Jason Pearce, the interim manager of Charlton Athletic, was happy to see Miles Leaburn return from injury yesterday night.
In the Papa John’s Trophy, League Two team Crawley Town defeated Charlton Athletic 4-3 on the road.

Along with Tyreece Campbell and George Dobson, Leaburn, 19, was able to register a point. He has been sidelined for the past few weeks due to an ankle ailment, but he still managed to log some crucial minutes, which is good for his club.

It’s fantastic to see Miles back, Pearce said on the club’s official website. The fact that he played well for a while was crucial, and the goal was certainly an added benefit.

“It’s great for young Josh Laqeretabua to come on and make his debut, and it’s encouraging to see some of the other youngsters who have recently joined get some playing time and understand how we want to play.

So while there are some advantages, we are ultimately dissatisfied because we wanted to win the game. We have to do better.

A victory for Charlton

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Leaburn’s return gives Charlton a major boost as they try to turn things around in League One. After a difficult start to the new campaign, the Addicks have decided to break ways with former Bristol City manager Dean Holden and are looking for a new manager to take his place.

They recently defeated Fleetwood Town 2-1 at The Valley, and they’ll be feeling well going into their road encounter against Stevenage after the break.

Leaburn had played for Chelsea’s youth before joining the London team in 2019. He made his first-team debut during the previous season and went on to make 40 appearances across all competitions, contributing with 13 goals—not a bad showing for a teenager.

He is a guy with much of potential, and he will be hoping for more of the same coming season. The Addicks will undoubtedly fight to retain him in the future, but for the time being, the prospect will be eager to make a strong impression after playing against Crawley.

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