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Loan Round-Up: Famewo misses out on play-offs with Charlton

10 May 2021

Charlton Athletic were beaten to the League One play-off places by Oxford United on the final day of the season on Sunday.

The Addicks won both of their games last week, 3-1 against Lincoln City and 1-0 against Hull City, Akin Famewo playing the full 90 minutes in each game, but six points weren’t enough.

Oxford rose to sixth on goal difference, leaving Nigel Adkins’ side to end the season in seventh.

Further down the table, Milton Keynes Dons came 13th in the third tier following Saturday’s 3-0 defeat at home to Rochdale, Louis Thompson coming on in the 31st minute for Russell Martin’s side.

In the Championship, Coventry City finished the season in 16th after thrashing Millwall 6-1 at St. Andrew’s Stadium on Saturday, Sam McCallum playing the full 90 minutes.

In League Two, William Hondermarck played 60 minutes of Harrogate Town’s 4-1 loss at Cheltenham Town as the former finished the season in 17th.

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Overseas, Danel Sinani got on the scoresheet for Waasland-Beveren, but it wasn’t enough as they lost 5-2 at home to RFC Seraing in the second leg of the Belgian second division play-offs to be relegated to the First Division B.

HNK Rijeka lost 5-1 at home to table-toppers Dinamo Zagreb to remain fourth in the 1. HNL, Josip Drmic featuring for 70 minutes.

Karlsurher SC lost 3-2 at Fortuna Dusseldorf on Monday before drawing 2-2 away to Greuther Furth on the weekend to go ninth in the 2. Bundesliga, Philip Heise playing 167 minutes across the two fixtures.

Finally, Dan Adshead came on in the 64th minute of SC Telstar’s 4-1 defeat at Den Bosch on Friday to go 13th in the Eerste Divisie.

Players who weren’t included in matchday squads: Timm Klose (FC Basel), Isak Thorvaldsson (IA Akranes), Tom Trybull (Blackburn Rovers), Tyrese Omotoye (Swindon Town), Gassan Ahadme (Real Oviedo), Archie Mair (King’s Lynn Town)

Players whose teams didn’t play last week: Aidan Fitzpatrick (Queen of the South), Rocky Bushiri (K.A.S. Eupen)

Image credit: Charlton Athletic (Famewo), Harrogate Town (Hondermarck)


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