Jes Rak-Sakyi is the cover star for Tuesday’s edition of Valley Review as Charlton take on Forest Green Rovers.

In his exclusive interview, the 19-year-old discusses the pressure of stepping up to men’s football after an impressive season at academy level, his career path to date and settling in at The Valley with the support of his family, teammates and the Charlton faithful.

There is a special feature on the Street Violence Ruin Lives (SVRL) campaign with 2022 marking 14 years since the campaign was launched by Charlton Athletic Community Trust (CACT) in response to the tragic death of 18-year-old Charlton fan Rob Knox. The programme takes a deeper dive into the campaign and the work they do against knife and gun crime and street violence, with contributions from CACT's Head of Early Help and Prevention Carl Krauhaus, CACT mentor Jay Adam and the CACT's Crime Reduction and Mentor Manager Paul Robinson.

Elsewhere, there is also a feature on ‘The Year of the Robin’ as author and lifelong Charlton fan Jen Offord sits down down to discuss her new book which dives into the high and lows of the Addicks’ 2019/20 season. The programme features an extract from an exchange Offord shared with club legend Alan Curbishley.

All that and more can be found in Tuesday's matchday programme, available for £3.50 from in and around the ground as well as the Valley Superstore.

Valley Review subscriptions are available for the 2022/23 season, giving UK supporters the opportunity to have every edition delivered to their door. The subscription, priced at £130, is inclusive of matchday programmes for every home league game and the first round of each cup competition. Fans interested should email

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(Article by Tyler Rowlinson)

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