Paul Elliot's attempt to prevent Charlton being sold to someone else will be heard in the High Court in Manchester tomorrow. It's a complex tangle, but potentially the first step towards saving Charlton from predatory chancers. VOTV editor Rick Everitt explains the background to the hearing: http://www.votvonline.com/home/the-2019-20-blogs/31-8-season-at-stake-as-addicks-come-up-in-court/
The man with the inside knowledge, VOTV editor Rick Everitt
Apparently an Istanbul-based consortium is also now in the frame. How these things are learnt of in Ramsgate is a mystery to me, but it does mean that even if Elliott is substracted from the action, it is by no means certain that Thomas Sandgaard will be the next owner.
Sandgaard is here for eight days and had a brief meeting with Lee Bowyer at the Palace game on Saturday: https://londonnewsonline.co.uk/charlton-boss-lee-bowyer-on-his-introductory-chat-with-potential-new-addicks-owner-thomas-sandgaard/