Charlton boss Karl Robinson has apologised to Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston after his postponement claims.

The Addicks’ league game at Blackpool was postponed less than an hour before kick-off due to a waterlogged pitch last weekend.

And Robinson alleged that Oyston said Charlton’s players wanted the match called off, however, those comments were made by Blackpool owner Owen Oyston.

The Liverpudlian said: “Blackpool at the weekend was a disgrace. I’ve got a point on that actually.

“I had a go at their owner for saying something [about my players], but I mentioned the chairman. When I found out who it was, it was actually the owner and not the chairman who said it. I thought the owner was the chairman.

“So I apologised to Karl. But it was the owner who said my players wanted the game off. So I’m not happy about that.

“When you've been in the Premier League, you shouldn't have a game called off because of your pitch.

“I had a conversation with Karl on Saturday night. We’re two very strong-minded people, you can imagine what was said.

“I said it was poor that the game was called off and it was even worse that it was said my players didn't want to play. I’m protective of my club and players so don't come for my club or my players.”

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