More dropped points against a side a championship challenger would routinely beat, more missed chances, another Baptista missed penalty – was this exactly like so many other games?
In a word, no. But only because we kept a clean sheet.
Given that no-one seemed to give two hoots about it, the draw wasn’t surprising, but with Liverpool’s minds on the Champions League final, third should’ve been snapped up. But bygones are bygones, especially when you’re a hulking Brazilian who’s afraid of the rain and zooming back to Madrid in record time.
Various season reviews are on the way, with an analysis of every part of the team, best and worst moments of the year, and then a look forward.
Before that, I’ll leave you with a betting tip. This time last year, when Curbishley left Charlton, I punted that they’d go down this season. They have. Now I’m doing the same for next season, only with Bolton this time.
I just have a funny feeling in my stomach about that. Although that could be the weekend’s alcohol.