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Re: Hammers on Loan 2019/20

Post by sanchoz » Wed Jan 15, 2020 11:16 am

Oxford United 0, Ipswich Town 0


OXFORD United showed plenty of fight to claim a point against Ipswich Town in a game which will be remembered for a suspension of play in the first half.

The contest was halted for 16 minutes by referee Tom Nield after half an hour of torrential rain left pools of standing water on the Kassam Stadium pitch.

It proved to be a good decision, as the rain relented and allowed conditions to improve.
Oxford Utd (4-3-3): Eastwood, Long, Dickie, Mousinho, Ruffels, Gorrin, Baptiste, Browne (Sykes 84), Holland (Brannagan 67), Taylor (Mackie 90), Fosu.

Unused subs: Stevens, Moore, Kelly, Hall.

Booked: Browne.
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Re: Hammers on Loan 2019/20

Post by LeonRivers » Thu Jan 16, 2020 10:32 pm

Midweek Fixtures:

Nathan Holland

Nathan made his full debut for Oxford, playing 68 minutes as Oxford drew 0-0 with third-placed Ipswich.

LIVE TWEETS:

14' More Ipswich pressure comes to an end as Garbutt shoots wide under pressure from Holland.
51' United piling on the pressure with Taylor and Holland heavily involved.
67' SUB for United: Nathan Holland is replaced by Cameron Brannagan.

Next Match: Sat 18th January vs Gillingham (a)

Conor Coventry

Conor played 77 minutes as Lincoln beat Bolton 5-1. He was cautioned for a foul shortly before he was withdrawn.

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7' GOAL!! Nice ball by Coventry, plays it wide to Shackell... Now Moorell to Toffolo. The left back crosses into the box, in comes HARRY ANDERSON with the header!!! The Imps lead at LNER Stadium
19' Coventry in control in midfield, Grant to Toffolo on the overlap.... It's a foul in the corner by Nsiala.. Free kick to City after a great interchange between Jorge Grant and The Imps number 3.
55' In it comes.. But Morrell is there to whack clear. Walker comes short lays it off.. It's pinged forward towards the onrushing Coventry who runs into opposing territory but it's cleared by the visitors.
69' Coventry picks up possession in midfield, Walker heads forward to try to get on the slide rule ball.. But Nsiala gets there ahead of him... Grant tries his luck but that's sliced off target.
73' Coventry picks up a caution for a challenge inside the City half, the visitors have the chance to curl the ball into the box.. Hamilton to take.
77' City make a second change, as Zack comes on for Coventry to make his home bow at LNER Stadium.

Next Match: Sat 18th January vs Blackpool (h)

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Post by sanchoz » Fri Jan 17, 2020 7:30 am

Preston v Charlton: Cullen and Oztumer back in fold says Bowyer

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Charlton’s injury crisis is coming to an end for Lee Bowyer, touch wood.

The Addick’s boss revealed that ahead of his side’s trip to Preston on Saturday that a number of first team players are back in contention for the fixture.
“And adding to that Erhun Oztumer has trained this week, Josh (Cullen – ligament damage) has trained with us for the first time today (Thursday), he’s been doing stuff outside so he could be in the squad as well.
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Post by sanchoz » Fri Jan 17, 2020 11:11 am

Albion negotiating new loan deal to keep Diangana
Albion are working on a loan deal that will see Grady Diangana remain at the club this season and potentially next season as well.
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Snapped up on a temporary basis from West Ham back in August, Diangana has been integral to the Baggies' rise to the top of the Championship.

The Hammers have the option to recall the winger from his loan at The Hawthorns this month – with the Premier League outfit having until January 27 to make a decision.

But with Albion eager to keep him – and with other clubs interested in the 21-year-old – West Ham want an increase to the initial loan fee the Baggies paid to sign Diangana in the summer.

Albion are willing to increase the amount they paid – with a deal for Diangana to remain at the club understood to be close to completion.

And as part of the negotiations, the two clubs are also discussing a further £3million deal that would see the winger remain on loan at The Hawthorns next season as well.
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Re: Hammers on Loan 2019/20

Post by sanchoz » Mon Jan 20, 2020 7:26 am

Cullen and Forster-Caskey suffer injury setbacks
Josh Cullen and Jake Forster-Caskey suffered injury setbacks after they were poised to be involved in Charlton’s trip to Preston North End.

Lee Bowyer was made to rue his miserable injury luck once again as the pair of midfielders suffered respective knee and ankle complaints earlier this week.

Both have already been sidelined for significant periods of time through injury and this poses another headache for the Addicks boss.
“Josh Cullen was meant to be on the bench. On Thursday, he went to block a shot and it just caught him on his toe and opened up his ankle a little bit. Today we could have been starting with Jake and Josh coming on as a replacement for him but things just aren’t going our way at the moment.

“That’s part of football. We’ll just get on with it.”

There is still hope, however, that Cullen will be available for the visit of Fulham on January 22 next week.
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Re: Hammers on Loan 2019/20

Post by sanchoz » Mon Jan 20, 2020 7:33 am

AFC Wimbledon 1 Peterborough 0 – Pigott’s goal seals crucial win


Joe Pigott’s second-half winner was enough to secure a hard-fought 1-0 victory for AFC Wimbledon at home to Peterborough United.
Peterborough went close to equalising five minutes later as Ricky-Jade Jones blocked Nathan Trott’s attempted clearance, the ball trickling back off the post and Toney could only find the side netting with the rebound.
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LIVE: FULL-TIME: AFC WIMBLEDON 1, PETERBOROUGH UNITED 0: Posh get going too late and then miss several chances before accepting another defeat
A change of shape from the midfield diamond to 3-4-1-2 helped, but debutant Sammie Szmodics missed a hat-trick of chances, substitute Ricky-Jade Jones struck a post and home goalkeeper Nathan Trott made a superb close range save to deny Ivan Toney.
Jones looked set to equalise 20 minutes from time after escaping behind the home defence and blocking an attempted clearance by Trott, but the ball dribbled agonisingly against a post beforer Toney fired into the sidenetting.
Posh started brightly, but failed to test Trott. An offside flag stopped Mo Eisa in his tracks three times after decent passes from Szmodics, Jack Taylor and Niall Mason. Eisa converted one of them with a video clip suggesting he was just onside.
Posh passed the ball okay until reaching the 25 yard line. Taylor ****ed way over the bar after Trott had dropped a corner at his feet, but the £500k signing was quiet as was debutant Szmodics who did show a couple of promising touches when he did get into the game.
AFC Wimbledon: Nathan Trott, Luke O’Neill, Terrell Thomas, Mads Sorensen, Anthony Hartigan, Shane McLaughlin, Nesta Guinness-Walker (sub , Paul Osew 71 mins), Max Sanders (sub Anthony Wordsworth, 39 mins), Mitch Pinnock, Callum Reilly, Joe Pigott.
Cautions: -Posh - Kent (foul), Toney (dissent).

Dons - Trott (time-wasting).
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Re: Hammers on Loan 2019/20

Post by sanchoz » Mon Jan 20, 2020 7:39 am

Gillingham 1 (Lee pen 61), Oxford United 1 (Fosu 16)


OXFORD United ground out a hard-fought point at Gillingham as Olly Lee’s penalty cancelled out Tariqe Fosu’s quality opener.
Nathan Holland had a shot deflected over, while Josh Ruffels saw a header hit the crossbar via a defender.

Neither side settled for a point, but that is what they came away with.
The equaliser meant the game really exploded into life and United went on to have a good spell.

Holland had a goal-bound shot deflected over by Alfie Jones and from the resulting corner Ruffels’s header hit a defender and hit the crossbar.
Oxford Utd (4-3-3): Eastwood, Long, Dickie, Mousinho, Ruffels, Gorrin, Sykes, Baptiste, Holland (Browne 76), Mackie (Agyei 61), Fosu.

Unused subs: Stevens, Moore, Kelly, Hanson, Hall.

Booked: Mackie, Baptiste, Browne.
https://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/sport/1817 ... 1-fosu-16/



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NATHAN HOLLAND

Threatened once the game began to open up. Unlucky with one effort 6.5
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Post by sanchoz » Mon Jan 20, 2020 7:41 am

Charlton boss Lee Bowyer reveals injury setbacks for Jake Forster-Caskey and Josh Cullen
ake Forster-Caskey and Josh Cullen were both due to be involved during Charlton’s trip to Preston – but each suffered setbacks in the week leading up to the game.

West Ham loanee Cullen has been side-lined since suffering an ankle injury during the 2-2 draw with Cardiff back in November.
“Josh Cullen was meant to be on the bench. On Thursday, he went to block a shot and it just caught him on his toe and opened up his ankle a little bit. Today we could have been starting with Jake and Josh coming on as a replacement for him but things just aren’t going our way at the moment. That’s part of football. We’ll just get on with it.

“I’m hoping Josh will be in and around it for Fulham. We didn’t want to risk him for now because he has come back a week early. We didn’t want to try and risk him now for this game and have a big setback of another three or four weeks. The most important thing is just that his ankle settles down. There’s nothing wrong, it just needs to settle down.”
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Re: Hammers on Loan 2019/20

Post by sanchoz » Tue Jan 21, 2020 7:34 am

West Brom 0 Stoke 1 - Report and pictures
Albion's winless run in the Championship now stands at six games after they were beaten at home by Stoke.
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A solitary goal from Tyrese Campbell was enough to see the Potters to victory on what was a hugely disappointing night for Slaven Bilic's side.

Stoke arrived at The Hawthorns determined to sit deep and frustrate the home side.

And they did it from the first whistle to the last with the Baggies creating very little in front of goal.

Their cause wasn't helped when Grady Diangana hobbled off after just four minutes.
Albion received a boost before kick-off with Slaven Bilic able to name Grady Diangana in his starting XI for the first time since the win at Blues on December 14.

The winger, who had been on the bench at Charlton, picked up a back injury in the win over Pep Clotet's side - with that knock coinciding with the Baggies' winless run.
It meant Albion continued in their 4-2-3-1 formation with Diangana on the left flank, Matt Phillips on the right and Matheus Pereira operating behind Hal Robson-Kanu in the number 10 role.
For all the positivity surrounding Diangana's return, the West Ham loanee pulling up after just three minutes having seemingly suffered a recurrence of his back injury.

Unable to continue, he was replaced by Kenneth Zohore who took up the lone striker role with Robson-Kanu dropping in behind and Pereira moving out to the left.
Albion (4-2-3-1): Johnstone, Furlong, Hegazi, Bartley, Townsend (Brunt 75), Livermore, Sawyers, Phillips, Pereira, Diangana (Zohore 4), Robson-Kanu (Austin 75).

Subs not used: Bond, Ajayi, Krovinovic, Austin.
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Slaven Bilic: West Brom need signings
Albion lost Grady Diangana just three minutes into the clash against Stoke with the winger suffering a recurrence of hamstring injury that prevented him from starting the previous six games.

But Bilic said it was too early to assess the extent of the injury.

"I don’t know - it’s the same leg, the same leg," he added.

"It’s very strange because he is not like that.

"It’s not like we pushed him to come back - we wanted to be double safe with him.

"He played 30 minutes at Charlton."
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Post by sanchoz » Tue Jan 21, 2020 8:15 am

The reason Chris Solly missed Preston game – as Charlton boss hopes three injured players back for Fulham
“Jake [Forster-Caskey] was meant to start at the weekend and Josh Cullen was meant to be on the bench. Then on Thursday Jake just jarred his knee or something and it stiffened up on the Friday.

“Josh took one on the end of his toe and jarred his ankle a little bit and he couldn’t travel with us. That was all on Friday.
Bowyer is hoping to have Cullen, Lyle Taylor and Sam Field available for the derby against Fulham.

“I’ll find out on Josh today – I’m hoping him and Lyle train today.
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Post by LeonRivers » Tue Jan 21, 2020 7:23 pm

West Ham goalkeeper joins Alaves on loan for rest of season

West Ham goalkeeper Roberto has joined Alaves on loan until the end of the season after just 10 appearances. The 33-year-old Spaniard joined the Hammers from Espanyol in the summer and deputised for the injured Lukasz Fabianski in the autumn, but a series of high-profile mistakes blighted his time in the Premier League and West Ham re-signed Darren Randolph as cover for Fabianski last week. Roberto still has 18 months left on his contract at London Stadium.

During his time at West Ham, Roberto conceded 17 goals, including three in three successive games in December. In the last appearance of that run, against Tottenham, he was ridiculed by his own supporters.

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Re: Hammers on Loan 2019/20

Post by LeonRivers » Tue Jan 21, 2020 7:28 pm

Latest Fixtures:

Nathan Trott

Nathan kept his 5th clean sheet of the season as Wimbledon beat Peterborough 1-0. He also received his first yellow card of the season in the second half.

MATCH REPORT:
"However, the goal produced a stirring response from the visitors and they almost equalised seconds later. Trott was required to make a fingertip save to stop Toney’s looping header. Shortly afterwards, Wimbledon just about survived an equaliser in a goalmouth incident that required Luke O’Neill to receive treatment. Trott just about won a race to reach the ball first with Toney, but his clearance rebounded off the Peterborough striker and towards goal. However, a combination of a post and O’Neill, stopped the ball from crossing the line and Toney shot wide from close-range. It was all Peterborough after this as Wimbledon’s defending became a bit last-ditch."
"Szmodics had two great chances, but he shot wide with both and Trott did well to stop a shot by Toney from finding the net."

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58' At the other end, a good save by Trott to deny Toney.
81' Good save by Trott to deny Toney.

Next Match: Tues 28th January vs Burton (h)

Jordan Hugill

not in squad (injured)

Next Match: Fri 24th January vs Sheffield Wednesday (h) - FA Cup 4th Round : LIVE on BT Sport

Josh Cullen

not in squad (injured)

Next Match: Weds 22nd January vs Fulham (h)

Grady Diangana

Grady returned to the starting lineup after a 5 week absence, but lasted just 4 minutes before leaving the field with a suspected recurrence of the same injury.

MATCH REPORT:
"Hampered by the early loss of on-loan creative influence Grady Diangana, the Baggies were blunted by a disciplined defensive display from the visitors."
"Bilic: Grady Diangana's injury is another hamstring. The same leg. We will have to wait and see how he responds."

Next Match: Tues 28th January vs Cardiff (a)

Aji Alese

Aji made his tenth appearance of the season, and played the full match as Accrington lost 1-2 at home to second-bottom Southend.

Next Match: Tues 21st January vs Salford (a) - EFL Trophy Qtr Final

Nathan Holland

Nathan played 76 minutes as Oxford drew 1-1 at Gillingham.

MATCH REPORT:
"Nathan Holland headed wide from Josh Ruffels' cross and defender Sam Long missed the target after meeting Shandon Baptiste's free-kick as Karl Robinson's side looked to double their advantage."

LIVE TWEETS:

45+2' YELLOW to Lee for a foul on Holland.
67' Fantastic break by United ends with Baptiste's pass to Fosu whose cross finds Holland. His shot is blocked and goes over the bar for a corner.
69' Holland again picks up the ball and drives forward, winning a corner.
76' SUB for United: Nathan Holland is replaced by Marcus Browne.

Next Match: Sat 25th January vs Newcastle (a)

Conor Coventry

unused sub

Next Match: Sat 25th January vs Ipswich (a)

Roberto

Next Match: Sat 25th January vs Villareal (h)

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Post by LeonRivers » Tue Jan 21, 2020 10:40 pm

Tonight's Fixture:

Aji Alese

Aji played as Accrington lost their EFL Cup Quarter Final 1-2 at Salford. He was cautioned in the first half for a late challenge and assisted Stanley's early goal.

MATCH REPORT:
"The Reds took the lead in the 11th minute when a Mark Hughes ball found Aji Alese and he fed Finley whose 25 yard strike took a deflection off Jack Baldwin and wrong-footed Salford keeper Chris Neal."

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13 - Alese receives the first yellow card of the game following a late challenge.

Next Match: Sat 25th January vs Burton (a)

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Post by sanchoz » Wed Jan 22, 2020 7:54 am

Match Report: Accrington Stanley 1-2 Southend United
DEFEAT to Southen United means Accrington Stanley have now lost their last three matches in League One.
Stanley XI: Bursik, Johnson, Hughes, Sykes, Alese, Clark, Conneely, Finley, Pritchard, Bishop, Charles
Subs: Savin, Sherif, Zanzala, Maguire, Barclay, Rodgers, Diallo
https://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/s ... nd-united/


Match Report: Salford City 2-1 Accrington Stanley
ACCRINGTON Stanley’s Wembley dream is over as they were knocked out of the Leasing.com Trophy after a 2-1 defeat at Salford City’s Peninsula Stadium.
15 minutes was all it took for Stanley to take the lead after a dominant start as Aji Alese took the ball down well on the left and fed it to Finley in the centre, 25-yards from goal.

The midfielder unleashed a powerful drive that took a deflection and looped over Chris Neal.
Stanley XI: Bursik, Johnson, Sykes, Hughes, Alese, Clark, Conneely, Finley, Pritchard, Charles, Zanzala

Subs: Savin, Maguire, Barclay, Rodgers, Simpson, Sherif, Diallo
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Post by sanchoz » Wed Jan 22, 2020 8:21 am

West Brom eager for attacking reinforcements
Albion have stepped up their bid to land attacking reinforcements following the news Grady Diangana is set to be sidelined for at least a month.
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Diangana – who first injured his hamstring in the win over Blues on December 14 – suffered a recurrence of the problem just three minutes into Monday night’s clash with Stoke.

The West Ham loanee underwent a scan yesterday to determine the extent of the injury. But Hammers boss David Moyes said he expects the winger to be sidelined for at least a month.

Albion have failed to win a league game since Diangana was forced to come off at St Andrew’s.

And now he is injured again, the Baggies are ramping up their efforts to bring in attacking reinforcements this month.
While Diangana’s injury is a huge blow for Albion, the positive news is the Baggies now look set to keep him for the season at a much-reduced rate.

West Ham have the option to recall the winger from his loan any time before January 27.

And with the Baggies desperate to keep him, they were squeezing Albion for extra cash.

The two clubs had been in discussion over a £1.5million deal that would keep Diangana at The Hawthorns for the rest of the campaign. But that deal will now have to be renegotiated, with the 21-year-old set to miss the next six league games at the very least.

Moyes also confirmed Diangana’s latest injury means it is unlikely he will now be recalled.

“It was a big consideration,” Moyes said when asked if he had considered recalling the winger. “His injury has put paid to him coming back. We are short of players just now and it’ll be maybe a month’s time when he’s recovered. He’ll probably stay there until the end of the season.”
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Post by sanchoz » Wed Jan 22, 2020 8:23 am

As one hugely successful Brentford loan ends, it looks like Dons might have another temporary hit in Mads Sorensen

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Five minutes after the goal, Sammy Szmodics put Ricky-Jade Jones in on goal. Nathan Trott came flying out, but his sliding clearance cannoned off the striker and trickled back towards the goal and on to the post. Luke O’Neill smashed into the woodwork trying to clear the danger. Toney couldn’t convert the rebound, but it was a frantic few seconds that were only a sign of things to come.
Szmodics’ shot deflected off Sorensen, and with Trott stranded the ball ****ed just wide of the post.
It was just a fourth clean sheet of the season in the league. All have come at home. This was a particularly deserved reward for a team who ground out a victory as hard-fought as they come.

Wimbledon have lost just one of their last nine matches at home. With three of their next four in familiar surroundings there is every chance they can start to pull away from the threat of relegation.
AFC Wimbledon (3-5-2): Trott 7, O’Neill 8, Thomas 7, Sorensen 9, McLoughlin 7, Sanders 6 (Wordsworth 39, 6), Hartigan 8, Reilly 7, Guinness-Walker 7 (Osew 73, 6), Pinnock 7, Pigott 8. Not used: McDonnell, McDonald, Appiah, Wood, Biler.
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Post by sanchoz » Thu Jan 23, 2020 7:20 am

Charlton Athletic v Fulham team line-ups: Hemed and Cullen start for Addicks

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The Addicks are boosted by the return of Lyle Taylor and Josh Cullen, the former on the bench.
Charlton: Phillips, Matthews, Lockyer, Pearce, Purrington, Pratley, Morgan, Cullen, Oztumer, Hemed, Doughty. Subs: Maynard-Brewer, Sarr, Green, Taylor, Oshilaja, Williams, Dempsey.
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Charlton Athletic 0-0 Fulham: Addicks earn decent point in entertaining stalemate
Charlton held promotion-chasing Fulham to a goalless draw on a chilly evening at The Valley.
The hosts, buoyed by the confirmation shortly before kick-off that boss Lee Bowyer had penned a new three-year deal at The Valley and the return from injury of Josh Cullen, started brightly by forcing a couple of early corners.
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Post by sanchoz » Thu Jan 23, 2020 7:22 am

REPORT: Charlton 0 Fulham 0 - points shared at The Valley

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Charlton and Fulham played out a goalless draw in a game void of chances at The Valley.

On a day when the London derby felt like a side show to the news that Lee Bowyer had signed a three-year deal at the club, both sides looked content with a point.
Charlton: Phillips, Matthews, Lockyer, Pearce, Purrington, Pratley, Cullen, Morgan (Williams 62’), Oztumer (Green 80’), Doughty, Hemed (Taylor 70’) SUBS: Maynard-Brewer, Williams, Oshilaja, Taylor, Green, Sarr, Dempsey
https://www.newsshopper.co.uk/sport/181 ... ed-valley/



PLAYER RATINGS: Charlton 0 Fulham 0 - Who looked a man short of confidence?
Josh Cullen 7

The pendulum in the middle for Charlton, linking defence and attack. Kept possession and dictated pay for the Addicks when they got on the ball.
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Post by sanchoz » Thu Jan 23, 2020 7:27 am

Charlton fans hail 'Sir Josh Cullen' after midfielder's return in Fulham draw

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Josh Cullen returned to Charlton’s line-up for his side’s goalless draw with Fulham on Tuesday night, his first appearance since November.

A favourite of Lee Bowyer’s the midfielder has proved instrumental over the 18 months he’s been at The Valley, and Tuesday was no different.

On-loan from West Ham for a second successive season, the midfielder was at the peak of his powers before injuring ligaments in his ankle in the 2-2 draw with Cardiff last year.

In the 23-year-old’s absence, the Addicks have only won once, and although there has been a mountain of injuries at the club, the loss if the Irish international has been felt more than most.

If Darren Pratley is the enforcer of the Charlton midfield, then Cullen is the general, dictating play, composed on the ball, finding passes others can’t see, and keeping possession.

That’s not to say he’s not afraid of a tackle or two.

The midfielder is aware he isn’t back to his best yet, who would with just four training sessions under their belt, but many Charlton fans could already see the benefit of having Cullen back in the side.

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Re: Hammers on Loan 2019/20

Post by peter49uk » Thu Jan 23, 2020 8:25 pm

Is this correct Josh Cullen has revealed that West Ham have extended his contract to the summer of 2021

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