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View pssguy's Profile pssguy Flag 23 Oct 22 4.48pm Send a Private Message to pssguy Add pssguy as a friend

Originally posted by Pete53

Good to see Rak-Sakyi score the winner for Charlton today!

He missed two absolute sitters beforehand. I watched a fair chunk of their previous game and despite the 4-0 win he was little involved and got subbed

TBH, admittedly it was only the highlights, but a guy playing in his league debut for Charlton who has just turned 19, Tyreece Campbell, looked very impressive going forward. Strongly built and a left-sided defender, definitely one to keep an eye on

 

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Anyone heard of how O'Brien and Plange re getting on in Belgium lately?

Edited by Pete53 (24 Oct 2022 10.26am)

 

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Originally posted by pssguy

He missed two absolute sitters beforehand. I watched a fair chunk of their previous game and despite the 4-0 win he was little involved and got subbed

TBH, admittedly it was only the highlights, but a guy playing in his league debut for Charlton who has just turned 19, Tyreece Campbell, looked very impressive going forward. Strongly built and a left-sided defender, definitely one to keep an eye on

I haven't seen any games involving Charlton so I don't know what his overall contribution has been like.

On a general note though, for academy players going out on loan to lower league clubs it is probably make or break. If Rak-Sakyi, Banks, the Boatengs etc don't stand out at places like Charlton and Bradford, then the club is inevitably going to think twice about keeping them on when they return.

I can imagine it can be quite a tough and challenging time for youngsters finding themselves sent off to distant places away from friends and family.They also, for the first time, find themselves up against tough seasoned pros week in week out.

I also wonder how the are received at their loan club - I can imagine there may be some resentment at a youngster from a PL club coming in and taking the place of a senior player at the host club. And if you are from a PL side they may want to quickly put you in your place and make sure you don't get ideas above your station, so to speak.

 

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View mileend's Profile mileend Flag East London 09 Nov 22 9.31am Send a Private Message to mileend Add mileend as a friend

Rak-Sakyi assisted the Charlton equaliser last night and scored a penalty in the shoot out helping his team through to the next round

From the CAFC website another snipped 'For Charlton, it was Jes Rak-Sakyi, down the Addicks right that caused most problems in the opening half, with two Stevenage players picking up yellow cards for fouls after being beaten by the tricky winger.'

From previous comments and general reports I think Rak-Saky is one of the stand out players for Charlton this year. Whether that means he can continue to improve and step up remains to be seen but his loan spell is the most successful one I can recall for a Palace player.

He will definitely be in better shape to compete for the first team over the summer

 

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View palace99's Profile palace99 Flag New Mills 09 Nov 22 10.04am Send a Private Message to palace99 Add palace99 as a friend

Originally posted by mileend

Rak-Sakyi assisted the Charlton equaliser last night and scored a penalty in the shoot out helping his team through to the next round

From the CAFC website another snipped 'For Charlton, it was Jes Rak-Sakyi, down the Addicks right that caused most problems in the opening half, with two Stevenage players picking up yellow cards for fouls after being beaten by the tricky winger.'

From previous comments and general reports I think Rak-Saky is one of the stand out players for Charlton this year. Whether that means he can continue to improve and step up remains to be seen but his loan spell is the most successful one I can recall for a Palace player.

He will definitely be in better shape to compete for the first team over the summer

Agree, but i still think back to our last winger prospect Sullay Kaikai and how his career nosedived.

He had successful loans and was highly rated. When loaned at Championship level Brentford they were ready to pay 1m for him.

It didn't happen and he was released a year later. Now at Wycombe.

Hopefully Palace can better manage player development now

 

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View MrRobbo's Profile MrRobbo Flag Purley 09 Nov 22 10.48am Send a Private Message to MrRobbo Add MrRobbo as a friend

Originally posted by mileend

Rak-Sakyi assisted the Charlton equaliser last night and scored a penalty in the shoot out helping his team through to the next round

From the CAFC website another snipped 'For Charlton, it was Jes Rak-Sakyi, down the Addicks right that caused most problems in the opening half, with two Stevenage players picking up yellow cards for fouls after being beaten by the tricky winger.'

From previous comments and general reports I think Rak-Saky is one of the stand out players for Charlton this year. Whether that means he can continue to improve and step up remains to be seen but his loan spell is the most successful one I can recall for a Palace player.

He will definitely be in better shape to compete for the first team over the summer

Yup and even if he isnt premiership standard, he's showing that he certainly has enough to have a decent professional career

 

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View theorist's Profile theorist 11 Nov 22 2.53pm Send a Private Message to theorist Add theorist as a friend

Although not academy, lest we forget Remi Mathews. Promoted for this campaign to the Scottish Premiership, St Johnstone sits 6th and has moved into relatively solid contention for Europe. Has played every minute since arrival except for last week's Rangers win (hip knock in training, but already back). 19 conceded in 14, 3 clean sheets. Several Team of the Week placements for the Premiership.

Off pitch at the club level, he appears to have ingratiated himself into the culture of St.J club and supporters while simultaneously doing the same for us - much like Conor's spell here. (his twitter feed bears this out.)

On a two year ending 5/23 at 280,000 per ( [Link] ), Transfrmarket lists hima at 300K. Although now through demonstrable performance he would be worth much more, especially if StJ were to make Europe.

Sadly, I suspect that he might be off to StJ on a free, with us not capturing his increased value.

 

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