Monday, 21 April 2014

Sheffield Wednesday 2 - 3 Charlton Athletic.

If you thought that it was shocking to see Reza Ghoochannejhad (again, straight from my head, I'm getting good at this :D) finally score a goal, I cannot even begin to imagine what your reaction would be to Marvin Sordell's goals today, yes, goalS, a hat-trick!! Most people would say that they were speechless upon hearing the result and the scorer of the goals, but for some reason, I was not, I just knew it was going to happen, it's a shame I didn't still make those match predictions I used to always get wrong because it would've been the first one I got right, well, partially right, I predicted it'd be 7-2 to Charlton with Sordell scoring a hat-trick (got right) and Simon Church scoring one aswell (not even close, he didn't even play the full match) and Reza Ghoochan-- Ghoochan--, Dave scoring a goal (for some reason, I can't spell it again, weird...) to round it off, but still, I did get the Sordell hat-trick right so, as far as I am concerned, that makes me an expert at making predictions, the last time I really felt this way was at the Sheffield United match, I just had such a bad feeling before the match, and the score showed why, for this match, I had such a good feeling about it, I thought, this is the match, and what went and happened, Sordell, yes, Sordell, scored a hat-trick, now, I know I said I wasn't shocked but I was probably lying, even though I did predict this, I didn't actually expect it to happen, in fact, by me predicting it to happen, I think I thought the chances of it to happen in reality were probably a lot less, but for some supernatural reason, it did happen, and hopefully, we'll have more fantastic matches like this and I might, one day go back to making daily Blog posts, COYR!!

Thursday, 17 April 2014

The future of Charlton Athletic.

Again, it's been a while since I've made a proper Blog Post so... here it is...

What I think about the future of Charlton Athletic football club is that it is impossible to predict, especially at this point of time, in the next five years, the way I see it, we're going to be in either two positions, one, struggling to fight relegation in the Football League One, two, struggling to fight relegation in the Championship, so, I know which position I'd rather Charlton be in, in fact, in five years time we may not even be struggling to avoid relegation to the League One but instead, aiming for promotion to the Premier League provided we have become a stabilized club in the Championship first and this all depends on this season, right now, whether we get relegated or not could decide the next five years of being of Charlton Athletic and the reason I think that is because I reckon it'd take about five years for us to become a proper Championship club.

As for what the team will look like in five years time, well, if those Belgians are still in charge, every player's name will probably be unpronounceable, with players like Ghoochannejhad (you'll never believe it, because I definitely can't believe it, but I just spelt Reza's name without even having to copy and paste, I did it straight from memory, oh, I am so proud of my self!!) joining the team from Standard Liège's reserves (for all I know Reza wasn't playing in the reserves and I don't think he should have been because I know he is a reasonably good player, scoring loads of goals and all (just not in England, unfortunately) but he must've been playing in the reserves for him to have been sent to Charlton especially since it wasn't on loan but on a permanent transfer!!), oh and let's not forget about more Anıl Koç's in the future, joining Charlton.