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THOMMO TAMES SAD CHARLTON.

Wolves 1, Charlton 0

Alan Curbishley saw Charlton fall foul of another harsh penalty decision last night, then said: "I can't see where our next goal is coming from."

It was the second time this week that Charlton had found themselves in a spot of bother.

Beaten by a dubious penalty at Manchester City, they suffered again when Jamie Stuart was adjudged to have felled Steve Corica. Andy Thompson tucked away the 38th minute spot-kick, and there was no way back, even though keeper Mike Stowell denied John Robinson and Keith Jones with smart saves.

Boss Curbishley said: "This typifies how we've been playing. Lots of nice stuff but we never look like scoring."
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Sep 7, 1996
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