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Former Charlton man tells Barnet fans what to expect from him

07:56 05 July 2012

Freddie Warren, Charlton Athletic

Freddie Warren, Charlton Athletic

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Freddie Warren is looking to impress Bees fans after signing for the north London club

Barnet’s new signing Freddie Warren has told fans what to expect from him in the coming season

The former Charlton Athletic midfielder completed his move to Underhill on July 4 and is looking forward to working under manager Mark Robson.

“I’m a mixed bag, really,” he told the club’s official website. “I’m a bit of battling midfielder, who likes a tackle, but at the same time I have a creative side.

“I’m quite strong and I have a lot of energy, so could play either box-to-box or as a holding midfielder. “Either would suit me fine, but it’s up to the Head Coach where he wants to utilise me.

“Charlton was a good environment and one of the things I learnt from there was how to approach all my training and matches with a professional attitude.

“I was captain at every level, up to the First Team, so that is something I will take with me for the rest of my career.”

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