Charlton Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
Rob Elliot 0
Callum Harriott * 0
Miguel Angel Llera 0
Jonathan Fortune * 0
Fede Bessone 0
Chris Solly 0
Jose Semedo 0
Michael Stewart 0
Scott Wagstaff * 0
Bradley Wright-Phillips 0
Paul Benson 0
John Sullivan 0
Simon Francis 0
Therry Racon
(Sub)
0
Frank Nouble 0
Gary Doherty
(Sub)
0
Dean Parrett 0
Nathan Eccleston
(Sub)
0
Hartlepool Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
Scott Flinders 0
Peter Hartley 0
Neil Austin 0
Sam Collins 0
Evan Horwood 0
Antony Sweeney 0
Gary Liddle 0
Joe Gamble * 0
Andy Monkhouse 0
Fabian Yantorno * 0
Colin Larkin * 0
Andy Rafferty 0
Ritchie Humphreys 0
Leon McSweeney
(Sub)
0
Denis Behan 0
Adam Boyd
(Sub)
0
James Brown
(Sub)
0
Paul Johnson 0

League One Fixtures

Monday, 29 December 2014
19:45
Yeovil v Leyton Or
Saturday, 03 January 2015
15:00
Fleetwood v Swindon  
Port Vale v Gillingham  
Walsall v Coventry  
Saturday, 10 January 2015
Barnsley v Yeovil  
Bradford v Rochdale  
Bristol C v Notts Co  
Chesterfld v Port Vale  
Crawley v MK Dons  
Crewe v Gillingham  
Leyton Or v Fleetwood  
Oldham v Doncaster  

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