His Excellency Tahnoon Nimer pens his first column as director and majority shareholder of Charlton Athletic in Saturday’s takeover special edition of Valley Review.
The latest edition of the official matchday programme focusses on East Street Investments’ takeover of the club and gives supporters the first opportunity to hear from His Excellency as he discusses his excitement about the future of the club.
Meanwhile, the main feature interview sees Executive Chairman Matt Southall talk about why ESI bought the club, plans moving forward both on and off the pitch, the importance of the club’s academy and community trust and the important role the fans will play going forward.
As usual, Lee Bowyer pens his notes, reflecting on the Addicks' FA Cup exit but also looking ahead to the future under new ownership.
On the historical side of things, the museum explores some items and artefacts soon to be displayed which reflect the turbulent last six years in the club's history and Valley Classics details three games against the Baggies and a brilliant 2-2 against Newcastle United where the Addicks fought back to snatch a point at the death.
Jonathan Fortune features in this week's 'Talk us Through It', looking back at his late goal on the final day of the 2004/05 season which saw Crystal Palace be denied the three points they needed to stay in the Premier League.
This week also sees the 'In Memoriam' section which lists those associated with the club that we have unfortunately lost over the past year.
All that, the latest news, and much more can be found in Saturday's Valley Review, priced at £3 and available from in and around the ground, as well as from the Vale