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The Coalition Against Roland Duchatelet - an umbrella for Charlton supporters' groups campaigning to rid owner Duchatelet from our club | DM for media enquiries
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CARD 4h
They lie to the fans. They lie to the media. They lie to their own employees. Don't be taken in . We'd be happy to put you right
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Louis Mendez 5h
11' - Loud "We want Roland out" chant reverberates around The Valley -
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Charlton Strife 5h
The Roland factor working its magic. Incredible.
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Jimmy Stone 7h
Just spoken to at The Valley about Roland Duchâtelet’s Charlton reneging on staff bonuses. Now walking up the hill and home. He’s not getting a penny more from me.
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Rick Everitt 11h
Thanks to for responding on today. Now being suggested that Footscray Rugby Club have issued a writ against the club for failing to complete works on its site. One for who praised joint scheme when launched?
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Richard Cawley 8h
Asked for statement on outstanding bonus payments to staff. Told that staff set to be spoken to before there is any public statement.
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CharltonLife.com 12h
Regardless of what you can or can’t do thanks very much for your continued public support and voicing the feelings of thousands of your concerned constituents
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theuglygame 17h
Replying to @uglygame
Regulation is often an after-the-fact response to a high-profile failing. But the Charlton situation is unusual: the requirement for action has been there for so long that the EFL have had plenty of time to consult on new rules and intervene while the original problem persists.
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theuglygame 17h
If the EFL has instituted proper reform when Duchatelet first went rogue, things would never have got this far. Charlton is a case study in regulatory negligence.
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The Football League Paper 12h
Greenwich and Woolwich MP Matthew Pennycook has called on Charlton Athletic owner Roland Duchatelet to sell the club with staff reported to be considering legal action over unpaid bonuses
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Matthew Pennycook MP 13h
The situation at is utterly shambolic and it now appears that staff at The Valley are also being targeted. Fans are telling me that they're genuinely concerned about the future viability of the club if the takeover process fails. Enough is enough Roland Duchatelet, just go.
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CARD 15h
Our statement on this morning’s story in the Daily Mail.
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HEATHER ALDERSON 17h
👀 Morning Roland, enjoying your breakfast? staff work hard for our club. How dare you withhold their payments. Disgrace
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CARD 17h
Wake up, read and smell the coffee Mr. Duchâtelet.
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cafcSUPPORTERStrust Aug 20
How low can a multi-millionaire owner go?
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clive harris Aug 20
Absolutely shocking state of affairs, lets stand with the staff who keep us going in such awful conditions, shame on you Duchatalet!! Charlton Athletic staff consider legal action over unpaid bonuses via
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Louis Mendez Aug 20
Replying to @LouisMend
If this was happening to the players it would be extremely disappointing. But it’s happening to regular members of staff who earn normal wages like in a normal job that they work hard in and perform well in. It’s not on.
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Alan Aug 20
Duchatelet is a disgrace. Murray is a disgrace. Duchatelet's hatchet man Lieven de Turck is a disgrace. Long suffering Charlton staff are being cheated. I hope they sue. I hope they strike. The fans will support them.
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Nozza_ Aug 20
Buzzing for the PR spin on this.
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Jimmy Stone Aug 20
Unbelievable, infuriating and sickening. Roland Duchâtelet, a billionaire, trying to save a few thousand pounds by reneging on a bonus promised to hardworking, poorly paid staff. Arguably his most disgusting act as Charlton owner yet.
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