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Charlton Athletic 2 - Yeovil Town 0

The Valley

20 February 3.00 pm

Attendance: 15,991

Out For The Count

I spoke to Grant Basey ahead of the match and was surprised to hear that nobody from Bristol Rovers had taken the time to pick up the phone and speak to him. Basey seemed in good spirits, let's hope he has a speedy recovery.

Charlton won for the first in six outings in a game that was open and entertaining. Yeovil had chances and the hosts had Rob Elliot to thank for their first clean sheet since early December.

The Addicks took the lead just before the half-hour mark with a stunning goal from Kyel Reid. Bailey's tenacity won the ball and the skipper set Reid free in his own half. As the retreating Glovers defence opened up, Reid let fly from 25 yards. The swerve seemed to deceive McCarthy as the ball thundered into his top right-hand corner.

Good composure on the right by Racon presented Mooney with the chance to wrap the game up early in the second-half.

Parkinson's more balanced looking line-up worked well and the Valley faithful will be hoping for more of the same against Brighton on Tuesday.

Star Player

Rob Elliot, kept his team in it early on.




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Writer: Red God Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 21 2010

Time: 9:31AM

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Let's hope Rovers do the decent thing and send him a card with some flowers and nice chocolates...by the way Ithought the boys plated some nice footy on Saturday....put Yeovil under pressure...and two classy goals
weloveyoucharlton
 

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