Manager Dean Holden stars on the cover of the final edition of Valley Review, alongside Charlton Upbeats Danny Mardell and Perry Goldstone, for the visit of Port Vale (3pm KO BST).
In his exclusive interview, Holden takes stock of his four months in SE7 to date and outlines his desire for future success.
Charlton Athletic Community Trust's Carl Krauhaus details plans for Saturday's annual Upbeats Day - with over 175 fans set to take on the nine-mile Upbeats Walk, sponsored by DNEL Events, ahead of this weekend's game against Port Vale. The Upbeats will then take to The Valley turf at 1.30pm to take on Everton in the Community’s Down’s syndrome team. Click here to donate to the 2023 Upbeats Walk.
There is also an exclusive interview with former Addick John Humphrey, who made more than 200 appearances for the club across two spells and was named Player of the Year three seasons in a row. The right-back will be dusting his boots off for next month's legends match against Portsmouth at The Valley. Click here to get your tickets.
Valley Review also hears from Academy Director Steve Avory and U18 boss Jason Pearce, who review another successful year of development within the club's esteemed academy.
Meanwhile, Zach Mitchell is the latest player to complete 'The Last Word'.
As always, the matchday programme rounds up all of the latest news from the men's U21s, U18s and the women's team, while Jonny Hancock of the ‘Ale and Vale’ podcast provides the inside track on Saturday's opponents in 'Behind Enemy Lines'.
All that and more can be found in Saturday's Valley Review, available for just £3.50 from in and around the ground.
(Article by Alex Forrest)