Talented youngster Panos Armenakas has left Watford and signed a professional contract with Udinese

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Talented youngster Panos Armenakas has signed a professional contract with fellow Pozzo-owned club Udinese - despite Watford announcing he had joined the Hornets on a scholarship in April.

Armenakas was named by the Golden Boys in the Ipswich Town programme on April 19 as joining the scholarship programme next season.

However, Watford refused to comment last month when questioned whether the Australian youngster would stay at the club and he announced on social networking website Twitter this morning that he has signed a three-year deal with Udinese.

The Hornets confirmed this afternoon that Armenakas has joined the Italian club and the Watford Observer understands he has moved for personal reasons. 

Armenakas posted on Twitter: “Happy to sign my professional contract at such a young age with a great club like @Udinese_1896. The dream begins!”

Armenakas added: “I'd like to thank @watfordfcsays and I wish them the best for the future! Now a professional @Udinese_1896”

Armenakas, who has Greek and American heritage, was tipped as a huge prospect growing up in his native Australia and was said to have been offered trials at several teams, including Barcelona, AC Milan and Manchester United.

He joined Watford’s academy in late 2012, with technical director Gian Luca Nani claiming he had signed with the Golden Boys despite interest from some of Europe’s biggest clubs.

 

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10:39am Mon 16 Jun 14

perry1990 says...

fantastic.. Our best youngster moves abroad. The Pozzo feeding process begins.
fantastic.. Our best youngster moves abroad. The Pozzo feeding process begins. perry1990
  • Score: -74

10:51am Mon 16 Jun 14

JohnnyBarnes says...

perry1990 wrote:
fantastic.. Our best youngster moves abroad. The Pozzo feeding process begins.
Staggering how people still believe this to be the case

Players will be moved around the group according to where they are best suited. We were given Abdi, Anya, Fessi, Vydra, Battocchio, Tozser etc etc etc for exactly that reason, so how anyone can feel hard done by I don't know.

If the Pozzos believe that this boy will become a better player learning over in Italy, then so be it. We don't have a divine right to him - and a better player means a more financially valuable player, means more money to the group
... means better for us overall

Bigger picture please.
[quote][p][bold]perry1990[/bold] wrote: fantastic.. Our best youngster moves abroad. The Pozzo feeding process begins.[/p][/quote]Staggering how people still believe this to be the case Players will be moved around the group according to where they are best suited. We were given Abdi, Anya, Fessi, Vydra, Battocchio, Tozser etc etc etc for exactly that reason, so how anyone can feel hard done by I don't know. If the Pozzos believe that this boy will become a better player learning over in Italy, then so be it. We don't have a divine right to him - and a better player means a more financially valuable player, means more money to the group ... means better for us overall Bigger picture please. JohnnyBarnes
  • Score: 104

10:52am Mon 16 Jun 14

garston tony says...

perry1990 wrote:
fantastic.. Our best youngster moves abroad. The Pozzo feeding process begins.
Would he have been in the first team next season, probably not so not an immediate loss then. If I recall correctly it could be that the kid wouldnt have even looked at the club if it wasnt for the Pozzo connection anyway!

To counter that thanks to the Pozzo 'feeding process' Watford have had some quality players come in that they would not have stood a chance in hell of signing if it wasnt for the Pozzo set up. It works both ways.

Whilst last season wasnt the best your comment is indicating a belief that the Pozzo's dont want WFC to succeed which I doubt is very much the case. But its been clear from the start the plan involves losing our best players on a regular basis, but that was the case pre Pozzo and goes back to the end of the hey days of Elton John and GT.
[quote][p][bold]perry1990[/bold] wrote: fantastic.. Our best youngster moves abroad. The Pozzo feeding process begins.[/p][/quote]Would he have been in the first team next season, probably not so not an immediate loss then. If I recall correctly it could be that the kid wouldnt have even looked at the club if it wasnt for the Pozzo connection anyway! To counter that thanks to the Pozzo 'feeding process' Watford have had some quality players come in that they would not have stood a chance in hell of signing if it wasnt for the Pozzo set up. It works both ways. Whilst last season wasnt the best your comment is indicating a belief that the Pozzo's dont want WFC to succeed which I doubt is very much the case. But its been clear from the start the plan involves losing our best players on a regular basis, but that was the case pre Pozzo and goes back to the end of the hey days of Elton John and GT. garston tony
  • Score: 19

11:00am Mon 16 Jun 14

ORBY says...

It was inevitable that this would happen sooner or later. This is the real world, so good luck to him and I wish him all the best for the future. Remember the old adage "What goes round, comes around"
It was inevitable that this would happen sooner or later. This is the real world, so good luck to him and I wish him all the best for the future. Remember the old adage "What goes round, comes around" ORBY
  • Score: 12

11:14am Mon 16 Jun 14

not a regular says...

Boo! Hiss! Come on, get real people.

Headline should read “Watford trade 16 year old boy for Almen Abdi, Marco Faraoni, Gabriele Angella and 15 others”

Kid isn't getting games here so might as well benefit from better coaching. He's not English, he's moved around, maybe he didn't like it here? At least he's at Udinese and not Barca.
Boo! Hiss! Come on, get real people. Headline should read “Watford trade 16 year old boy for Almen Abdi, Marco Faraoni, Gabriele Angella and 15 others” Kid isn't getting games here so might as well benefit from better coaching. He's not English, he's moved around, maybe he didn't like it here? At least he's at Udinese and not Barca. not a regular
  • Score: 18

11:16am Mon 16 Jun 14

rogeruk says...

ORBY wrote:
It was inevitable that this would happen sooner or later. This is the real world, so good luck to him and I wish him all the best for the future. Remember the old adage "What goes round, comes around"
What do you mean by 'The real world'?
[quote][p][bold]ORBY[/bold] wrote: It was inevitable that this would happen sooner or later. This is the real world, so good luck to him and I wish him all the best for the future. Remember the old adage "What goes round, comes around"[/p][/quote]What do you mean by 'The real world'? rogeruk
  • Score: -9

11:27am Mon 16 Jun 14

D.unstable says...

not a regular wrote:
Boo! Hiss! Come on, get real people. Headline should read “Watford trade 16 year old boy for Almen Abdi, Marco Faraoni, Gabriele Angella and 15 others” Kid isn't getting games here so might as well benefit from better coaching. He's not English, he's moved around, maybe he didn't like it here? At least he's at Udinese and not Barca.
Perfectly summed up, where do you all think our squad has come from? maybe the war chest left behind by Bassini.

If anything Udinese and Granada have been the feeder clubs to Watford over the past few seasons. No big news this one, regardless he'll probably end up back with us on loan in a year or two.

Good luck to the lad.
[quote][p][bold]not a regular[/bold] wrote: Boo! Hiss! Come on, get real people. Headline should read “Watford trade 16 year old boy for Almen Abdi, Marco Faraoni, Gabriele Angella and 15 others” Kid isn't getting games here so might as well benefit from better coaching. He's not English, he's moved around, maybe he didn't like it here? At least he's at Udinese and not Barca.[/p][/quote]Perfectly summed up, where do you all think our squad has come from? maybe the war chest left behind by Bassini. If anything Udinese and Granada have been the feeder clubs to Watford over the past few seasons. No big news this one, regardless he'll probably end up back with us on loan in a year or two. Good luck to the lad. D.unstable
  • Score: 18

11:36am Mon 16 Jun 14

Dunderdale Pinner says...

Good luck to the lade. I seem to recall that certain Udinese supporters were very upset when Angella came to us. Some viewed him as their potential captain. What a player he has turned out to be for us. Panos is with the group so maybe he will return one day.
Good luck to the lade. I seem to recall that certain Udinese supporters were very upset when Angella came to us. Some viewed him as their potential captain. What a player he has turned out to be for us. Panos is with the group so maybe he will return one day. Dunderdale Pinner
  • Score: 11

11:41am Mon 16 Jun 14

perry1990 says...

JohnnyBarnes wrote:
perry1990 wrote:
fantastic.. Our best youngster moves abroad. The Pozzo feeding process begins.
Staggering how people still believe this to be the case

Players will be moved around the group according to where they are best suited. We were given Abdi, Anya, Fessi, Vydra, Battocchio, Tozser etc etc etc for exactly that reason, so how anyone can feel hard done by I don't know.

If the Pozzos believe that this boy will become a better player learning over in Italy, then so be it. We don't have a divine right to him - and a better player means a more financially valuable player, means more money to the group
... means better for us overall

Bigger picture please.
Udinese are the Pozzo's priority for obvious reasons, which is understandable.

Any potential "superstars" will be sent straight out to Italy, this will be the first of many.

I would prefer to see a developed youth player put on a Watford shirt... who wouldn't?

This "Group" seems to be very much a trial and era process, last season proved this. Yes we have had some great players come in, but are they really committed, or are they using the opportunity to play regular first team football of a way to show off their talent to create interest from other clubs and eventually cash in on them?? Vydra is a perfect example of this.

Leicester and Burnley are a perfect example of how to succeed in the Championship.

I am all for the Pozzo's and grateful for what they have done so far .. but there seems to be some cracks appearing. the last time we were promoted was not down to an influx of fantastic footballers, it was more down to a great manager and players that really wanted it!
[quote][p][bold]JohnnyBarnes[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]perry1990[/bold] wrote: fantastic.. Our best youngster moves abroad. The Pozzo feeding process begins.[/p][/quote]Staggering how people still believe this to be the case Players will be moved around the group according to where they are best suited. We were given Abdi, Anya, Fessi, Vydra, Battocchio, Tozser etc etc etc for exactly that reason, so how anyone can feel hard done by I don't know. If the Pozzos believe that this boy will become a better player learning over in Italy, then so be it. We don't have a divine right to him - and a better player means a more financially valuable player, means more money to the group ... means better for us overall Bigger picture please.[/p][/quote]Udinese are the Pozzo's priority for obvious reasons, which is understandable. Any potential "superstars" will be sent straight out to Italy, this will be the first of many. I would prefer to see a developed youth player put on a Watford shirt... who wouldn't? This "Group" seems to be very much a trial and era process, last season proved this. Yes we have had some great players come in, but are they really committed, or are they using the opportunity to play regular first team football of a way to show off their talent to create interest from other clubs and eventually cash in on them?? Vydra is a perfect example of this. Leicester and Burnley are a perfect example of how to succeed in the Championship. I am all for the Pozzo's and grateful for what they have done so far .. but there seems to be some cracks appearing. the last time we were promoted was not down to an influx of fantastic footballers, it was more down to a great manager and players that really wanted it! perry1990
  • Score: -14

11:43am Mon 16 Jun 14

mkhornet says...

Good to see the system works in both directions as long term it's the only way to keep everybody happy, I wish him and Udinese well.
Good to see the system works in both directions as long term it's the only way to keep everybody happy, I wish him and Udinese well. mkhornet
  • Score: 13

12:42pm Mon 16 Jun 14

jasonwatford says...

Good luck to him
Good luck to him jasonwatford
  • Score: 2

12:50pm Mon 16 Jun 14

JohnnyBarnes says...

perry1990 wrote:
JohnnyBarnes wrote:
perry1990 wrote: fantastic.. Our best youngster moves abroad. The Pozzo feeding process begins.
Staggering how people still believe this to be the case Players will be moved around the group according to where they are best suited. We were given Abdi, Anya, Fessi, Vydra, Battocchio, Tozser etc etc etc for exactly that reason, so how anyone can feel hard done by I don't know. If the Pozzos believe that this boy will become a better player learning over in Italy, then so be it. We don't have a divine right to him - and a better player means a more financially valuable player, means more money to the group ... means better for us overall Bigger picture please.
Udinese are the Pozzo's priority for obvious reasons, which is understandable. Any potential "superstars" will be sent straight out to Italy, this will be the first of many. I would prefer to see a developed youth player put on a Watford shirt... who wouldn't? This "Group" seems to be very much a trial and era process, last season proved this. Yes we have had some great players come in, but are they really committed, or are they using the opportunity to play regular first team football of a way to show off their talent to create interest from other clubs and eventually cash in on them?? Vydra is a perfect example of this. Leicester and Burnley are a perfect example of how to succeed in the Championship. I am all for the Pozzo's and grateful for what they have done so far .. but there seems to be some cracks appearing. the last time we were promoted was not down to an influx of fantastic footballers, it was more down to a great manager and players that really wanted it!
No, WE are the Pozzos' priority 'for obvious reasons' which Gino Pozzo explicitly said last season

the 'obvious' reason being (aside from Granada and Udinese being more established and, therefore, requiring less attention) that the financial windfall associated with us going up far outweighs anything that they could get in either Italy or Spain.

By 'developed youth player' I assume you're talking about the likes of David Connolly, Hameur Bouazza, Lee Cook, Ashley Young, Marvin Sordell, who cared so much about the club that they wasted no time in moving onto pastures new?!
I have nothing against those guys (aside from the first one) but let's not kid ourselves into thinking that home-grown equals loyal, or players that 'really want it'

I'd far rather watch players like Pudil, Fessi, Ekstrand and Battocchio who don't stop banging on about how much they love the club. For me, they win out over the Williamson's and Marlon's of this world every time

Any cracks that you can see are in your head, I assure you.
[quote][p][bold]perry1990[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnnyBarnes[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]perry1990[/bold] wrote: fantastic.. Our best youngster moves abroad. The Pozzo feeding process begins.[/p][/quote]Staggering how people still believe this to be the case Players will be moved around the group according to where they are best suited. We were given Abdi, Anya, Fessi, Vydra, Battocchio, Tozser etc etc etc for exactly that reason, so how anyone can feel hard done by I don't know. If the Pozzos believe that this boy will become a better player learning over in Italy, then so be it. We don't have a divine right to him - and a better player means a more financially valuable player, means more money to the group ... means better for us overall Bigger picture please.[/p][/quote]Udinese are the Pozzo's priority for obvious reasons, which is understandable. Any potential "superstars" will be sent straight out to Italy, this will be the first of many. I would prefer to see a developed youth player put on a Watford shirt... who wouldn't? This "Group" seems to be very much a trial and era process, last season proved this. Yes we have had some great players come in, but are they really committed, or are they using the opportunity to play regular first team football of a way to show off their talent to create interest from other clubs and eventually cash in on them?? Vydra is a perfect example of this. Leicester and Burnley are a perfect example of how to succeed in the Championship. I am all for the Pozzo's and grateful for what they have done so far .. but there seems to be some cracks appearing. the last time we were promoted was not down to an influx of fantastic footballers, it was more down to a great manager and players that really wanted it![/p][/quote]No, WE are the Pozzos' priority 'for obvious reasons' which Gino Pozzo explicitly said last season the 'obvious' reason being (aside from Granada and Udinese being more established and, therefore, requiring less attention) that the financial windfall associated with us going up far outweighs anything that they could get in either Italy or Spain. By 'developed youth player' I assume you're talking about the likes of David Connolly, Hameur Bouazza, Lee Cook, Ashley Young, Marvin Sordell, who cared so much about the club that they wasted no time in moving onto pastures new?! I have nothing against those guys (aside from the first one) but let's not kid ourselves into thinking that home-grown equals loyal, or players that 'really want it' I'd far rather watch players like Pudil, Fessi, Ekstrand and Battocchio who don't stop banging on about how much they love the club. For me, they win out over the Williamson's and Marlon's of this world every time Any cracks that you can see are in your head, I assure you. JohnnyBarnes
  • Score: 30

1:26pm Mon 16 Jun 14

bowzer says...

One thing a lot of your guys are overlooking is the EPPP factor.
Bigger clubs in England can sign the kid up and pay us peanuts in return for him, something like £6000 at most as he's been here for less then two years.

By moving him to Udinese the Pozzos protect him from bigger clubs signing up a player with huge potential for next to nothing and have the right to send him back to us when he turns 18 for nothing.

This is the first time this kind of deal has happened and for the long term it's best for both clubs, the Pozzos and more importantly Panos as he'll have time to be settled in Udinese rather then having scouts from other clubs trying to turn his head.

This will happen again if/when a lad comes up through the youth ranks at Watford and has huge potential as a way to protect the long term finances of the Pozzo clubs.
One thing a lot of your guys are overlooking is the EPPP factor. Bigger clubs in England can sign the kid up and pay us peanuts in return for him, something like £6000 at most as he's been here for less then two years. By moving him to Udinese the Pozzos protect him from bigger clubs signing up a player with huge potential for next to nothing and have the right to send him back to us when he turns 18 for nothing. This is the first time this kind of deal has happened and for the long term it's best for both clubs, the Pozzos and more importantly Panos as he'll have time to be settled in Udinese rather then having scouts from other clubs trying to turn his head. This will happen again if/when a lad comes up through the youth ranks at Watford and has huge potential as a way to protect the long term finances of the Pozzo clubs. bowzer
  • Score: 17

1:43pm Mon 16 Jun 14

Havana Club says...

He is just going to work at Head Office for a couple of years. A lot of company training schemes do that.
He is just going to work at Head Office for a couple of years. A lot of company training schemes do that. Havana Club
  • Score: 14

1:48pm Mon 16 Jun 14

Travelling Hornet says...

perry1990 wrote:
JohnnyBarnes wrote:
perry1990 wrote:
fantastic.. Our best youngster moves abroad. The Pozzo feeding process begins.
Staggering how people still believe this to be the case

Players will be moved around the group according to where they are best suited. We were given Abdi, Anya, Fessi, Vydra, Battocchio, Tozser etc etc etc for exactly that reason, so how anyone can feel hard done by I don't know.

If the Pozzos believe that this boy will become a better player learning over in Italy, then so be it. We don't have a divine right to him - and a better player means a more financially valuable player, means more money to the group
... means better for us overall

Bigger picture please.
Udinese are the Pozzo's priority for obvious reasons, which is understandable.

Any potential "superstars" will be sent straight out to Italy, this will be the first of many.

I would prefer to see a developed youth player put on a Watford shirt... who wouldn't?

This "Group" seems to be very much a trial and era process, last season proved this. Yes we have had some great players come in, but are they really committed, or are they using the opportunity to play regular first team football of a way to show off their talent to create interest from other clubs and eventually cash in on them?? Vydra is a perfect example of this.

Leicester and Burnley are a perfect example of how to succeed in the Championship.

I am all for the Pozzo's and grateful for what they have done so far .. but there seems to be some cracks appearing. the last time we were promoted was not down to an influx of fantastic footballers, it was more down to a great manager and players that really wanted it!
It's the player who wanted out, not the Pozzos taking him for Udinese.
[quote][p][bold]perry1990[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnnyBarnes[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]perry1990[/bold] wrote: fantastic.. Our best youngster moves abroad. The Pozzo feeding process begins.[/p][/quote]Staggering how people still believe this to be the case Players will be moved around the group according to where they are best suited. We were given Abdi, Anya, Fessi, Vydra, Battocchio, Tozser etc etc etc for exactly that reason, so how anyone can feel hard done by I don't know. If the Pozzos believe that this boy will become a better player learning over in Italy, then so be it. We don't have a divine right to him - and a better player means a more financially valuable player, means more money to the group ... means better for us overall Bigger picture please.[/p][/quote]Udinese are the Pozzo's priority for obvious reasons, which is understandable. Any potential "superstars" will be sent straight out to Italy, this will be the first of many. I would prefer to see a developed youth player put on a Watford shirt... who wouldn't? This "Group" seems to be very much a trial and era process, last season proved this. Yes we have had some great players come in, but are they really committed, or are they using the opportunity to play regular first team football of a way to show off their talent to create interest from other clubs and eventually cash in on them?? Vydra is a perfect example of this. Leicester and Burnley are a perfect example of how to succeed in the Championship. I am all for the Pozzo's and grateful for what they have done so far .. but there seems to be some cracks appearing. the last time we were promoted was not down to an influx of fantastic footballers, it was more down to a great manager and players that really wanted it![/p][/quote]It's the player who wanted out, not the Pozzos taking him for Udinese. Travelling Hornet
  • Score: -1

1:55pm Mon 16 Jun 14

Harry's Bar says...

rogeruk wrote:
ORBY wrote:
It was inevitable that this would happen sooner or later. This is the real world, so good luck to him and I wish him all the best for the future. Remember the old adage "What goes round, comes around"
What do you mean by 'The real world'?
It's a place a long way away from anywhere you've ever been Roger, a place where the nurses won't let you go.
[quote][p][bold]rogeruk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ORBY[/bold] wrote: It was inevitable that this would happen sooner or later. This is the real world, so good luck to him and I wish him all the best for the future. Remember the old adage "What goes round, comes around"[/p][/quote]What do you mean by 'The real world'?[/p][/quote]It's a place a long way away from anywhere you've ever been Roger, a place where the nurses won't let you go. Harry's Bar
  • Score: 8

2:12pm Mon 16 Jun 14

SAHornet says...

Harry's Bar wrote:
rogeruk wrote:
ORBY wrote:
It was inevitable that this would happen sooner or later. This is the real world, so good luck to him and I wish him all the best for the future. Remember the old adage "What goes round, comes around"
What do you mean by 'The real world'?
It's a place a long way away from anywhere you've ever been Roger, a place where the nurses won't let you go.
Schweeeet 'arry !
[quote][p][bold]Harry's Bar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rogeruk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ORBY[/bold] wrote: It was inevitable that this would happen sooner or later. This is the real world, so good luck to him and I wish him all the best for the future. Remember the old adage "What goes round, comes around"[/p][/quote]What do you mean by 'The real world'?[/p][/quote]It's a place a long way away from anywhere you've ever been Roger, a place where the nurses won't let you go.[/p][/quote]Schweeeet 'arry ! SAHornet
  • Score: 2

2:16pm Mon 16 Jun 14

soulfulhornet says...

bowzer wrote:
One thing a lot of your guys are overlooking is the EPPP factor.
Bigger clubs in England can sign the kid up and pay us peanuts in return for him, something like £6000 at most as he's been here for less then two years.

By moving him to Udinese the Pozzos protect him from bigger clubs signing up a player with huge potential for next to nothing and have the right to send him back to us when he turns 18 for nothing.

This is the first time this kind of deal has happened and for the long term it's best for both clubs, the Pozzos and more importantly Panos as he'll have time to be settled in Udinese rather then having scouts from other clubs trying to turn his head.

This will happen again if/when a lad comes up through the youth ranks at Watford and has huge potential as a way to protect the long term finances of the Pozzo clubs.
Good point, the Pozzos are not stupid and they would not want to let a highly promising youngster go for peanuts. Smaller clubs like ours will have to find ingenious ways to avoid becoming 'free' training grounds for the big boys. That and getting promoted and staying in the Premier League will help.
[quote][p][bold]bowzer[/bold] wrote: One thing a lot of your guys are overlooking is the EPPP factor. Bigger clubs in England can sign the kid up and pay us peanuts in return for him, something like £6000 at most as he's been here for less then two years. By moving him to Udinese the Pozzos protect him from bigger clubs signing up a player with huge potential for next to nothing and have the right to send him back to us when he turns 18 for nothing. This is the first time this kind of deal has happened and for the long term it's best for both clubs, the Pozzos and more importantly Panos as he'll have time to be settled in Udinese rather then having scouts from other clubs trying to turn his head. This will happen again if/when a lad comes up through the youth ranks at Watford and has huge potential as a way to protect the long term finances of the Pozzo clubs.[/p][/quote]Good point, the Pozzos are not stupid and they would not want to let a highly promising youngster go for peanuts. Smaller clubs like ours will have to find ingenious ways to avoid becoming 'free' training grounds for the big boys. That and getting promoted and staying in the Premier League will help. soulfulhornet
  • Score: 7

5:07pm Mon 16 Jun 14

UAFhornet says...

I agree with soulfulhornet and bowzer, this lad is wanted by big clubs and with the new regulations in this country he could get taken by a prem club for next to nothing..

Well done Pozzo's, very clever to develop him at Udinese and im sure if we go up he will come back.
I agree with soulfulhornet and bowzer, this lad is wanted by big clubs and with the new regulations in this country he could get taken by a prem club for next to nothing.. Well done Pozzo's, very clever to develop him at Udinese and im sure if we go up he will come back. UAFhornet
  • Score: 4

10:53pm Mon 16 Jun 14

rogeruk says...

SAHornet wrote:
Harry's Bar wrote:
rogeruk wrote:
ORBY wrote:
It was inevitable that this would happen sooner or later. This is the real world, so good luck to him and I wish him all the best for the future. Remember the old adage "What goes round, comes around"
What do you mean by 'The real world'?
It's a place a long way away from anywhere you've ever been Roger, a place where the nurses won't let you go.
Schweeeet 'arry !
No reply but no surprise from puerile and parochial clappers who club together in the warm glow of security just in case the bogey man upsets their little kindergadren and they need to run to mummy. Pathetic!
[quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harry's Bar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rogeruk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ORBY[/bold] wrote: It was inevitable that this would happen sooner or later. This is the real world, so good luck to him and I wish him all the best for the future. Remember the old adage "What goes round, comes around"[/p][/quote]What do you mean by 'The real world'?[/p][/quote]It's a place a long way away from anywhere you've ever been Roger, a place where the nurses won't let you go.[/p][/quote]Schweeeet 'arry ![/p][/quote]No reply but no surprise from puerile and parochial clappers who club together in the warm glow of security just in case the bogey man upsets their little kindergadren and they need to run to mummy. Pathetic! rogeruk
  • Score: -1

9:23am Tue 17 Jun 14

Harry's Bar says...

rogeruk wrote:
SAHornet wrote:
Harry's Bar wrote:
rogeruk wrote:
ORBY wrote:
It was inevitable that this would happen sooner or later. This is the real world, so good luck to him and I wish him all the best for the future. Remember the old adage "What goes round, comes around"
What do you mean by 'The real world'?
It's a place a long way away from anywhere you've ever been Roger, a place where the nurses won't let you go.
Schweeeet 'arry !
No reply but no surprise from puerile and parochial clappers who club together in the warm glow of security just in case the bogey man upsets their little kindergadren and they need to run to mummy. Pathetic!
The nurses will be round with your medication soon Roger, and later they might let you have another go on the computer. Remember though, that nice man you speak to occasionally might read what you've written.
[quote][p][bold]rogeruk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harry's Bar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rogeruk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ORBY[/bold] wrote: It was inevitable that this would happen sooner or later. This is the real world, so good luck to him and I wish him all the best for the future. Remember the old adage "What goes round, comes around"[/p][/quote]What do you mean by 'The real world'?[/p][/quote]It's a place a long way away from anywhere you've ever been Roger, a place where the nurses won't let you go.[/p][/quote]Schweeeet 'arry ![/p][/quote]No reply but no surprise from puerile and parochial clappers who club together in the warm glow of security just in case the bogey man upsets their little kindergadren and they need to run to mummy. Pathetic![/p][/quote]The nurses will be round with your medication soon Roger, and later they might let you have another go on the computer. Remember though, that nice man you speak to occasionally might read what you've written. Harry's Bar
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10:10am Tue 17 Jun 14

InterludeWFC says...

I think this is a good exercise. A sensible Udinese fan would have seen the long term benefits of sending a load of their talent our way, but it still must have been pretty painful to see the squad stripped, followed by the worst Serie A campaign since 09/10. Over the last couple of years, all we've done is take. There's no harm in giving.

And it's a good move for the player himself, to experience a different culture and a different style of football. I would go as far as saying that I hope they send more of our youngsters to Udine.
I think this is a good exercise. A sensible Udinese fan would have seen the long term benefits of sending a load of their talent our way, but it still must have been pretty painful to see the squad stripped, followed by the worst Serie A campaign since 09/10. Over the last couple of years, all we've done is take. There's no harm in giving. And it's a good move for the player himself, to experience a different culture and a different style of football. I would go as far as saying that I hope they send more of our youngsters to Udine. InterludeWFC
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1:14pm Tue 17 Jun 14

1234566789 says...

Lets get this right, the lad would never have joined had we not been part of the Pozzo network. So really we haven't actually lost anything here.
Lets get this right, the lad would never have joined had we not been part of the Pozzo network. So really we haven't actually lost anything here. 1234566789
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