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Clean Sheets 2019/2020 Season

A few questions have been raised, as to how good our defence is in this division.

Last season our defence was rock solid (playoffs apart) it’s a big step up this season, and we are up against better attacking players.

I think we’ve had a cracking start to the season, but am longing for us to get into a groove of having clean sheets game after game.

Im just wondering who our first clean sheet will be against this season, in the league ( I’ve got no idea) and how many clean sheets we kept last season / how many we normally keep in a season?


I’m predicting 12 clean sheets for the season.

Comments

  • Took four games to keep a clean sheet last season

    Even then we only kept seven up until January
  • edited August 20
    Clean  sheets are for monks. 

    In all other cases as long as you score more goals than you let in then you're fine.
  • 1st clean sheet. 
    Forest tonight. 
    You heard it here first. 
  • edited August 21
    In my opinion, you can’t get out of this division (upwardly) playing rock and roll football , clean sheets are a necessity for success, but we’re doing all right at the moment! 

    More points at the moment than Barnsley and Luton we’ve had a decent start, but need to try and keep it going as long as possible.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/championship/table
  • I wash mine every two weeks.
  • Reading.
  • Took four games to keep a clean sheet last season

    Even then we only kept seven up until January
    It was at that point that Phillips came in - and we had a more settled defence from then on
  • Took four games to keep a clean sheet last season

    Even then we only kept seven up until January
    It was at that point that Phillips came in - and we had a more settled defence from then on
    It was Purrington coming in that made the big difference. Dillon was excellent, but no better than Steer really
  • Took four games to keep a clean sheet last season

    Even then we only kept seven up until January
    It was at that point that Phillips came in - and we had a more settled defence from then on
    It was Purrington coming in that made the big difference. Dillon was excellent, but no better than Steer really
    Yeah you have to remember that Phillips started the season and only kept the one clean sheet before being replaced by Steer
  • edited August 21
    I don't know if anyone on here has got either got the info they can copy and paste on here ( i haven't got the time at the moment) but i would love to know how many clean sheets we've kept in the last 10 years, (home and away) how many points we got and what our final league position was ( real anorack / train spotting stuff i know)  i just find this kinda stuff interesting, at least it show what you've got to aim for if you want to be successful.
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  • edited August 21
    I don't know if anyone on here has got either got the info they can copy and paste on here ( i haven't got the time at the moment) but i would love to know how many clean sheets we've kept in the last 10 years, (home and away) how many points we got and what our final league position was ( real anorack / train spotting stuff i know)  i just find this kinda stuff interesting, at least it show what you've got to aim for if you want to be successful.
    Statto is a good website for that sort of thing - Only covers up to 2016/17 season though

    http://www.statto.com/football/teams/charlton-athletic/

    Edit: Sadly only gives last season as the rest of the yearly stats arent working
  • I thought this thread was gonna be for incontinence advice....
  • Yay, first one of the season!
  • About bloody time... Defence has deserved it for a while

    Knew it would happen today though, said above that it took four games last season before getting one
  • 2 down, fought like tigers today.
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