Hayden at Queen Elizabeth Park

Brits in Vancouver – Hayden’s Story

“I can usually walk down Main Street and find a new place which will keep me occupied.” No Regrets Hayden is a Watford supporter. I forgave him and we met at Queen Elizabeth Park on an overcast yet clear Sunday afternoon. I wanted to find out more about Hayden and in particular, what prompted...

Victoria Day Weekend

All in all, it’s a world away from the hubbub of life in the Lower Mainland; and that’s one of the things I so enjoy about living here. One of the regular reminders of BC’s more recent heritage, well more recent by Brit standards, is the Victoria Day public holiday. Celebrating the birthday of...

Champions

I’d recently been reminded that Charlton had finished in a lower league position in every season since 2003/4 when a more than creditable 7th had been achieved. It would be very remiss of me not to mention that this year, 20011/12, Charlton finished higher than the previous season, and that higher position has meant...

CAFC – a season to savour

After a few short summaries on how the Addicks season has progressed, the “another great result” format is wearing thin. More league and cup wins followed by a couple of draws haven’t dampened my enthusiasm from afar, but finding new superlatives and praise is certainly getting harder as the weeks and games go by....

CAFC continue the roll

Can the smile get any wider? Another week, another win as the reborn Addicks claim another 3 points at Brentford. When I left the UK the final London derby I saw was against Spurs. It was the game that consigned Charlton to the Championship. It was a miserable game. This London derby, 2 leagues...

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