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    Charlton 0 Middlesbrough 1

    Well it wasn't the committed backs to the wall performance we all wanted after the Huddersfield trouncing. The Add1cks now find themselves in the relegation zone and in real trouble after this defeat by one goal to Middlesbrough.

    Middlesbrough Goal: McNair 17

    All three clubs promoted to the Championship from last season now find themselves in the relegation zone with Charlton ahead of Luton Town and Barnsley in the pecking order. Who wanted this takeover? I didn't at least we were holding our own under Mr Duchatelet but the mob wanted him out and relegation is now the outlook.

    https://www.cafc.co.uk/news/view/5e6...iddlesbrough-1

    Sky Sports video of the loss to Middlesbrough

    https://www.skysports.com/watch/vide...-middlesbrough

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    Quote Originally Posted by valley View Post
    Well it wasn't the committed backs to the wall performance we all wanted after the Huddersfield trouncing. The Add1cks now find themselves in the relegation zone and in real trouble after this defeat by one goal to Middlesbrough.

    Middlesbrough Goal: McNair 17

    All three clubs promoted to the Championship from last season now find themselves in the relegation zone with Charlton ahead of Luton Town and Barnsley in the pecking order. Who wanted this takeover? I didn't at least we were holding our own under Mr Duchatelet but the mob wanted him out and relegation is now the outlook.

    https://www.cafc.co.uk/news/view/5e6...iddlesbrough-1

    Sky Sports video of the loss to Middlesbrough

    https://www.skysports.com/watch/vide...-middlesbrough
    Amazing Valley, because you were right up there at the top of the league at start of season, never mind you still are able to look forward to playing the Lions at your gaff, always has a edge playing your neighbours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by claw84 View Post
    Amazing Valley, because you were right up there at the top of the league at start of season, never mind you still are able to look forward to playing the Lions at your gaff, always has a edge playing your neighbours.
    Look forward, you know that will be an easy three points for you claw84 it's such a one sided derby. At least football is shut down until April so we're spared for a few weeks, thanks to the virus not that I would wish it on anyone.

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    It is not a given Valley, you will be playing at home with the crowd behind you and your striker Lockyer looks the business. However we have sold out our allocation for the game don't know the figure. Off the pitch I expect you will be more concerned about the infighting in the boardroom. Let's hope the game goes ahead on the 4th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by claw84 View Post
    It is not a given Valley, you will be playing at home with the crowd behind you and your striker Lockyer looks the business. However we have sold out our allocation for the game don't know the figure. Off the pitch I expect you will be more concerned about the infighting in the boardroom. Let's hope the game goes ahead on the 4th.
    Hopefully that will be resolved soon Claw84 but I think it's a given Millwall will win. But we may not be seeing any football for some weeks sadly, stay healthy and best wishes

    Valley.

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