This was the heading of an article by Steve Tongue which appeared in today's Independent on Sunday following up a story he wrote last week.
He writes, 'Since last week's item on the sacking of Charlton Athletic's head of development, Rick Everitt, another Valley stalwart has left and fans have now become sufficiently concerned about the direction the club are taking to set up a supporters' trust, which will hold a launch party in early December to coincide with the 20th anniversary of Charlton's return to The Valley.' [Actually the Supporters' Trust was set up before the dismissal of Everitt became known].
'Like Everitt, who was instrumental in that campaign, Wendy Perfect was a loyalist of long standing who helped run away travel, the Young Addicks and the Valley Express coach service.'
'Following the acrimonious departures of the chief executive, Steven Kavanagh, and vice-chairman, Peter Varney, last summer, supporters are asking on the Charlton Life forum who will be next and suggesting that the hugely popular manager, Chris Powell, could be at risk if results do not improve.'
'Powell is believed to have an uneasy relationship with the current regime of chairman Michael Slater - a Manchester City supporter - and Tony Jimenez the former Newcastle United vice-president,' claims Tongue.