Carlisle United are hoping for an early goal at The Valley on Saturday so that the 'vulnerable' Addicks crack under the pressure following their Stevenage defeat. The Addicks are not 'invincible', we are told. Actually, we knew that already.
The report goes on to say that Charlton regularly play in front of 20,000 fans. If only. What they haven't cottoned on to is that the crowd is very edgy and will soon start moaning if a few errors are made.
Read more here about Carlisle's plans here: http://www.timesandstar.co.uk/carlisle-utd-have-nothing-to-fear-at-charlton-says-tavernier-1.889081?referrerPath=home
Charlton are not invincible, but I am not sure that any one of the other teams in the division either, even Huddersfield who I think are real competition and are on a good run.
Only a few weeks ago Preston were being touted as 'The New Invincibles'. The Football League Paper devoted a two page spread to Phil Brown who was presented as a master of strategic and tactical judgment. Then they lost 2-1 to Orient (although admittedly I think that Orient are better than their poor start suggested).
Carlisle may have nothing to fear, but neither do we, except possibly fear itself.