Chris Powell resumed normal service 'oop norf' grabbing a 0-1 at ACV'd Ewood - Meanwhile CAS Trust have managed to deliver a whopping 16,000 flyers through its volunteer network for the football for a fiver match against Wigan
One hole was enough on Saturday for Simon Church
Charlton's Welsh striker helped grab a magnificient one nil victory at Blackburn as the holes in Chris Powell's season start are patched. It capped off a great week for Charlton and its fledgling supporters' trust. Our match report to follow.
Efforts to promote the Wigan match
As well as CAS Trust delivering 16,000 leaflets, fans also joined in the attempt to get #footballforafiver trending worldwide. The valiant attempt succeeded as Twitter buckled under the number of tweets, retweets by Addicks sent the attempt stratospheric. Sadly FA Cup winners Wigan the opposition next Sunday failed to support the initiative on their official twitter page.
Charlton Fans can still help the campaign to Fill the Valley
By finding all the lapsed fans, friends and family they know and giving them a nudge in the direction of CAFC ticket office fans can make a big difference '5 quid' a pop is a great bargain for some sunday afternoon to see, and a full ground will help cheer the team to Victory and give all the newbies a taste of just how good it can be to watch Charlton at the Valley.
Before the match on Sunday
CAS Trust will have two stalls before the match, if you want to help out or just come and say Hi, you would be most welcome. Fans will be able to meet CAS Trust Board members, join, sign ACV petition, have their say on CAS Trust and enter our Free prize Draw.
Dinner's us on us
Many of you may be interested to know you can now give your view on CAS Trust and enter our free prize draw to win 2 tickets to the clubs Back to the Valley Event on 21st December, with a huge number of Valley legends including Alan Curbishley, Chris Powell, Mark Kinsella, Clive Mendonca, and more.
ACV Result still not in
Despite estimates of a decision mid October there is still no decision from the Royal Borough on Asset of Community Value status for the Valley, Charlton fans can still add their names to our petition in support of the application.