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Charlton In Turmoil

Charlton In Turmoil

United play Charlton at Old Trafford on Sunday for the final game of the season. The London club are in turmoil, having confirmed Alan Curbishley will leave the club at the end of the season - but the manager insists he will not be taking charge of England.


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The impromptu, and somewhat unexpected, announcement was made prior to Saturday's clash with Blackburn by Addicks chairman Richard Murray who revealed Curbishley was to step down.

Curbishley: 'It's nothing to do with any outside influences whatsoever - I don't think I was ever in the running (for the job).'







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Writer:Cantona
Date:Thursday May 4 2006
Time: 9:32AM

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Time to fill your boots lads, I expect you to clinch 2nd spot with a thumping of Charlton
sdandrk
04/05/2006 16:01:00
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I'd like to think that you'd be at least 3-0 up at half time, and that the news filters through to Fratton park. But, to be serious for a momnet, I'm sure they will be up for it with AC's last game, i think you should be able to wear them down and get a couple of goals in the last 10 mins to secure second spot in the league.
FEn_100
06/05/2006 04:46:00
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definately, theyll want to try and send curbs off in a bit of style after the abysmal season
vertigo_red
06/05/2006 13:46:00
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COME ON, CHARLTON!
bring back kenny
07/05/2006 00:19:00
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