JONJO Shelvey followed in the footsteps of the likes of Robert Lee, Richard Rufus and Scott Parker when the 17-year-old was named Charlton’s young player of the year on Sunday night.

The winner of the award is selected by the Addicks’ management team.

Meanwhile, Therry Racon’s stunning strike against Plymouth Argyle at The Valley in February was named the supporters’ club’s goal of the season.

NICKY Bailey received almost two thirds of the vote as he was named the 2008/09 Charlton player of the year on Sunday night.

The midfielder, who has scored 12 goals from midfield in his first campaign in SE7, collected the supporters’ club award at a special Valley event.

Goalkeeper Rob Elliot pipped captain Mark Hudson to the runners-up spot.

VALLEY legend Keith Peacock last week called for fans to stand by their club in its hour of need by purchasing a 2009/10 season ticket and making sure they are there to cheer on Charlton in League One.

All supporters should by now have received their application forms, with the price of most adult and all under-18 Valley seats reduced by £50.

A full list of prices can be found online at where fans can also renew their seat, or by calling 0871 226 1905.

TICKETS are currently available for Charlton’s final match of the season at home to Norwich City on Sunday (1.15pm).

Seats for the Valley fixture are priced at £15, £20 or £25 for adults, £15 for over-60s and under-21s and £10 for under-18s.

All tickets are available in person from the Valley commercial centre and Bexleyheath retail outlet, online at, via post, or by calling 0871 226 1905.

CHRIS Solly made his first appearance in the Charlton squad when he was included in Phil Parkinson’s matchday 16 for Saturday’s game against Derby County, but he didn’t make his debut.

Fellow youngster Scott Wagstaff did come off the bench, however, to make his first senior outing since mid-January.

The winger netted the only goal as the reserves beat Aldershot Town 1-0 last Wednesday.

Charlton’s second XI entertains Brighton & Hove Albion in their final league game tomorrow night at Stonebridge Road (7pm).

FANS now can join in Charlton’s 2009/10 season-ticket campaign by ordering their own A1-sized version of the acclaimed poster, which can be seen around the ground at The Valley, for £3.99.

The poster charts some of the many high points for the Addicks over the last 25 years and complements the special video compiled to advertise season tickets next term.

Posters can be ordered online at and will soon be on sale from the Valley Superstore and Bexleyheath retail outlet.

FANS and football lovers can play at The Valley next month as access to the club’s facilities is opened to the public.

The pitch lends itself perfectly to corporate football games, supporters' matches, five-a-side tournaments or even an 'It's a Knockout'-style competitions, and can be booked in two-and-a-half-hour slots from May 5 to May 22.

For more information, call 020 8333 4040.

CHARLTON will definitely face Brentford and Southampton in League One next season after the former was promoted and the latter relegated over the weekend.

The Addicks were also boosted by the news the Saints will start with minus 10 points following a Football League ruling after their parent company went into administration.

Charlton striker Stuart Fleetwood, currently on loan with Exeter City, could clinch promotion from League Two with the Grecians this weekend.

AN away game against Reading on Saturday will be followed by a home match against Ipswich Town seven days later at Sparrows Lane as Charlton’s under-18s conclude their campaign.

The under-18s were beaten 3-0 by Watford on Saturday.

MASSIVE reductions are currently available on replica Charlton shirts, with fans able to buy two adults shirts for just £15.

The offer relates to both the red home and white away kits and also applies to junior and boxed strips.

Huge discounts are available in the Valley Superstore and Bexleyheath retail outlet, online at and by calling 020 8858 0391.

CHARLTON’S women team extended its recent winless run to seven games with a 3-2 defeat to West Ham United on Sunday, despite leading 1-0 at half-time.

The Addicks next travel to Barnet on Thursday night and finish the season with a trip to Keynsham Town on Sunday.