Thursday 9 April 2009

Parkinson charged with improper conduct

Phil Parkinson gets in an argument with Southampton's Mark Wotte

Phil Parkinson has been charged with improper conduct by the Football Association after being sent to the stands at St.Mary's last week following a row with the Southampton manager.

The Charlton supremo has added young Tamer Tuna to the squad for Saturday's match against Birmingham City. He scored two goals for the reserves on Wednesday.

Parkinson commented: 'He's in the squad on merit. Last week against Millwall's reserves I thought he was excellent, and on Wednesday he put in a superb performance. He's a clever player, he's got a good touch and he's a good finisher.' One for League 1?

Birmingham are still preening themselves after their 2-0 victory over Wolves earlier in the week and are confident that the next stage in their title hunt will be picking up three easy points against 'bottom club Charlton'.

However, Killer is forecasting a 2-1 win for the Addicks and I do not think this match is a foregone conclusion.

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