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Discussion in 'Charlton' started by Royston Vasey, Mar 11, 2017.
I actually want Charlton to do well next season - Palace are almost as far ahead of us as we are ahead of Charlton and AFC Wimbledon.
We need one of you to come up for a local game - Brentford and QPR simply do not cut the mustard
Between a few old Sarf London mates...will you accept that Millwall are a small club ?
Plus those 6 points a season you take off us must come in useful....
Somebody once told me a story about the most one sided Derby in world football.... just can't remember the two teams involved.
@baraettmattesvensson is small but you wouldn't want to meet him in a dark alley
Patronised by a Spanner. Could things get any worse?
Yep, patronised by the other cocks.
We already are
@baraettmattesvensson enjoys a dark alley.
exactly,.... all the rest is just noise
Nationally - yes
but we will always be the oldest and the biggest in London's deep South
Ahh...emm??.... you started as a North London Club
You are basically no better than MK Dons
I wouldn;t call the Isle of Dogs (previously known as the Blackwell levels) North London
You would be the only one TC
It's north of the Thames ........ so it's NORTH LONDON
Anyone else think there's a real possibility that we'll go into next season with Roland still in situ? He hasn't sold any of his clubs since he said he wanted to get out of football, apart from St Truiden, where he still retains his interest. The appearance of Muir and his advisors proves nothing- we saw Donald Muir and Alex McLeish at the Valley, which sparked a flurry of rumours, before it became public that Roland wanted too much. It appears he still does.
I think the Takeover will go through soon.
Since you ask, yes I think there is a real possibility.
On balance a takeover seems more likely, but I would guess there is a 25% to 33% (1/4 to 1/3) chance that Duchatelet will still be Charlton's owner at the beginning of next season. This is based purely on the futility of predicting his behaviour, not any inside knowledge.