Charlton boss Karl Robinson has spoken publicly about an expletive-laden video involving Chris Solly, Harry Lennon and Dillon Phillips.

Ex-Addicks players Morgan Fox, Ricky Holmes and Roger Johnson also featured in a video posted on The Sun's website where abuse was directed at Northern Irish pair Mikhail Kennedy and Josh Magennis.

Yesterday, Charlton released a statement confirming the current Addicks players would face internal punishment.

The Sun said the video, filmed in October 2016, had caused “bad blood” between Charlton’s stars, however, Robinson has refuted those claims.

He told News Shopper: “It was before my time, but I know the players are deeply ashamed. They feel that if it’s offended anyone, they apologise. It was on a private WhatsApp group and someone sent it to the papers.

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“Not one person [player] was offended. There’s been no bad blood between the players. It’s not created a divide.

“One thing I was disappointed about was that there was a comment from a ‘club insider’ saying it had created a divide and a bullying issue. But we can assure you that’s certainly not the case.

“But at the same time, I can’t accept that. They've been spoken to internally about their future conduct.

“There are two things here, one, you can’t conduct yourself in that manner when you're in the public eye, forget that, you shouldn't conduct yourself like that anyway. Secondly, how it can affect so many people if you say things in a group.

“Our players will move on, we’ve dealt with the situation. The players will say we’ve been firm but fair and they've been warned about their future conduct.”

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