The latest episode of Valley Stories is due to hit Valley Pass next week with John Robinson sitting down to discuss his eventful 10-year career as a Charlton player.
The Addicks legend joins Club Journalist Olly Groome for a 1hour, 40minute chat about all things Charlton as well as his beginning as a youngster at Brighton and his international career with Wales which saw him earn 33 caps.
Amongst the highlights of his in-depth interview, Robinson discusses his anger at being left out of the 1998 Play-Off final against Sunderland at Wembley and his close relationship with Alan Curbishley, who he spent 15 years of his career alongside from the Goldstone Ground to The Valley.
The former winger also talks about some of his most memorable moments including his stunning goal away at Huddersfield Town in 1999 and his equaliser in the epic 3-3 draw with Manchester United a year later, with both goals coming with some rather interesting backstories behind the subsequent celebrations.
Robinson’s Valley Stories is the sixth in the popular series which has already seen Alan Curbishley, Keith Peacock, Johnnie Jackson, Lee Bowyer and Colin Walsh sit down for in-depth interviews about their lives and careers and subscribers can watch them all on Valley Pass now by clicking here.
Supporters will be able to watch Robinson’s episode when it is released next week (week commencing Monday, June 11th)
Click here for information on how you can subscribe to Valley Pass, Charlton’s premium video content platform which also includes highlights, matchday commentary and a massive archive of highlights of every single Charlton game from the last 28 years.