That concludes the broadcast section of the press conference. The written press are now fielding their question to the table. Stay tuned to www.cafc.co.uk and the CAFC Wall for reaction
RD: We want to work hard on continuing to build this community. It's a big community already but it can increase still. You don't build a big building on small foundations so we have to strengthen our foundation to give us a better chance to stay in the Premier League if we get there.
RD: A football club is not just about winning games. Football today is a huge social event. There is no other gathering of people which attract such a diverse group of people. It's incredible. So we want to make all our fans feel welcome when they come to watch Charlton.
CP: We worked so hard to get out of League One. We needed to get out. We're a Championship club minimum and we know what it means to be a Premiership club. It's going to take a lot of hard work but I know the players we have will make sure we will remain a Championship side.
CP: I've set myself a goal to remain a Championship club. Of course the cup is a welcome bonus, it is not a distraction. We're 180 minutes from a semi-final which is not to be sniffed at.
CP: The new players have settled in very well. It's always hard to come over and join a new team but they've shown their abilities. It takes time but we need them to get up to speed ASAP because of the position we're in.
RD: Before we took over we had an analysis of the players. We knew it was very important to add a significant number of good players. Chris had to have a bit of confidence in the players we brought in but of course it is his choice to play or not to play them.
Richard Murray: The big advantage is we have scouts everywhere across Europe whereas many clubs at this level don't benefit from that
RD: It is important for clubs to break even. I'm in support of Financial Fair Play. Championship clubs all make losses. It is fair to say it is the same in Spain. Owners want to win rather than make money which leads to a situation where we are in competition with clubs with more money. Chris Powell's big merit is that he has kept this club afloat with little investment.
RD: All my clubs need to care for their own destiny. But Charlton can benefit from many young players across the other clubs in Europe.
RD: We are trying to help bring Charlton to a more stable level than they have been lately.
RD: Charlton are one of the most impressive clubs in the country. The history shows it is a very attractive club.
RD is first to speak.....
We are expecting the arrival of Roland Duchâtelet, Chris Powell, Richard Murray and Katrien Meire very shortly. Stay tuned to the CAFC Wall for all the updates