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Madrigal returns to England

 

After a one year absence from the English football scene, the American Jeremy Madrigal has returned overseas to take over Charlton Athletic. After his stint last summer at Barnsley was a failed attempt to strengthen the weakened side he has accepted an offer that will bring him to The Valley. It is believed that the deal is for 2 seasons with a club option on a 3rd season. Madrigal says don't get too comfortable with the current squad as he plans to bring in several experienced veterans to help the club make strides toward Division 1. 

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Charlton topple Brighton

 

In his managerial debut for Charlton Athletic, Jeremy Madrigal showed that this team is a complete 360 from what they were earlier this season. It didn't take long for the goal scoring to begin as Mathieu Valbuena netted a stunner in the 4th minute for the Addicks. What ensued was a goal scoring frenzy no one was expecting out of this squad as they'd go on to net 4 more before conceding a late goal to give the Addicks a 5-1 victory. Up next for Charlton is a trip to Cardiff where they'll look to get themselves out of the relegation zone.

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Cardiff City 3-2 Charlton Athletic

Can't really say much positive about this match, plenty of missed oppurtunities for us to put it in the back of the net but instead we let Cardiff keep ahead and score down a man for the last 50+ minutes. Still early in the season but to just disappointing to not convert, Pato gets a brace but just no effort from the rest of the side.

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