Wed. Jun 19th, 2024

Despite a spirited effort from Charlton Athletic, it was Cheltenham Town who got the last laugh. In a match played at The Valley, Cheltenham managed to get a win over their local rivals. The result means that the Robins are now just six points behind the top six in the League One play-offs. It also means that they have a game in hand on the sides above them, including the three above them in the league.

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After a strong start from the Gloucestershire side, the game was fairly even at the break. Charlton had the oh-so-exciting opportunity to take the lead when Diallang Jaiyesimi was played in on goal, but his shot sailed high and wide. Charlton continued to pressure the visitors in the second half, with Albie Morgan having the chance to make it a hat-trick when he saw his angled cut-back yalla shoot blocked by the row of Z in the Jimmy Seed Stand.

The Robins were able to take the lead when Alfie May’s well-struck volley gave the ball its deserved name. May’s goal was a clever one. His shot from the left edge of the box was directed into the empty net, although it was cleared by keeper Ryan Inniss. It was the most important goal in the game, however, and one that would have been highly impressive if it had been scored.

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Charlton did not take their chances, and the game was summed up by a ghastly goalkeeping error from Ryan Inniss. He failed to make the most of a loose ball from the line, and a follow-up effort by Dan Nlundulu sailed straight over the bar. Charlton failed to score a goal for the first time since October 22nd, when they lost 1-0 at Shrewsbury.

Cheltenham were well-organised, and made the most of their possession in the first half. They were the more organised of the two teams, and they pressed Charlton well. They were rewarded for their efforts with a slick goal. The icing on the cake came in the last six minutes of the game, when Alfie May scored a well-deserved goal. His first-time volley gave the ball its name, and it was one of the most important goals in the game.

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The most important goal in the game was the one in the middle of the pack, but it came about when Charlton were forced to play the ball out of their own half. The most important of the three goals was the one to show off the most. That goal was the most important, the one to show the most off-the-wall and gimmicky, and the one to show off the most of the other two. The other three were all more mundane.

It was the sexiest, but the most important goal of the game was the aforementioned aforementioned one, and it was the most important of the three. The other three were the aforementioned aforementioned ones.

The most impressive goal in the game was the one that showed the most ominous amount of luck. It was a lucky one – not quite as lucky as the winning goal, but it was the most impressive. The only thing that could have improved it was a more reliable flag to mark the ball as having been in the right place.

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