Thursday, 18 July 2013

Would Adamo Coulibaly be a good signing?

Adamo Coulibaly is currently on trial with Charlton and featured in last night's 1-1 draw with AFC Wimbledon. He drew praise from Chris Powell who has had a long-term interest in him: Coulibaly.

I have also heard positive comments from fans who have seen him in action. One fan who was at the Wimbledon game commented on Facebook, 'Jury still out for me. Some good touches and was unlucky to not score after hitting post. Just thought lacked a bit of composure in final third. I've seen a lot better but I've seen a lot worse.' Another said that he held the ball up well, just couldn't find the back of the net.

He has been playing in Hungary where he is known for his strength and acceleration: Record

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sounds a bit like a Carl Leaburn to me

Jamie said...

I didn't think he looked all that against AFC. Had 2 chances that a goalscorer would have put away (or at least had a go with the second) but for a guy that's not fully fit he did work hard. I'm just not convinced he would cut it in the Championship.

Blackheath Addicted said...

Wyn, given that Haynes has definitely gone and Obika still a deal not done, might be that the club is weighing up Coulibaly or resigning Fuller, who is apparently training at The Valley and said on Sky he'd love to stay but nothing's been offered yet. Could it be a choice between the two?