Josh Cullen was named captain this Friday in the absence of Kemer Lawrence, who was worn the previous Friday. The Irishman is one of the most popular people in the locker room.
Josh Cullen may be Summer Rookie, his style does not fit on the “Maison Move” paper, but he won the hearts of fans with his enthusiastic performances and midfield grin. “I feel great and good experience in training, I like the style of play practiced here, and I believe I have been able to balance myself in competitions,” the Irishman confirmed at the end of the meet.
Cullen’s profile is reminiscent of a Sacha Klajastan of the time: hard work in midfield, balancing the team’s game. A framework that the locker room and coach appreciated as they received the captain’s armor this Friday. “I didn’t know I was going to be captain, I had the shield in front of my locker in the locker room,” he smiled. “This is my first captaincy on the A team. I was at U21 in Ireland.”
A leadership skill suitable for him
He is only 24 years old, but Josh Cullen is one of the youngest members of the Underdog team. “I know I’m coming to a team that is very young, but it’s not going to be a question that should give me this kind of responsibility. I think it will come naturally if you have it,” explains the former from West Ham.
“Players have to take responsibility wherever they can. I’ve always tried to do that. It’s a great honor to be able to captain, and I’m happy to do that,” Dwarf said. “It’s always good to know that the coach likes me and my teammates like me.”