JOHNNIE Jackson may not play for Charlton again this season due to the Achilles problem which has sidelined him since February, Addicks boss Chris Powell revealed last week.

“It’s an injury that you have to be really, really careful with,” he said.

Meanwhile, Dean Parrett and Rob Elliot missed Saturday’s draw with Oldham Athletic due to injuries, allowing on-loan Millwall keeper John Sullivan to make his debut for the club.

CHARLTON have agreed to play Millwall in a testimonial for Lions defender Alan Dunne at The Den on July 30 (3pm) as part of the club’s 2011/12 pre-season schedule.

CHAIRMAN Michael Slater last week thanked fans after the club announced that initial season-ticket sales were running ahead of last year.

The commercial centre had received 6,253 paid applications by the afternoon of April 5, compared to 6,065 on the same date last year.

Mr Slater said: “The dedication and patience shown by supporters is amazing, and the board is determined to repay fans’ loyalty by building the necessary foundations to achieve long-term success.

“I’m very excited about next season.”

Season tickets are back on sale tomorrow (Tuesday), when adult, over 60 and U21 prices will rise by either £25 or £15, depending on the level by which they were discounted from the 2010/11 rates.

All U18 prices remain unchanged and the seats of existing season-ticket holders will be held until June 30.

CHRISTIAN Dailly will not play again this season after receiving a five-game ban after his third red card of the season against Oldham Athletic on Saturday.

The Charlton skipper will miss the final five matches of 2010/12 after retaliating following a wild challenge by Latics striker Reuben Reid.

STRIKER Frank Nouble will remain at The Valley until the end of the season after his loan from West Ham United was extended on Friday.

THE club’s last fixture of the season against Hartlepool United on May 7 has been designated Young Addicks Day and will be a special occasion for young supporters.

Charlton have reduced the price of U18 tickets to just £1 when bought with an adult or over 60 seat and an entertainment programme is being planned.

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

TICKETS for this year’s Charlton player of the year award evening are now on sale from the Valley commercial centre on 0871 226 1905 and fans will be able to vote for their player of the year from Saturday’s home match against Huddersfield Town.

The 2010/11 dinner will take place at The Valley on May 1 and admission, which includes a hot meal, is £25.

In addition to the awards and speeches, there will be a raffle and disco with the entire Charlton first-team squad and management in attendance.

FANS planning to attend the Easter Monday match between Charlton and Rochdale at The Valley (3pm) are being warned the southbound lanes of the Blackwall Tunnel will be closed throughout the holiday period.

The tunnel will shut from 9pm on April 21 to 5am on April 26.

During this period, the Blackwall Tunnel will carry only northbound traffic, while the Rotherhithe Tunnel will operate two lanes in the southbound direction only.

But a two-boat Woolwich Ferry service will operate on Easter Monday.

TICKETS are currently on general sale for Charlton’s home games against Huddersfield Town on Saturday and Rochdale on Easter Monday (both 3pm).

Seats are priced £17.50, £22.50 and £25.50 adults, £13 and £17.50 over 60s and U21s and £5 all U18s.

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

BEATEN 1-0 by Leicester City on Saturday, Charlton’s U18s are without a match this weekend.

THE Valley commercial centre and Superstore will be closed on Good Friday and Easter Sunday but will operate normal hours on the intervening Easter Saturday.

The club will also open from 10am as usual on Easter Monday, when the Addicks entertain Rochdale at The Valley (3pm).

GEMMA Bryan’s 15th and 16th goals of the season fired the Charlton women’s team to the top of the Premier League Southern Division on Sunday.

The Addicks defeated West Ham United 3-0 at home and have displaced the Hammers at the summit.

Charlton next host Brighton & Hove Albion at Thamesmead Town’s Bayliss Avenue on Sunday (2pm).

TICKETS for Charlton’s away matches against Bristol Rovers on April 23 and Walsall on April 30 (both 3pm) are currently available on general sale.

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

UNITED Kingdom Eurovision representatives Blue and rock band The Darkness are the latest additions to the line-up for this summer’s Celebrity Soccer Six football tournament at The Valley on Bank Holiday Monday, May 30.

Shayne Ward, winner of The X Factor in 2005, plus a host of actors from EastEnders and Waterloo Road are already confirmed and many more famous names will follow.

More than 4,000 people attended the stadium last year to see a mix of singers, actors and comedians playing football and tickets are on sale on 0871 226 1905.

Admission is £12 adults, £8 U12s and family tickets (two adults and three U12s) are £40.