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Goals from Ryan Flynn and John Brayford give the League One side victory

Charlton Athletic have confirmed they are in takeover talks with a Belgian millionaire

Charlton Athletic announce takeover talks are taking place with Belgian millionaire Rolan Duchatelet

Addicks chairman Michael Slater confirmed that 'very constructive discussions' had taken place over a proposed £14m takeover

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Fernando Forestieri scores for Watford in their 4-0 win over Millwall

Championship round-up: David Nugent penalty sends Leicester City top as Derby's winning run is halted by Huddersfield

Elsewhere there were wins for Middlesbrough Ipswich and Watford

Lawrie Wilson, pictured earlier in the season against Wigan, scored twice for Charlton in their 3-2 win over Brighton

Charlton Athletic 3 Brighton 2 match report: Addicks record just their third win of the season thanks to Lawrie Wilson's double

Charlton came back from a goal down to hold on to a crucial victory despite late Seagulls surge

David Coleman's highlights programmes stood out in an era of limited choice

Kevin Garside: When I was a boy, ‘Sportsnight with Coleman’ was my window on another world of sporting exotica, kindling a love of the real thing

Instead of some kitchen-sink drama, I was immersed in a world of winners and losers

Championship round-up: Burnley go top but Derby are emerging as genuine title contenders with seventh straight win

QPR's slip-up to Leicester allowed Burnley to leapfrog them with victory over Blackpool

David Coleman has died aged 87

David Coleman: Former BBC commentator dies aged 87

Coleman covered the Olympics among others for the BBC for nearly 50 years with his final swansong coming at the 2000 Sydney Games

Teemu Pukki scored the winner in the 28th minute from close range to extend his side’s unbeaten run in the league to 15 games and keep them on course to retain their title

Round-up: Teemu Pukki strikes it lucky for Celtic against Hibernian

Celtic bounced back from their Champions’ League hammering by Barcelona with a 1-0 home win against Hibernian in the Scottish Premiership.

Dave Nugent scores from the spot in the days early kick-off between Leicester and Burnley
Chris Wood fires a shot at goal during Leicester's 3-0 win over Millwall

Championship Round-Up: Leicester go top thanks to Millwall victory while Burnley suffer defeat at Huddersfield

Elsewhere there were wins for Blackpool and Yeovil while Barnsley's 3-0 defeat to Birmingham sees David Flitcroft sacked

The Sport Matrix: Thursday 28 November 2013

United surge into knockout stages as City struggle to win

Queens Park Rangers 1 Charlton Athletic 0 match report: Charlie Austin powers home to hail Harry Redknapp milestone

QPR celebrated Harry Redknapp’s 30 years in football management yesterday with a spectacular winning goal by Charlie Austin that was a more fitting tribute to his career to date than the rest of the game.

Round-up: It’s treble top as Burnley are
held by Forest

Queens Park Rangers and Leicester City took advantage of Burnley’s 1-1 draw at Nottingham Forest yesterday to move level on points with Sean Dyche’s side at the top of the Championship.

James Buckley has been caught up in a Twitter row with Iain Dowie's son Oliver over a Crystal Palace return

Inbetweeners star James Buckley in Twitter argument with the son of Iain Dowie after he emerges as favourite for Crystal Palace job

Oliver Dowie jumped to the defence of his father after lifelong Eagles fan Buckley labelled the former Palace boss a 'tried and tested failure'

Chris Coleman faces the media in Cardiff

I never wanted to swap Wales job for Crystal Palace return, claims Chris Coleman

The former Fulham manager has signed a new two-year contract with the national side

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