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The Addicks nickname never went away and was revived by fans after the club lost its Valley home in 1985 and went into exile at Crystal Palace.
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Addicks and nickname
The club's traditional kit consists of red shirts, white shorts and red socks and their most commonly used nickname is The Addicks.
The progression of the nickname can be seen in the book The Addicks Cartoons: An Affectionate Look into the Early History of Charlton Athletic, which covers the pre-First World War history of Charlton through a narrative based on 56 cartoons which appeared in the now defunct Kentish Independent.
Addicks and went
Powell won his opening four games at Charlton, but then went 11 games without a win, falling out of the play-off places and leaving the Addicks in mid-table by the end of the season.
Addicks and away
Despite the move away from the Valley, Charlton were promoted to the First Division as Second Division runners-up at the end of 1985 – 86, and remained at this level for four years ( achieving a highest league finish of 14th ) often with late escapes, most notably against Leeds in 1987, where the Addicks triumphed in extra-time of the play-off final replay to secure their top flight place.
Addicks and was
Early in the following season the Addicks were linked with a foreign takeover, but this was swiftly denied by the club.
Among the theories on the origin of the Addicks name are that it was the south-east London pronunciation of either " addict " or " athletic ".
Walsh was given a chance in Division Three and struck up a brilliant front line with Addicks great Derek Hales.
Traoré was sent off on his Addicks debut on 19 August, after receiving two yellow cards, the latter of which was for hauling down West Ham's Marlon Harewood.
The Addicks manager, Alan Curbishley, was reportedly prepared to axe six of his players to buy the Norwich youngster.
Most obvious to the public was the bitter division in the Republican Party caused, in part, by the ambitions of J. Edward Addicks for a seat in the U. S. Senate.
Townsend was elected to the Delaware House of Representatives and served one term during the 1903-04 session as a member of the Addicks, or Union Republican, faction of the Republican Party.
Two years later, in 1896, he was elected Governor, defeating the Union ( Addicks ) Republican Party candidate, James R. Hoffecker, and the regular Republican Party candidate John C. Higgins.
Most obvious to the public was the unprecedented division in the Republican Party caused, in part, by the ambitions of J. Edward " Gas " Addicks for a seat in the U. S. Senate.
In spite of all this progress, the General Assembly was unable to resolve the Addicks issue until 1903, with the nationally embarrassing result that Delaware spent two years with no representation at all in the U. S. Senate.
Another reason behind the success of the Addicks effort was the resentment many had for the established Republican leaders in New Castle County.
While Lea was certainly an old time Republican industrialist of New Castle County, he was different in that he saw the positive side of Addicks ' efforts, formed close friendships with rising young politicians from lower Delaware like John G. Townsend, Jr., and was counted among the Union Republicans.
Like his predecessor, Pennewill began his career as an Addicks Republican, but was dedicated to reuniting the party.
Addicks was a wealthy gas company industrialist from Philadelphia, who had established a residence in northern Delaware.
He bagged a brace in a 4 – 1 FA Cup win over Rochdale at The Valley in January 2005 — his first strikes for the club, and was on target as the Addicks stuttered past Yeovil Town in the fourth round, but the Addicks failed to progress further and they were knocked out by Leicester City, 2 – 1.
Addicks and by
Buffalo Bayou is impounded in the upper watershed by the Addicks and Barker Reservoirs which regulate the bayou's flood flows.
1961: Voters in Katy ISD and in the Addicks community, agreed to consolidation of the defunct Addicks ISD with Katy ISD, and the present boundaries of the district were increased by 55 square miles ( 142 km² ).
Under much pressure, Addicks did finally compromise by allowing his lieutenant, Allee, to be elected to one of the U. S. Senate seats on March 2, 1903.
He filled the vacancy in the term commencing March 4, 1895, caused by the on-going Addicks controversy.
Addicks and after
Houston ISD absorbed portions of the White Oak Independent School District in 1937 and portions of the Addicks Independent School District after its dissolution.
Defeat on the final day of the season relegated the Addicks back to Division One, and Barnes announced his retirement as a player after 20 years.
It also created a state-wide, moderately progressive, Republican Party, which become a state-wide majority, particularly after the 1905 end of the highly personal Addicks controversy.
Within a year after the election, Addicks suffered major personal and business setbacks and completely withdrew from Delaware politics.
Addicks and lost
Addicks and 1985
He rapidly became the Addicks ' star player playing as a winger and helping Charlton to promotion to the First Division at the end of the 1985 – 86 season.
Addicks and into
Charlton's Bert Turner scored an own goal in the eightieth minute before equalising for the Addicks a minute later to take them into extra time, but they conceded three further goals in the extra period.
For the 1991 – 92 season and part of the 1992 – 93 season, the Addicks played at West Ham's Upton Park as Wimbledon had moved into Selhurst Park alongside Crystal Palace.
However, as gas company millionaire and Philadelphia native, J. Edward " Gas " Addicks poured campaign money into the Republican Party organization, young businessmen and politicians, tired of the long dominance of the Democrats, responded and joined up.
The established party leaders could not abide the thought of supporting the " carpetbagger " Addicks, and rebuffed him and the newcomers he brought into the party with him.
Addicks and at
Three years later the Addicks won the Division Three championship in 1929 and they remained at the Division Two level for four years.
Matters did not improve under caretaker manager Phil Parkinson, and a 3 – 1 defeat at Sheffield United saw the Addicks four points adrift at the bottom of the Championship as 2009 dawned, under threat of their first relegation to English football's third tier for 29 years.
He signed for Charlton Athletic from Erith & Belvedere in 1950 as a back-up for the Addicks first choice goalkeeper at the time Sam Bartram.
In the meantime Allee and Addicks ’ efforts continued to bear fruit to the extent that their supporters became a majority at the 1896 Republican State Convention.