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Bristol Rovers vs. Charlton Athletic

The Memorial Ground

15 February

7.45pm

On Sky

Charlton To Pirate The Points

Another Monday night Sky game for the Addicks as they bid to return to winning ways.

The game presents them with an ideal opportunity to grab three points. Paul Trollope has a host of injury worries ahead of the game and is hoping to bring a striker in from West Brom before kick-off.

Phil Parkinson will have a few decisions to make in terms of personnel as well as formation after the rather odd tactics he adopted at Swindon.

Charlton need to adopt a more positive attitude than of late and play to their strengths.

Vital Quotes:

Bristol Rovers Team News:

Paul Trollope will hope some of his injury ravaged squad are fit to return. Recent loan signin from Doncaster, Paul Hefferman, will partner the expected new loannee in attack.

Player to watch: Paul Hefferman

Charlton Athletic Team News:

Parkinson is likely to make changes from the disjointed looking side that played at Swindon.

Lloyd Sam is likely to come back in place of Wagstaff with Jose Semedo also returning to midfield.

Deon Buton is certain to return to the attack to partner Akpo Sodje.

Player to watch: Deon Burton

Match Facts & Stats

Ref Watch:

Treveo Kettle will be the man in charge.

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Writer: Red God Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 14 2010

Time: 10:11AM

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We are still looking disjointed...what exactly is our style of play...it's hard to describe....
weloveyoucharlton
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16/02/2010 09:36:00

Another lot of points lost, and I'm really disappointed. Bristol Rovers are a good side but we can't keep slipping up like this. With all the points we've dropped over the last 5 or 6 matches, with Norwich and Leeds also doing the same, we could be top now!
Rufus
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18/02/2010 13:15:00

I watched this on Sky...I am too upset to say anything...other than it is no good blamming poor tackling or refereeing...Charlton have again failed to control this match...turn it around boys!!!!!
weloveyoucharlton
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18/02/2010 19:25:00

 

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