VOTV154 calls for Charlton manager Lee Bowyer to be given a new, extended contract as it relives another eventful month of the Addicks' return to Championship action.
The November issue marks the 50th since VOTV returned to print in 2013 and includes contributions from veteran Charlton reporter Kevin Nolan, as well as Matt Wright, Wyn Grant, Paul Breen and John Ingram.
Nolan shares his trepidation about the modern fashion for "building from the back", while Grant remembers forward Dennis Edwards, who died recently.
Ingram turns his attention to Charlton's bogey grounds - on which subject Rick Everitt reads the runes for the Addicks' upcoming trip to Millwall and wonders if 1996 goalscorer Bowyer could prove a lucky charm. He also takes a look at the new autobiography from Steve Stacey, who in 1970 became the first black player to appear for Charlton. Wright turns the spotlight on the current employment of three former Charlton managers - Chris Powell, Steve Gritt and Lennie Lawrence - and well as ex-defender Grant Basey's rise in the ranks to the role of first-team development coach.
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Editor Rick Everitt responds to the personal attack on him published by club owner Roland Duchatelet on the official Charlton Athletic website recently. Read it 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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