It never ceases to amaze me how often a football club sacks its manager moments after I have backed that team to lose their next match. So often after there is a change of management, the players of the struggling team pull their fingers out and go and win their next match.
So it was that Charlton fired their manager hours after I had included the in form Plymouth to win at Charlton. A reasonable assumption considering Plymouth's unbeaten run and Charlton being without a win in four. But, hey presto! The one time Charlton talisman Lee Bowyer became . . .
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