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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Luis Amor Rodriguez Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Jan 2019 at 7:41pm
He's another one should be in our senior squad for Gibraltar.  

Just finished his stint captaining our U21s, and for half the campaign at least, ripping it up with clubmate Declan Rice in centre mid.  Done extremely well every time he's gone on loan.  

Needs to be part of a fresh squad for a new era after O'Neill. 
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Went to Wembley yesterday to see my team Charlton promoted, Josh Cullen has been seriously impressive this season, even though he is playing League 1, he is a stand out player, Mick has seen him a couple of times as is very impressed, do not be surprised to see him start in one of our next two matches, more likely to be Gibraltar.
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Josh was quality yesterday.
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I really hope Cullen gets a chance at West Ham next season. He seems a natural replacement for Mark Noble and is highly regarded by Pellegrini. 

Any time I've watched him he's been very impressive.
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Originally posted by Mr. Snrub Mr. Snrub wrote:

I really hope Cullen gets a chance at West Ham next season. He seems a natural replacement for Mark Noble and is highly regarded by Pellegrini. 

Any time I've watched him he's been very impressive.


If not hopefully he gets a loan to a Championship club to test himself one level up, perhaps he can go back to Charlton as they've been promoted Wink
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Originally posted by lassassinblanc lassassinblanc wrote:

Originally posted by Mr. Snrub Mr. Snrub wrote:

I really hope Cullen gets a chance at West Ham next season. He seems a natural replacement for Mark Noble and is highly regarded by Pellegrini. 

Any time I've watched him he's been very impressive.


If not hopefully he gets a loan to a Championship club to test himself one level up, perhaps he can go back to Charlton as they've been promoted Wink

He'll most likely be at Charlton next season
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Starts for West Ham today in the Asia Trophy. Hopefully he'll see some premier league action this season 
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Just came off there can't say I remember him doing much 
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A lot of WH’s team when he was on the pitch was what will comprise the back up options. Having said that, today won’t have done him favours.
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Heading back to charlton on loan, I’d say that’s him virtually finished at West Ham, they don’t seem to rate him and did not get much playing time in preseason.
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Originally posted by Adobolo Adobolo wrote:

Heading back to charlton on loan, I’d say that’s him virtually finished at West Ham, they don’t seem to rate him and did not get much playing time in preseason.

you would think he would push for a permanent move somewhere at this stage. 
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What’s happening is the club is trying to do is fit within the player regulations, however, it seems that they are looking to loan out certain young players.

The difficulty for Cullen is that it is the last year of his deal, and I’m not sure what a season at a club like Charlton will do.
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That's good news. He had a great run of form at Charlton last year and now they playing in a higher division this season. If he is their starting centre mid choice and he plays most weeks then that's happy days for us. Mick will be watching him in the Championship anyway. 
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Being a Charlton fan thats great news, he has been seen at the Valley as we speak taking his medical.
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Yes, he is having a medical at the moment. The deal could be permeant is the rumour now. Charlton is the best place for him as Bowyer brought the best out of him last year and he needs to prove himself at championship level after his time at Bolton went so badly.
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Originally posted by Mikeire Mikeire wrote:

good move if permanent if you ask me.

West Ham might end up regretting letting him go if Rice gets a move 

Clears the way for Conor Coventry perhaps.
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Originally posted by Het-field Het-field wrote:

What’s happening is the club is trying to do is fit within the player regulations, however, it seems that they are looking to loan out certain young players.

The difficulty for Cullen is that it is the last year of his deal, and I’m not sure what a season at a club like Charlton will do.

Probably get him a contract 
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