Monday 18 January 2016

Charlton of the past dying on its feet

In this latest contribution to the debate about what is happening at Charlton, Paul Breen argues that 'the Charlton of the past is dying on its feet': Dying on its feet

It's another piece of good writing about desperate times at The Valley. Let us hope that cumulatively they make a difference.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

You cannot successfully run a business on "shifting sands" In my experience business competitors who lacked stability invariably suffered decreased profitability due to extra costs incurred in replacing personnel. Those businesses also "enjoyed" low staff and "customer" morale . It does help to have an ability to listen to others and KM must learn not to bite the hand that feeds you ( by this KM I am referring to the "customers" and not RD)