Discussion in 'Molineux Mix Archive' started by @ComptonStars, Feb 26, 2015.
Congratulations Callum and good luck for your future.
Congratulations and welcome to Wolves Callum.
Good luck Callum
Congrats & good luck Callum.
Anyone shed any light on what sort of player he is?
Was he out of contract at his previous club? Free agent so able to sign outside the transfer window?
He was at Nike Academy so didn't have a set contract anywhere.
Played As a number 10 for Wolves U21s so far, prefers to play as a central midfielder but also has experience as Defensive midfielder with his time at the Nike Academy
Bienvenu Callum UTW
Not sure if the link above will work, if not just go on you tube and type in Callum Harris Nike Academy there is a video of him in action. I think its about 7 mins long.
He looks like an attacking midfielder who is very comfortable on the ball and runs at pace with it aswell. He seems to play a central role. He's number 17 in most of the clips.
His music is $$$$
You've changed your tune, you were a massive fan when I met you in the Summer (42 year old bloke trying to do contemporary gag!)
Calvin Harris contemporary?
On a serious note good luck to him, and lets hope we can bring through some young players who aren't defenders/goalkeepers, it would be brilliant if we could bring through some exciting attacking talent
Nike Academy confirm he has signed pro contract with us. Why nothing from Wolves?
Matt Murray was in quite a few of those clips watching on.
Wolves couldn't even spell PR.
Haha that's a good one Jonzy
Confirmed he has signed until end of 2016 with a further year in our option.
Looks another quality addition to the U21's...
Which as yet remains to be seen but understand your point here SFW.
Yet another player to add to the many now signed for it seems the future whilst the present?
Callum used to be on the books of Man City as a school boy (Sellers link) and then went to Blackburn post 16. I worked at the school he attended.
I would not pretend to know what he is like now, back then he was a alright lad, he was on the edges of somethings you do not want to be involved in, but always managed to stay on the right side and keep things out of school.
Played against him and watched him a few times, he never quite seemed to have the football brain to affect the game, maybe this is something he has developed recently. He had technical ability and covered ground well though.
Sounds like an improved version of Dave Edwards.
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