Roland Duchatelet has slammed Charlton fans for creating a political party in his homeland.

Angry Addicks supporters formed the Roland Out Today (ROT) party to run in Sint-Truiden’s local elections next year in protest against their unpopular owner.

And Belgian tycoon Duchatelet has hit back at his own fans.

He said: “It is another nasty upsetting of a small group of ex-Charlton Athletic supporters.

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“It is a small minority that cannot find our policy, 90 per cent of the supporters do.

“Incidentally, I think there is still a lot to be done before ROT finds residents of Sint-Truiden to form a list and take part in the municipal elections.”

ROT will need at least 12 per cent of the votes to win a seat – but their sole aim is to embarrass Duchatelet.