HAVING sustained a metatarsal injury against former club Crystal Palace in mid-September, it was fitting Rhoys Wiggins returned to action for the first time against the same club on Saturday.

The full-back was a second half substitute in the 2-1 defeat to the Eagles.

Danny Haynes, recently sidelined by a hamstring problem, also entered the fray in the closing stages.

DANNY Green and Bradley Wright-Phillips remained Charlton players this week despite passing medicals at League One side Swindon Town on transfer-deadline day.

The two players travelled to Wiltshire last Thursday, but the Robins later announced that “The Football League has at this stage refused any new registrations and the deals cannot be completed”.

Powell said last week that he was ‘very close’ to completing one or two deals for new players but saw no reason to rush with the loan window due to reopen at the end of this week.

Danny Hollands last week returned to Sparrows Lane from his loan spell at Swindon Town to receive treatment for a foot injury.

His loan with the Robins was due to expire after Town’s match on Saturday.

FANS can secure five Charlton matchday tickets for the price of four by purchasing a Super5 booklet, which are priced £80 and £110 and are available online via cafc.co.uk, covering any of the remaining games of the campaign (excluding the home Millwall match).

Full terms and conditions are available on 0871 226 1905.

TICKETS for Charlton’s away matches against Hull City on February 16 (3pm) and Leicester City on February 19 (7.45pm) are on general sale, with the Hull game now confirmed for that date following their exit from the FA Cup.

However, if Leicester defeat Huddersfield Town in the fourth round of the FA Cup on February 12, Charlton’s scheduled league match against the Foxes will be delayed by 24 hours to February 20 (7.45pm).

For more details, or to buy tickets, viist cafc.co.uk or call 0871 226 1905.

POP band Lawson have confirmed their place alongside Olly Murs at Monday’s 20th anniversary concert organised by the Charlton Community Trust.

Tickets for the event at the IndigO2, which will be hosted by Charlton fan and Capital FM breakfast show DJ Dave Berry, are priced £20 and £30. Call 0844 856 0202.

WITH 21 fewer opportunities to book to play on the Valley pitch this summer, fans are being urged to reserve their place as soon as possible.

Slots are available from £1,750 (plus VAT) from May 6-26, with benefits including the use of the home and away changing rooms and dugouts, the use of the lower west stand for up to 500 spectators and three official match footballs.

Call 020 8333 4040 or email sales@cafc.co.uk to book your place.

THERE will be a Valley-tine’s Ball at the club’s SE7 stadium this month when the Addicks host a live singer performing hits from Michael Bublé and Lionel Richie, plus upbeat classics from the Motown era, on February 14.

Admission is £24.95 per person and includes a DJ and a disco until midnight, plus a three-course meal.

Call 020 8333 4040 or email sales@cafc.co.uk to book your place.

TICKETS are on general sale for Charlton’s home matches against Birmingham City on Saturday, Nottingham Forest on February 23 and Burnley on March 2 (all 3pm).

For more details, or to buy tickets, visit cafc.co.uk or call 0871 226 1905.

A WATERLOGGED pitch put paid to Charlton’s Kent Senior Cup quarter-final tie against Herne Bay last Wednesday.

The new date of the game at Winch’s Field is February 13 (7.45pm) and tickets will again be priced £8 adults, £4 over 65s and U16s, and £1 U12s.

FANS can currently take advantage of a sale being run by the Addicks.

A series of reductions on Charlton merchandise are available online via addicks-clubshop.co.uk

CHARLTON’S U18s were again without a match last Saturday after their league fixture against Colchester United was postponed, meaning the Addicks have not played competitively since exiting the FA Youth Cup on January 16.

The U18s next face Swansea City away on Saturday.

TWO-TIME world darts champion Adrian ‘Jackpot’ Lewis heads the list of players who will compete at the second Charlton Masters tournament at The Valley on March 23 and tickets are now on sale, priced from £20.

Ted ‘The Count’ Hankey, Paul ‘The Asset’ Nicholson and Arron ‘Monkey’ Monk will also be present and places can be booked at cafc.co.uk or on 0871 226 1905.

DESPITE a ninth-minute goal from Jenny Newman, the Charlton women’s team was defeated 2-1 by South-West Combination leaders Oxford United on Sunday in one of the shocks of the third round of the FA Women’s Cup.

The Addicks travel to Leeds United in the quarter-finals of the Premier League Cup on Sunday.

TWO-time player of the year Dean Kiely will answer fans’ questions in aid of Demelza Care for Children on March 1 (7.30pm) at the Holiday Inn Hotel, Bexley.

Tickets for the event with the ex-Charlton keeper, now a coach at Premier League side West Bromwich Albion, are £40, or £375 for a table of 10.

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