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Post by sanchoz » Mon Nov 25, 2019 8:00 am

Championship: Charlton Athletic 2 - 2 Cardiff City - report


Injury-ravaged Charlton were dealt another major blow as they surrendered a two-goal lead at home to Neil Harris’ Cardiff City.
Josh Cullen added to Charlton’s injury woes when he was forced off on through injury before being replaced with Albie Morgan.
Charlton, who are already missing several key players, were dealt another injury blow when Cullen was taken off on a stretcher. The recalled Morgan was brought on in his place.
Charlton team: Phillips; Purrington, Lockyer, Pearce (c), Matthews; Oshilaja, Cullen (Morgan 55), Gallagher, Oztumer; Bonne, Leko (Doughty 78)

Subs not used: Maynard-Brewer (GK), Solly, Sarr, Davison
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Championship: Charlton Athletic 2 - 2 Cardiff City - ratings
Josh Cullen – 6 – A rough game for him. Hit in the face a couple of times for his troubles, caught out occasionally in his defending and then goes off with a worrying ankle injury. One hopes it's not too serious.
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Post by sanchoz » Mon Nov 25, 2019 8:02 am

Bowyer on Cullen and injury fears ahead of Luton clash

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Lee Bowyer fears he may not be able to field 11 senior players when Charlton travel to face Luton Town next Tuesday.

Josh Cullen became the latest addition to a growing injury list when he was taken off on a stretcher in the 2-2 draw with Cardiff City.
He said: “[Cullen] did something to his ankle, that’s all I know now. He’s in a boot. I’ll have more of an idea within the next 24, 48 hours [to assess] the seriousness of it. Just got to wait and see now.
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Charlton Athletic 2-2 Cardiff City: Addicks pegged back after holding two-goal advantage
Charlton threw a two-goal half-time lead away as former Millwall boss Neil Harris began his Cardiff tenure with a point at The Valley.
To make matters worse, the injury-hit Addicks lost Josh Cullen to a nasty looking knock on his ankle – with just days before Lee Bowyer has to take his depleted squad to Luton Town on Tuesday.
Cullen halted a Cardiff attack before Bonne took over and fed Oztumer. The former Bolton man threaded the ball through and Leko finished calmly beyond ex-Addick Neil Etheridge in the Cardiff goal.
Lee Bowyer was already missing ten senior bodies from his squad before today, with Josh Cullen making it eleven after being stretchered off midway through the period.
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Post by sanchoz » Mon Nov 25, 2019 8:04 am

The Sarpsborg victory was lost to Haugesund
Sarpsborg ripped away a 1-0 lead and missed two key points in the relegation battle when they met Haugesund in the Elite Series on Sunday.
15 minutes before the end, Martin Samuelsen showed up, equalized for Haugesund and made sure that what would have been an extremely important three points missed for Sarpsborg.
After several chances it finally set for the guests after 75 minutes played. Christian Grindheim tried first, but Letellier saved well. On the return, Martin Samuelsen appeared and equalized to 1-1 with a shot down the left corner.
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Post by sanchoz » Mon Nov 25, 2019 1:30 pm

Charlton Athletic key man ruled out of Luton game

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Josh Cullen is out of Charlton’s Championship match at Luton Town tomorrow – with the on-loan West Ham midfielder due to have a scan on his ankle today.

The Republic of Ireland international was stretchered off in Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Cardiff City.

“He’s not fit for tomorrow,” Addicks boss Lee Bowyer told the South London Press. “But he’s got to go and have a scan, which I think is today.”
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Post by sanchoz » Tue Nov 26, 2019 12:29 pm

Scott Wagstaff fires winner against old club Gillingham – as Steve Evans helps ramp up the needle at AFC Wimbledon
The visit of Gillingham is always a feisty affair – often caused by so many players having played for both clubs.

Luke O’Neill and Callum Reilly joined Wimbledon during the summer from the Kent club and both featured in a positive way against former colleagues.

In addition there was the added spice of Steve Evans being the Gills manager. It brought an extra frisson to the occasion.
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Post by sanchoz » Wed Nov 27, 2019 8:21 am

Charlton's Cullen out until Christmas with ligament injury

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Josh Cullen will not be available for Charlton until the New Year Lee Bowyer has confirmed.

The midfielder left the field on a stretcher in the 2-2 draw with Cardiff City on Saturday with an ankle injury.

Bowyer, speaking after his side's 2-1 defeat at Luton on Tuesday confirmed that he will be without the on-loan West Ham man until after Christmas.

"Josh is going to be out a while, a fair while," he said.

"Longer than Lyle, not the season, but he won’t be back before Christmas.

"He’s done his ligament, a few of them.

"It’s not good."
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Post by sanchoz » Thu Nov 28, 2019 8:06 am

West Brom 4 Bristol City 1 - Report and pictures
The Championship’s reputation as a division full of pitfalls is well earned but for now Albion seemingly cannot put a foot wrong.
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The Baggies fourth win on the spin and their biggest of the season to date saw them equal their best run of form since 2012, clamber back to the top of the table and open up a seven-point gap over third-placed Fulham.
Gibbs returning at left-back for his first start since suffering injury in the 1-1 draw at Derby.

The latter decision quickly looked an inspired one when the former Arsenal man opened the scoring on 10 minutes with a goal which combined both tenacity and outrageous skill.

Diangana was the architect, first jumping in to win the ball 25 yards out and then chasing Robson-Kanu’s return pass into the box.

The forward had the option to shoot but with the angle tight and narrowing further with Daniel Bentley racing out of goal, he opted to backheel the ball into the path of Gibbs who swept into the net via the aid of a slight deflection off Nathan Baker. It was his fifth goal for Albion and the first since April.

Diangana went close to getting his own name on the scoresheet soon after but could not keep his shot, from a low Phillips cross, the right side of the post.
Albion, on the other hand, looked dangerous every time they had the ball in the final third, with Pereira eventually extending the lead in spectacular fashion six minutes before the break.

Livermore won the ball from Palmer and then found Diangana, who was rather clumsily bundled over by visiting skipper Bailey Wright just inches outside the box.
By half-time the only consolation for the visitors was that they did not trail by more, Diangana having shot straight at Bentley following another swift Albion counter.
But after weathering a brief storm it was Albion who then began to threaten again and Diangana was only denied by a brilliant goal-saving challenge from Baker, after latching on to a Phillips pass.
Albion (4-2-3-1): Johnstone, Ferguson, Bartley, Ajayi, Gibbs (Furlong 70), Livermore, Sawyers, Diangana (Edwards 76), Pereira (Austin 83), Phillips, Robson-Kanu Subs not used: Hegazi, Barry, Krovinovic, Bond (gk).
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Post by LeonRivers » Sun Dec 01, 2019 10:10 am

Latest Fixtures:

Jordan Hugill

Jordan played as QPR drew 1-1 at Derby.

MATCH REPORT:
"QPR remained more convincing going forward as Manning and Jordan Hugill worked Ben Hamer. "
"Both sides had chances to snatch maximum points after the break, Jack Marriott firing over as Bogle and Waghorn also failed to convert for Derby while Hugill twice threatened for QPR."

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30' QPR go close again! Hamer gets a fingertip to Jordan Hugill's low shot, although the referee incredibly awards a goalkick.
55' QPR's turn to threaten. An Ebere Eze corner is glanced over by Jordan Hugill.
70' Jordan Hugill and QPR looking to edge in front. Keep pushing, boys!
83' QPR threaten. Jordan Hugill does well to dig out a cross which Hamer can only parry, but Derby clear.

Next Match: Sat 7th December vs Preston (h)

Josh Cullen

not in squad (injured)

expected return: January 2020

Grady Diangana

Grady played 77 minutes as West Brom won 4-1 at home to Bristol City. He set up the first goal and won the free kick that was converted for the second

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"The influential Grady Diangana got away with a foul in the build-up but there was no doubt about the quality of the final ball when he instinctively backheeled from close to the byline to bamboozle the Robins defence for the on-rushing Gibbs, who was left free to drill home from eight yards."
"Diangana was then involved in Albion's second goal too, being fouled by Bailey Wright on edge of box - and Pereira exacted full punishment. With almost breathtaking deftness, the on-loan Brazilian floated a beautiful left-foot curling free-kick over the wall and into the top right corner, to leave flat-footed City keeper Daniel Bentley helpless."

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10’ First real chance, first goal! A fantastic backheel from Diangana sets up Kieran Gibbs to tap home. Get in there!
30' Diangana went close to doubling our lead but his side-footed effort ended up just wide. The away side are yet to trouble Sam Johnstone.
39' What a free-kick! Diangana is fouled on the edge of the box, and who else but Pereira steps up and dinks it over the wall. Pure class
70' 70’ Big chance to get a third as Diangana’s goal-bound shot was blocked by Baker.

Next Match: Mon 2nd December vs Preston (a)

Dapo Afolayan

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Next Match: Tues 3rd December vs Port Vale(a) - EFL Trophy Second Round

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Post by LeonRivers » Sun Dec 01, 2019 8:48 pm

Martin Samuelsen

Martin played 81 minutes as Haugesund finished off their season with a 4-1 win over Odds Ballklub. That final win liftst Haugesund 2 places to 7th in the final standings [and costs Odds Ballklub 3rd place] of the Eliteserien. Just the small matter of an FA Cup Final to go for Martin.

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Post by Crouchend_Hammer » Mon Dec 02, 2019 7:46 pm

Grady Diangana live on Sky Sports now

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Post by LeonRivers » Mon Dec 02, 2019 10:24 pm

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Grady Diangana

Grady played 75 minutes as West Brom scored a last-minute penalty to win 1-0 at Preston.

Next Match: Sun 8th December vs Swansea (h)

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Post by sanchoz » Tue Dec 03, 2019 7:42 am

Preston 0 West Brom 1 - Report and pictures
A 90th minute penalty from substitute Charlie Austin saw Albion beat Preston North End and return to the top of the Championship.
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Unsurprisingly, Bilic opted to keep faith with the team that was so impressive against Bristol City when naming his starting line-up.

It meant Albion continued in a 4-2-3-1 formation with Hal Robson-Kanu the lone striker, Matheus Pereira in the number 10 role and Grady Diangana and Matt Phillips out wide.
In what proved to be an intriguing opening 20 minutes, it was Albion who dominated the ball with Pereira and Diangana, in particular, linking up well.
With 15 minutes to go, Bilic introduced Charlie Austin with Diangana the man to make way.
Albion (4-2-3-1): Johnstone, Ferguson, Bartley, Ajayi, Gibbs, Livermore, Sawyers, Phillips (Edwards 61), Pereira, Diangana (Austin 75), Robson-Kanu (Krovinovic 83).

Subs not used: Bond, Hegazi, Furlong, Barry.
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Post by sanchoz » Tue Dec 03, 2019 7:47 am

Championship: Derby 1 QPR 1


QPR ended Derby's winning run at Pride Park as Wayne Rooney watched from the home dugout on Saturday.
Derby looked far from secure and Ryan Manning forced Hamer to push out a skimming 25-yard drive before Jordan Hugill shot just wide in the 29th minute.
QPR responded when Hugill drove in a cross which Hamer could only parry and Josh Scowen had a shot deflected behind off Curtis Davies in the 87th minute.
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Post by sanchoz » Fri Dec 06, 2019 9:14 am

Bowyer gives injury update on Charlton's Williams, Cullen, JFC, Kayal, Hemed and Pearce

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Josh Cullen

The on-loan West Ham man was stretchered off in the 2-2 draw with Cardiff in early November with a knee ligament damage.

“Josh will be out weeks and weeks, he won’t be back before Christmas,” Bowyer said.
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Post by sanchoz » Fri Dec 06, 2019 9:16 am

Matt Southall tried to buy Charlton Athletic before – ESI keen on deal for West Ham United midfielder
Matt Southall’s interest in a Charlton takeover is nothing new – he started looking at the South London club in 2010.

East Street Investments have agreed a deal to buy the Championship side off Roland Duchatelet.

The EFL interview the current owner first as part of their approval process. Then they will talk to Abu Dhabi-based businessman Tahnoon Nimer, Southall and Jonathan Heller, who would make up the new board.

Southall, pictured above, will be the new chairman.

He was part of a different consortium looking to buy Charlton off Richard Murray nine years ago – only for the SE7 outfit to fall into the hands of Tony Jimenez and Kevin Cash.

ESI are keen on making Josh Cullen’s deal into a permanent one. West Ham have a clause to extend the Republic of Ireland international’s stay until 2021.
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Post by norse » Sun Dec 08, 2019 12:36 pm

Martin Samuelsen is playing in the norwegian equivalent of the FA Cup final right now - starting as a centre forward. He is top scorer of the competition this year. I can see him staying with his home town club beyond the loan.

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Post by mjustincredible » Sun Dec 08, 2019 1:27 pm

Diangana continues to shine for West Brom, surely we have to recall him in January when our pace on the wings is so bad. Bilic doing very well, nice to see.

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Post by HammerAl » Sun Dec 08, 2019 1:28 pm

Outrageous piece of skill from Diangana just now - will be on Soccer AM next weekend!

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Post by Pob! » Sun Dec 08, 2019 1:29 pm

mjustincredible wrote:
Sun Dec 08, 2019 1:27 pm
Diangana continues to shine for West Brom, surely we have to recall him in January when our pace on the wings is so bad. Bilic doing very well, nice to see.
He is different gravy, TBF Slav has got them playing some cracking football..

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Post by sanchoz » Mon Dec 09, 2019 7:25 am

FKH lost the cup final

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FOOTBALL: It is not nice to write this, but FKH lost the cup final against Viking.

Unfortunately, it never became the party that all the traveling mound landings in the stands at Ullevaal had deserved.

FKH made an honest attempt, but a penalty to Viking destroyed the first cup gold of the time to a team from Haugesund.
But it was only seven minutes after the break before the first score came. Viking got a penalty and Captain Zlatko Tripic was safe from the chalk mark.

FKH needed goals now, and the trials did not stand. At first, Velde tried a semi-dangerous shot. Then Martin Samuelsen hit the top corner but the header went straight outside.

Samuelsen also tried on a shot that Austbø had to give to the corner, and Captain Christian Grindheim headed straight over.
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FKH - Viking 0-1 (0–0)

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Ullevaal stadium

Goals: 0-1 Zlatko Tripic (51, penalties)

Goal chances: 4–6

Yellow card: Benjamin Tiedemann, Douglas Bergqvist, Martin Samuelsen, FKH, Adrian Pereira, Kristian Hove, Zlatko Tripic, Kristoffer Løkberg, Viljar Vevatne, Viking

Judge: Espen Eskås, Bäckelaget
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