Watford concede yet another late goal to lose at Queens Park Rangers

Mathias Ranegie celebrates giving Watford the lead. Picture: Action Images

Mathias Ranegie celebrates giving Watford the lead. Picture: Action Images

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A brave Watford performance which was laced with quality for large periods went unrewarded as the curse of the late goal struck yet again to give Queens Park Rangers a 2-1 victory at Loftus Road.

Unlike many of the efforts let in after the 85th minute of matches this season, the Hornets let another point slip because they were trying to be positive by committing numbers forward at a corner and get the win that would have moved them to within three points of the play-offs due to results elsewhere. As it is, the gap now stands at six points with Beppe Sannino's men having three to play, including a game in hand.

There were no goals in the first half but Watford were very impressive in the opening half-an-hour, dominating possession and playing with real purpose and confidence.

The best of their chances came in the tenth minute when Troy Deeney forced Rob Green into a good save but Rangers also needed last-gasp challenges from Nedum Onuoha and Armand Traore to prevent Deeney and Daniel Pudil having clear strikes on goal.

But the goal the Hornets so deserved arrived six minutes after the restart when Deeney headed down a Joel Ekstrand delivery and Mathias Ranegie spun away from Richard Dunne to fire home.

The visitors though, were guilty of conceding free-kicks around their penalty area on a number of occasions throughout the match and they were to do it once too often with 14 minutes remaining when Joey Barton curled in the equaliser from inside the D.

Watford almost immediately retook the lead when Nedum Onuoha headed off the line from Almen Abdi but as the visitors sought a win in the closing stages, they were opened up on the counter and Charlie Austin was finally able to curl home a shot from the edge of the penalty area to make mathematically certain of Rangers’ play-off spot.

Sannino hinted that he may make changes following Saturday’s 3-1 win over Ipswich Town but in the end he opted for just two. Marco Cassetti returned from his two-match suspension in place of Tommie Hoban, while Pudil was preferred to Davide Faraoni which meant Albert Riera switched to the right flank.

The same could not be said for the hosts as Harry Redknapp retained only three players who started the 1-0 defeat at Premier League-bound Leicester City – keeper Rob Green, Danny Simpson and Onuoha – although Benoit Assou-Ekotto was suspended after being sent off. Clint Hill, Barton and Kevin Doyle all returned following their respective injury problems.

Watford were quickly out of the blocks and had their first effort after 90 seconds when Riera squared for Lewis McGugan, who hit a first-time shot over the bar from 25 yards.

The Hornets continued to dominate possession in the early stages with Deeney hooking their next attempt from the edge of the penalty area after a free-kick had been nodded down by Ranegie.

The visitors continued to probe with Abdi setting Pudil away down the left side of the penalty area but an under-pressure Deeney was unable to turn the wing-back’s cross on target.

An even better opening came in the tenth minute when Dunne was unable to grow tall enough to get his head onto a Manuel Almunia clearance downfield, inadvertently flicking the ball on into the path of Deeney, who chose to take the shot early and Green had to get down to tip his low right-footed strike from 18 yards behind.

Rangers, playing a 3-4-1-2 formation, had been largely on the back foot but their first attempt came when Austin tried a right-footed curler from the left edge of the penalty area but Almunia was not unduly troubled.

Watford were soon asking questions again though, when Abdi won possession back in midfield and set Deeney away. The striker was unable to open up a shooting opportunity so laid the ball back to McGugan, but he rifled over from 25 yards.

The midfielder then turned creator rather than attempted finisher, playing in a dangerous inswinging cross from the left that Ranegie’s outstretched leg was just unable to connect with. Next Abdi found the advancing Gabriele Angella in space midway inside the Rangers half, he clipped the ball forward, Deeney brought it down but as he was shaping to pull the trigger Onuoha got back to clear behind for the Hornets’ fifth corner of the half so far.

The pressure continued on Green’s goal with McGugan having another strike, this time on the turn from the left side of the area deflected behind before he saw a right-footed curler held with relative ease by the Rangers keeper. In between times though, Almunia had to be watchful to hold onto a dipping Simpson angled volley after Austin had gone down in the area after being held off by Cassetti, with referee James Linington immediately waving away any claims for a penalty.

The home side then needed Traore to come to their rescue, making a superb last-ditch challenge to prevent Pudil having a clear shot on goal after Watford had opened up Rangers far too easily on the counter - Almunia catching a Joey Barton corner and then rolling the ball to Ekstrand who just waited for his moment to play in his teammate as he accelerated into space upfield.

Redknapp’s side had finally started to cause some problems as the opening half drew to a close and they had an opportunity three minutes before the break after McGugan committed a foul towards the right edge of the area, but Ravel Morrison fired the free-kick over the top.

The home side had another opportunity from almost exactly the same position, again after another McGugan foul, and Tom Carroll took the set piece on this occasion, curling a left-footed effort towards the far post where Almunia was forced to punch to safety to ensure the game remained goalless at the interval.

It took the Hornets less than a minute to create their first chance after the restart, Angella crossing from the right and Ranegie nodding the ball back to Abdi, who hooked his first-time left-footed finish over the top.

Soon after, the visitors attacked three-on-three with Abdi slipping the ball to Deeney, who crossed towards the back post where Ranegie had peeled off into space. He headed back across the six-yard area, taking Green out of the game but Barton did just enough to prevent Deeney from getting on the end of it.

The goal the Hornets so richly deserved nearly arrived in the 50th minute when a quickly-taken Daniel Tozser free-kick caught Rangers napping and Deeney connected superbly with a rising drive which Green had to athletically palm over.

With their next opportunity though, Watford were to finally convert all their good approach work into the lead.

Ekstrand played a delivery towards the back post where Deeney got up well to win a header and cushion it back into the path of Ranegie who spun Dunne before firing a left-footed finish beyond Green to make it 1-0.

Abdi sliced an effort over the top as the Hornets pressed for a quick second but the visitors then picked up a rash of bookings, Riera, Ranegie and Abdi all seeing yellow within four minutes of each other for fouls on Carroll, Onuoha and Morrison respectively.

Sannino made his first move after 62 minutes, freshening up the midfield by replacing McGugan with Cristian Battocchio, before Morrison forced Almunia to hold a drive from the edge of the area after showing good skill to beat four opponents.

Rangers were beginning to up the ante midway through the second half and Pudil needed to make a vital clearance from just in front of his goalline to clear an Austin header before Redknapp made a double change, replacing Doyle and Simpson with Bobby Zamora and Junior Hoilett.

Almunia was forced into action again in the 75th minute, springing to his left to push away an Austin shot after a lapse from Angella had given the striker the chance to get the ball under control.

The Hornets had been guilty of giving away free-kicks in dangerous positions and it was to prove their undoing in the 76th minute.

This time Ranegie was the guilty party, committing a foul on the D and Almunia was left rooted as Barton curled a right-footed set piece into the net to make it 1-1.

Rangers were very almost not level for long though. Watford attacked straight from the kick-off and Deeney worked the ball over to the left side of the penalty area where Battocchio knocked it back to Abdi, who saw his attempted right-footed finish headed off the line and over the bar by Onuoha.

Austin was booked with five minutes remaining for clattering into the back of Riera before the Hornets suffered the agony of conceding yet another late goal, although this was predominantly caused by their desire to try and win the game.

Having forced a couple of corners, the visitors were caught with bodies upfield as Rangers countered, at one stage having five-against-one when the ball was worked to the left side of the pitch. Ekstrand and Battocchio managed to get back to make challenges and it looked like the threat might be averted, but the ball fell to Austin on the edge of the area and he curled a right-footed shot past Almunia to score what proved to be the winner.

The scorer was immediately replaced by Karl Henry as the Hornets were left to collectively trudge from the pitch with their heads down at the final whistle, wondering what might have been.

Queens Park Rangers: Green; Onuoha, Dunne, Hill; Simpson (Hoilett 73), Barton, Carroll, Traore; Morrison; Austin (Henry 90), Doyle (Zamora 73). Not used: Murphy, Keane, Yun, Hughes.

Watford: Almunia; Angella, Cassetti, Ekstrand; Riera, Abdi, Tozser, McGugan (Battocchio 62), Pudil; Deeney, Ranegie. Not used: Bond, Merkel, Doyley, Murray, Faraoni, Hoban.

Bookings: Riera for a foul on Carroll (56); Ranegie for a foul on Onuoha (58); Abdi for a foul on Morrison (60); Austin for a foul on Riera (85).

Attendance: 16,951 (1,773 away).

Referee: James Linington.

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5:27pm Mon 21 Apr 14

endean2 says...

NO NO NO NO
If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves

on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe
his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play
out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER
get promo with this mental/physical block.
right lots and lots of whisky now.
NO NO NO NO If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER get promo with this mental/physical block. right lots and lots of whisky now. endean2
  • Score: -40

5:31pm Mon 21 Apr 14

JonBoy says...

endean2 wrote:
NO NO NO NO
If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves

on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe
his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play
out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER
get promo with this mental/physical block.
right lots and lots of whisky now.
Have to disagree. They had to go for the win and commit players forward, we were caught on the counter. Good finish by Austin.
[quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: NO NO NO NO If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER get promo with this mental/physical block. right lots and lots of whisky now.[/p][/quote]Have to disagree. They had to go for the win and commit players forward, we were caught on the counter. Good finish by Austin. JonBoy
  • Score: 28

5:35pm Mon 21 Apr 14

sammyboy567 says...

We need Strikers ! NO strikers on the bench that just seems ridiculous to me !
Roll on next season. Keep Tozser and Riera if we can. Keep Deeney or get at least £8 million for him and if Vydra comes back with the team we have got. Then promotion would be really possible... IF WE SORTED OUT THOSE ******* LATE GOALS OUT.
We need Strikers ! NO strikers on the bench that just seems ridiculous to me ! Roll on next season. Keep Tozser and Riera if we can. Keep Deeney or get at least £8 million for him and if Vydra comes back with the team we have got. Then promotion would be really possible... IF WE SORTED OUT THOSE ******* LATE GOALS OUT. sammyboy567
  • Score: 18

5:38pm Mon 21 Apr 14

holtonian says...

We outplayed Rangers, Beppe has done a good job, nobody can beat lady luck and this season we had little of that. Our side is very close to being a formidable force. Lucky Rangers on the day.
We outplayed Rangers, Beppe has done a good job, nobody can beat lady luck and this season we had little of that. Our side is very close to being a formidable force. Lucky Rangers on the day. holtonian
  • Score: 30

5:42pm Mon 21 Apr 14

Bush Hornet says...

Fans were good today. Players were well drilled and worked hard without reward. Good goal by Ranegie but it's all over now. Players & fans deserved more today (oh yeah, dodgy refereeing esp in 2nd half. Clear penalty). QPR weren't good and shouldn't go up. Love the 'orns
Fans were good today. Players were well drilled and worked hard without reward. Good goal by Ranegie but it's all over now. Players & fans deserved more today (oh yeah, dodgy refereeing esp in 2nd half. Clear penalty). QPR weren't good and shouldn't go up. Love the 'orns Bush Hornet
  • Score: 9

5:43pm Mon 21 Apr 14

Penrice says...

Truly a world record of late concessions that will never be surpassed. For once though, at least this one didn't come about through yet another misguided 'backs-to-the-wall' attempt.

Next season, can WE have a few ourselves please?????????????

Can't wait for this infuriating season to end.
Truly a world record of late concessions that will never be surpassed. For once though, at least this one didn't come about through yet another misguided 'backs-to-the-wall' attempt. Next season, can WE have a few ourselves please????????????? Can't wait for this infuriating season to end. Penrice
  • Score: 10

5:43pm Mon 21 Apr 14

WessexLad says...

Disapppointed that, for fresh legs, we made only the one sub. Surely Merkel for Abdi and Faraoni for Riera would have been worth a gamble?
Disapppointed that, for fresh legs, we made only the one sub. Surely Merkel for Abdi and Faraoni for Riera would have been worth a gamble? WessexLad
  • Score: 6

5:46pm Mon 21 Apr 14

Andrew1963 says...

This season was lost October - December. Better to go up automatic with a team and squad capable of surviving in the Premier league. So let's hope core of squad remains, rather than last two summers of wholesale turnover. The core of any good team is keeper, centre half and centre forward. Potentially three new faces there though!
This season was lost October - December. Better to go up automatic with a team and squad capable of surviving in the Premier league. So let's hope core of squad remains, rather than last two summers of wholesale turnover. The core of any good team is keeper, centre half and centre forward. Potentially three new faces there though! Andrew1963
  • Score: 12

5:46pm Mon 21 Apr 14

sammyboy567 says...

Might be a stuipid comment, but i sometimes think about it. If the pozzo's want us to get promoted so badly why don't they just bring over top quality players. like first team players ?
Might be a stuipid comment, but i sometimes think about it. If the pozzo's want us to get promoted so badly why don't they just bring over top quality players. like first team players ? sammyboy567
  • Score: -24

5:48pm Mon 21 Apr 14

ralear49 says...

endean2 wrote:
NO NO NO NO If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER get promo with this mental/physical block. right lots and lots of whisky now.
did you read the report before you reeacted? What use would one point have been?
[quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: NO NO NO NO If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER get promo with this mental/physical block. right lots and lots of whisky now.[/p][/quote]did you read the report before you reeacted? What use would one point have been? ralear49
  • Score: 11

5:58pm Mon 21 Apr 14

Hornankey says...

The mid-season slump cost us - consecutive home defeats that lost us ground which we have never caught up. Let's use the final three games to showcase our skills and scare all for next season!
The mid-season slump cost us - consecutive home defeats that lost us ground which we have never caught up. Let's use the final three games to showcase our skills and scare all for next season! Hornankey
  • Score: 12

6:04pm Mon 21 Apr 14

hogweed says...

I was watching the promotion party at Burnley and it made me feel positively sick. That must have been the worst sacking in the history of Watford FC. What progress have we made with the Pozzo's? No better than 11th under Bassinii.

I like Beppe but is he the guy to take us up as he has been unable to stem the flow of last minute goals. Also maybe the Pozzo's may buy a player or two rather than these incessant loans and free transfers.

Hog out
I was watching the promotion party at Burnley and it made me feel positively sick. That must have been the worst sacking in the history of Watford FC. What progress have we made with the Pozzo's? No better than 11th under Bassinii. I like Beppe but is he the guy to take us up as he has been unable to stem the flow of last minute goals. Also maybe the Pozzo's may buy a player or two rather than these incessant loans and free transfers. Hog out hogweed
  • Score: -64

6:06pm Mon 21 Apr 14

endean2 says...

ralear49 wrote:
endean2 wrote:
NO NO NO NO If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER get promo with this mental/physical block. right lots and lots of whisky now.
did you read the report before you reeacted? What use would one point have been?
I did not over reeact as you said, simply expressed a viewpoint.
so your happy with our inability to manage a game out?

no, I did the sums and knew that we wanted a win but not necessarily
at the cost of another last minute defeat.
[quote][p][bold]ralear49[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: NO NO NO NO If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER get promo with this mental/physical block. right lots and lots of whisky now.[/p][/quote]did you read the report before you reeacted? What use would one point have been?[/p][/quote]I did not over reeact as you said, simply expressed a viewpoint. so your happy with our inability to manage a game out? no, I did the sums and knew that we wanted a win but not necessarily at the cost of another last minute defeat. endean2
  • Score: -7

6:24pm Mon 21 Apr 14

rayman01 says...

We should pe proud of the team and fans today. Gave it a real go. Can't see QPR getting through play-offs. 'Old 'Arry will be out of job soon and they will be stung by FFP rules. At least our future looks brighter if we keep core qualityplayers. The future remains golden boys. Luv the Horns!
We should pe proud of the team and fans today. Gave it a real go. Can't see QPR getting through play-offs. 'Old 'Arry will be out of job soon and they will be stung by FFP rules. At least our future looks brighter if we keep core qualityplayers. The future remains golden boys. Luv the Horns! rayman01
  • Score: 22

6:41pm Mon 21 Apr 14

Hornankey says...

rayman01 wrote:
We should pe proud of the team and fans today. Gave it a real go. Can't see QPR getting through play-offs. 'Old 'Arry will be out of job soon and they will be stung by FFP rules. At least our future looks brighter if we keep core qualityplayers. The future remains golden boys. Luv the Horns!
Absolutely right. Rather be in our shoes than QPR's.
[quote][p][bold]rayman01[/bold] wrote: We should pe proud of the team and fans today. Gave it a real go. Can't see QPR getting through play-offs. 'Old 'Arry will be out of job soon and they will be stung by FFP rules. At least our future looks brighter if we keep core qualityplayers. The future remains golden boys. Luv the Horns![/p][/quote]Absolutely right. Rather be in our shoes than QPR's. Hornankey
  • Score: 11

6:43pm Mon 21 Apr 14

gloryhornet4 says...

hogweed wrote:
I was watching the promotion party at Burnley and it made me feel positively sick. That must have been the worst sacking in the history of Watford FC. What progress have we made with the Pozzo's? No better than 11th under Bassinii.

I like Beppe but is he the guy to take us up as he has been unable to stem the flow of last minute goals. Also maybe the Pozzo's may buy a player or two rather than these incessant loans and free transfers.

Hog out
For once Hog is right, but hindsight gets you nowhere.

Seems we are the best academy for Prem Lg managers there is
Betty Buck McPie Dychie.

Having one's cake and eating it was not poss. Our wonderful former owner barred from "football" - Sean is one of the best out there - if not the best as he can turn sh*t into a banquet meal - only spent money on one player at Burnley - £400k. 23 players used all season in the league.

I wish Sean was still around and thought he was the right man to appoint. Manages budgets and excellent at bringing payers on.

However, the Pozzo come as a package - mistakes and all.
[quote][p][bold]hogweed[/bold] wrote: I was watching the promotion party at Burnley and it made me feel positively sick. That must have been the worst sacking in the history of Watford FC. What progress have we made with the Pozzo's? No better than 11th under Bassinii. I like Beppe but is he the guy to take us up as he has been unable to stem the flow of last minute goals. Also maybe the Pozzo's may buy a player or two rather than these incessant loans and free transfers. Hog out[/p][/quote]For once Hog is right, but hindsight gets you nowhere. Seems we are the best academy for Prem Lg managers there is Betty Buck McPie Dychie. Having one's cake and eating it was not poss. Our wonderful former owner barred from "football" - Sean is one of the best out there - if not the best as he can turn sh*t into a banquet meal - only spent money on one player at Burnley - £400k. 23 players used all season in the league. I wish Sean was still around and thought he was the right man to appoint. Manages budgets and excellent at bringing payers on. However, the Pozzo come as a package - mistakes and all. gloryhornet4
  • Score: -6

6:44pm Mon 21 Apr 14

BryantheOrn says...

hogweed wrote:
I was watching the promotion party at Burnley and it made me feel positively sick. That must have been the worst sacking in the history of Watford FC. What progress have we made with the Pozzo's? No better than 11th under Bassinii.

I like Beppe but is he the guy to take us up as he has been unable to stem the flow of last minute goals. Also maybe the Pozzo's may buy a player or two rather than these incessant loans and free transfers.

Hog out
Time for you to pi55 off up the M1 Hog, they must be due to go bankrupt again. The Pozzos know how to run a club.
[quote][p][bold]hogweed[/bold] wrote: I was watching the promotion party at Burnley and it made me feel positively sick. That must have been the worst sacking in the history of Watford FC. What progress have we made with the Pozzo's? No better than 11th under Bassinii. I like Beppe but is he the guy to take us up as he has been unable to stem the flow of last minute goals. Also maybe the Pozzo's may buy a player or two rather than these incessant loans and free transfers. Hog out[/p][/quote]Time for you to pi55 off up the M1 Hog, they must be due to go bankrupt again. The Pozzos know how to run a club. BryantheOrn
  • Score: 12

6:49pm Mon 21 Apr 14

SAHornet says...

Much of the football we played today was silky smooth and a real treat on the eye. Shows Beppe and many of the players have come on a lot. I now feel that I would like to see him given a full go next season. I think we outplayed Rangers for much of that game and that sheer tiredness beat us in the end. Man, you guys that went today made a lot of noise. Heard you all the match here in Sarf Africa - well done everyone.
Much of the football we played today was silky smooth and a real treat on the eye. Shows Beppe and many of the players have come on a lot. I now feel that I would like to see him given a full go next season. I think we outplayed Rangers for much of that game and that sheer tiredness beat us in the end. Man, you guys that went today made a lot of noise. Heard you all the match here in Sarf Africa - well done everyone. SAHornet
  • Score: 18

6:51pm Mon 21 Apr 14

weeblehorn says...

Please, Please, Please bring back Vydra Pozzo's, if we do then surely prem next season.
Please, Please, Please bring back Vydra Pozzo's, if we do then surely prem next season. weeblehorn
  • Score: 11

6:55pm Mon 21 Apr 14

djwatford says...

This manager isn't good enough.
They lost today because the players were so tired at the end and BS(rather apt initials for this manager)refused to make substitutions.A rookie error by an "experienced" coach.
There is no point going on about Dyche.Great guy who has done brilliantly this season-good luck to him.The football under Zola last season was brilliant and we should never forget that.
The Pozzos have done many excellent things for us and they really need to make the correct appointment next month.The squad must be better constructed going into next season.
Let's hope they get it right.
This manager isn't good enough. They lost today because the players were so tired at the end and BS(rather apt initials for this manager)refused to make substitutions.A rookie error by an "experienced" coach. There is no point going on about Dyche.Great guy who has done brilliantly this season-good luck to him.The football under Zola last season was brilliant and we should never forget that. The Pozzos have done many excellent things for us and they really need to make the correct appointment next month.The squad must be better constructed going into next season. Let's hope they get it right. djwatford
  • Score: -31

6:56pm Mon 21 Apr 14

endean2 says...

SAHornet wrote:
Much of the football we played today was silky smooth and a real treat on the eye. Shows Beppe and many of the players have come on a lot. I now feel that I would like to see him given a full go next season. I think we outplayed Rangers for much of that game and that sheer tiredness beat us in the end. Man, you guys that went today made a lot of noise. Heard you all the match here in Sarf Africa - well done everyone.
sheer tiredness beat us? how about them then, simply

does not make sense your comment.
[quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: Much of the football we played today was silky smooth and a real treat on the eye. Shows Beppe and many of the players have come on a lot. I now feel that I would like to see him given a full go next season. I think we outplayed Rangers for much of that game and that sheer tiredness beat us in the end. Man, you guys that went today made a lot of noise. Heard you all the match here in Sarf Africa - well done everyone.[/p][/quote]sheer tiredness beat us? how about them then, simply does not make sense your comment. endean2
  • Score: -13

6:57pm Mon 21 Apr 14

hogweed says...

BryantheOrn wrote:
hogweed wrote: I was watching the promotion party at Burnley and it made me feel positively sick. That must have been the worst sacking in the history of Watford FC. What progress have we made with the Pozzo's? No better than 11th under Bassinii. I like Beppe but is he the guy to take us up as he has been unable to stem the flow of last minute goals. Also maybe the Pozzo's may buy a player or two rather than these incessant loans and free transfers. Hog out
Time for you to pi55 off up the M1 Hog, they must be due to go bankrupt again. The Pozzos know how to run a club.
How do the Pozzo's know how to run a club? Where's the evidence you T"""er.
Brilliant sacking of Dyche is stunning evidence of how to run a club.

Hog out
[quote][p][bold]BryantheOrn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hogweed[/bold] wrote: I was watching the promotion party at Burnley and it made me feel positively sick. That must have been the worst sacking in the history of Watford FC. What progress have we made with the Pozzo's? No better than 11th under Bassinii. I like Beppe but is he the guy to take us up as he has been unable to stem the flow of last minute goals. Also maybe the Pozzo's may buy a player or two rather than these incessant loans and free transfers. Hog out[/p][/quote]Time for you to pi55 off up the M1 Hog, they must be due to go bankrupt again. The Pozzos know how to run a club.[/p][/quote]How do the Pozzo's know how to run a club? Where's the evidence you T"""er. Brilliant sacking of Dyche is stunning evidence of how to run a club. Hog out hogweed
  • Score: -37

7:11pm Mon 21 Apr 14

allgood says...

This squad is full of quality but just not fit enough to see out 90 minutes.
I listened to Three Counties but had to go out with 20 minutes to play just as Derek Payne was saying they looked dead on their feet. So I was not at all surprised to get home and find out QPR had got the two goals needed to win the game and end our season. Only objective now is to finish in the top half of the table and beat the 11th place of the last pre Pozzo season.
This squad is full of quality but just not fit enough to see out 90 minutes. I listened to Three Counties but had to go out with 20 minutes to play just as Derek Payne was saying they looked dead on their feet. So I was not at all surprised to get home and find out QPR had got the two goals needed to win the game and end our season. Only objective now is to finish in the top half of the table and beat the 11th place of the last pre Pozzo season. allgood
  • Score: 1

7:24pm Mon 21 Apr 14

anywayasiwasaying says...

endean2 wrote:
NO NO NO NO
If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves

on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe
his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play
out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER
get promo with this mental/physical block.
right lots and lots of whisky now.
Another well thought out and objective comment from that annoying and irritating end of a bell. You were not there today, not sure you actually go to any games as you are always in with an early comment,,,,,and you live in the land of the Wurzels. Great football today, outclassed Rangers and lost because we were ultra positive going for the win...on another day we may have set up to keep the hard earned point but today a point wasn't enough. Following on from the Ipswich performance we have put together two excellent back to back displays. Fans were brilliant today unlike some of the negative little snipers on this site.
[quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: NO NO NO NO If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER get promo with this mental/physical block. right lots and lots of whisky now.[/p][/quote]Another well thought out and objective comment from that annoying and irritating end of a bell. You were not there today, not sure you actually go to any games as you are always in with an early comment,,,,,and you live in the land of the Wurzels. Great football today, outclassed Rangers and lost because we were ultra positive going for the win...on another day we may have set up to keep the hard earned point but today a point wasn't enough. Following on from the Ipswich performance we have put together two excellent back to back displays. Fans were brilliant today unlike some of the negative little snipers on this site. anywayasiwasaying
  • Score: 22

7:35pm Mon 21 Apr 14

Keith Eddy says...

We played some great football today and with a little luck would have been 3-0 up before they scored. Yes we could have brought on more fresh legs but not having attacking options on the bench may be the reason we didn't . Got to say if I supported QPR I would be embarrassed they must be the worst fans in the Championship. The first sound they made was when they scored and then gave it the big in, Wan?ers
We played some great football today and with a little luck would have been 3-0 up before they scored. Yes we could have brought on more fresh legs but not having attacking options on the bench may be the reason we didn't . Got to say if I supported QPR I would be embarrassed they must be the worst fans in the Championship. The first sound they made was when they scored and then gave it the big in, Wan?ers Keith Eddy
  • Score: 9

7:45pm Mon 21 Apr 14

matey_from_brighton says...

endean2 wrote:
ralear49 wrote:
endean2 wrote:
NO NO NO NO If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER get promo with this mental/physical block. right lots and lots of whisky now.
did you read the report before you reeacted? What use would one point have been?
I did not over reeact as you said, simply expressed a viewpoint.
so your happy with our inability to manage a game out?

no, I did the sums and knew that we wanted a win but not necessarily
at the cost of another last minute defeat.
well you have the choice, go for 3pts and risk losing one or sit back and take the single point. We went for it and it didn't come off but going for 3 was the only option in our position (and lets face it we just cannot see out the last few minutes when sitting back) - both teams had chances at 1-1 it could have gone either way. annoying to keep letting in late goals but you cant really blame the manager too much today.
[quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ralear49[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: NO NO NO NO If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER get promo with this mental/physical block. right lots and lots of whisky now.[/p][/quote]did you read the report before you reeacted? What use would one point have been?[/p][/quote]I did not over reeact as you said, simply expressed a viewpoint. so your happy with our inability to manage a game out? no, I did the sums and knew that we wanted a win but not necessarily at the cost of another last minute defeat.[/p][/quote]well you have the choice, go for 3pts and risk losing one or sit back and take the single point. We went for it and it didn't come off but going for 3 was the only option in our position (and lets face it we just cannot see out the last few minutes when sitting back) - both teams had chances at 1-1 it could have gone either way. annoying to keep letting in late goals but you cant really blame the manager too much today. matey_from_brighton
  • Score: 8

7:50pm Mon 21 Apr 14

BryantheOrn says...

hogweed wrote:
BryantheOrn wrote:
hogweed wrote: I was watching the promotion party at Burnley and it made me feel positively sick. That must have been the worst sacking in the history of Watford FC. What progress have we made with the Pozzo's? No better than 11th under Bassinii. I like Beppe but is he the guy to take us up as he has been unable to stem the flow of last minute goals. Also maybe the Pozzo's may buy a player or two rather than these incessant loans and free transfers. Hog out
Time for you to pi55 off up the M1 Hog, they must be due to go bankrupt again. The Pozzos know how to run a club.
How do the Pozzo's know how to run a club? Where's the evidence you T"""er.
Brilliant sacking of Dyche is stunning evidence of how to run a club.

Hog out
Plenty of evidence here,Spain and Italy. Anyway saddo, press the replay button to watch the Burnley party again. Not much chance of Baz getting another chance, so time for you to go Hog.
[quote][p][bold]hogweed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BryantheOrn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hogweed[/bold] wrote: I was watching the promotion party at Burnley and it made me feel positively sick. That must have been the worst sacking in the history of Watford FC. What progress have we made with the Pozzo's? No better than 11th under Bassinii. I like Beppe but is he the guy to take us up as he has been unable to stem the flow of last minute goals. Also maybe the Pozzo's may buy a player or two rather than these incessant loans and free transfers. Hog out[/p][/quote]Time for you to pi55 off up the M1 Hog, they must be due to go bankrupt again. The Pozzos know how to run a club.[/p][/quote]How do the Pozzo's know how to run a club? Where's the evidence you T"""er. Brilliant sacking of Dyche is stunning evidence of how to run a club. Hog out[/p][/quote]Plenty of evidence here,Spain and Italy. Anyway saddo, press the replay button to watch the Burnley party again. Not much chance of Baz getting another chance, so time for you to go Hog. BryantheOrn
  • Score: 6

8:00pm Mon 21 Apr 14

andyandyandy says...

Hogweed. Total tool
Hogweed. Total tool andyandyandy
  • Score: 19

8:01pm Mon 21 Apr 14

GarstonHorn says...

hogweed wrote:
I was watching the promotion party at Burnley and it made me feel positively sick. That must have been the worst sacking in the history of Watford FC. What progress have we made with the Pozzo's? No better than 11th under Bassinii.

I like Beppe but is he the guy to take us up as he has been unable to stem the flow of last minute goals. Also maybe the Pozzo's may buy a player or two rather than these incessant loans and free transfers.

Hog out
you absolute fool, we are making superb progress off the pitch, new east stand being built, new training pitches etc...
On the pitch, Beppe has taken a while to get going and implement his syle but today i saw us totally out football a QPR side whose wage bill must be at least 20 times ours. Give the man a full preseason (as we can all see half the side arent fit enough) plus a few decent signings in key positions and i think we can push for automatic next season
[quote][p][bold]hogweed[/bold] wrote: I was watching the promotion party at Burnley and it made me feel positively sick. That must have been the worst sacking in the history of Watford FC. What progress have we made with the Pozzo's? No better than 11th under Bassinii. I like Beppe but is he the guy to take us up as he has been unable to stem the flow of last minute goals. Also maybe the Pozzo's may buy a player or two rather than these incessant loans and free transfers. Hog out[/p][/quote]you absolute fool, we are making superb progress off the pitch, new east stand being built, new training pitches etc... On the pitch, Beppe has taken a while to get going and implement his syle but today i saw us totally out football a QPR side whose wage bill must be at least 20 times ours. Give the man a full preseason (as we can all see half the side arent fit enough) plus a few decent signings in key positions and i think we can push for automatic next season GarstonHorn
  • Score: 24

8:02pm Mon 21 Apr 14

grahamwfc says...

endean2 wrote:
SAHornet wrote:
Much of the football we played today was silky smooth and a real treat on the eye. Shows Beppe and many of the players have come on a lot. I now feel that I would like to see him given a full go next season. I think we outplayed Rangers for much of that game and that sheer tiredness beat us in the end. Man, you guys that went today made a lot of noise. Heard you all the match here in Sarf Africa - well done everyone.
sheer tiredness beat us? how about them then, simply

does not make sense your comment.
"How about them then"
The difference was you idiot they were able to make 8 changes from the Leicester game where they rested their best players.
Can you understand that????
[quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: Much of the football we played today was silky smooth and a real treat on the eye. Shows Beppe and many of the players have come on a lot. I now feel that I would like to see him given a full go next season. I think we outplayed Rangers for much of that game and that sheer tiredness beat us in the end. Man, you guys that went today made a lot of noise. Heard you all the match here in Sarf Africa - well done everyone.[/p][/quote]sheer tiredness beat us? how about them then, simply does not make sense your comment.[/p][/quote]"How about them then" The difference was you idiot they were able to make 8 changes from the Leicester game where they rested their best players. Can you understand that???? grahamwfc
  • Score: 16

8:03pm Mon 21 Apr 14

WessexLad says...

New owners, new manager; it's their prerogative.

So the real choice was Dyche + administration (assuming he would have stayed) or Pozzos + Zola/Bassini. With hindsight, Zola + Bassini as a defensive coach might have been the ideal, but that may never have been on the table.

If we can keep the current squad together, we are more than capable of bouncing back from disappointment, as Leicester did, and taking the Championship by storm next year. COYH!
New owners, new manager; it's their prerogative. So the real choice was Dyche + administration (assuming he would have stayed) or Pozzos + Zola/Bassini. With hindsight, Zola + Bassini as a defensive coach might have been the ideal, but that may never have been on the table. If we can keep the current squad together, we are more than capable of bouncing back from disappointment, as Leicester did, and taking the Championship by storm next year. COYH! WessexLad
  • Score: 1

8:13pm Mon 21 Apr 14

BryantheOrn says...

WessexLad wrote:
New owners, new manager; it's their prerogative.

So the real choice was Dyche + administration (assuming he would have stayed) or Pozzos + Zola/Bassini. With hindsight, Zola + Bassini as a defensive coach might have been the ideal, but that may never have been on the table.

If we can keep the current squad together, we are more than capable of bouncing back from disappointment, as Leicester did, and taking the Championship by storm next year. COYH!
Read this again Wessex and amend quickly, think I know what you're saying.
[quote][p][bold]WessexLad[/bold] wrote: New owners, new manager; it's their prerogative. So the real choice was Dyche + administration (assuming he would have stayed) or Pozzos + Zola/Bassini. With hindsight, Zola + Bassini as a defensive coach might have been the ideal, but that may never have been on the table. If we can keep the current squad together, we are more than capable of bouncing back from disappointment, as Leicester did, and taking the Championship by storm next year. COYH![/p][/quote]Read this again Wessex and amend quickly, think I know what you're saying. BryantheOrn
  • Score: 1

8:26pm Mon 21 Apr 14

WessexLad says...

BryantheOrn wrote:
WessexLad wrote:
New owners, new manager; it's their prerogative.

So the real choice was Dyche + administration (assuming he would have stayed) or Pozzos + Zola/Bassini. With hindsight, Zola + Bassini as a defensive coach might have been the ideal, but that may never have been on the table.

If we can keep the current squad together, we are more than capable of bouncing back from disappointment, as Leicester did, and taking the Championship by storm next year. COYH!
Read this again Wessex and amend quickly, think I know what you're saying.
Read it again. What's your problem?
[quote][p][bold]BryantheOrn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]WessexLad[/bold] wrote: New owners, new manager; it's their prerogative. So the real choice was Dyche + administration (assuming he would have stayed) or Pozzos + Zola/Bassini. With hindsight, Zola + Bassini as a defensive coach might have been the ideal, but that may never have been on the table. If we can keep the current squad together, we are more than capable of bouncing back from disappointment, as Leicester did, and taking the Championship by storm next year. COYH![/p][/quote]Read this again Wessex and amend quickly, think I know what you're saying.[/p][/quote]Read it again. What's your problem? WessexLad
  • Score: 0

8:33pm Mon 21 Apr 14

BryantheOrn says...

WessexLad wrote:
BryantheOrn wrote:
WessexLad wrote:
New owners, new manager; it's their prerogative.

So the real choice was Dyche + administration (assuming he would have stayed) or Pozzos + Zola/Bassini. With hindsight, Zola + Bassini as a defensive coach might have been the ideal, but that may never have been on the table.

If we can keep the current squad together, we are more than capable of bouncing back from disappointment, as Leicester did, and taking the Championship by storm next year. COYH!
Read this again Wessex and amend quickly, think I know what you're saying.
Read it again. What's your problem?
The problem is having Bassini as defensive coach???
[quote][p][bold]WessexLad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BryantheOrn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]WessexLad[/bold] wrote: New owners, new manager; it's their prerogative. So the real choice was Dyche + administration (assuming he would have stayed) or Pozzos + Zola/Bassini. With hindsight, Zola + Bassini as a defensive coach might have been the ideal, but that may never have been on the table. If we can keep the current squad together, we are more than capable of bouncing back from disappointment, as Leicester did, and taking the Championship by storm next year. COYH![/p][/quote]Read this again Wessex and amend quickly, think I know what you're saying.[/p][/quote]Read it again. What's your problem?[/p][/quote]The problem is having Bassini as defensive coach??? BryantheOrn
  • Score: 3

8:40pm Mon 21 Apr 14

ralear49 says...

WessexLad wrote:
BryantheOrn wrote:
WessexLad wrote: New owners, new manager; it's their prerogative. So the real choice was Dyche + administration (assuming he would have stayed) or Pozzos + Zola/Bassini. With hindsight, Zola + Bassini as a defensive coach might have been the ideal, but that may never have been on the table. If we can keep the current squad together, we are more than capable of bouncing back from disappointment, as Leicester did, and taking the Championship by storm next year. COYH!
Read this again Wessex and amend quickly, think I know what you're saying.
Read it again. What's your problem?
umm, might be the Bassini reference.
[quote][p][bold]WessexLad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BryantheOrn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]WessexLad[/bold] wrote: New owners, new manager; it's their prerogative. So the real choice was Dyche + administration (assuming he would have stayed) or Pozzos + Zola/Bassini. With hindsight, Zola + Bassini as a defensive coach might have been the ideal, but that may never have been on the table. If we can keep the current squad together, we are more than capable of bouncing back from disappointment, as Leicester did, and taking the Championship by storm next year. COYH![/p][/quote]Read this again Wessex and amend quickly, think I know what you're saying.[/p][/quote]Read it again. What's your problem?[/p][/quote]umm, might be the Bassini reference. ralear49
  • Score: 1

8:40pm Mon 21 Apr 14

kevhenderson says...

WessexLad wrote:
BryantheOrn wrote:
WessexLad wrote:
New owners, new manager; it's their prerogative.

So the real choice was Dyche + administration (assuming he would have stayed) or Pozzos + Zola/Bassini. With hindsight, Zola + Bassini as a defensive coach might have been the ideal, but that may never have been on the table.

If we can keep the current squad together, we are more than capable of bouncing back from disappointment, as Leicester did, and taking the Championship by storm next year. COYH!
Read this again Wessex and amend quickly, think I know what you're saying.
Read it again. What's your problem?
You need Sannino, not Bassini as the defensive coach!
[quote][p][bold]WessexLad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BryantheOrn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]WessexLad[/bold] wrote: New owners, new manager; it's their prerogative. So the real choice was Dyche + administration (assuming he would have stayed) or Pozzos + Zola/Bassini. With hindsight, Zola + Bassini as a defensive coach might have been the ideal, but that may never have been on the table. If we can keep the current squad together, we are more than capable of bouncing back from disappointment, as Leicester did, and taking the Championship by storm next year. COYH![/p][/quote]Read this again Wessex and amend quickly, think I know what you're saying.[/p][/quote]Read it again. What's your problem?[/p][/quote]You need Sannino, not Bassini as the defensive coach! kevhenderson
  • Score: 1

8:52pm Mon 21 Apr 14

The Rover says...

WessexLad wrote:
BryantheOrn wrote:
WessexLad wrote:
New owners, new manager; it's their prerogative.

So the real choice was Dyche + administration (assuming he would have stayed) or Pozzos + Zola/Bassini. With hindsight, Zola + Bassini as a defensive coach might have been the ideal, but that may never have been on the table.

If we can keep the current squad together, we are more than capable of bouncing back from disappointment, as Leicester did, and taking the Championship by storm next year. COYH!
Read this again Wessex and amend quickly, think I know what you're saying.
Read it again. What's your problem?
I think he wants our defence to wear red builders hats
[quote][p][bold]WessexLad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BryantheOrn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]WessexLad[/bold] wrote: New owners, new manager; it's their prerogative. So the real choice was Dyche + administration (assuming he would have stayed) or Pozzos + Zola/Bassini. With hindsight, Zola + Bassini as a defensive coach might have been the ideal, but that may never have been on the table. If we can keep the current squad together, we are more than capable of bouncing back from disappointment, as Leicester did, and taking the Championship by storm next year. COYH![/p][/quote]Read this again Wessex and amend quickly, think I know what you're saying.[/p][/quote]Read it again. What's your problem?[/p][/quote]I think he wants our defence to wear red builders hats The Rover
  • Score: 5

9:05pm Mon 21 Apr 14

3.45 t-crew says...

should of been out of sight by half time. a rangers mate txtd me after the game and said we were much sharper than them and rangers didnt deserve a draw let alone the win!! same old same old refereeing cost us,thought the first goal was a goal kick that went on to become a free kick that bam bam out of the flintstones scored,then we get no advantage after troy gets fouled it breaks down,play on, but when one of their players gets fouled but nothing emerges it gets pulled back.also i had a restricted view ticket but the only restriction was a fat gyppo steward who wouldnt get out of the way, said to him you wont be standing there when millwall turn up next week!! so asked him if he could at least breathe in!! loved the atmosphere today hope beppe sees out his contract and we learn how to Manage the game.69 points might still do it !!!!
should of been out of sight by half time. a rangers mate txtd me after the game and said we were much sharper than them and rangers didnt deserve a draw let alone the win!! same old same old refereeing cost us,thought the first goal was a goal kick that went on to become a free kick that bam bam out of the flintstones scored,then we get no advantage after troy gets fouled it breaks down,play on, but when one of their players gets fouled but nothing emerges it gets pulled back.also i had a restricted view ticket but the only restriction was a fat gyppo steward who wouldnt get out of the way, said to him you wont be standing there when millwall turn up next week!! so asked him if he could at least breathe in!! loved the atmosphere today hope beppe sees out his contract and we learn how to Manage the game.69 points might still do it !!!! 3.45 t-crew
  • Score: 0

9:58pm Mon 21 Apr 14

1234566789 says...

I said in a previous thread that I thought we needed a number of changes to the line-up given that QPR had rested so many on Saturday. I am surprised we didn't and even more surprised at the lack of substitutions - how Abdi and Reira were expected to perform for 180 minutes in 72 hours I don't know. If the loss is put down to tiredness then this is the question I would most like to be answered.

But, fair play to Sannino and the boys for giving it a go when they could have easily sat back, happy with the draw and hoping to nick one on the counter / from a set piece (ironically how QPR got their goals).

I have also backed Almunia enough times this season but today was another stinker. His side of the goal which he should never have moved from - should know that Barton wouldn't get it up over the wall and back down from that short range and should have been covering his side of the goal, not stepping across and leaving it totally open. Very poor from such an experienced pro.

Even if we win the three remaining matches I do to think we would make the play-offs now so lets firmly draw a line under this season, give Bondy some game time, ensure we keep/sign the big dogs and push on for next season!!!
I said in a previous thread that I thought we needed a number of changes to the line-up given that QPR had rested so many on Saturday. I am surprised we didn't and even more surprised at the lack of substitutions - how Abdi and Reira were expected to perform for 180 minutes in 72 hours I don't know. If the loss is put down to tiredness then this is the question I would most like to be answered. But, fair play to Sannino and the boys for giving it a go when they could have easily sat back, happy with the draw and hoping to nick one on the counter / from a set piece (ironically how QPR got their goals). I have also backed Almunia enough times this season but today was another stinker. His side of the goal which he should never have moved from - should know that Barton wouldn't get it up over the wall and back down from that short range and should have been covering his side of the goal, not stepping across and leaving it totally open. Very poor from such an experienced pro. Even if we win the three remaining matches I do to think we would make the play-offs now so lets firmly draw a line under this season, give Bondy some game time, ensure we keep/sign the big dogs and push on for next season!!! 1234566789
  • Score: 3

10:08pm Mon 21 Apr 14

Harrydownunder says...

hogweed wrote:
BryantheOrn wrote:
hogweed wrote: I was watching the promotion party at Burnley and it made me feel positively sick. That must have been the worst sacking in the history of Watford FC. What progress have we made with the Pozzo's? No better than 11th under Bassinii. I like Beppe but is he the guy to take us up as he has been unable to stem the flow of last minute goals. Also maybe the Pozzo's may buy a player or two rather than these incessant loans and free transfers. Hog out
Time for you to pi55 off up the M1 Hog, they must be due to go bankrupt again. The Pozzos know how to run a club.
How do the Pozzo's know how to run a club? Where's the evidence you T"""er.
Brilliant sacking of Dyche is stunning evidence of how to run a club.

Hog out
Hog off. Please
[quote][p][bold]hogweed[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BryantheOrn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hogweed[/bold] wrote: I was watching the promotion party at Burnley and it made me feel positively sick. That must have been the worst sacking in the history of Watford FC. What progress have we made with the Pozzo's? No better than 11th under Bassinii. I like Beppe but is he the guy to take us up as he has been unable to stem the flow of last minute goals. Also maybe the Pozzo's may buy a player or two rather than these incessant loans and free transfers. Hog out[/p][/quote]Time for you to pi55 off up the M1 Hog, they must be due to go bankrupt again. The Pozzos know how to run a club.[/p][/quote]How do the Pozzo's know how to run a club? Where's the evidence you T"""er. Brilliant sacking of Dyche is stunning evidence of how to run a club. Hog out[/p][/quote]Hog off. Please Harrydownunder
  • Score: 3

10:12pm Mon 21 Apr 14

D.unstable says...

hogweed wrote:
I was watching the promotion party at Burnley and it made me feel positively sick. That must have been the worst sacking in the history of Watford FC. What progress have we made with the Pozzo's? No better than 11th under Bassinii.

I like Beppe but is he the guy to take us up as he has been unable to stem the flow of last minute goals. Also maybe the Pozzo's may buy a player or two rather than these incessant loans and free transfers.

Hog out
I wouldn't usually rise to the bait but Hog you really are a complete R Sole. If you are not a scummer from up the M1 then you should be, you'll fit in well.
[quote][p][bold]hogweed[/bold] wrote: I was watching the promotion party at Burnley and it made me feel positively sick. That must have been the worst sacking in the history of Watford FC. What progress have we made with the Pozzo's? No better than 11th under Bassinii. I like Beppe but is he the guy to take us up as he has been unable to stem the flow of last minute goals. Also maybe the Pozzo's may buy a player or two rather than these incessant loans and free transfers. Hog out[/p][/quote]I wouldn't usually rise to the bait but Hog you really are a complete R Sole. If you are not a scummer from up the M1 then you should be, you'll fit in well. D.unstable
  • Score: 8

11:54pm Mon 21 Apr 14

lockerbiehornet says...

endean2 wrote:
SAHornet wrote:
Much of the football we played today was silky smooth and a real treat on the eye. Shows Beppe and many of the players have come on a lot. I now feel that I would like to see him given a full go next season. I think we outplayed Rangers for much of that game and that sheer tiredness beat us in the end. Man, you guys that went today made a lot of noise. Heard you all the match here in Sarf Africa - well done everyone.
sheer tiredness beat us? how about them then, simply

does not make sense your comment.
BLAH, BLAH, BLAH, It's all noise Endean
[quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: Much of the football we played today was silky smooth and a real treat on the eye. Shows Beppe and many of the players have come on a lot. I now feel that I would like to see him given a full go next season. I think we outplayed Rangers for much of that game and that sheer tiredness beat us in the end. Man, you guys that went today made a lot of noise. Heard you all the match here in Sarf Africa - well done everyone.[/p][/quote]sheer tiredness beat us? how about them then, simply does not make sense your comment.[/p][/quote]BLAH, BLAH, BLAH, It's all noise Endean lockerbiehornet
  • Score: 2

5:34am Tue 22 Apr 14

lutondown says...

D.unstable wrote:
hogweed wrote:
I was watching the promotion party at Burnley and it made me feel positively sick. That must have been the worst sacking in the history of Watford FC. What progress have we made with the Pozzo's? No better than 11th under Bassinii.

I like Beppe but is he the guy to take us up as he has been unable to stem the flow of last minute goals. Also maybe the Pozzo's may buy a player or two rather than these incessant loans and free transfers.

Hog out
I wouldn't usually rise to the bait but Hog you really are a complete R Sole. If you are not a scummer from up the M1 then you should be, you'll fit in well.
He was also calling for Dyches head ....way before Pozzos come along.
As was I.
I remember my actions he chooses to forget.
But remember Zola was the attraction to a lot of the players we brought in, and it so nearly worked.
To consider a top ten finish a failure shows how far we have come in two seasons
[quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hogweed[/bold] wrote: I was watching the promotion party at Burnley and it made me feel positively sick. That must have been the worst sacking in the history of Watford FC. What progress have we made with the Pozzo's? No better than 11th under Bassinii. I like Beppe but is he the guy to take us up as he has been unable to stem the flow of last minute goals. Also maybe the Pozzo's may buy a player or two rather than these incessant loans and free transfers. Hog out[/p][/quote]I wouldn't usually rise to the bait but Hog you really are a complete R Sole. If you are not a scummer from up the M1 then you should be, you'll fit in well.[/p][/quote]He was also calling for Dyches head ....way before Pozzos come along. As was I. I remember my actions he chooses to forget. But remember Zola was the attraction to a lot of the players we brought in, and it so nearly worked. To consider a top ten finish a failure shows how far we have come in two seasons lutondown
  • Score: 3

8:03am Tue 22 Apr 14

endean2 says...

anywayasiwasaying wrote:
endean2 wrote:
NO NO NO NO
If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves

on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe
his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play
out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER
get promo with this mental/physical block.
right lots and lots of whisky now.
Another well thought out and objective comment from that annoying and irritating end of a bell. You were not there today, not sure you actually go to any games as you are always in with an early comment,,,,,and you live in the land of the Wurzels. Great football today, outclassed Rangers and lost because we were ultra positive going for the win...on another day we may have set up to keep the hard earned point but today a point wasn't enough. Following on from the Ipswich performance we have put together two excellent back to back displays. Fans were brilliant today unlike some of the negative little snipers on this site.
you are a very limited individual who seems obsessed with "bell ends".-which probably says a good deal about your background and thinking.
Forums are great places to exchange ideas and thoughts , the obvious
downside is that its also encourages some rather unpleasant species as well!.

by your clever powers of deduction you correctly worked out that that I was not at the game, does that then follow that only the 1700 who were there
can pass comment?
-frightening as well you remember where I live!
[quote][p][bold]anywayasiwasaying[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: NO NO NO NO If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER get promo with this mental/physical block. right lots and lots of whisky now.[/p][/quote]Another well thought out and objective comment from that annoying and irritating end of a bell. You were not there today, not sure you actually go to any games as you are always in with an early comment,,,,,and you live in the land of the Wurzels. Great football today, outclassed Rangers and lost because we were ultra positive going for the win...on another day we may have set up to keep the hard earned point but today a point wasn't enough. Following on from the Ipswich performance we have put together two excellent back to back displays. Fans were brilliant today unlike some of the negative little snipers on this site.[/p][/quote]you are a very limited individual who seems obsessed with "bell ends".-which probably says a good deal about your background and thinking. Forums are great places to exchange ideas and thoughts , the obvious downside is that its also encourages some rather unpleasant species as well!. by your clever powers of deduction you correctly worked out that that I was not at the game, does that then follow that only the 1700 who were there can pass comment? -frightening as well you remember where I live! endean2
  • Score: -4

8:50am Tue 22 Apr 14

Harry's Bar says...

endean2 wrote:
anywayasiwasaying wrote:
endean2 wrote:
NO NO NO NO
If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves

on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe
his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play
out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER
get promo with this mental/physical block.
right lots and lots of whisky now.
Another well thought out and objective comment from that annoying and irritating end of a bell. You were not there today, not sure you actually go to any games as you are always in with an early comment,,,,,and you live in the land of the Wurzels. Great football today, outclassed Rangers and lost because we were ultra positive going for the win...on another day we may have set up to keep the hard earned point but today a point wasn't enough. Following on from the Ipswich performance we have put together two excellent back to back displays. Fans were brilliant today unlike some of the negative little snipers on this site.
you are a very limited individual who seems obsessed with "bell ends".-which probably says a good deal about your background and thinking.
Forums are great places to exchange ideas and thoughts , the obvious
downside is that its also encourages some rather unpleasant species as well!.

by your clever powers of deduction you correctly worked out that that I was not at the game, does that then follow that only the 1700 who were there
can pass comment?
-frightening as well you remember where I live!
Although I don't agree with your opinion on Saninno you are of course quite within your rights to share your views. Nobody should let bullies and rough necks intimidate them on this forum.
[quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]anywayasiwasaying[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: NO NO NO NO If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER get promo with this mental/physical block. right lots and lots of whisky now.[/p][/quote]Another well thought out and objective comment from that annoying and irritating end of a bell. You were not there today, not sure you actually go to any games as you are always in with an early comment,,,,,and you live in the land of the Wurzels. Great football today, outclassed Rangers and lost because we were ultra positive going for the win...on another day we may have set up to keep the hard earned point but today a point wasn't enough. Following on from the Ipswich performance we have put together two excellent back to back displays. Fans were brilliant today unlike some of the negative little snipers on this site.[/p][/quote]you are a very limited individual who seems obsessed with "bell ends".-which probably says a good deal about your background and thinking. Forums are great places to exchange ideas and thoughts , the obvious downside is that its also encourages some rather unpleasant species as well!. by your clever powers of deduction you correctly worked out that that I was not at the game, does that then follow that only the 1700 who were there can pass comment? -frightening as well you remember where I live![/p][/quote]Although I don't agree with your opinion on Saninno you are of course quite within your rights to share your views. Nobody should let bullies and rough necks intimidate them on this forum. Harry's Bar
  • Score: 0

9:19am Tue 22 Apr 14

lutondown says...

Harry's Bar wrote:
endean2 wrote:
anywayasiwasaying wrote:
endean2 wrote:
NO NO NO NO
If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves

on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe
his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play
out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER
get promo with this mental/physical block.
right lots and lots of whisky now.
Another well thought out and objective comment from that annoying and irritating end of a bell. You were not there today, not sure you actually go to any games as you are always in with an early comment,,,,,and you live in the land of the Wurzels. Great football today, outclassed Rangers and lost because we were ultra positive going for the win...on another day we may have set up to keep the hard earned point but today a point wasn't enough. Following on from the Ipswich performance we have put together two excellent back to back displays. Fans were brilliant today unlike some of the negative little snipers on this site.
you are a very limited individual who seems obsessed with "bell ends".-which probably says a good deal about your background and thinking.
Forums are great places to exchange ideas and thoughts , the obvious
downside is that its also encourages some rather unpleasant species as well!.

by your clever powers of deduction you correctly worked out that that I was not at the game, does that then follow that only the 1700 who were there
can pass comment?
-frightening as well you remember where I live!
Although I don't agree with your opinion on Saninno you are of course quite within your rights to share your views. Nobody should let bullies and rough necks intimidate them on this forum.
Quite right but you should include rusty tools
As well Mr Bra
Their blunt teeth are rather annoying
[quote][p][bold]Harry's Bar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]anywayasiwasaying[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: NO NO NO NO If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER get promo with this mental/physical block. right lots and lots of whisky now.[/p][/quote]Another well thought out and objective comment from that annoying and irritating end of a bell. You were not there today, not sure you actually go to any games as you are always in with an early comment,,,,,and you live in the land of the Wurzels. Great football today, outclassed Rangers and lost because we were ultra positive going for the win...on another day we may have set up to keep the hard earned point but today a point wasn't enough. Following on from the Ipswich performance we have put together two excellent back to back displays. Fans were brilliant today unlike some of the negative little snipers on this site.[/p][/quote]you are a very limited individual who seems obsessed with "bell ends".-which probably says a good deal about your background and thinking. Forums are great places to exchange ideas and thoughts , the obvious downside is that its also encourages some rather unpleasant species as well!. by your clever powers of deduction you correctly worked out that that I was not at the game, does that then follow that only the 1700 who were there can pass comment? -frightening as well you remember where I live![/p][/quote]Although I don't agree with your opinion on Saninno you are of course quite within your rights to share your views. Nobody should let bullies and rough necks intimidate them on this forum.[/p][/quote]Quite right but you should include rusty tools As well Mr Bra Their blunt teeth are rather annoying lutondown
  • Score: -3

9:24am Tue 22 Apr 14

anywayasiwasaying says...

endean2 wrote:
anywayasiwasaying wrote:
endean2 wrote:
NO NO NO NO
If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves

on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe
his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play
out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER
get promo with this mental/physical block.
right lots and lots of whisky now.
Another well thought out and objective comment from that annoying and irritating end of a bell. You were not there today, not sure you actually go to any games as you are always in with an early comment,,,,,and you live in the land of the Wurzels. Great football today, outclassed Rangers and lost because we were ultra positive going for the win...on another day we may have set up to keep the hard earned point but today a point wasn't enough. Following on from the Ipswich performance we have put together two excellent back to back displays. Fans were brilliant today unlike some of the negative little snipers on this site.
you are a very limited individual who seems obsessed with "bell ends".-which probably says a good deal about your background and thinking.
Forums are great places to exchange ideas and thoughts , the obvious
downside is that its also encourages some rather unpleasant species as well!.

by your clever powers of deduction you correctly worked out that that I was not at the game, does that then follow that only the 1700 who were there
can pass comment?
-frightening as well you remember where I live!
Thanks for your kind comments....forums are great places to exchange ideas and thoughts and everyone is entitled to their opinion. My opinion is that being at a game provides a more insightful perspective of what went on and makes it easier to post an objective comment....is that fair?
You will see from the responses that others have posted in relation to your comments on this article that not everyone shares your opinions. Great goal from Ranegie yesterday.
[quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]anywayasiwasaying[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: NO NO NO NO If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER get promo with this mental/physical block. right lots and lots of whisky now.[/p][/quote]Another well thought out and objective comment from that annoying and irritating end of a bell. You were not there today, not sure you actually go to any games as you are always in with an early comment,,,,,and you live in the land of the Wurzels. Great football today, outclassed Rangers and lost because we were ultra positive going for the win...on another day we may have set up to keep the hard earned point but today a point wasn't enough. Following on from the Ipswich performance we have put together two excellent back to back displays. Fans were brilliant today unlike some of the negative little snipers on this site.[/p][/quote]you are a very limited individual who seems obsessed with "bell ends".-which probably says a good deal about your background and thinking. Forums are great places to exchange ideas and thoughts , the obvious downside is that its also encourages some rather unpleasant species as well!. by your clever powers of deduction you correctly worked out that that I was not at the game, does that then follow that only the 1700 who were there can pass comment? -frightening as well you remember where I live![/p][/quote]Thanks for your kind comments....forums are great places to exchange ideas and thoughts and everyone is entitled to their opinion. My opinion is that being at a game provides a more insightful perspective of what went on and makes it easier to post an objective comment....is that fair? You will see from the responses that others have posted in relation to your comments on this article that not everyone shares your opinions. Great goal from Ranegie yesterday. anywayasiwasaying
  • Score: 2

10:05am Tue 22 Apr 14

corbindallas says...

endean2 wrote:
ralear49 wrote:
endean2 wrote:
NO NO NO NO If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER get promo with this mental/physical block. right lots and lots of whisky now.
did you read the report before you reeacted? What use would one point have been?
I did not over reeact as you said, simply expressed a viewpoint.
so your happy with our inability to manage a game out?

no, I did the sums and knew that we wanted a win but not necessarily
at the cost of another last minute defeat.
Seriously do you think before you write! We needed the points and had to go for it thus leaving us vulnerable at the back, if we had scored and won what else would you find to moan at, if we had not gone for it a lot more fans would be moaning at our lack of trying. Beppe did what we had to do it did not pay off but at least he tried, perhaps we should support him for that instead of bemoaning him doing his job correctly, if you want to moan pick on something valid like our finishing or goalkeeping but in truth the team did their best, it just was not good enough for a win end off. On a side note congrats to Sean and Burnley for their promotion.
[quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ralear49[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: NO NO NO NO If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER get promo with this mental/physical block. right lots and lots of whisky now.[/p][/quote]did you read the report before you reeacted? What use would one point have been?[/p][/quote]I did not over reeact as you said, simply expressed a viewpoint. so your happy with our inability to manage a game out? no, I did the sums and knew that we wanted a win but not necessarily at the cost of another last minute defeat.[/p][/quote]Seriously do you think before you write! We needed the points and had to go for it thus leaving us vulnerable at the back, if we had scored and won what else would you find to moan at, if we had not gone for it a lot more fans would be moaning at our lack of trying. Beppe did what we had to do it did not pay off but at least he tried, perhaps we should support him for that instead of bemoaning him doing his job correctly, if you want to moan pick on something valid like our finishing or goalkeeping but in truth the team did their best, it just was not good enough for a win end off. On a side note congrats to Sean and Burnley for their promotion. corbindallas
  • Score: 5

10:21am Tue 22 Apr 14

CARDIFFHORN says...

I'm amazed the Pozzo/Beppe knockers haven't touted Sean for the Man U job yet!!!
I'm amazed the Pozzo/Beppe knockers haven't touted Sean for the Man U job yet!!! CARDIFFHORN
  • Score: 2

11:10am Tue 22 Apr 14

Harry's Bar says...

lutondown wrote:
Harry's Bar wrote:
endean2 wrote:
anywayasiwasaying wrote:
endean2 wrote:
NO NO NO NO
If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves

on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe
his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play
out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER
get promo with this mental/physical block.
right lots and lots of whisky now.
Another well thought out and objective comment from that annoying and irritating end of a bell. You were not there today, not sure you actually go to any games as you are always in with an early comment,,,,,and you live in the land of the Wurzels. Great football today, outclassed Rangers and lost because we were ultra positive going for the win...on another day we may have set up to keep the hard earned point but today a point wasn't enough. Following on from the Ipswich performance we have put together two excellent back to back displays. Fans were brilliant today unlike some of the negative little snipers on this site.
you are a very limited individual who seems obsessed with "bell ends".-which probably says a good deal about your background and thinking.
Forums are great places to exchange ideas and thoughts , the obvious
downside is that its also encourages some rather unpleasant species as well!.

by your clever powers of deduction you correctly worked out that that I was not at the game, does that then follow that only the 1700 who were there
can pass comment?
-frightening as well you remember where I live!
Although I don't agree with your opinion on Saninno you are of course quite within your rights to share your views. Nobody should let bullies and rough necks intimidate them on this forum.
Quite right but you should include rusty tools
As well Mr Bra
Their blunt teeth are rather annoying
Yes, don't let rusty tools intimidate you either... whatever that means.

I miss the banter with you and East Sussex Hornet, that was great fun.
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harry's Bar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]anywayasiwasaying[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: NO NO NO NO If this were to happen every week we would all be shooting ourselves on a serious note, these continual last minute disasters may cost Beppe his job as surely the buck stops with him for this total inability to play out a game, sure good team performance on the day but we will NEVER get promo with this mental/physical block. right lots and lots of whisky now.[/p][/quote]Another well thought out and objective comment from that annoying and irritating end of a bell. You were not there today, not sure you actually go to any games as you are always in with an early comment,,,,,and you live in the land of the Wurzels. Great football today, outclassed Rangers and lost because we were ultra positive going for the win...on another day we may have set up to keep the hard earned point but today a point wasn't enough. Following on from the Ipswich performance we have put together two excellent back to back displays. Fans were brilliant today unlike some of the negative little snipers on this site.[/p][/quote]you are a very limited individual who seems obsessed with "bell ends".-which probably says a good deal about your background and thinking. Forums are great places to exchange ideas and thoughts , the obvious downside is that its also encourages some rather unpleasant species as well!. by your clever powers of deduction you correctly worked out that that I was not at the game, does that then follow that only the 1700 who were there can pass comment? -frightening as well you remember where I live![/p][/quote]Although I don't agree with your opinion on Saninno you are of course quite within your rights to share your views. Nobody should let bullies and rough necks intimidate them on this forum.[/p][/quote]Quite right but you should include rusty tools As well Mr Bra Their blunt teeth are rather annoying[/p][/quote]Yes, don't let rusty tools intimidate you either... whatever that means. I miss the banter with you and East Sussex Hornet, that was great fun. Harry's Bar
  • Score: 0

11:50am Tue 22 Apr 14

Kismet110 says...

I've calmed down now so hopefully my comments will make some sense.

We bossed the game and played some really great football for 60-70 minutes which, if it weren't for Green and Onouha, could have seen us 3-0 up at half time.

Abdi and Riera were especially impressive although Toszer looked a little sususpect (tiredness?) at times and McGugan, after a great start, got careless.
The amount of free kicks we gave away in dangerous areas were bound to cost us sooner or later.

We did concede late on (AGAIN!!!) but at least this time it was bearable because we were chasing a win and let's be honest it was a great goal too.

Sadly the one thing which would have made a difference we lacked yesterday - if Anya or FF had been fit and on the pitch I'm certain their pace/trickery would have done for QPR.

But, even though I hate us losing to those wannabe big time deluded twonks, there were more positives and it bodes well for next season

Some other observations. Anyone who thinks the Pozzos is a bad thing for Watford please go see a Doctor as soon as you can, ideally private to save time and hassle.

The away support was excellent. TalkSPORT guy commented on twitter "Watford played the best football and had the loudest support at Loftus Rd this season" so hats off to all who went.

The idiot QPR 'supporters' caught carrying knives by the Police and the high number of scumbag idiots acting tough behind Police lines - I really look forward to you trying the same when you play Millwall next week.

Final word (for now): I will be praying daily for Wigan to dismantle QPR in the Play Offs.
I've calmed down now so hopefully my comments will make some sense. We bossed the game and played some really great football for 60-70 minutes which, if it weren't for Green and Onouha, could have seen us 3-0 up at half time. Abdi and Riera were especially impressive although Toszer looked a little sususpect (tiredness?) at times and McGugan, after a great start, got careless. The amount of free kicks we gave away in dangerous areas were bound to cost us sooner or later. We did concede late on (AGAIN!!!) but at least this time it was bearable because we were chasing a win and let's be honest it was a great goal too. Sadly the one thing which would have made a difference we lacked yesterday - if Anya or FF had been fit and on the pitch I'm certain their pace/trickery would have done for QPR. But, even though I hate us losing to those wannabe big time deluded twonks, there were more positives and it bodes well for next season Some other observations. Anyone who thinks the Pozzos is a bad thing for Watford please go see a Doctor as soon as you can, ideally private to save time and hassle. The away support was excellent. TalkSPORT guy commented on twitter "Watford played the best football and had the loudest support at Loftus Rd this season" so hats off to all who went. The idiot QPR 'supporters' caught carrying knives by the Police and the high number of scumbag idiots acting tough behind Police lines - I really look forward to you trying the same when you play Millwall next week. Final word (for now): I will be praying daily for Wigan to dismantle QPR in the Play Offs. Kismet110
  • Score: 4

2:56pm Tue 22 Apr 14

corbindallas says...

CARDIFFHORN wrote:
I'm amazed the Pozzo/Beppe knockers haven't touted Sean for the Man U job yet!!!
Sean for Man U job!!!! Oh hang on a minute I don't knock the Pozzo's or Beppe on here but do think Sean should have been given a chance with us first!
[quote][p][bold]CARDIFFHORN[/bold] wrote: I'm amazed the Pozzo/Beppe knockers haven't touted Sean for the Man U job yet!!![/p][/quote]Sean for Man U job!!!! Oh hang on a minute I don't knock the Pozzo's or Beppe on here but do think Sean should have been given a chance with us first! corbindallas
  • Score: 0

8:16am Wed 23 Apr 14

Hornet Cornet says...

lockerbiehornet wrote:
endean2 wrote:
SAHornet wrote:
Much of the football we played today was silky smooth and a real treat on the eye. Shows Beppe and many of the players have come on a lot. I now feel that I would like to see him given a full go next season. I think we outplayed Rangers for much of that game and that sheer tiredness beat us in the end. Man, you guys that went today made a lot of noise. Heard you all the match here in Sarf Africa - well done everyone.
sheer tiredness beat us? how about them then, simply

does not make sense your comment.
BLAH, BLAH, BLAH, It's all noise Endean
You're so boring. Yawn yawn yawn
[quote][p][bold]lockerbiehornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: Much of the football we played today was silky smooth and a real treat on the eye. Shows Beppe and many of the players have come on a lot. I now feel that I would like to see him given a full go next season. I think we outplayed Rangers for much of that game and that sheer tiredness beat us in the end. Man, you guys that went today made a lot of noise. Heard you all the match here in Sarf Africa - well done everyone.[/p][/quote]sheer tiredness beat us? how about them then, simply does not make sense your comment.[/p][/quote]BLAH, BLAH, BLAH, It's all noise Endean[/p][/quote]You're so boring. Yawn yawn yawn Hornet Cornet
  • Score: -1

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