Date: 29th August 2010 at 12:27pm
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Charlton slipped to their first League 1 defeat of the season at Huddersfield Town on Saturday afternoon, going down 3-1.

Phil Parkinson believes that we started the game well and were the better team for a large period but the concession of two quick goals turned the game in The Terrier’s favour, Parkinson told BBC London 94.9: “In the first half I thought we started very well.

“In the first twenty five minutes we were the better team but then we conceded two quick goals and gave Huddersfield a huge lift.”

Even in the second half The Addicks Boss felt we had our chances but chasing the game left us open at the back and this was exploited, adding: “In second half we had a lot of good openings but we left ourselves exposed at the back.”

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5 Replies to “Parkinson Post Huddersfield”

  • LOL, wonder if he was watchin the same game…poor showing from your boys im afraid and once they went behind that was curtains for you

  • Come on w……..charlton that wasnt very nice.Poor old 24 didnt deserve that surely! Must say your lads didn’t look half the side that battered us last season,whats changed?

  • on reflection I was a bit sharp..I was having a bad day a really really bad day and not feeling very loving to anyone except my dog! I am very sorry… Am I forgiven?

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