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Scotty not so hotty.

edited May 2012 in General Charlton
Just my opinion but do you think wagstaff can cut it at championship level. As i myself not so sure.
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    OF COURSE HE CAN!
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    Yeah, he's rubbish, don't know how we got 101 points with him in the team.
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    Dont think he is rubbish, just not sure about him at the higher level.
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    Oh good, its been a while since we've had a player slag off.
    I think he's crap, disloyal, unproven, ugly, smelly and weak.
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    Not a slag off. Just an opinion.
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    He's scores goals....
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    I'm not sure but he's been one of our stand out players across our league one stint and for that at least he deserves his chance.
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    Not a slag off. Just an opinion.
    Could I offer you my opinion on your use of the English language?
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    lets start another thread on whos better waggy or green
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    Too bloody dangerous if you ask me.
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    Is someone expressing an opinion about Waggy any different to the numerous posters saying BWP will not make the step up?

    I have no idea who, out of the current squad, will or will not play regularly in the Championship but some of the vitriol when a question is asked is over the top.

    Just my opinion.


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    Give me strength......!!

    Let's let our manager decide who is worth a chance at the next level. He does seem to have a pretty good idea about these things.

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    I think he will struggle.
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    Is someone expressing an opinion about Waggy any different to the numerous posters saying BWP will not make the step up?

    I have no idea who, out of the current squad, will or will not play regularly in the Championship but some of the vitriol when a question is asked is over the top.

    Just my opinion.



    Fair enough, but the title of the thread seemed to be taking the 'mick' a bit, so not surprised that some of the comments continued in that vain.
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    Time will tell.........Why do people always have to moan about players?.....The best one was Nick Davidson on the old club site,i will never forget it,so glad i argued about it ...Solly not fit to play for Charlton and so lucky to be at a club like Charlton.
    I hope those words of his have come back to haunt him.... Scott deserves his chance,and i hope he has a fantastic season in the championship......
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    He's goal against notts county was unbelievable !
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    Not a big fan of Waggy but his last few games and his first few showed that there is something there, so if he can step up why not, would certainly have him as a squad player to have a chance rather than off loading him, there are other players I would be more categorical about not being able to step up.
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    im gonna leave it to scp to decide this one...
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    will be a good player to bring on from the bench as he has plenty of energy. he does lacks quality on the ball but for me his future is probably better of playing as a striker. his finishing is probably better than bradley wright phillips in my opinion so mould him into a striker i say.
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    I never thought John Robinson was good enough for the Championship, let alone the Premier League when he first played for us.

    Mike Flanagan looked pretty ineffective when he first played for us - indeed I remember a shot he had which hit the corner flag.

    Fortunately you and I don't get to choose. Lets leave it to the expert - SCP to make that judgement.

    What I do know is that Waggy is Charlton to the core, he is a first class lad, and he always tries his best. Lets big him up, not find reasons to knock him down.
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    Not a big fan of Waggy but his last few games and his first few showed that there is something there, so if he can step up why not, would certainly have him as a squad player to have a chance rather than off loading him, there are other players I would be more categorical about not being able to step up.

    totally agree with this
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    Just the blokes opinion how tiresome people jumping down throats all the time turn it in you bores . Yes he will cut it in the championship quite a few will struggle but I think he will score as much and be effective
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    This will be the first time he's had good players around him at that level so I'm sure he'll be fine. I'd be more concerned about Green.
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    If we have ambitions of a top half finish I don't think either Waggy or Green is yet at that level but Waggy has more scope for improvement imo. I do think we will strengthen in this area in the summer.
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    Waggy's work ethic will take him a lot further than might be evident at first sight.

    The higher you go the better an athlete you need to be and Waggy's athleticism is not in doubt.

    I can see him developing into a John Robinson with a few more goals in time.
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    I think you may be right Len
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    I'm undecided but look at it this way - he is playing in a Championship team. There are a handful of clubs in the Championship who wouldn't get 101 points in League One.

    I do see the John Robinson comparisons. One thing Waggy does have his heart and a great deal of professionalism. That goes a hell of a long way and I think he can do a job.

    My Dad once met Waggys best mate, who was helping him build a swimming pool a couple of years back. Says that he is a fantastic bloke, doesn't drink a single sip of alcohol during the season and will do anything to help people out.

    I really hope he gets a chance, he's earned it and we all know it would mean the world to him.
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    Waggy's work ethic will take him a lot further than might be evident at first sight.

    The higher you go the better an athlete you need to be and Waggy's athleticism is not in doubt.

    I can see him developing into a John Robinson with a few more goals in time.
    Very true

    He is still young enough to improve. Like many of our squad he will have to step up but his last outings at that level were as a teenager in a mess of a team.

    He doesn't put in eye catching flighted crosses but his passing to feet or into space for a runner is very good and as has been said he scores. 5 goals in how many starts? 13/14? Not bad for a midfielder.
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    Waggy will be just fine.
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    Good on you for expressing an opinion Crazy; for what it's worth, I think Wagstaff will be a useful squad player in the Championship. Time will tell just how many starts he gets though.
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