Ninety per cent of Charlton supporters disagree with Roland Duchatelet's assessment of where the blame should be apportioned for the club's problems.
In his recent TalkSport interview with Jim White Duchatelet advanced three theories about how the actions of supporters had been disadvantageous to the club, so we asked supporters what they thought. Just under 700 responses were made to our survey as follows:
1. Fan protests contributed to the club being relegated in 2016:
93% of respondents disagreed (90% strongly disagreed) with this theory. Of CAST members 97% disagreed (94% strongly disagreed)
2. Fan protests contributed to Chris Wilder turning down the CAFC management job in 2016:
89% of respondents disagreed (77% strongly disagreed) with this theory. Of CAST members 93% disagreed (78% strongly disagreed)
3. Fan protests are making it difficult to find new owners for the club:
87% of respondents disagreed (72% strongly disagreed) with this theory. Of CAST members 90% disagreed (75% strongly disagreed)
Further findings from the CAST Autumn survey will be published in the coming weeks.