Igor Vetokele takes centre stage in Saturday’s official matchday programme for the visit of Portsmouth.
The Angola international Charlton journey has taken many a twist and turn since first arriving in SE7 in 2014 and, in an in-depth, six-page feature, he speaks candidly on the reasons why he feels he has struggled to repeat his early performances and why Charlton is a much happier place now than his previous experience, as well as revealing why he has taken on a law degree.
Elsewhere in the 64-page programme, Josh Cullen reflects on last weekend’s draw with Doncaster Rovers, while Lee Bowyer pens his latest manager’s column.
As usual, there is plenty of historical content as we take a trip down memory lane with a look back at four memorable encounters against Pompey, while the Charlton Museum take a closer look at another historical artefact that has recently been discovered.
Meanwhile, the club’s record goalscorer Derek Hales is the next legend to name his best XI based on the layers he played alongside at The Valley in what is, perhaps, the most stand-out editions of the feature to date.
On Red, White and Black Day, there is a special feature which takes a close look at the groundbreaking equality and diversity campaign, while all the latest academy action is rounded up and Ellie Bailes is the next Charlton Women’s team player to take on ‘100 to One’ as we get to know a bit more about her.
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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