VOTV134 reflects on Robinson on the ropes

Charlton's season appeared to come to a premature end at The Valley on Tuesday February 21st with the 1-0 defeat by Oxford United (above) putting the League One play-offs beyond reasonable hope for latest boss Karl Robinson. So what next for the Addicks?


The March issue of Voice of The Valley was published before the following Saturday's home defeat by Bury and may contain a few clues. Regardless, we've called in our old pal Kevin Nolan to raise a chuckle or too. They call it gallows humour.


Updated to include the Oxford game, we've got reaction to the five-match winless spell - and the heroic win at Bolton Wanderers on the last Saturday in January - while Kyle Andrews evaluates the club's transfer window signings in the cold light of late February.


Rick Everitt reports on the third instalment of the Getting To Know The Network podcast and pays tribute to late defender David Shipperley, while the Lone Gunman provides a loaded analysis of the use of statistics in the modern game.


We've also got contributions from Matt Wright, Simon Matthews, Brian Cowan and John Ingram, and why some of Charlton's female fans decided to got to WAR ahead of next week's protests against the owner in Sint-Truiden. Plus all the usual features and more.


VOTV134 is now available below to order for first class posting out. It will be on sale again at The Valley before the rearranged Scunthorpe United match on Tuesday, March 7th and the visit of Walsall on Saturday, March 11th.


You can also subscribe for the next eight issues. New subscriptions will now begin with the April issue, VOTV135, due out on Saturday, April 8th. To receive a copy of VOTV134 you will need to order it separately.


Subscriptions cost £20 in the UK and copies are sent out by first-class post immediately on publication, while it's £27 elsewhere in Europe and £34 elsewhere (see PayPal widget below, which may not be visible on mobile devices). If you prefer not to pay via PayPal, drop us a line at sales@votvonline.com and we will supply details of how to pay by cheque.

Voice of The Valley 134 (March 2017)

The March issue is now available to order for delivery to UK addresses. Copies will be mailed first class. Please do not use his widget for more than one copy of VOTV134, as postage will not be calculated correctly. The widget for multiple copies is in the left-hand column.

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Battle for The Valley for £9 (£6 to subscribers)

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.


This £6 offer is exclusive to current VOTV subscribers and we will verify your details against our database before dispatch. If your're not a current subscriber, you still can order a copy here.


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Battle for The Valley is now available for the reduced price of £9 including postage and packing (UK addresses only) – or if you are a current Voice of The Valley subscriber, you pay just £6 (overseas postage rates on application).

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VOTV134 is available to order now. 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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Alternatively, you can subscribe. Payment is annual and covers the next eight issues. Please note that new subscriptions will now start with the April issue, VOTV135.


To order issues published between April 2013 and February 2017, please see the back issues page. VOTV124 and VOTV127 are sold out.

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