Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Katrien: I was frightened on train

In a wide-ranging interview with the Evening Standard Charlton chief executive Katrien Meire admits that she was frightened when she was confronted by angry Charlton fans after the defeat at Watford. She also received hate e-mails, but is enjoying life at The Valley now: Interview

She admits that some of the players brought over from the mother ship last year were sub-standard and says that fans do not appreciate the range of Roland Duchatelet's interests. He has to keep his microchip business going, as well as overseeing his network of football clubs. She also talks about the network concept.

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