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Addicks Wait Till January Tue 31st Aug 2004 19:51
Charlton manager Alan Curbishley says he is putting off signing any more players until the transfer window reopens in January. Curbishley had a £3 million bid for Town striker Darren Bent turned down last week.
Miller Misses Training Tue 31st Aug 2004 16:34
Penalty king Tommy Miller will miss training this week after picking up an ankle injury in Monday's 2-1 win against Wolves. Miller netted his fourth goal of the season from the spot in Town's fourth home victory of the season.
Town Want £5 Million? Tue 31st Aug 2004 13:51
Reports in London today indicate that Town want £5 million for striker Darren Bent. The Blues turned down Charlton's bid of £3 million for the England U21 player's services last week.
Joe Wanted Stuart Tue 31st Aug 2004 12:27
Charlton midfielder Graham Stuart could have been a Town player had the Blues accepted the Addicks' £3 million bid for striker Darren Bent last week. Boss Joe Royle says he would have been keen to bring in the former Everton, Chelsea and Sheffield United man on loan.
Stoke Tickets a Fiver Tue 31st Aug 2004 12:23
Tickets for Town's Coca-Cola Championship game at Stoke City will cost just £5 the Staffordshire club have announced. The Blues make the trip to the Britannia Stadium on Tuesday, September 14th.
Reserves Face Chelsea Tue 31st Aug 2004 11:33
Town's reserves face the Chelsea second string this evening at Aldershot's Recreation Ground (KO 7pm). Strike pair Pablo Couñago and Dean Bowditch are both included in the side having watched Monday's first team win against Wolves from the bench.
Four With National Sides Tue 31st Aug 2004 09:12
Four members of Joe Royle's squad are joining up with their international squads this week. There are no Championship games next Saturday with it designated part of an international weekend.
Joe: Outstanding Display Mon 30th Aug 2004 19:09
Manager Joe Royle hailed an outstanding display from his side as they defeated Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-1 to go second in the Coca Cola Championship, their highest position since he joined the club in November 2002.
Town 2-1 Wolves Mon 30th Aug 2004 18:17
Town moved up to second in the league with a 2-1 home win over Wolves. The Blues went two-up through Darren Bent and a Tommy Miller penalty before Seyi Olofinjana pulled one back for the visitors. Stoke's victory over Derby later in the evening saw the Blues drop back down to third.
Joe: Darren Will Stay Mon 30th Aug 2004 12:40
Town boss Joe Royle says the club are yet to receive a second bid from Charlton for striker Darren Bent and the 20-year-old is likely to remain with the Blues.
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