Tuesday 5 April 2022

'Crazy' game leaves Charlton with central defence problem

Johnnie Jackson reflects on a 'crazy game' against the old crazy gang.   He reckons that Charlton would have won if Inniss had not been sent off.  Lavelle's injury was a turning point.   Towards the end of the game the Addicks were effectively down to nine with Purrington carrying a knee injury: https://londonnewsonline.co.uk/johnnie-jackson-charlton-would-probably-have-won-if-they-kept-11-on-the-field-at-wimbledon/

Sam Lavelle has had a touch of the Derek Uftons and dislocated his shoulder: https://londonnewsonline.co.uk/johnnie-jackson-provides-early-assessment-of-sam-lavelles-shoulder-problem-after-defender-forced-off-at-wimbledon/

With Inniss suspended and Lavelle injured Jacko faces a central defence selection problem against a rampant Rotherham on Saturday.

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