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Discussion in 'Charlton' started by CafcFactsStats, Oct 21, 2019.
Wasn't it the Reamer who came up with the name 'No Hope' after about three appearances?
Nick Pope looks set to play for his country against Albania and Poland...
Two more caps for the young 'keeper's England collection
Not bad after being labelled “ No hope Pope”
Once "No-hope" gets the gloves Pickford will be lucky to get them back.
The poor old Nabster gets subbed off at ,6-0, finishes at 7-0. Come home, Naby, you and Innis .
Naby can come back on a pay-as-you-play, not a Ziggy Stardust *
* Five years
Was this a poll of
A) Twenty people
C) Fulham fans
D) All of the above
Taylor was given a rare start today, but failed to score. I make it a grand total 2 goals he's scored this season.
Harry Pell scored one of the best goals I've ever seen, in a Youth Cup tie at The Valley. A low cross came over from the right-back, across the edge of the penalty area, two Charlton players dummied it (one of them was Tuna), and Pell ran in from the left and smashed it into the top corner. Two dummies! Wow!
Whatever became of Tuna? No fish jokes please!
No idea. If he ever made it as a pro it wasn't in this country.
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Tamer Hakan Tuna is a Turkish footballer who plays as a striker. He is currently a free agent after a short spell at Kent League side Erith Town. Wikipedia
Born: 19 October 1991 (age 29 years), Bexley
Height: 1.78 m
Current team: FC Reading Revolution
Number: 28 (Charlton Athletic F.C. / Forward)