Charlton’s woes continue as captain apologises for ‘disgraceful’ Huddersfield displau

first_imgCharlton captain Johnnie Jackson has vowed to reimburse fans who travelled to watch the team’s humiliating defeat at Huddersfield on Tuesday night.The Addicks, second from bottom in the Championship, were thrashed 5-0 at the John Smith’s Stadium as their woeful season took another turn for the worse.Jackson posted a message on Twitter after the game: “I know words are cheap but on behalf of myself and the players, I want to apologise for tonight. It was disgraceful and you deserve better.“We are going to reimburse fans who travelled up to support us. I will arrange this with the club + they will let you know how to be refunded.”Charlton’s defeat to the Terriers followed an FA Cup exit at the hands of League One strugglers Colchester on Saturday and has left interim boss Karel Fraeye’s future in doubt.Fraeye was plucked from the Belgian third division to take on the job in October and has overseen just two wins in 13 Championship matches.Charlton fans are dismayed by the failure to appoint a permanent replacement for the axed Guy Luzon and have held protests at The Valley in recent weeks to voice their displeasure with club owner Roland Duchatelet and chief executive Katrien Meire’s running of the club.Fraeye refused to talk to the media following the defeat at Huddersfield and there were suggestions he had been sacked.But Charlton have yet to make any comment on the 38-year-old’s future and he remains in interim charge for now. 1 Johnnie Jackson last_img

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