Friday, 6 March 2020

National press homes in on Bowyer v Woodgate clash

It's a crunch game against Middlesbrough tomorrow (well, they all are now) and Lee Bowyer is looking to Charlton fans to play their part: Fans role in Championship safety puh

The Guardian has produced a special feature article on the game, noting that 'this campaign was always going to be a struggle for a Charlton side with the second tier’s lowest budget.' They say that contrary to widespread expectations, Boywer has matured into an impressive coach. But it is his relationship with Jonathan Woodgate that particularly interests them: Bowyer and Woodgate set friendship aside for relegation showdown

George Lapslie has obtained his sports science and coaching degree and aims to go into management with his older brother who plays for Colchester United. However, his greatest test for now is to keep the Addicks in the Championship: Lapslie's agenda

Up on Teesside, they are seeing it as a David v. Goliath class with Charlton having been 'in a state of civil war' for years: The financial gap

Boro have a tendency to be draw specialists away from home: won two, drawn six, lost nine.

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