Can Charlton Athletic Avoid Relegation This Year?

Charlton Athletic had a really strong start this season, and nothing indicated that the London club could find themselves in such a delicate position. Yet, due to the series of unexpected outbreaks and multiple injuries among leading players, they managed to win only one in a total of 16 played matches so far. After being defeated by Preston North End with a score of 2–1, the Addicks were only five points away from the drop-out zone. Now, Lee Bowyer’s team must fight to dodge the relegation from the Championship. With less than two weeks until the upcoming game with Barnsley, many bookmakers are pointing out the relegation odds as a popular choice among punters. So, while you are looking for some

Bookmakers in Doubt: Leeds United or Fulham?

If you are one of those people who regularly watch football, you probably have your own opinion about ‘who’s the best of them all’ when it comes to Championship 2019/20. Although it is quite difficult to be completely accurate when it comes to predictions, bookmakers try to do it in the best possible way by taking into account all the facts, news and information they can find.  In case some of you prefer to try their luck in some other way, make sure not to miss this LeoVegas Bonus Code 2019 Offer, but hey, no predictions for that, right? Top Contenders In the last couple of months, everyone is talking about Leeds United winning the Championship this year after they ceased to do

Betting Exchange: What is it and How does it Work?

There are different types of betting and people who are beginners in betting tend to mix them up. Even though offers for betting can be found all around us, such as websites that offer bonuses for betting with Matchbook, ads on news sites, commercials during sports events and others, people are still not informed enough about all the variations that exist when it comes to sports betting. People usually have problems with defining the differences between regular bookmakers and exchange betting. They appear to be the same because they offer similar betting opportunities, however, there are some very important differences between the two. For that reason, in the following paragraphs, we will try to define the betting exchange and explain

Lee Bowyer Proud of Addicks Winning against Wanderers

Charlton Athletic, or the Addicks, faced against the Wycombe Wanderers, or the Blues. On September 8, Addicks came out on top, defeating the Wanderers. While there was an excessive amount of difficulties and obstacles to overcome, the Addicks came together and eventually trampled their opponent. It wasn’t an aesthetically pleasing victory, as the score was close with 3-2, and there were numerous injuries. The former player, and now the manager of the team, Lee Bowyer said that he was proud of the victory, claiming it was a well-deserved one. “The most important thing is that it’s good to win ugly at times,” said Bowyer. The second half of the match could have been particularly difficult for Charlton Athletic, due to them losing two

Leicester City Has a New Partner

Earlier in August, Leicester City Football Club has announced establishing a partnership with FansUnite Entertainment Inc. The news comes as no surprise, since the football club has had its eyes on FansUnite for a while. A FansUnite review has informed us what it is that FansUnite brings to the table - blockchain tech. How will it be used? Blockchain technology is still fairly new. So far, the only application of it that was widely known was mining for cryptocurrencies, such as BitCoin, LiteCoin, DogeCoin, etc. For FansUnite users, this means that this tech will be used to keep track of all of their transactions while betting, preventing financial manipulation long after the results have come in. It will not be used only for

Johnnie Jackson Comments on Charlton’s Youngsters

If you are from the UK, chances are you love football and probably bingo. If the latter is true, grab the winner bingo coupon code and enjoy some bingo. However, it’s likely you are more interested in football, and Charlton Athletic’s Johnnie Jackson has some news about the team for you. Recently the Addicks made some severe changes in their top eleven as they introduced nine new players that came out of the club’s youth academy. Despite not starting great, these youngsters have still a lot to learn and will soon become one of the top players for Charlton. Johnnie Jackson, the team’s manager, along with Jason Euell and Lee Bowyer stated that the team must learn their lessons from every defeat. He

Charlton Athletic Scores Three Wins in a Row

Scoring three wins in a row is not an easy task, whether you are competing in football or trying to bet on who will win in League 1, although the latter might be easier with Stan James Promo Code 2018 for first time users. Prior to the game, boss Karl Robinson commented: "It would be massive, massive. Three wins in a row at any level of football, is hard, unless you're Man City. For anybody else three wins on the spin is a very difficult position to find yourself and we've put ourselves in a great position.” Yet, Charlton Athletic managed to do just that last Saturday, after a spectacular victory over Walsall. The Addicks previously defeated Oldham Athletic (1-0) and Bury

Charlton Athletic Lose the Clash Against Blackburn Rovers

With hundreds of matches played every week around the globe, the unibet bonus code 2018 will come in handy to many gamblers out there. But if you placed your bid on Charlton Athletic F. C. on Saturday, December 16th, odds were not in your favor as the team lost at the hands of Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park. Although the Addicks were arguably the much better side, the London-based team suffered a 2-0 defeat and the final score certainly did not accurately show the balance of play. Charlton Athletic got the first blow of the afternoon during the first half, after Clarke was forced off with an injury and Leon Best replaced him from the bench, making a nightmare return, as he

Club Awards to Konsa, Holmes and Magennis

The end of season is also a time to honour the efforts players put in during the past months. Last Sunday, Charlton awarded three of their players for their hard work and dedication. Young and talented Ezri Konsa claimed the Valley Gold Young Player of the Year award. Konsa, who plays as a centre back for the first-team squad, said: “It’s been a great season for me, personally. To have broken through early doors and kept on playing - I think I’ve played around 38 more games – it’s a great achievement and I’ve learned a lot.” This 19-year-old joined Charlton Athletic at the age of 12. He made his debut in 2016 against Cheltenham Town in the League Cup. On 16 March

Charlton Athletic 3-0 Swindon Town

In the last game of the season, Charlton Athletic recorded a smooth victory at home to Swindon Town, scoring three goals. Charlton took the lead already on 15 minutes when Chelsea loanee Jay Dasilva's cross was headed home by striker Josh Magennis. Although Swindon had 55% of ball possession, The Addicks were dominating most of the game and scored their second goal on 43 minutes when Jake Forster-Caskey used an opportunity provided by a Byrne cross. Johnnie Jackson was then prevented from scoring by Will Henry when the keeper saved his team’s net from the Addicks' captain. Charlton's third goal came on 66 minutes when Ricky Holmes slid a shot past Henry from a Byrne pass to seal the victory. Charlton finished this season no.