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Defender in, striker out at Valley
FORMER Tottenham Hotspur centre-back Dorian Dervite-Vaussoue became Charlton’s fourth summer signing when he signed a one-year contract last week.
Ex-France youth international Dervite, 24, impressed during pre-season and has signed a one-year contract.
He follows Jordan Cook, Lawrie Wilson and Salim Kerkar through the Valley entrance doors.
Meanwhile, Paul Hayes departed on a free transfer to League One side Brentford on Monday.
SEASON tickets for Charlton’s return to the Championship remain available from £290, with over 60s and U21s from £200 and U18s £99.
All U11s are just £49.
They can be bought in person at the Valley commercial centre or by calling 0871 226 1905 from 9am-5pm weekdays and 10am-1pm non-match Saturdays.
Fans can also purchase online via cafc.co.uk or download and complete an application form.
SKY’S decision to select the Valley derby against Crystal Palace for live television coverage on September 14 (7.45pm) is one of five changes to Charlton’s fixture list since it was first published.
The kick-off time has changed to 1pm for the home match against Ipswich Town on Boxing Day and the visit to Watford on New Year’s Day, while Charlton’s trip to Brighton & Hove Albion has been moved to April 2 (7.45pm).
All three decisions followed police advice.
Another away match against Bristol City has switched to November 11 (3pm) due to Bristol Rovers being at home to Chesterfield at the same time the previous day.
STANDARD home matchday prices apply for tickets to the home games against Crystal Palace (September 14, 7.45pm), Blackburn Rovers (September 29, 3pm) and Watford (October 2, 7.45pm).
Tickets are on general sale and can be bought online via cafc.co.uk or by calling 0871 226 1905.
Fans can also take advantage of reduced prices for both the Blackburn and Watford games by purchasing a Perfect Pair £10 advance discount for adults and many over 60s and U21s.
The same ticket for the two games must be bought at the same time and tickets cannot be refunded.
THE Royal Borough of Greenwich last week confirmed it will suspend temporary parking restrictions in many areas around The Valley when the Addicks take on Hull City on Saturday.
The measures in place until the end of the Paralympics have been lifted for one day only in recognition of the effect they would have had on the club and its supporters.
Street parking will be available as normal in areas broadly north of the Woolwich Road, south of Charlton Park Road, west of Victoria Way and east of Maryon Wilson Park.
But fans are strongly urged to check their intended parking location against a map which can be found via the tickets section of cafc.co.uk
TICKETS are currently on general sale for Charlton’s next away match against Nottingham Forest on September 1 (3pm).
Places will go on general sale on Thursday for the away match against Derby County on September 18 (7.45pm) and restricted sale for the trip to Ipswich Town on September 22 (3pm).
For more details, or to buy, visit cafc.co.uk or call 0871 226 1905.
CEDRIC Evina’s late penalty ensured a winning start for Charlton’s new U21 side against their Queens Park Rangers counterparts on Monday afternoon.
As part of efforts to bridge the gap between academy and senior football, Charlton will compete in the U21 Professional Development League 2 under new senior professional development coach (U18-U21) Nathan Jones, formerly assistant manager at Yeovil Town.
Three overage outfield players are permitted to feature in matches, along with an overage goalkeeper, and season-ticket holders and Red Card holders can gain access to games by showing their booklets and cards.
GOALS from Tobi Sho-Silva, Tomi Adeloye and Oliver Muldoon gave Charlton’s U18s a 3-2 away win against Queens Park Rangers in their first league match on Saturday.
The Addicks, who were unbeaten during pre-season, host Barnet at Sparrows Lane on Saturday (11am).
FANS can support the club’s renowned academy, and win more than £60,000, by signing up for Valley Gold on Saturday.
One supporter won £5,000 at last (Tuesday) night’s match against Leicester City and staff will be located outside west-stand reception before kick-off against Hull City.
For more details, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8333 4075.
THE new home and away Charlton shirts for 2012/13 are among the items on sale in the new-look Valley Superstore, along with a range of training wear and accessories.
The Superstore will shut for a refit after Saturday’s match against Hull City, but will re-open before the game against Crystal Palace on September 14.
CHARLTON have a new disability co-ordinator David Webb, who will act as a contact and information point for disabled fans.
He is based in the Valley commercial centre from 9am-2pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, as well as on matchdays, and can be contacted by emailing email@example.com or via 020 8333 4000.
However, disabled tickets and travel should still be purchased from the commercial centre in the usual way.
COPIES of last season’s 2011/12 Champions DVD remain on sale from the Valley commercial centre.
Priced £12.99, the 90-minute production features every goal and all of the key action, plus interviews and extensive bonus promotion celebration footage.
Although DVDs are no longer available from the Valley Superstore, they can be purchased in person at the commercial centre on non-matchdays or by calling 0871 226 1905.
Alternatively, order online via shop.cafc.co.uk
INJURIES and unavailability of players led to the Charlton women’s team starting 2012/13 with a 2-0 defeat away to Coventry City on Sunday.
The Addicks signed striker Gemma Shepherd and keeper Kelly Cooper over the summer and will next face Manchester City at home at Thamesmead Town’s Bayliss Avenue on Sunday (2pm).
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