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Simon Makienok

That performance ranks as one of the worst I have ever seen in a Charlton shirt.
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    What do you expect?
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    Hes not very good, remember someone saying he'll do a job next year in league 1.... really? I hope we don't sign him
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    No it doesn't.
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    Said the same since day 1. He is quite simply not up to it at this level, not in the slightest. I can only assume that the adoration and over excessive match day marking of him are because he's tall, slim and blonde!!!
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    Lovely hair though.
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    Was awful tonight.
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    He was dire.
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    He was Rubbish tonight but i blame Riga 100% and felt a bit sorry for him when he was taken off.
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    edited March 2016
    Should never of started Infront of Sonogo, although he acted like a clown a team of jokers managed by a jester.
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    He was poor, but i've seen worse.

    Like many players he's just not up to standard, I'm actually starting to feel sorry for players like Mak, he didn't ask to come here i'm sure and in some respects is a victim of the regime like the rest of us. Playing in this side for the managers we've had under the current owner won't have been easy for the most hardened pro, for the younger players i'm sure it will have a detrimental effect on the rest of their careers and something I don't think the current ownership realise.

    Fox is another, he's isn't as bad a player as he's been this year, he's probably not a Premier league or top Championship player but he was of a standard to do a job in this league. After this year I doubt you'll see him ever play above league 1 again, probably will drop down to league 2 or worse like Basey he'll be non league within a few years.
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    Makienok was bad but Poyet was completely invisible.
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    I'm glad someone beat me to making this thread.

    That was the most pathetic thing I've ever seen, I long for Simon Church whilst watching him, from minute one he was hugging their centre half, and when called upon he gave it away.

    I'm not intellegent enough to analyse his performace without using swear words and for that I apologise, but he's a fuckin donkey that's been a cancer amongst the team for some time now, he's like the puny useless kid at school that begged to play football at lunch, and when you finally let him play you just do all you can to avoid passing to him because you know he'll only cock it up, that's what I felt some players were doing towards the end.

    And why WHY WHY did riga keep him on for 84 minutes you could argue he's cost us the game cos if Lookman or Sanogo had been on for longer we may have nicked one.

    I pray I never see him again in a CAFC shirt, oh wait sanogo suspended!
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    Truly terrible player. Far too many substandard, ineffectual performances where he literally contributes nothing, like today. BUT, it is Riga who picks him, Riga who subs Harriot off first, Riga who leaves Lookman on the bench until the 82nd minute. It is like living a comedy nightmare.
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    edited March 2016
    He's a luxury player IMO. I understand why people think he is w*nk and why they sarcastically clap when he gets subbed off, but he is a talented footballer(I am of sane mind,before you ask) who will go on to do well at another club but he's just not what we need. We carry him too much, we need players that can work hard all over the pitch. He's the kind of player who is great to have when you can play a bit of football, where things are comfortable and he can do a few flicks but he is 100% not suited for a relegation scrap. Vetokele would have been perfect for that match today, big mak wasn't the right choice. The championship really isn't suited to him, nor is English football.
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    He's a luxury player IMO. I understand why people think he is w*nk and why they sarcastically clap when he gets subbed off, but he is a talented footballer(I am of sane mind,before you ask) who will go on to do well at another club but he's just not what we need. We carry him too much, we need players that can work hard all over the pitch. He's the kind of player who is great to have when you can play a bit of football, where things are comfortable and he can do a few flicks but he is 100% not suited for a relegation scrap. Vetokele would have been perfect for that match today, big mak wasn't the right choice. The championship really is suited to him, nor is English football.

    Nah he's just shite, no luxury about his flicks. If you lack basics but can do the odd flick you aren't good enough to be on the pitch, you've just spent some time flicking about a football.

    He has been woeful, that performance against one of the worst teams in the league speaks boundries, one moment he was left wing, the next right and then the next he was playing cross pitch balls. Lone striker number one rule, stay in a strikers position.
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    I actually don't see one valid reason Maikenok can be defended.
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    colin1961 said:

    weing team selection wrong tactics after the reading game and in a game we had to win Mac and Sanako had to start with two wingers ....
    Mc had very little to work with tonight was at times isolated on his own with no one getting close to him and the service into the box tonight was shocking ....
    To blame Big Mc is ridiculous ...

    You're running out of non-Roland signings to blame though eh Col?
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    colin1961 said:

    weing team selection wrong tactics after the reading game and in a game we had to win Mac and Sanako had to start with two wingers ....
    Mc had very little to work with tonight was at times isolated on his own with no one getting close to him and the service into the box tonight was shocking ....
    To blame Big Mc is ridiculous ...

    I am not blaming big mac although he aint very good i admit, tonight for me was all about how poor Rigas decisions were for 90 mins and as for this season the blame firmly lies at Rolands door. Club has been destroyed.
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    Sunday's game is going to be a hard pull,the sofa beckons, and not the one near the corner flag.
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    He's a strange one.

    Generally ineffectual, but every now and again he shows a flash of quality. The rest of the time he lopes round in a lackadaisical manner and gesticulates in a histrionic fashion at - who? Himself? His team mates?

    If I was a giant Norseman, I'd make sure the opposing defenders would know I was there. Mak just seems rather powder puff in his approach.
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    colin1961 said:

    weing team selection wrong tactics after the reading game and in a game we had to win Mac and Sanako had to start with two wingers ....
    Mc had very little to work with tonight was at times isolated on his own with no one getting close to him and the service into the box tonight was shocking ....
    To blame Big Mc is ridiculous ...

    Fuck me you talk absolute bollox. What makes me laugh you are a premier league glory boy,who was nowhere to be seen in themSelhurst and Upton Park days.
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    Sunday's game is going to be a hard pull,the sofa beckons, and not the one near the corner flag.

    I was considering staying away but must go just to tell Murray and Meire exactly what I think of them.

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    Mk came and parked the bus. What do you really expect?
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    The weak defense case I feel has to be heard is that he was isolated in the formation we played, and the crosses we did send his was were on the whole pretty dreadful and nowhere near him. But...

    He just has this tendency to be so, so bad on occasion... way too regularly, and you can tell almost straight away which version has turned up to the game.

    I think he tries and he's probably a nice bloke, but his touch is just not good enough, and that's not fixable. His absolute ceiling as a footballer is not at the Championship level in England. Maybe in a less physical league he might scare people a bit, but any decent Championship centre back has him on toast.

    I genuinely feel sorry for him, and he kicks a ball around for a living earning my annual salary in a matter of weeks.
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