VALLEY REVIEW | AFC Wimbledon edition

Albie Morgan is the star attraction in Saturday’s Valley Review for the visit of AFC Wimbledon. 

In his exclusive interview, the academy graduate reflects on his first league goal at The Valley in front of the Covered End and seizing his chance under manager Johnnie Jackson, who he idolised while progressing through the club’s youth ranks.

As part of the club’s sixth annual Football v Homophobia matchday at The Valley - and inaugural Football v Homophobia weekend - there is a special feature celebrating Charlton’s history of work with the Proud Valiants and Charlton Invicta. There is also a column penned by Proud Valiants founder and co-chair Rob Harris, in addition to a column from the community trust on their work with Charlton Invicta.

Elsewhere, club legend Chris Powell stars in ‘Kit Parade’ as he recalls the 2007/08 home shirt, while former Addicks defender Tareiq Holmes-Dennis features in ‘Academy Journey’.

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.

To visit the MatchDay Digital website, please click here.

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