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13 July 2020

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Photo: PA Images Former Charlton chairman Matt Southall has launched legal action in order to remove Chris Farnell and four other directors of East Street Investments (ESI), the club's parent company.
Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

Former chairman in bid to regain control of Charlton

Former Charlton chairman Matt Southall has launched legal action in order to remove Chris Farnell and four other directors of East Street Investments (ESI), the club's parent company, according to Sky Sports. Southall is working alongside director Jonathan Heller whom alongside the chairman was removed from Charlton's board by the club's former owner Tahnoon Nimer earlier this year.

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