The Charlton Upbeats are the stars of Valley Review when Luton Town visit SE7 on Saturday.
For the fourth year running, members of the Community Trust’s Down’s syndrome grace the front cover of the matchday programme as the club celebrate Charlton Upbeats Day, with the nine-mile charity walk from Sparrows Lane to The Valley taking place prior to Saturday’s match.
10-year-old Jamie Turner and seven-year-old Sophie O’Boyle are the cover stars and there is a special feature which tells you all you need to know about the much-loved Upbeats programme.
Meanwhile, Patrick Bauer is the main player feature. He discusses the season so far, the importance of not letting standards slip as the play-offs approach and why he believes Charlton have enjoyed such a good defensive record since the turn of the year.
As usual, the history pages make for fascinating reading as the Charlton Museum take a look through the 1910/11 season club accounts, while Past Encounters recalls four memorable matches against the Hatters and Kevin Lisbie is the latest former player to choose his ‘Addicks XI’ based on the players he played alongside during his time at The Valley.
Elsewhere, Lee Bowyer pens his latest Manager’s notes as he reflects on a successful week on the road and Jason Pearce discusses his match-winner at Wycombe Wanderers, while all the latest academy and women’s team action is rounded up.
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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