TWO Addicks starlets have been called up to the England U18 squad for the first time for a friendly against Belgium at the Stade du Tivoli in La Louvière next week.
Tareiq Holmes-Dennis and Tobi Sho-Silva will travel with the Young Lions squad for the fixture on Tuesday.
YANN Kermorgant will be suspended for Charlton’s next three games against Burnley, Peterborough United and Huddersfield Town after his dismissal against Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
The French striker was red-carded in the first half after kicking out at former Addicks loanee Greg Halford.
FANS who purchase their 2013/14 season ticket before April 8 will make substantial savings, and both existing season-ticket holders and new applicants can purchase online.
Places for next term are available from just £300 adults – just over £13 per game.
All U18s are £100 and all U11s are £50. A full list of prices and more details can be found via cafctickets.co.uk, and fans can also buy in person at the Valley commercial centre or call 0871 226 1905 from 9am-5pm weekdays and 10am-1pm non-matchday Saturdays.
JONATHAN Obika made his Charlton debut as a late substitute in Saturday’s defeat to Nottingham Forest, having joined the club on loan from Tottenham Hotspur the previous day.
He will stay in SE7 until the end of the season.
The 22-year-old is well known to senior professional development coach (U18-U21) Nathan Jones, who worked with him during his previous loan spells with Yeovil Town, and Obika has twice scored against Charlton.
TICKETS are on general sale for Charlton’s home match against Burnley on Saturday and will be available from tomorrow for the Bolton Wanderers game on March 30 (both 3pm), while seats are on restricted sale for the Millwall home match on March 16 (12.30pm).
Under the Millwall restrictions, which are designed to prevent away fans purchasing seats in home areas, tickets will only be sold to 2012/13 season-ticket holders and Red Card holders with a purchase history of two different games on the club’s database within the past three seasons (2010/11, 2011/12, 2012/13) up to January 31, 2013. Current season-ticket holders can buy a maximum of four tickets, while Red Card holders who meet the criteria above are able to purchase up to two tickets.
For more information, visit cafc.co.uk or call 0871 226 1905.
FORMER Charlton striker Hans Jeppson, who saved Charlton from relegation from the First Division in 1950/51, died last week in his native Sweden at the age of 87.
The amateur forward scored nine goals in 11 games for the Addicks, including a hat-trick against Arsenal in a 5-2 win at Highbury.
FANS only have a few more days to get the most value of money from a Super5 booklet, which offers five Charlton matchday tickets for the price of four.
Booklets are priced £80 and £110 and are available online via cafc.co.uk, covering all of the remaining home games of the campaign (excluding the Millwall match).
Full terms and conditions are available on 0871 226 1905.
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.
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ONLY a few dozen tickets, priced £20, remain available to see two-time world darts champion Adrian ‘Jackpot’ Lewis in the second Charlton Masters tournament at The Valley on March 23.
Ted ‘The Count’ Hankey, Paul ‘The Asset’ Nicholson and Arron ‘Monkey’ Monk will also be present.
Places can be booked at cafc.co.uk or by calling 0871 226 1905.
CHARLTON’S U18s fell to their first league defeat since early November as they were beaten 1-0 by Bristol City on Saturday.
It was also the Addicks’ first home league game since that loss to Queens Park Rangers.
Charlton next travel to Millwall on Saturday (11am).
TICKETS for Charlton’s away matches against Peterborough United on March 5 (7.45pm) and Huddersfield Town on March 9 (3pm) are on general sale, while tickets for the trip to Brighton & Hove Albion on Tuesday, April 2 (7.45pm) are on restricted sale.
For more information, or to buy, visit cafc.co.uk or call 0871 226 1905.
IT will hopefully be third-time lucky for Charlton and Herne Bay tonight as the teams try to play their twice-postponed Kent Senior Cup quarter-final at Winch’s Field (7.45pm).
Tickets are priced £8 adults, £4 over 65s and U16s and £1 U12s.
Meanwhile, the U21s were due to face Bristol City at Ashton Gate on Monday and will next entertain Swansea City on Monday (1pm).
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
Meanwhile, the League One champions season highlights DVD from last season has been reduced to £10.
It can be purchased from the commercial centre on 0871 226 1905 or at cafc.co.uk
DESPITE a headed goal from the diminutive Kit Graham, the Charlton women’s team was held to a 1-1 draw by bottom-of-the-table Barnet Ladies on Sunday.
Addicks keeper Megen Lynch also had to save a second half penalty to preserve a share of the points.
Charlton travel away to Leeds United on Sunday.
JUST one table remains for a Q&A with two-time Charlton player of the year Dean Kiely in aid of Demelza Care for Children on Friday (7.30pm) at the Holiday Inn Hotel, Bexley.
Tickets for the event with the ex-Charlton goalkeeper, now a coach at Premier League side West Bromwich Albion, are £40, or £375 for a table of 10.
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