VALLEY REVIEW | Cheltenham Town edition

Charlie Kirk is the star attraction in Saturday's Valley Review for the visit of Cheltenham Town.

In the main interview, the new arrival discusses his move to The Valley, his upbringing at Crewe Alexandra and coming up against his former club so early in his Addicks career, as well as revealing a bit more about himself in the '100 to 1', including his love of collecting wrestling action figures!

Elsewhere, owner Thomas Sandgaard pens his latest column as he reflects on matters with the summer's transfer dealings now concluded, while Director of Football Steve Gallen looks back on a very busy transfer window and there is a special in-depth feature which takes a closer look at the club's dealings.

Jon Fortune is the next Charlton youth product to feature in 'Academy Journey', while Steve Brown takes a different approach to the 'Kit Parade' feature as he discusses a memorable moment wearing the 1998/99 goalkeeper's strip!

And amongst the historical content, the Charlton Museum take a look at another defining game in the club's 100 years of League Football - this time in the form of a game at the short-lived 'home' of the Mount in Catford.

All that and more can be found in Saturday's matchday programme, available for £3 from in and around the ground, as well as in the Valley Superstore.

Supporters are now able to purchase the club’s Valley Review matchday programme online through the MatchDay digital app.

The app, which is available to download on all major platforms/app stores, allows fans to access each and every matchday programme this season from afar.

To get your copy, simply download the app and search for Charlton or, alternatively, go to the ‘clubs’ section and click Charlton. All issues should then be visible. 

Matchday programmes will be available on the app from 12:30pm for Saturday games, and from 5pm for midweek kick-offs.

For more information on how to download the matchday digital app, click here.

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