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Charlton fans praise Josh Davison after battling display earns him his first goal

Charlton will likely be happy to have picked up a point at home to West Brom considering injuries led them to deploy fringe players like Ben Dempsey and Alfie Doughty – who have both played less than ten Championship games in 2019/20 – but it was Josh Davison’s inclusion in attack that really paid off.

The 20-year-old scored his first goal for the club to cap off a wonderful story – a journey which took him from Enfield Town to join the Addicks last summer, and now a first professional goal.

Jason Euell praised the contribution and development the youngster has made, with fans also taking time to admire the achievement from the youngster.

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With Lyle Taylor and Macauley Bonne both out injured Davison has played more recently, and his determination to work hard and succeed has been greatly appreciated by the fanbase, who have applauded his effort in return.

It wasn’t just hard work that he displayed on Saturday, however, as he showed brilliant reflexes and striking instinct to head in an equaliser following Naby Sarr’s header across goal.

Adding goals to his game will be vital if he is to continue to get game time at the Valley, particularly as Taylor and Bonne have seven goals in 13 and eight in 20 respectively.

Nevertheless, he is still young and constantly looking to improve, and any positive contribution he make will likely be recognised by fans, as it was on this occasion.

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Meanwhile, the performance of another youngster could mean that the club decides not to make a certain signing this month.

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