Building a better future together
By prosecuting and banning men, women and children who threw a black & white beach ball onto the pitch.
Another poorly issued statement from the incompetent CEO and her bellicose COO yesterday. “Last week, in response to an unfortunate increase in incidents of disorder at matches involving Charlton Athletic, there was a meeting at New Scotland Yard between the Metropolitan Police Service and the club.” (more)
The CEO and COO clearly wobbling and doing another fine job of communicating with the fanbase with more idle threats and the only way the club is talking to their customers at the moment is via statements on it’s increasingly toxic Official Site. That poor photo of a corner flag is going to be worn out.
The club and it’s lifelong supporters, leaders in the fight against racism and togetherness in the community now at war and the master and his puppets showing real signs that their strings are fraying. Badly. Guys, stay with it because, trust me, it is only going to get worse.
They really can stick it. This is certainly war and the CEO and COO should be treated with the contempt they deserve. After all they are the villains and as my fellow Blogger Albury Addick so succinctly puts it, the Met Police should be investigating the theft of a football club. Because after all that is the true crime here.
Stop playing the victim Katrien, take a look in the mirror.
The Coalition Against Roland Duchatelet (CARD) statement in response is here.
CAFC, as a business, has suffered severe and irreparable damage at the hands of a totally inept ownership that has lost all credibility. There is no way Roland Duchatelet can successfully run Charlton, even if he had half a clue. The only solution is for him to put the club on the market and hopefully attract a legitimate buyer who can put this Humpty Dumpty of a mess back together again!
I hope Pinocchio stays on her high horse long enough to ride off into the sunset taking Dickheadelet with her & then everyone can live happily ever after !!
CARD’s statement is the very essence of eloquence. The pen is always mightier than the sword.
In the end the truth will out.