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The Valley, Charlton

27/09/08 - 3pm

Attendance: 20,278


Charlton AthleticWednesday
Varney 20Small 39, Tudgay 42
Weaver     Grant    
Cranie     78 McMahon    
Hudson     Gilbert    
Primus     68 Spurr    
Youga     Wood    
Sam     Small     63
Holland     McAllister    
Bailey     Watson     69
Bouazza     O'Connor    
Varney     Johnson     55
Gray     68 Tudgay    
Todorov     68 Jeffers    
Elliot     Clarke    
Semedo     Smith     69
Basey     78 Esajas     63
Ambrose     68 Burton     55
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Date:Saturday September 27 2008
Time: 6:07PM


im going to swallow my pride and say congratulations on your cracking start to the season and the result at the valley today. alot had you for an easy relegation but you are pulling results out of the bag left right and centre. credit has to g to laws who is well up against it financially. the injury sitiuation is also difficult but laws is geberating a togetherness at the sty and in all fairness you could be in for a very surprising season. credit where credit is due. i take my hat of and say well done. jesus that was hard but i carnt fault you this season apart from the reading game. us on the other had expect promotion but looking like a playoff place at best inless we can get some quality midfield players in. apparantly brian howard is coming in on monday morning so thats a start. now how many of you lot could do and say what ive just said about the city divide rivals?? xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
27/09/2008 18:47:00
couldnt say that without a dig at the end to make yourself sound better, youre right though i couldnt say that about united mainly because it would be lies, youve underperformed so far playing ugly defensive football, and lastly not a lot had us for easy relegation we were mid table in every bookmakers odds just pre season wishful thinking from blades ''we're gonna win league and owls are going down''
27/09/2008 18:57:00
I'll be honest, I haven't got a scooby what's going to happen next. According to the radio we robbed Charlton but you've got to take the good with the bad. Can't wait for tuesday, c'mon Wednesday!
27/09/2008 20:17:00
Give BFL so credit for coming on and saying what he has. He is right it is a lot better than this time last season. All BL has to do now is get some consistency going in the team, but a major worry I have is with our defence. At times today it was very shakey and had there been any problems BL wouldnt have been able to do anything about it because we didnt have any defenders on the bench.
Skeggy Owl
27/09/2008 21:06:00
well said BFL apart from the kisses. xxxxxxxxxxx haha
27/09/2008 22:17:00
thanks skegg and ben its appreciated lads!!! like i say as blades we can look at you lot to see you dont need millons to be effective in this league. it might not last all season with you lot but laws sure knows how to grind out results. NW did just the same at the lane. seriouslly good win today and as it stands at the moment laws will have no problems raising the players for the visit of the blades. my only concern is can blackwell generate what laws seems to do brilliantly?? we will have to wait and see. we have quality in abundance but we just carnt seem to generate it consistantly. laws is the best manager you lot have had since francis and to be fair i would rate him higher than francis had absolute millions at his disposal. i hope you lot realise how god he is and he would be fantastic if he had millions to spend!!
28/09/2008 00:29:00
it is good to comment and get good responses back cheers lads
28/09/2008 00:30:00
nice comments there BFL, the world's a better place when you've taken your medicine. lol
28/09/2008 09:36:00
sarcasm at it best there norman mate - the 3 points medicine always helps - lol
28/09/2008 10:34:00
i was at charlton yesterday and i have to say that wednesday were rubbish apart from the 2 individual bits of brilliance from tudgay and small + the performance of watson..the defending was shocking and lady luck was on our side today big time..apart from the 2 goals we offered nothing going forward at all!..we need beevers back in the heart of our defence and tommy spurr back at full back..gilbert is shocking and simply not good enough..i also dont understand why bl didnt use jeffers at all yeterday..if hes fit which he is now then he should be playing..watson was again superb and was my man of the match up until he went off injured hope he is fit for tuesday..still a great 3 points at the end of the day lets hope we can keep progressing on tuesday.
28/09/2008 11:20:00
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