Charlton chief executive Katrien Meire has landed a new job with an English club. 

Meire resigned from her role at the Valley earlier this month.

And News Shopper has been told that the Belgian lawyer will start working for another club when she leaves SE7 at the end of the year.

Meire was appointed CEO of Charlton when Roland Duchatelet bought the Addicks in January 2014.

She fell out with Charlton fans after branding them “customers” before the club were relegated from the Championship last year. 

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Despite recruiting experienced and talented League One players in the summer, supporters’ discontent for Meire never wavered. 

Speaking about her departure, Charlton owner Duchatelet said: “It is with regret that the board of directors accepted Katrien’s resignation earlier this month.

“I want to thank Katrien for her loyal service and commitment. We are sorry to see her go and wish her well for the future. We will now be reviewing our management structure.

“Katrien will leave at the end of this month but we’re not looking to directly replace her as we’re currently in talks with various interested parties regarding a potential takeover of the club.”

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