|Sam Walker 16:15 - Nov 16 with 230 views||Daniel|
I saw that Sam Walker was between the sticks for Charlton last night for their FA Cup replay at Cray Valley. He's signed for then on a short term deal having been without a club since the summer. Incidentally, he conceded one goal in the 6-1 win, scored by Kyrell Lisbie - son of Kevin Lisbie.
Anyway, it got me thinking about his career since leaving us in 2018. Over 4.5 seasons with us he made 213 appearances. Since leaving us he's made 75 in 5.5 seasons.
Reading (2018-21) 14
Blackpool (2020/21, loan) 2
AFC Wimbledon (2021, loan) 14
Kilmarnock (2021-23) 43
Charlton (2023) 2
A prime example of why it's not always better to leave the U's for more money.
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|Sam Walker on 17:05 - Nov 16 with 199 views||bwildered|
Big Sam has been there for over a month having signed when they had an injury crises. Bet his bank balance is considerably healthier than if he had remained .
Notice that U’s development keeper has gone on loan to Brightlingsea Regent, wonder if Harrison is any relation to Alec Chamberlain ?
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|Sam Walker on 17:56 - Nov 16 with 173 views||burnsieespana|
And Sam Hornby gone on loan as well to Solihull so bit of a clear out of our keepers. Always thought we had to many Nd could never understandvwhey we signed two in the summer!