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Iwelumo Dive Helps Addicks to a Draw

Iwelumo Dive Helps Addicks to a Draw

Former Colchester striker Chris Iwelumo dived to 'con' the Referee into sending the outstanding Matt Connolly off.

The sending off came after Colchester totaly outplayed their former premiership visitors who until the dismissal were not even in the game.

First half goals from Mark Yeates and Kevin Lisbie, before the Addicks pulled one back had seen the comfortable Colchester take the game to Charlton.

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Date:Saturday September 15 2007
Time: 6:01PM


Yeah good result all round, 10 men against Charlton a dtraw i'll take that.
StevieG Col U
16/09/2007 20:07:00
Not a bad one
21/09/2007 08:46:00
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