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Originally posted by gally gally wrote:

I am a Charlton Season Ticket Holder, and have seen Josh play numerous times this season, he really is a very good player, loved by the fans, sometimes plays DM, sometimes CM, no matter where he plays, he puts in a lot of hard work, Mick came to the Valley mainly looking at Ronan Curtis of Portsmouth, who played really well, scored a great header, and will be a great acquisition for the team, however Josh was the fans man of the match and Mick must have been very impressed with his all round game.

Good to hear gally. Hopefully he takes his chance to impress.

Given the lack of options at DM, could you see him playing that role long term?
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Originally posted by DeclanDaly DeclanDaly wrote:

Originally posted by gally gally wrote:

I am a Charlton Season Ticket Holder, and have seen Josh play numerous times this season, he really is a very good player, loved by the fans, sometimes plays DM, sometimes CM, no matter where he plays, he puts in a lot of hard work, Mick came to the Valley mainly looking at Ronan Curtis of Portsmouth, who played really well, scored a great header, and will be a great acquisition for the team, however Josh was the fans man of the match and Mick must have been very impressed with his all round game.

Good to hear gally. Hopefully he takes his chance to impress.

Given the lack of options at DM, could you see him playing that role long term?

He started playing DM for Charlton very well, and it was very noticable how comfortable in possession he was, Charlton have another DM loanee in Bielik from Arsenal who is exceptional at this level, but Cullen is a guaranteed starter for Charlton in either position, Difficult to say which position he is better at, he has had a few assists playing CM this season. I love the guy.
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Originally posted by Crap senior Crap senior wrote:

Delighted to see Cullen called up. Looks a great prospect. Saw him on a few occasions for under 21's and looked better than rice. 
He may have looked better on a certain night but unfortunately not a patch on Rice. He looked excellent in a pre season friendly against juventus a few years ago then went to Bradford on loan and was loved by the fans, the next season he had a spell at Bolton but it did not go well for him in the championship relegation battle where he was left out of the starting eleven most weeks. Apart from his injury he has excelled at charlton. I'd love to see him at a higher level before making a real judgement on him and to be selected ahead of McCarthy (fit or not) is a strange one. 
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Thanks gally - Cullen always seems to be popular wherever he goes. I’ve never really seen him play, so I hope he lives up to his promise 
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Seen him v Juventus when he got MOTM for West Ham, definitely a good prospect
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Originally posted by Crap senior Crap senior wrote:

Delighted to see Cullen called up. Looks a great prospect. Saw him on a few occasions for under 21's and looked better than rice. 
Having watched the under-21 side regularly the last few years myself I'd beg to differ as I'm sure most others present would. Rice was light years ahead of the rest of the squad including Cullen, which is probably why he is one of West Ham's top performers and Cullen is still playing league 1 at the age of 23
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Seen him v Juventus when he got MOTM for West Ham, definitely a good prospect
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Mick should cap the sh*t out of Cullen


3 full caps over the next 2 games. Nail it down. Make it happen. Thumbs Up
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Originally posted by gally gally wrote:

Originally posted by DeclanDaly DeclanDaly wrote:

Originally posted by gally gally wrote:

I am a Charlton Season Ticket Holder, and have seen Josh play numerous times this season, he really is a very good player, loved by the fans, sometimes plays DM, sometimes CM, no matter where he plays, he puts in a lot of hard work, Mick came to the Valley mainly looking at Ronan Curtis of Portsmouth, who played really well, scored a great header, and will be a great acquisition for the team, however Josh was the fans man of the match and Mick must have been very impressed with his all round game.

Good to hear gally. Hopefully he takes his chance to impress.

Given the lack of options at DM, could you see him playing that role long term?

He started playing DM for Charlton very well, and it was very noticable how comfortable in possession he was, Charlton have another DM loanee in Bielik from Arsenal who is exceptional at this level, but Cullen is a guaranteed starter for Charlton in either position, Difficult to say which position he is better at, he has had a few assists playing CM this season. I love the guy.
Gally tbh I haven't seen much of him.this season,is he better Dm or Cm,i seen him a couple of times last year,no doubting his talent but looked like he need to mature abit.
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Originally posted by Green rebel Green rebel wrote:

Originally posted by gally gally wrote:

Originally posted by DeclanDaly DeclanDaly wrote:

Originally posted by gally gally wrote:

I am a Charlton Season Ticket Holder, and have seen Josh play numerous times this season, he really is a very good player, loved by the fans, sometimes plays DM, sometimes CM, no matter where he plays, he puts in a lot of hard work, Mick came to the Valley mainly looking at Ronan Curtis of Portsmouth, who played really well, scored a great header, and will be a great acquisition for the team, however Josh was the fans man of the match and Mick must have been very impressed with his all round game.

Good to hear gally. Hopefully he takes his chance to impress.

Given the lack of options at DM, could you see him playing that role long term?

He started playing DM for Charlton very well, and it was very noticable how comfortable in possession he was, Charlton have another DM loanee in Bielik from Arsenal who is exceptional at this level, but Cullen is a guaranteed starter for Charlton in either position, Difficult to say which position he is better at, he has had a few assists playing CM this season. I love the guy.
Gally tbh I haven't seen much of him.this season,is he better Dm or Cm,i seen him a couple of times last year,no doubting his talent but looked like he need to mature abit.


Not sure why you would say that, to me, that is one of his strengths.
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Sean Maguire is starting up front so. 
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McGoldrick and Maguire up front next week presumably 
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Originally posted by Denis Irwin Denis Irwin wrote:

McGoldrick and Maguire up front next week presumably 

Unless for consistency and bedding in purposes he wants to have the same team that will set out against Georgia but  I doubt that will have two up front.
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Callum Robinson played thirty minutes today.

He should be in the squad as an option to come off the bench, especially if we need a goal in the final twenty against Georgia.

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Originally posted by Maccatacca Maccatacca wrote:

Callum Robinson played thirty minutes today.

He should be in the squad as an option to come off the bench, especially if we need a goal in the final twenty against Georgia.


Hes just back no point in rushing him. Im sure preston wouldnt want him to go away just yet either.
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Think Mick said it as well that even if played 90mins today he wouldn't bring him in. Too soon 
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Originally posted by Denis Irwin Denis Irwin wrote:

Think Mick said it as well that even if played 90mins today he wouldn't bring him in. Too soon 

I thought Mick said that if Robinson got game time this weekend, he'd be on the blower to Alex Neil to see what the story was..
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