VALLEY REVIEW | Bolton Wanderers edition

Harry Arter stars as the main interview in Tuesday’s matchday programme as Bolton Wanderers visit The Valley.

In his Valley Review interview, the Eltham-born midfielder discusses returning to his boyhood club where his football career all started, while also reflecting on his career to date - including a remarkable 10-year spell with AFC Bournemouth that took him to the heights of the Premier League and the international stage.

Elsewhere, there is a special feature celebrating the life of Charlton superfan Seb Lewis as Valley Review speaks to those closest to him - father Lionel and brother Olly.

Club photographer Kyle Andrews pays tribute to Seb Lewis in his column as he reflects on the unveiling of the memorial mosaic ahead of the Addicks’ clash against Portsmouth last weekend, while Paul Mortimer features in the latest ‘Kit Parade’ as he recalls Kim Grant’s brace at The Den to earn Charlton a 2-0 win in the 1995/96 home shirt.

All that and more can be found in Tuesday’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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