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Hammer faces anxious wait on future

Josh Cullen faces an anxious wait on his Hammers career  after bidding  an emotional farewell to relegated loan club Charlton.

The midfielder has spent virtually the last couple of seasons at the Valley but after helping them to promotion last season has now seen them slip back to league One.

Having been handed just a one year contract by the Hammers whilst at the Addicks before suffering an injury he returned to be a part of  of the club which  has gone down under former Hammer, boss Lee Bowyer.

It would be a surprise to be honest were David Moyes to see him as part of his plans for the next campaign given the current strength of midfield and a Championship team probably now beckons the 24 year old who has been with the Hammers since he was a kid.

He will now return to the London Stadium to await his future and in an emotional farewell to the Addicks fans he declared taking to Instagram and writing alongside a photograph of himself in red,  said: “Despite the season not ending how we wanted it to, it was a pleasure to pull on the @cafcofficial shirt over the past 2 seasons.

A big thanks to everyone at the club for their hard work and the fans for the support along the way. I wish the club all the best in.”

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One comment on “Hammer faces anxious wait on future

  1. Addicks fans rated him – he brought a calm control to their midfield. I can see him being another Jimmy Bullard who goes elsewhere and helps a team into the PL, at which point he’ll be decent. I agree though that he’s probably surplus to requirement presently, although if Wilshere were to leave I could see him filling that space…

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