Ian Maatsen has yet to be ruled out of Charlton’s home game against Ipswich Town on Saturday. The 19-year-old came off in the 66th minute of last weekend’s 2-1 victory at Sunderland.
Dulwich Hamlet have signed West Ham goalkeeper Mia North on loan. The 19-year-old goalkeeper is on the academy books of the FA Women’s Super League outfit. North was previously at Yeovil Town Ladies, and has also featured with the Wales U19 set-up.
Bromley manager Andy Woodman praised James Alabi for his role in their dramatic 4-3 win at Woking on Tuesday evening.
QPR boss Warburton on failing to battle in Rotherham loss, broken nose for centre-back + praise for full debutant Kelman
Mark Warburton felt QPR didn’t “roll up their sleeves” in their 3-1 loss at Rotherham last night. Lyndon Dykes had given put the Rs ahead just after half time, before a Freddie Ladapo brace and a Matt Smith goal in injury time sealed the victory for Rotherham.
Herne Hill Harriers round-up: Healthy turnout as Wimbledon Park 5km road race sees club competition return
Herne Hill Harriers fielded a 10-man team and two six-women teams in the Wimbledon Park 5km road race on Sunday – as local athletics club competition returned. Harriers’ men placed fifth of 12 complete teams with the women’s A and B teams second ninth respectively.
“He’s very different…” – analysing what Alex Gilbey brings to this Charlton team with the help of Conor Washington
In his latest Charlton column, Benjy Nurick takes a deep dive into Alex Gilbey and what the midfielder can bring to this Addicks side over the final weeks of the season – aided by insights from team-mate Conor Washington.
Ipswich Town boss Paul Cook tore into his players after last night’s defeat against AFC Wimbledon – with a trip to Charlton Athletic next up this weekend.
Current crop of AFC Wimbledon players challenged to create their own history – as wait for back-to-back wins is finally over
AFC Wimbledon boss Mark Robinson urged his side to create their own history after their 3-0 win over Ipswich saw his side record consecutive league victories for the first time since October 2019.
Mark Robinson has revealed that a heart-to-heart with his AFC Wimbledon players before last weekend’s game at Accrington has been the catalyst for their recent feast of goals.
AFC Wimbledon head coach Mark Robinson has urged his side to reinstall the club’s past mentality – using their 3-0 win over Ipswich Town tonight as an example of how the club’s perception “has got to change”.
Chelsea are into the semi-finals of the Champions League for the first time since 2014 after losing 1-0 against Porto tonight, but win 2-1 on aggregate.
A sensational bicycle kick by substitute Taremi deep into added time illuminated what was in fact a terrible football match.
Wimbledon boosted their League One survival hopes with an excellent 3-0 win over Ipswich Town at Plough Lane – making it eight goals scored in the space of just four days
Millwall have opened talks with Jed Wallace over his contract situation – with the attacker having 15 months remaining on his current terms.
Surrey’s eight-wicket defeat in their season opener against Gloucestershire was tinged with the re-emergence in red-ball cricket of left-arm seamer Reece Topley, who took 5-66 in the first innings at Bristol.
Nigel Adkins will be an interested spectator at AFC Wimbledon’s home game with Ipswich Town tonight. Charlton face the Tractor Boys at The Valley on Saturday.
AFC Wimbledon striker Ollie Palmer has revealed an emotional inspiration for his performance on Saturday and had plenty of praise for Ayoub Assal and Joe Pigott.
Marcus Maddison has revealed he is considering quitting football after his loan spell at Bolton Wanderers was cut short.
Bolton Wanderers have terminated Marcus Maddison’s loan stay – and say the on-loan Charlton Athletic player has found it “exceptionally difficult” being away from his family.
Millwall left-back Junior Tiensia has joined National League title contenders Sutton United on a 28-day youth loan.
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