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  • "lutondown says...
    7:51pm Thu 15 Nov 12

    DuffmanWFC wrote:
    I've had him down as going back for a while now, we just have to may players ahead of him and rightly so! Vydra is amazing and Deeney and Forestieri have been impressive and Geijo is starting to look a really good player!



    Geijo is top drawer. People kept saying who will be our twenty a season player. Well he have two for sure in Geijo and Vydra. And remember Deeney scored 14 in a poor side, so he's good for a few, as Is Abdi, Murray....it just gets better!


    Yep loads of options for Zola and I really think also that Vydra and Geijo will easily get 20 goals each if they play together each week! With attacking options of Murray, Forestieri and Deeney we have goals in this side and maybe after putting six past Leeds the players may believe it a bit more!
    I would like to see Eustace in the side when he is fit to add a bit of steel and a bit of extra protection for the centre backs, also nice to have him from corners and set pieces in the box as he pops up with a few goals!
    Maybe with Cholobah going back to Chelsea in January he's a natural replacement?
    I really like our squad and when all fit and squad is trimmed just look at this 3-5-2 side:
    Almunia, Hoban, Hall, Ekstrand, Pudil, Eustace, Murray, Abdi, Forestieri, Vydra, Geijo!
    Subs: Bond, Deeney, Neuton, Cassetti, Doyley, Mungi Bai, Battochino!"
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Gianfranco Zola insists Steve Beleck remains with Hornets after 'Ciao Watford' tweet

Watford Observer: Steve Beleck. Picture: Holly Cant Steve Beleck. Picture: Holly Cant

Steve Beleck remains a Watford player despite appearing to suggest his future may lie elsewhere earlier this week.

The on-loan Udinese striker has not featured in a Hornets matchday 18 since the middle of September and on Monday tweeted ‘Ciao Watford’.

Ciao can either mean hello or goodbye in Italian, but some fans took his tweet to mean the latter given his lack of first-team opportunities.

However, Gianfranco Zola said this lunchtime: “The situation is he is here. Unfortunately he is one of those players who has so far been penalised, like Chris Iwelumo.

“They’re very good professionals, they’re working very hard, but they don’t get much space at the moment.

“Yes, he wrote it down, I don’t want to make a big fuss of that.

"I can understand that he’s training every day and he’s not getting many games, but the situation is that he is a Watford player and he’s going nowhere for the moment and we intend to keep him because we value him.”

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