Dickson nets hat-trick
Josh Wright has been getting all the plaudits from the Charlton bulletin and official site
recently, and after a drought of young players in recent years, it is heartening to know of potential first team players not only being talked up but also doing the business. In the past many have disappeared on loan to the nether regions never to be seen again (and I bloody well hope that applies to Faye and Bent), but hopefully Wright will do a Scott Parker and come back knocking on the manager's door for a first team place. He does play in the middle of midfield as Parker did.
Grant Basey is back in the Brentford side after injury and another player who went quietly out on loan last weekend was Dean Sinclair, and after an apparent good debut on Saturday he then scored tonight
for them in an impressive 3-1 victory away at Swindon in something called the Johnstone's Paint Trophy
Naturally the player most Addicks are looking out for is Chris Dickson. Dickson has spent most of the season so far out on loan, first of all at Crewe and now Gillingham. He has been frustrated and not got many games and feedback from Gresty Road suggested that he still had a lot to learn. Well that may be true but from what we have seen in his reserve appearances, one thing he doesn't have to learn about is where the net is, and in his first start tonight for the Jills, he hammered home a hat-trick, all according to this report
goal-poacher goals. When was the last time a Charlton player scored a first-team hat-trick? Kevin Lisbie?