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edited September 2012 in General Charlton
when a player makes a mistake it doesnt help when the majority of the home fans get on his back and give him a hard time hes not stupid he knows hes made a mistake all it does is take away their confidence, i know this happens at every club but seems to happen at ours a lot more than others.
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    to be honest, I think it's only that you notice it more with your own club. Wouldn't notice it as much when you are winning against that player's team.
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    That's Charlton I'm afraid . I can see Wilson already becoming a victim of the moronic Charlton boo boys despite a pretty good second half.
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    A player earning as much as he is should have a much better football brain than every fan we have and should realise that a first time shot rather than a cross from 40 yards when we had about 6 players in the box wasn't a very good idea. He shouldn't get booed but it was absolutely moronic.
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    A player earning as much as he is should have a much better football brain than every fan we have and should realise that a first time shot rather than a cross from 40 yards when we had about 6 players in the box wasn't a very good idea. He shouldn't get booed but it was absolutely moronic.

    im not saying it wasnt a stupid decision he saw the glory went for it and would of realised what a nob he had been afterwards without 15,000 people shouting abuse at him

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    Mr hudson-son-son.
    Genuine question:
    How much is Lawrie Wilson earning ?
    I ask this because your comment started "A player earning as much as...." so, I assume you know his wages and I'm sure He would love you to tell all on CharltonLife.
    So, I'm guessing £4k amonth.
    Am I close ?
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    What happens if he hits a screamer right into the top corner?
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    I think Wilson was trying too hard to make an impression tonight, seemed he was low on confidence. I think it showed with that wild shot from outside the area right at the end when he could have just been patient. Feel for him as he came in in a rough situation.
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    I think Wilson was trying too hard to make an impression tonight, seemed he was low on confidence. I think it showed with that wild shot from outside the area right at the end when he could have just been patient. Feel for him as he came in in a rough situation.

    he's going to be the scapegoat no matter what - he ended up being the big signing during the summer & is no more than a bit part player for the time being - I watched him closely tonight, thought he looked pretty comfortable on the ball & delivered a couple of good crosses - didnt help that he had the totally ineffectual Pritchard in front of him - he had to cope with a couple of tricky customers in Zaha & Bolassie & he came through OK

    i am going to back him & hope he comes good, unfortunately the boo boys may have already made up their minds.....

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    If fuller was match fit I felt like he wouldve slid that one cross from wilson Into the back of the net rather than puttin it wide. We'd be feeling very different if that had happened. But they're all what ifs...
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    If part of your immediate reaction after he hit that shot at the end wasn't "you **** " or "what the **** are you thinking" then you are a robot cos that was ridiculous
    and we all knew that that was our last throw of the dice , I don't know if anyone did boooo just like last season I think it was more of a groan than a booo but I was too busy having a mild attack of tourettes at that point
    He looked a trier and to be on the ball a lot but was caught out of position a few times, early days yet but with the lack of signings that'll improve the first team , tricky ricky apart, it's gonna be a long long season .....
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    lol don't take long for the scapegoat line to get pulled out

    He's so out of his depth it's embarrassing. Can see pretty early that Wilson isn't good enough.
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    He's so out of his depth it's embarrassing. Can see pretty early that Wilson isn't good enough.

    Just like quite a few of the first team it seems, its ok though... we'll just play hoof ball to try limit making our midfield look as shocking as they are.
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    I thought we improved when Wilson came on for an anonymous Wiggns. Stronger, winning tackles, he looked one of the few players fit to play at this level last nlight.
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    Some of you haven't got a clue. Wilson was excellent in the circumstances last night. So he played one ball too far ahead and lost possession and he wasted a shooting opportunity at the end? In between he did very well against concerted Palace pressure and he put in a number of good balls. He was also outstanding against us last season for Stevenage. I remember the same tosh about Chris Solly when he started. Give Wilson a chance, he's prepared to play second-fiddle and needs support when he gets on and not to be scape-goated for every touch he gets wrong.
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    Jockey Wilson would've done better , and he's dead.
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    Some of you haven't got a clue. Wilson was excellent in the circumstances last night. So he played one ball too far ahead and lost possession and he wasted a shooting opportunity at the end? In between he did very well against concerted Palace pressure and he put in a number of good balls. He was also outstanding against us last season for Stevenage. I remember the same tosh about Chris Solly when he started. Give Wilson a chance, he's prepared to play second-fiddle and needs support when he gets on and not to be scape-goated for every touch he gets wrong.

    You cant say that, otherwise we'll have to have a dig at the 'legends' from last season. I only saw it on tv, but wilson looked twice the player that either Jacko and kerm did.
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    edited September 2012
    despite being really drunk i remember wilson gettin involved and trying to make things happen. do you have to be pissed to appreciate WIILLLSSSSOOONN!
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    I had my doubts about Lawrie Wilson and to an extent still have but last night he had a pretty fair game (as did the whole defence in the light of our midfield being outplayed). And I wouldn't hold the over-ambitious effort on goal against him.
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    edited September 2012
    DOWN THE OLD VALLEY!
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    I didn't think he was the worst player in a red shirt last night. Seems he's shaping up to be the whipping boy to some of you.
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    lol don't take long for the scapegoat line to get pulled out

    He's so out of his depth it's embarrassing. Can see pretty early that Wilson isn't good enough.

    Utter drivel.
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    I'm not worried about Wilson. We've seen a lot worse in recent years, think he'll be a decent squad player once he settles down.

    If we're going to stick with 4-4-2 I could see him playing RM. More physical than Pritchard and will work hard defensively, played there for Stevenage.
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    Redskin said:

    lol don't take long for the scapegoat line to get pulled out

    He's so out of his depth it's embarrassing. Can see pretty early that Wilson isn't good enough.

    Utter drivel.
    Cheers for your feedback. Mug.
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    It's the same at every club though really, isn't it?

    It's only cause it's our team we notice the moaning and criticize it. Of course people are going to moan more about a player we don't know a lot about, if solly or yann made a mistake i think we'd all give them the benefit of the doubt.
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    Scoham said:

    I'm not worried about Wilson. We've seen a lot worse in recent years, think he'll be a decent squad player once he settles down.

    If we're going to stick with 4-4-2 I could see him playing RM. More physical than Pritchard and will work hard defensively, played there for Stevenage.

    I would quite like to see that, a bit of verve going forward and the willingness/ability to cross but without totally sacrificing a bit of defensive cover as maybe Green's style would do.
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    ValleyGary, the reason the scapegoat term is being brought out is because you're scapegoating him. You might not be able to realise that but then that's generally the hallmark of someone who has to claim a player is 'Blue Square standard' because we lose a match. Wilson will always be the scapegaot as we came up with people for some reason expecting us to sign a load of lower Premier League talent and instead we signed a lad who was the best player in a team who got to the Play-Offs in L1. For a long time Wilson was essentially our marquee signing and it disappointed people. He never really had a chance, but I'm still surprised people are claiming he shouldn't get near the reserves after one 70 minute performance. Simon Francis got more time than that
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    edited September 2012
    But it's the same anytime anybody on here expresses criticism towards one of our own we are immediately making them out as scapegoats. Wilson wasn't the Only one that had a stinker last night but for me right back is probably the easiest to play in terms of possession. Everytime the ball went near him he panicked. All bar a couple of clipped crosses (which I'd expect you or me to be able to do) he was woeful. Defensively he got tore a new one. I'll give him the benefit of the doubt in that he was up against a good player...but I really honestly don't see him improving to league one level right back let alone champ. Everytime he's appeared he's looked lost.

    And the shot at the end. Wow.

    Wilson will always be a 'scapegoat' because he will always come under criticism because he is crap!
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    Some of you haven't got a clue. Wilson was excellent in the circumstances last night. So he played one ball too far ahead and lost possession and he wasted a shooting opportunity at the end? In between he did very well against concerted Palace pressure and he put in a number of good balls. He was also outstanding against us last season for Stevenage. I remember the same tosh about Chris Solly when he started. Give Wilson a chance, he's prepared to play second-fiddle and needs support when he gets on and not to be scape-goated for every touch he gets wrong.

    Can't understand the criticism either. thought he had a decent game................
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    It's on the Wilson thread I started but he is a RM and I believe Powell has go it wrong as playing him at RB means we lose his much needed energy. Shout out for the other CL scapegoat - Green looked comfortable in this division last night and is worth starting when at home IMHO.
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    edited September 2012

    But it's the same anytime anybody on here expresses criticism towards one of our own we are immediately making them out as scapegoats. Wilson wasn't the Only one that had a stinker last night but for me right back is probably the easiest to play in terms of possession. Everytime the ball went near him he panicked. All bar a couple of clipped crosses (which I'd expect you or me to be able to do) he was woeful. Defensively he got tore a new one. I'll give him the benefit of the doubt in that he was up against a good player...but I really honestly don't see him improving to league one level right back let alone champ. Everytime he's appeared he's looked lost.

    And the shot at the end. Wow.

    Wilson will always be a 'scapegoat' because he will always come under criticism because he is crap!

    Utter Drivel~The Sequel.
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