UPDATED: Watford players react to Gianfranco Zola's resignation as head coach

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Watford players have continued to react on Twitter to Gianfranco Zola's resignation as Hornets head coach.

Italian defender Marco Cassetti, who joined Watford in August 2012, wrote: "I'm so sad today when I have know Zola resigns as Watford manager. One of the best person I meet in my career . All the best."

Fitz Hall ‏also paid tribute to his former boss last night, tweeting: "Just like to say it's been a pleasure to work for Gianfranco Zola the nicest man I've ever met on & off the pitch. Will be missed by every1!"

Cristian Battocchio tweeted in Italian: "Not only a great coach ... A great man, a humble and wonderful person on and off the field! We will miss you..."

Hector Bellerin has only made four appearances under Zola after joining the Hornets on loan from Arsenal but he thanked the Italian for giving him a chance at Vicarage Road.

Bellerin tweeted: "Gutted for the news Gianfranco Zola resigned. Very grateful for the chance he's given me to play with Watford at this level. Thank you!"

Watford defender Daniel Pudil described Zola as one of the best managers he has played under.

Zola this afternoon resigned as the Hornets' head coach after a run of nine matches without a win and five consecutive home defeats.

Czech Republic international Pudil has been alongside Zola for the whole of his 17 months in charge and joined the club permanently in the summer after his successful loan spell last season.

Pudil tweeted: "Mr Zola was one of the best managers I ever had. Was pleasure for me to work with him. Thank you for the amazing one and half years! All the best."

Young centre half Tommie Hoban became a first team regular under Zola prior to his long-term injury.

He tweeted: "Zola was fantastic for me personally and for the team in my opinion. Very sad to see him go. Wish him all the best for the future."

Hoban wasn't the only young Watford player to thank Zola.

He may not have featured for the first team since he joined in the summer, but Uche Ikpeazu said: "Zola was the nicest person and manager that I have ever come across, very thankful for what he taught me in the short time I knew him.

"Even though I didn't make my debut under him, I learnt a lot in a short space of time and I am very grateful. Wish him the best."

One player who did make their debut under Zola was academy graduate Bernard Mensah.

He tweeted: "Would just like to take the time to thank Gianfranco Zola for everything he's done for me! Most notably giving me my debut.

"He has had nothing but a positive effect on my career and has helped me improve leaps and bounds! Would like to wish him all the best in the future.

"I am truly sad to see him go! He was such a talented manager but most of all a great man! Glad to have worked under him!"

Ikechi Anya went from being a squad player at the Hornets last year to a Scotland international under Zola.

Tweeting on Saturday night prior to Zola's decision to resign, he said: "I've seen a lot of opinions tonight which is cool - after all that is what social media is about and I respect them - but in my opinion Watford FC are very lucky to have Zola as manager.

"[It is] far from brown nosing because in 2012, when I was in the stands/bench (due to him), I was saying exactly the same to now, when I am a starter and Scottish international (partly due to him).

"My integrity as a man will always trump any football matter - it is just the way I'm built - but at the end of the day, real recognise real."

George Thorne, who is on loan at Watford from West Bromwich Albion, who sacked head coach Steve Clarke on Saturday night, Tweeted: "Gutted. Massive respect for both Steve Clarke and Ganfranco Zola."

Read the club's statement on Zola's departure here

Zola's open letter to supporters can be viewed here

Some of the early favourites to replace Zola can be seen here

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6:30pm Mon 16 Dec 13

Boosey says...

Deafening silence from other players?
Deafening silence from other players? Boosey

6:48pm Mon 16 Dec 13

Coydonn says...

Dear Players....Take some responsibility for your poor inconsistent underperforming play...your part in GFZ resignation is monumental...
'GET A GRIP AND START PLAYING FOR PRIDE IN YOURSELVES...FOR
THE CLUB AND THE SUPPORTERS'

From a Loyal supporter

Uuuu Ornnss...
Dear Players....Take some responsibility for your poor inconsistent underperforming play...your part in GFZ resignation is monumental... 'GET A GRIP AND START PLAYING FOR PRIDE IN YOURSELVES...FOR THE CLUB AND THE SUPPORTERS' From a Loyal supporter Uuuu Ornnss... Coydonn

8:02pm Mon 16 Dec 13

Emmer Green Hornet says...

Boosey wrote:
Deafening silence from other players?
Deeney who is pretty prolific on Twitter has remained tellingly quiet...
[quote][p][bold]Boosey[/bold] wrote: Deafening silence from other players?[/p][/quote]Deeney who is pretty prolific on Twitter has remained tellingly quiet... Emmer Green Hornet

8:19pm Mon 16 Dec 13

Hornet Cornet says...

Right you under-performing players, TAKE SOME RESPONSIBILITY. Start playing to your potential and take some pride in wearing the Watford shirt.
Right you under-performing players, TAKE SOME RESPONSIBILITY. Start playing to your potential and take some pride in wearing the Watford shirt. Hornet Cornet

8:21pm Mon 16 Dec 13

Dino1982 says...

Where are some of the other players?

Deeney? Kept coming out at the end of matches clapping at the fans. Seemed like a good gesture, but was that also detaching himself from other team mates trying to show he's not at fault.
If he wanted to clap fans, then be man, get hold of your team mates be the leads they need and get them all to stay on the pitch and face the fans and clap.
Where are some of the other players? Deeney? Kept coming out at the end of matches clapping at the fans. Seemed like a good gesture, but was that also detaching himself from other team mates trying to show he's not at fault. If he wanted to clap fans, then be man, get hold of your team mates be the leads they need and get them all to stay on the pitch and face the fans and clap. Dino1982

8:23pm Mon 16 Dec 13

Noodlehornet says...

If only players could resign...
If only players could resign... Noodlehornet

8:24pm Mon 16 Dec 13

Dino1982 says...

Emmer Green Hornet wrote:
Boosey wrote:
Deafening silence from other players?
Deeney who is pretty prolific on Twitter has remained tellingly quiet...
I agree, for one of our senior players and for someone that Watford fans have been loyal to, I havnt seen anything from him having that fighting spirit and determination he had before. Cant blame Zola for that!

Deeney? Kept coming out at the end of matches clapping at the fans. Seemed like a good gesture, but was that also detaching himself from other team mates trying to show he's not at fault.
If he wanted to clap fans, then be man, get hold of your team mates be the leads they need and get them all to stay on the pitch and face the fans and clap.
[quote][p][bold]Emmer Green Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Boosey[/bold] wrote: Deafening silence from other players?[/p][/quote]Deeney who is pretty prolific on Twitter has remained tellingly quiet...[/p][/quote]I agree, for one of our senior players and for someone that Watford fans have been loyal to, I havnt seen anything from him having that fighting spirit and determination he had before. Cant blame Zola for that! Deeney? Kept coming out at the end of matches clapping at the fans. Seemed like a good gesture, but was that also detaching himself from other team mates trying to show he's not at fault. If he wanted to clap fans, then be man, get hold of your team mates be the leads they need and get them all to stay on the pitch and face the fans and clap. Dino1982

8:47pm Mon 16 Dec 13

PembsHornet says...

Many if us have stated for a while that the reason behind our slump in form could be issues behind the scenes and the stories of Deeney not getting on with Fezzi and some others. The points above elude to him not wanting the mingle with others players and his wierd goal celebration against dirty Leeds a few weeks back are leading me to think he could be the major problem. He had no concern for Faraoni's injury last Saturday when you would expect the capstan to, there has been no statement from him on twitter regarding Zola's resignation and his loss of form are all leading to the same conclusion! Whilst reading the BBC sport report of last Saturdays game I noticed the photo they used from of Wickand free kick, is it me or does Deeney look completely uninterested? Yes it's only a snapshot but look at all of the other players. I may well be proven wrong but my suspicious side is often right and I now have that guy feeling that the man we all stood up for last year is now the culprit for our free falling club. I ask myself if its this obvious why did Zola not act, maybe he was trying the arm on the shoulder management technique instead of a boot up the ar5e. One man will never make a team, hopefully the new manager will succeed in uncovering the issue and will get this talented squad laying at huge level it should. Deeney out??
Many if us have stated for a while that the reason behind our slump in form could be issues behind the scenes and the stories of Deeney not getting on with Fezzi and some others. The points above elude to him not wanting the mingle with others players and his wierd goal celebration against dirty Leeds a few weeks back are leading me to think he could be the major problem. He had no concern for Faraoni's injury last Saturday when you would expect the capstan to, there has been no statement from him on twitter regarding Zola's resignation and his loss of form are all leading to the same conclusion! Whilst reading the BBC sport report of last Saturdays game I noticed the photo they used from of Wickand free kick, is it me or does Deeney look completely uninterested? Yes it's only a snapshot but look at all of the other players. I may well be proven wrong but my suspicious side is often right and I now have that guy feeling that the man we all stood up for last year is now the culprit for our free falling club. I ask myself if its this obvious why did Zola not act, maybe he was trying the arm on the shoulder management technique instead of a boot up the ar5e. One man will never make a team, hopefully the new manager will succeed in uncovering the issue and will get this talented squad laying at huge level it should. Deeney out?? PembsHornet

8:49pm Mon 16 Dec 13

rufusn77 says...

Emmer Green Hornet wrote:
Boosey wrote:
Deafening silence from other players?
Deeney who is pretty prolific on Twitter has remained tellingly quiet...
As he has been on the pitch!! Absolutely silent!! For someone who has had the captaincy he needs to be more vocal and lead by example. Something he hasn't done all season. Likewise, the other fan's favourite; McGugan.

Brassneck.
[quote][p][bold]Emmer Green Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Boosey[/bold] wrote: Deafening silence from other players?[/p][/quote]Deeney who is pretty prolific on Twitter has remained tellingly quiet...[/p][/quote]As he has been on the pitch!! Absolutely silent!! For someone who has had the captaincy he needs to be more vocal and lead by example. Something he hasn't done all season. Likewise, the other fan's favourite; McGugan. Brassneck. rufusn77

9:13pm Mon 16 Dec 13

Dino1982 says...

PembsHornet wrote:
Many if us have stated for a while that the reason behind our slump in form could be issues behind the scenes and the stories of Deeney not getting on with Fezzi and some others. The points above elude to him not wanting the mingle with others players and his wierd goal celebration against dirty Leeds a few weeks back are leading me to think he could be the major problem. He had no concern for Faraoni's injury last Saturday when you would expect the capstan to, there has been no statement from him on twitter regarding Zola's resignation and his loss of form are all leading to the same conclusion! Whilst reading the BBC sport report of last Saturdays game I noticed the photo they used from of Wickand free kick, is it me or does Deeney look completely uninterested? Yes it's only a snapshot but look at all of the other players. I may well be proven wrong but my suspicious side is often right and I now have that guy feeling that the man we all stood up for last year is now the culprit for our free falling club. I ask myself if its this obvious why did Zola not act, maybe he was trying the arm on the shoulder management technique instead of a boot up the ar5e. One man will never make a team, hopefully the new manager will succeed in uncovering the issue and will get this talented squad laying at huge level it should. Deeney out??
Agree with everything your saying.

Stories keep coming out that Deeney doesn't get on with the guys you mention and also Fabrini.

Ask me, I think perhaps he felt that he is the main man.

I get to the games easily and tend to watch the warm ups. This tends to give some indication as to whats going on. When you see the players shooting practice before the game. I never see Deeney having a laugh with the other players and doesn't seem to to be enjoying his game.
[quote][p][bold]PembsHornet[/bold] wrote: Many if us have stated for a while that the reason behind our slump in form could be issues behind the scenes and the stories of Deeney not getting on with Fezzi and some others. The points above elude to him not wanting the mingle with others players and his wierd goal celebration against dirty Leeds a few weeks back are leading me to think he could be the major problem. He had no concern for Faraoni's injury last Saturday when you would expect the capstan to, there has been no statement from him on twitter regarding Zola's resignation and his loss of form are all leading to the same conclusion! Whilst reading the BBC sport report of last Saturdays game I noticed the photo they used from of Wickand free kick, is it me or does Deeney look completely uninterested? Yes it's only a snapshot but look at all of the other players. I may well be proven wrong but my suspicious side is often right and I now have that guy feeling that the man we all stood up for last year is now the culprit for our free falling club. I ask myself if its this obvious why did Zola not act, maybe he was trying the arm on the shoulder management technique instead of a boot up the ar5e. One man will never make a team, hopefully the new manager will succeed in uncovering the issue and will get this talented squad laying at huge level it should. Deeney out??[/p][/quote]Agree with everything your saying. Stories keep coming out that Deeney doesn't get on with the guys you mention and also Fabrini. Ask me, I think perhaps he felt that he is the main man. I get to the games easily and tend to watch the warm ups. This tends to give some indication as to whats going on. When you see the players shooting practice before the game. I never see Deeney having a laugh with the other players and doesn't seem to to be enjoying his game. Dino1982

9:25pm Mon 16 Dec 13

PembsHornet says...

Dino1982 wrote:
PembsHornet wrote:
Many if us have stated for a while that the reason behind our slump in form could be issues behind the scenes and the stories of Deeney not getting on with Fezzi and some others. The points above elude to him not wanting the mingle with others players and his wierd goal celebration against dirty Leeds a few weeks back are leading me to think he could be the major problem. He had no concern for Faraoni's injury last Saturday when you would expect the capstan to, there has been no statement from him on twitter regarding Zola's resignation and his loss of form are all leading to the same conclusion! Whilst reading the BBC sport report of last Saturdays game I noticed the photo they used from of Wickand free kick, is it me or does Deeney look completely uninterested? Yes it's only a snapshot but look at all of the other players. I may well be proven wrong but my suspicious side is often right and I now have that guy feeling that the man we all stood up for last year is now the culprit for our free falling club. I ask myself if its this obvious why did Zola not act, maybe he was trying the arm on the shoulder management technique instead of a boot up the ar5e. One man will never make a team, hopefully the new manager will succeed in uncovering the issue and will get this talented squad laying at huge level it should. Deeney out??
Agree with everything your saying.

Stories keep coming out that Deeney doesn't get on with the guys you mention and also Fabrini.

Ask me, I think perhaps he felt that he is the main man.

I get to the games easily and tend to watch the warm ups. This tends to give some indication as to whats going on. When you see the players shooting practice before the game. I never see Deeney having a laugh with the other players and doesn't seem to to be enjoying his game.
There was also that situation last year when Deeney felt the need to state that he was the main man last year which I always thought was an odd comment. He was 1 of a team of 11, no more and no less. Nearly all of us have day jobs where we work as part if a team, some with more high level roles but all as important as another as a team. If Deeney does get exposed as the issue I'm sure I will speak for most in stating that this is the worst return for how we ALL stood by him following his thuggish antics and jail term, we could have sacked him which may well have finished his career!!
On another note, there is further tension between Tan and Malky at Cardiff...would very much welcome Malky back to the FDA at our beloved Watford!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Dino1982[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PembsHornet[/bold] wrote: Many if us have stated for a while that the reason behind our slump in form could be issues behind the scenes and the stories of Deeney not getting on with Fezzi and some others. The points above elude to him not wanting the mingle with others players and his wierd goal celebration against dirty Leeds a few weeks back are leading me to think he could be the major problem. He had no concern for Faraoni's injury last Saturday when you would expect the capstan to, there has been no statement from him on twitter regarding Zola's resignation and his loss of form are all leading to the same conclusion! Whilst reading the BBC sport report of last Saturdays game I noticed the photo they used from of Wickand free kick, is it me or does Deeney look completely uninterested? Yes it's only a snapshot but look at all of the other players. I may well be proven wrong but my suspicious side is often right and I now have that guy feeling that the man we all stood up for last year is now the culprit for our free falling club. I ask myself if its this obvious why did Zola not act, maybe he was trying the arm on the shoulder management technique instead of a boot up the ar5e. One man will never make a team, hopefully the new manager will succeed in uncovering the issue and will get this talented squad laying at huge level it should. Deeney out??[/p][/quote]Agree with everything your saying. Stories keep coming out that Deeney doesn't get on with the guys you mention and also Fabrini. Ask me, I think perhaps he felt that he is the main man. I get to the games easily and tend to watch the warm ups. This tends to give some indication as to whats going on. When you see the players shooting practice before the game. I never see Deeney having a laugh with the other players and doesn't seem to to be enjoying his game.[/p][/quote]There was also that situation last year when Deeney felt the need to state that he was the main man last year which I always thought was an odd comment. He was 1 of a team of 11, no more and no less. Nearly all of us have day jobs where we work as part if a team, some with more high level roles but all as important as another as a team. If Deeney does get exposed as the issue I'm sure I will speak for most in stating that this is the worst return for how we ALL stood by him following his thuggish antics and jail term, we could have sacked him which may well have finished his career!! On another note, there is further tension between Tan and Malky at Cardiff...would very much welcome Malky back to the FDA at our beloved Watford!!!! PembsHornet

10:11pm Mon 16 Dec 13

Boosey says...

Boosey wrote:
Deafening silence from other players?
Wow! And I didn't even mention him by name.
[quote][p][bold]Boosey[/bold] wrote: Deafening silence from other players?[/p][/quote]Wow! And I didn't even mention him by name. Boosey

11:04pm Mon 16 Dec 13

KeithMercer says...

PembsHornet wrote:
Dino1982 wrote:
PembsHornet wrote:
Many if us have stated for a while that the reason behind our slump in form could be issues behind the scenes and the stories of Deeney not getting on with Fezzi and some others. The points above elude to him not wanting the mingle with others players and his wierd goal celebration against dirty Leeds a few weeks back are leading me to think he could be the major problem. He had no concern for Faraoni's injury last Saturday when you would expect the capstan to, there has been no statement from him on twitter regarding Zola's resignation and his loss of form are all leading to the same conclusion! Whilst reading the BBC sport report of last Saturdays game I noticed the photo they used from of Wickand free kick, is it me or does Deeney look completely uninterested? Yes it's only a snapshot but look at all of the other players. I may well be proven wrong but my suspicious side is often right and I now have that guy feeling that the man we all stood up for last year is now the culprit for our free falling club. I ask myself if its this obvious why did Zola not act, maybe he was trying the arm on the shoulder management technique instead of a boot up the ar5e. One man will never make a team, hopefully the new manager will succeed in uncovering the issue and will get this talented squad laying at huge level it should. Deeney out??
Agree with everything your saying.

Stories keep coming out that Deeney doesn't get on with the guys you mention and also Fabrini.

Ask me, I think perhaps he felt that he is the main man.

I get to the games easily and tend to watch the warm ups. This tends to give some indication as to whats going on. When you see the players shooting practice before the game. I never see Deeney having a laugh with the other players and doesn't seem to to be enjoying his game.
There was also that situation last year when Deeney felt the need to state that he was the main man last year which I always thought was an odd comment. He was 1 of a team of 11, no more and no less. Nearly all of us have day jobs where we work as part if a team, some with more high level roles but all as important as another as a team. If Deeney does get exposed as the issue I'm sure I will speak for most in stating that this is the worst return for how we ALL stood by him following his thuggish antics and jail term, we could have sacked him which may well have finished his career!!
On another note, there is further tension between Tan and Malky at Cardiff...would very much welcome Malky back to the FDA at our beloved Watford!!!!
I said something similar on an earlier post, and as it stands I have a -25 !
Guess I must have worded it wrongly, oh well water off a ducks back as they say.
[quote][p][bold]PembsHornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dino1982[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PembsHornet[/bold] wrote: Many if us have stated for a while that the reason behind our slump in form could be issues behind the scenes and the stories of Deeney not getting on with Fezzi and some others. The points above elude to him not wanting the mingle with others players and his wierd goal celebration against dirty Leeds a few weeks back are leading me to think he could be the major problem. He had no concern for Faraoni's injury last Saturday when you would expect the capstan to, there has been no statement from him on twitter regarding Zola's resignation and his loss of form are all leading to the same conclusion! Whilst reading the BBC sport report of last Saturdays game I noticed the photo they used from of Wickand free kick, is it me or does Deeney look completely uninterested? Yes it's only a snapshot but look at all of the other players. I may well be proven wrong but my suspicious side is often right and I now have that guy feeling that the man we all stood up for last year is now the culprit for our free falling club. I ask myself if its this obvious why did Zola not act, maybe he was trying the arm on the shoulder management technique instead of a boot up the ar5e. One man will never make a team, hopefully the new manager will succeed in uncovering the issue and will get this talented squad laying at huge level it should. Deeney out??[/p][/quote]Agree with everything your saying. Stories keep coming out that Deeney doesn't get on with the guys you mention and also Fabrini. Ask me, I think perhaps he felt that he is the main man. I get to the games easily and tend to watch the warm ups. This tends to give some indication as to whats going on. When you see the players shooting practice before the game. I never see Deeney having a laugh with the other players and doesn't seem to to be enjoying his game.[/p][/quote]There was also that situation last year when Deeney felt the need to state that he was the main man last year which I always thought was an odd comment. He was 1 of a team of 11, no more and no less. Nearly all of us have day jobs where we work as part if a team, some with more high level roles but all as important as another as a team. If Deeney does get exposed as the issue I'm sure I will speak for most in stating that this is the worst return for how we ALL stood by him following his thuggish antics and jail term, we could have sacked him which may well have finished his career!! On another note, there is further tension between Tan and Malky at Cardiff...would very much welcome Malky back to the FDA at our beloved Watford!!!![/p][/quote]I said something similar on an earlier post, and as it stands I have a -25 ! Guess I must have worded it wrongly, oh well water off a ducks back as they say. KeithMercer

6:15am Tue 17 Dec 13

SAHornet says...

Sell Deeney for whatever we can get for him. He's thoroughly divisive and let's face it, not all that good.
Sell Deeney for whatever we can get for him. He's thoroughly divisive and let's face it, not all that good. SAHornet

7:49am Tue 17 Dec 13

endean2 says...

PembsHornet wrote:
Dino1982 wrote:
PembsHornet wrote:
Many if us have stated for a while that the reason behind our slump in form could be issues behind the scenes and the stories of Deeney not getting on with Fezzi and some others. The points above elude to him not wanting the mingle with others players and his wierd goal celebration against dirty Leeds a few weeks back are leading me to think he could be the major problem. He had no concern for Faraoni's injury last Saturday when you would expect the capstan to, there has been no statement from him on twitter regarding Zola's resignation and his loss of form are all leading to the same conclusion! Whilst reading the BBC sport report of last Saturdays game I noticed the photo they used from of Wickand free kick, is it me or does Deeney look completely uninterested? Yes it's only a snapshot but look at all of the other players. I may well be proven wrong but my suspicious side is often right and I now have that guy feeling that the man we all stood up for last year is now the culprit for our free falling club. I ask myself if its this obvious why did Zola not act, maybe he was trying the arm on the shoulder management technique instead of a boot up the ar5e. One man will never make a team, hopefully the new manager will succeed in uncovering the issue and will get this talented squad laying at huge level it should. Deeney out??
Agree with everything your saying.

Stories keep coming out that Deeney doesn't get on with the guys you mention and also Fabrini.

Ask me, I think perhaps he felt that he is the main man.

I get to the games easily and tend to watch the warm ups. This tends to give some indication as to whats going on. When you see the players shooting practice before the game. I never see Deeney having a laugh with the other players and doesn't seem to to be enjoying his game.
There was also that situation last year when Deeney felt the need to state that he was the main man last year which I always thought was an odd comment. He was 1 of a team of 11, no more and no less. Nearly all of us have day jobs where we work as part if a team, some with more high level roles but all as important as another as a team. If Deeney does get exposed as the issue I'm sure I will speak for most in stating that this is the worst return for how we ALL stood by him following his thuggish antics and jail term, we could have sacked him which may well have finished his career!!
On another note, there is further tension between Tan and Malky at Cardiff...would very much welcome Malky back to the FDA at our beloved Watford!!!!
Malky...............
.... would love him back here but there would need to be
carefully worded contract to ensure he could not be poached for 3/5 years,
well you know what I mean.
Seriously, the best possible replacement for Watford.
[quote][p][bold]PembsHornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dino1982[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PembsHornet[/bold] wrote: Many if us have stated for a while that the reason behind our slump in form could be issues behind the scenes and the stories of Deeney not getting on with Fezzi and some others. The points above elude to him not wanting the mingle with others players and his wierd goal celebration against dirty Leeds a few weeks back are leading me to think he could be the major problem. He had no concern for Faraoni's injury last Saturday when you would expect the capstan to, there has been no statement from him on twitter regarding Zola's resignation and his loss of form are all leading to the same conclusion! Whilst reading the BBC sport report of last Saturdays game I noticed the photo they used from of Wickand free kick, is it me or does Deeney look completely uninterested? Yes it's only a snapshot but look at all of the other players. I may well be proven wrong but my suspicious side is often right and I now have that guy feeling that the man we all stood up for last year is now the culprit for our free falling club. I ask myself if its this obvious why did Zola not act, maybe he was trying the arm on the shoulder management technique instead of a boot up the ar5e. One man will never make a team, hopefully the new manager will succeed in uncovering the issue and will get this talented squad laying at huge level it should. Deeney out??[/p][/quote]Agree with everything your saying. Stories keep coming out that Deeney doesn't get on with the guys you mention and also Fabrini. Ask me, I think perhaps he felt that he is the main man. I get to the games easily and tend to watch the warm ups. This tends to give some indication as to whats going on. When you see the players shooting practice before the game. I never see Deeney having a laugh with the other players and doesn't seem to to be enjoying his game.[/p][/quote]There was also that situation last year when Deeney felt the need to state that he was the main man last year which I always thought was an odd comment. He was 1 of a team of 11, no more and no less. Nearly all of us have day jobs where we work as part if a team, some with more high level roles but all as important as another as a team. If Deeney does get exposed as the issue I'm sure I will speak for most in stating that this is the worst return for how we ALL stood by him following his thuggish antics and jail term, we could have sacked him which may well have finished his career!! On another note, there is further tension between Tan and Malky at Cardiff...would very much welcome Malky back to the FDA at our beloved Watford!!!![/p][/quote]Malky............... .... would love him back here but there would need to be carefully worded contract to ensure he could not be poached for 3/5 years, well you know what I mean. Seriously, the best possible replacement for Watford. endean2

8:36am Tue 17 Dec 13

andyandyandy says...

A big worry now is the reaction of the players. Lets face it most of our current squad had never heard of Watford. They only agreed to come here as Zola is a legend and they wanted to work with him Abdi, and Fessi in particular. Also Mugugan turned down 'better offers' for the chance to play for Zola.
So will the next appointment be able to attract the right players?
A big worry now is the reaction of the players. Lets face it most of our current squad had never heard of Watford. They only agreed to come here as Zola is a legend and they wanted to work with him Abdi, and Fessi in particular. Also Mugugan turned down 'better offers' for the chance to play for Zola. So will the next appointment be able to attract the right players? andyandyandy

8:48am Tue 17 Dec 13

Letsalldothecongaforbrittassombalonga says...

SAHornet wrote:
Sell Deeney for whatever we can get for him. He's thoroughly divisive and let's face it, not all that good.
The only place I hear about Deeney being divisive is on here.
Not anywhere else. Yes great idea, lets get rid of Deeney and then we will have precisely no-one to put the ball in the back of the net
[quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: Sell Deeney for whatever we can get for him. He's thoroughly divisive and let's face it, not all that good.[/p][/quote]The only place I hear about Deeney being divisive is on here. Not anywhere else. Yes great idea, lets get rid of Deeney and then we will have precisely no-one to put the ball in the back of the net Letsalldothecongaforbrittassombalonga

9:30am Tue 17 Dec 13

CaptainPC says...

Hornet Cornet wrote:
Right you under-performing players, TAKE SOME RESPONSIBILITY. Start playing to your potential and take some pride in wearing the Watford shirt.
If you were in their position would you?

I wouldn't cos I'd have absolute no connection to the club or community.

I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages.The players we have now are journeyman, they know this is their level and have been fortunate to get good contracts.....

How much garbage will you put up with befor you dissent from this Pozzo nightmare.....

I reckon they'll dig up David Pleat, just to see how much they can take the pee out of you people....
[quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: Right you under-performing players, TAKE SOME RESPONSIBILITY. Start playing to your potential and take some pride in wearing the Watford shirt.[/p][/quote]If you were in their position would you? I wouldn't cos I'd have absolute no connection to the club or community. I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages.The players we have now are journeyman, they know this is their level and have been fortunate to get good contracts..... How much garbage will you put up with befor you dissent from this Pozzo nightmare..... I reckon they'll dig up David Pleat, just to see how much they can take the pee out of you people.... CaptainPC

9:33am Tue 17 Dec 13

endean2 says...

Letsalldothecongafor
brittassombalonga
wrote:
SAHornet wrote:
Sell Deeney for whatever we can get for him. He's thoroughly divisive and let's face it, not all that good.
The only place I hear about Deeney being divisive is on here.
Not anywhere else. Yes great idea, lets get rid of Deeney and then we will have precisely no-one to put the ball in the back of the net
I know you have always been a great fan of Zola, along with legions of other Watford fans, so who would you like to replace him?

as stated before" keep the faith"
[quote][p][bold]Letsalldothecongafor brittassombalonga[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: Sell Deeney for whatever we can get for him. He's thoroughly divisive and let's face it, not all that good.[/p][/quote]The only place I hear about Deeney being divisive is on here. Not anywhere else. Yes great idea, lets get rid of Deeney and then we will have precisely no-one to put the ball in the back of the net[/p][/quote]I know you have always been a great fan of Zola, along with legions of other Watford fans, so who would you like to replace him? as stated before" keep the faith" endean2

9:42am Tue 17 Dec 13

peter10531089 says...

Wow! What a witch hunt mentality there is on this board now! People were calling for Zola's head on this board - not at the ground. Boo's yes shouts of Zola out? No - not at the ground - only here.

As for Deeney - he has played as a lone striker for most of this season and has little or no support - remember the game without him playing? No improvement from his replacements and even less chances created - so be careful what you wish for. As for the suggestion that he only applauds the fans in order to distance himself from his team mates - what utter tripe!

How anyone can extract some type of conspiracy style theory about a player applauding the crowd (who welcomed him back after his spell in the nick - for which he has stated he is so grateful for) is beyond me.

As for the "main man" article - if you recall this was a response to how Deeney would feel this season without the "main man" Vydra - he responded (as most players default over postive response would be) that he was the main man last year as he scored 20 goals himself and led the line and fed Vydra or created chances for him. I would question anyone who would disagree with this - Deeney did look a different player last year as he had someone who looked to link with him.

People criticize Deeney for Twitter but we were all happy with him tweeting when the team were out in Italy in pre season - he might just be quiet because he is gutted about Zola, does feel partly culpable and knows that any comment would simply prompt a feeding frenzy on this and similar forums.
Wow! What a witch hunt mentality there is on this board now! People were calling for Zola's head on this board - not at the ground. Boo's yes shouts of Zola out? No - not at the ground - only here. As for Deeney - he has played as a lone striker for most of this season and has little or no support - remember the game without him playing? No improvement from his replacements and even less chances created - so be careful what you wish for. As for the suggestion that he only applauds the fans in order to distance himself from his team mates - what utter tripe! How anyone can extract some type of conspiracy style theory about a player applauding the crowd (who welcomed him back after his spell in the nick - for which he has stated he is so grateful for) is beyond me. As for the "main man" article - if you recall this was a response to how Deeney would feel this season without the "main man" Vydra - he responded (as most players default over postive response would be) that he was the main man last year as he scored 20 goals himself and led the line and fed Vydra or created chances for him. I would question anyone who would disagree with this - Deeney did look a different player last year as he had someone who looked to link with him. People criticize Deeney for Twitter but we were all happy with him tweeting when the team were out in Italy in pre season - he might just be quiet because he is gutted about Zola, does feel partly culpable and knows that any comment would simply prompt a feeding frenzy on this and similar forums. peter10531089

9:45am Tue 17 Dec 13

KeithMercer says...

peter10531089 wrote:
Wow! What a witch hunt mentality there is on this board now! People were calling for Zola's head on this board - not at the ground. Boo's yes shouts of Zola out? No - not at the ground - only here.

As for Deeney - he has played as a lone striker for most of this season and has little or no support - remember the game without him playing? No improvement from his replacements and even less chances created - so be careful what you wish for. As for the suggestion that he only applauds the fans in order to distance himself from his team mates - what utter tripe!

How anyone can extract some type of conspiracy style theory about a player applauding the crowd (who welcomed him back after his spell in the nick - for which he has stated he is so grateful for) is beyond me.

As for the "main man" article - if you recall this was a response to how Deeney would feel this season without the "main man" Vydra - he responded (as most players default over postive response would be) that he was the main man last year as he scored 20 goals himself and led the line and fed Vydra or created chances for him. I would question anyone who would disagree with this - Deeney did look a different player last year as he had someone who looked to link with him.

People criticize Deeney for Twitter but we were all happy with him tweeting when the team were out in Italy in pre season - he might just be quiet because he is gutted about Zola, does feel partly culpable and knows that any comment would simply prompt a feeding frenzy on this and similar forums.
Thanks for your insight Troy !
[quote][p][bold]peter10531089[/bold] wrote: Wow! What a witch hunt mentality there is on this board now! People were calling for Zola's head on this board - not at the ground. Boo's yes shouts of Zola out? No - not at the ground - only here. As for Deeney - he has played as a lone striker for most of this season and has little or no support - remember the game without him playing? No improvement from his replacements and even less chances created - so be careful what you wish for. As for the suggestion that he only applauds the fans in order to distance himself from his team mates - what utter tripe! How anyone can extract some type of conspiracy style theory about a player applauding the crowd (who welcomed him back after his spell in the nick - for which he has stated he is so grateful for) is beyond me. As for the "main man" article - if you recall this was a response to how Deeney would feel this season without the "main man" Vydra - he responded (as most players default over postive response would be) that he was the main man last year as he scored 20 goals himself and led the line and fed Vydra or created chances for him. I would question anyone who would disagree with this - Deeney did look a different player last year as he had someone who looked to link with him. People criticize Deeney for Twitter but we were all happy with him tweeting when the team were out in Italy in pre season - he might just be quiet because he is gutted about Zola, does feel partly culpable and knows that any comment would simply prompt a feeding frenzy on this and similar forums.[/p][/quote]Thanks for your insight Troy ! KeithMercer

9:46am Tue 17 Dec 13

Give us a smile smiley says...

Just seen a Range Rover with the Reg No TR0Y D heading away along the A4 from Reading!
Just seen a Range Rover with the Reg No TR0Y D heading away along the A4 from Reading! Give us a smile smiley

9:50am Tue 17 Dec 13

peter10531089 says...

KeithMercer wrote:
peter10531089 wrote:
Wow! What a witch hunt mentality there is on this board now! People were calling for Zola's head on this board - not at the ground. Boo's yes shouts of Zola out? No - not at the ground - only here.

As for Deeney - he has played as a lone striker for most of this season and has little or no support - remember the game without him playing? No improvement from his replacements and even less chances created - so be careful what you wish for. As for the suggestion that he only applauds the fans in order to distance himself from his team mates - what utter tripe!

How anyone can extract some type of conspiracy style theory about a player applauding the crowd (who welcomed him back after his spell in the nick - for which he has stated he is so grateful for) is beyond me.

As for the "main man" article - if you recall this was a response to how Deeney would feel this season without the "main man" Vydra - he responded (as most players default over postive response would be) that he was the main man last year as he scored 20 goals himself and led the line and fed Vydra or created chances for him. I would question anyone who would disagree with this - Deeney did look a different player last year as he had someone who looked to link with him.

People criticize Deeney for Twitter but we were all happy with him tweeting when the team were out in Italy in pre season - he might just be quiet because he is gutted about Zola, does feel partly culpable and knows that any comment would simply prompt a feeding frenzy on this and similar forums.
Thanks for your insight Troy !
You're welcome thank you for your devasting insight
[quote][p][bold]KeithMercer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]peter10531089[/bold] wrote: Wow! What a witch hunt mentality there is on this board now! People were calling for Zola's head on this board - not at the ground. Boo's yes shouts of Zola out? No - not at the ground - only here. As for Deeney - he has played as a lone striker for most of this season and has little or no support - remember the game without him playing? No improvement from his replacements and even less chances created - so be careful what you wish for. As for the suggestion that he only applauds the fans in order to distance himself from his team mates - what utter tripe! How anyone can extract some type of conspiracy style theory about a player applauding the crowd (who welcomed him back after his spell in the nick - for which he has stated he is so grateful for) is beyond me. As for the "main man" article - if you recall this was a response to how Deeney would feel this season without the "main man" Vydra - he responded (as most players default over postive response would be) that he was the main man last year as he scored 20 goals himself and led the line and fed Vydra or created chances for him. I would question anyone who would disagree with this - Deeney did look a different player last year as he had someone who looked to link with him. People criticize Deeney for Twitter but we were all happy with him tweeting when the team were out in Italy in pre season - he might just be quiet because he is gutted about Zola, does feel partly culpable and knows that any comment would simply prompt a feeding frenzy on this and similar forums.[/p][/quote]Thanks for your insight Troy ![/p][/quote]You're welcome thank you for your devasting insight peter10531089

9:55am Tue 17 Dec 13

Dino1982 says...

peter10531089 wrote:
Wow! What a witch hunt mentality there is on this board now! People were calling for Zola's head on this board - not at the ground. Boo's yes shouts of Zola out? No - not at the ground - only here.

As for Deeney - he has played as a lone striker for most of this season and has little or no support - remember the game without him playing? No improvement from his replacements and even less chances created - so be careful what you wish for. As for the suggestion that he only applauds the fans in order to distance himself from his team mates - what utter tripe!

How anyone can extract some type of conspiracy style theory about a player applauding the crowd (who welcomed him back after his spell in the nick - for which he has stated he is so grateful for) is beyond me.

As for the "main man" article - if you recall this was a response to how Deeney would feel this season without the "main man" Vydra - he responded (as most players default over postive response would be) that he was the main man last year as he scored 20 goals himself and led the line and fed Vydra or created chances for him. I would question anyone who would disagree with this - Deeney did look a different player last year as he had someone who looked to link with him.

People criticize Deeney for Twitter but we were all happy with him tweeting when the team were out in Italy in pre season - he might just be quiet because he is gutted about Zola, does feel partly culpable and knows that any comment would simply prompt a feeding frenzy on this and similar forums.
Are you Troy in disguise?!!

As captain, surely you should be the first to come out and say something!
[quote][p][bold]peter10531089[/bold] wrote: Wow! What a witch hunt mentality there is on this board now! People were calling for Zola's head on this board - not at the ground. Boo's yes shouts of Zola out? No - not at the ground - only here. As for Deeney - he has played as a lone striker for most of this season and has little or no support - remember the game without him playing? No improvement from his replacements and even less chances created - so be careful what you wish for. As for the suggestion that he only applauds the fans in order to distance himself from his team mates - what utter tripe! How anyone can extract some type of conspiracy style theory about a player applauding the crowd (who welcomed him back after his spell in the nick - for which he has stated he is so grateful for) is beyond me. As for the "main man" article - if you recall this was a response to how Deeney would feel this season without the "main man" Vydra - he responded (as most players default over postive response would be) that he was the main man last year as he scored 20 goals himself and led the line and fed Vydra or created chances for him. I would question anyone who would disagree with this - Deeney did look a different player last year as he had someone who looked to link with him. People criticize Deeney for Twitter but we were all happy with him tweeting when the team were out in Italy in pre season - he might just be quiet because he is gutted about Zola, does feel partly culpable and knows that any comment would simply prompt a feeding frenzy on this and similar forums.[/p][/quote]Are you Troy in disguise?!! As captain, surely you should be the first to come out and say something! Dino1982

10:08am Tue 17 Dec 13

Letsalldothecongaforbrittassombalonga says...

endean2 wrote:
Letsalldothecongafor

brittassombalonga
wrote:
SAHornet wrote:
Sell Deeney for whatever we can get for him. He's thoroughly divisive and let's face it, not all that good.
The only place I hear about Deeney being divisive is on here.
Not anywhere else. Yes great idea, lets get rid of Deeney and then we will have precisely no-one to put the ball in the back of the net
I know you have always been a great fan of Zola, along with legions of other Watford fans, so who would you like to replace him?

as stated before" keep the faith"
I would really like Roberto Di Matteo as I feel he will maintain the levels of good-looking football we have all become accustomed to.
I also think that Dave Jones is still a good manager and might be worth a look. As long as its not Warnock or Hollowhead. Not just because I dont like them but also because I feel it would be a step back in footballing terms

Or Deeney Player-Manager :)
[quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Letsalldothecongafor brittassombalonga[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: Sell Deeney for whatever we can get for him. He's thoroughly divisive and let's face it, not all that good.[/p][/quote]The only place I hear about Deeney being divisive is on here. Not anywhere else. Yes great idea, lets get rid of Deeney and then we will have precisely no-one to put the ball in the back of the net[/p][/quote]I know you have always been a great fan of Zola, along with legions of other Watford fans, so who would you like to replace him? as stated before" keep the faith"[/p][/quote]I would really like Roberto Di Matteo as I feel he will maintain the levels of good-looking football we have all become accustomed to. I also think that Dave Jones is still a good manager and might be worth a look. As long as its not Warnock or Hollowhead. Not just because I dont like them but also because I feel it would be a step back in footballing terms Or Deeney Player-Manager :) Letsalldothecongaforbrittassombalonga

10:10am Tue 17 Dec 13

bristol hornet says...

PembsHornet wrote:
Many if us have stated for a while that the reason behind our slump in form could be issues behind the scenes and the stories of Deeney not getting on with Fezzi and some others. The points above elude to him not wanting the mingle with others players and his wierd goal celebration against dirty Leeds a few weeks back are leading me to think he could be the major problem. He had no concern for Faraoni's injury last Saturday when you would expect the capstan to, there has been no statement from him on twitter regarding Zola's resignation and his loss of form are all leading to the same conclusion! Whilst reading the BBC sport report of last Saturdays game I noticed the photo they used from of Wickand free kick, is it me or does Deeney look completely uninterested? Yes it's only a snapshot but look at all of the other players. I may well be proven wrong but my suspicious side is often right and I now have that guy feeling that the man we all stood up for last year is now the culprit for our free falling club. I ask myself if its this obvious why did Zola not act, maybe he was trying the arm on the shoulder management technique instead of a boot up the ar5e. One man will never make a team, hopefully the new manager will succeed in uncovering the issue and will get this talented squad laying at huge level it should. Deeney out??
Quite a lot of truth here my friend.

Time will tell, but we will probably be better off without Deeney.......unless he likes the new manager and starts scoring freely again!
[quote][p][bold]PembsHornet[/bold] wrote: Many if us have stated for a while that the reason behind our slump in form could be issues behind the scenes and the stories of Deeney not getting on with Fezzi and some others. The points above elude to him not wanting the mingle with others players and his wierd goal celebration against dirty Leeds a few weeks back are leading me to think he could be the major problem. He had no concern for Faraoni's injury last Saturday when you would expect the capstan to, there has been no statement from him on twitter regarding Zola's resignation and his loss of form are all leading to the same conclusion! Whilst reading the BBC sport report of last Saturdays game I noticed the photo they used from of Wickand free kick, is it me or does Deeney look completely uninterested? Yes it's only a snapshot but look at all of the other players. I may well be proven wrong but my suspicious side is often right and I now have that guy feeling that the man we all stood up for last year is now the culprit for our free falling club. I ask myself if its this obvious why did Zola not act, maybe he was trying the arm on the shoulder management technique instead of a boot up the ar5e. One man will never make a team, hopefully the new manager will succeed in uncovering the issue and will get this talented squad laying at huge level it should. Deeney out??[/p][/quote]Quite a lot of truth here my friend. Time will tell, but we will probably be better off without Deeney.......unless he likes the new manager and starts scoring freely again! bristol hornet

10:32am Tue 17 Dec 13

Denzil D says...

CaptainPC wrote:
Hornet Cornet wrote:
Right you under-performing players, TAKE SOME RESPONSIBILITY. Start playing to your potential and take some pride in wearing the Watford shirt.
If you were in their position would you?

I wouldn't cos I'd have absolute no connection to the club or community.

I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages.The players we have now are journeyman, they know this is their level and have been fortunate to get good contracts.....

How much garbage will you put up with befor you dissent from this Pozzo nightmare.....

I reckon they'll dig up David Pleat, just to see how much they can take the pee out of you people....
"I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages"...I can believe you'd do that, PC.

Did you see any Watford games last season and have you met any of these players in the community, so you could judge their commitment to the club?
Sure, this season is not working out and the reasons are probably down to many different factors. Debating these are what true fans on these forums do.
You are welcome to your cynical opinion that our foreign owners and 'journeymen' Carlos-kick-a-baller
s have destroyed WFC, but that is not the view of very many current supporters.

As the Pozzos are going nowhere, i suggest come back on here in 3/4 years and comment then on what you see. Good idea?
[quote][p][bold]CaptainPC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: Right you under-performing players, TAKE SOME RESPONSIBILITY. Start playing to your potential and take some pride in wearing the Watford shirt.[/p][/quote]If you were in their position would you? I wouldn't cos I'd have absolute no connection to the club or community. I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages.The players we have now are journeyman, they know this is their level and have been fortunate to get good contracts..... How much garbage will you put up with befor you dissent from this Pozzo nightmare..... I reckon they'll dig up David Pleat, just to see how much they can take the pee out of you people....[/p][/quote]"I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages"...I can believe you'd do that, PC. Did you see any Watford games last season and have you met any of these players in the community, so you could judge their commitment to the club? Sure, this season is not working out and the reasons are probably down to many different factors. Debating these are what true fans on these forums do. You are welcome to your cynical opinion that our foreign owners and 'journeymen' Carlos-kick-a-baller s have destroyed WFC, but that is not the view of very many current supporters. As the Pozzos are going nowhere, i suggest come back on here in 3/4 years and comment then on what you see. Good idea? Denzil D

10:32am Tue 17 Dec 13

mkhornet says...

I think that we may need to change our style in the short term just to get out of this division then if/when we go up we can think about playing expansive/sexy football again as players will get more time on the ball. To that end maybe an English manager with a track record of promotion from the Championship would be a good bet but only on a short term contract, I wouldn't touch Holloway with a barge pole but wouldn't mind Warnock (a good track record and when I've heard him speak about Watford he's always been complimentary). Then if promotion is achieved look at bringing in a manager that would suit the premier league who would play an expansive game (probably a foreign one). I think that to get where we want to be and stay there will mean 2 different projects not one.
I think that we may need to change our style in the short term just to get out of this division then if/when we go up we can think about playing expansive/sexy football again as players will get more time on the ball. To that end maybe an English manager with a track record of promotion from the Championship would be a good bet but only on a short term contract, I wouldn't touch Holloway with a barge pole but wouldn't mind Warnock (a good track record and when I've heard him speak about Watford he's always been complimentary). Then if promotion is achieved look at bringing in a manager that would suit the premier league who would play an expansive game (probably a foreign one). I think that to get where we want to be and stay there will mean 2 different projects not one. mkhornet

10:50am Tue 17 Dec 13

parkhouse hornet says...

What has happened to our club in such a short space of time? Last season, we were playing some of the best football I have seen in my 40+ years of watching some very good football and some absolute dross at the Vic.
We were on an exciting journey and pinching ourselves at how quickly things had changed from the days of the knob in a builders helmet.
It is time to regroup and get behind not just the team, but the club. We are being run by proper football people who know what they're doing abd hopefully, this is just a blip on the way to what could be an exciting few years.
The Pozzos are not in it for the love of Watford, they are in it for their own financial gain, which personally I'm more than happy with. Their win is the club achieving massive success, hence we all have the same ultimate target.
Keep the faith. COYH
What has happened to our club in such a short space of time? Last season, we were playing some of the best football I have seen in my 40+ years of watching some very good football and some absolute dross at the Vic. We were on an exciting journey and pinching ourselves at how quickly things had changed from the days of the knob in a builders helmet. It is time to regroup and get behind not just the team, but the club. We are being run by proper football people who know what they're doing abd hopefully, this is just a blip on the way to what could be an exciting few years. The Pozzos are not in it for the love of Watford, they are in it for their own financial gain, which personally I'm more than happy with. Their win is the club achieving massive success, hence we all have the same ultimate target. Keep the faith. COYH parkhouse hornet

11:08am Tue 17 Dec 13

CaptainPC says...

Denzil D wrote:
CaptainPC wrote:
Hornet Cornet wrote:
Right you under-performing players, TAKE SOME RESPONSIBILITY. Start playing to your potential and take some pride in wearing the Watford shirt.
If you were in their position would you?

I wouldn't cos I'd have absolute no connection to the club or community.

I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages.The players we have now are journeyman, they know this is their level and have been fortunate to get good contracts.....

How much garbage will you put up with befor you dissent from this Pozzo nightmare.....

I reckon they'll dig up David Pleat, just to see how much they can take the pee out of you people....
"I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages"...I can believe you'd do that, PC.

Did you see any Watford games last season and have you met any of these players in the community, so you could judge their commitment to the club?
Sure, this season is not working out and the reasons are probably down to many different factors. Debating these are what true fans on these forums do.
You are welcome to your cynical opinion that our foreign owners and 'journeymen' Carlos-kick-a-baller

s have destroyed WFC, but that is not the view of very many current supporters.

As the Pozzos are going nowhere, i suggest come back on here in 3/4 years and comment then on what you see. Good idea?
Surely I'm allowed to comment as I see fit.....

For example at the beginning of the season when Zola was the new Messiah I was commenting that the club was on a downward spiral and I got loads of abuse. Zola was a good footballer and a nice man but he doesn't care about Watford any more than he cared about West ham....

The players are employees...They play for money and like most workers they will do the least they can get away with....(I'm sure someone will say-Ooooh I put in loads of extra hours at my job---That response defines them as an amateur).

Most of the people on here are swayed on a result by result basis......It's the best thing in the world/The worst thing in the world....

I'm a bit sad about how WFC has died but it good that I can make reasonable money backing aginst the ghost that's stolen thair name.....

4/1 in a three horse race where the opponents have lost four home games on the bounce anyone? Welcome to rollover Vicarage Road......
[quote][p][bold]Denzil D[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CaptainPC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: Right you under-performing players, TAKE SOME RESPONSIBILITY. Start playing to your potential and take some pride in wearing the Watford shirt.[/p][/quote]If you were in their position would you? I wouldn't cos I'd have absolute no connection to the club or community. I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages.The players we have now are journeyman, they know this is their level and have been fortunate to get good contracts..... How much garbage will you put up with befor you dissent from this Pozzo nightmare..... I reckon they'll dig up David Pleat, just to see how much they can take the pee out of you people....[/p][/quote]"I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages"...I can believe you'd do that, PC. Did you see any Watford games last season and have you met any of these players in the community, so you could judge their commitment to the club? Sure, this season is not working out and the reasons are probably down to many different factors. Debating these are what true fans on these forums do. You are welcome to your cynical opinion that our foreign owners and 'journeymen' Carlos-kick-a-baller s have destroyed WFC, but that is not the view of very many current supporters. As the Pozzos are going nowhere, i suggest come back on here in 3/4 years and comment then on what you see. Good idea?[/p][/quote]Surely I'm allowed to comment as I see fit..... For example at the beginning of the season when Zola was the new Messiah I was commenting that the club was on a downward spiral and I got loads of abuse. Zola was a good footballer and a nice man but he doesn't care about Watford any more than he cared about West ham.... The players are employees...They play for money and like most workers they will do the least they can get away with....(I'm sure someone will say-Ooooh I put in loads of extra hours at my job---That response defines them as an amateur). Most of the people on here are swayed on a result by result basis......It's the best thing in the world/The worst thing in the world.... I'm a bit sad about how WFC has died but it good that I can make reasonable money backing aginst the ghost that's stolen thair name..... 4/1 in a three horse race where the opponents have lost four home games on the bounce anyone? Welcome to rollover Vicarage Road...... CaptainPC

11:34am Tue 17 Dec 13

Letsalldothecongaforbrittassombalonga says...

CaptainPC wrote:
Denzil D wrote:
CaptainPC wrote:
Hornet Cornet wrote:
Right you under-performing players, TAKE SOME RESPONSIBILITY. Start playing to your potential and take some pride in wearing the Watford shirt.
If you were in their position would you?

I wouldn't cos I'd have absolute no connection to the club or community.

I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages.The players we have now are journeyman, they know this is their level and have been fortunate to get good contracts.....

How much garbage will you put up with befor you dissent from this Pozzo nightmare.....

I reckon they'll dig up David Pleat, just to see how much they can take the pee out of you people....
"I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages"...I can believe you'd do that, PC.

Did you see any Watford games last season and have you met any of these players in the community, so you could judge their commitment to the club?
Sure, this season is not working out and the reasons are probably down to many different factors. Debating these are what true fans on these forums do.
You are welcome to your cynical opinion that our foreign owners and 'journeymen' Carlos-kick-a-baller


s have destroyed WFC, but that is not the view of very many current supporters.

As the Pozzos are going nowhere, i suggest come back on here in 3/4 years and comment then on what you see. Good idea?
Surely I'm allowed to comment as I see fit.....

For example at the beginning of the season when Zola was the new Messiah I was commenting that the club was on a downward spiral and I got loads of abuse. Zola was a good footballer and a nice man but he doesn't care about Watford any more than he cared about West ham....

The players are employees...They play for money and like most workers they will do the least they can get away with....(I'm sure someone will say-Ooooh I put in loads of extra hours at my job---That response defines them as an amateur).

Most of the people on here are swayed on a result by result basis......It's the best thing in the world/The worst thing in the world....

I'm a bit sad about how WFC has died but it good that I can make reasonable money backing aginst the ghost that's stolen thair name.....

4/1 in a three horse race where the opponents have lost four home games on the bounce anyone? Welcome to rollover Vicarage Road......
"the ghost thats stolen thair name"

Wow, what a strange individual you are. Im guessing you still long for the days of ceefax and marathon bars before everything got 'new' and 'change' happened. Bet those words fill you with dread.
As you say at least the one shining light in your gloomy existence is that you can win money on Watford's failure. I bet that vaguely warms the cockles of your heart. Just wondering- What was your reaction to Troy's winner against Leicester? A Yawn?
What defines you as not only amateur but also well into the spectrum is that you neither realise or care how much of a prat you come across as.
Who do you now support then? If it is not Watford then stop posting on here. You just come across as a bitter odd-ball.
Id say go support Boreham Wood or Wealdstone but im actually quite fond of those clubs and wouldnt wish a ghoul like you on them. Get back under your bridge where you can stamp on frogs and torture kittens to your hearts content.
Sad little man
[quote][p][bold]CaptainPC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Denzil D[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CaptainPC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: Right you under-performing players, TAKE SOME RESPONSIBILITY. Start playing to your potential and take some pride in wearing the Watford shirt.[/p][/quote]If you were in their position would you? I wouldn't cos I'd have absolute no connection to the club or community. I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages.The players we have now are journeyman, they know this is their level and have been fortunate to get good contracts..... How much garbage will you put up with befor you dissent from this Pozzo nightmare..... I reckon they'll dig up David Pleat, just to see how much they can take the pee out of you people....[/p][/quote]"I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages"...I can believe you'd do that, PC. Did you see any Watford games last season and have you met any of these players in the community, so you could judge their commitment to the club? Sure, this season is not working out and the reasons are probably down to many different factors. Debating these are what true fans on these forums do. You are welcome to your cynical opinion that our foreign owners and 'journeymen' Carlos-kick-a-baller s have destroyed WFC, but that is not the view of very many current supporters. As the Pozzos are going nowhere, i suggest come back on here in 3/4 years and comment then on what you see. Good idea?[/p][/quote]Surely I'm allowed to comment as I see fit..... For example at the beginning of the season when Zola was the new Messiah I was commenting that the club was on a downward spiral and I got loads of abuse. Zola was a good footballer and a nice man but he doesn't care about Watford any more than he cared about West ham.... The players are employees...They play for money and like most workers they will do the least they can get away with....(I'm sure someone will say-Ooooh I put in loads of extra hours at my job---That response defines them as an amateur). Most of the people on here are swayed on a result by result basis......It's the best thing in the world/The worst thing in the world.... I'm a bit sad about how WFC has died but it good that I can make reasonable money backing aginst the ghost that's stolen thair name..... 4/1 in a three horse race where the opponents have lost four home games on the bounce anyone? Welcome to rollover Vicarage Road......[/p][/quote]"the ghost thats stolen thair name" Wow, what a strange individual you are. Im guessing you still long for the days of ceefax and marathon bars before everything got 'new' and 'change' happened. Bet those words fill you with dread. As you say at least the one shining light in your gloomy existence is that you can win money on Watford's failure. I bet that vaguely warms the cockles of your heart. Just wondering- What was your reaction to Troy's winner against Leicester? A Yawn? What defines you as not only amateur but also well into the spectrum is that you neither realise or care how much of a prat you come across as. Who do you now support then? If it is not Watford then stop posting on here. You just come across as a bitter odd-ball. Id say go support Boreham Wood or Wealdstone but im actually quite fond of those clubs and wouldnt wish a ghoul like you on them. Get back under your bridge where you can stamp on frogs and torture kittens to your hearts content. Sad little man Letsalldothecongaforbrittassombalonga

12:06pm Tue 17 Dec 13

CaptainPC says...

Letsalldothecongafor
brittassombalonga
wrote:
CaptainPC wrote:
Denzil D wrote:
CaptainPC wrote:
Hornet Cornet wrote:
Right you under-performing players, TAKE SOME RESPONSIBILITY. Start playing to your potential and take some pride in wearing the Watford shirt.
If you were in their position would you?

I wouldn't cos I'd have absolute no connection to the club or community.

I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages.The players we have now are journeyman, they know this is their level and have been fortunate to get good contracts.....

How much garbage will you put up with befor you dissent from this Pozzo nightmare.....

I reckon they'll dig up David Pleat, just to see how much they can take the pee out of you people....
"I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages"...I can believe you'd do that, PC.

Did you see any Watford games last season and have you met any of these players in the community, so you could judge their commitment to the club?
Sure, this season is not working out and the reasons are probably down to many different factors. Debating these are what true fans on these forums do.
You are welcome to your cynical opinion that our foreign owners and 'journeymen' Carlos-kick-a-baller



s have destroyed WFC, but that is not the view of very many current supporters.

As the Pozzos are going nowhere, i suggest come back on here in 3/4 years and comment then on what you see. Good idea?
Surely I'm allowed to comment as I see fit.....

For example at the beginning of the season when Zola was the new Messiah I was commenting that the club was on a downward spiral and I got loads of abuse. Zola was a good footballer and a nice man but he doesn't care about Watford any more than he cared about West ham....

The players are employees...They play for money and like most workers they will do the least they can get away with....(I'm sure someone will say-Ooooh I put in loads of extra hours at my job---That response defines them as an amateur).

Most of the people on here are swayed on a result by result basis......It's the best thing in the world/The worst thing in the world....

I'm a bit sad about how WFC has died but it good that I can make reasonable money backing aginst the ghost that's stolen thair name.....

4/1 in a three horse race where the opponents have lost four home games on the bounce anyone? Welcome to rollover Vicarage Road......
"the ghost thats stolen thair name"

Wow, what a strange individual you are. Im guessing you still long for the days of ceefax and marathon bars before everything got 'new' and 'change' happened. Bet those words fill you with dread.
As you say at least the one shining light in your gloomy existence is that you can win money on Watford's failure. I bet that vaguely warms the cockles of your heart. Just wondering- What was your reaction to Troy's winner against Leicester? A Yawn?
What defines you as not only amateur but also well into the spectrum is that you neither realise or care how much of a prat you come across as.
Who do you now support then? If it is not Watford then stop posting on here. You just come across as a bitter odd-ball.
Id say go support Boreham Wood or Wealdstone but im actually quite fond of those clubs and wouldnt wish a ghoul like you on them. Get back under your bridge where you can stamp on frogs and torture kittens to your hearts content.
Sad little man
You don't actually make any sense do you?

What defines you as not only amateur (Unless you know otherwise, I would say that all fans by their nature are amateurs. It's almost a synonym, so yes I am an amateur) but also well into the spectrum ( this doesn't actually mean anything does it?) is that you neither realise or care how much of a prat you come across as. (The care is redundanant here as if I don't realise then I couldn't care, could I?)

Last season WFC were an business entity exploiting the loyalty of supporters whilst playing good and succesful football. Last season WFC were an business entity exploiting the loyalty of supporters whilst playing rubbish football. It's nothing to do with Watford though is it?

THey must be rubbing their hands together, "These people will take ANYTHING".

Serious question what would be the line for you? Change colours? Hire David Pleat? Child sacrifice?

Also my definition of "prat" would not be someone who disagreed with me, but it would include someone who resorts to name calling on a message board.
[quote][p][bold]Letsalldothecongafor brittassombalonga[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CaptainPC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Denzil D[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CaptainPC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: Right you under-performing players, TAKE SOME RESPONSIBILITY. Start playing to your potential and take some pride in wearing the Watford shirt.[/p][/quote]If you were in their position would you? I wouldn't cos I'd have absolute no connection to the club or community. I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages.The players we have now are journeyman, they know this is their level and have been fortunate to get good contracts..... How much garbage will you put up with befor you dissent from this Pozzo nightmare..... I reckon they'll dig up David Pleat, just to see how much they can take the pee out of you people....[/p][/quote]"I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages"...I can believe you'd do that, PC. Did you see any Watford games last season and have you met any of these players in the community, so you could judge their commitment to the club? Sure, this season is not working out and the reasons are probably down to many different factors. Debating these are what true fans on these forums do. You are welcome to your cynical opinion that our foreign owners and 'journeymen' Carlos-kick-a-baller s have destroyed WFC, but that is not the view of very many current supporters. As the Pozzos are going nowhere, i suggest come back on here in 3/4 years and comment then on what you see. Good idea?[/p][/quote]Surely I'm allowed to comment as I see fit..... For example at the beginning of the season when Zola was the new Messiah I was commenting that the club was on a downward spiral and I got loads of abuse. Zola was a good footballer and a nice man but he doesn't care about Watford any more than he cared about West ham.... The players are employees...They play for money and like most workers they will do the least they can get away with....(I'm sure someone will say-Ooooh I put in loads of extra hours at my job---That response defines them as an amateur). Most of the people on here are swayed on a result by result basis......It's the best thing in the world/The worst thing in the world.... I'm a bit sad about how WFC has died but it good that I can make reasonable money backing aginst the ghost that's stolen thair name..... 4/1 in a three horse race where the opponents have lost four home games on the bounce anyone? Welcome to rollover Vicarage Road......[/p][/quote]"the ghost thats stolen thair name" Wow, what a strange individual you are. Im guessing you still long for the days of ceefax and marathon bars before everything got 'new' and 'change' happened. Bet those words fill you with dread. As you say at least the one shining light in your gloomy existence is that you can win money on Watford's failure. I bet that vaguely warms the cockles of your heart. Just wondering- What was your reaction to Troy's winner against Leicester? A Yawn? What defines you as not only amateur but also well into the spectrum is that you neither realise or care how much of a prat you come across as. Who do you now support then? If it is not Watford then stop posting on here. You just come across as a bitter odd-ball. Id say go support Boreham Wood or Wealdstone but im actually quite fond of those clubs and wouldnt wish a ghoul like you on them. Get back under your bridge where you can stamp on frogs and torture kittens to your hearts content. Sad little man[/p][/quote]You don't actually make any sense do you? What defines you as not only amateur (Unless you know otherwise, I would say that all fans by their nature are amateurs. It's almost a synonym, so yes I am an amateur) but also well into the spectrum ( this doesn't actually mean anything does it?) is that you neither realise or care how much of a prat you come across as. (The care is redundanant here as if I don't realise then I couldn't care, could I?) Last season WFC were an business entity exploiting the loyalty of supporters whilst playing good and succesful football. Last season WFC were an business entity exploiting the loyalty of supporters whilst playing rubbish football. It's nothing to do with Watford though is it? THey must be rubbing their hands together, "These people will take ANYTHING". Serious question what would be the line for you? Change colours? Hire David Pleat? Child sacrifice? Also my definition of "prat" would not be someone who disagreed with me, but it would include someone who resorts to name calling on a message board. CaptainPC

12:41pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Denzil D says...

CaptainPC wrote:
Denzil D wrote:
CaptainPC wrote:
Hornet Cornet wrote:
Right you under-performing players, TAKE SOME RESPONSIBILITY. Start playing to your potential and take some pride in wearing the Watford shirt.
If you were in their position would you?

I wouldn't cos I'd have absolute no connection to the club or community.

I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages.The players we have now are journeyman, they know this is their level and have been fortunate to get good contracts.....

How much garbage will you put up with befor you dissent from this Pozzo nightmare.....

I reckon they'll dig up David Pleat, just to see how much they can take the pee out of you people....
"I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages"...I can believe you'd do that, PC.

Did you see any Watford games last season and have you met any of these players in the community, so you could judge their commitment to the club?
Sure, this season is not working out and the reasons are probably down to many different factors. Debating these are what true fans on these forums do.
You are welcome to your cynical opinion that our foreign owners and 'journeymen' Carlos-kick-a-baller


s have destroyed WFC, but that is not the view of very many current supporters.

As the Pozzos are going nowhere, i suggest come back on here in 3/4 years and comment then on what you see. Good idea?
Surely I'm allowed to comment as I see fit.....

For example at the beginning of the season when Zola was the new Messiah I was commenting that the club was on a downward spiral and I got loads of abuse. Zola was a good footballer and a nice man but he doesn't care about Watford any more than he cared about West ham....

The players are employees...They play for money and like most workers they will do the least they can get away with....(I'm sure someone will say-Ooooh I put in loads of extra hours at my job---That response defines them as an amateur).

Most of the people on here are swayed on a result by result basis......It's the best thing in the world/The worst thing in the world....

I'm a bit sad about how WFC has died but it good that I can make reasonable money backing aginst the ghost that's stolen thair name.....

4/1 in a three horse race where the opponents have lost four home games on the bounce anyone? Welcome to rollover Vicarage Road......
I've absolutely no problem with you making your case for 'death of WFC' but for some time now you've had nothing new to say, so your comments are just boring and pointless.
At least you could try to set out an alternative plan for us 'blind' fans that will motivate us to drive those evil Pozzos out of WD18 and reclaim our club's soul?
Win us over with your vision and natural positive energy...then lead us to your glorious (homegrown) future.
[quote][p][bold]CaptainPC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Denzil D[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CaptainPC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: Right you under-performing players, TAKE SOME RESPONSIBILITY. Start playing to your potential and take some pride in wearing the Watford shirt.[/p][/quote]If you were in their position would you? I wouldn't cos I'd have absolute no connection to the club or community. I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages.The players we have now are journeyman, they know this is their level and have been fortunate to get good contracts..... How much garbage will you put up with befor you dissent from this Pozzo nightmare..... I reckon they'll dig up David Pleat, just to see how much they can take the pee out of you people....[/p][/quote]"I would do the absolute bare minimum I could to justify my wages"...I can believe you'd do that, PC. Did you see any Watford games last season and have you met any of these players in the community, so you could judge their commitment to the club? Sure, this season is not working out and the reasons are probably down to many different factors. Debating these are what true fans on these forums do. You are welcome to your cynical opinion that our foreign owners and 'journeymen' Carlos-kick-a-baller s have destroyed WFC, but that is not the view of very many current supporters. As the Pozzos are going nowhere, i suggest come back on here in 3/4 years and comment then on what you see. Good idea?[/p][/quote]Surely I'm allowed to comment as I see fit..... For example at the beginning of the season when Zola was the new Messiah I was commenting that the club was on a downward spiral and I got loads of abuse. Zola was a good footballer and a nice man but he doesn't care about Watford any more than he cared about West ham.... The players are employees...They play for money and like most workers they will do the least they can get away with....(I'm sure someone will say-Ooooh I put in loads of extra hours at my job---That response defines them as an amateur). Most of the people on here are swayed on a result by result basis......It's the best thing in the world/The worst thing in the world.... I'm a bit sad about how WFC has died but it good that I can make reasonable money backing aginst the ghost that's stolen thair name..... 4/1 in a three horse race where the opponents have lost four home games on the bounce anyone? Welcome to rollover Vicarage Road......[/p][/quote]I've absolutely no problem with you making your case for 'death of WFC' but for some time now you've had nothing new to say, so your comments are just boring and pointless. At least you could try to set out an alternative plan for us 'blind' fans that will motivate us to drive those evil Pozzos out of WD18 and reclaim our club's soul? Win us over with your vision and natural positive energy...then lead us to your glorious (homegrown) future. Denzil D

1:20pm Tue 17 Dec 13

CaptainPC says...

Open your eyes and stop going.....That's the future. If you don't like your family and want to have an excuse for getting out every couple of weeks...get another hobby......
Open your eyes and stop going.....That's the future. If you don't like your family and want to have an excuse for getting out every couple of weeks...get another hobby...... CaptainPC

1:23pm Tue 17 Dec 13

JohnnyHornet says...

peter10531089 wrote:
Wow! What a witch hunt mentality there is on this board now! People were calling for Zola's head on this board - not at the ground. Boo's yes shouts of Zola out? No - not at the ground - only here.

As for Deeney - he has played as a lone striker for most of this season and has little or no support - remember the game without him playing? No improvement from his replacements and even less chances created - so be careful what you wish for. As for the suggestion that he only applauds the fans in order to distance himself from his team mates - what utter tripe!

How anyone can extract some type of conspiracy style theory about a player applauding the crowd (who welcomed him back after his spell in the nick - for which he has stated he is so grateful for) is beyond me.

As for the "main man" article - if you recall this was a response to how Deeney would feel this season without the "main man" Vydra - he responded (as most players default over postive response would be) that he was the main man last year as he scored 20 goals himself and led the line and fed Vydra or created chances for him. I would question anyone who would disagree with this - Deeney did look a different player last year as he had someone who looked to link with him.

People criticize Deeney for Twitter but we were all happy with him tweeting when the team were out in Italy in pre season - he might just be quiet because he is gutted about Zola, does feel partly culpable and knows that any comment would simply prompt a feeding frenzy on this and similar forums.
He might just be being quiet because of the sh1te he received on twitter earlier this season.
[quote][p][bold]peter10531089[/bold] wrote: Wow! What a witch hunt mentality there is on this board now! People were calling for Zola's head on this board - not at the ground. Boo's yes shouts of Zola out? No - not at the ground - only here. As for Deeney - he has played as a lone striker for most of this season and has little or no support - remember the game without him playing? No improvement from his replacements and even less chances created - so be careful what you wish for. As for the suggestion that he only applauds the fans in order to distance himself from his team mates - what utter tripe! How anyone can extract some type of conspiracy style theory about a player applauding the crowd (who welcomed him back after his spell in the nick - for which he has stated he is so grateful for) is beyond me. As for the "main man" article - if you recall this was a response to how Deeney would feel this season without the "main man" Vydra - he responded (as most players default over postive response would be) that he was the main man last year as he scored 20 goals himself and led the line and fed Vydra or created chances for him. I would question anyone who would disagree with this - Deeney did look a different player last year as he had someone who looked to link with him. People criticize Deeney for Twitter but we were all happy with him tweeting when the team were out in Italy in pre season - he might just be quiet because he is gutted about Zola, does feel partly culpable and knows that any comment would simply prompt a feeding frenzy on this and similar forums.[/p][/quote]He might just be being quiet because of the sh1te he received on twitter earlier this season. JohnnyHornet

4:31pm Tue 17 Dec 13

SAHornet says...

Letsalldothecongafor
brittassombalonga
wrote:
SAHornet wrote:
Sell Deeney for whatever we can get for him. He's thoroughly divisive and let's face it, not all that good.
The only place I hear about Deeney being divisive is on here.
Not anywhere else. Yes great idea, lets get rid of Deeney and then we will have precisely no-one to put the ball in the back of the net
Conga man, we are coming up to the Jan window with, hopefully a new manager who will bring in new players to add to the potential strikers we already have so if Deeney does go, don't worry, there will be ample replacements and a lot more gifted than Deeney too, He really isn't that good. I'm certain of that.
[quote][p][bold]Letsalldothecongafor brittassombalonga[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: Sell Deeney for whatever we can get for him. He's thoroughly divisive and let's face it, not all that good.[/p][/quote]The only place I hear about Deeney being divisive is on here. Not anywhere else. Yes great idea, lets get rid of Deeney and then we will have precisely no-one to put the ball in the back of the net[/p][/quote]Conga man, we are coming up to the Jan window with, hopefully a new manager who will bring in new players to add to the potential strikers we already have so if Deeney does go, don't worry, there will be ample replacements and a lot more gifted than Deeney too, He really isn't that good. I'm certain of that. SAHornet

4:34pm Tue 17 Dec 13

SAHornet says...

endean2 wrote:
Letsalldothecongafor

brittassombalonga
wrote:
SAHornet wrote:
Sell Deeney for whatever we can get for him. He's thoroughly divisive and let's face it, not all that good.
The only place I hear about Deeney being divisive is on here.
Not anywhere else. Yes great idea, lets get rid of Deeney and then we will have precisely no-one to put the ball in the back of the net
I know you have always been a great fan of Zola, along with legions of other Watford fans, so who would you like to replace him?

as stated before" keep the faith"
I'd like RdiM to be honest but don't know if that's a realistic hope. Clarke also seems like a good catch.
[quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Letsalldothecongafor brittassombalonga[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: Sell Deeney for whatever we can get for him. He's thoroughly divisive and let's face it, not all that good.[/p][/quote]The only place I hear about Deeney being divisive is on here. Not anywhere else. Yes great idea, lets get rid of Deeney and then we will have precisely no-one to put the ball in the back of the net[/p][/quote]I know you have always been a great fan of Zola, along with legions of other Watford fans, so who would you like to replace him? as stated before" keep the faith"[/p][/quote]I'd like RdiM to be honest but don't know if that's a realistic hope. Clarke also seems like a good catch. SAHornet

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