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Former Charlton striker Clive Mendonca had an impressive spell at The Valley after arriving from the delights of Grimsby back in 1997.
His scoring helped the Addicks into the Premier League after a dramatic play-off final win over Sunderland, in which Mendonca struck a hat-trick.
Sadly, successive injuries forced him out of the game in 2002, and he has since gone on to become an oil-rigger.
Lukas Jutkiewicz deservedly handed Middlesbrough the points against Charlton with a goal midway through the second half at The Valley.
The striker took advantage of some miscommunication in the home defence to nod home the winner following Grant Leadbitter's corner.
On 5 December 1992 Charlton Athletic played their first home game at The Valley in seven years, and capped the occasion in style by beating Portsmouth 1-0.
The Valley had once been the largest stadium in London with a capacity of 75,000, but went into decline after the war. By the 1980s it had been repossessed, and Charlton were forced to groundshare first with Crystal Palace and then with West Ham.
However, in the late eighties plans were laid for a return to the club's home, and with funds raised The Valley was re-opened for the visit of Portsmouth.
Colin Walsh's 7th-minute goal capped the occasion with a victory for the Addicks.