Charlton v Coventry, interrupted by flying pigs
Charlton Athletic and Coventry City supporters staged a combined protest aimed at owners of their respective clubs.
Today's League One game at The Valley was interrupted in the first minute by flying pigs at the South West London based club.
Fans of both Charlton and Coventry staged a joint support by throwing plastic pigs on the pitch during the match as a protest aimed at the owners of both clubs.
Supporters of the London side have made repeated protests against owner Roland Duchatelet's running of the club whilst the visiting fans protest was aimed at the running of the Midlands club by Sisu.
Charlton won the game 3-0 that sees them move to fifteenth in the table whilst the Sky Blues remain rooted at the foot of the table.
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