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Norpig

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John McGinlay
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DEANO82 wrote:What happened on the chat? I logged on and scrolled upwards. Did Spearing have a goal disallowed before they scored the equaliser?
 the tower commentator confused us all into thinking we had scored but it went the other way, it was very confusing

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
DEANO82 wrote:What happened on the chat? I logged on and scrolled upwards. Did Spearing have a goal disallowed before they scored the equaliser?
The commentators ballsed up.

God knows how as it was Charlton that scored in the opposite end! :facepalm:

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Norpig wrote:
DEANO82 wrote:What happened on the chat? I logged on and scrolled upwards. Did Spearing have a goal disallowed before they scored the equaliser?
 the tower commentator confused us all into thinking we had scored but it went the other way, it was very confusing
I may tweet them and give them a rollocking due to the upset that they have caused their extended listeners! Very Happy

DEANO82


Tony Kelly
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Davies out for the season. Cruciate ligament. Clayton,Clough and Davies all injured who would have predicted that.

whatsgoingon

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Frank Worthington
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The Davies ones really fucked me off because there was still a chance he could have gone out on loan before the deadline, now as usual were paying him a fucking fortune to lie on the treatment table - twat
Just a thought if he's out of contract at the end of the season and he's out for the season anyway, while we're in the window it would cost us the same to buy him out of his contract and deregister him and leave a space, and just carry on treating him.



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DEANO82


Tony Kelly
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Bread2.0 wrote:Looks like we're in danger of developing a settled starting XI.

What price Mavies picking up his customary "3 to 5 monther" today?
I blame Bread.

whatsgoingon

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Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
DEANO82 wrote:
Bread2.0 wrote:Looks like we're in danger of developing a settled starting XI.

What price Mavies picking up his customary "3 to 5 monther" today?
I blame Bread.
It hardly takes mystic meg to predict that one

King Bill

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David Lee
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A point away is a good result overall and keeps the unbeaten run going. 

I agree with WGO, buy him out and get him off the books.

karlypants

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse

Report: Charlton Athletic 1-1 Bolton Wanderers


OVERVIEW

Wanderers continued their unbeaten start to the campaign but were unfortunately forced to settle for a share of the spoils against Charlton Athletic at The Valley on Saturday afternoon.

Following a goalless first half, Gary Madine opened the scoring for Bolton, slotting home from six yards after a superb run from Liam Trotter down the wing.

But just as it seemed as though the three points were Bolton’s though, the Addicks snatched a point at the death through Ademola Lookman.

TEAM NEWS

Jamie Proctor returned to the starting XI for Wanderers, while academy scholar Jake Turner was amongst Bolton’s substitutes.

FIRST HALF

Wanderers were the team seeing plenty of the ball inside the opening stages, although clear cut goalmouth opportunities were few and far between early on.

Charlton meanwhile, although relatively quiet inside the first ten minutes of the clash, were looking dangerous with the seemingly ever-present Nicky Ajose ensuring that the Bolton backline were on their guard.

In the 11th minute however, the first real chance of the game arrived through Ajose who collected a clever through ball from Ricky Holmes, only for Mark Howard in the Bolton goal to deny him with a smart reflex save from point blank range.

Up the other end of the field meanwhile, good link-up play between Proctor and Josh Vela opened up an opportunity for the visitors which the latter eventually spurned just wide of the mark.

A Jay Spearing free-kick then caused problems in the Charlton box soon after, but that incident was to prove the Trotters’ last meaningful action for a period as the hosts proceeded to control the game for much of the remainder of the first period.

Phil Parkinson’s men were pushed onto the backfoot as the opening 45 drew to its conclusion, with Dean Moxey in particular putting his body on the line with a number of blocks to prevent efforts from the Addicks making their way into the danger zone.

Jason Pearce however appeared to have snatched the lead for the hosts with just six minutes of the half remaining, rising highest in the six yard box to meet a corner kick.

To his dismay and the disbelief of those inside The Valley however, his header somehow drifted inches wide of the upright with Howard rooted.

There was still time for Wanderers to enjoy their best chance of the game so far though, with David Wheater’s header from a Spearing corner being cleared off the line and onto the crossbar on the stroke of the 45.

Despite each side’s best efforts meanwhile, the first half ended all square.

SECOND HALF

The second period started with Wanderers in the ascendancy, with another Spearing free-kick whipped into the mix inside the opening minutes of the half.

They were however rocked by an injury to Mark Davies shortly after, with the midfielder being stretched from the field of play with his leg in a support brace.

It seemed only a matter of time before the deadlock was broken though and it was so by the Whites in the 53rd minute as Trotter cleverly slipped clear of the Charlton defence down the left flank, cut inside and teed up the advancing Madine who had the simple task of slotting home from six yards.

The Whites were visibly buoyed by their opener, while the hosts were left reeling.

Wanderers then pushed to extend their lead, with a number of chances going begging, but heading into the final quarter of the encounter, it was becoming more so Charlton’s game as they threw a number of attacking substitutes into the mix.

Parkinson’s men were under pressure as the clock ran down, but they were seemingly dealing well and soaked up waves of attacks from the Addicks.

The visitors meanwhile were left calling for a penalty kick on 71 minutes as Lewis Buxton appeared to have been pulled down in the area, but the referee was unmoved.

Josh Magennis then proceeded to see his looping header just two minutes from time saved by Howard, with the goalkeeper backpeddling.

The pressure continued from the home side though and they were eventually rewarded on the stroke of full time as substitute Lookman drilled home into the bottom corner from the edge of the box.

And although seven minutes of additional time were indicated due to Davies’ injury, the spoils were shared at the final whistle.

FULL TIME

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Biggie

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Disappointed with Mark Davies situation. He was running our games and would have been a really awesome season with him in the middle at this level. As it is now we could really struggle for that spark especially with a lack of width in the team. It could be a huge blow to our season. I bet the guy is gutted too.

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"Bolton are closing down so quickly, making it really difficult for Charlton, great defending again. Oh, here's a chance for Charltooooon! 1-1!"

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