Date:Thursday February 23 2006
Charlton boss Alan Curbishley was happy enough with a point, just the second his side has picked up on the road in eight attempts.
Alan Curbishley: 'It looked like a stalemate all along, really,' he admitted. 'I think at the end of it, Glenn would have taken the point.
'I don't think anybody quite deserved to have won it, although we looked that little bit stronger in the last 15 minutes and had a couple of decent situations that we didn't take full advantage of. But it would have been cruel on any side who lost that tonight.
'It was a bonus game and we have picked another point up, but most importantly for us, we have kept a clean sheet, because our away record in recent months has been desperate. It needed to be changed around.'
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