Charlton Athletic have done little to appease their disgruntled supporters, releasing this bizarre statement on Tuesday.
At around 8:30pm on Tuesday, Charlton Athletic released a statement on their official site questioning the motive of fans who disrupted Sunday's win over Middlesbrough, in protest of Roland Duchatelet's ownership of the club.
Before the game, swathes of fans lined the streets which surround The Valley stadium, to mourn the death of their 'hopes and dreams' via a mock funeral, as reported by the Daily Mail.
Inside the ground, play was disrupted on numerous occasions - first by beach balls, followed by ref-imitating whistles and a pitch invasion.
Somehow, the second-bottom Addicks managed to beat their promotion-chasing opponents 2-0, to take their points tally to an impressive seven in three matches.
Two days on, Duchatelet and co have hit back, accusing individuals involved of 'wanting the club to fail' in a statement which reads like a childish rant, or as one social media user put it: "like a rambling Facebook status from your mate's little brother".
It hasn't gone down well, with some even questioning its validity, and appears to have decreased Duchatelet's popularity even further - if such a thing were possible.
Here's the best of the reaction on Twitter...
What a wholly unprofessional, misguided, mess of a statement that is from Charlton. Reads like it's written by a Primary school student.— Daniel King (@kingofdaniels) 15 March 2016
The statement made is hard to read, humiliating in-fact.— Danny (@dannycafc) 15 March 2016
I've never been so ashamed to be a fan of Charlton.
The owners do not care.
That Charlton statement is a parody, right?— Michael (@mwjohnson14) 15 March 2016
This club statement from Charlton reads like a rambling Facebook status from your mate's little brother https://t.co/Jvx391KoPI— Dan Kilpatrick (@Dan_KP) 15 March 2016
Has that statement come from the official Charlton website? Shocking.— Kris (@Kris_Newcastle) 15 March 2016
That Charlton statement is outrageous— joe (@Fandanjoe) 15 March 2016
The bit of the Charlton statement with the asterisk makes me think of this for some reason... pic.twitter.com/uVsjAw2ZFI— Jon Stump (@jonstump) 15 March 2016
That Charlton statement is top drawer, did nobody actually try and persuade the owner that it wasn't a very good idea?— Lee (@ghostbiggie) 15 March 2016
One of the finest club statements of all time as Charlton try to piss off all their fans https://t.co/HlBztKZBcG— Will Unwin (@Will_Unwin) 15 March 2016
Surely that Charlton statement isn't real?— Alex Callow (@AlexCallow) 15 March 2016