The latest issue of Voice of The Valley was published on March 7th and can be ordered below for first-class posting out. VOTV158 looks at the fallout from the January transfer window, which saw Charlton sign three loan players on deadline day, as well as the team's mixed fortunes in February. It also pays extensive tribute to well-known home and away supporter Les Turner, who has sadly passed away at the age of 73 after following the Addicks for more than 70 years.
Matt Wright focuses on goalkeeper Dillon Phillips, one of the Addicks' success stories this season, as well as revealing something of what used to go on behind the scenes at Sparrows Lane on Friday evenings. Mike Head remembers football's post-war heroes, Wyn Grant reports on a new book about football finance, and Brian and Martin Cowan pay tribute to their father Tony's life as a Charlton fan. Plus we look at the fallout from the Kiko Casilla disciplinary, the future of Football for a Fiver and, last but never least, regular columnist John Ingram reveals a sorry indiscretion in his long career following the Addicks.
Ex-Charlton Athletic plc chairman Derek Chappell is behind a legal attempt to remove the club's warring owners East Street Investments from control of the Addicks, reports editor Rick Everitt.
Angry public exchanges between the two shareholders in East Street Investments have left the ownership of Charlton Athletic in confusion. Editor RICK EVERITT looks at the implosion and discusses what might happen next. Read his story here.
You can now order a copy of Rick Everitt's Battle for The Valley for the bargain price of £9 (including P&P to a UK address) below - or £6 if you are one of our new or existing subscribers.
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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The penultimate issue of the 2019/20 season is available to order here. There are three pricing options - for UK (first class), European and worldwide delivery. All of them then add UK postage and packing to the price shown, making the total amount correct for your delivery address.
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