What the papers say: Millwall and Charlton both slip up again
No points in the first two games for south-east London sides Charlton and Millwall - and the panic is starting to set in.
The Addicks fell to a 1-0 defeat against Middlesbrough at The Valley on Saturday thanks to a Lukas Jutkiewicz header, while Lions crumbled to a 3-0 loss at Ipswich.
The Daily Star said the Middlesbrough goal was down to a "dreadful mistake by Yann Kermorgant" when the Frenchman headed into the path of the former Everton striker.
The Daily Mail said "Middlesbrough dominated".
But manager Chris Powell told Eurosport he wasn't going to panic yet. "We had one or two incidents but not enough for me," he said. "We've got to be a bit more streetwise but just one result can turn it around in this division."
Matters were not much better for Millwall at Portman Road. The Independent said the Lions were their own worst enemy, especially after own goals from Shane Lowry and Mark Beevers.
Meanwhile, the Daily Star says Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy who still lives on the south-east London/Kent border, will be avoiding Bromley high street for a while after masterminding the victory over his old side.
Millwall's manager Steve Lomas cut a disappointing figure, telling the Millwall FC website: The first goal was a mistake when we should have cleared the ball, and we went a bit ragged after that when we should have carried on doing the right things that we had been doing at the start of the second half.
"A couple of the goals conceded from our point of view were very, very poor and I'm disappointed with that."