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Cambridge United : Climbing to the top

Started on 4 November 2017 by DrewWorsley / First Post
Latest Reply on 12 April 2019 by AvadaKedavra / Last Post
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Cambridge United
Founded : 1912
After gaining promotion to League Two in The 2013/14 season Cambridge have made themselves a solid League Two team with the media predicting Cambridge to finish 5th. This also matches the Board Expectation of reaching the playoffs.
Key Player and Capitan: Leon Legge

Vice-Capitan: Gary Deegan

Hot Prospect: Emmanuel Osadebe


Transfer Type: Loan

Player: Harry Charsley



Age: 20

Position: CAM/CM

Moving To: Cambridge United

Moving From: Everton

The Young Irishman has come to the U's to gain some experience to help progress his career and eventually play for Everton's Senior Team. He's an experienced player having played 10 U21 games and has score one goal. This will be the youngsters first loan away from Everton. At 5"10 Harry is more likely to be used as an ariel threat from arriving late into the box instead of running beyond the striker. Harry has done excellently while playing for the Everton U23's having picked up the Golden Shoe in the U23's League .


Transfer Type: Loan

Player: Tafari Moore



Age: 20

Position: RB/LB

Moving To: Cambridge United

Moving From: Arsenal

This will be Tafari Moore's second loan, Jamaican right back Tafari continued his development on loan with FC Utrecht last season, making 26 league appearances for the Dutch side.Tafari has represented England at all levels up to under-20, playing a part in the victorious European Under-17 Championship in 2014 and appearing at the European Under-19 Championship in 2016. He has now decided that he would like to represent Jamaica on the international stage as of yet not picking up any International Caps senior or youth. The U's fans will be happy to see Tafari come in as he is different to there other RB in Bradley Halliday as unlike Bradley Tafari really shines by getting beyond his midfielders and putting crosses in from the byline.
Hopefully you can make Cambridge United similar to the university; one of the best!
Was student of Cambridge, but did not found of sports and now I am a paper writer and earn money with my head but not legs.

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