Friday, 22 January 2010

Kiely back between the sticks for Swindon

Chris Kiely has been recalled from Halesowen Town for tomorrow's clash between Leamington and Swindon Supermarine, the No.2 club in the Wiltshire metropolis. In last week's astroturf friendly with Southam United, regular keeper Tony Breeden slipped and fell on the concrete in the warm up sustaining a hairline fracture of the lower arm.

Rather than rely on the North Leamington school pupil who is the reserve keeper (and sponsored by me), supremo Paul Holleran has turned to Deano's son. Holleran said, 'I know he's a competent keeper ... He's looked bubbly in training and I have no qualms about playing him.'

Once again we will be the only Charlton blog bringing you a report on tomorrow's action at the New Windmill Ground with Brakes back in action for the first time in over a month.

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