English League One side, Charlton Athletic continue to surprise everyone as they got themselves in the semifinals stage of this seasons' FA Cup after eliminating struggling Championship side, Charlton Athletic this past weekend.
Leicester City continue to stamp their domination in current England Championship campaign after grabbing another comfortable win this past weekend, demolishing Charlton Athletic at King Power Stadium.
Charlton Athletic can't seem to get things going well for them as this past weekend they suffered a disappointing home defeat against Birmingham City. Both teams are struggling to get away from that relegation trouble as they put on an attacking shape straight from kick off, but it was the away side that got things going as they went a goal up on 22 minutes through Federico Macheda's effort.
Wigan Athletic bagged an important result on their latest English Championship fixture this past weekend as they snatched all three points against Charlton Athletic. The host didn't have a bright start though in that match as it was Chartlon that get themselves in front with an effort from Marvin Sordell after only three minutes of play.
Charlton Athletic secured their passage into the next stage of FA Cup campaign this season after snatching a hard fought away victory over Huddersfield Town this past weekend. Both teams were really keen in grabbing that ticket into the fifth round as they were pushing forward vigorously since kick off.
Charlton Athletic 0-1 Huddersfield Town highlights: Charlton Athletic were targeting a ticket into the next stage of FA Cup when they play host to Huddersfield Town last weekend.
Both Championship sides are currently sitting in the mid-bottom table and the balance of power was pretty much seen right from the start, but it was Huddersfield that managed to open the scoring.
Charlton Athletic are currently sitting in 14th place in the Championship table and looking to improve on that position, Charlton boss Chris Powell, brought in a new reinforcement. The Addicts completed a loan deal to acquire Emmanuel Frimpong from Arsenal in a short term agreement which will end until January 1st.
The opening of St George's Park on Tuesday gave many hopes for coaches and players about the future of England national team and football development in the country.
One of those who believes that St George's will bring positive effect is Charlton Athletic manager, Chris Powell.