Saturday 1st November 2008
Match Fifteen: Charlton 1-3
After clinching their first win on the road four days earlier, The Reds produced a stunning performance to claim their first ever victory at Charlton.
Jon Macken fired The Reds in front after just three minutes and doubled the advantage on 17. Darren Moore headed in the third after just 39 minutes, before Mark Hudson headed a consolation on 75 minutes.
Saturday 8th November 2008
One of the most controversial games of recent times saw the Blades take the spoils.
Both sides went down to 10 men when Ugo Ehiogu and Anderson De Silva were dismissed for fighting, but the major talking point surrounded Chris Morgan's elbow on Iain Hume which left the striker with a fractured skull and out for the rest of the season.
James Beattie fired the Blades in front after 20 minutes and then slotted home a penalty five minutes from time, awarded for a handball against Rob Kozluk by a linesman over
Kayode Odejayi nodded in his only goal of the season two minutes later.
Saturday 15th November 2008
A highly emotional match went
Things looked like going against the plan when Tommy Smith put
Saturday 22nd November 2008
Another late goal denied The Reds some points. Richard Chaplow had put the Lilywhites in front after 21 minutes despite Dennis Souza being clearly fouled in the build-up but Jamal Campbell-Ryce equalised with a fine strike on 33.
The Reds looked to have earned a share of the spoils but Sean St Ledger hit a wild effort with two minutes to go that deflected and looped over Heinz Muller.
Monday 24th November 2008
The Reds moved up to 14th with a rollercoaster of a win against
Jon Macken produced a smart finish on 18 minutes to put The Reds in front, but real controversy surrounded the second goal three minutes into the second half. Campbell-Ryce's effort from
Saturday 29th November 2008
As so often happens,
The Reds dominated the game but fell behind due to one lapse in concentration. Nathan Tyson's cross was left by the Reds defence and Joe Garner gratefully headed home.
P:6 W:3 D:0 L: A:9 GD:+2 Points:9
Top Scorer: Jon Macken (3)