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Charlton fans hammer captain Jason Pearce after dismal display

Charlton Athletic sunk closer to the relegation zone this weekend as they suffered their second loss in three games at The Valley.

The Addicks were defeated 2-0 by Blackburn Rovers, pushing them down to within five points of the drop.

Two goals inside eight first-half minutes were enough to secure all three points for the visitors after John Buckley’s attempt deflected in before Stewart Downing’s free-kick was turned home by Tosin Adarabiyo.

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Rovers were very nearly handed a penalty too after Dominic Samuel went down under a challenge from skipper Tom Pearce.

Now the home support have been hammering their captain on social media following the full-time whistle.

Here’s what has been said…

The 32-year-old was hauled off a half-time which is maybe why these fans were right to be so scathing on his performance as he was brandished a “shambles” as well as an “absolute liability.”

Whilst he was also regarded to be stealing a living from the London-based side.

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It has been his first season back in the second-tier since a spell with Wigan Athletic during the 2014/15 campaign.

Others were quick to defend Naby Sarr in reaction to Pearce’s performance.

And then there were comments over the penalty incident with much of the Addicks faithful of the belief that their captain was rather lucky to still be on the pitch let alone giving a chance from the spot to the opposition.

In 45 minutes of action, the centre-back managed just one tackle and lost possession five times, per SofaScore.

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