Charlton fans are extremely unhappy with how owner Roland Duchatelet is running the club.
Going into Sunday's game at The Valley against Middlesbrough, the London side were second from bottom of the Championship, eight points adrift of safety. The club is also £44 million in debt.
In the build-up to the match, a fan group stated that it was organising 'the biggest protest which Charlton has ever seen'.
This protest did not simply involve fans marching from the pub to the ground looking rather sullen. Prior to the match, a funeral was held for the club.
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The first half of the game was delayed by four minutes after fans threw black and white beach balls onto the pitch.
Along with Duchatelet, anger was also aimed at chief executive Katrien Meire who once drew particular ire from supporters when she referred to them as 'customers'.
Charlton fans halt the game against Boro with a beach ball protest. Where's Darren Bent when you need him... https://t.co/jMWHmx9NMu
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Fans also staged a walk out in the 74th minute of the game. 74 is the number of goals which the club has conceded in all competitions this season.