Chris Dunlavy lays into the Belgian owners and management of Charlton in a full page article in The Football League Paper today.
He starts by referring to a greeting card which says 'I never make the same mistake twice - I make it five or six times just to make sure.' Dunlavy suggests that one might be sent to Roland.
Of Katrien Meire, he says, '[her] crass comments and embarrassing naivety have exposed a shameful condescension towards supporters.' She has proved 'by word and deed that football is beyond her expertise.'
Of Roland he says, 'the bloke is either willfully ignorant or deliberately neglectful ... [he] is an idealist determined to make his network succeed despite increasing evidence to the contrary.'
Referring to the plan to use the Academy to 'produce the Premier League players of the future', Dunlavy says 'That would undoubtedly be easier without the burden of a Championship wage bill. Not to say he seeks relegation. Simply that relegation would not harm the business plan.'
He concludes, 'if Charlton were a restaurant, trading standards would close it down and kick this pair of comedians out on to the street.'
The Daily Telegraph takes a long look at the situation at Charlton: Toxic yet positive