GOALKEEPING coach Andy Woodman left Charlton to join Newcastle United on Monday following the recent appointment of former Addicks boss Alan Pardew as manager of the Magpies.

Woodman worked under Pardew at West Ham United and Charlton, joining the Addicks in summer 2007.

PHIL Parkinson and Johnnie Jackson had plenty to celebrate last Thursday when the duo landed the npower League One manager of the month and player of the month awards respectively.

AKPO Sodje was due to have a scan today after suffering a possible shoulder dislocation a day earlier in the match against Walsall.

The striker, a second-half substitute, landed awkwardly.

Physio Erol Umut said: “We managed to pop his shoulder bone back in, but we’ll take him for a scan to see if there is any damage.”

Paul Benson also had a scan on his knee last Friday, but was given the all clear to play against the Saddlers.

VALLEY Gold members can get a 15 per cent reduction in the Valley Superstore on Thursday when first-team coach Mark Kinsella will also be present from 4pm for around two hours to meet fans and sign merchandise.

The Superstore is open late every Thursday in December, from 10-8pm, and will operate 10-4pm Sundays.

Fans can guarantee phone and internet orders on 020-8333 4035 and via cafc.co.uk, which will be delivered by Christmas if ordered by December 22.

AROUND 1,500 tickets for the FA Cup third-round tie against Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane on January 9 (1.30pm) had been sold by midday on Monday.

The Addicks have 4,200 tickets and places go on sale on Wednesday morning to all season-ticket holders and Valley Gold members (one per person).

Tickets are not available online, so call 0871 226 1905 or buy in person at the commercial centre.

Charlton’s home match against Carlisle United that weekend has been postponed.

A PLACE at The Valley for the second half of 2010/11 is now available from just £174 adults thanks to the club’s half-season tickets, which take effect from the home match against Southampton on Boxing Day.

All prices have been reduced and an adult and U11 can also watch 13 games for just £174.

Get further details at cafc.co.uk or on 0871 226 1905.

SKIPPER Christian Dailly served the final match of his four-game ban against Walsall last Sunday and is available to play against Brentford in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy tomorrow night.

The draw for the area finals of the competition was due to take place on Wednesday.

TICKETS are currently on general sale for the home league matches against Southampton on Boxing Day (1pm) and Swindon Town on January 3 (5.05pm), priced £17, £22 and £25 adults, £13 and £17 over 60s and U21s, and £5 all U18s.

Also on general sale are tickets for the away league games against Hartlepool United on Saturday (3pm), Brighton & Hove Albion on December 29 (7.45pm) and Colchester United on New Year’s Day (3pm).

Only 150 tickets for Brighton remained on Monday.

Buy in person from the Valley commercial centre, or call 0871 226 1905.

LENNIE Lawrence, Steve Gritt, Bob Bolder, John Humphrey and Colin Walsh will come out of retirement to represent Charlton next month – but they won’t be requiring their boots.

Instead, they will be taking on a team of Addicks Anoraks, including historian Colin Cameron, in a special 1980s quiz at The Valley on Thursday, January 27 to raise fund for a new academy minibus.

Tickets, priced £7.50, are on sale on 0871 226 1905.

CARL Jenkinson was recalled from a loan spell at Eastbourne Borough today.

The defender, who was named man of the match as Eastbourne defeated Boreham Wood 3-1 in the first round of the FA Trophy on Saturday, joined the non-league Sports in November, with the deal set to last until early February.

Meanwhile, Ben Davisson made his debut for Hastings United on Saturday after sealing a loan switch a day earlier.

The midfielder, whose previous loan spell at Thurrock recently ended, made his debut for the Ryman League Premier Division side in a 3-2 home defeat to eight-man Horsham Town.

CHARLTON’S U18s bounced back from their exit from the FA Youth Cup at the hands of Norwich City last midweek to defeat highly-rated Arsenal at Sparrows Lane on Saturday.

Tosan Popo missed a last-minute penalty as the Addicks were beaten 1-0 at Carrow Road, but the striker was on the scoresheet in the 3-0 victory against the Gunners.

Adebayo Azeez and Joe Pigott were also on target, and Charlton travel to West Ham United on Saturday.

JUST 10 spaces remained on Monday for a special post-Christmas tour of The Valley led by Addicks legend Keith Peacock and long-serving Charlton reporter Kevin Nolan on December 30 (11.30am).

The exclusive package, priced £25 adults and £20 U18s, includes a two-course lunch in the boardroom with the hosts and a detailed look behind the scenes at the stadium.

To book a place, call 0871 226 1905.