Lee Bowyer's Valley Stories will be made available for free on Wednesday night, giving supporters the opportunity to find out more about the Addicks' manager.
So far, fans have been treated to the 1998 play-off final against Sunderland and reviews of the 2003/04 Premier League season and the triumphant 2011/12 League One campaign. While the coronavirus crisis continues to put football on hold, the club will provide free access to a different piece of premium content every Saturday at 3pm to fill the void.
As a one-off midweek specia,l fans can watch Bowyer's Valley Stories interview filmed in the summer of 2017, months before he took over as first team manager.
The feature provides an insight into the story of Boywer's career told by the man himself, detailing breaking through to his debut at Swindon Town in 1994, his hectic start to life at Leeds United, scoring against European giants and lifting the League Cup with Birmingham City.
The feature will be made available to watch, for 24 hours, on the club's YouTube channel and on the club website at the bottom of this page from 6.30pm on Wednesday evening.
The access is completely free although those that want to are encouraged to donate to Charlton Athletic Community Trust, who are doing so much to help the local community during these difficult times. This includes working with the Royal Borough of Greenwich to run the Community Hub to support elderly and vulnerable people who are self isolating, running a friendship line to support people who are self isolating for 12 weeks and running existing mentoring and counselling programmes online and over the phone. You can donate by clicking here. CACT is a registered charity (number 1096222).
At 6.30pm, for 24 hours, you will be able to watch Lee Bowyer's Valley Stories in the below video player.
Other Valley Stories on Valley Pass include: