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Bouazza Stars in Addicks Win!

Bouazza Stars in Addicks Win!

After letting Hameur Bouazza go out on loan to Championship side Charlton Athletic, the winger put on an inspired display as Charlton took Reading to the cleaners.

Bouazza, sticking to the left flank, scored his first Charlton goal as well as creating havoc with a Reading defence that were at sixes and sevens, at times.

Now the only question I have; is why couldn`t he do that for us last season?



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Saturday August 23 2008
Time: 8:41PM

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I think first team action is what he needs really. I think he'll be able to get some games under his belt at Charlton and come back to us a better player.
jackbarendse
24/08/2008 02:40:00
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Spoke to a mate last night, a Charlton fan who went up to the game. He was waxing lyrical about your boy.
pentonpompey
24/08/2008 08:38:00
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He is a good player with pace and some natural talent. Start of last season he was brilliant for us, then he got injured and when he came back he was barely a 1/10th of the player he was before. From what I saw at the beginning of last season I reckon we should keep hold of him because he is a dangerous player
donfulham
24/08/2008 09:35:00
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i like it when he plays well, it puts the price up :-)
Al Billy
24/08/2008 11:15:00
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I still think he could be a good player for us, but then again i said that about another left winger and look what happend there!
oranje_emu
24/08/2008 16:34:00
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think he s still relatively young n hav experience at international level hope he wil play regularly there in championship n stay fit this season to giv RH something to think about in left wing options next season
genuch
25/08/2008 11:13:00
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