The fans seem more or less split on shaq - some think the problem is the tactics and lack of chances, others think he doesn't work hard enough especially on aerial challenges and would prefer to see somebody else starting.
I went to the Cheltenham v. Southend game on Tuesday night. Shaq started and played for 75 minutes before being taken off (and replaced by Lee Barnard ).
He had one really good shift and shoot in the first half, forcing the Cheltenham keeper into a decent save but the rest of the time he was living off scraps. Southend do try and get it down and pass it but they haven't got anyone (from that showing at least) with the vision to play through balls to him to make use of his pace. To be fair to him though he did keep making runs and showing for it but Cheltenham played three at the back and they were all big lumps who had obviously been told to not let him turn.
Will be interesting to see how he gets on at Southend but on this, admittedly limited, evidence he didn't particularly stand out.
I do think he's a decent player though so I hope he makes the most of the loan.