VALLEY REVIEW | Doncaster Rovers edition

Alex Gilbey is the star attraction in Saturday’s Valley Review as Doncaster Rovers visit SE7.

In his exclusive interview, the 26-year-old discusses the complications behind his move to The Valley in August 2020, his harrowing battle with long COVID and the collective hunger to achieve under Caretaker Manager Johnnie Jackson, who pens his first programme notes. 

Elsewhere, Mark Bowen stars in ‘Kit Parade’ as he recalls the historic home jersey from the Addicks’ play-off winning 1997/98 campaign, while Kevin Lisbie becomes the latest Charlton youth product to feature in ‘Academy Journey’.

There is a special feature paying tribute to Glynn Jones, who, fittingly, was raised in Doncaster before signing for Jimmy Seed’s Charlton in June 1939, only for the outbreak of World War Two to fall just three months later, with Jones subsequently going on to become an Air Gunner for the Royal Air Force.

Meanwhile, club photographer Kyle Andrews dedicates his latest ‘Thoughts Through A Lens’ column to Jackson.

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.

To visit the MatchDay Digital website, please click here.

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