Gianfranco Zola believes Watford 'deserved' victory against ten-man Wolverhampton Wanderers

Gianfranco Zola felt Watford “deserved” their 2-1 win against ten-man Wolverhampton Wanderers yesterday.

Goals from Nathaniel Chalobah, his first at senior club level, and Troy Deeney ensured the Hornets made it ten points out of 12 during what has so far been an unbeaten November.

“It was good,” said the Hornets head coach. “Although they were playing with ten men, we created a lot of chances and we had good opportunities. It is fair to say they put a lot of pressure on, especially in the last ten minutes but we certainly played a good game and there were spells in the game when we played very good football. Nobody can say it wasn’t a deserved win.”

Zola has been looking for greater consistency from his side and he continued: “The consistency of the results is certainly improving and that is such an important thing in terms of confidence. We just need to carry on and we want to extend this little run longer.”

One of the key turning points in the game came midway through the first half when Wolves centre-half Christophe Berra was sent off after pulling back Deeney and denying what referee Graham Scott adjudged to be a clear goalscoring opportunity.

Asked his view on the red card, Zola said: “I thought that he [Deeney] was fouled but when the referee let our striker take a shot I thought the action was gone, so I was quite surprised to see a red card.”

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9:51am Sun 18 Nov 12

Holly68 says...

We just ned to kill teams off earlier in the game, nerves can't stand the holding on at the end syndrome !

Great to see so many friends (old and new) in the pub and lounge yesterday..... The spirit is back !!

Also need to get another 1500 horns in the door .... Thought wed get at least 14000 yesterday do was little disappointed with 13500 gate, only 11500 horns, rally your friends, if we want a new stand the team can do no more than win ands do it easy on the eye, the floating fans need to come back

All in all great win and interesting weeks ahead
We just ned to kill teams off earlier in the game, nerves can't stand the holding on at the end syndrome ! Great to see so many friends (old and new) in the pub and lounge yesterday..... The spirit is back !! Also need to get another 1500 horns in the door .... Thought wed get at least 14000 yesterday do was little disappointed with 13500 gate, only 11500 horns, rally your friends, if we want a new stand the team can do no more than win ands do it easy on the eye, the floating fans need to come back All in all great win and interesting weeks ahead Holly68

9:54am Sun 18 Nov 12

Holly68 says...

Ps. Abdi and Battochio in for Hogg and Yeates please Mr Z
Ps. Abdi and Battochio in for Hogg and Yeates please Mr Z Holly68

10:13am Sun 18 Nov 12

PhilippineOrn says...

I agree....just bring a friend. How hard can that be.
I agree....just bring a friend. How hard can that be. PhilippineOrn

10:30am Sun 18 Nov 12

Bringe says...

It's time for Zola to start fining midfielders who shoot or miss obvious passes when the forwards are better placed, regardless of if they go on to score .... not only is there more chance of goals but having our strikers doing it has a big impact on their confidence levels and their value.
It's time for Zola to start fining midfielders who shoot or miss obvious passes when the forwards are better placed, regardless of if they go on to score .... not only is there more chance of goals but having our strikers doing it has a big impact on their confidence levels and their value. Bringe

12:02pm Sun 18 Nov 12

lutondown says...

Holly68 wrote:
Ps. Abdi and Battochio in for Hogg and Yeates please Mr Z
Agree on both posts. On the family forty days it's got to be a no brainer to bring along some one else.
I do think Yeates has improved but sometimes refuses to make a pass in favour for a daft attempt at goal.
We were very close on several occasions, and would nice to see us gain a two goal cushion and go for the jugular.
I don't want to criticise selection, as my old mate Buck points out know one knows what goes on behind the scenes but players like Connor Smith should not be thrown on when it's high pressure. I think it's too big an ask at the moment. Having said that Hoban is going to be worth more than Ash Young. Utter class.
[quote][p][bold]Holly68[/bold] wrote: Ps. Abdi and Battochio in for Hogg and Yeates please Mr Z[/p][/quote]Agree on both posts. On the family forty days it's got to be a no brainer to bring along some one else. I do think Yeates has improved but sometimes refuses to make a pass in favour for a daft attempt at goal. We were very close on several occasions, and would nice to see us gain a two goal cushion and go for the jugular. I don't want to criticise selection, as my old mate Buck points out know one knows what goes on behind the scenes but players like Connor Smith should not be thrown on when it's high pressure. I think it's too big an ask at the moment. Having said that Hoban is going to be worth more than Ash Young. Utter class. lutondown

12:05pm Sun 18 Nov 12

lutondown says...

Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.
Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right. lutondown

12:30pm Sun 18 Nov 12

JohnnyBarnes says...

Certainly agree that Abdi and Battocchio need to come in. Hats off to Yeates for trying to adapt to the new system - he's obviously trying to make the best of himself, and on that basis I don't agree that he should be panned as much as he often is on here - but we do have better players in the squad. Might be an element of GZ trying to placate the fans by giving the old guard a chance rather than making wholesale changes, but I don't think there'd be very many complaints from the stands if Yeates was sacked off and Smith was given more time to develop away from the first team.

Yesterday was the best we could've hoped for I think. Whilst it would be nice to kill teams off, the reality of this league is that you don't go to Leeds, win 6-1 and then thump someone else straight away - the Championship's too tight and unpredictable. Very very happy to stumble across the finishing line against a team with a lot of good players in it. Well done boys.
Certainly agree that Abdi and Battocchio need to come in. Hats off to Yeates for trying to adapt to the new system - he's obviously trying to make the best of himself, and on that basis I don't agree that he should be panned as much as he often is on here - but we do have better players in the squad. Might be an element of GZ trying to placate the fans by giving the old guard a chance rather than making wholesale changes, but I don't think there'd be very many complaints from the stands if Yeates was sacked off and Smith was given more time to develop away from the first team. Yesterday was the best we could've hoped for I think. Whilst it would be nice to kill teams off, the reality of this league is that you don't go to Leeds, win 6-1 and then thump someone else straight away - the Championship's too tight and unpredictable. Very very happy to stumble across the finishing line against a team with a lot of good players in it. Well done boys. JohnnyBarnes

1:24pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Travelling Hornet says...

We clearly miss Abdi s calming influence in midfield , Chalobah did very well , back to his best! But he can't do it by himself ,although Yeates had a hand in both goals and the sending off move( Forestieri also) it's the mistakes and wrong decisions at crucial times throughout the match that let him down. Still ,well done!

Our new signing , the Aussie wonder kid, Panos Armenekas ( I'm in acres) tweeted that he was sitting behind the bench for the game, he wrote , come on you Golden Boys and Forza Forestieri .
For those of you that don't know him , Google his name and have a look at what comes back!
This signing is absolouty crazy that Watford , yes our little ol Watford can be thought of as signing someone who is widely regarded as the best youth player in the world ahead of the likes of Barcelona , Real Madrid, Inter Milan ect .
Just shows how far we have come and how high our Harefield academy Is regarded ,that his Dad(who turned down the national Aussie academy) was happy to let him sign for us!!!!

Obviously the Udinese conection helped and I imagine Nani had a big say. It seems he can be very persuasive !

This is the Pozzos strategy of signing young players who could turn into world superstars in action, two or three years down the line ready to step into the team after someone has been sold!
We clearly miss Abdi s calming influence in midfield , Chalobah did very well , back to his best! But he can't do it by himself ,although Yeates had a hand in both goals and the sending off move( Forestieri also) it's the mistakes and wrong decisions at crucial times throughout the match that let him down. Still ,well done! Our new signing , the Aussie wonder kid, Panos Armenekas ( I'm in acres) tweeted that he was sitting behind the bench for the game, he wrote , come on you Golden Boys and Forza Forestieri . For those of you that don't know him , Google his name and have a look at what comes back! This signing is absolouty crazy that Watford , yes our little ol Watford can be thought of as signing someone who is widely regarded as the best youth player in the world ahead of the likes of Barcelona , Real Madrid, Inter Milan ect . Just shows how far we have come and how high our Harefield academy Is regarded ,that his Dad(who turned down the national Aussie academy) was happy to let him sign for us!!!! Obviously the Udinese conection helped and I imagine Nani had a big say. It seems he can be very persuasive ! This is the Pozzos strategy of signing young players who could turn into world superstars in action, two or three years down the line ready to step into the team after someone has been sold! Travelling Hornet

1:24pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Bush Hornet says...

Yes Yeates shouldn't be slated. He's a Watford player who is raising his game. Last week's free kick, and this week's ball into the box for the winner, were class. If he keeps improving then he deserves his place.

Overall, pretty but gritty team display getting the results we deserve. Loving it.
Yes Yeates shouldn't be slated. He's a Watford player who is raising his game. Last week's free kick, and this week's ball into the box for the winner, were class. If he keeps improving then he deserves his place. Overall, pretty but gritty team display getting the results we deserve. Loving it. Bush Hornet

2:32pm Sun 18 Nov 12

aussihornet says...

Travelling Hornet wrote:
We clearly miss Abdi s calming influence in midfield , Chalobah did very well , back to his best! But he can't do it by himself ,although Yeates had a hand in both goals and the sending off move( Forestieri also) it's the mistakes and wrong decisions at crucial times throughout the match that let him down. Still ,well done!

Our new signing , the Aussie wonder kid, Panos Armenekas ( I'm in acres) tweeted that he was sitting behind the bench for the game, he wrote , come on you Golden Boys and Forza Forestieri .
For those of you that don't know him , Google his name and have a look at what comes back!
This signing is absolouty crazy that Watford , yes our little ol Watford can be thought of as signing someone who is widely regarded as the best youth player in the world ahead of the likes of Barcelona , Real Madrid, Inter Milan ect .
Just shows how far we have come and how high our Harefield academy Is regarded ,that his Dad(who turned down the national Aussie academy) was happy to let him sign for us!!!!

Obviously the Udinese conection helped and I imagine Nani had a big say. It seems he can be very persuasive !

This is the Pozzos strategy of signing young players who could turn into world superstars in action, two or three years down the line ready to step into the team after someone has been sold!
I've seen his twitter, he's only made two retweets, not written anything yet. What's his twitter name then man?
[quote][p][bold]Travelling Hornet[/bold] wrote: We clearly miss Abdi s calming influence in midfield , Chalobah did very well , back to his best! But he can't do it by himself ,although Yeates had a hand in both goals and the sending off move( Forestieri also) it's the mistakes and wrong decisions at crucial times throughout the match that let him down. Still ,well done! Our new signing , the Aussie wonder kid, Panos Armenekas ( I'm in acres) tweeted that he was sitting behind the bench for the game, he wrote , come on you Golden Boys and Forza Forestieri . For those of you that don't know him , Google his name and have a look at what comes back! This signing is absolouty crazy that Watford , yes our little ol Watford can be thought of as signing someone who is widely regarded as the best youth player in the world ahead of the likes of Barcelona , Real Madrid, Inter Milan ect . Just shows how far we have come and how high our Harefield academy Is regarded ,that his Dad(who turned down the national Aussie academy) was happy to let him sign for us!!!! Obviously the Udinese conection helped and I imagine Nani had a big say. It seems he can be very persuasive ! This is the Pozzos strategy of signing young players who could turn into world superstars in action, two or three years down the line ready to step into the team after someone has been sold![/p][/quote]I've seen his twitter, he's only made two retweets, not written anything yet. What's his twitter name then man? aussihornet

3:17pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Travelling Hornet says...

aussihornet wrote:
Travelling Hornet wrote: We clearly miss Abdi s calming influence in midfield , Chalobah did very well , back to his best! But he can't do it by himself ,although Yeates had a hand in both goals and the sending off move( Forestieri also) it's the mistakes and wrong decisions at crucial times throughout the match that let him down. Still ,well done! Our new signing , the Aussie wonder kid, Panos Armenekas ( I'm in acres) tweeted that he was sitting behind the bench for the game, he wrote , come on you Golden Boys and Forza Forestieri . For those of you that don't know him , Google his name and have a look at what comes back! This signing is absolouty crazy that Watford , yes our little ol Watford can be thought of as signing someone who is widely regarded as the best youth player in the world ahead of the likes of Barcelona , Real Madrid, Inter Milan ect . Just shows how far we have come and how high our Harefield academy Is regarded ,that his Dad(who turned down the national Aussie academy) was happy to let him sign for us!!!! Obviously the Udinese conection helped and I imagine Nani had a big say. It seems he can be very persuasive ! This is the Pozzos strategy of signing young players who could turn into world superstars in action, two or three years down the line ready to step into the team after someone has been sold!
I've seen his twitter, he's only made two retweets, not written anything yet. What's his twitter name then man?
His name.
[quote][p][bold]aussihornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Travelling Hornet[/bold] wrote: We clearly miss Abdi s calming influence in midfield , Chalobah did very well , back to his best! But he can't do it by himself ,although Yeates had a hand in both goals and the sending off move( Forestieri also) it's the mistakes and wrong decisions at crucial times throughout the match that let him down. Still ,well done! Our new signing , the Aussie wonder kid, Panos Armenekas ( I'm in acres) tweeted that he was sitting behind the bench for the game, he wrote , come on you Golden Boys and Forza Forestieri . For those of you that don't know him , Google his name and have a look at what comes back! This signing is absolouty crazy that Watford , yes our little ol Watford can be thought of as signing someone who is widely regarded as the best youth player in the world ahead of the likes of Barcelona , Real Madrid, Inter Milan ect . Just shows how far we have come and how high our Harefield academy Is regarded ,that his Dad(who turned down the national Aussie academy) was happy to let him sign for us!!!! Obviously the Udinese conection helped and I imagine Nani had a big say. It seems he can be very persuasive ! This is the Pozzos strategy of signing young players who could turn into world superstars in action, two or three years down the line ready to step into the team after someone has been sold![/p][/quote]I've seen his twitter, he's only made two retweets, not written anything yet. What's his twitter name then man?[/p][/quote]His name. Travelling Hornet

3:18pm Sun 18 Nov 12

lutondown says...

Travelling Hornet wrote:
We clearly miss Abdi s calming influence in midfield , Chalobah did very well , back to his best! But he can't do it by himself ,although Yeates had a hand in both goals and the sending off move( Forestieri also) it's the mistakes and wrong decisions at crucial times throughout the match that let him down. Still ,well done!

Our new signing , the Aussie wonder kid, Panos Armenekas ( I'm in acres) tweeted that he was sitting behind the bench for the game, he wrote , come on you Golden Boys and Forza Forestieri .
For those of you that don't know him , Google his name and have a look at what comes back!
This signing is absolouty crazy that Watford , yes our little ol Watford can be thought of as signing someone who is widely regarded as the best youth player in the world ahead of the likes of Barcelona , Real Madrid, Inter Milan ect .
Just shows how far we have come and how high our Harefield academy Is regarded ,that his Dad(who turned down the national Aussie academy) was happy to let him sign for us!!!!

Obviously the Udinese conection helped and I imagine Nani had a big say. It seems he can be very persuasive !

This is the Pozzos strategy of signing young players who could turn into world superstars in action, two or three years down the line ready to step into the team after someone has been sold!
He is very persuasive, the colt in the face usually focuses the mind!
Joking of course .
I think it's exciting times at the Vic, and all this rubbish of people not trusting Nani and Duxberry is unfounded. It was them after all that pointed the Pozzos our way. Thank God.
I honestly think Zola plays Yeates because he sees something there not to placate some of the tools who are anti everything good.
Great signing that wonder kid and shows how far we've come in a very short space of time.
[quote][p][bold]Travelling Hornet[/bold] wrote: We clearly miss Abdi s calming influence in midfield , Chalobah did very well , back to his best! But he can't do it by himself ,although Yeates had a hand in both goals and the sending off move( Forestieri also) it's the mistakes and wrong decisions at crucial times throughout the match that let him down. Still ,well done! Our new signing , the Aussie wonder kid, Panos Armenekas ( I'm in acres) tweeted that he was sitting behind the bench for the game, he wrote , come on you Golden Boys and Forza Forestieri . For those of you that don't know him , Google his name and have a look at what comes back! This signing is absolouty crazy that Watford , yes our little ol Watford can be thought of as signing someone who is widely regarded as the best youth player in the world ahead of the likes of Barcelona , Real Madrid, Inter Milan ect . Just shows how far we have come and how high our Harefield academy Is regarded ,that his Dad(who turned down the national Aussie academy) was happy to let him sign for us!!!! Obviously the Udinese conection helped and I imagine Nani had a big say. It seems he can be very persuasive ! This is the Pozzos strategy of signing young players who could turn into world superstars in action, two or three years down the line ready to step into the team after someone has been sold![/p][/quote]He is very persuasive, the colt in the face usually focuses the mind! Joking of course . I think it's exciting times at the Vic, and all this rubbish of people not trusting Nani and Duxberry is unfounded. It was them after all that pointed the Pozzos our way. Thank God. I honestly think Zola plays Yeates because he sees something there not to placate some of the tools who are anti everything good. Great signing that wonder kid and shows how far we've come in a very short space of time. lutondown

3:18pm Sun 18 Nov 12

DuffmanWFC says...

The future is bright, the future is yellow!
If we sign Abdi, Forestieri, Vydra, Pudil, Geijo, Ekstrand and Neuton on permanent deals by January ill be extremely happy! That with our academy stars of Murray, Smith and Hoban having big contracts is a Pozzo master class!
I just hope some of the drifting fans start coming more as we need regular gates of 15,000+ so we can get the East Stand we so desperately need!
If we can get ourselves right up there in the top 4 by the new year then that can only help get more fans in!
The future is bright, the future is yellow! If we sign Abdi, Forestieri, Vydra, Pudil, Geijo, Ekstrand and Neuton on permanent deals by January ill be extremely happy! That with our academy stars of Murray, Smith and Hoban having big contracts is a Pozzo master class! I just hope some of the drifting fans start coming more as we need regular gates of 15,000+ so we can get the East Stand we so desperately need! If we can get ourselves right up there in the top 4 by the new year then that can only help get more fans in! DuffmanWFC

4:26pm Sun 18 Nov 12

jasonwatford says...

I will not join the YEATS love in...not good enough.....enough said !!!
I will not join the YEATS love in...not good enough.....enough said !!! jasonwatford

4:57pm Sun 18 Nov 12

lutondown says...

jasonwatford wrote:
I will not join the YEATS love in...not good enough.....enough said !!!
It's not the great Irish poet we're talking about Jase. Keep up!
[quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: I will not join the YEATS love in...not good enough.....enough said !!![/p][/quote]It's not the great Irish poet we're talking about Jase. Keep up! lutondown

5:07pm Sun 18 Nov 12

strummerjoe says...

jasonwatford wrote:
I will not join the YEATS love in...not good enough.....enough said !!!
It's not a love-in - just recognition, after all the mindless slagging, that Yeates has raised his game significantly. he didn't do much wrong yesterday (certainly less wrong than Chalobah and Pudil) and he did a lot right. Some 'fans' just have to have a whipping boy or to find something to moan about.
We are winning games with attractive football, the defense has really tightened up, and the owners seem to be the real deal. Just enjoy it.
[quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: I will not join the YEATS love in...not good enough.....enough said !!![/p][/quote]It's not a love-in - just recognition, after all the mindless slagging, that Yeates has raised his game significantly. he didn't do much wrong yesterday (certainly less wrong than Chalobah and Pudil) and he did a lot right. Some 'fans' just have to have a whipping boy or to find something to moan about. We are winning games with attractive football, the defense has really tightened up, and the owners seem to be the real deal. Just enjoy it. strummerjoe

5:09pm Sun 18 Nov 12

mickallen57 says...

Yeats is sadly not up to recent standards.
This team is fast developing into someting we have not seen the likes of before. For me it was hard to pick a man of the match,Gone are the days where one or two stand out.
Yeats is sadly not up to recent standards. This team is fast developing into someting we have not seen the likes of before. For me it was hard to pick a man of the match,Gone are the days where one or two stand out. mickallen57

5:10pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Travelling Hornet says...

lutondown wrote:
Travelling Hornet wrote:
We clearly miss Abdi s calming influence in midfield , Chalobah did very well , back to his best! But he can't do it by himself ,although Yeates had a hand in both goals and the sending off move( Forestieri also) it's the mistakes and wrong decisions at crucial times throughout the match that let him down. Still ,well done!

Our new signing , the Aussie wonder kid, Panos Armenekas ( I'm in acres) tweeted that he was sitting behind the bench for the game, he wrote , come on you Golden Boys and Forza Forestieri .
For those of you that don't know him , Google his name and have a look at what comes back!
This signing is absolouty crazy that Watford , yes our little ol Watford can be thought of as signing someone who is widely regarded as the best youth player in the world ahead of the likes of Barcelona , Real Madrid, Inter Milan ect .
Just shows how far we have come and how high our Harefield academy Is regarded ,that his Dad(who turned down the national Aussie academy) was happy to let him sign for us!!!!

Obviously the Udinese conection helped and I imagine Nani had a big say. It seems he can be very persuasive !

This is the Pozzos strategy of signing young players who could turn into world superstars in action, two or three years down the line ready to step into the team after someone has been sold!
He is very persuasive, the colt in the face usually focuses the mind!
Joking of course .
I think it's exciting times at the Vic, and all this rubbish of people not trusting Nani and Duxberry is unfounded. It was them after all that pointed the Pozzos our way. Thank God.
I honestly think Zola plays Yeates because he sees something there not to placate some of the tools who are anti everything good.
Great signing that wonder kid and shows how far we've come in a very short space of time.
Certainly is exciting me old mate! Despite all our wonderful summer signings
I personally think this is our most important !
i dont think we can underestimate the impact that this lad will make,it shows the footballing world literally,that we have made a statement for the future direction of this club- as if that was in doubt.
I can see this being the first of many top worldwide kids joining the academy, following in the footsteps of young Panos.
With our european links which gives us credibility Harefield is a very attractive proposition for English speaking international starlets.
What were the doom merchants saying about this regime running the academy down?
More like the making of the best academy in the world.
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Travelling Hornet[/bold] wrote: We clearly miss Abdi s calming influence in midfield , Chalobah did very well , back to his best! But he can't do it by himself ,although Yeates had a hand in both goals and the sending off move( Forestieri also) it's the mistakes and wrong decisions at crucial times throughout the match that let him down. Still ,well done! Our new signing , the Aussie wonder kid, Panos Armenekas ( I'm in acres) tweeted that he was sitting behind the bench for the game, he wrote , come on you Golden Boys and Forza Forestieri . For those of you that don't know him , Google his name and have a look at what comes back! This signing is absolouty crazy that Watford , yes our little ol Watford can be thought of as signing someone who is widely regarded as the best youth player in the world ahead of the likes of Barcelona , Real Madrid, Inter Milan ect . Just shows how far we have come and how high our Harefield academy Is regarded ,that his Dad(who turned down the national Aussie academy) was happy to let him sign for us!!!! Obviously the Udinese conection helped and I imagine Nani had a big say. It seems he can be very persuasive ! This is the Pozzos strategy of signing young players who could turn into world superstars in action, two or three years down the line ready to step into the team after someone has been sold![/p][/quote]He is very persuasive, the colt in the face usually focuses the mind! Joking of course . I think it's exciting times at the Vic, and all this rubbish of people not trusting Nani and Duxberry is unfounded. It was them after all that pointed the Pozzos our way. Thank God. I honestly think Zola plays Yeates because he sees something there not to placate some of the tools who are anti everything good. Great signing that wonder kid and shows how far we've come in a very short space of time.[/p][/quote]Certainly is exciting me old mate! Despite all our wonderful summer signings I personally think this is our most important ! i dont think we can underestimate the impact that this lad will make,it shows the footballing world literally,that we have made a statement for the future direction of this club- as if that was in doubt. I can see this being the first of many top worldwide kids joining the academy, following in the footsteps of young Panos. With our european links which gives us credibility Harefield is a very attractive proposition for English speaking international starlets. What were the doom merchants saying about this regime running the academy down? More like the making of the best academy in the world. Travelling Hornet

7:02pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Holly68 says...

Nick Cox Head of Academy is rumoured leaving to take up a post at Sheff Utd.

Sheff Utd have split their Head of Academy role into two, coaching and admin, Nick potentially has the Admin role.

Whether he has jumped or pushed, with Watford now signing international stars the likes of Panos Armenakas, we need someone with more international experience running our academy, as no doubt more special international youngsters to follow.

Cat 1/2/3/4 doesn't matter, investing in players on 5 year deals, signing Panos, our Academy is clearly here to stay regardless of status, let's get right person at the helm
Nick Cox Head of Academy is rumoured leaving to take up a post at Sheff Utd. Sheff Utd have split their Head of Academy role into two, coaching and admin, Nick potentially has the Admin role. Whether he has jumped or pushed, with Watford now signing international stars the likes of Panos Armenakas, we need someone with more international experience running our academy, as no doubt more special international youngsters to follow. Cat 1/2/3/4 doesn't matter, investing in players on 5 year deals, signing Panos, our Academy is clearly here to stay regardless of status, let's get right person at the helm Holly68

7:43pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Hornet73 says...

For anybody who may have any remaining doubts about where Watford FC is today they should access the Udinese website. It is largely translated into English and shows our team in perspective as part of the whole family. There is far more information about our club than shown in either our match programme or in our own website. It is bang up to date and quite awesome.
For anybody who may have any remaining doubts about where Watford FC is today they should access the Udinese website. It is largely translated into English and shows our team in perspective as part of the whole family. There is far more information about our club than shown in either our match programme or in our own website. It is bang up to date and quite awesome. Hornet73

8:05pm Sun 18 Nov 12

tonyevans22 says...

mickallen57 wrote:
Yeats is sadly not up to recent standards.
This team is fast developing into someting we have not seen the likes of before. For me it was hard to pick a man of the match,Gone are the days where one or two stand out.
But he is playing in an Unbeaten side this month,a goal and a excellent assist is just not good enough is it,and he put naff all wrong,and a excellent through ball to create a chance we fluffed,open your eyes man..When Yeates plays we score goals,remember that ball v Birmingham as well for the goal..What was funny that yeates was being barracked by a section when the short corner came to him,he crossed we scored then they sung his name,just shows what pillock of supporters we have at times,you couldn't make it up at times.
[quote][p][bold]mickallen57[/bold] wrote: Yeats is sadly not up to recent standards. This team is fast developing into someting we have not seen the likes of before. For me it was hard to pick a man of the match,Gone are the days where one or two stand out.[/p][/quote]But he is playing in an Unbeaten side this month,a goal and a excellent assist is just not good enough is it,and he put naff all wrong,and a excellent through ball to create a chance we fluffed,open your eyes man..When Yeates plays we score goals,remember that ball v Birmingham as well for the goal..What was funny that yeates was being barracked by a section when the short corner came to him,he crossed we scored then they sung his name,just shows what pillock of supporters we have at times,you couldn't make it up at times. tonyevans22

8:25pm Sun 18 Nov 12

lutondown says...

tonyevans22 wrote:
mickallen57 wrote:
Yeats is sadly not up to recent standards.
This team is fast developing into someting we have not seen the likes of before. For me it was hard to pick a man of the match,Gone are the days where one or two stand out.
But he is playing in an Unbeaten side this month,a goal and a excellent assist is just not good enough is it,and he put naff all wrong,and a excellent through ball to create a chance we fluffed,open your eyes man..When Yeates plays we score goals,remember that ball v Birmingham as well for the goal..What was funny that yeates was being barracked by a section when the short corner came to him,he crossed we scored then they sung his name,just shows what pillock of supporters we have at times,you couldn't make it up at times.
One thing for sure no matter what your opinion Is of a player, and we all have them, no way should that manifest on match days at the game, We are there after all to support anything less is not being a true supporter.
Strange that!
[quote][p][bold]tonyevans22[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickallen57[/bold] wrote: Yeats is sadly not up to recent standards. This team is fast developing into someting we have not seen the likes of before. For me it was hard to pick a man of the match,Gone are the days where one or two stand out.[/p][/quote]But he is playing in an Unbeaten side this month,a goal and a excellent assist is just not good enough is it,and he put naff all wrong,and a excellent through ball to create a chance we fluffed,open your eyes man..When Yeates plays we score goals,remember that ball v Birmingham as well for the goal..What was funny that yeates was being barracked by a section when the short corner came to him,he crossed we scored then they sung his name,just shows what pillock of supporters we have at times,you couldn't make it up at times.[/p][/quote]One thing for sure no matter what your opinion Is of a player, and we all have them, no way should that manifest on match days at the game, We are there after all to support anything less is not being a true supporter. Strange that! lutondown

10:54pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Holly68 says...

Hornet73 wrote:
For anybody who may have any remaining doubts about where Watford FC is today they should access the Udinese website. It is largely translated into English and shows our team in perspective as part of the whole family. There is far more information about our club than shown in either our match programme or in our own website. It is bang up to date and quite awesome.
Can you post the link or send it me on twitter @Holly68Paul
[quote][p][bold]Hornet73[/bold] wrote: For anybody who may have any remaining doubts about where Watford FC is today they should access the Udinese website. It is largely translated into English and shows our team in perspective as part of the whole family. There is far more information about our club than shown in either our match programme or in our own website. It is bang up to date and quite awesome.[/p][/quote]Can you post the link or send it me on twitter @Holly68Paul Holly68

11:11pm Sun 18 Nov 12

sherlock65 says...

Travelling Hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Travelling Hornet wrote:
We clearly miss Abdi s calming influence in midfield , Chalobah did very well , back to his best! But he can't do it by himself ,although Yeates had a hand in both goals and the sending off move( Forestieri also) it's the mistakes and wrong decisions at crucial times throughout the match that let him down. Still ,well done!

Our new signing , the Aussie wonder kid, Panos Armenekas ( I'm in acres) tweeted that he was sitting behind the bench for the game, he wrote , come on you Golden Boys and Forza Forestieri .
For those of you that don't know him , Google his name and have a look at what comes back!
This signing is absolouty crazy that Watford , yes our little ol Watford can be thought of as signing someone who is widely regarded as the best youth player in the world ahead of the likes of Barcelona , Real Madrid, Inter Milan ect .
Just shows how far we have come and how high our Harefield academy Is regarded ,that his Dad(who turned down the national Aussie academy) was happy to let him sign for us!!!!

Obviously the Udinese conection helped and I imagine Nani had a big say. It seems he can be very persuasive !

This is the Pozzos strategy of signing young players who could turn into world superstars in action, two or three years down the line ready to step into the team after someone has been sold!
He is very persuasive, the colt in the face usually focuses the mind!
Joking of course .
I think it's exciting times at the Vic, and all this rubbish of people not trusting Nani and Duxberry is unfounded. It was them after all that pointed the Pozzos our way. Thank God.
I honestly think Zola plays Yeates because he sees something there not to placate some of the tools who are anti everything good.
Great signing that wonder kid and shows how far we've come in a very short space of time.
Certainly is exciting me old mate! Despite all our wonderful summer signings
I personally think this is our most important !
i dont think we can underestimate the impact that this lad will make,it shows the footballing world literally,that we have made a statement for the future direction of this club- as if that was in doubt.
I can see this being the first of many top worldwide kids joining the academy, following in the footsteps of young Panos.
With our european links which gives us credibility Harefield is a very attractive proposition for English speaking international starlets.
What were the doom merchants saying about this regime running the academy down?
More like the making of the best academy in the world.
Not only English speaking! If I were the parent of a "wonderkid" from Europe or South America, I think I'd like the idea of my child studying, and learning English, in a place near London, all while learning also to be a good player, with people known for being good in making players "grow well".
Probably Pozzo's scouting newtork already had in past similar wonderkids under eye, but offering them an English college is different from offering transfer to a relatively unattractive town in North-East Italy (having to learn Italian), so no chance.
The sinergy between Pozzo's scouts and Harefield Academy can be something really good.
[quote][p][bold]Travelling Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Travelling Hornet[/bold] wrote: We clearly miss Abdi s calming influence in midfield , Chalobah did very well , back to his best! But he can't do it by himself ,although Yeates had a hand in both goals and the sending off move( Forestieri also) it's the mistakes and wrong decisions at crucial times throughout the match that let him down. Still ,well done! Our new signing , the Aussie wonder kid, Panos Armenekas ( I'm in acres) tweeted that he was sitting behind the bench for the game, he wrote , come on you Golden Boys and Forza Forestieri . For those of you that don't know him , Google his name and have a look at what comes back! This signing is absolouty crazy that Watford , yes our little ol Watford can be thought of as signing someone who is widely regarded as the best youth player in the world ahead of the likes of Barcelona , Real Madrid, Inter Milan ect . Just shows how far we have come and how high our Harefield academy Is regarded ,that his Dad(who turned down the national Aussie academy) was happy to let him sign for us!!!! Obviously the Udinese conection helped and I imagine Nani had a big say. It seems he can be very persuasive ! This is the Pozzos strategy of signing young players who could turn into world superstars in action, two or three years down the line ready to step into the team after someone has been sold![/p][/quote]He is very persuasive, the colt in the face usually focuses the mind! Joking of course . I think it's exciting times at the Vic, and all this rubbish of people not trusting Nani and Duxberry is unfounded. It was them after all that pointed the Pozzos our way. Thank God. I honestly think Zola plays Yeates because he sees something there not to placate some of the tools who are anti everything good. Great signing that wonder kid and shows how far we've come in a very short space of time.[/p][/quote]Certainly is exciting me old mate! Despite all our wonderful summer signings I personally think this is our most important ! i dont think we can underestimate the impact that this lad will make,it shows the footballing world literally,that we have made a statement for the future direction of this club- as if that was in doubt. I can see this being the first of many top worldwide kids joining the academy, following in the footsteps of young Panos. With our european links which gives us credibility Harefield is a very attractive proposition for English speaking international starlets. What were the doom merchants saying about this regime running the academy down? More like the making of the best academy in the world.[/p][/quote]Not only English speaking! If I were the parent of a "wonderkid" from Europe or South America, I think I'd like the idea of my child studying, and learning English, in a place near London, all while learning also to be a good player, with people known for being good in making players "grow well". Probably Pozzo's scouting newtork already had in past similar wonderkids under eye, but offering them an English college is different from offering transfer to a relatively unattractive town in North-East Italy (having to learn Italian), so no chance. The sinergy between Pozzo's scouts and Harefield Academy can be something really good. sherlock65

11:15pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Hornet73 says...

It never ceases to amaze me to witness the vitriol poured by our own so called supporters on our own players not only in these posts but also more sadly at the ground in a match. Loach was a very sad instance of this. He fell from the exalted position of being an international and worth several million pounds to not even getting on the bench at Ipswich and of no real value. Undoubtedly a major factor in this was that when he made a number of mistakes and lost his confidence, instead of encouraging him he was openly barracked by some of our supporters. This in fact destroyed him to such an extent that the club was forced to tranfer him without a fee and now he seems unable to regain his former form.

All supporters are free to have their opinions on how any player played on a particular day but they should not systematically seek to destroy a player and lead to him having to lose his place in the team. We now know well that if Gianfranco Zola has selected a player that will have been for his own good reason which we may not always appreciate but, as such our team's jersey is being worn. Could we please desist from barracking our own players in future and apply all our energies in supporting this wonderful talented team whom we are privileged to watch.
It never ceases to amaze me to witness the vitriol poured by our own so called supporters on our own players not only in these posts but also more sadly at the ground in a match. Loach was a very sad instance of this. He fell from the exalted position of being an international and worth several million pounds to not even getting on the bench at Ipswich and of no real value. Undoubtedly a major factor in this was that when he made a number of mistakes and lost his confidence, instead of encouraging him he was openly barracked by some of our supporters. This in fact destroyed him to such an extent that the club was forced to tranfer him without a fee and now he seems unable to regain his former form. All supporters are free to have their opinions on how any player played on a particular day but they should not systematically seek to destroy a player and lead to him having to lose his place in the team. We now know well that if Gianfranco Zola has selected a player that will have been for his own good reason which we may not always appreciate but, as such our team's jersey is being worn. Could we please desist from barracking our own players in future and apply all our energies in supporting this wonderful talented team whom we are privileged to watch. Hornet73

11:57pm Sun 18 Nov 12

Poppet Bear says...

I just dream for a bit of consistency from now until the end of the season.
I just dream for a bit of consistency from now until the end of the season. Poppet Bear

12:59am Mon 19 Nov 12

PhilippineOrn says...

No TRUE supporter would ever barrack any of their own players during the game. It's collectively the most sickening thing I have ever seen at the Vic in some 35 years.

Every player has good and bad games and every supporter is entitled to his opinion but reserve it for the pub afterwards. Players are humans too with human feelings...how can you expect booing and moaning not to affect their on-pitch performance. You are just exacerbating the situation making them play worse (as was perfectly illustrated with Loach). It mirrors the treatment Nigel Callaghan received.

Mooney was never a 'gifted' player but he played above his abilities because of the extra support he received being the fan's favourite at the time.

I know we need the bums on seats if ever we are going to get the East Stand, but truthfully, 11,400 genuine fans are worth more than 11,500 with 100 booers. The extra revenue is not worth demoralising individual players and, by extension, the whole team.
No TRUE supporter would ever barrack any of their own players during the game. It's collectively the most sickening thing I have ever seen at the Vic in some 35 years. Every player has good and bad games and every supporter is entitled to his opinion but reserve it for the pub afterwards. Players are humans too with human feelings...how can you expect booing and moaning not to affect their on-pitch performance. You are just exacerbating the situation making them play worse (as was perfectly illustrated with Loach). It mirrors the treatment Nigel Callaghan received. Mooney was never a 'gifted' player but he played above his abilities because of the extra support he received being the fan's favourite at the time. I know we need the bums on seats if ever we are going to get the East Stand, but truthfully, 11,400 genuine fans are worth more than 11,500 with 100 booers. The extra revenue is not worth demoralising individual players and, by extension, the whole team. PhilippineOrn

8:21am Mon 19 Nov 12

JohnnyHornet says...

Bush Hornet wrote:
Yes Yeates shouldn't be slated. He's a Watford player who is raising his game. Last week's free kick, and this week's ball into the box for the winner, were class. If he keeps improving then he deserves his place.

Overall, pretty but gritty team display getting the results we deserve. Loving it.
One of the biggest problems with Yeates is his ability to be consistent, His decisions and first passes are often the wrong ones but he can cross a peach of a ball but not often enough, but fair play if he's working his cods off for the team.
[quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: Yes Yeates shouldn't be slated. He's a Watford player who is raising his game. Last week's free kick, and this week's ball into the box for the winner, were class. If he keeps improving then he deserves his place. Overall, pretty but gritty team display getting the results we deserve. Loving it.[/p][/quote]One of the biggest problems with Yeates is his ability to be consistent, His decisions and first passes are often the wrong ones but he can cross a peach of a ball but not often enough, but fair play if he's working his cods off for the team. JohnnyHornet

8:35am Mon 19 Nov 12

WatfordTalk says...

Hornet73 wrote:
For anybody who may have any remaining doubts about where Watford FC is today they should access the Udinese website. It is largely translated into English and shows our team in perspective as part of the whole family. There is far more information about our club than shown in either our match programme or in our own website. It is bang up to date and quite awesome.
I like how at the top of the page you can translate to Italian, English and Spanish. That's not just a coincidence that's those are the nations of the Pozzo clubs, right?
[quote][p][bold]Hornet73[/bold] wrote: For anybody who may have any remaining doubts about where Watford FC is today they should access the Udinese website. It is largely translated into English and shows our team in perspective as part of the whole family. There is far more information about our club than shown in either our match programme or in our own website. It is bang up to date and quite awesome.[/p][/quote]I like how at the top of the page you can translate to Italian, English and Spanish. That's not just a coincidence that's those are the nations of the Pozzo clubs, right? WatfordTalk

8:42am Mon 19 Nov 12

sceptic says...

Yes booing one's own players stinks but it isn't a new thing.
My Dad started taking me to Watford in the 1946/47 season and as a 9 year old I didn't understand why some of the crowd were booing a Watford player.Dad explained that the centre forward (Len Dunderdale) had been a good player before the war but had lost it in the lost 6 seasons.They were obviously as braindead then as some people still are.Football changes but the people on the terraces dont apparently.
Yes booing one's own players stinks but it isn't a new thing. My Dad started taking me to Watford in the 1946/47 season and as a 9 year old I didn't understand why some of the crowd were booing a Watford player.Dad explained that the centre forward (Len Dunderdale) had been a good player before the war but had lost it in the lost 6 seasons.They were obviously as braindead then as some people still are.Football changes but the people on the terraces dont apparently. sceptic

8:45am Mon 19 Nov 12

Alexander Hilcroft says...

Hornet73 wrote:
It never ceases to amaze me to witness the vitriol poured by our own so called supporters on our own players not only in these posts but also more sadly at the ground in a match. Loach was a very sad instance of this. He fell from the exalted position of being an international and worth several million pounds to not even getting on the bench at Ipswich and of no real value. Undoubtedly a major factor in this was that when he made a number of mistakes and lost his confidence, instead of encouraging him he was openly barracked by some of our supporters. This in fact destroyed him to such an extent that the club was forced to tranfer him without a fee and now he seems unable to regain his former form.

All supporters are free to have their opinions on how any player played on a particular day but they should not systematically seek to destroy a player and lead to him having to lose his place in the team. We now know well that if Gianfranco Zola has selected a player that will have been for his own good reason which we may not always appreciate but, as such our team's jersey is being worn. Could we please desist from barracking our own players in future and apply all our energies in supporting this wonderful talented team whom we are privileged to watch.
Lol
[quote][p][bold]Hornet73[/bold] wrote: It never ceases to amaze me to witness the vitriol poured by our own so called supporters on our own players not only in these posts but also more sadly at the ground in a match. Loach was a very sad instance of this. He fell from the exalted position of being an international and worth several million pounds to not even getting on the bench at Ipswich and of no real value. Undoubtedly a major factor in this was that when he made a number of mistakes and lost his confidence, instead of encouraging him he was openly barracked by some of our supporters. This in fact destroyed him to such an extent that the club was forced to tranfer him without a fee and now he seems unable to regain his former form. All supporters are free to have their opinions on how any player played on a particular day but they should not systematically seek to destroy a player and lead to him having to lose his place in the team. We now know well that if Gianfranco Zola has selected a player that will have been for his own good reason which we may not always appreciate but, as such our team's jersey is being worn. Could we please desist from barracking our own players in future and apply all our energies in supporting this wonderful talented team whom we are privileged to watch.[/p][/quote]Lol Alexander Hilcroft

10:29am Mon 19 Nov 12

KeithMercer says...

Alexander Hilcroft wrote:
Hornet73 wrote:
It never ceases to amaze me to witness the vitriol poured by our own so called supporters on our own players not only in these posts but also more sadly at the ground in a match. Loach was a very sad instance of this. He fell from the exalted position of being an international and worth several million pounds to not even getting on the bench at Ipswich and of no real value. Undoubtedly a major factor in this was that when he made a number of mistakes and lost his confidence, instead of encouraging him he was openly barracked by some of our supporters. This in fact destroyed him to such an extent that the club was forced to tranfer him without a fee and now he seems unable to regain his former form.

All supporters are free to have their opinions on how any player played on a particular day but they should not systematically seek to destroy a player and lead to him having to lose his place in the team. We now know well that if Gianfranco Zola has selected a player that will have been for his own good reason which we may not always appreciate but, as such our team's jersey is being worn. Could we please desist from barracking our own players in future and apply all our energies in supporting this wonderful talented team whom we are privileged to watch.
Lol
I agree with most of this quote and have certainly not ever booed or barracked one of Watford FC whilst at the ground.
However after the match I am afraid they are fair game ! and I will have my opinion wether it be in the pub or on forums like this.
And in my opinion yes Yeates has made a few contributions over the past few weeks and fair play for that, but I would much prefer to be shot of him as soon as possible as down the line he will cost us like he did at Cardiff. He has a very high opinion of his own abilities ,is selfish and quick to aportion blame to others but never aknowledge his own shortcomings.
If this was last season then I would be prepared to suffer him a bit longer. But this is now and we have plenty to take his place and he is just causing selection problems without ever really grabbing the shirt and making it difficult to take off him.Look at the amount of clubs he has been at and failed at all of them , its no coincidence . Hope he proves me to be a complete muppet !! but would rather not take the chance.
(please excuse spelling but in a bit of a rush).
[quote][p][bold]Alexander Hilcroft[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hornet73[/bold] wrote: It never ceases to amaze me to witness the vitriol poured by our own so called supporters on our own players not only in these posts but also more sadly at the ground in a match. Loach was a very sad instance of this. He fell from the exalted position of being an international and worth several million pounds to not even getting on the bench at Ipswich and of no real value. Undoubtedly a major factor in this was that when he made a number of mistakes and lost his confidence, instead of encouraging him he was openly barracked by some of our supporters. This in fact destroyed him to such an extent that the club was forced to tranfer him without a fee and now he seems unable to regain his former form. All supporters are free to have their opinions on how any player played on a particular day but they should not systematically seek to destroy a player and lead to him having to lose his place in the team. We now know well that if Gianfranco Zola has selected a player that will have been for his own good reason which we may not always appreciate but, as such our team's jersey is being worn. Could we please desist from barracking our own players in future and apply all our energies in supporting this wonderful talented team whom we are privileged to watch.[/p][/quote]Lol[/p][/quote]I agree with most of this quote and have certainly not ever booed or barracked one of Watford FC whilst at the ground. However after the match I am afraid they are fair game ! and I will have my opinion wether it be in the pub or on forums like this. And in my opinion yes Yeates has made a few contributions over the past few weeks and fair play for that, but I would much prefer to be shot of him as soon as possible as down the line he will cost us like he did at Cardiff. He has a very high opinion of his own abilities ,is selfish and quick to aportion blame to others but never aknowledge his own shortcomings. If this was last season then I would be prepared to suffer him a bit longer. But this is now and we have plenty to take his place and he is just causing selection problems without ever really grabbing the shirt and making it difficult to take off him.Look at the amount of clubs he has been at and failed at all of them , its no coincidence . Hope he proves me to be a complete muppet !! but would rather not take the chance. (please excuse spelling but in a bit of a rush). KeithMercer

3:11pm Mon 19 Nov 12

francowatford says...

Go check out Panos Armenekas, it look's we have signed a massive talent. You never know, he may get a run out in May next year, a bit like when Rooney made his debut. :)

PS: did any else see the ghost goal in the second when the keeper dropped the ball into the net??
Go check out Panos Armenekas, it look's we have signed a massive talent. You never know, he may get a run out in May next year, a bit like when Rooney made his debut. :) PS: did any else see the ghost goal in the second when the keeper dropped the ball into the net?? francowatford

4:44pm Mon 19 Nov 12

akureyri says...

Panos Armenekas, if he signs, is Australian so learning english will not be a priority, getting him to speak it properly might be though.
Panos Armenekas, if he signs, is Australian so learning english will not be a priority, getting him to speak it properly might be though. akureyri

4:47pm Mon 19 Nov 12

lutondown says...

akureyri wrote:
Panos Armenekas, if he signs, is Australian so learning english will not be a priority, getting him to speak it properly might be though.
He's signed has he not?
And Franco, we thought it was in!
[quote][p][bold]akureyri[/bold] wrote: Panos Armenekas, if he signs, is Australian so learning english will not be a priority, getting him to speak it properly might be though.[/p][/quote]He's signed has he not? And Franco, we thought it was in! lutondown

7:00pm Mon 19 Nov 12

GianlucaVialli the better italian says...

lutondown wrote:
Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.
The main issue I have with Nando is that he actually believes he is Lionel Messi. He tries to dribble like Messi, score cheeky goals like Messi, stand on the ball and control the game like Messi, and even going as far as to look like Messi with his hair and baggy top. The problem is - he isn't Messi!
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.[/p][/quote]The main issue I have with Nando is that he actually believes he is Lionel Messi. He tries to dribble like Messi, score cheeky goals like Messi, stand on the ball and control the game like Messi, and even going as far as to look like Messi with his hair and baggy top. The problem is - he isn't Messi! GianlucaVialli the better italian

7:07pm Mon 19 Nov 12

lutondown says...

GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.
The main issue I have with Nando is that he actually believes he is Lionel Messi. He tries to dribble like Messi, score cheeky goals like Messi, stand on the ball and control the game like Messi, and even going as far as to look like Messi with his hair and baggy top. The problem is - he isn't Messi!
And you ain't Vialli. Now how's that revolution going against my so called minions?
[quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.[/p][/quote]The main issue I have with Nando is that he actually believes he is Lionel Messi. He tries to dribble like Messi, score cheeky goals like Messi, stand on the ball and control the game like Messi, and even going as far as to look like Messi with his hair and baggy top. The problem is - he isn't Messi![/p][/quote]And you ain't Vialli. Now how's that revolution going against my so called minions? lutondown

7:41pm Mon 19 Nov 12

GianlucaVialli the better italian says...

lutondown wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.
The main issue I have with Nando is that he actually believes he is Lionel Messi. He tries to dribble like Messi, score cheeky goals like Messi, stand on the ball and control the game like Messi, and even going as far as to look like Messi with his hair and baggy top. The problem is - he isn't Messi!
And you ain't Vialli. Now how's that revolution going against my so called minions?
I'm stirring the revolution amongst the lower level commenters and we will rise up against you oppressive rulers of the WO, forming a fairer and more just comment page where true Watford fans are free to speak their minds without fear.
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.[/p][/quote]The main issue I have with Nando is that he actually believes he is Lionel Messi. He tries to dribble like Messi, score cheeky goals like Messi, stand on the ball and control the game like Messi, and even going as far as to look like Messi with his hair and baggy top. The problem is - he isn't Messi![/p][/quote]And you ain't Vialli. Now how's that revolution going against my so called minions?[/p][/quote]I'm stirring the revolution amongst the lower level commenters and we will rise up against you oppressive rulers of the WO, forming a fairer and more just comment page where true Watford fans are free to speak their minds without fear. GianlucaVialli the better italian

7:44pm Mon 19 Nov 12

KeithMercer says...

Don Down,
let me know what you wanna do with this Vialli Shmuck ? Furio is on standby !
We can take him for a long walk in the Whippendell Forest ? or we can take him down to Ramsgate to meet some fishes !!
Just let me know LD
Consider it done Boss !!

:-)
Don Down, let me know what you wanna do with this Vialli Shmuck ? Furio is on standby ! We can take him for a long walk in the Whippendell Forest ? or we can take him down to Ramsgate to meet some fishes !! Just let me know LD Consider it done Boss !! :-) KeithMercer

7:54pm Mon 19 Nov 12

lutondown says...

GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.
The main issue I have with Nando is that he actually believes he is Lionel Messi. He tries to dribble like Messi, score cheeky goals like Messi, stand on the ball and control the game like Messi, and even going as far as to look like Messi with his hair and baggy top. The problem is - he isn't Messi!
And you ain't Vialli. Now how's that revolution going against my so called minions?
I'm stirring the revolution amongst the lower level commenters and we will rise up against you oppressive rulers of the WO, forming a fairer and more just comment page where true Watford fans are free to speak their minds without fear.
Jesus are you for real?
Anyway your revolution is doomed for failure because your ilk only come out when we lose to gloat. True fans, no, numpties.
Dyches gone, get over it.
[quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.[/p][/quote]The main issue I have with Nando is that he actually believes he is Lionel Messi. He tries to dribble like Messi, score cheeky goals like Messi, stand on the ball and control the game like Messi, and even going as far as to look like Messi with his hair and baggy top. The problem is - he isn't Messi![/p][/quote]And you ain't Vialli. Now how's that revolution going against my so called minions?[/p][/quote]I'm stirring the revolution amongst the lower level commenters and we will rise up against you oppressive rulers of the WO, forming a fairer and more just comment page where true Watford fans are free to speak their minds without fear.[/p][/quote]Jesus are you for real? Anyway your revolution is doomed for failure because your ilk only come out when we lose to gloat. True fans, no, numpties. Dyches gone, get over it. lutondown

8:07pm Mon 19 Nov 12

GianlucaVialli the better italian says...

lutondown wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.
The main issue I have with Nando is that he actually believes he is Lionel Messi. He tries to dribble like Messi, score cheeky goals like Messi, stand on the ball and control the game like Messi, and even going as far as to look like Messi with his hair and baggy top. The problem is - he isn't Messi!
And you ain't Vialli. Now how's that revolution going against my so called minions?
I'm stirring the revolution amongst the lower level commenters and we will rise up against you oppressive rulers of the WO, forming a fairer and more just comment page where true Watford fans are free to speak their minds without fear.
Jesus are you for real?
Anyway your revolution is doomed for failure because your ilk only come out when we lose to gloat. True fans, no, numpties.
Dyches gone, get over it.
Only come out when we lose? I was in Cardiff on 21st May 2006 and I don't recall a Leeds victory.
Why don't you take a trip down to Kenilworth Road I'm sure they'll welcome you with open arms.
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.[/p][/quote]The main issue I have with Nando is that he actually believes he is Lionel Messi. He tries to dribble like Messi, score cheeky goals like Messi, stand on the ball and control the game like Messi, and even going as far as to look like Messi with his hair and baggy top. The problem is - he isn't Messi![/p][/quote]And you ain't Vialli. Now how's that revolution going against my so called minions?[/p][/quote]I'm stirring the revolution amongst the lower level commenters and we will rise up against you oppressive rulers of the WO, forming a fairer and more just comment page where true Watford fans are free to speak their minds without fear.[/p][/quote]Jesus are you for real? Anyway your revolution is doomed for failure because your ilk only come out when we lose to gloat. True fans, no, numpties. Dyches gone, get over it.[/p][/quote]Only come out when we lose? I was in Cardiff on 21st May 2006 and I don't recall a Leeds victory. Why don't you take a trip down to Kenilworth Road I'm sure they'll welcome you with open arms. GianlucaVialli the better italian

8:17pm Mon 19 Nov 12

lutondown says...

GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.
The main issue I have with Nando is that he actually believes he is Lionel Messi. He tries to dribble like Messi, score cheeky goals like Messi, stand on the ball and control the game like Messi, and even going as far as to look like Messi with his hair and baggy top. The problem is - he isn't Messi!
And you ain't Vialli. Now how's that revolution going against my so called minions?
I'm stirring the revolution amongst the lower level commenters and we will rise up against you oppressive rulers of the WO, forming a fairer and more just comment page where true Watford fans are free to speak their minds without fear.
Jesus are you for real?
Anyway your revolution is doomed for failure because your ilk only come out when we lose to gloat. True fans, no, numpties.
Dyches gone, get over it.
Only come out when we lose? I was in Cardiff on 21st May 2006 and I don't recall a Leeds victory.
Why don't you take a trip down to Kenilworth Road I'm sure they'll welcome you with open arms.
Well that's prolific support, you went to Leeds in 06. You going to Blackpool?
Why don't you take a hike?
Anyway can't be conversing with faceless keyboard warriors, I've passed that stage. Enjoy your fruitless revolution. Gianluca Rasputin
[quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.[/p][/quote]The main issue I have with Nando is that he actually believes he is Lionel Messi. He tries to dribble like Messi, score cheeky goals like Messi, stand on the ball and control the game like Messi, and even going as far as to look like Messi with his hair and baggy top. The problem is - he isn't Messi![/p][/quote]And you ain't Vialli. Now how's that revolution going against my so called minions?[/p][/quote]I'm stirring the revolution amongst the lower level commenters and we will rise up against you oppressive rulers of the WO, forming a fairer and more just comment page where true Watford fans are free to speak their minds without fear.[/p][/quote]Jesus are you for real? Anyway your revolution is doomed for failure because your ilk only come out when we lose to gloat. True fans, no, numpties. Dyches gone, get over it.[/p][/quote]Only come out when we lose? I was in Cardiff on 21st May 2006 and I don't recall a Leeds victory. Why don't you take a trip down to Kenilworth Road I'm sure they'll welcome you with open arms.[/p][/quote]Well that's prolific support, you went to Leeds in 06. You going to Blackpool? Why don't you take a hike? Anyway can't be conversing with faceless keyboard warriors, I've passed that stage. Enjoy your fruitless revolution. Gianluca Rasputin lutondown

8:40pm Mon 19 Nov 12

GianlucaVialli the better italian says...

lutondown wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.
The main issue I have with Nando is that he actually believes he is Lionel Messi. He tries to dribble like Messi, score cheeky goals like Messi, stand on the ball and control the game like Messi, and even going as far as to look like Messi with his hair and baggy top. The problem is - he isn't Messi!
And you ain't Vialli. Now how's that revolution going against my so called minions?
I'm stirring the revolution amongst the lower level commenters and we will rise up against you oppressive rulers of the WO, forming a fairer and more just comment page where true Watford fans are free to speak their minds without fear.
Jesus are you for real?
Anyway your revolution is doomed for failure because your ilk only come out when we lose to gloat. True fans, no, numpties.
Dyches gone, get over it.
Only come out when we lose? I was in Cardiff on 21st May 2006 and I don't recall a Leeds victory.
Why don't you take a trip down to Kenilworth Road I'm sure they'll welcome you with open arms.
Well that's prolific support, you went to Leeds in 06. You going to Blackpool?
Why don't you take a hike?
Anyway can't be conversing with faceless keyboard warriors, I've passed that stage. Enjoy your fruitless revolution. Gianluca Rasputin
Nah not going I don't fancy a trip to the seaside in November.
Faceless keyboard warrior? How bout next home game you have a wander round the rookery trying to find me.
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.[/p][/quote]The main issue I have with Nando is that he actually believes he is Lionel Messi. He tries to dribble like Messi, score cheeky goals like Messi, stand on the ball and control the game like Messi, and even going as far as to look like Messi with his hair and baggy top. The problem is - he isn't Messi![/p][/quote]And you ain't Vialli. Now how's that revolution going against my so called minions?[/p][/quote]I'm stirring the revolution amongst the lower level commenters and we will rise up against you oppressive rulers of the WO, forming a fairer and more just comment page where true Watford fans are free to speak their minds without fear.[/p][/quote]Jesus are you for real? Anyway your revolution is doomed for failure because your ilk only come out when we lose to gloat. True fans, no, numpties. Dyches gone, get over it.[/p][/quote]Only come out when we lose? I was in Cardiff on 21st May 2006 and I don't recall a Leeds victory. Why don't you take a trip down to Kenilworth Road I'm sure they'll welcome you with open arms.[/p][/quote]Well that's prolific support, you went to Leeds in 06. You going to Blackpool? Why don't you take a hike? Anyway can't be conversing with faceless keyboard warriors, I've passed that stage. Enjoy your fruitless revolution. Gianluca Rasputin[/p][/quote]Nah not going I don't fancy a trip to the seaside in November. Faceless keyboard warrior? How bout next home game you have a wander round the rookery trying to find me. GianlucaVialli the better italian

8:43pm Mon 19 Nov 12

lutondown says...

Look mate I'm in red lion. Not hard to find. See you there
Look mate I'm in red lion. Not hard to find. See you there lutondown

8:46pm Mon 19 Nov 12

GianlucaVialli the better italian says...

I'll see you there pal. Mines a cold lager. COYH!
I'll see you there pal. Mines a cold lager. COYH! GianlucaVialli the better italian

8:46pm Mon 19 Nov 12

GianlucaVialli the better italian says...

I'll see you there pal. Mines a cold lager. COYH!
I'll see you there pal. Mines a cold lager. COYH! GianlucaVialli the better italian

8:58pm Mon 19 Nov 12

lutondown says...

GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
I'll see you there pal. Mines a cold lager. COYH!
I'm looking very forward to it. You have my details
[quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: I'll see you there pal. Mines a cold lager. COYH![/p][/quote]I'm looking very forward to it. You have my details lutondown

12:16pm Tue 20 Nov 12

ORBY says...

GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.
The main issue I have with Nando is that he actually believes he is Lionel Messi. He tries to dribble like Messi, score cheeky goals like Messi, stand on the ball and control the game like Messi, and even going as far as to look like Messi with his hair and baggy top. The problem is - he isn't Messi!
And you ain't Vialli. Now how's that revolution going against my so called minions?
I'm stirring the revolution amongst the lower level commenters and we will rise up against you oppressive rulers of the WO, forming a fairer and more just comment page where true Watford fans are free to speak their minds without fear.
Jesus are you for real?
Anyway your revolution is doomed for failure because your ilk only come out when we lose to gloat. True fans, no, numpties.
Dyches gone, get over it.
Only come out when we lose? I was in Cardiff on 21st May 2006 and I don't recall a Leeds victory.
Why don't you take a trip down to Kenilworth Road I'm sure they'll welcome you with open arms.
I was in Cardiff that day and just walking up the steps into the stadium and witnessing that sea of yellow was breathtaking and the result crowned a perfect day. But a few Leeds fans offered congratulations but the main supporters only offered abuse and the fact we couldn't sell all our allocation of tickets. But the result last week was fantastic. Wolves was a different kettle of fish and we had to dig deep to get a result and the cross by Yeates was a cracker for Deeney.
[quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.[/p][/quote]The main issue I have with Nando is that he actually believes he is Lionel Messi. He tries to dribble like Messi, score cheeky goals like Messi, stand on the ball and control the game like Messi, and even going as far as to look like Messi with his hair and baggy top. The problem is - he isn't Messi![/p][/quote]And you ain't Vialli. Now how's that revolution going against my so called minions?[/p][/quote]I'm stirring the revolution amongst the lower level commenters and we will rise up against you oppressive rulers of the WO, forming a fairer and more just comment page where true Watford fans are free to speak their minds without fear.[/p][/quote]Jesus are you for real? Anyway your revolution is doomed for failure because your ilk only come out when we lose to gloat. True fans, no, numpties. Dyches gone, get over it.[/p][/quote]Only come out when we lose? I was in Cardiff on 21st May 2006 and I don't recall a Leeds victory. Why don't you take a trip down to Kenilworth Road I'm sure they'll welcome you with open arms.[/p][/quote]I was in Cardiff that day and just walking up the steps into the stadium and witnessing that sea of yellow was breathtaking and the result crowned a perfect day. But a few Leeds fans offered congratulations but the main supporters only offered abuse and the fact we couldn't sell all our allocation of tickets. But the result last week was fantastic. Wolves was a different kettle of fish and we had to dig deep to get a result and the cross by Yeates was a cracker for Deeney. ORBY

1:51pm Tue 20 Nov 12

Alexander Hilcroft says...

GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.
The main issue I have with Nando is that he actually believes he is Lionel Messi. He tries to dribble like Messi, score cheeky goals like Messi, stand on the ball and control the game like Messi, and even going as far as to look like Messi with his hair and baggy top. The problem is - he isn't Messi!
And you ain't Vialli. Now how's that revolution going against my so called minions?
I'm stirring the revolution amongst the lower level commenters and we will rise up against you oppressive rulers of the WO, forming a fairer and more just comment page where true Watford fans are free to speak their minds without fear.
Be a bit more respectful to Mr Down. He's bought his own council house, you know
[quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.[/p][/quote]The main issue I have with Nando is that he actually believes he is Lionel Messi. He tries to dribble like Messi, score cheeky goals like Messi, stand on the ball and control the game like Messi, and even going as far as to look like Messi with his hair and baggy top. The problem is - he isn't Messi![/p][/quote]And you ain't Vialli. Now how's that revolution going against my so called minions?[/p][/quote]I'm stirring the revolution amongst the lower level commenters and we will rise up against you oppressive rulers of the WO, forming a fairer and more just comment page where true Watford fans are free to speak their minds without fear.[/p][/quote]Be a bit more respectful to Mr Down. He's bought his own council house, you know Alexander Hilcroft

2:09pm Tue 20 Nov 12

lutondown says...

Alexander Hilcroft wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.
The main issue I have with Nando is that he actually believes he is Lionel Messi. He tries to dribble like Messi, score cheeky goals like Messi, stand on the ball and control the game like Messi, and even going as far as to look like Messi with his hair and baggy top. The problem is - he isn't Messi!
And you ain't Vialli. Now how's that revolution going against my so called minions?
I'm stirring the revolution amongst the lower level commenters and we will rise up against you oppressive rulers of the WO, forming a fairer and more just comment page where true Watford fans are free to speak their minds without fear.
Be a bit more respectful to Mr Down. He's bought his own council house, you know
But you can't take the council house out if the boy eh?
[quote][p][bold]Alexander Hilcroft[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: Just one message to the little Englanders that love to get on Fernandos back. Did you see when Hogg broke through in first half and rather than pressure the ball he went down too easily. Lucky not to have got booked, but I suppose it's ok because he's one of our own? Yeah right.[/p][/quote]The main issue I have with Nando is that he actually believes he is Lionel Messi. He tries to dribble like Messi, score cheeky goals like Messi, stand on the ball and control the game like Messi, and even going as far as to look like Messi with his hair and baggy top. The problem is - he isn't Messi![/p][/quote]And you ain't Vialli. Now how's that revolution going against my so called minions?[/p][/quote]I'm stirring the revolution amongst the lower level commenters and we will rise up against you oppressive rulers of the WO, forming a fairer and more just comment page where true Watford fans are free to speak their minds without fear.[/p][/quote]Be a bit more respectful to Mr Down. He's bought his own council house, you know[/p][/quote]But you can't take the council house out if the boy eh? lutondown

2:00pm Wed 21 Nov 12

francowatford says...

Danny Graham could be leaving the Swan's in Januray, I think we should get him on loan with the view to buy. For me, the best striker we have had at the Vic for years. Danny's movement uo front with the supply from FF, Chaba, etc good be very exciting :)
Danny Graham could be leaving the Swan's in Januray, I think we should get him on loan with the view to buy. For me, the best striker we have had at the Vic for years. Danny's movement uo front with the supply from FF, Chaba, etc good be very exciting :) francowatford

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