Date: 20th April 2016 at 12:10am
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Bolton may have had nothing to play for, but at least they managed to drag Charlton down to League One with them after an absolutely dire encounter at the Macron.

The visitors needed a win and while our lack of invention or urgency may have been slightly understandable, Charlton’s was not. Simon Makienok had the best chance but it was fairly comfortable for Ben Amos.

It was slightly better in the second half. Our only sub was to bring on Kaiyne Woolery for Emile Heskey, and it provided a bit more pace and penetration going forward, but one chance where he tried to cut outside rather than use an inside option was as good as it got.

Oscar Threlkeld started on the right of a largely young back four after returning from Plymouth and showed a bit going forward. He nearly set up a winner with a great ball across the area but Darren Pratley couldn’t get to it.

But overall it was a game so poor despotic regimes may use the DVD to torture their political prisoners.


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