blackburn rovers at home. what was the score? won 1-0
Last Sunday our building had a 'loft walk' where other people in our 107-year old building show off their homes, afterwards we attended a party at one of the most impressive lofts and I dropped a whole glass of red wine on the floor.
How to make an impression with your neighbours!
Yesterday afternoon around 4pm I was at it again, this time running around my apartment sreaming and shouting at the top of my voice after El Khak scored that
free kick in the 92nd minute to give Addicks everywhere hope.
It was a well deserved victory and I was thinking as Henchoz blatently blocked Marcus Bent that they had done everything we could have asked from start to finish. It was a confident and positive performance underpinned by wonderful midfield displays from Hughes, Kish and Reid.
Reid's perserverance to drive the team forward by playing football along the ground was an inspiration and with Darren Bent assisted by the exuberance of Lloyd Sam, our forward play was much better. In saying that though I still think Bent (D) looks slighty of the pace (for him).
The back five or six if you include the hamstrung Troare were excellent throwing themselves around as if their lives depended on it - blimey, they are finally getting this playing for Charlton thing.
And that was the difference, it was a true Charlton performance, and responded to by wonderful backing from the fans. I'm told that it was like we had won the world cup coming out of The Valley last night. Off the bottom and onto the next game with the pride back.You what Les? "I feel very good. Having won the game in such spectacular fashion right at the end we're delirious - everyone was on the feet on the bench. I feel very good."Opinions from those that were there: Telegraph
; The Times
; All Quiet
; Addicks Diary
; Frankie Valley
; Sky Sports