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[Albion] Josh Duffus



Vin

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Jun 12, 2021
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And another Albion product makes his first team debut, and what a venue and an occasion to do it!

Joshua had a spell in the Crystal Palace academy as a youngster but I guess the Eagles have no need for European competition standard youngsters.
He got involved and wanted the ball. Good debut and he will probably be disappointed he didn’t get a shot on target when put through. Our squad is threadbare but 7th in the PL and we’ve qualified for the KO stages. What a time for us and the team. UTA
 


jcdenton08

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Oct 17, 2008
10,201
Raw, looked promising and got involved. Good free-kick won at the end. As with Hinshelwood, needs must right now and I think we’ll reinforce in January (as well as a couple of players returning). Did well and great for his experience and development tonight
 

The Fits

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Jun 29, 2020
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Really gets about. First effort almost too confident, second he seemed to hesitate a bit. Looks like he's a talent who'll make things happen. He's a winger isn't he?
 


timbha

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Jul 5, 2003
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Sussex
At the moment he looks an ideal forward to come on for the last 15 minutes, either to nick a goal or rough up the defenders. He’s been doing it for the U21s this season.
 


Cotton Socks

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Feb 20, 2017
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He did well, I'm impressed. Just another player I've never heard of, slotting in seamlessly, we seem to be good at that. Well done to the lad. (y)
 


AZ Gull

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Oct 14, 2003
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Chandler, AZ
Really gets about. First effort almost too confident, second he seemed to hesitate a bit. Looks like he's a talent who'll make things happen. He's a winger isn't he?
I wouldn't describe him as a winger. He can play a variety of attacking positions and has pace - if I had to choose someone in the first team squad who his game most resembles, I would say maybe Joao Pedro? Not an out-and-out winger or centre-forward but pacey, strong and technically gifted.

He played for Lambeth Tigers at U-12 schoolboy level against the Eastside United Football Academy in the London FA Saturday Cup Final and in the brochure it described him as "Forward - Leading goal scorer who always makes something out of nothing. Can score a variety of goals, from long range strikes to goal poaching." I think that is still a pretty valid pen picture.
 


Wozza

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Jul 6, 2003
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He played for Lambeth Lions, but does anyone know specifically where he's from?
 

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