Date: 25th July 2007 at 12:31am
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Charlton completed their small tour of Spain by grabbing victory over Spanish second division side Marbella. Chris Dickson continued his rich run of goals by neatly sliding the ball home in the second half after some great creative play by fellow new Addick, Todorov.

Chris Iwelumo was unlucky not to give the vistors the lead when he went close early on smashing a decent effort against the home side’s crossbar. Trialist Dean Sinclair gave another solid performance for Pardew to dwell on before he decides to give the former Barnet youngster a contract or not.

All of the new boys to arrive in SE7 this summer got a run out with most suprisingly Jose Semendo taking up a midfield role in which he seemed rather comftable in.

 

15 Replies to “Spanish beaten”

  • Lets go play Charlies angels next, sun, sea, the most affluent place in Iberia, ******** manangement are crazy, no test, no grit, waste of time.

  • Good point mate, I think it was more of a team building exercise with match practise chucked in.

  • well said, jollies for the boys, what a shower our management are, par n par, like that is prepatration after being relegated from the elite, lets go tour the elite sunshine place, should have gone to Russia or somewhere to make sure the guys werre prepared to fight, ******** disgrace, sack em both

  • you do not prepare for a life away rom the elite by going down easy street, isnt that what these so called managers are paid for, major ***** up, if start off well, no one will care anyway. very *****ed off with this its crap.

  • Im not too concerned about the Spain trip its more the amount of part timers we have played so far. Charlton have started to get very commercial even with friendlies alot of who we play is about revenue and links for the clubs better interests.

  • jimmy i admire your restaint, P&p still got us relegated, just cos the club messed up with Dowie etc is no need to settle on these pair of sun seeking, easy life, mercenaries.

  • Dickn deserves a fair chance in the first-team next season – i believe he is more then capable.

  • Looks like Pards will send him out on loan. i agree he should be allowed to stay and fight for a place.

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