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Your Charlton 11

Your best Charlton 11 that you have seen play only 1 player from each nation.

GK-Saša Ilić (Yugoslavia)

RB-Radostin Kishishev (Bulgaria)
CB-Patrick Bauer (Germany)
CB-Jorge Costa (Portugal)
LB-Chris Powell (England)

RM-Dennis Rommedahl (Denmark)
CM-Mark Kinsella (Ireland)
CM-Yoni Buyens (Belgium)
LM-John Robinson (Wales)

ATT-Lyle Taylor (Montserrat)
ATT-Shaun Bartlett (South Africa)

Probably forgetting a few but thats my 1st draft, obviously Sasa was born in Australia but he played for Yugoslavia

Comments

  • Dean Kiely Eire

    Billy Bonds England

    Jorge Costa Portugal

    Talal El Karkouri Morocco

    John Hewie Scotland

    Allan Simonsen Denmark

    Radostin Kishishev Bulgaria

    Alou Diarra France

    John Robinson Wales

    Eddie Firmani Italy

    Shaun Bartlett South Africa

    Like you a first draft

  • Forgot Costa, think he will replace Naby
  • Ilic - Yugoslavia

    Kishishev Bulgaria
    Costa - Portugal
    Fish - South Africa
    HH - Iceland

    Robinson - Wales
    Parker - England
    Kinsella - Ireland
    Jensen - Denmark

    JJ - Finland
    Di Canio - Italy

    The toughest choice was picking my English player, which meant discarding Rufus, Powell, Bolder, Lee, Bowyer, Bent, Mendonca, Hales, Flanagan etc
  • GK-Saša Ilić (Yugoslavia)

    RB- Luke Young (England)
    CB- Jorge Costa (Portugal)
    CB -Hermann Hreiðarsson (Iceland)
    LB - Rhoys Wiggins (Wales)

    RM- Colin Walsh ((Scotland)
    CM-Mark Kinsella (Rep of Ireland)
    CM- Claus Jenson (Denmark)
    LM- Jasper Blomkquist (Sweden)

    ATT- Paolo Di Canio (Italy)
    ATT- Yann Kermorgant (France)
  • edited September 30
    Would have Costa (Portugal) and Gomez (England) as CBs, Melrose (Scotland) and Firmani (Italy) upfront. Jensen over Rohmedal and alas Herman (Iceland) for Powell. Lloyd Sam (Ghana) for Buyens or even JJ (Finland) slightly out of position or 4-3-3.
  • edited September 30
    I haven't picked any UK or Ireland players

    1 Myher Norway

    2 Kisishev Bulgaria
    5 Costa Portugal
    6 Diawara Senegal
    3 Heirdarsson Iceland

    4 Smertin Russia
    7 Diarra France
    8 Jensen Denmark

    9 Bartlett South Africa
    10 Di Canio Italy
    11 Barnes Jamica

    Subs

    Illic Yugoslavia
    Tal Ben Hiam Israel
    Suk-young S Korea
    Zhi China
    Robinson Zimbabwe
    Bulot Gabon
    Vetokele Angola
    JJ Finland
  • edited September 30
    Mentions for Zheng Zhi (China) El Kharkouri (Morocco) and Karim Bagheri (Iran).
  • Cafc43v3r said:

    I haven't picked any UK or Ireland players

    1 Myher Norway

    2 Kisishev Bulgaria
    5 Costa Portugal
    6 Diawara Senegal
    3 Heirdarsson Iceland

    4 Smertin Russia
    7 Diarra France
    8 Jensen Denmark

    9 Bartlett South Africa
    10 Di Canio Italy
    11 Barnes Jamica

    Subs

    Illic Yugoslavia
    Tal Ben Hiam Israel
    Suk-young S Korea
    Zhi China
    Robinson Zimbabwe
    Bulot Gabon
    Vetokele Angola
    JJ Finland

    Is that John Barnes, who played 79 times for England, 3 times for Enand U-21s, 586 for English teams and never played for a team outside England? Is he the non-British person you mean?
  • edited September 30
    Yup qualifies for my team because he was born in Jamica, the same criteria I have used for Robinson, if Terry Butcher had played for charlton I would have picked him to on the same basis :-)

    Igor was born in Belgium but I originally had another Belgium on the bench.
  • Chizz said:

    Cafc43v3r said:

    I haven't picked any UK or Ireland players

    1 Myher Norway

    2 Kisishev Bulgaria
    5 Costa Portugal
    6 Diawara Senegal
    3 Heirdarsson Iceland

    4 Smertin Russia
    7 Diarra France
    8 Jensen Denmark

    9 Bartlett South Africa
    10 Di Canio Italy
    11 Barnes Jamica

    Subs

    Illic Yugoslavia
    Tal Ben Hiam Israel
    Suk-young S Korea
    Zhi China
    Robinson Zimbabwe
    Bulot Gabon
    Vetokele Angola
    JJ Finland

    Is that John Barnes, who played 79 times for England, 3 times for Enand U-21s, 586 for English teams and never played for a team outside England? Is he the non-British person you mean?
    Cafc43v3r said:

    I haven't picked any UK or Ireland players

    1 Myher Norway

    2 Kisishev Bulgaria
    5 Costa Portugal
    6 Diawara Senegal
    3 Heirdarsson Iceland

    4 Smertin Russia
    7 Diarra France
    8 Jensen Denmark

    9 Bartlett South Africa
    10 Di Canio Italy
    11 Barnes Jamica

    Subs

    Illic Yugoslavia
    Tal Ben Hiam Israel
    Suk-young S Korea
    Zhi China
    Robinson Zimbabwe
    Bulot Gabon
    Vetokele Angola
    JJ Finland

    I am surprised you think John Barnes was a better player for Charlton, than John Robinson or JJ
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  • I am surprised you think John Barnes was a better player for Charlton, than John Robinson or JJ
    I think he was a better footballer, who played for Charlton ;-)

    Almost put Jseper Blomqvist in as well :-)
  • Cafc43v3r said:

    Yup qualifies for my team because he was born in Jamica, the same criteria I have used for Robinson, if Terry Butcher had played for charlton I would have picked him to on the same basis :-)

    Igor was born in Belgium but I originally had another Belgium on the bench.

    That makes no sense tho.

    Barnes was born in Jamaica so you have him as jamaican despite playing for England

    Vetokele was born in Belgium but you have him as Angola because he plays for them.

  • Sorry I thought this was in fun, jokes and captions not an attempt to redefine any defination of nationality.

    Did John Barnes stop being Jamaican when he put on an England shirt? If so you better go and tell him, he identifies as Jamaican British.

    You realise you can be British Jamaican, Belgian Angolan British Indian etc?
  • In a 4-3-2-1 formation:

    Charlie Wright (Hong Kong)

    Madjid Bougherra (Algeria)
    Talal El Karkouri (Morocco)
    Jorge Costa (Portugal)
    Hermann Hreiðarsson (Iceland)

    Alan Campbell (Scotland)
    Graham Moore (Wales)
    Scott Parker (England)

    Allan Simonsen (Denmark)
    Paolo Di Canio (Italy)

    Eddie Firmani (South Africa)
  • edited September 30
    Dean Kiely (Ireland)

    Mark Fish (South Africa)
    Jorge Costa (Portugal)
    Stuart Balmer (Scotland)

    Claus Jensen (Denmark)
    Alexi Smertin (Russia)
    Alex Song (Cameroon)
    John Robinson (Wales)

    Di Canio (Italy)

    Clive Mendonca (England)
    Yann Kermorgant (France)
  • edited September 30
    4-2-3-1

    Dean Kiely (Eire)

    Radistan Kishishev (Bulgaria) Jorge Costa (Portugal) Marvin Hinton (England) John Hewie (Scotland)

    Alexi Smertin (Russia) Graham Moore (Wales)

    Alan Simonsen (Denmark) Stuart Leary (South Africa) Paulo Di Canio (Italy)


    Yann Kermorgant (France)
  • Point of order for @paulie8290 to arbitrate on re Eddie Firmani, he was South African but actually played for Italy :wink:
  • Ditto Yann, played for Breton. Bit young to have seen Hans Jeppson play but he seemed quite good. Our all time top Premier League scorer played for Jamaica however.
  • RedChaser said:

    Point of order for @paulie8290 to arbitrate on re Eddie Firmani, he was South African but actually played for Italy :wink:

    If I can't have Firmani I will gladly take Yann instead.
  • edited September 30

    Would have Costa (Portugal) and Gomez (England) as CBs, Melrose (Scotland) and Firmani (Italy) upfront. Jensen over Rohmedal and alas Herman (Iceland) for Powell. Lloyd Sam (Ghana) for Buyens or even JJ (Finland) slightly out of position or 4-3-3.

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  • Cafc43v3r said:

    Sorry I thought this was in fun, jokes and captions not an attempt to redefine any defination of nationality.

    Did John Barnes stop being Jamaican when he put on an England shirt? If so you better go and tell him, he identifies as Jamaican British.

    You realise you can be British Jamaican, Belgian Angolan British Indian etc?

    I knew you could be British Jamaican. But I hadn't heard of a Belgian Angolan British Indian before.
  • Cafc43v3r said:

    Yup qualifies for my team because he was born in Jamica, the same criteria I have used for Robinson, if Terry Butcher had played for charlton I would have picked him to on the same basis :-)

    Igor was born in Belgium but I originally had another Belgium on the bench.

    John Robinson was born in Jamaica?
  • Cafc43v3r said:

    Yup qualifies for my team because he was born in Jamica, the same criteria I have used for Robinson, if Terry Butcher had played for charlton I would have picked him to on the same basis :-)

    Igor was born in Belgium but I originally had another Belgium on the bench.

    You'd have picked Terry Butcher, because John Robinson was born in Jamaica? Blimey, this game's a lot more complicated than it first seemed.
  • I think I’ve come up with a squad that’ll take some beating(s)....

    1. Yolan Thuram Ulien (Guadeloupe)
    2. Federico Bessone (Argentina)
    3. Yun Suk Young (South Korea)
    4. Anil Koc (Turkey)
    5. Gonzalo Sorondo (Uruguay)
    6. Abdul Razak (Ivory Coast)
    7. Christophe Lepoint (Belgium) -captain-
    8. Kenny Achampong (Ghana)
    9. George Tugyourself (Romania)
    10. Piotr Parsley (Poland)
    11. Ralph Milne (Sweatland)

    12. Rhys Williams (Wales)
    13. Neil Etheridge (Philippines)
    14, Loic Nego (France)
    15. David Petrucci (Italy)
    16, Sullay Kaikai (Sierra Leone)
    17. Reza Goochannejhad (Iran)

    Manager (interim) Karel Fraeye (Laundry)
  • Chizz said:

    Cafc43v3r said:

    Sorry I thought this was in fun, jokes and captions not an attempt to redefine any defination of nationality.

    Did John Barnes stop being Jamaican when he put on an England shirt? If so you better go and tell him, he identifies as Jamaican British.

    You realise you can be British Jamaican, Belgian Angolan British Indian etc?

    I knew you could be British Jamaican. But I hadn't heard of a Belgian Angolan British Indian before.
    Need to get out more then......
  • Fumbluff said:

    I think I’ve come up with a squad that’ll take some beating(s)....

    1. Yolan Thuram Ulien (Guadeloupe)
    2. Federico Bessone (Argentina)
    3. Yun Suk Young (South Korea)
    4. Anil Koc (Turkey)
    5. Gonzalo Sorondo (Uruguay)
    6. Abdul Razak (Ivory Coast)
    7. Christophe Lepoint (Belgium) -captain-
    8. Kenny Achampong (Ghana)
    9. George Tugyourself (Romania)
    10. Piotr Parsley (Poland)
    11. Ralph Milne (Sweatland)

    12. Rhys Williams (Wales)
    13. Neil Etheridge (Philippines)
    14, Loic Nego (France)
    15. David Petrucci (Italy)
    16, Sullay Kaikai (Sierra Leone)
    17. Reza Goochannejhad (Iran)

    Manager (interim) Karel Fraeye (Laundry)

    One more place on the bench can go to Tom Hovi (Norway)!
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