News of fresh takeover developments revealed by this fanzine on Twitter on New Year's Day were underpinned by talkSPORT's Jim White, who subsequently raised the tantalisng possibility that new owners could even be announced before Charlton's January 5th home game with Sunderland. Read more here.
VOTV148 focuses on Charlton's excellent win at League One leaders Portsmouth and looks at the prospects for the rest of the season - including the January transfer window.
There's the second part of Wyn Grant's series of "barking" owners, Doug Chapman visit to a Northern Irish football match and Brian Cowan’s verdict on watching Charlton away via iFollow.
Rick Everitt looks at the scoring prowess of Lyle Taylor and Karlan Grant, and also assesses what’s changed in the year since Roland Duchâtelet was forced to admit the club was for sale. Plus John Ingram recalls the FA Cup third round in seasons past and Airman Brown opens his diary once again.
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He was Charlton’s captain, the club’s best player and biggest asset as the Addicks had fallen just short of reaching the League One play-off final.
So it was no surprise when goalscoring midfielder Nicky Bailey was the subject of interest from rival clubs in the summer of 2010 – even though it was his wild missed penalty that was a key reason Charlton hadn’t reached Wembley.
What might shock Addicks supporters, though, is that Bailey’s decisive missed play-off semi-final spot-kick was virtually his last interaction with the club before his £1.4m move to Middlesbrough.
MATT WRIGHT's full VOTV145 interview is now available here.
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First published in 1991, the 320-page book (32 completely new) was reissued in 2014 with extra chapters covering the build-up to return to The Valley in December 1992, as well as the great day itself, whch now features in full colour.
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