Parkinson focused on Leeds clash

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Charlton boss Phil Parkinson insists Saturday's showdown with Leeds means his side do not have time to feel sorry for themselves after losing their unbeaten record.

The Addicks head to Elland Road on the back of a shock 3-0 defeat at Parkinson's former club Colchester on Tuesday night.

"It was a night when everything that could go wrong, did go wrong, but now we have to regroup and make sure it was just one of those nights," he said. "Leeds drew on Tuesday and a lot of the teams around us drew or were beaten, so it sets Saturday up nicely for us."

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