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Addicks Potential Signings.

Imoh Ezekiel.

Impressing for Standard Leige the 20-year-old Nigerian would be a great signing for us as he is a striker and new strikers is what we need as all we have left are Reza, Church and Parzyszek who is yet to make a full debut after only playing around five minutes for the Addicks.
I think Ezekiel would have to have around 10 games to get settled in the new country and then after that if he is still not scoring I would lose the faith but hopefully if he joins he can bring some speed to Charlton.

Chris O`Grady.

After having a great season last season for Barnsley Chris O`Grady could prove to be a great signing for us as he bagged 15 goals for the season which is more than any of our strikers could handle.
O`Grady is not the most prolific of strikers but if he has a decent set of wingers to help him out he can bag a lot of goals for us as he has a knack for being a poacher so if we had him and Ezekiel up front I reckon they could work very well together.

Koen Casteels.

The Belgian goalkeeper from Hoffenheim could prove to be a future star at the ripe ago of 21 he has already showed the Bundesliga fans what he`s about throwing out some great performances but will his age keep him down seeing as we have Nick Pope on the way up?

Robert Koran.

The out of contract midfielder could well be on his way to Charlton from Hull on a free but at the age of 33 he looks as though his career might soon be coming to an end.
Koran who has a fair amount of premier league experience could be great for us as we need someone who the younger players can look up too and I would love to see him here as he could really be a great asset to the team.

Luke Ayling.

The 22-year-old is Arsenal youth product and currently at Yeovil and he is really proving himself as a solid defender and defensive-midfielder.
I would like to see him at Charlton as we take young player and we can make them in to prolific football players and this could be another young signing to fit the bill.





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Date:Friday May 30 2014

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