Twenty-five years ago today, Charlton played their first game back at the Valley with Colin Walsh scoring in a 1-0 victory over Portsmouth.

So, what are those Addicks players doing now?

BOB BOLDER - Works for Charlton in the community, trains the mascots before games. Aged 59.

DARREN PITCHER - Retired early at Crystal Palace due to injury - lost a £1m High Court damages claim. Now in the building trade. Aged 48.

SCOTT MINTO - EFL Sky Sports TV host. Won the 1997 FA Cup with Chelsea. Aged 46.

STEVE GRITT - Assistant boss at Ebbsfleet United. Was joint-manager with Alan Curbishley for this game, and held the post for four years. Aged 60.

SIMON WEBSTER - Qualified physio, also works for the Charlton’s women’s team. Lists ‘leading Charlton Athletic back to the Valley’ as his most memorable moment. Aged 53.

STUART BALMER - Qualified fork-lift driver, he works for Diageo drinks company in Scotland and was interim manager at Forfar Athletic until October. Aged 48.

JOHN ROBINSON - Director of Soccer Operations at Elite Soccer Academy SWFL, Florida - they have a partnership with West Ham. Aged 46.

LEE POWER - Chairman of Swindon Town. Made five appearances for Charlton while on loan from Norwich. Aged 45.

CARL LEABURN - Works for Premier League Productions and in security at Canary Wharf. Wife Tracey is Charlton's Player Liaison Officer. Aged 48.

GARRY NELSON - Group head of marketing at AllClear Travel, and chairman of Leisure Link Golf. Wrote two books about his left foot. Aged 56.

COLIN WALSH - Immortalised for his seventh-minute goal against Portsmouth, rifling home a Darren Pitcher pass from 20 yards with his left foot. Played in the Legends United match in September for the Charlton Athletic Community Trust. Aged 55.

KIM GRANT - Came on as a sub for Lee Power. Born in Ghana, quit as head coach of Bangladesh outfit Saif Sporting Club last month. Aged 45.

Click here to buy tickets for Charlton v Portsmouth on Saturday – the game will celebrate the Addicks’ 25th-year anniversary back at the Valley.