This page will get a proper re-launch before the Crown Berger Cup against Welling (the links need updating). Meanwhile, Charlton are 10th in the table just ahead of Crystal Palace who have moved up after their lowly finish.
The teams in the Championship can be divided into three categories:
- 1. Massive (Erfawr), largely self-selected, clubs say they are massive and lazy journos start using the term.
- 2. Really rather big
- 3. Potential relegation candidates.
Sheffield Wednesday (super massive); Blackburn Rovers; Wolves. Erfawr: Cardiff City. Candidate massive (pending takeovers): Leeds United, Nottingham Forest.
Really Rather Big
Birmingham City (provided financial problems do not get worse); Bolton Wanderers; Brighton; Derby County; Hull City; Leicester City; Middlesbrough
Potential relegation candidates
Blackpool (wheels could come off, but a long shot); Bristol City; Burnley; Crystal Palace; Huddersfield (only one point for a draw); Ipswich Town; Millwall; Peterborough United; Watford.
If we treat Charlton as a medium-sized club, this would see them finishing 14th. If we add in the extra Powell ingredient, it could be higher. It's all to play for!