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2000–01 Charlton Athletic F.C. season

Charlton Athletic
2000–01 season
Chairman Richard Murray
Manager Alan Curbishley
Stadium The Valley
FA Premier League 9th
FA Cup Fourth round
League Cup Second round
Top goalscorer League:
Jonatan Johansson (11)
All:
Jonatan Johansson (14)
Lowest home attendance 10,037 (vs. Stoke City, 26 September)
Average home league attendance 20,020

During the 2000–01 English football season, Charlton Athletic competed in the FA Premier League.

Season summary

Alan Curbishley and his Charlton side won many admirers after their Division One title glory gained them promotion back to the Premiership at the first time of asking. This time he kept them there with an excellent ninth place finish and 52 points. They would have finished higher still - and possibly qualified for Europe - had their defence not been the leakiest of any in the top 15 and the sixth leakiest in the division. Still, it was a superb achievement for a side who had been among the favourites of many punters to suffer an immediate return to the Nationwide League. The arrival of striker Jason Euell from Wimbledon in a club record deal gave fans hope of more success in 2001-02.

Final league table

Pos Team Pl W D L F A GD Pts
1. Manchester United 38 24 8 6 79 31  +48 80
2. Arsenal 38 20 10 8 63 38  +25 70
3. Liverpool 38 20 9 9 71 39  +32 69
4. Leeds United 38 20 8 10 64 43  +21 68
5. Ipswich Town 38 20 6 12 57 42  +15 66
6. Chelsea 38 17 10 11 68 45  +23 61
7. Sunderland 38 15 12 11 46 41  +5 57
8. Aston Villa 38 13 15 10 46 43  +3 54
9. Charlton Athletic 38 14 10 14 50 57  -7 52
10. Southampton 38 14 10 14 40 48  -8 52
11. Newcastle United 38 14 9 15 44 50  -6 51
12. Tottenham Hotspur 38 13 10 15 47 54  -7 49
13. Leicester City 38 14 6 18 39 51  -12 48
14. Middlesbrough 38 9 15 14 44 44  0 42
15. West Ham United 38 10 12 16 45 50  -5 42
16. Everton 38 11 9 18 45 59  -14 42
17. Derby County 38 10 12 16 37 59  -22 42
18. Manchester City 38 8 10 20 41 65  -24 34
19. Coventry City 38 8 10 20 36 63  -27 34
20. Bradford City 38 5 11 22 30 70  -40 26
Key
Qualified for the Champions League
Qualified for the UEFA Cup
Relegated to Division 1

Results

Charlton Athletic's score comes first[1]

Legend

Win Draw Loss

FA Premier League

Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Scorers
19 August 2000 Manchester City H 4-0 20,043 Hunt, Robinson, Kinsella, Stuart (pen)
23 August 2000 Everton A 0-3 36,300
26 August 2000 Arsenal A 3-5 38,025 Hunt (2), Stuart
6 September 2000 Southampton H 1-1 20,043 Johansson
10 September 2000 Derby County A 2-2 22,310 Jensen, Johansson
16 September 2000 Tottenham Hotspur H 1-0 20,043 Johansson
23 September 2000 Newcastle United A 1-0 50,866 Stuart
30 September 2000 Coventry City H 2-2 20,043 Hunt, Johansson
14 October 2000 Leeds United A 1-3 38,837 Jensen
21 October 2000 Middlesbrough H 1-0 20,043 Svensson
28 October 2000 Aston Villa A 1-2 27,461 Dublin (own goal)
4 November 2000 Bradford City H 2-0 19,655 Johansson, Stuart
11 November 2000 Ipswich Town A 0-2 22,263
18 November 2000 Chelsea H 2-0 20,043 Johansson, Pringle
25 November 2000 Sunderland H 0-1 20,043
2 December 2000 Liverpool A 0-3 43,515
9 December 2000 Manchester United H 3-3 20,043 Bartlett (2), Robinson
16 December 2000 Leicester City A 1-3 19,371 Johansson
23 December 2000 Everton H 1-0 20,043 Svensson
26 December 2000 West Ham United A 0-5 35,704
30 December 2000 Manchester City A 4-1 30,499 Johansson (2), Stuart (pen), Jensen
1 January 2001 Arsenal H 1-0 20,043 Johansson
13 January 2001 Southampton A 0-0 15,220
22 January 2001 West Ham United H 1-1 20,043 Bartlett
30 January 2001 Derby County H 2-1 20,043 Svensson, Parker
3 February 2001 Tottenham Hotspur A 0-0 35,368
11 February 2001 Newcastle United H 2-0 20,043 Svensson, Bartlett
24 February 2001 Coventry City A 2-2 19,480 Rufus, Johansson
3 March 2001 Middlesbrough A 0-0 28,177
17 March 2001 Leeds United H 1-2 20,043 Bartlett
1 April 2001 Leicester City H 2-0 20,043 Todd, Bartlett
10 April 2001 Manchester United A 1-2 67,505 Fish
13 April 2001 Bradford City A 0-2 17,511
17 April 2001 Aston Villa H 3-3 20,043 Boateng (own goal), Jensen (pen), Kinsella
21 April 2001 Chelsea A 1-0 34,983 Bartlett
30 April 2001 Ipswich Town H 2-1 20,043 Svensson, Rufus
5 May 2001 Sunderland A 2-3 47,671 Svensson, Jensen
19 May 2001 Liverpool H 0-4 20,043

FA Cup

Main article: 2000-01 FA Cup
Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
R3 6 January 2001 Dagenham & Redbridge H 1-1 19,059 Salako
R3R 27 January 2001 Dagenham & Redbridge A 1-0 (a.e.t.) 5,394 Newton
R4 7 February 2001 Tottenham Hotspur H 2-4 24,637 Powell, Svensson

League Cup

Round Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers
R2 1st Leg 20 September 2000 Stoke City A 1-2 9,388 Johansson
R2 2nd Leg 26 September 2000 Stoke City H 4-3 (lost on away goals) 10,037 Lisbie (2), Johansson (2)

First-team squad

Squad at end of season[2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Republic of Ireland GK Dean Kiely[3]
2 Bulgaria DF Radostin Kishishev
3 England DF Chris Powell
4 England MF Graham Stuart
5 England DF Richard Rufus
7 England MF Shaun Newton
8 Republic of Ireland MF Mark Kinsella
9 England FW Andy Hunt
11 Wales MF John Robinson
12 England DF Steve Brown
13 Serbia and Montenegro GK Saša Ilić[4]
14 Sweden FW Martin Pringle
16 Scotland DF Greg Shields
No. Position Player
17 England MF Scott Parker
18 England DF Paul Konchesky
19 England DF Andy Todd
20 Denmark MF Claus Jensen
21 Finland FW Jonatan Johansson
26 Sweden FW Mathias Svensson
28 England MF John Salako
29 England FW Kevin Lisbie
30 England FW Charlie MacDonald
31 Iran MF Karim Bagheri
35 England GK Tony Caig
36 South Africa DF Mark Fish
37 South Africa FW Shaun Bartlett (on loan from FC Zürich)

Left club during season

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
6 England DF Carl Tiler (to Portsmouth)
25 England FW Leigh Hales (to Dover Athletic)
No. Position Player
27 England MF Kemal Izzet (to Colchester United)

Reserve squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
10 England FW Clive Mendonca
15 England DF Eddie Youds
22 England GK Ben Roberts
23 England DF Anthony Allman
24 England DF Jonathan Fortune
No. Position Player
32 Nigeria DF Danny Shittu
33 England MF David Collis
34 England FW Mark Royal
Republic of Ireland MF Neil McCafferty

Statistics

Starting 11

Considering starts in all competitions[5]

Transfers

In

Out

Loan out

References

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