It's a quiet time for Charlton at the moment as the New York Addick has pointed out. I'm now off to Germany for a three day European Commission meeting on the registration of biological control agents which promises to be a bundle of laughs. At least the last one in Finland was enlivened by an obligatory communal sauna at the beginning.
After that, it's the Festival of Science in York, so no more updates until the end of the week. I'm not expecting much to happen, but you never know.
I'm not going to Colchester United. I still haven't recovered from Leamington's 9-1 defeat there. It is also looks like the old fashioned Southern League ground it really is. There doesn't seem to be much parking and it's a real hike from the station or involves a change of buses. Paul May has bought a ticket so may be able to write a report.
Charlton are 7th and Leamington are 4th in their respective leagues, but even allowing for the vast gap in standards, the Addicks are probably playing the better football and look like surer bets to go up.