December 11 2013 Latest news:
Senior officials from the five leading sports have been called into a summit meeting with the Government today on how to tackle the scourge of match-fixing, it can be revealed.
Charlton will face either Oxford or Wrexham at The Valley in the FA Cup third round.
Police have opened a second investigation into football match-fixing following allegations that former Premier League player Sam Sodje rigged a Championship game in return for cash.
Chris Powell said it was “two points lost” for Charlton after their 2-2 draw at Yeovil and the Addicks boss was disappointed with referee Craig Pawson’s decision to send off Johnnie Jackson.
A minute’s applause will take place at all football matches in the Premier League, Football League and FA Cup this weekend to mark the passing of Nelson Mandela.
Charlton goalkeeper Ben Hamer has yet to recover from an ankle injury so Ben Alnwick will continue in goal for Charlton against Yeovil on Saturday.
Chris Powell felt his Charlton side were unlucky with key decisions in their 1-0 defeat to Reading at the Madejski Stadium.
Reading 1 Charlton 0
Defender Michael Morrison is confident of plundering three points when Charlton travel to promotion-chasers Reading on Tuesday.
Charlton manager Chris Powell rued his side’s sluggish start against Ipswich after Tommy Smith’s early header gave the visitors the points.
Charlton goalkeeper Ben Hamer is out with an ankle injury for the visit of Championship rivals Ipswich on Saturday.
Charlton have loaned academy prospects Morgan Fox and Bradley Jordan to League One side Notts County until January 4.
Charlton have recalled goalkeeper Nick Pope from his loan spell at York City as cover for the injured Ben Hamer.
Dale Stephens is keen to sign a new Charlton contract but admits he faces an uncertain future at The Valley.
Manager Chris Powell was delighted with his Charlton players after they made the most of their game in hand with a comfortable 2-0 win over Doncaster at The Valley.
Championship: Charlton 2 Doncaster 0
AFC Wimbledon have signed Charlton defender Kevin Feely on loan until January 4.
Charlton manager Chris Powell, meanwhile, felt his struggling team were unfortunate not to pick up a point.
Assistant manager Kevin Bond admitted QPR are struggling in front of goal despite Charlie Austin’s fine strike securing a 1-0 victory at home to Charlton.