Charlton Athletic supporters have confirmed that they will continue to protest against Owner Roland Duchatelet’s running of the club according to News Shopper.

Long suffering supporters of The Addicks have become disgruntled with the Belgian’s overall management of the club and have staged a series of protests against their club’s Owner.

The South East Londoners look almost certain to be playing League 1 football again next season following a horrendous Championship season which has seen the club fall six points adrift of safety with just eight matches left to play.

The Coalition Against Roland Duchatelet (CARD) group has been formed to unite supporters against their Owner in an attempt to force the Belgian to sell the club and the group have supported a number of protest initiatives. Recent protests have seen supporters march carrying a coffin to signal the death of their club, anti-Duchatelet chanting at matches, mass walkouts and throwing dozens of beach balls onto the pitch.

In the group’s latest protest stunt, supporters picketed the club’s training ground on Thursday and parked AdVan’s outside the club’s training facility displaying anti-Duchatelet posters in a bid to warn off sponsors and local businesses from dealing with the club.

CARD have confirmed that the latest protest went well with a number of investors deterred by the group’s actions and have advised that more protests are planned to take place in the coming weeks.

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