George Jones reports
Johnnie Jackson made his 250th appearance for the club in Charlton’s 1-0 victory over Milton Keynes Dons on Boxing Day.
The landmark cap, which was his 470th in senior football, came 2,503 days after he made his Addicks debut on February 20th 2010.
Jackson has bagged 54 goals in Charlton colours, which positions him joint 20th – alongside Bobby Ayre – in our all-time leading goalscorer charts.
The skipper averages a goal every 4.6 matches and, by reaching 250 appearances, he moves up to 37th – with Mark Reid - in the club’s record appearances table.
Since joining Charlton, Jackson has bagged crucial goals aplenty, earning him heroic status in SE7, and below you can watch his first 50 goals for the club, which was released after he hit his half century last November.
JACKSON BY NUMBERS | Skipper hits 250 mark in Boxing Day victory
December 28th, 2016
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