Loud and clear
Happy New Year.
As the quest of Charlton fans to reclaim our club grows in the national media, tomorrow’s game against Nottingham Forest is the last home game for 3 weeks and it is essential that we make our voices heard loud and clear. Protests behind the west stand are planned for 2.30pm and at 5pm.
The 5pm protest will be an hour-long sit in and I urge Addicks to make their feelings known towards the owner, his CEO and the amateur of a manager. I also hope that for the 90 minutes in between the fans in the stadium make Meire and Murray as uncomfortable as possible.
Since the home defeat to Wolves plans have been leaked of Katrien Meire abandoning the matchday programme, rumours persist of the further selling-off of players in January, the ticket office being turned over to the NHS as a call centre, and Richard Murray incredibly backing again the reign of Duchatelet.
The importance of national coverage cannot not be underestimated and it was good to hear Matt Holland discussing our plight on Talksport this afternoon and the reach of a variety of comments and statements on Twitter has been extensive with many journalists retweeting about tomorrow’s protests. Forest fans have been supportive too.
No backing down tomorrow, never has the tag line ‘we are one, we are red, we are Charlton’ been more apt.