Charlton fans have promised unpopular owner Roland Duchatelet: There will be more protests before the season starts.

Addicks protest group Belgium Twenty visited Duchatelet’s home in Sint-Truiden on the weekend to demonstrate against the Belgian businessman.

Supporters did not meet Duchatelet on this occasion, but put up a “Roland Out” poster in his foyer.

A Belgium Twenty spokesman told News Shopper: “We went into the reception area of his building and left some messages in his postbox and put up the poster.

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“We didn't stay for too long. He does find that we are a pain to deal with. He is a complex character and it is difficult to read his ideas.

“We’re not doing it to get any plaudits or praise. It’s not nice to constantly protest - we would much rather just support our club.”

This is the latest stunt carried out by Belgium Twenty, who hand-delivered more than 100 letters from disgruntled fans to Duchatelet in December.

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Charlton owner Roland Duchatelet is confronted by a Belgium Twenty member

The group went a step further in April when they put up fake road signs in Sint-Truiden with ‘Roland Out’ messages.

Belgium Twenty also met with Graag een Ander STVV (GrAs) - a Sint-Truiden supporters’ group who are unhappy with the way Duchatelet is running their club.

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It costs each Charlton fan around £300 to travel to Belgium, however, it won’t put them off from returning until Duchatelet sells up.

The Belgium Twenty spokesman added: “Roland is aware that we’ve been back and we’re not going to relent in our efforts to persuade him to sell.

“We went to Belgium on the weekend to talk to a Sint-Truiden protest group about plans going forward.

“There will be more protests - something is going to happen in Sint-Truiden before the start of the new season.

“We want to get back to some sort of normality - the club is slowly dying.”