Mark Ritson reports
Young Addicks goalkeeper Nick Pope has extended his loan spell at Ryman Premier side Harrow Borough for another month until October 15th.
The six-foot-four custodian joined Borough in August, and has featured in all of their opening league matches this season, including an impressive win over high-flying Lowestoft Town where he saved a penalty.
Pope was not allowed to feature in Harrow's FA Cup first-round qualifying win against Marlow last weekend, but returns to the squad for the visit of Hastings United on Saturday (3pm).
Meanwhile, Yado Mambo and Conor Gough will also be in action for loan clubs Ebbsfleet United and Salisbury City respectively this weekend.
Mambo has joined the Fleet, also until October 15th, but has been unable to stop Liam Daish's side losing in both games he has started so far against Fleetwood Town and Cambridge United.
But the 19-year-old stopper will be hoping to grab his first win for the Kent side when they travel to Alfreton Town, who currently sit inside the relegation zone, on Saturday (3pm).
Gough has had a good start for the Whites, playing in every match so far this campaign, and he'll be hoping to lead his side to victory against Eastbourne Borough, who were relegated from the Blue Square Bet Premier last season. The match is also on Saturday (3pm).