I've got ten on Riga mortice - Charlton (A) 18/4/14

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Re: Charlton Athletic Away. The Match Thread.

Post by Worthy4England » Mon Mar 31, 2014 6:46 pm

Has anyone written to them yet and told them they can play Sordell up front, if they want?

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Re: Charlton Athletic Away. The Match Thread.

Post by Lost Leopard Spot » Mon Mar 31, 2014 6:48 pm

Worthy4England wrote:Has anyone written to them yet and told them they can play Sordell up front, if they want?
Yep, just in the post now...
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Re: Charlton Athletic Away. The Match Thread.

Post by danhorwich » Mon Mar 31, 2014 6:50 pm

That chippy by the ground is pretty good as well. No gravy or peas mind
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Re: Charlton Athletic Away. The Match Thread.

Post by HMX » Tue Apr 01, 2014 10:39 pm

Antigallican was a decent enough place when we went for the last away game. Got talking to friendly Charlton and Spurs fans.

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Re: Charlton Athletic Away. The Match Thread.

Post by KeyserSoze » Wed Apr 02, 2014 2:01 pm

Used to play for the pool team there. Alright pub, usually a stopping place for digs for workmen and that. obvs just nice and full on a matchday. Loverley.
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Re: Charlton Athletic Away. The Match Thread.

Post by Enoch » Wed Apr 09, 2014 2:49 am

It's close now, any chance of getting the thread title sorted out?

I could fax something across!

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I've got ten on Riga mortice - Charlton (A) 18/4/14

Post by Enoch » Sat Apr 12, 2014 7:09 pm

I'm predicting wholesale changes, a dire performance, three points and as much dissatisfaction as one can wave the proverbial stick at.

And if anyone can do better with the thread title, I'm open to suggestions.

TROTTERSSSssssss..............

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Re: I've got ten on Riga mortice - Charlton (A) 18/4/14

Post by Harry Genshaw » Sat Apr 12, 2014 7:38 pm

There's already a Charlton thread. You were the last to post on it!

And I dont get it :oops:
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Re: I've got ten on Riga mortice - Charlton (A) 18/4/14

Post by KeyserSoze » Sat Apr 12, 2014 7:43 pm

^ this on both counts.

I'm going. As is pru. Who else is.
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Re: I've got ten on Riga mortice - Charlton (A) 18/4/14

Post by Enoch » Sat Apr 12, 2014 7:43 pm

Certainly not my finest hour, Harry, but I took the 'other' thread to be a satire of an actual match thread!

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Re: I've got ten on Riga mortice - Charlton (A) 18/4/14

Post by TKIZ! » Sat Apr 12, 2014 7:44 pm

Trotter to score the winner
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Re: I've got ten on Riga mortice - Charlton (A) 18/4/14

Post by bwfcdan94 » Sat Apr 12, 2014 8:36 pm

KeyserSoze wrote:^ this on both counts.

I'm going. As is pru. Who else is.
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The above post is complete bollox/garbage/nonsense, please point this out to me at any and every occasion possible.

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Re: I've got ten on Riga mortice - Charlton (A) 18/4/14

Post by bwfcdan94 » Sat Apr 12, 2014 8:37 pm

BTW there is 2 Charlton threads already, now 3. Boo.
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Re: Charlton Athletic Away. The Match Thread.

Post by TonyDomingos » Sat Apr 12, 2014 9:11 pm

Enoch wrote:I'm predicting wholesale changes, a dire performance, three points and as much dissatisfaction as one can wave the proverbial stick at.

And if anyone can do better with the thread title, I'm open to suggestions.

TROTTERSSSssssss..............
I refer you to my earlier post!
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Enoch wrote:I mean, it hardly follows the Standard format and completely ignores my pun Addicksion.
"O2 win at the Valley"
"Will it be a good Friday in SE9?"
"Nailed on win or will we be cross?"
"Sordell is Addick"

Take your pick. :D
And with it being Easter, there must be a few puns along the lines of "another eggsellent win" "who's eggsited" etc etc. Not to mention a hatful of "Dougie" and "resurrection" gags waiting to be made!
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Re: I've got ten on Riga mortice - Charlton (A) 18/4/14

Post by Enoch » Sat Apr 12, 2014 9:18 pm

What a marvellous hybrid thread.

Sorry, Domingos, out of my hands now.

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Nailed on win or will we be cross? - Charlton (A) 18/4/14

Post by Enoch » Sat Apr 12, 2014 10:19 pm

Snuck one in for you though.

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Re: A Dick's Errand - Charlton Away Moved

Post by Montreal Wanderer » Sun Apr 13, 2014 4:57 pm

Gary the Enfield wrote:
Gooner Girl wrote:
Gary the Enfield wrote:
TANGODANCER wrote:
Gooner Girl wrote:
Oh crap. That will stuff the Bish up and he has already bought his train tickets :(
I should imagine 3-0'clock in the afternoon of Good Friday would be a no-no for him anyway? Somewhat insesnsitive organising.

Do the United Reformed Church do a Benediction TD? I thought it was just us.
All denominations have some kind of Good Friday service and I don't suppose its so easy for Bish to skive off his. Slight chance it might be early morning I suppose and he can still make it, but unlikely.

The Catholics have (or had) a specific service starting at 3.00 pm (the alleged time that Christ is supposed to have died) starting with the Stations of the Cross (again, not sure if you have those) and going on to a full Benediction.
I had always understood that he was crucifies at 3.00 pm but died at least three hours (maybe six hours) later. Of course I'm not a Roman Catholic and my memory ain't what it was. I suppose a lot depends on how we interpreted the sixth hour, ninth hour, etc.
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Re: A Dick's Errand - Charlton Away Moved

Post by TANGODANCER » Sun Apr 13, 2014 5:08 pm

Montreal Wanderer wrote:
I had always understood that he was crucifies at 3.00 pm but died at least three hours (maybe six hours) later. Of course I'm not a Roman Catholic and my memory ain't what it was. I suppose a lot depends on how we interpreted the sixth hour, ninth hour, etc.
Not that it matters, as 3-0'clock is just the time we accept as being the time of Christs' death, in Church services, but Jerusalem is two hours ahead of us anyway so it will be 5-0'clock there when it's 3 here.
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Re: A Dick's Errand - Charlton Away Moved

Post by TonyDomingos » Sun Apr 13, 2014 8:48 pm

TANGODANCER wrote:
Montreal Wanderer wrote:
I had always understood that he was crucifies at 3.00 pm but died at least three hours (maybe six hours) later. Of course I'm not a Roman Catholic and my memory ain't what it was. I suppose a lot depends on how we interpreted the sixth hour, ninth hour, etc.
Not that it matters, as 3-0'clock is just the time we accept as being the time of Christs' death, in Church services, but Jerusalem is two hours ahead of us anyway so it will be 5-0'clock there when it's 3 here.
I'm confused now. Will we be kicking off at 3:07pm or 5:07pm? :?
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Re: A Dick's Errand - Charlton Away Moved

Post by Montreal Wanderer » Mon Apr 14, 2014 3:16 pm

TonyDomingos wrote:
TANGODANCER wrote:
Montreal Wanderer wrote:
I had always understood that he was crucifies at 3.00 pm but died at least three hours (maybe six hours) later. Of course I'm not a Roman Catholic and my memory ain't what it was. I suppose a lot depends on how we interpreted the sixth hour, ninth hour, etc.
Not that it matters, as 3-0'clock is just the time we accept as being the time of Christs' death, in Church services, but Jerusalem is two hours ahead of us anyway so it will be 5-0'clock there when it's 3 here.
I'm confused now. Will we be kicking off at 3:07pm or 5:07pm? :?
It would depend where we were playing I suppose - better check with Tal ben Haim...
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