Ben Purrington stars as the main feature in Tuesday evening’s programme for the visit of Burton Albion.
Since the left-back arrived at The Valley on loan in January, the Addicks have conceded just five goals in his nine appearances and has slotted into the team seamlessly. In his six-page interview, Purrington discusses his role at the club, his past play-off hurt and his sporting family which includes an England World Cup-winning hero.
Elsewhere, Lyle Taylor reflects on his match winner against Porstmouth at the weekend as he looks to keep the momentum going, while Lee Boywer pens his latest manager’s column for the second time in three days.
The usual history features come up trumps again with legendary manager Lennie Lawrence the next to name his best Charlton XI based on the players he managed during his time at the club and the Charlton Museum tell the story of DJ David ‘Diddy’ Hamilton’s tribute to Sam Bartram and how it found its home in the museum.
With Tuesday’s meeting with the Brewers being just the third time the two clubs have ever met, Past Encounters takes a special look back at the only ever meeting in SE7 which came in the shape of a 7-0 FA Cup victory for the Addicks in 1956.
Meanwhile, there is more academy action with reports from the U18s and U23s, as well as a full report from the U14s’ recent trip to Argentina, while Kit Graham is the next Women’s team player to reveal more about herself in 100-to-One.
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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