Callum Harriott is a young left winger who started 2010-11 as a first-year scholar with League One club Charlton Athletic. Callum is a player with pace and skill and he appeared regularly for the Addicks' U18s and also in the reserves. He was in the first-team squad as an unused substitute at the end of November and was given his senior debut a few weeks after his 17th birthday when he came on against Rochdale on Easter Monday. He made a further appearance from the bench and was given his first start in the final game of the season against Hartlepool. His performances throughout the campaign earned him Charlton's Young Player of the Year award and a full professional contract.
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