Tag: Karl Robinson
Stepy Mavididi will return to the Charlton side this weekend after recovering from another serious hamstring problem.
Karl Robinson has left Charlton Athletic by mutual consent just as Arsenal loanee Stephy Mavididi finally returns to fitness, in another stroke of bad luck for the youngster.
On loan forward Stephy Mavididi will be out for eight weeks with a hamstring injury, Charlton have confirmed.
Stephy Mavididi could be out for three weeks after pulling his hamstring against Oxford United.
Stephy Mavididi marked his loan move to Charlton with a stylish first professional goal that ended a run of eight games without a win.
Charlton Atheltic manager Karl Robinson says he's excited to work with Stephy Mavididi again, after the Arsenal youngster completed a loan move to the club.
Manager Karl Robinson revealed Charlton looked at signing Eddie Nketiah in the summer, while admitting they're in the market for a goalscorer in January.
Charlton defender and u20 World Cup champion Ezri Konsa is set to leave the club in January, according to his manager, with Arsenal, Everton and Liverpool all reportedly interested.
Charlton Athletic boss Karl Robinson claims that a number of Premier League clubs have been in contact in the League One side over 19-year-old Ezri Konsa.
Charlton boss, Karl Robinson, has revealed that his club was never given the chance to meet with Stephy Mavididi and discuss another loan move, despite the Addicks wanting to take him.
Arsenal's talented teenage striker, Stephy Mavididi, will complete his recovery from injury by beginning pre-season training in July.
Charlton Athletic manager, Karl Robinson, claims he wants to bring Stephy Mavididi on loan against next season.
Charlton Athletic’s Karl Robinson has backed Stephy Mavididi to succeed at Arsenal despite suffering an injury that cut short his season.
Charlton Athletic have confirmed Stephy Mavididi has returned to Arsenal, having sustained a season-ending hamstring injury last weekend.
Three Arsenal players' loan clubs were in action on Tuesday night.
Stephy Mavididi was reportedly in tears when he learned his season was over after tearing his hamstring against Bury.
Stephy Mavididi has certainly made a name for himself in the short time he’s been at Charlton.
Stephy Mavididi was stretchered off late in the game with what seems to be a serious hamstring injury.
Stephy Mavididi played the full 90 minutes for Charlton Athletic as they lost at home to Oxford United but the Arsenal man came close to scoring a number of times for the League One side and was hailed by fans.
MK Don’s boss, Karl Robinson, has called on the powers-that-be to ban Yaya Sanogo for the rest of the season. The Arsenal forward was sent...