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Allan Simonsen - posted on Linkedin

Just noticed this what somebody has posted on LinkedIn:




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    bobmunro said:
    F*ck him - he was crap anyway!
    Jamie Magill? 
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    Splitter!
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    ross1 said:
    bobmunro said:
    F*ck him - he was crap anyway!
    Sorry, I have to disagree, one of the best and most intelligent player I have ever seen in a Charlton shirt

    My comment was very tongue in cheek - sorry.
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    edited June 7
    Probably the second most skillfull player i have ever seen in a Charlton shirt and the first was Danish also.
    Claus Jensen 


    Who is Jamie Magill ?
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    Wasn't his first game against Newcastle and it was billed as Simonsen v Keegan? Did Simonsen score as well I seem to remember?
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    He just looks cold.
    Who wouldn't when you're used to the shores of the Catalan coast then all of a sudden you're standing in a valley on the banks of the Thames. 
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    Chizz said:
    bobmunro said:
    F*ck him - he was crap anyway!
    Jamie Magill? 
    Isn't he related to Saul Goodman?
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    I wonder if had his agent not put in that clause that he can leave as soon as he's not paid and we managed to sell him how much it would of changed our fortunes afterwards.
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    Probably the second most skillfull player i have ever seen in a Charlton shirt and the first was Danish also.
    Claus Jensen 


    Who is Jamie Magill ?
    Someone with a very dull life i should think.

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    ross1 said:
    bobmunro said:
    F*ck him - he was crap anyway!
    Sorry, I have to disagree, one of the best and most intelligent player I have ever seen in a Charlton shirt
    Remember him playing off passes and him thinking “fuck me, what have I signed up to”.
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    His first game was a Tuesday night reserve match - I think it was against Swansea reserves. He then played again on the Saturday. I think about 3,000 turned up for the reserve game. 2 goals against Chelsea, and 2 against Leicester straight down the middle of the defence. Magic.
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    To be honest, you would imagine that Allan would view his short time at Charlton as a stain on his otherwise immaculate CV. However, I was lucky enough to meet him when he came back for the Ex- Players Reunion in 1998. I talked to him for a while, and he was very positive about Charlton. He said that he loved it here and was delighted to see his old teammates again. Why else would he have come back? 
    His missus wanted to go shopping in the West End?
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    Allan Simonsen and Les Berry in the same team. Who'd 'Ave Thought It to quote a Plumstead pub.

    Simmo was great during his short stay even though many of our players were on a different wave length.
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    TelMc32 said:
    The 5-2 game v Chelsea 😍😍😍😍😍
    What a game:  I was in the middle of the old shed in full voice, with    Chelsea belting out “One man went to mow” in the Jimmy Seed.   Great atmosphere.  

    And then then he tore them apart.   In my head, he scored two very similar goals?   


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    Even though he didn’t pass the CL height test, he was head & shoulders above his teammates.
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    gmantaxi said:
    Remember seeing his debut at home to Boro , he was so far ahead and at a different level than anyone else on the pitch it was Ridiculous.
    That was his league debut for us.

    His first game for us was coming on as sub against Swansea at The Valley in a res game

    Crowd was 2500 for that match which Charlton won 4-0.  Simonsen laid on goal for Walker if I remember.

    His name was listed as playing in the Chelsea away match afew weeks early, that was the game Geoff Scott was injured in.
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    TelMc32 said:
    The 5-2 game v Chelsea 😍😍😍😍😍
    What a game:  I was in the middle of the old shed in full voice, with    Chelsea belting out “One man went to mow” in the Jimmy Seed.   Great atmosphere.  

    And then then he tore them apart.   In my head, he scored two very similar goals?   


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRkqfbXsgyM

    watch the goals here...
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    gmantaxi said:
    Remember seeing his debut at home to Boro , he was so far ahead and at a different level than anyone else on the pitch it was Ridiculous.
    That was his league debut for us.

    His first game for us was coming on as sub against Swansea at The Valley in a res game

    Crowd was 2500 for that match which Charlton won 4-0.  Simonsen laid on goal for Walker if I remember.

    His name was listed as playing in the Chelsea away match afew weeks early, that was the game Geoff Scott was injured in.
    The Swansea game finished 1-1
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