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How many goals has Hayes scored now whilst on loan to Wycombe?

edited March 2012 in General Charlton
Sorry, can't find the stats. Saw he bagged another two last night - must be nailed on for a recall given our current striker shortage.

Well done Paul - went out, got match fit, got your confidence back by banging in goals.

Well done CP too, effective loan!
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    6 in 7 I think I saw in Twitland.
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    What have you heard supaclive?
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    Might be worth leaving both of them there as their last game is against Sheffield Wednesday, but then again I don't think it will be a massive problem. I'd like to see Hayes and BWP start a couple of games together and bring Yann on as an impact player.
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    we need him back no forwards on the bench last night.
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    If nothing else this purple patch adds to his value if CP wants to offload him in the Summer.
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    I wonder how many assists he's got as well?
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    apparently he's not enough of an' impact player' for us
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    can we recall him whenever we want from now on in

    he wants first team football and can't get that here atm
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    That interview gives the impression that he'd rather cut his own balls off with a rusty penknife than come back to us and sit on the bench (or not even that).
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    Might be worth leaving both of them there as their last game is against Sheffield Wednesday, but then again I don't think it will be a massive problem. I'd like to see Hayes and BWP start a couple of games together and bring Yann on as an impact player.
    I see what you did there.
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    edited March 2012
    can we recall him whenever we want from now on in
    Exactly. Powell can bring him back at 24 hours notice.

    So leaving him happy, confident and scoring goals at Wycombe for as long as possible is the sensible thing to do.

    And if he stays fit, we have a matchfit and confident player ready to step in if needed.
    Win/win situation for everybody.


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    Thing is with Hayes' time here is that he never looked like the kind of striker he seems to be at wycombe.The amount of times i've seen him elect to pass in front of goal when I'm willing him to smash it in the top corner,i've lost count of.

    Signs of a striker lacking confidence.Looks like this move has done him the world of good.Another tick in the box for Powelly.
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    That interview gives the impression that he'd rather cut his own balls off with a rusty penknife than come back to us and sit on the bench (or not even that).
    I dont blame him
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    According to OptaSports on Twitter...

    'Paul Hayes now has more league goals (6) in six games for Wycombe than he did in 47 games for Charlton, Barnsley & Preston (5).

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    March 2012
    League One Wycombe v MK Dons Sat 24 Mar 15:00
    League One Stevenage v Wycombe Sat 31 Mar 15:00

    April 2012

    League One Wycombe v Carlisle Fri 6 Apr 15:00
    League One Chesterfield v Wycombe Mon 9 Apr 15:00
    League One Wycombe v Oldham Sat 14 Apr 15:00
    League One Charlton v Wycombe Sat 21 Apr 15:00

    League One Wycombe v Notts County Sat 28 Apr 15:00

    May 2012
    League One Sheff Wed v Wycombe Sat 5 May 15:00
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    players all seem to want him back on twitter so I'd bring him back
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    Leave him where he is for the moment. No point in bringing him back to then sit on the bench (or worse leave him out totally).
    While he's on loan, he's scoring plenty which is increasing his confidence for when or if we do need him to come back for a starting role. At the same time he's denting other's chances of gaining form for when we play them (Carlisle & Oldham), could ruin the Wendie's hopes on the last day ( :D ) & is making himself a dead cert for Wycombe's starting XI, so a potential problem for them to replace him when we play them (not something we need to worry about for Doc).
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    Like Rizzo and Shine pointed out, would he want to come back? Maybe he's enjoying playing football again, scoring goals and probably relishing the feeling of being valued by his manager. Sadly, he did seem rejected by SCP, especially with the whole Clarke debacle.

    In the event of him being recalled I'm sure he'd have the personal and professional pride to replicate his Wycombe form and not just to give a big 'up yours' to Powell. Though that would be a positive reason to do it as well.
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    I'd like to get him back. I want what's best for Charlton not Wycombe, and whether he scores against our promotion rivals will be irrelevent if Wycombe still lose 2 1 or 3 2 etc.
    In normal circumstances, if any club, 8 games remaining in the run in to promotion, had the opportunity to bring in a striker, bang in form, and free of charge they would probably jump at it. Even more so in our case where we only have two recognised strikers available for selection.
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    edited March 2012
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    unless we need him to start leave him there for now, hopefully maintaining the scoring habit and thus increasing his value - one way or another.
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    i presume there's a clause saying he cant play against us. Quite happy if he stays there to keep fit. he's not going to get in team above Yann and BWP unless there is an injury. He's never looked comfortable as a sub. One of those who looks better from the start so leave be I say.
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    Perhaps he's playing as the main striker at Wycombe, whereas Wright-Phillips was the main man with us. Hayes' previous goal scoring record doesn't indicate that he would go on such a scoring spree. Maybe he has awoken from a slumber with something to prove.
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    Perhaps he's playing as the main striker at Wycombe, whereas Wright-Phillips was the main man with us. Hayes' previous goal scoring record doesn't indicate that he would go on such a scoring spree. Maybe he has awoken from a slumber with something to prove.
    His previous goal scoring record at this level does indicate he'd go on a scoring spree. 18 and 17 in Scunthorpe's two promotion campaigns.

    He was hardly in a slumber when he was playing for us as he was a key part of the table topping side. Unlucky for him we signed Kermorgant.

    And as ever his partner, in this case Beavon, is scoring lots too. Same as with Gary Hooper and BWP

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    We have only two fit strikers!!! Of course we should recall him!
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    An advantage of leaving him there is that Wycombe may play some of our rivals, we wouldn't want to weaken them for those games!
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    Sod that, get him back I say. I'd rather he was scoring for us than Wycombe.
    And in terms of our rivals they've only got MK Dons, then Sheff Wed in the last game of the season when it'll be done
    and dusted anyway.
    Get him back.
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    Leave him there. He obviously wants to stay there.
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    WE ONLY HAVE TWO FIT STRIKERS! Who care where he wants to stay!
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