Saturday’s official matchday programme is a bumper 92-page edition dedicated to the career of Johnnie Jackson.
Charlton’s talismanic captain is retiring as a player at the end of the season and the club will be paying tribute to his service to the Addicks when Blackburn Rovers visit SE7.
Valley Review features a massive 10-page interview with Jackson in which he reflects on his career as a whole, including the ups and downs of his eight years as a Charlton player as he reveals his favourite goal and individual moment while he also looks ahead to a future on the touchline.
Elsewhere, we break down all 55 of his Addicks goals and journey back through the timeline of an eventful career which began at White Hart Lane and ended at The Valley, while Jackson himself pens an open letter to the fans.
Meanwhile, club legend Chris Powell pens a special column in which he pays tribute to the man he made captain and supporters can read a short extract from the former boss’ article by clicking here.
Another former manager in Phil Parkinson also makes comment on Jackson’s retirement within the pages of Valley Review, while supporters also share their favourite memories of the skipper.
As well as all the tributes to Jackson, there Lee Bowyer pens his latest notes in which he looks back at two fine victories on the road, while Nicky Ajose and Josh Magennis reflect on last weekend’s memorable victory at Portsmouth.
Academy round-up provides reports from the U18s and U23s as they sign off their regular season with victories before heading into the play-offs, while the final look back at the most memorable Valley moments of the last 25 years features the play-off semi-final victory over Ipswich Town in 1998.
All this and more can be found in Valley Review which is available to purchase from in and around the ground on Saturday, as well as in the Valley Superstore for £5.
Back issues are available from the 2017/18 season delivered to your door. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Ticket Office on 03330 14 44 44 for more information.
The club’s 2017/18 handbook is also available to purchase from both the Superstore and the Ticket Office for £5.