So I sent a letter to the Football League, FA and IFO: http://forum.charltonlife.com/discussion/72935/the-fa-the-football-league-and-their-investigations
The League have at least bothered to respond. Underlining my own:
Thanks for your email, we note your comments in relation to this fixture and Charlton Athletic.
As is often the case with key end of season fixtures, The Football League is liaising with the club and the relevant safety authorities with regard to ensuring that the necessary crowd management provisions are in place to enable the effective staging of the Charlton versus Burnley match.
With regards to your wider comments and queries about the ownership and management of Charlton Football Club it is important to clarify what authority The League has to involve itself in the ’running’ of clubs.
Our mandate to govern is enshrined in our regulations which, having been voted through by clubs
, provide a clear objective framework under which clubs are required to operate. It therefore follows that what the League cannot do is intervene in club matters in instances where there hasn’t been any breach of regulations
based on subjective judgements about the management of individual clubs. Particularly as in a competitive league environment clubs will succeed or fail based on the on and off field decisions they make. As their own private businesses
, aside from complying with our regulatory requirements and the ‘laws of the land’, clubs can choose to operate as they see fit
Where we have evidence that any club has not complied with our regulations we will act. In addition we can only refer you to The League’s Owners and Directors Test (O&DT) conditions, which set out on-going disqualifying conditions for any owner or director that does not adhere to this objective criteria http://www.football-league.co.uk/global/appendix3.aspx
Thank you for contacting The Football League.
Customer Services Department