Karl Robinson has praised protesting Charlton fans.

Protests were planned to demand answers from director Richard Murray about the club’s future, however, they have been cancelled after the former Addicks chairman agreed to meet the Charlton Athletic Supporters’ Trust before Saturday’s game with Walsall.

And Robinson believes the Valley faithful have conducted themselves in “an impeccable manner”.

The Addicks boss told News Shopper: “Listen from the protest perspective, it’s been official, it’s been responded to and in a classy way it’s ‘ok we’ll do it the right way’ but what is the right way? Nobody knows.

“Richard wants to speak to people one-to-one, I think people get their point across so much more when it’s in a calmer environment.

“But again the fans have conducted themselves in an impeccable manner.

“There would have been no problems with the protest, it would've been very controlled and we would've dealt with it and tried to win the game.”