Jonathan Leko is the latest first-teamer to reveal all in his feature interview in the festive-themed matchday programme for the visit of Hull City on Friday evening.
With five goals to his name, so far, this term, the England U20 international has put in some dazzling performances in the Championship with his skill and direct play and he is targeting more as he looks to help the Addicks regain their form.
In his interview, Leko discusses his start to life at The Valley, the frustration of scoring goals that count for nothing, his journey to England from the Democratic Republif of Congo as a child and playing in the Premier League, as well as his love of the song the fans sing for him from the terraces.
As usual, Lee Bowyer pens his latest manager’s notes in which he looks back on Tuesday disappointment against Huddersfield Town, while Darren Pratley speaks as he looks to help his side stop the rot.
There is plenty of historical content with a look back at some memorable games against the Tigers, while a very special ‘Talk Us Through It’ sees Derek Hales and Colin Powell recall ITV’s Goal of the Season from 1976 which saw the duo combine for Hales’ memorable strike against Hull.
Meanwhile, the Charlton Museum review former Addick Mark Bright’s recently-released autobiography and there is a round-up of all the latest academy and women’s team action.
All this and much, much more can be found in Sunday’s Valley Review, priced £3, available from in around the ground, as well as from the Valley Superstore.