Crisp packages thrown on the pitch as Charlton fans continue to protest against owner Roland Dutchalet
- Charlton fans derive frustrations from Roland Duchalet because the cost savings continue
- Protest comes after the Charlton employee needed permission to eat chips at the table
- The Addicks moved 0-0 with Fleetwood in the Valley and are 14th after five games
Tom Farmery for Mailonline
Charlton fans threw Saturday chips on the field in their League One match against Fleetwood in The Valley in the last protest against the absent owner of the club, Roland Duchatelet.
It was a response to reports during the week that a Charlton employee had to ask permission from HR to eat a package of chips at their desk.
Office workers have been instructed to eat lunch from computers and other equipment after the working hours of the cleaners were reduced.
Charlton groundstaff attempt to clear clear packages from the field after the last protest of the fans
It was the last in a long line of cost-saving measures implemented by the Belgian owner Duchatelet, who has not been in Charlton since 2014 – the same year he took over the ownership of the club.
Charlton fans protested before the game against Fleetwood, after Sportsmail reported that the staff would take legal action against Duchatelet for unpaid bonuses.
It is clear that Duchatelet has gone back on his promise to pay 10 percent of the salaries if certain goals were achieved by the staff in all parts of the club.
The decision not to pay the employees their bonuses served as an insult to a majority who continued to work as a gesture of good will.
The stunt happened only a few minutes after the unveiling in the midweek about the rules for the staff
Owner of Charlton Roland Duchalet has not attended a race since 2014 while he seems to be selling
Employees are also working, knowing that if they leave they will not be replaced, so that they can put more pressure on their colleagues.
The new revelations come after water and food was rationed on the training ground of the club.
Sportsmail has also reported how academics players are no longer provided with breakfast and bottled water, which fans have since started supplying at their own expense.
On Friday, the EFL, responsible for the management of the 72 clubs in the three layers under the Premier League, stated that it would meet the club and the Charlton Athletic Supporters & # 39; Trust to get a good understanding of the current situation around the Premier League. club & # 39 ;.
Charlton and Fleetwood played a scoreless draw in the valley with little support