That was the chant that rang out around The Valley yesterday evening after Charlton lost 0-2 to MK Dons, having been outplayed by the visitors. Fortunately, Port Vale and Shrewsbury both lost, so we remain four points above the drop zone.
However, we have got one win in fourteen and, if we carry on playing like this, it is difficult to see where one is coming from. When I looked at the team, I thought it looked quite strong, but that was not evident on the pitch.
Our last four matches are going to be six pointers against bottom teams.
I have some difficulty last night in working out what our formation was, eventually concluding it was some kind of diamond. However, the team kept losing its shape. Watt was a disappointment, Forster-Caskey was anonymous and Chris Solly seemed to lack pace. Only loan player DaSilva looked up for it.
Voting for Player of the Year takes place on Saturday and it is difficult to think of a deserving candidate.
The Franchisees went ahead after seven minutes following a defensive mix up. Holmes did have a chance on 19 minutes to equalise, but put the ball wide. Their second half goal from Barnes was well taken, creeping just inside the post, and attracted applause from some Addicks.
The tributes to PC Keith Palmer were carried out in a dignified manner and reflected credit on the club. It was also good to hear the crowd chanting, 'PC Keith Palmer, he's one of our own.'
Valley Gold meeting with Katrien Meire
Meire came across as pleasant and I don't have any personal quarrel with her, I just think she is the wrong job. She tried to answer the questions put, although understandably when asked what would happen if Roland kicked the bucket, she said she hadn't discussed this issue with 'upstairs'.
Quite a lot of time was spent on the sale of Lookman, but I don't really have a quarrel with the regime about this. I think that different owners would have made the same decision. Lookman wanted to go and it would have been unfair to deny him the opportunity. If he had stayed as a loan player, his play might have been affected by the fear of getting injured.
Meire is clearly worried about the possibility of relegation. She said that at the end of January it was still thought there was a chance of the play offs, but after a poor February, Robinson was instructed to go for safety. The team was clearly under performing and, following the disappointing result at Peterborough, she had spoken to Robinson on the phone on Saturday and Sunday. I did not get the impression that Robinson was in jeopardy: rather he is being asked to plan for next season. Wingers, a striker and a goalkeeper are on the priority list.
Their most expensive acquisition, Ajose, had been on the recommendation of the then manager. They had not realised that the whole system at Swindon had been built around him which was not possible at Charlton. One would have thought this would have been looked at more carefully before signing him.
Asked what pleasure Roland had got out of his ownership of Charlon, she said that he was obsessed with the detail of the training ground project. They were also trying to build up the women's team.
Asked whether the club was for sale, she said, 'We're her for the long term', but Roland may not necessarily tell her what is going on.