Lee Bowyer has undertaken his pre-match interview with the SLP and, not surprisingly, much of it is a statement of the obvious. It is evident that sloppy defending and basic errors have to be stopped, but how do you secure that? It's not Australian rules with coaches on the pitch.
Bowyer says that Charlton's play off hopes are still alive and he takes responsibility for recent poor performances, but thinks the players need to do the same: https://londonnewsonline.co.uk/we-all-need-to-take-responsibility-lee-bowyer-in-charlton-athletic-call-as-battle-on-to-resurrect-play-off-prospects/
I think that the chances of a play off place are now not good unless there is a major turn round in performances and form (plus a little luck with the woodwork and officials). Promotion would be a concern because I do not think we are ready, nor would summer signings entirely solve the problem.
The Bowyer in or out debate ultimately becomes irrelevant because he will be here until the summer. I just think too much emphasis is put on decision-making manager while careless mistakes by the players are discounted.