Charlton v Reading

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Even with our crap away record (No away win since September) I'm fairly confident of getting 3 points from this.
 

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I've woken up strangely optimistic :lol:

We're going to shithouse a 2-1 win.
 

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Yann Kermorgant!
An odd afternoon for him I'm sure.
 

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That was unlucky
 

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Typical for Charlton - score a few but still lose.

You know its not your season when that happens.
 

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You know what.

Fuck football.
 

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Played some decent stuff in the first half. Ola John was far too good for the Charlton rightback. Beat him time and time again. Should have taken one of the chances we had at the start of the second half to have finished it off. Then we spent most of the second half on the back foot and defensivly all over the place. Wasn't surprised Charlton got it back to 3-3. Sanogo was a nightmare for our defence all afternoon. Thank fuck Deniss the menace popped up with the winner.

McDermott has certainly improved the team spirit and the results since he has taken charge have been better.
 

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Absolute scenes in that away end for the winner, with some Reading fans going as far as standing up and tapping the advertising boards.
I would be critical of Huddersfield fans celebrating a winning goal, but I don't think they win games.
 

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I would be critical of Huddersfield fans celebrating a winning goal, but I don't think they win games.

Against us they do, well most teams do.
 

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Defending from both teams was so poor - letting Yaya Sanogo score a hatrick is criminal as was letting Rakels saunter free at the back post for the winner. Ola John looked very good going forward yesterday, but the dilemma is his defensive contributions are non-existent leaving Obita very exposed. Would be surprised if he started in the Palace FA Cup Quarter for that reason.
 

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Absolute scenes in that away end for the winner, with some Reading fans going as far as standing up and tapping the advertising boards.

There was some fairly vigorous clapping as well.
 

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