Charlton Athletic U18s central midfielder Terrell Agyemang spoke to Valley Gold for Academy Notes after the recent 2-0 victory at home to Colchester United.
Terrell, who has been at the Academy since U13 after being at various different clubs told Valley Gold that he is an athletic box-to-box, hard-working, central midfield player, who has the ability to manipulate the ball in both open and tight situations, and speaking after the match said:
“The game was quite scrappy in the first half with neither team establishing any sort of control in blustery conditions. Colchester looked dangerous on the counter attack but that’s because we couldn’t really keep any possession and at times gave the ball away sloppily. We rushed our passes instead of getting a rhythm. It wasn’t a proper Charlton Athletic performance that we’ve had in previous games.”
“Nearer to the break, a chance fell for Tyreece Campbell from a loose ball. He pounced upon it and struck the ball neatly into the bottom right hand corner to give us a narrow lead at half-time.”
“We lacked urgency in the second half and our play became stale. Colchester created the better of the chances, capitalising on our technical errors, but thanks to Nathan Harvey we preserved our lead. Euan Williams made the game safe with a lovely dinked finish over their advancing goalkeeper and despite going down to ten men shortly after we saw out the remaining minutes to earn an important three points.”
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