Blackpool defender Craig Cathcart is set to sign with Watford in the next couple of days

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Blackpool defender Craig Cathcart will sign for the Hornets in the next couple of days, the Watford Observer understands.

The Golden Boys have been in talks with Cathcart for more than a week but were considering other options over the weekend.

However, we understand Watford have opted to sign their former loanee, whose Blackpool contract expires later this month.

Cathcart will join up with the rest of the Watford squad on their pre-season trip to Italy in the coming days.

The 25-year-old central defender, who can also play at right-back, made 12 appearances for the Golden Boys under Malky Mackay during a loan spell in 2009 before it was ended prematurely, with the club claiming it was due to a knee injury.

He went on to sign with Blackpool the following summer, soon after their promotion to the Premier League, for a reported £350,000 and went on to make 117 appearances for the club during a four-year stay.

The former Manchester United defender’s medical will show he has an enlarged heart which has to be monitored regularly and resulted in him missing the first leg of Blackpool's Championship play-off semi-final first leg in 2012 as a precaution.

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12:24pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Andrew1963 says...

Oh dear, lets hope he does not come up against Henderson in the Nottm Forest match
Oh dear, lets hope he does not come up against Henderson in the Nottm Forest match Andrew1963
  • Score: -30

12:26pm Mon 23 Jun 14

kevhenderson says...

Very disappointing. I don't see this as a positive move at all. He couldn't even get a place in a struggling Blackpool team when we played them.
Very disappointing. I don't see this as a positive move at all. He couldn't even get a place in a struggling Blackpool team when we played them. kevhenderson
  • Score: -19

12:29pm Mon 23 Jun 14

ruralyellow says...

Why oh why oh why?
Why oh why oh why? ruralyellow
  • Score: -25

12:38pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Watfordpete says...

Give the bloke a chance. He's played just over 100 championship games and 30 premier league. He was quite raw when he came to us on loan and is much more experienced now. Blackpool were hopeless last season mainly due to idiot managers. Maybe they fell out. Who knows. Welcome Craig.
Give the bloke a chance. He's played just over 100 championship games and 30 premier league. He was quite raw when he came to us on loan and is much more experienced now. Blackpool were hopeless last season mainly due to idiot managers. Maybe they fell out. Who knows. Welcome Craig. Watfordpete
  • Score: 72

12:38pm Mon 23 Jun 14

AngelHornet says...

kevhenderson wrote:
Very disappointing. I don't see this as a positive move at all. He couldn't even get a place in a struggling Blackpool team when we played them.
He was injured.
However he isn't the type of commanding defender we really need.
Perhaps he'll end up playing right back
[quote][p][bold]kevhenderson[/bold] wrote: Very disappointing. I don't see this as a positive move at all. He couldn't even get a place in a struggling Blackpool team when we played them.[/p][/quote]He was injured. However he isn't the type of commanding defender we really need. Perhaps he'll end up playing right back AngelHornet
  • Score: -1

12:43pm Mon 23 Jun 14

jasonwatford says...

FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.
FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air. jasonwatford
  • Score: -69

12:45pm Mon 23 Jun 14

hornetwise says...

He is an young english player that can play in more than one position. Stop being negative and focus on the positives . We are going to need a big squad with players that can all play when asked the season is hard and he has championship experience. It has got to be better that signing a world cup player that will not have a clue about playing in England unless they have done it before!! Lets give the guy a chance before everyone jumps on his back
He is an young english player that can play in more than one position. Stop being negative and focus on the positives . We are going to need a big squad with players that can all play when asked the season is hard and he has championship experience. It has got to be better that signing a world cup player that will not have a clue about playing in England unless they have done it before!! Lets give the guy a chance before everyone jumps on his back hornetwise
  • Score: 54

12:48pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Hemel Horns says...

Can't win with some of you lot.

Players with championship experience was clearly identified as a necessity for the forthcoming season's campaign by the fans & we seem to be addressing yet.

With no transfer fee required can't see any negatives in this signing whatsoever, granted it's not a name that will get the punters excited however it's a squad game plus he'll add to a homegrown quota.
Can't win with some of you lot. Players with championship experience was clearly identified as a necessity for the forthcoming season's campaign by the fans & we seem to be addressing yet. With no transfer fee required can't see any negatives in this signing whatsoever, granted it's not a name that will get the punters excited however it's a squad game plus he'll add to a homegrown quota. Hemel Horns
  • Score: 71

12:50pm Mon 23 Jun 14

jasonwatford says...

Ok - He was awful when he was here last , He struggled big time in a poor Blackpool team and blackpool fans I know say he is useless
Ok - He was awful when he was here last , He struggled big time in a poor Blackpool team and blackpool fans I know say he is useless jasonwatford
  • Score: -45

12:51pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Hemel Horns says...

jasonwatford wrote:
FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.
If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!!
[quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.[/p][/quote]If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!! Hemel Horns
  • Score: 31

12:58pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Mickey Quinn, not so thin says...

Our fate next year will be down to what happens this summer to Deeney, Vydra, Tozser, fully fit Abdi not the odd squad signing like this. Hopefully we are still in the market for a commanding centre half and management don't consider that Tamas & Carthorse are the full answer.
Our fate next year will be down to what happens this summer to Deeney, Vydra, Tozser, fully fit Abdi not the odd squad signing like this. Hopefully we are still in the market for a commanding centre half and management don't consider that Tamas & Carthorse are the full answer. Mickey Quinn, not so thin
  • Score: -5

1:01pm Mon 23 Jun 14

jasonwatford says...

Hemel Horns wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.
If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!!
Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits
[quote][p][bold]Hemel Horns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.[/p][/quote]If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!![/p][/quote]Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits jasonwatford
  • Score: -21

1:02pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Hornets number 12 fan says...

I'm getting the impression there is a serious lack of ambition at the club. We are looking more and more like a feeder club to Udinese as time goes by. I seriously hope I'm wrong.
I'm getting the impression there is a serious lack of ambition at the club. We are looking more and more like a feeder club to Udinese as time goes by. I seriously hope I'm wrong. Hornets number 12 fan
  • Score: -48

1:11pm Mon 23 Jun 14

llloydwithathirdl says...

jasonwatford wrote:
Ok - He was awful when he was here last , He struggled big time in a poor Blackpool team and blackpool fans I know say he is useless
He was not awful at all. He was very decent. A good signing.
[quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Ok - He was awful when he was here last , He struggled big time in a poor Blackpool team and blackpool fans I know say he is useless[/p][/quote]He was not awful at all. He was very decent. A good signing. llloydwithathirdl
  • Score: 23

1:11pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Sleeping with the enemy says...

Like most on this board, I have my doubts about the quality of this signing. Five years ago I was happy to see him go back.

However, a lot of water has passed under the bridge since then and the management obviously see something there that we can use. I suggest that we all reserve judgement and give the lad a chance.
Like most on this board, I have my doubts about the quality of this signing. Five years ago I was happy to see him go back. However, a lot of water has passed under the bridge since then and the management obviously see something there that we can use. I suggest that we all reserve judgement and give the lad a chance. Sleeping with the enemy
  • Score: 49

1:20pm Mon 23 Jun 14

youhorns says...

Oh my god, I do not believe some of these comments, the poor bloke has not even kicked a ball yet. Young, home grown, played in Premier, Blackpool wanted to keep him. I know this does not make him a good player, but it all helps, just give him a chance and post these comments after he has had a few games. And to blame the Pozzo's would you rather have Baz, Troy would have gone for 3 million by now if he was still here.
Oh my god, I do not believe some of these comments, the poor bloke has not even kicked a ball yet. Young, home grown, played in Premier, Blackpool wanted to keep him. I know this does not make him a good player, but it all helps, just give him a chance and post these comments after he has had a few games. And to blame the Pozzo's would you rather have Baz, Troy would have gone for 3 million by now if he was still here. youhorns
  • Score: 57

1:23pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Watfordpete says...

hornetwise wrote:
He is an young english player that can play in more than one position. Stop being negative and focus on the positives . We are going to need a big squad with players that can all play when asked the season is hard and he has championship experience. It has got to be better that signing a world cup player that will not have a clue about playing in England unless they have done it before!! Lets give the guy a chance before everyone jumps on his back
He is actually Northern Irish, and a full international. But he qualifies as home grown due to being developed at Man Utd.

Pozzos are very ambitious as far as I can see but not reckless. They want us to compete in the Premier League but aren't going to bankrupt themselves.
[quote][p][bold]hornetwise[/bold] wrote: He is an young english player that can play in more than one position. Stop being negative and focus on the positives . We are going to need a big squad with players that can all play when asked the season is hard and he has championship experience. It has got to be better that signing a world cup player that will not have a clue about playing in England unless they have done it before!! Lets give the guy a chance before everyone jumps on his back[/p][/quote]He is actually Northern Irish, and a full international. But he qualifies as home grown due to being developed at Man Utd. Pozzos are very ambitious as far as I can see but not reckless. They want us to compete in the Premier League but aren't going to bankrupt themselves. Watfordpete
  • Score: 43

1:25pm Mon 23 Jun 14

jsjf1979 says...

free transfer - , tick, champ experience - tick, english and homegrown qualifying - tick, versatile (sort of) tick.

All those moaning remember he was young when last with us, admit he was woeful (at best) but he has made numerous appearances since then and surely we should give him a chance before branding him useless!
free transfer - , tick, champ experience - tick, english and homegrown qualifying - tick, versatile (sort of) tick. All those moaning remember he was young when last with us, admit he was woeful (at best) but he has made numerous appearances since then and surely we should give him a chance before branding him useless! jsjf1979
  • Score: 47

1:30pm Mon 23 Jun 14

youhorns says...

Watfordpete wrote:
hornetwise wrote:
He is an young english player that can play in more than one position. Stop being negative and focus on the positives . We are going to need a big squad with players that can all play when asked the season is hard and he has championship experience. It has got to be better that signing a world cup player that will not have a clue about playing in England unless they have done it before!! Lets give the guy a chance before everyone jumps on his back
He is actually Northern Irish, and a full international. But he qualifies as home grown due to being developed at Man Utd.

Pozzos are very ambitious as far as I can see but not reckless. They want us to compete in the Premier League but aren't going to bankrupt themselves.
Sorry Watford Pete, should have said he would count as home grown, just annoyed at some of the comments on here, and typing without thinking. Like your post by the way.
[quote][p][bold]Watfordpete[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hornetwise[/bold] wrote: He is an young english player that can play in more than one position. Stop being negative and focus on the positives . We are going to need a big squad with players that can all play when asked the season is hard and he has championship experience. It has got to be better that signing a world cup player that will not have a clue about playing in England unless they have done it before!! Lets give the guy a chance before everyone jumps on his back[/p][/quote]He is actually Northern Irish, and a full international. But he qualifies as home grown due to being developed at Man Utd. Pozzos are very ambitious as far as I can see but not reckless. They want us to compete in the Premier League but aren't going to bankrupt themselves.[/p][/quote]Sorry Watford Pete, should have said he would count as home grown, just annoyed at some of the comments on here, and typing without thinking. Like your post by the way. youhorns
  • Score: 19

1:33pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Rosty'srocket says...

It seems we are back sliding to the old days. I have some concerns now that the Pozzo's are perhaps not in it for the long term. The stand is taking too long really. the signings so far are not too inspirational ! . This is really annoying with a decent stadium and playing the football we had in year one and building on that we could really make it and hold our own in the prem. Even if we were a Yo Yo club that would be the right direction. Still we have time to change the current perception. So here's hoping i am wrong. I want to see a very positive indication come the pre season fans forum.
It seems we are back sliding to the old days. I have some concerns now that the Pozzo's are perhaps not in it for the long term. The stand is taking too long really. the signings so far are not too inspirational ! . This is really annoying with a decent stadium and playing the football we had in year one and building on that we could really make it and hold our own in the prem. Even if we were a Yo Yo club that would be the right direction. Still we have time to change the current perception. So here's hoping i am wrong. I want to see a very positive indication come the pre season fans forum. Rosty'srocket
  • Score: -57

1:43pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Oxhey Kev says...

Welcome Craig. Lets hope both you and Watford have success.
Welcome Craig. Lets hope both you and Watford have success. Oxhey Kev
  • Score: 47

1:53pm Mon 23 Jun 14

lockerbiehornet says...

Rosty'srocket wrote:
It seems we are back sliding to the old days. I have some concerns now that the Pozzo's are perhaps not in it for the long term. The stand is taking too long really. the signings so far are not too inspirational ! . This is really annoying with a decent stadium and playing the football we had in year one and building on that we could really make it and hold our own in the prem. Even if we were a Yo Yo club that would be the right direction. Still we have time to change the current perception. So here's hoping i am wrong. I want to see a very positive indication come the pre season fans forum.
Concerns about the Pozzoz not in it for the long term?? Are you off ya nut? So the fact that they've just splashed £3+ on a new stadium tells you that does it? The reason it's late is because, as most of us wanted, it's now going the full length of the pitch and the dressing rooms are being upsized/upgraded.

I agree not a player that gets my juices going but surely a squad player at best, but for you to come out with that sort of cr4p is wrong on so many levels..
[quote][p][bold]Rosty'srocket[/bold] wrote: It seems we are back sliding to the old days. I have some concerns now that the Pozzo's are perhaps not in it for the long term. The stand is taking too long really. the signings so far are not too inspirational ! . This is really annoying with a decent stadium and playing the football we had in year one and building on that we could really make it and hold our own in the prem. Even if we were a Yo Yo club that would be the right direction. Still we have time to change the current perception. So here's hoping i am wrong. I want to see a very positive indication come the pre season fans forum.[/p][/quote]Concerns about the Pozzoz not in it for the long term?? Are you off ya nut? So the fact that they've just splashed £3+ on a new stadium tells you that does it? The reason it's late is because, as most of us wanted, it's now going the full length of the pitch and the dressing rooms are being upsized/upgraded. I agree not a player that gets my juices going but surely a squad player at best, but for you to come out with that sort of cr4p is wrong on so many levels.. lockerbiehornet
  • Score: 53

1:54pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Hampshire hornet says...

We can always loan him out if it fails, we have to keep hold of Angella regardless
We can always loan him out if it fails, we have to keep hold of Angella regardless Hampshire hornet
  • Score: 24

1:57pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Hornets number 12 fan says...

lockerbiehornet wrote:
Rosty'srocket wrote:
It seems we are back sliding to the old days. I have some concerns now that the Pozzo's are perhaps not in it for the long term. The stand is taking too long really. the signings so far are not too inspirational ! . This is really annoying with a decent stadium and playing the football we had in year one and building on that we could really make it and hold our own in the prem. Even if we were a Yo Yo club that would be the right direction. Still we have time to change the current perception. So here's hoping i am wrong. I want to see a very positive indication come the pre season fans forum.
Concerns about the Pozzoz not in it for the long term?? Are you off ya nut? So the fact that they've just splashed £3+ on a new stadium tells you that does it? The reason it's late is because, as most of us wanted, it's now going the full length of the pitch and the dressing rooms are being upsized/upgraded.

I agree not a player that gets my juices going but surely a squad player at best, but for you to come out with that sort of cr4p is wrong on so many levels..
I knew the new stand was cheap but £3? lol also news to me that we have a new stadium!
[quote][p][bold]lockerbiehornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rosty'srocket[/bold] wrote: It seems we are back sliding to the old days. I have some concerns now that the Pozzo's are perhaps not in it for the long term. The stand is taking too long really. the signings so far are not too inspirational ! . This is really annoying with a decent stadium and playing the football we had in year one and building on that we could really make it and hold our own in the prem. Even if we were a Yo Yo club that would be the right direction. Still we have time to change the current perception. So here's hoping i am wrong. I want to see a very positive indication come the pre season fans forum.[/p][/quote]Concerns about the Pozzoz not in it for the long term?? Are you off ya nut? So the fact that they've just splashed £3+ on a new stadium tells you that does it? The reason it's late is because, as most of us wanted, it's now going the full length of the pitch and the dressing rooms are being upsized/upgraded. I agree not a player that gets my juices going but surely a squad player at best, but for you to come out with that sort of cr4p is wrong on so many levels..[/p][/quote]I knew the new stand was cheap but £3? lol also news to me that we have a new stadium! Hornets number 12 fan
  • Score: -9

2:01pm Mon 23 Jun 14

mellow yellow says...

Rosty'srocket wrote:
It seems we are back sliding to the old days. I have some concerns now that the Pozzo's are perhaps not in it for the long term. The stand is taking too long really. the signings so far are not too inspirational ! . This is really annoying with a decent stadium and playing the football we had in year one and building on that we could really make it and hold our own in the prem. Even if we were a Yo Yo club that would be the right direction. Still we have time to change the current perception. So here's hoping i am wrong. I want to see a very positive indication come the pre season fans forum.
I'm getting sick and tired of complaints about the new stand. We've sat for years looking at a farce, something that was more akin to an outbuilding on a farm, and several promises of a new one, ring fenced, state of the art... Blah, blah, blah. We finally have owners who are at least building something adaptable, that we couldn't actually fill at the moment anyway, and they still get slated. What does 'in it for the long term' even mean!? And what do you think would prove it, at this stage in the Pozzo's ownership of the club. I have no problem with criticising the owners, but sometimes it feels their first season was more a millstone, than a milestone. We are in safe hands and, while some things are not ideal, show me any club where they are...
[quote][p][bold]Rosty'srocket[/bold] wrote: It seems we are back sliding to the old days. I have some concerns now that the Pozzo's are perhaps not in it for the long term. The stand is taking too long really. the signings so far are not too inspirational ! . This is really annoying with a decent stadium and playing the football we had in year one and building on that we could really make it and hold our own in the prem. Even if we were a Yo Yo club that would be the right direction. Still we have time to change the current perception. So here's hoping i am wrong. I want to see a very positive indication come the pre season fans forum.[/p][/quote]I'm getting sick and tired of complaints about the new stand. We've sat for years looking at a farce, something that was more akin to an outbuilding on a farm, and several promises of a new one, ring fenced, state of the art... Blah, blah, blah. We finally have owners who are at least building something adaptable, that we couldn't actually fill at the moment anyway, and they still get slated. What does 'in it for the long term' even mean!? And what do you think would prove it, at this stage in the Pozzo's ownership of the club. I have no problem with criticising the owners, but sometimes it feels their first season was more a millstone, than a milestone. We are in safe hands and, while some things are not ideal, show me any club where they are... mellow yellow
  • Score: 50

2:03pm Mon 23 Jun 14

hornetwise says...

Watfordpete wrote:
hornetwise wrote:
He is an young english player that can play in more than one position. Stop being negative and focus on the positives . We are going to need a big squad with players that can all play when asked the season is hard and he has championship experience. It has got to be better that signing a world cup player that will not have a clue about playing in England unless they have done it before!! Lets give the guy a chance before everyone jumps on his back
He is actually Northern Irish, and a full international. But he qualifies as home grown due to being developed at Man Utd.

Pozzos are very ambitious as far as I can see but not reckless. They want us to compete in the Premier League but aren't going to bankrupt themselves.
Thanks for correcting me :)
[quote][p][bold]Watfordpete[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hornetwise[/bold] wrote: He is an young english player that can play in more than one position. Stop being negative and focus on the positives . We are going to need a big squad with players that can all play when asked the season is hard and he has championship experience. It has got to be better that signing a world cup player that will not have a clue about playing in England unless they have done it before!! Lets give the guy a chance before everyone jumps on his back[/p][/quote]He is actually Northern Irish, and a full international. But he qualifies as home grown due to being developed at Man Utd. Pozzos are very ambitious as far as I can see but not reckless. They want us to compete in the Premier League but aren't going to bankrupt themselves.[/p][/quote]Thanks for correcting me :) hornetwise
  • Score: 4

2:13pm Mon 23 Jun 14

andyandyandy says...

Toser wants to go to Granada?
Toser wants to go to Granada? andyandyandy
  • Score: -8

2:19pm Mon 23 Jun 14

CARDIFFHORN says...

WHY, whose not coming back?
WHY, whose not coming back? CARDIFFHORN
  • Score: 0

2:27pm Mon 23 Jun 14

SamTheEagle says...

I can't believe the negativity of some of the people writing here. I don't agree, or like everything the Pozzo's have done but I am thankful for what they have done for my club. Had the Pozzo's not taken over we may well have been playing conference league football next season – and this is only the second season, in probably the last 25, where we are actually talking about signing players rather than selling them. Cathcart? I go back to what I said a few weeks ago; when Deeney first signed for us there were many who thought he was, or would be, a waste of money. Many of his detractors were at Walsall, the club he was leaving. I wonder if they all think the same now?

I can't remember much about Cathcart's loan spell with us which suggests he was neither a great success or a great failure (I'm sure I would have remembered him had he been one or the other) so, for crying out loud, IF Cathcart signs for Watford give him a chance and judge him by how he plays NOW and not by how he played in 2009 – or by what disgruntled Blackpool supporters think of him.
I can't believe the negativity of some of the people writing here. I don't agree, or like everything the Pozzo's have done but I am thankful for what they have done for my club. Had the Pozzo's not taken over we may well have been playing conference league football next season – and this is only the second season, in probably the last 25, where we are actually talking about signing players rather than selling them. Cathcart? I go back to what I said a few weeks ago; when Deeney first signed for us there were many who thought he was, or would be, a waste of money. Many of his detractors were at Walsall, the club he was leaving. I wonder if they all think the same now? I can't remember much about Cathcart's loan spell with us which suggests he was neither a great success or a great failure (I'm sure I would have remembered him had he been one or the other) so, for crying out loud, IF Cathcart signs for Watford give him a chance and judge him by how he plays NOW and not by how he played in 2009 – or by what disgruntled Blackpool supporters think of him. SamTheEagle
  • Score: 28

2:27pm Mon 23 Jun 14

UAFhornet says...

Reading through the comments, there are people who think that just because someone has played in the Championship and because they are deemed 'home grown' under the FA rules then its a good signing?

He was rubbish when he played for us and he couldn't get in a rubbish Blackpol team that only just avoided relegation last season, how in any way is this a good signing?

He is lightweight, has no pace and from what I witnessed of him had no idea defending corners..

Good signing?
Reading through the comments, there are people who think that just because someone has played in the Championship and because they are deemed 'home grown' under the FA rules then its a good signing? He was rubbish when he played for us and he couldn't get in a rubbish Blackpol team that only just avoided relegation last season, how in any way is this a good signing? He is lightweight, has no pace and from what I witnessed of him had no idea defending corners.. Good signing? UAFhornet
  • Score: -16

2:29pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Andrew1963 says...

Does Cathcart have the physical presence as a centre half of say a (fit) Hall or Nosworthy or the guile of Cassetti. Three central defenders out and is it two or three in. Presumably we want Hoban in the mix with Angella, so not sure about this signing with Ekstrand, Beklehem, etc available.
Does Cathcart have the physical presence as a centre half of say a (fit) Hall or Nosworthy or the guile of Cassetti. Three central defenders out and is it two or three in. Presumably we want Hoban in the mix with Angella, so not sure about this signing with Ekstrand, Beklehem, etc available. Andrew1963
  • Score: 4

2:41pm Mon 23 Jun 14

UAFhornet says...

This reminds me of the Reece Brown signing last summer who is still a Watford player as he was given a well paid two year deal.

Now we will have Reece Brown and Cathcart in our squad..

But they must be good beacuse they are eligible under the 'home grown' rule and have played a few Championship games..

Shocking signing.
This reminds me of the Reece Brown signing last summer who is still a Watford player as he was given a well paid two year deal. Now we will have Reece Brown and Cathcart in our squad.. But they must be good beacuse they are eligible under the 'home grown' rule and have played a few Championship games.. Shocking signing. UAFhornet
  • Score: -11

2:47pm Mon 23 Jun 14

The Skeptical Optimist says...

Everyone's going on about getting a commanding center back, but just consider for a moment that no club would want to sell such a rock at the back as would meet our expectations. It's all very good to expect us to buy someone, but there are very few suitable candidates on the market. You either have to buy someone injury prone (Hall), disgraced (Taylor), an unproven player (Demerit), an old one (Cassetti) or a homegrown one (Mariappa) if you want your model center back on the cheap.

At least they're trying with Tamas and Cathcart. They may not be ideal, but maybe the coaches see some potential worth nourishing.
Everyone's going on about getting a commanding center back, but just consider for a moment that no club would want to sell such a rock at the back as would meet our expectations. It's all very good to expect us to buy someone, but there are very few suitable candidates on the market. You either have to buy someone injury prone (Hall), disgraced (Taylor), an unproven player (Demerit), an old one (Cassetti) or a homegrown one (Mariappa) if you want your model center back on the cheap. At least they're trying with Tamas and Cathcart. They may not be ideal, but maybe the coaches see some potential worth nourishing. The Skeptical Optimist
  • Score: 11

3:08pm Mon 23 Jun 14

jasonwatford says...

The Skeptical Optimist wrote:
Everyone's going on about getting a commanding center back, but just consider for a moment that no club would want to sell such a rock at the back as would meet our expectations. It's all very good to expect us to buy someone, but there are very few suitable candidates on the market. You either have to buy someone injury prone (Hall), disgraced (Taylor), an unproven player (Demerit), an old one (Cassetti) or a homegrown one (Mariappa) if you want your model center back on the cheap.

At least they're trying with Tamas and Cathcart. They may not be ideal, but maybe the coaches see some potential worth nourishing.
The coaches have no say so they will be handed players and told to get on with it
[quote][p][bold]The Skeptical Optimist[/bold] wrote: Everyone's going on about getting a commanding center back, but just consider for a moment that no club would want to sell such a rock at the back as would meet our expectations. It's all very good to expect us to buy someone, but there are very few suitable candidates on the market. You either have to buy someone injury prone (Hall), disgraced (Taylor), an unproven player (Demerit), an old one (Cassetti) or a homegrown one (Mariappa) if you want your model center back on the cheap. At least they're trying with Tamas and Cathcart. They may not be ideal, but maybe the coaches see some potential worth nourishing.[/p][/quote]The coaches have no say so they will be handed players and told to get on with it jasonwatford
  • Score: -13

3:39pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Harry's Bar says...

jsjf1979 wrote:
free transfer - , tick, champ experience - tick, english and homegrown qualifying - tick, versatile (sort of) tick.

All those moaning remember he was young when last with us, admit he was woeful (at best) but he has made numerous appearances since then and surely we should give him a chance before branding him useless!
Nani has probably gone through those tick boxes, ticked them all and thought yes, we'll go for him. But there's another box, the box he didn't bother with last Summer .... is he good enough?
[quote][p][bold]jsjf1979[/bold] wrote: free transfer - , tick, champ experience - tick, english and homegrown qualifying - tick, versatile (sort of) tick. All those moaning remember he was young when last with us, admit he was woeful (at best) but he has made numerous appearances since then and surely we should give him a chance before branding him useless![/p][/quote]Nani has probably gone through those tick boxes, ticked them all and thought yes, we'll go for him. But there's another box, the box he didn't bother with last Summer .... is he good enough? Harry's Bar
  • Score: -9

3:43pm Mon 23 Jun 14

hornetwise says...

UAFhornet wrote:
Reading through the comments, there are people who think that just because someone has played in the Championship and because they are deemed 'home grown' under the FA rules then its a good signing?

He was rubbish when he played for us and he couldn't get in a rubbish Blackpol team that only just avoided relegation last season, how in any way is this a good signing?

He is lightweight, has no pace and from what I witnessed of him had no idea defending corners..

Good signing?
Moan,Moan, Moan...... have you been good at your job ever since you started? have you improved or worked better wth different managers ? He has not even kicked a ball yet and you already know how rubbish he is going to be look into your cystal ball and see if we are going to win promotion!!!!
[quote][p][bold]UAFhornet[/bold] wrote: Reading through the comments, there are people who think that just because someone has played in the Championship and because they are deemed 'home grown' under the FA rules then its a good signing? He was rubbish when he played for us and he couldn't get in a rubbish Blackpol team that only just avoided relegation last season, how in any way is this a good signing? He is lightweight, has no pace and from what I witnessed of him had no idea defending corners.. Good signing?[/p][/quote]Moan,Moan, Moan...... have you been good at your job ever since you started? have you improved or worked better wth different managers ? He has not even kicked a ball yet and you already know how rubbish he is going to be look into your cystal ball and see if we are going to win promotion!!!! hornetwise
  • Score: 11

3:57pm Mon 23 Jun 14

bristol hornet says...

Hemel Horns wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.
If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!!
You're right there matey!

With Pozzo signings like this, it has relegation stamped all over it, especially if Angella is allowed to leave?

Centre halfs of the calibre of Belkelem, Cathcart, Ekstrand and Doyley will send shivers down the spine of our new keeper, and probably the whole team as well!
[quote][p][bold]Hemel Horns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.[/p][/quote]If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!![/p][/quote]You're right there matey! With Pozzo signings like this, it has relegation stamped all over it, especially if Angella is allowed to leave? Centre halfs of the calibre of Belkelem, Cathcart, Ekstrand and Doyley will send shivers down the spine of our new keeper, and probably the whole team as well! bristol hornet
  • Score: -22

3:58pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Harrydownunder says...

Hornets number 12 fan wrote:
I'm getting the impression there is a serious lack of ambition at the club. We are looking more and more like a feeder club to Udinese as time goes by. I seriously hope I'm wrong.
You are!
[quote][p][bold]Hornets number 12 fan[/bold] wrote: I'm getting the impression there is a serious lack of ambition at the club. We are looking more and more like a feeder club to Udinese as time goes by. I seriously hope I'm wrong.[/p][/quote]You are! Harrydownunder
  • Score: 19

3:59pm Mon 23 Jun 14

bristol hornet says...

PS, I forgot our other classy new centre half the guy from relegated Donny!

What a terrible looking back row!
PS, I forgot our other classy new centre half the guy from relegated Donny! What a terrible looking back row! bristol hornet
  • Score: -15

4:00pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Harrydownunder says...

Watfordpete wrote:
hornetwise wrote:
He is an young english player that can play in more than one position. Stop being negative and focus on the positives . We are going to need a big squad with players that can all play when asked the season is hard and he has championship experience. It has got to be better that signing a world cup player that will not have a clue about playing in England unless they have done it before!! Lets give the guy a chance before everyone jumps on his back
He is actually Northern Irish, and a full international. But he qualifies as home grown due to being developed at Man Utd.

Pozzos are very ambitious as far as I can see but not reckless. They want us to compete in the Premier League but aren't going to bankrupt themselves.
Still British.
[quote][p][bold]Watfordpete[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hornetwise[/bold] wrote: He is an young english player that can play in more than one position. Stop being negative and focus on the positives . We are going to need a big squad with players that can all play when asked the season is hard and he has championship experience. It has got to be better that signing a world cup player that will not have a clue about playing in England unless they have done it before!! Lets give the guy a chance before everyone jumps on his back[/p][/quote]He is actually Northern Irish, and a full international. But he qualifies as home grown due to being developed at Man Utd. Pozzos are very ambitious as far as I can see but not reckless. They want us to compete in the Premier League but aren't going to bankrupt themselves.[/p][/quote]Still British. Harrydownunder
  • Score: 0

4:04pm Mon 23 Jun 14

robo bovingdon says...

I will give him a chance lets hope he proves all the moaners wrong but i think we should all be more concerned about the lack of info on STRIKER signings and getting a squad ready for the start of the new season if we start slowly it will be catch up again.
I will give him a chance lets hope he proves all the moaners wrong but i think we should all be more concerned about the lack of info on STRIKER signings and getting a squad ready for the start of the new season if we start slowly it will be catch up again. robo bovingdon
  • Score: 2

4:21pm Mon 23 Jun 14

OliverF1976 says...

andyandyandy wrote:
Toser wants to go to Granada?
Hahaha yes because you read it on the transfer rumours site it is obviously true. He wants to play for Watford and as long as the deal is agreed he will be our player very soon.
[quote][p][bold]andyandyandy[/bold] wrote: Toser wants to go to Granada?[/p][/quote]Hahaha yes because you read it on the transfer rumours site it is obviously true. He wants to play for Watford and as long as the deal is agreed he will be our player very soon. OliverF1976
  • Score: 2

4:21pm Mon 23 Jun 14

RobboBTC says...

I think we have made solid start in terms of our transfer activity. Lloyd Dyer has just won promotion with Leicester and comes with endless praise from club and fans alike, we say we needed pace and he provides that in abundance. Almunia was becoming more injury and error prone therefore we have replaced him with Gomes who has top flight and international experience, in addition we have signed Gabriel Tamas who also brings top flight and international experience. We sign Cathcart and suddenly the club and the Pozzo's lack ambition?? He is another signing who brings experience at Championship level and is a good addition to the squad. Essentially, if we can add Toszer, maybe another defender and Vydra to the squad then I think we have every chance of getting into the top 6.
I think we have made solid start in terms of our transfer activity. Lloyd Dyer has just won promotion with Leicester and comes with endless praise from club and fans alike, we say we needed pace and he provides that in abundance. Almunia was becoming more injury and error prone therefore we have replaced him with Gomes who has top flight and international experience, in addition we have signed Gabriel Tamas who also brings top flight and international experience. We sign Cathcart and suddenly the club and the Pozzo's lack ambition?? He is another signing who brings experience at Championship level and is a good addition to the squad. Essentially, if we can add Toszer, maybe another defender and Vydra to the squad then I think we have every chance of getting into the top 6. RobboBTC
  • Score: 28

4:42pm Mon 23 Jun 14

jag000 says...

jasonwatford wrote:
Hemel Horns wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.
If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!!
Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits
The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.
[quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hemel Horns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.[/p][/quote]If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!![/p][/quote]Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits[/p][/quote]The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit. jag000
  • Score: 15

4:50pm Mon 23 Jun 14

HornetHazza says...

People really need to start to trust the Pozzo's and stop questioning the players they are recruiting. Cathcart deserves a chances at Watford. We are not going back to the old days. Question is simple, Dale Bennett or Craig Cathcart?
People really need to start to trust the Pozzo's and stop questioning the players they are recruiting. Cathcart deserves a chances at Watford. We are not going back to the old days. Question is simple, Dale Bennett or Craig Cathcart? HornetHazza
  • Score: 13

4:54pm Mon 23 Jun 14

andyandyandy says...

OliverF1976 wrote:
andyandyandy wrote:
Toser wants to go to Granada?
Hahaha yes because you read it on the transfer rumours site it is obviously true. He wants to play for Watford and as long as the deal is agreed he will be our player very soon.
Note the question mark. Do keep up.
[quote][p][bold]OliverF1976[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyandyandy[/bold] wrote: Toser wants to go to Granada?[/p][/quote]Hahaha yes because you read it on the transfer rumours site it is obviously true. He wants to play for Watford and as long as the deal is agreed he will be our player very soon.[/p][/quote]Note the question mark. Do keep up. andyandyandy
  • Score: 5

5:00pm Mon 23 Jun 14

1234566789 says...

UAFhornet wrote:
Reading through the comments, there are people who think that just because someone has played in the Championship and because they are deemed 'home grown' under the FA rules then its a good signing?

He was rubbish when he played for us and he couldn't get in a rubbish Blackpol team that only just avoided relegation last season, how in any way is this a good signing?

He is lightweight, has no pace and from what I witnessed of him had no idea defending corners..

Good signing?
I "quoted" your comment on another thread - he played 32 matches for Blackpool last season. How is it that he "couldn't get in a rubbish Blackpool team"?
[quote][p][bold]UAFhornet[/bold] wrote: Reading through the comments, there are people who think that just because someone has played in the Championship and because they are deemed 'home grown' under the FA rules then its a good signing? He was rubbish when he played for us and he couldn't get in a rubbish Blackpol team that only just avoided relegation last season, how in any way is this a good signing? He is lightweight, has no pace and from what I witnessed of him had no idea defending corners.. Good signing?[/p][/quote]I "quoted" your comment on another thread - he played 32 matches for Blackpool last season. How is it that he "couldn't get in a rubbish Blackpool team"? 1234566789
  • Score: 14

5:06pm Mon 23 Jun 14

youhorns says...

Looks like they quite liked him at Blackpool http://www.backhenry
street.co.uk/thread-
19381.html#.U6hQMF63
a7N
Looks like they quite liked him at Blackpool http://www.backhenry street.co.uk/thread- 19381.html#.U6hQMF63 a7N youhorns
  • Score: 5

5:22pm Mon 23 Jun 14

rowlingstone says...

I think Cathcart is a quality signing. There's no guarantee he's going to be starting 11 so from a squad point of view, fits in nicely. Also from an investment point of view, pending he has a couple of good seasons and attracts interest from other clubs - Pozzo's will sell on for a big fee - that's the way the Pozzo's work
I think Cathcart is a quality signing. There's no guarantee he's going to be starting 11 so from a squad point of view, fits in nicely. Also from an investment point of view, pending he has a couple of good seasons and attracts interest from other clubs - Pozzo's will sell on for a big fee - that's the way the Pozzo's work rowlingstone
  • Score: 9

5:24pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Goldentrue1 says...

Sleeping with the enemy wrote:
Like most on this board, I have my doubts about the quality of this signing. Five years ago I was happy to see him go back.

However, a lot of water has passed under the bridge since then and the management obviously see something there that we can use. I suggest that we all reserve judgement and give the lad a chance.
Absolutely spot on. Blackpool fans seem disappointed he is leaving, and yes, I didn't rate him when he was here before, but he was only 20 then, with not much experience and it is now a different time. It is ridiculous making judgements on the few games he had here in the past. The guy needs a chance before we slate him or the signing.
[quote][p][bold]Sleeping with the enemy[/bold] wrote: Like most on this board, I have my doubts about the quality of this signing. Five years ago I was happy to see him go back. However, a lot of water has passed under the bridge since then and the management obviously see something there that we can use. I suggest that we all reserve judgement and give the lad a chance.[/p][/quote]Absolutely spot on. Blackpool fans seem disappointed he is leaving, and yes, I didn't rate him when he was here before, but he was only 20 then, with not much experience and it is now a different time. It is ridiculous making judgements on the few games he had here in the past. The guy needs a chance before we slate him or the signing. Goldentrue1
  • Score: 13

5:25pm Mon 23 Jun 14

youhorns says...

More positive comments from Blackpool fans http://fansonline.ne
t/blackpool/mb/view.
php?id=1846039
More positive comments from Blackpool fans http://fansonline.ne t/blackpool/mb/view. php?id=1846039 youhorns
  • Score: 3

5:55pm Mon 23 Jun 14

lutondown says...

mellow yellow wrote:
Rosty'srocket wrote:
It seems we are back sliding to the old days. I have some concerns now that the Pozzo's are perhaps not in it for the long term. The stand is taking too long really. the signings so far are not too inspirational ! . This is really annoying with a decent stadium and playing the football we had in year one and building on that we could really make it and hold our own in the prem. Even if we were a Yo Yo club that would be the right direction. Still we have time to change the current perception. So here's hoping i am wrong. I want to see a very positive indication come the pre season fans forum.
I'm getting sick and tired of complaints about the new stand. We've sat for years looking at a farce, something that was more akin to an outbuilding on a farm, and several promises of a new one, ring fenced, state of the art... Blah, blah, blah. We finally have owners who are at least building something adaptable, that we couldn't actually fill at the moment anyway, and they still get slated. What does 'in it for the long term' even mean!? And what do you think would prove it, at this stage in the Pozzo's ownership of the club. I have no problem with criticising the owners, but sometimes it feels their first season was more a millstone, than a milestone. We are in safe hands and, while some things are not ideal, show me any club where they are...
I think you are spot on Mellow.
They have done far more good than bad. You've summed it up nicely
[quote][p][bold]mellow yellow[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rosty'srocket[/bold] wrote: It seems we are back sliding to the old days. I have some concerns now that the Pozzo's are perhaps not in it for the long term. The stand is taking too long really. the signings so far are not too inspirational ! . This is really annoying with a decent stadium and playing the football we had in year one and building on that we could really make it and hold our own in the prem. Even if we were a Yo Yo club that would be the right direction. Still we have time to change the current perception. So here's hoping i am wrong. I want to see a very positive indication come the pre season fans forum.[/p][/quote]I'm getting sick and tired of complaints about the new stand. We've sat for years looking at a farce, something that was more akin to an outbuilding on a farm, and several promises of a new one, ring fenced, state of the art... Blah, blah, blah. We finally have owners who are at least building something adaptable, that we couldn't actually fill at the moment anyway, and they still get slated. What does 'in it for the long term' even mean!? And what do you think would prove it, at this stage in the Pozzo's ownership of the club. I have no problem with criticising the owners, but sometimes it feels their first season was more a millstone, than a milestone. We are in safe hands and, while some things are not ideal, show me any club where they are...[/p][/quote]I think you are spot on Mellow. They have done far more good than bad. You've summed it up nicely lutondown
  • Score: 7

5:57pm Mon 23 Jun 14

lutondown says...

hornetwise wrote:
UAFhornet wrote:
Reading through the comments, there are people who think that just because someone has played in the Championship and because they are deemed 'home grown' under the FA rules then its a good signing?

He was rubbish when he played for us and he couldn't get in a rubbish Blackpol team that only just avoided relegation last season, how in any way is this a good signing?

He is lightweight, has no pace and from what I witnessed of him had no idea defending corners..

Good signing?
Moan,Moan, Moan...... have you been good at your job ever since you started? have you improved or worked better wth different managers ? He has not even kicked a ball yet and you already know how rubbish he is going to be look into your cystal ball and see if we are going to win promotion!!!!
With the prefix UAF probably never had a job just decrying those who do.
Hunt the bar of soap must be a fun game in his student flat
[quote][p][bold]hornetwise[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]UAFhornet[/bold] wrote: Reading through the comments, there are people who think that just because someone has played in the Championship and because they are deemed 'home grown' under the FA rules then its a good signing? He was rubbish when he played for us and he couldn't get in a rubbish Blackpol team that only just avoided relegation last season, how in any way is this a good signing? He is lightweight, has no pace and from what I witnessed of him had no idea defending corners.. Good signing?[/p][/quote]Moan,Moan, Moan...... have you been good at your job ever since you started? have you improved or worked better wth different managers ? He has not even kicked a ball yet and you already know how rubbish he is going to be look into your cystal ball and see if we are going to win promotion!!!![/p][/quote]With the prefix UAF probably never had a job just decrying those who do. Hunt the bar of soap must be a fun game in his student flat lutondown
  • Score: 1

5:58pm Mon 23 Jun 14

lutondown says...

bristol hornet wrote:
PS, I forgot our other classy new centre half the guy from relegated Donny!

What a terrible looking back row!
Back row?...wrong game scarecrow
[quote][p][bold]bristol hornet[/bold] wrote: PS, I forgot our other classy new centre half the guy from relegated Donny! What a terrible looking back row![/p][/quote]Back row?...wrong game scarecrow lutondown
  • Score: 1

6:04pm Mon 23 Jun 14

soulfulhornet says...

Give the lad a chance. From my recollection he was not not that bad or that great for that matter - decent covers it. But he has five years more experience! I would hope he has matured in that time and if Blackpool fans are sad to see him go then he probably has.

Nani is damned if brings in too many overseas players, damned if he brings 'homegrown' players. Those criticizing the signing, could they please suggest realistic (wages/fee) alternatives.
Give the lad a chance. From my recollection he was not not that bad or that great for that matter - decent covers it. But he has five years more experience! I would hope he has matured in that time and if Blackpool fans are sad to see him go then he probably has. Nani is damned if brings in too many overseas players, damned if he brings 'homegrown' players. Those criticizing the signing, could they please suggest realistic (wages/fee) alternatives. soulfulhornet
  • Score: 7

6:09pm Mon 23 Jun 14

The Skeptical Optimist says...

jasonwatford wrote:
The Skeptical Optimist wrote:
Everyone's going on about getting a commanding center back, but just consider for a moment that no club would want to sell such a rock at the back as would meet our expectations. It's all very good to expect us to buy someone, but there are very few suitable candidates on the market. You either have to buy someone injury prone (Hall), disgraced (Taylor), an unproven player (Demerit), an old one (Cassetti) or a homegrown one (Mariappa) if you want your model center back on the cheap.

At least they're trying with Tamas and Cathcart. They may not be ideal, but maybe the coaches see some potential worth nourishing.
The coaches have no say so they will be handed players and told to get on with it
True, but there is clearly communication between the coaching staff and the transfer staff. This is the norm in Italy - do you really think clubs there would be successful if there was no contact between the two parties?
[quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Skeptical Optimist[/bold] wrote: Everyone's going on about getting a commanding center back, but just consider for a moment that no club would want to sell such a rock at the back as would meet our expectations. It's all very good to expect us to buy someone, but there are very few suitable candidates on the market. You either have to buy someone injury prone (Hall), disgraced (Taylor), an unproven player (Demerit), an old one (Cassetti) or a homegrown one (Mariappa) if you want your model center back on the cheap. At least they're trying with Tamas and Cathcart. They may not be ideal, but maybe the coaches see some potential worth nourishing.[/p][/quote]The coaches have no say so they will be handed players and told to get on with it[/p][/quote]True, but there is clearly communication between the coaching staff and the transfer staff. This is the norm in Italy - do you really think clubs there would be successful if there was no contact between the two parties? The Skeptical Optimist
  • Score: 0

6:14pm Mon 23 Jun 14

jaemae2 says...

This defense is looking a trainwreck centrally with guys like Belkalem/Cathcart/Ta
mas manning it. Terrifying.
This defense is looking a trainwreck centrally with guys like Belkalem/Cathcart/Ta mas manning it. Terrifying. jaemae2
  • Score: -7

6:36pm Mon 23 Jun 14

allgood says...

This time last year everyone was excited about exotic foreign signings we were making. Some even thought we could put out two title winning sides.
Most of them turned out to be poor in our league. Now we are reverting to championship journeymen, but managed well that may be the answer. Look at Burnley not too many stars there.
This time last year everyone was excited about exotic foreign signings we were making. Some even thought we could put out two title winning sides. Most of them turned out to be poor in our league. Now we are reverting to championship journeymen, but managed well that may be the answer. Look at Burnley not too many stars there. allgood
  • Score: 5

7:17pm Mon 23 Jun 14

grahamwfc says...

Clearly Angella and Ekstrand are offski. Tommie Hoban plus one from the rest. In our 4-4-2. With Bekalem snd The Tapas Kid we will need cover to fill in when suspended.
Clearly Angella and Ekstrand are offski. Tommie Hoban plus one from the rest. In our 4-4-2. With Bekalem snd The Tapas Kid we will need cover to fill in when suspended. grahamwfc
  • Score: 0

7:46pm Mon 23 Jun 14

soulfulhornet says...

Ekstrand may well be off. Angella, if off, will fetch money. I would suggest that if Angella and Deeney are off then we will have money to spend c. £7-8m I suspect. Then again those that castigate the signing of Cathcart also deride Angella's contribution. I think that if you combine Angella with the likes of a Fitz (in his prime), Malky or Clark Carlisle you would have some central defence.
Ekstrand may well be off. Angella, if off, will fetch money. I would suggest that if Angella and Deeney are off then we will have money to spend c. £7-8m I suspect. Then again those that castigate the signing of Cathcart also deride Angella's contribution. I think that if you combine Angella with the likes of a Fitz (in his prime), Malky or Clark Carlisle you would have some central defence. soulfulhornet
  • Score: 4

7:59pm Mon 23 Jun 14

soulfulhornet says...

jag000 wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Hemel Horns wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.
If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!!
Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits
The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.
And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...
[quote][p][bold]jag000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hemel Horns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.[/p][/quote]If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!![/p][/quote]Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits[/p][/quote]The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.[/p][/quote]And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better... soulfulhornet
  • Score: 2

8:27pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Mooneyman says...

My concern is why are we signing a seventh centre half? We don't need him in an already overloaded area, unless we're losing a couple?
New centre halves together with our new keeper, certainly going to make for some interesting times at the back!
My concern is why are we signing a seventh centre half? We don't need him in an already overloaded area, unless we're losing a couple? New centre halves together with our new keeper, certainly going to make for some interesting times at the back! Mooneyman
  • Score: 1

9:12pm Mon 23 Jun 14

matey_from_brighton says...

hornetwise wrote:
He is an young english player that can play in more than one position. Stop being negative and focus on the positives . We are going to need a big squad with players that can all play when asked the season is hard and he has championship experience. It has got to be better that signing a world cup player that will not have a clue about playing in England unless they have done it before!! Lets give the guy a chance before everyone jumps on his back
from what I have seen of the world cup so far English players are ones you would NOT want to sign. From my memories of him before with us this is a very poor signing. Quite depressing.
[quote][p][bold]hornetwise[/bold] wrote: He is an young english player that can play in more than one position. Stop being negative and focus on the positives . We are going to need a big squad with players that can all play when asked the season is hard and he has championship experience. It has got to be better that signing a world cup player that will not have a clue about playing in England unless they have done it before!! Lets give the guy a chance before everyone jumps on his back[/p][/quote]from what I have seen of the world cup so far English players are ones you would NOT want to sign. From my memories of him before with us this is a very poor signing. Quite depressing. matey_from_brighton
  • Score: -2

9:24pm Mon 23 Jun 14

matey_from_brighton says...

HornetHazza wrote:
People really need to start to trust the Pozzo's and stop questioning the players they are recruiting. Cathcart deserves a chances at Watford. We are not going back to the old days. Question is simple, Dale Bennett or Craig Cathcart?
I would take Dale Bennett from what I saw of the two playing in a Watford shirt, and if we had more players with the commitment he showed away to West Ham when he got stretchered off we would have a lot more chance of winning games consistently. Lets hope he proves a lot of us wrong.
[quote][p][bold]HornetHazza[/bold] wrote: People really need to start to trust the Pozzo's and stop questioning the players they are recruiting. Cathcart deserves a chances at Watford. We are not going back to the old days. Question is simple, Dale Bennett or Craig Cathcart?[/p][/quote]I would take Dale Bennett from what I saw of the two playing in a Watford shirt, and if we had more players with the commitment he showed away to West Ham when he got stretchered off we would have a lot more chance of winning games consistently. Lets hope he proves a lot of us wrong. matey_from_brighton
  • Score: 1

9:30pm Mon 23 Jun 14

lutondown says...

soulfulhornet wrote:
jag000 wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Hemel Horns wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.
If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!!
Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits
The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.
And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...
Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub.
So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.
[quote][p][bold]soulfulhornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jag000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hemel Horns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.[/p][/quote]If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!![/p][/quote]Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits[/p][/quote]The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.[/p][/quote]And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...[/p][/quote]Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub. So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day. lutondown
  • Score: 1

9:57pm Mon 23 Jun 14

UkipTed says...

I am rather pleased with this signing, more players from the United Kingdom the better as far as I am concerned, very patriotic lot the folk of Ulster.

Welcome Craig, I am sure you will do a super job.
I am rather pleased with this signing, more players from the United Kingdom the better as far as I am concerned, very patriotic lot the folk of Ulster. Welcome Craig, I am sure you will do a super job. UkipTed
  • Score: 0

10:12pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Yellowexile says...

Reading this from relatively far (well, a hundred miles up the M1), I really don't get some people. Comments like "the signings so far are not exactly inspirational". What do you want. This board has been full for a year of "We need British players", "We need Championship experience", "we should have big signings". Let's recap. Dyer. Hugely experienced English Championship player. I work with loads of Leicester fans and they are all gutted that they didn't hold on to him. Gomes. Tottenham paid something around £8m for a Champions League keeper. He hasn't suddenly become rubbish. Think back 2 or 3 years. A Champions League keeper. At Watford. And at 33, a fantastic age for a keeper. And you complain?! And a new stand. Shiny, new stand that isn't crippling us for debt. And not being liquidated. That's a bonus. And Cathcart. OK, perhaps not Vincent Kompany, but a solid signing. I swear that if we were to sign Neymar, Ronaldo, Bale and Robben, some people would still whinge that it wasn't Suarez as well.
Reading this from relatively far (well, a hundred miles up the M1), I really don't get some people. Comments like "the signings so far are not exactly inspirational". What do you want. This board has been full for a year of "We need British players", "We need Championship experience", "we should have big signings". Let's recap. Dyer. Hugely experienced English Championship player. I work with loads of Leicester fans and they are all gutted that they didn't hold on to him. Gomes. Tottenham paid something around £8m for a Champions League keeper. He hasn't suddenly become rubbish. Think back 2 or 3 years. A Champions League keeper. At Watford. And at 33, a fantastic age for a keeper. And you complain?! And a new stand. Shiny, new stand that isn't crippling us for debt. And not being liquidated. That's a bonus. And Cathcart. OK, perhaps not Vincent Kompany, but a solid signing. I swear that if we were to sign Neymar, Ronaldo, Bale and Robben, some people would still whinge that it wasn't Suarez as well. Yellowexile
  • Score: 16

10:42pm Mon 23 Jun 14

EltonForever says...

Oh ye of little faith!

Why do WFC fans always see a glass as being half empty?!
Oh ye of little faith! Why do WFC fans always see a glass as being half empty?! EltonForever
  • Score: 5

11:04pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Chariots says...

I cannot believe all this rubbish about bpool fans rating him. Living in bpool and talking football every Monday morning about the wkend footy. They are not bothered if he stays or go. He is a league 1 defender playing for a league 1 team. He isn't commanding in the air and doesn't like physicality. Why do you think he has played right back because even bpool see his weakness in Central defense. This is poor signing on the cheap as we all know the poor wages the oystens pay. Cathcart will think his Christmases have arrived at once leaving a poor team to an ambitious team which will pay him decent money. Cathcart can only be a squad player and for that reason a poor signing. He looks good on the ball but in championship you need blood and guts defending. He will not give us that and as much as I applaud fans giving him a chance, I will say this you cannot polish a turd. It is a backwards signing and his composure on ball will not hide his defensive failings. We don't need another right back.
I cannot believe all this rubbish about bpool fans rating him. Living in bpool and talking football every Monday morning about the wkend footy. They are not bothered if he stays or go. He is a league 1 defender playing for a league 1 team. He isn't commanding in the air and doesn't like physicality. Why do you think he has played right back because even bpool see his weakness in Central defense. This is poor signing on the cheap as we all know the poor wages the oystens pay. Cathcart will think his Christmases have arrived at once leaving a poor team to an ambitious team which will pay him decent money. Cathcart can only be a squad player and for that reason a poor signing. He looks good on the ball but in championship you need blood and guts defending. He will not give us that and as much as I applaud fans giving him a chance, I will say this you cannot polish a turd. It is a backwards signing and his composure on ball will not hide his defensive failings. We don't need another right back. Chariots
  • Score: 2

11:09pm Mon 23 Jun 14

soulfulhornet says...

Yellowexile wrote:
Reading this from relatively far (well, a hundred miles up the M1), I really don't get some people. Comments like "the signings so far are not exactly inspirational". What do you want. This board has been full for a year of "We need British players", "We need Championship experience", "we should have big signings". Let's recap. Dyer. Hugely experienced English Championship player. I work with loads of Leicester fans and they are all gutted that they didn't hold on to him. Gomes. Tottenham paid something around £8m for a Champions League keeper. He hasn't suddenly become rubbish. Think back 2 or 3 years. A Champions League keeper. At Watford. And at 33, a fantastic age for a keeper. And you complain?! And a new stand. Shiny, new stand that isn't crippling us for debt. And not being liquidated. That's a bonus. And Cathcart. OK, perhaps not Vincent Kompany, but a solid signing. I swear that if we were to sign Neymar, Ronaldo, Bale and Robben, some people would still whinge that it wasn't Suarez as well.
Exactly, agree 100%. Who do we expect to sign? Those criticizing the signings need to name names...please. Not having a go but those that are not happy with Tamas and Cathgart, give us your wish list of say 5 signees..
but be realistic. Obviously we are not going to sign top quality World Cup, Champions league or Prem players. Instead of being negative about would be signings, be positive about those you think we can and should be signing..
[quote][p][bold]Yellowexile[/bold] wrote: Reading this from relatively far (well, a hundred miles up the M1), I really don't get some people. Comments like "the signings so far are not exactly inspirational". What do you want. This board has been full for a year of "We need British players", "We need Championship experience", "we should have big signings". Let's recap. Dyer. Hugely experienced English Championship player. I work with loads of Leicester fans and they are all gutted that they didn't hold on to him. Gomes. Tottenham paid something around £8m for a Champions League keeper. He hasn't suddenly become rubbish. Think back 2 or 3 years. A Champions League keeper. At Watford. And at 33, a fantastic age for a keeper. And you complain?! And a new stand. Shiny, new stand that isn't crippling us for debt. And not being liquidated. That's a bonus. And Cathcart. OK, perhaps not Vincent Kompany, but a solid signing. I swear that if we were to sign Neymar, Ronaldo, Bale and Robben, some people would still whinge that it wasn't Suarez as well.[/p][/quote]Exactly, agree 100%. Who do we expect to sign? Those criticizing the signings need to name names...please. Not having a go but those that are not happy with Tamas and Cathgart, give us your wish list of say 5 signees.. but be realistic. Obviously we are not going to sign top quality World Cup, Champions league or Prem players. Instead of being negative about would be signings, be positive about those you think we can and should be signing.. soulfulhornet
  • Score: 2

11:34pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Chariots says...

Hold on. Let's just pick the 5 worst championships defenders instead. You will find as most watford fans agree that Cathcart will be one of them. You don't have to sign poorly just because they are English based players. Mike Williamson was a rough diamond from Wycombe there must a lower league gem somewhere. Cathcart is certainly not that. Blackpool have 6 contracted players of course they are sorry to see him go. One less for them to re-sign. That's the only reason bpool fans will miss him.
Hold on. Let's just pick the 5 worst championships defenders instead. You will find as most watford fans agree that Cathcart will be one of them. You don't have to sign poorly just because they are English based players. Mike Williamson was a rough diamond from Wycombe there must a lower league gem somewhere. Cathcart is certainly not that. Blackpool have 6 contracted players of course they are sorry to see him go. One less for them to re-sign. That's the only reason bpool fans will miss him. Chariots
  • Score: -4

11:46pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Hornet Cornet says...

Watfordpete wrote:
hornetwise wrote: He is an young english player that can play in more than one position. Stop being negative and focus on the positives . We are going to need a big squad with players that can all play when asked the season is hard and he has championship experience. It has got to be better that signing a world cup player that will not have a clue about playing in England unless they have done it before!! Lets give the guy a chance before everyone jumps on his back
He is actually Northern Irish, and a full international. But he qualifies as home grown due to being developed at Man Utd. Pozzos are very ambitious as far as I can see but not reckless. They want us to compete in the Premier League but aren't going to bankrupt themselves.
What proof have you got that they're ambititious? The fact of the matter is that Cathcart is an average player at best. Forget world cup players - we already have Belkalem and not many of you have been online after Algeria's win yesterday.

The Pozzo's need to get young players who are capable of progressing the team, not someone who is run of the mill. I am correct, I am always am. Prove me wrong and examine my thong

HC
[quote][p][bold]Watfordpete[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hornetwise[/bold] wrote: He is an young english player that can play in more than one position. Stop being negative and focus on the positives . We are going to need a big squad with players that can all play when asked the season is hard and he has championship experience. It has got to be better that signing a world cup player that will not have a clue about playing in England unless they have done it before!! Lets give the guy a chance before everyone jumps on his back[/p][/quote]He is actually Northern Irish, and a full international. But he qualifies as home grown due to being developed at Man Utd. Pozzos are very ambitious as far as I can see but not reckless. They want us to compete in the Premier League but aren't going to bankrupt themselves.[/p][/quote]What proof have you got that they're ambititious? The fact of the matter is that Cathcart is an average player at best. Forget world cup players - we already have Belkalem and not many of you have been online after Algeria's win yesterday. The Pozzo's need to get young players who are capable of progressing the team, not someone who is run of the mill. I am correct, I am always am. Prove me wrong and examine my thong HC Hornet Cornet
  • Score: -9

8:30am Tue 24 Jun 14

SAHornet says...

We need players with big hearts !
We need players with big hearts ! SAHornet
  • Score: 4

8:46am Tue 24 Jun 14

Harry's Bar says...

Hornet Cornet wrote:
Watfordpete wrote:
hornetwise wrote: He is an young english player that can play in more than one position. Stop being negative and focus on the positives . We are going to need a big squad with players that can all play when asked the season is hard and he has championship experience. It has got to be better that signing a world cup player that will not have a clue about playing in England unless they have done it before!! Lets give the guy a chance before everyone jumps on his back
He is actually Northern Irish, and a full international. But he qualifies as home grown due to being developed at Man Utd. Pozzos are very ambitious as far as I can see but not reckless. They want us to compete in the Premier League but aren't going to bankrupt themselves.
What proof have you got that they're ambititious? The fact of the matter is that Cathcart is an average player at best. Forget world cup players - we already have Belkalem and not many of you have been online after Algeria's win yesterday.

The Pozzo's need to get young players who are capable of progressing the team, not someone who is run of the mill. I am correct, I am always am. Prove me wrong and examine my thong

HC
How could you prove that statement wrong, it's basically saying that good players are preferable to average players?
[quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Watfordpete[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hornetwise[/bold] wrote: He is an young english player that can play in more than one position. Stop being negative and focus on the positives . We are going to need a big squad with players that can all play when asked the season is hard and he has championship experience. It has got to be better that signing a world cup player that will not have a clue about playing in England unless they have done it before!! Lets give the guy a chance before everyone jumps on his back[/p][/quote]He is actually Northern Irish, and a full international. But he qualifies as home grown due to being developed at Man Utd. Pozzos are very ambitious as far as I can see but not reckless. They want us to compete in the Premier League but aren't going to bankrupt themselves.[/p][/quote]What proof have you got that they're ambititious? The fact of the matter is that Cathcart is an average player at best. Forget world cup players - we already have Belkalem and not many of you have been online after Algeria's win yesterday. The Pozzo's need to get young players who are capable of progressing the team, not someone who is run of the mill. I am correct, I am always am. Prove me wrong and examine my thong HC[/p][/quote]How could you prove that statement wrong, it's basically saying that good players are preferable to average players? Harry's Bar
  • Score: 0

8:57am Tue 24 Jun 14

bristol hornet says...

matey_from_brighton wrote:
HornetHazza wrote:
People really need to start to trust the Pozzo's and stop questioning the players they are recruiting. Cathcart deserves a chances at Watford. We are not going back to the old days. Question is simple, Dale Bennett or Craig Cathcart?
I would take Dale Bennett from what I saw of the two playing in a Watford shirt, and if we had more players with the commitment he showed away to West Ham when he got stretchered off we would have a lot more chance of winning games consistently. Lets hope he proves a lot of us wrong.
Bennett any day!
[quote][p][bold]matey_from_brighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HornetHazza[/bold] wrote: People really need to start to trust the Pozzo's and stop questioning the players they are recruiting. Cathcart deserves a chances at Watford. We are not going back to the old days. Question is simple, Dale Bennett or Craig Cathcart?[/p][/quote]I would take Dale Bennett from what I saw of the two playing in a Watford shirt, and if we had more players with the commitment he showed away to West Ham when he got stretchered off we would have a lot more chance of winning games consistently. Lets hope he proves a lot of us wrong.[/p][/quote]Bennett any day! bristol hornet
  • Score: 1

9:02am Tue 24 Jun 14

bristol hornet says...

lutondown wrote:
soulfulhornet wrote:
jag000 wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Hemel Horns wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.
If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!!
Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits
The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.
And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...
Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub.
So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.
Bennett over Carthorse any day!!

In fact, I think Lutondown is probably better than Cathcart, but he is such a wa.k.r that it is a cklose thing!

Tamas signs from relegated Donny.

Carthorse signs from one of the weakest defences in the league who narrowly missed relegation!

Says it all for me!
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]soulfulhornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jag000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hemel Horns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.[/p][/quote]If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!![/p][/quote]Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits[/p][/quote]The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.[/p][/quote]And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...[/p][/quote]Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub. So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.[/p][/quote]Bennett over Carthorse any day!! In fact, I think Lutondown is probably better than Cathcart, but he is such a wa.k.r that it is a cklose thing! Tamas signs from relegated Donny. Carthorse signs from one of the weakest defences in the league who narrowly missed relegation! Says it all for me! bristol hornet
  • Score: 2

9:05am Tue 24 Jun 14

bristol hornet says...

SAHornet wrote:
We need players with big hearts !
Carthorse probably has a big heart, but his small head is no good at heading the ball!

It has been our weakness for some time now with the likes of Neuton, Ekstrand, Cassetti, Doyley plating at CH where we lose so many of the vital heading duels.

Carthorse just adds to this problem, and is Tamas any better?
[quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: We need players with big hearts ![/p][/quote]Carthorse probably has a big heart, but his small head is no good at heading the ball! It has been our weakness for some time now with the likes of Neuton, Ekstrand, Cassetti, Doyley plating at CH where we lose so many of the vital heading duels. Carthorse just adds to this problem, and is Tamas any better? bristol hornet
  • Score: 2

9:41am Tue 24 Jun 14

Harry's Bar says...

bristol hornet wrote:
SAHornet wrote:
We need players with big hearts !
Carthorse probably has a big heart, but his small head is no good at heading the ball!

It has been our weakness for some time now with the likes of Neuton, Ekstrand, Cassetti, Doyley plating at CH where we lose so many of the vital heading duels.

Carthorse just adds to this problem, and is Tamas any better?
I think SA was joking, not something everyone would joke about but we have a very diverse bunch of people on here.
[quote][p][bold]bristol hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: We need players with big hearts ![/p][/quote]Carthorse probably has a big heart, but his small head is no good at heading the ball! It has been our weakness for some time now with the likes of Neuton, Ekstrand, Cassetti, Doyley plating at CH where we lose so many of the vital heading duels. Carthorse just adds to this problem, and is Tamas any better?[/p][/quote]I think SA was joking, not something everyone would joke about but we have a very diverse bunch of people on here. Harry's Bar
  • Score: 0

10:23am Tue 24 Jun 14

jasonwatford says...

Quote of this thread - You can't polish a turd......End of thread !
Quote of this thread - You can't polish a turd......End of thread ! jasonwatford
  • Score: 1

12:45pm Tue 24 Jun 14

lutondown says...

bristol hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
soulfulhornet wrote:
jag000 wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Hemel Horns wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.
If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!!
Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits
The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.
And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...
Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub.
So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.
Bennett over Carthorse any day!!

In fact, I think Lutondown is probably better than Cathcart, but he is such a wa.k.r that it is a cklose thing!

Tamas signs from relegated Donny.

Carthorse signs from one of the weakest defences in the league who narrowly missed relegation!

Says it all for me!
See you in west herts any time you fancy
We'll see whose what then you carrot crunching k nob
[quote][p][bold]bristol hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]soulfulhornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jag000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hemel Horns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.[/p][/quote]If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!![/p][/quote]Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits[/p][/quote]The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.[/p][/quote]And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...[/p][/quote]Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub. So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.[/p][/quote]Bennett over Carthorse any day!! In fact, I think Lutondown is probably better than Cathcart, but he is such a wa.k.r that it is a cklose thing! Tamas signs from relegated Donny. Carthorse signs from one of the weakest defences in the league who narrowly missed relegation! Says it all for me![/p][/quote]See you in west herts any time you fancy We'll see whose what then you carrot crunching k nob lutondown
  • Score: -5

12:59pm Tue 24 Jun 14

soulfulhornet says...

Bennett was a decent enough defender and looked a good prospect. But where is he now ? Near bottom of the Conference with Forest Green, I think, which is 3 levels lower than Blackpool. Championship, Div 1 or Div 2 players not queuing up for him

Trouble is Bennett's distribution was terrible - makes Lloydinho look like Pirlo!.
Bennett was a decent enough defender and looked a good prospect. But where is he now ? Near bottom of the Conference with Forest Green, I think, which is 3 levels lower than Blackpool. Championship, Div 1 or Div 2 players not queuing up for him Trouble is Bennett's distribution was terrible - makes Lloydinho look like Pirlo!. soulfulhornet
  • Score: -1

12:59pm Tue 24 Jun 14

soulfulhornet says...

sorry players should be clubs
sorry players should be clubs soulfulhornet
  • Score: 0

1:34pm Tue 24 Jun 14

bristol hornet says...

lutondown wrote:
bristol hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
soulfulhornet wrote:
jag000 wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Hemel Horns wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.
If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!!
Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits
The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.
And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...
Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub.
So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.
Bennett over Carthorse any day!!

In fact, I think Lutondown is probably better than Cathcart, but he is such a wa.k.r that it is a cklose thing!

Tamas signs from relegated Donny.

Carthorse signs from one of the weakest defences in the league who narrowly missed relegation!

Says it all for me!
See you in west herts any time you fancy
We'll see whose what then you carrot crunching k nob
All "mouth" again from the fat old baldy at the Salon!

Have you and fellow fat baldy Buckler got your coloured photo of Carthorse up so you both of yoy wa.k.e.s acn bow down and worship him?????

God help us all with supporters like you two. I suppose you still have the "I LOVE BAS" banner up at the Salon?
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bristol hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]soulfulhornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jag000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hemel Horns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.[/p][/quote]If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!![/p][/quote]Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits[/p][/quote]The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.[/p][/quote]And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...[/p][/quote]Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub. So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.[/p][/quote]Bennett over Carthorse any day!! In fact, I think Lutondown is probably better than Cathcart, but he is such a wa.k.r that it is a cklose thing! Tamas signs from relegated Donny. Carthorse signs from one of the weakest defences in the league who narrowly missed relegation! Says it all for me![/p][/quote]See you in west herts any time you fancy We'll see whose what then you carrot crunching k nob[/p][/quote]All "mouth" again from the fat old baldy at the Salon! Have you and fellow fat baldy Buckler got your coloured photo of Carthorse up so you both of yoy wa.k.e.s acn bow down and worship him????? God help us all with supporters like you two. I suppose you still have the "I LOVE BAS" banner up at the Salon? bristol hornet
  • Score: 2

1:36pm Tue 24 Jun 14

bristol hornet says...

soulfulhornet wrote:
Bennett was a decent enough defender and looked a good prospect. But where is he now ? Near bottom of the Conference with Forest Green, I think, which is 3 levels lower than Blackpool. Championship, Div 1 or Div 2 players not queuing up for him

Trouble is Bennett's distribution was terrible - makes Lloydinho look like Pirlo!.
Yes, but Bennett looked useful for us and was discarded too soon.

Carthorse will soon be joining him in the lower leagues!
[quote][p][bold]soulfulhornet[/bold] wrote: Bennett was a decent enough defender and looked a good prospect. But where is he now ? Near bottom of the Conference with Forest Green, I think, which is 3 levels lower than Blackpool. Championship, Div 1 or Div 2 players not queuing up for him Trouble is Bennett's distribution was terrible - makes Lloydinho look like Pirlo!.[/p][/quote]Yes, but Bennett looked useful for us and was discarded too soon. Carthorse will soon be joining him in the lower leagues! bristol hornet
  • Score: 2

3:07pm Tue 24 Jun 14

1234566789 says...

lutondown wrote:
bristol hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
soulfulhornet wrote:
jag000 wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Hemel Horns wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.
If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!!
Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits
The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.
And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...
Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub.
So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.
Bennett over Carthorse any day!!

In fact, I think Lutondown is probably better than Cathcart, but he is such a wa.k.r that it is a cklose thing!

Tamas signs from relegated Donny.

Carthorse signs from one of the weakest defences in the league who narrowly missed relegation!

Says it all for me!
See you in west herts any time you fancy
We'll see whose what then you carrot crunching k nob
Still offering people out to the West Herts Club - grow up fella
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bristol hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]soulfulhornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jag000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hemel Horns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.[/p][/quote]If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!![/p][/quote]Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits[/p][/quote]The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.[/p][/quote]And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...[/p][/quote]Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub. So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.[/p][/quote]Bennett over Carthorse any day!! In fact, I think Lutondown is probably better than Cathcart, but he is such a wa.k.r that it is a cklose thing! Tamas signs from relegated Donny. Carthorse signs from one of the weakest defences in the league who narrowly missed relegation! Says it all for me![/p][/quote]See you in west herts any time you fancy We'll see whose what then you carrot crunching k nob[/p][/quote]Still offering people out to the West Herts Club - grow up fella 1234566789
  • Score: 7

5:52pm Tue 24 Jun 14

Oxford-Away-1992 says...

Harry's Bar wrote:
bristol hornet wrote:
SAHornet wrote:
We need players with big hearts !
Carthorse probably has a big heart, but his small head is no good at heading the ball!

It has been our weakness for some time now with the likes of Neuton, Ekstrand, Cassetti, Doyley plating at CH where we lose so many of the vital heading duels.

Carthorse just adds to this problem, and is Tamas any better?
I think SA was joking, not something everyone would joke about but we have a very diverse bunch of people on here.
Hi Harry's Bar I notice you didn't respond to my question regarding the fixture list !!!
[quote][p][bold]Harry's Bar[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bristol hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: We need players with big hearts ![/p][/quote]Carthorse probably has a big heart, but his small head is no good at heading the ball! It has been our weakness for some time now with the likes of Neuton, Ekstrand, Cassetti, Doyley plating at CH where we lose so many of the vital heading duels. Carthorse just adds to this problem, and is Tamas any better?[/p][/quote]I think SA was joking, not something everyone would joke about but we have a very diverse bunch of people on here.[/p][/quote]Hi Harry's Bar I notice you didn't respond to my question regarding the fixture list !!! Oxford-Away-1992
  • Score: 0

6:19pm Tue 24 Jun 14

lutondown says...

bristol hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
bristol hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
soulfulhornet wrote:
jag000 wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Hemel Horns wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.
If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!!
Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits
The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.
And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...
Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub.
So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.
Bennett over Carthorse any day!!

In fact, I think Lutondown is probably better than Cathcart, but he is such a wa.k.r that it is a cklose thing!

Tamas signs from relegated Donny.

Carthorse signs from one of the weakest defences in the league who narrowly missed relegation!

Says it all for me!
See you in west herts any time you fancy
We'll see whose what then you carrot crunching k nob
All "mouth" again from the fat old baldy at the Salon!

Have you and fellow fat baldy Buckler got your coloured photo of Carthorse up so you both of yoy wa.k.e.s acn bow down and worship him?????

God help us all with supporters like you two. I suppose you still have the "I LOVE BAS" banner up at the Salon?
Hello Ilovebas so you've gone from the Christian soap box to scaring crows?
Tool
[quote][p][bold]bristol hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bristol hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]soulfulhornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jag000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hemel Horns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.[/p][/quote]If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!![/p][/quote]Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits[/p][/quote]The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.[/p][/quote]And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...[/p][/quote]Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub. So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.[/p][/quote]Bennett over Carthorse any day!! In fact, I think Lutondown is probably better than Cathcart, but he is such a wa.k.r that it is a cklose thing! Tamas signs from relegated Donny. Carthorse signs from one of the weakest defences in the league who narrowly missed relegation! Says it all for me![/p][/quote]See you in west herts any time you fancy We'll see whose what then you carrot crunching k nob[/p][/quote]All "mouth" again from the fat old baldy at the Salon! Have you and fellow fat baldy Buckler got your coloured photo of Carthorse up so you both of yoy wa.k.e.s acn bow down and worship him????? God help us all with supporters like you two. I suppose you still have the "I LOVE BAS" banner up at the Salon?[/p][/quote]Hello Ilovebas so you've gone from the Christian soap box to scaring crows? Tool lutondown
  • Score: -2

6:21pm Tue 24 Jun 14

lutondown says...

1234566789 wrote:
lutondown wrote:
bristol hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
soulfulhornet wrote:
jag000 wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Hemel Horns wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.
If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!!
Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits
The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.
And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...
Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub.
So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.
Bennett over Carthorse any day!!

In fact, I think Lutondown is probably better than Cathcart, but he is such a wa.k.r that it is a cklose thing!

Tamas signs from relegated Donny.

Carthorse signs from one of the weakest defences in the league who narrowly missed relegation!

Says it all for me!
See you in west herts any time you fancy
We'll see whose what then you carrot crunching k nob
Still offering people out to the West Herts Club - grow up fella
No, responding to an invite. One I extend to you
[quote][p][bold]1234566789[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bristol hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]soulfulhornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jag000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hemel Horns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.[/p][/quote]If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!![/p][/quote]Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits[/p][/quote]The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.[/p][/quote]And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...[/p][/quote]Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub. So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.[/p][/quote]Bennett over Carthorse any day!! In fact, I think Lutondown is probably better than Cathcart, but he is such a wa.k.r that it is a cklose thing! Tamas signs from relegated Donny. Carthorse signs from one of the weakest defences in the league who narrowly missed relegation! Says it all for me![/p][/quote]See you in west herts any time you fancy We'll see whose what then you carrot crunching k nob[/p][/quote]Still offering people out to the West Herts Club - grow up fella[/p][/quote]No, responding to an invite. One I extend to you lutondown
  • Score: -9

9:45pm Tue 24 Jun 14

Oxford-Away-1992 says...

lutondown wrote:
1234566789 wrote:
lutondown wrote:
bristol hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
soulfulhornet wrote:
jag000 wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Hemel Horns wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.
If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!!
Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits
The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.
And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...
Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub.
So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.
Bennett over Carthorse any day!!

In fact, I think Lutondown is probably better than Cathcart, but he is such a wa.k.r that it is a cklose thing!

Tamas signs from relegated Donny.

Carthorse signs from one of the weakest defences in the league who narrowly missed relegation!

Says it all for me!
See you in west herts any time you fancy
We'll see whose what then you carrot crunching k nob
Still offering people out to the West Herts Club - grow up fella
No, responding to an invite. One I extend to you
What a Twonk !!!!
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1234566789[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bristol hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]soulfulhornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jag000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hemel Horns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.[/p][/quote]If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!![/p][/quote]Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits[/p][/quote]The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.[/p][/quote]And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...[/p][/quote]Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub. So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.[/p][/quote]Bennett over Carthorse any day!! In fact, I think Lutondown is probably better than Cathcart, but he is such a wa.k.r that it is a cklose thing! Tamas signs from relegated Donny. Carthorse signs from one of the weakest defences in the league who narrowly missed relegation! Says it all for me![/p][/quote]See you in west herts any time you fancy We'll see whose what then you carrot crunching k nob[/p][/quote]Still offering people out to the West Herts Club - grow up fella[/p][/quote]No, responding to an invite. One I extend to you[/p][/quote]What a Twonk !!!! Oxford-Away-1992
  • Score: 4

10:51am Wed 25 Jun 14

Boosey says...

Oxford-Away-1992 wrote:
lutondown wrote:
1234566789 wrote:
lutondown wrote:
bristol hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
soulfulhornet wrote:
jag000 wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Hemel Horns wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.
If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!!
Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits
The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.
And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...
Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub.
So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.
Bennett over Carthorse any day!!

In fact, I think Lutondown is probably better than Cathcart, but he is such a wa.k.r that it is a cklose thing!

Tamas signs from relegated Donny.

Carthorse signs from one of the weakest defences in the league who narrowly missed relegation!

Says it all for me!
See you in west herts any time you fancy
We'll see whose what then you carrot crunching k nob
Still offering people out to the West Herts Club - grow up fella
No, responding to an invite. One I extend to you
What a Twonk !!!!
A lot of faceless keyboard warriors having a go at lutondown. He has invited Bristol Hornet for a drink and chat and everyone else joins in, just let them get on with it.
The problem we have on this site is, that no one is allowed an opinion, whether good or bad and when they do so, they get slated.
Add the grammar police to this and these are the reasons why a lot of people don't post.
[quote][p][bold]Oxford-Away-1992[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1234566789[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bristol hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]soulfulhornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jag000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hemel Horns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.[/p][/quote]If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!![/p][/quote]Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits[/p][/quote]The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.[/p][/quote]And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...[/p][/quote]Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub. So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.[/p][/quote]Bennett over Carthorse any day!! In fact, I think Lutondown is probably better than Cathcart, but he is such a wa.k.r that it is a cklose thing! Tamas signs from relegated Donny. Carthorse signs from one of the weakest defences in the league who narrowly missed relegation! Says it all for me![/p][/quote]See you in west herts any time you fancy We'll see whose what then you carrot crunching k nob[/p][/quote]Still offering people out to the West Herts Club - grow up fella[/p][/quote]No, responding to an invite. One I extend to you[/p][/quote]What a Twonk !!!![/p][/quote]A lot of faceless keyboard warriors having a go at lutondown. He has invited Bristol Hornet for a drink and chat and everyone else joins in, just let them get on with it. The problem we have on this site is, that no one is allowed an opinion, whether good or bad and when they do so, they get slated. Add the grammar police to this and these are the reasons why a lot of people don't post. Boosey
  • Score: -4

11:33am Wed 25 Jun 14

1234566789 says...

Yeah, but the problem is that all the aggression and slating comes from lutondown - I don't think the post comes across as an invite for a pint, it comes across as a threat. Pretty much every post on here from him is attacking someone - "scarecrow" "With the prefix UAF probably never had a job just decrying those who do.
Hunt the bar of soap must be a fun game in his student flat"

Not saying you can't have an opinion (otherwise what is the point in this forum) but what lutondown does on every thread is slate someone for having a different opinion to him, not by offering an alternative but by belittling them. If they come back to him it goes along the lines of "well meet me at the west herts club and we'll see about that". Pathetic
Yeah, but the problem is that all the aggression and slating comes from lutondown - I don't think the post comes across as an invite for a pint, it comes across as a threat. Pretty much every post on here from him is attacking someone - "scarecrow" "With the prefix UAF probably never had a job just decrying those who do. Hunt the bar of soap must be a fun game in his student flat" Not saying you can't have an opinion (otherwise what is the point in this forum) but what lutondown does on every thread is slate someone for having a different opinion to him, not by offering an alternative but by belittling them. If they come back to him it goes along the lines of "well meet me at the west herts club and we'll see about that". Pathetic 1234566789
  • Score: 8

10:14am Thu 26 Jun 14

Oxford-Away-1992 says...

Boosey wrote:
Oxford-Away-1992 wrote:
lutondown wrote:
1234566789 wrote:
lutondown wrote:
bristol hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
soulfulhornet wrote:
jag000 wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Hemel Horns wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.
If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!!
Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits
The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.
And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...
Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub.
So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.
Bennett over Carthorse any day!!

In fact, I think Lutondown is probably better than Cathcart, but he is such a wa.k.r that it is a cklose thing!

Tamas signs from relegated Donny.

Carthorse signs from one of the weakest defences in the league who narrowly missed relegation!

Says it all for me!
See you in west herts any time you fancy
We'll see whose what then you carrot crunching k nob
Still offering people out to the West Herts Club - grow up fella
No, responding to an invite. One I extend to you
What a Twonk !!!!
A lot of faceless keyboard warriors having a go at lutondown. He has invited Bristol Hornet for a drink and chat and everyone else joins in, just let them get on with it.
The problem we have on this site is, that no one is allowed an opinion, whether good or bad and when they do so, they get slated.
Add the grammar police to this and these are the reasons why a lot of people don't post.
"See you in west herts any time you fancy
We'll whose what then you carrot crunching k nob"

You must be the only person on here who cant see the aggressiveness and threat in that.

Why do you lot have to do it (threaten/be so aggressive)?

Why are you always such cheerleader for him?

Is he your brother or other family member?
[quote][p][bold]Boosey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oxford-Away-1992[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1234566789[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bristol hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]soulfulhornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jag000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hemel Horns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.[/p][/quote]If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!![/p][/quote]Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits[/p][/quote]The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.[/p][/quote]And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...[/p][/quote]Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub. So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.[/p][/quote]Bennett over Carthorse any day!! In fact, I think Lutondown is probably better than Cathcart, but he is such a wa.k.r that it is a cklose thing! Tamas signs from relegated Donny. Carthorse signs from one of the weakest defences in the league who narrowly missed relegation! Says it all for me![/p][/quote]See you in west herts any time you fancy We'll see whose what then you carrot crunching k nob[/p][/quote]Still offering people out to the West Herts Club - grow up fella[/p][/quote]No, responding to an invite. One I extend to you[/p][/quote]What a Twonk !!!![/p][/quote]A lot of faceless keyboard warriors having a go at lutondown. He has invited Bristol Hornet for a drink and chat and everyone else joins in, just let them get on with it. The problem we have on this site is, that no one is allowed an opinion, whether good or bad and when they do so, they get slated. Add the grammar police to this and these are the reasons why a lot of people don't post.[/p][/quote]"See you in west herts any time you fancy We'll whose what then you carrot crunching k nob" You must be the only person on here who cant see the aggressiveness and threat in that. Why do you lot have to do it (threaten/be so aggressive)? Why are you always such cheerleader for him? Is he your brother or other family member? Oxford-Away-1992
  • Score: 0

10:42am Thu 26 Jun 14

Boosey says...

Oxford-Away-1992 wrote:
Boosey wrote:
Oxford-Away-1992 wrote:
lutondown wrote:
1234566789 wrote:
lutondown wrote:
bristol hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
soulfulhornet wrote:
jag000 wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Hemel Horns wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.
If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!!
Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits
The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.
And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...
Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub.
So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.
Bennett over Carthorse any day!!

In fact, I think Lutondown is probably better than Cathcart, but he is such a wa.k.r that it is a cklose thing!

Tamas signs from relegated Donny.

Carthorse signs from one of the weakest defences in the league who narrowly missed relegation!

Says it all for me!
See you in west herts any time you fancy
We'll see whose what then you carrot crunching k nob
Still offering people out to the West Herts Club - grow up fella
No, responding to an invite. One I extend to you
What a Twonk !!!!
A lot of faceless keyboard warriors having a go at lutondown. He has invited Bristol Hornet for a drink and chat and everyone else joins in, just let them get on with it.
The problem we have on this site is, that no one is allowed an opinion, whether good or bad and when they do so, they get slated.
Add the grammar police to this and these are the reasons why a lot of people don't post.
"See you in west herts any time you fancy
We'll whose what then you carrot crunching k nob"

You must be the only person on here who cant see the aggressiveness and threat in that.

Why do you lot have to do it (threaten/be so aggressive)?

Why are you always such cheerleader for him?

Is he your brother or other family member?
Not a family member but a very good mate, he has a history with Bristol hornet and like I said before, no one else needs to get involved do they?
He had history with Harry's bar but harry decided to ignore future posts from Lutondown and that's the adult thing to do.
I also know Harry's Bar was invited to the club as well and that was definitely for a drink but Harry declined.
And twonk really?
[quote][p][bold]Oxford-Away-1992[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Boosey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oxford-Away-1992[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]1234566789[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bristol hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]soulfulhornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jag000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hemel Horns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: FFS.....This is an awful signing and just shows the cost cutting that is happening , As for the pozzo are really going for it this season that is all bubble's in the air.[/p][/quote]If you expected the Pozzos to significantly bankroll a promotion push next season you're seriously deluded!!![/p][/quote]Well hemel horn if you was at the player of the season awards it was said then by senior members of the board that this year they would be going for it big time as they now knew what they needed. So if you think they didn't you are the one seriously deluded !!! If you really think signing Carthorse if going to improve our chances after losing Cassetti and Fitz Hall in that position deluded is a word that fits[/p][/quote]The Pozzo's don't heavily bankroll any of the three clubs. Their aim is to have all of them being as self sufficient as possible with the money spent on players coming from within the club and not from outside. In my opinion we are working wonders considering we are now one of the most active clubs in the UK on the transfer market and still make a profit.[/p][/quote]And that is the way to go. Sugar daddy like Chelsea, Man City, Leicester, (Elton even) or a sustainable strategy based upon generating revenue to sustainable growth and development - based on break even or better...[/p][/quote]Cart horse? ...welcome to Watford! Btw all those saying how poor he was last season at the Vic need to check their facts. He was an unused sub. So I suppose it could be said he had a pretty uneventful day.[/p][/quote]Bennett over Carthorse any day!! In fact, I think Lutondown is probably better than Cathcart, but he is such a wa.k.r that it is a cklose thing! Tamas signs from relegated Donny. Carthorse signs from one of the weakest defences in the league who narrowly missed relegation! Says it all for me![/p][/quote]See you in west herts any time you fancy We'll see whose what then you carrot crunching k nob[/p][/quote]Still offering people out to the West Herts Club - grow up fella[/p][/quote]No, responding to an invite. One I extend to you[/p][/quote]What a Twonk !!!![/p][/quote]A lot of faceless keyboard warriors having a go at lutondown. He has invited Bristol Hornet for a drink and chat and everyone else joins in, just let them get on with it. The problem we have on this site is, that no one is allowed an opinion, whether good or bad and when they do so, they get slated. Add the grammar police to this and these are the reasons why a lot of people don't post.[/p][/quote]"See you in west herts any time you fancy We'll whose what then you carrot crunching k nob" You must be the only person on here who cant see the aggressiveness and threat in that. Why do you lot have to do it (threaten/be so aggressive)? Why are you always such cheerleader for him? Is he your brother or other family member?[/p][/quote]Not a family member but a very good mate, he has a history with Bristol hornet and like I said before, no one else needs to get involved do they? He had history with Harry's bar but harry decided to ignore future posts from Lutondown and that's the adult thing to do. I also know Harry's Bar was invited to the club as well and that was definitely for a drink but Harry declined. And twonk really? Boosey
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