The EFL has said they want to meet with the club to get a full understanding of the current situation that surrounds the club.
One of the key factors that has played a role in the differences between the fans and the ownership has been around communication. Therefore the club has written to the EFL and suggested as part of the process that they examine the communication by the club, CARD, the Charlton Athletic Supporters Trust and on various social media platforms.
Once they have analysed the past communication and have a broader awareness of all the facts, we have asked the EFL to make recommendations on how the club and the other groups can improve this. We have asked that recent events investigated include the employee bonus issue, cost efficiencies relating to cleaning and the supply of drinking water at the training ground.
We have also asked the EFL to consider:
- Are the cost efficiencies helping the sale of the club?
- Are the protests helping the sale of the club?
The club will meet with the EFL in early October to discuss in more detail.