A sad video has made it’s way online over the weekend featuring Charlton’s female CEO Katrien Meire.
Meire, a 30-year-old Belgian women who was appointed as the Addicks CEO in 2014, was confronted on the train on Saturday by a burly male after a 5-0 away drumming at Watford.
The video, which makes for uncomfortable viewing, sees Meire trying to defend the appointment of Israeli coach Guy Luzon following the battering at Watford.
Meire, who previously said Charlton had received only 20 applicants for the manager’s job, revealed that Alan Curbishley wanted the job.
Watch the video above, together with comments about the video put on social media reacted to the footage.
Of all the fans to bump into Katrien Meire, we get one of the 'been following the club since I was 3' brigade and the rest defending her?
— Terry Stark (@Terry_Stark) January 18, 2015
I do feel sorry for meire, she's probably trying to do her best but she can't go against roland and for that faces the abuse from the fans
— WEWANTOURCAFCBACK (@WWOCB) January 18, 2015
— Aaron Bowley (@valleyman1973) January 18, 2015
This Meire thing is ridiculous! Typical feminism bollocks. Happy to take the salary of a CEO but can't take any responsibility.
— Ian Catley (@CatleyCAFC) January 18, 2015
that bloke and katrien meire on the train is so harsh tbh
— Vogle (@james_vogle) January 18, 2015
Just seen the video of Katrien Meire being confronted on a train today. Uncomfortable viewing – intimidating behaviour not the answer. #cafc
— Jimmy Stone (@JimmyStone_) January 18, 2015