Charlton Athletic: These fans talk about club update

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Some Charlton Athletic fans have been talking about the latest update that the club relayed on social media recently.

The club’s official Twitter account recently posted a link to an article on the club’s website which had director Marian Mihail answering some questions from the Charlton fans.

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To kick off this quiz on 2019/20 Championship goalkeepers, can you name which goalkeeper has kept the highest number of clean sheets in the Championship this season?

One question, in particular, surrounded the club’s potential change in ownership, but Mihail didn’t give too much away in this, saying that he himself doesn’t know the third-party in question and that he wouldn’t be in a position to give away names, in any case.

Many Charlton fans flocked to this tweet and talked about his answer involving the potential change in ownership.

Are you convinced by what Mihail says?

I don't believe him

I don't believe him

Yes, I'm convinced

Yes, I'm convinced

The article also had a question about the issue surrounding how the police were called to recover two Range Rover sports cars each of over £100,000 in value from former chairman Matt Southall. He was ousted from the club’s board back in March after he was said to have made £1.8 million in unauthorised payments.

The question posed to Mihail asked him if the club now has all the Range Rovers back in the club’s possession, but Mihail responded that two have not yet been recovered.

This response also sparked a reaction from many Charlton fans. They made their opinions about the situation very clear.

Judging from the comments of these Charlton fans, these two issues are the most concerning for them. Since both of them indirectly relate to the club’s ownership, they are bound to be asking for more information about it.

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