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Northern Ireland striker Conor Washington ruled out of Italy clash due to injury

Charlton striker Conor Washington has been ruled out of Northern Ireland’s opening World Cup qualifier against Italy through injury and is expected to miss all three upcoming fixtures. The 28-year-old was substituted just a few minutes into the Addicks’ Sky Bet League One draw with AFC Wimbledon on Saturday and...
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Injured Conor Washington pulls out of Northern Ireland squad

Charlton striker Conor Washington has been ruled out of Northern Ireland’s opening World Cup qualifiers through injury. The 28-year-old was withdrawn just a few minutes into the Addicks’ League One draw with AFC Wimbledon on Saturday with what manager Nigel Adkins indicated was a hamstring and back problem. Ian Baraclough...
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Conor Washington could miss Northern Ireland’s World Cup qualifiers

Conor Washington is an injury doubt for Northern Ireland’s upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Italy and Bulgaria. Washington was substituted just a few minutes into Charlton’s 2-2 draw at AFC Wimbledon in League One on Saturday. “He’s got a problem with his hamstring or lower back so that’s got to...
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Conor Washington rescues point for Charlton against Shrewsbury

Conor Washington’s third goal of the week earned Charlton a share of the points as they drew 1-1 with Shrewsbury at The Valley. The forward netted a match-winning brace in midweek against Northampton and his 78th-minute strike stopped the Addicks from slipping straight back into their previous poor run of form at home.
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Conor Washington double downs Northampton

Conor Washington scored twice as Charlton claimed a first home victory in nine League One matches with a 2-1 win over relegation-threatened Northampton. The striker converted from the penalty spot in the 65th minute before lashing in a second late on, with the Cobblers pulling a goal back at the death through debutant Alex Jones.
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Charlton boss Lee Bowyer hails Conor Washington and Albie Morgan

Charlton manager Lee Bowyer praised Conor Washington and Albie Morgan as the Addicks defeated strugglers Northampton 2-1. Washington netted twice in the second half while Morgan also excelled on his return to the side as Charlton claimed a first home victory in nine League One games. Bowyer said: “With Conor...
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Conor Washington a doubt as Charlton host Portsmouth

Charlton manager Lee Bowyer is sweating over the fitness of Conor Washington ahead of his side’s Sky Bet League One clash against Portsmouth. Washington was sent for a scan after he was unable to continue in Charlton’s 1-0 win over MK Dons on Tuesday. Dutch defender Ian Maatsen is set...