November 27, 2021

Valley Gold to support Cayman tour

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valley-gold-4383-255740_478x359By Iain Liddle From Charlton Athletic FC

A selection of prospects from Charlton’s academy will travel to the Cayman Islands in May for a tournament, thanks to the support of Valley Gold

A selection of prospects from Charlton’s academy will travel to the Cayman Islands in May for a tournament, thanks to the support of Valley Gold.

The groundbreaking initiative, which supporters the club’s academy, will pay for the evening meals of the players while on tour with Cayman Airlines sponsoring the rest of the trip.

Players from the U14 and U13 age groups will be eligible for selection for the matches in the Caribbean which will run from the 5-12th of May. The tournament will consist of eight teams from the Cayman Islands, USA, Central America and Europe.

“Our small contribution towards this tour, which will hopefully be a great experience for these very young players, will undoubtedly help them in their progression to becoming professional footballers for Charlton,” said Wendy Perfect, Promoter of Charlton Club, which runs Valley Gold.

“The success of Charlton’s academy has been there for everyone to see with five former academy players – Joe Pigott, Jordan Cousins, Harry Lennon, Diego Poyet and Morgan Fox – all making their first-team debuts this season.

“They have joined former members of the academy including Danny Green, Callum Harriott, Chris Solly and Lawrie Wilson who have previously established themselves in Charlton’s first team.”

Supporters who would like to support the club’s academy can join Valley Gold today for £10 per month, which works out at around £2.31 per week.

Fans can download an application form from www.valleygold.org.uk, by emailing Lisa Squires at [email protected] or by calling 020-8244.7771.

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For more on this story go to:

http://www.cafc.co.uk/news/article/20140331-valley-gold-to-support-cayman-islands-tour-1457346.aspx#OT6GBeWKwhaHqFko.99

 

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