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Match preview: Charlton Athletic v Fleetwood Town

2 September 2023

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Fleetwood Town will face Charlton Athletic on Saturday 2 September at The Valley, and we have all you need to know ahead of the Sky Bet League One fixture in our match preview.

Fixture: Charlton Athletic v Fleetwood Town

Competition: Sky Bet League One

Date: Saturday 2 September 2023

Kick-off: 15:00

Venue: The Valley

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The Cod Army come into this game on the back of a 1-0 defeat at home to Shrewsbury Town, with means Scott Brown's side are without a win in the league this season. With goalkeeper Jay Lynch and defender Josh Earl seeing straight red cards in that match, there will be obviously changes in the matchday squad this time round.

On Deadline Day, Town brought in two new signings. The first being forward Kabongo Tshimanga - who joined on a season-long loan from fellow League One side Peterborough United.The second signing of the day was another loan, this time from Championship outfit, Hull City. Midfielder Xavier Simons also joins on a season-long loan, and will bolster options in the middle of the park.

Last time Fleetwood made the trip to They Valley, they left with all three points thanks to a thunderbolt from Shaun Rooney and a set-piece header from Harrison Holgate - will the Cods be able to replicate that performance in the capital?



Charlton currently sit 19th in Sky Bet League One, four places above the visitors to The Valley on Saturday. They have lost their last three matches, all by one goal with the latter being a 2-1 defeat away at high-flying Oxford United at the Kassam Stadium, with Tyler Goodrham being the man to score a brace to ensure the hosts won the match.

Slobodan Tedić was the last man through the door on Deadline Day - who joined on loan from Premier League side Manchester City. The other names through the door on Friday were versatile defender James Abankwah on loan from Italian top-flight side Udinese. The talented, 19-year-old joins the Addicks for the remainder of the 2023/24 campaign.

And finally, Charlton Athletic announced the loan signing of ball-playing midfielder Louie Watson from Premier League outfit Luton Town.

With former manager Dean Holden relieved of his duties earlier in the week following three defeats on the bounce. Jason Pearce was appointed as Interim Manager on Sunday. and he said in his pre-match press conference that he wants his team to give it their all: “I know what the fans expect and what the club is about, I made that clear as well. I hope we can implement what we expect as a Charlton Athletic team and let’s hope we can get a positive result.”



“You need to go away and frustrate the fans, Jason [Pierce] might change a lot up, he might not, so we don’t know what to expect as he’s an interim manager who’s just been appointed by the club. We always talk about ourselves, and focus on ourselves, so if we put our game plan out there, and play right, we’ve got a right good chance.  

“Defensively, we need to be a lot better, we can’t be conceding this amount of goals or giving up the amount of chances that we are doing. Sometimes, it’s just an honest mistake that lets somebody through, but we need to get that out of our game and make sure that if anyone is making mistakes, it’s them.

“We need to be focused for 90 minutes, or 120 minutes, whatever we are going to play these days and make sure that we are ready for anything that teams throw at us. That’s a responsibility on us, but also on the lads as well, to have that willingness and desire to go and keep clean sheets.”



Fleetwood Town take on Charlton Athletic this Saturday at The Valley, and you can keep up to date with all the action on the Club’s iFollow!

On the day of the game, there will be two matchday packages available for both overseas and, one for UK-based supporters - buy your iFollow pass HERE!

Video Match Pass - £10 (Overseas only)

Audio Match Pass - £2.50 (U.K and Overseas)

Those who choose the Audio Match Pass option will get access to just the commentary, which will be provided by our partners, BBC Radio Lancashire. Season passes are available with audio passes for only £45 for the season, for all UK-based members of the Cod Army!

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Match Reports

Report: Town fall to a defeat on the road to Charlton Athletic

2 September 2023

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Fleetwood Town fell to a narrow 2-1 defeat to Charlton Athletic at The Valley on Saturday afternoon in their latest League One clash.

It was a brilliant start for the Cods as they managed to work their way into the lead early on through a Jayden Stockley header, but a goal either side of the half for the hosts meant they would take all three points from the clash in South London.

Town started the game strong as they created an attack soon after the start Carl Johnston was played down the left by Junior Quitirna, who then fizzed a low-driven cross into the box towards Ryan Graydon, but Lloyd Jones was there to block the effort.

The early pressure continued as Ryan Broom beat his man on the opposite wing and earned a corner for the Cods, which was taken by the number 11. It was passed short to Quitirna, who noticed Graydon in space on the edge, but his shot went high and wide of the target.

Forward Jayden Stockley came the closest to opening the scoring ten minutes into the clash though as he whipped a free-kick from 20 yards towards goal, but the strike came off the underside of the bar and was eventually cleared by the home side.

It wasn’t long though until the former Addick did break the deadlock as he latched onto Broom’s dangerous cross from the wing to nod home past Harry Isted from inside the area to make the game 1-0 to Scott Brown’s men.

The game quietened down after this as Town looked to keep hold of their lead for a while, until the hosts found a way back into the clash late in the half as loanee Chem Campbell found May with a through ball and the forward calmly slotted home to level it up once again.

Charlton came out the blocks the quick of the two sides in the second half as they created two decent changes almost right away as Stephen McMullan had to push Tyreece Campbell’s effort from the edge wide before May’s shot was blocked by Harrison Holgate from the edge.

Brown’s side came back into it after this spell though as Toto Nsiala thought he’d done enough to get on the end of Quitirna’s free-kick, but it ended up just out of his reach. Shaun Rooney had an effort of his own soon after, but it was easily stopped by Isted.

A big chance to retake the lead came in the 65th minute as a bit of fortune saw Rooney nick the ball off Tayo Edun and drive down the wing. He picked out Stockley on the edge of the box, but the forward's effort didn’t trouble Isted as it flew wide of the mark.

Disaster struck with 18 minutes to go for Town as Edun picked out Corey Blackett-Taylor with a reverse ball but was brought down by Bosun Lawal. The referee decided it was worth a penalty for Charlton, which May struck straight down the middle to give them the lead.

The hosts finished off the game strong, with May almost completing his hat-trick, but McMullan pulled off a brilliant save to deny his volleyed effort. The last chance came soon after as substitute Charlie Kirk put in a ball across the face of goal, but May wasn't able to get on the end of it.

Addicks XI: Isted (GK), Jones, Dobson (C), Hector, May, Edun (Thomas 85’), T.Campbell (Leaburn 66’), Blackett-Taylor (Kirk 96'), C.Campbell (Taylor 85’), Asiimwe, Anderson.

Unused subs: Maynard-Brewer (GK), Ness, Kanu.

Town XI: McMullan (GK), Johnston, Lawal, Vela (C), Stockley (Tshimanga 75’), Broom, Quitirna (Mayor 63’), Holgate (Patterson 90'), Graydon (Asamoah 75’), Nsiala, Rooney (Hayes 75’).

Unused subs: Harrington (GK), Robertson.

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Ticket News

Tickets: Charlton Athletic (A)

30 August 2023

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Fleetwood Town head coach Scott Brown will take his side down to South London this weekend for a Sky Bet League One match against Charlton Athletic.

The Cod Army can also make the trip, with those with Onward Cards getting travel to and from the game for as little as £10 - a bargain for sure in the last weekend of the summer holidays.


The Cod Army have been allocated seats in The South Stand, with ticket prices as follows:

Adults: £24

Seniors (65+): £22

Under-21s: £22

Students: £20

Under-18s: £14

Under-11s: £6

Here's a reminder that tickets will go off sale at Highbury Stadium on Friday 1 September at 4:30pm.

Tickets can be purchased on matchday from the South Stand Ticket Office (card only). Ticket prices will increase by £3 per Adult and £2 per Concession when purchased on the day of the game.

Coaches will be departing Highbury Stadium at 7am on the day of the game (Saturday 2 September), costing only £10 for all Onward Card Holders and £25 for Non-Onward Card Holders.

If supporters need futher details, they can head down to the Club Shop at Highbury Stadium and speak to a member of staff about the travel down and also ticket options.

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