Step forward Guy Luzon.
From the moment Bob Peeters was shown the door, we all knew Luzon was heading for the Valley.
Despite the moans and groans of the Standard Liege supporters, who rather successfully campaigned for his exit from their club, I've nothing (yet) against him.
Time will tell if Guy Luzon makes a good go of his reported 18 month contract in South East London, though of course Roland may well pull the plug way before then.
Charlton supporters have been treated as mugs.
A lot of people would say that every single active football supporter of every club in the world is a mug.
If I went to a restaurant and they served a bad meal I'd be unlikely to return.
I'd certainly receive some questions about my sanity if I then started making arrangements to visit the establishment most weekends.
Football is different to real life.
It doesn't matter how often we get to 5 o'clock on match days, feeling like we've had a kick in the knackers, thoroughly miserable, having had a joyless time.
We all turn up at the next fixture, waving the hope over experience flag.
What I'm not prepared to accept though is being treated like a mug who won't recognise when he's being lied to.
On Saturday we were told The Bob Era had been a success so far.
By Sunday evening it had now become such an appalling disaster he had lost his job.
Apparently the decision was made after the Brighton game.
Rather a hasty decision there Roland.
Either you're an impetuous hot head, (the kind of person who is unlikely to be a success in business) or your pants are quite obviously on fire.
Multimillionaire business tycoon Roland surely had Guy Luzon waiting in the wings, yet we were fed the garbage about the club making sure the next appointment of Head Coach was the 'right man'.
Time would be taken. The search would be exhaustive.
We were lead to believe there would be shortlists drawn up and interviews held.
What we weren't told is that we would get another jockey from Roland's managerial merry go round.
We knew it would happen yet we are being asked to believe it's purely a coincidence that somebody already employed by Roland is that 'best man' for the SE7 hotseat.
Roland should be honest.
He should say, "In my opinion, it wasn't working out with Peeters, so a few weeks ago I asked my old mate Guy Luzon to step in to steady the ship".
Why all the pretence that there'd be interviews and shortlists?
Katrien has come out of all of this with rather a large portion of egg on her face.
As the public face of the organisation and supposedly the voice of what is going on, she's ended up admitting in print that she's not aware of what's going on and is out of the loop.
She's looked less informed than some of the more active Charlton bloggers, many who were guessing aloud that Bob was on his way to be replaced by 'that bloke from Israel who got chased out of Standard Liege'.
Sometimes my football club makes me feel very flat.
Now is one of those times.