Jonny Williams stars as the main feature in Saturday’s official matchday programme for the visit of Southend United to The Valley.
The midfielder made the move across south London in early January and has already become somewhat of a fan-favourite with the Valley faithful thanks to his forward-thinking performances.
The Wales international sat down to give a frank interview about his enjoyable start to life as an Addick, including why he enjoyed victory over Accrington Stanley so much, the difficulties of the past and the ins and outs of his role in Netflix’s ‘Sunderland ‘Til I Die’ documentary.
Elsewhere, Igor Vetokele discusses his return to action after a spell on the sidelines, while Lee Bowyer reflects on a frustrating couple of weeks in his latest manager’s column.
As always, Valley Review features plenty of historical content with a look back at four past encounters against the Shrimpers including a seven-goal thriller in 1994 which marked the opening of The Valley’s East Stand, while Steve Gritt is the latest legend to pick his all-time Charlton XI.
There is also a special column by historian and author, Richard Redden, who discovers an unusual link to the club in the form of a Texan town in the USA named Addicks.
Meanwhile, all the latest academy action is rounded up with reports from the U23s as they find themselves in red-hot form and we get the lowdown on the Proud Valiants as the club celebrates Football v Homophobia in SE7 on Saturday.
All this and more can be found in Valley Review which is available to purchase from in and around ground, as well as in the Valley Superstore for £3.
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