JASON'S DILEMMA: Jason Euell has admitted he is tempted by an offer to play for Jamaica but won't make a decision on his international future until after the summer. Euell qualifies to play for the Reggae Boyz through his father and new FIFA rules, despite having six England under-21 caps, but said: "At this point in time I feel I am unable to give the Jamaican Football Federation a definite answer. However, I promise to reconsider their invitation after discussing the situation further with Charlton."

FISH STAYS: Mark Fish will remain with Charlton for at least another 12 months. The club and the South African have both exercised an option in Fish's existing contract to extend his stay for a further year. "It was just an option and the club decided to take it up," said Fish.

FAIR PLACE: Manchester City benefited last year, and Ipswich Town the year before that. So could 2003/04 be the season that Charlton qualify for the UEFA Cup via the Fair Play League? The Addicks currently lead the way in the race of the clubs who won't qualify for Europe through their final Premiership position, and will find out on June 8 if they have received one of three extra UEFA Cup places available.

RESERVES' POT: Charlton's reserves will be presented with the championship trophy ahead of kick-off at The Valley on Saturday, and fans who want to experience all the traditional end-of-season pre-match entertainment should ensure they are in their seats by 2.30pm.

MAZE HILL NINE: Nine men purporting to be Charlton supporters were found guilty at Kingston Crown Court on Friday of conspiracy to commit violent disorder. The group was involved in an organised clash with Southampton fans at Maze Hill train station on the afternoon of the game between the two sides in April of last year. Police used CCTV footage to track down the men involved and a series of dawn raids led to 20 arrests in October 2003. Charlton chief executive Peter Varney said: "We hope this will send a strong message to anyone thinking of involving themselves in this sort of behaviour.

TOP BODS: The successful season for the Charlton women's team was honoured on Friday when manager Keith Boanas received the Nationwide Manager of the Year award and 20-year-old striker Ann-Marie Heatherson was selected as the Umbro Young Player of the Year. The Addicks lifted their first major trophy when they won the Premier League Cup, were FA Cup finalists, and will win the league if Arsenal and Fulham draw in their last match of the season on Saturday.