Keith Hill describes Watford as the best team Barnsley have faced and believes Hornets could go up this season

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Barnsley manager Keith Hill believes Watford could achieve promotion this season and described today’s 4-1 victory as the best display this season.

Goals from Troy Deeney (2), Mark Yeates and Matej Vydra meant Watford were 4-0 up before a Joel Ekstrand error handed Barnsley a consolation in injury time.

When asked if he thought Watford could secure promotion this season, Hill replied: “There’s a possibility. That’s the best performance I’ve seen from an opposition team against us. I thought they were excellent in every department.”

On his own team’s performance, he added: “There was nothing even about it. We rode our luck with respect to the first half. We made some horrendous decisions in and out of possession. The best team won and I’ve got to congratulate Gianfranco because I think he’s got an excellent side.

“We were very susceptible. We looked weak against the opposition so I don’t think we were ever in the game. Individually and collectively, we weren’t cohesive today, with and without the ball.”

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8:16am Sun 2 Dec 12

Holly68 says...

I think your being a bit harsh on your own team Keith !
I think your being a bit harsh on your own team Keith ! Holly68
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9:15am Sun 2 Dec 12

mattymashup says...

Surprised about that statement! We were not bad but certainly we need to improve. I thought defensively we rode our luck. Almunia made some great saves not to mention hobans goalline clearance! Forrestieri was annoying with his theatrics, he could be so much better if he was more honest and deeney doesn't look that comfortable trying to go round players although his two goals were really well taken. The game really changed after the second goal. A moment of pure inspiration from yeates when Barnsley were by far the better team and we couldn't keep possession and were being pegged back in our own half. Thought we looked great with geijo and vydra up front, would love to see more of those two. Thought cassetti looked really good too and was pleased with battochio. It was good seeing mujanji bia on the bench, he will make an impact this month like anya did last month. And also credit to chalobah who I think was great in the first half but took a knock before half time so kinda faded, hence the sub for battochio. I would be worried about chalobah going back to Chelsea in January but with Abdi and Eustace coming back, plus yeates good form and the emergence of battochio we could and should be picking up many points at a time of year when clubs with smaller squads will struggle. As a side note I would like to see Leo belleck get a run in the side, although don't know who he would dislodge with all the goals we are scoring at the moment! We need to tighten up the back and not give the ball away in the middle of the park against hull or we could be punished, however with our attacking threat I don't fear any team in the league! Never thought I would ever say that about Watford! Boy do I love the pozzos, Zola and the golden boys! Automatic promotion anyone?!
Surprised about that statement! We were not bad but certainly we need to improve. I thought defensively we rode our luck. Almunia made some great saves not to mention hobans goalline clearance! Forrestieri was annoying with his theatrics, he could be so much better if he was more honest and deeney doesn't look that comfortable trying to go round players although his two goals were really well taken. The game really changed after the second goal. A moment of pure inspiration from yeates when Barnsley were by far the better team and we couldn't keep possession and were being pegged back in our own half. Thought we looked great with geijo and vydra up front, would love to see more of those two. Thought cassetti looked really good too and was pleased with battochio. It was good seeing mujanji bia on the bench, he will make an impact this month like anya did last month. And also credit to chalobah who I think was great in the first half but took a knock before half time so kinda faded, hence the sub for battochio. I would be worried about chalobah going back to Chelsea in January but with Abdi and Eustace coming back, plus yeates good form and the emergence of battochio we could and should be picking up many points at a time of year when clubs with smaller squads will struggle. As a side note I would like to see Leo belleck get a run in the side, although don't know who he would dislodge with all the goals we are scoring at the moment! We need to tighten up the back and not give the ball away in the middle of the park against hull or we could be punished, however with our attacking threat I don't fear any team in the league! Never thought I would ever say that about Watford! Boy do I love the pozzos, Zola and the golden boys! Automatic promotion anyone?! mattymashup
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9:20am Sun 2 Dec 12

BarryTheHornet says...

Blindly! You weren't that bad Mr Hill. There were times when you were really organised and looked like you could hurt us especially at the start of the second half. However, you were easily undone by a Watford team hitting really good form and scoring goals for fun. I agree with GZ's view that Barnsley didn't deserve to lose by quite such a margin.

Some great performances from us and, at the moment, the scorers and playmakers are attracting the headlines but I am really impressed with Tommie Hoban at the back. Not one foot wrong yesterday.
Blindly! You weren't that bad Mr Hill. There were times when you were really organised and looked like you could hurt us especially at the start of the second half. However, you were easily undone by a Watford team hitting really good form and scoring goals for fun. I agree with GZ's view that Barnsley didn't deserve to lose by quite such a margin. Some great performances from us and, at the moment, the scorers and playmakers are attracting the headlines but I am really impressed with Tommie Hoban at the back. Not one foot wrong yesterday. BarryTheHornet
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9:21am Sun 2 Dec 12

Boosey says...

Holly68 wrote:
I think your being a bit harsh on your own team Keith !
Agree with your statement and Greening wouldn't look out of place in our team.
[quote][p][bold]Holly68[/bold] wrote: I think your being a bit harsh on your own team Keith ![/p][/quote]Agree with your statement and Greening wouldn't look out of place in our team. Boosey
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9:32am Sun 2 Dec 12

mattymashup says...

Agree with forrestieris class, but disagree with the theatrics. If he was more honest generally he would get more protection from referees when he is genuinely fouled.
Also to those who slated the attendence we would have been around the thirteen thousand mark if more than 100 Barnsley fans showed up.
Genuinely feel sorry for Barnsley, good team who play good football, yet are in a relegation battle. Reminds me of us a couple of years ago!
Agree with forrestieris class, but disagree with the theatrics. If he was more honest generally he would get more protection from referees when he is genuinely fouled. Also to those who slated the attendence we would have been around the thirteen thousand mark if more than 100 Barnsley fans showed up. Genuinely feel sorry for Barnsley, good team who play good football, yet are in a relegation battle. Reminds me of us a couple of years ago! mattymashup
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9:46am Sun 2 Dec 12

D.unstable says...

It will be interesting to see if those say away fans come out to play if we pull a big one out of the hat today or if it is genuinely a sign of the tough times that we are in.
It will be interesting to see if those say away fans come out to play if we pull a big one out of the hat today or if it is genuinely a sign of the tough times that we are in. D.unstable
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9:53am Sun 2 Dec 12

mattymashup says...

Good point, 26 for ticket plus pound booking fee 5 pound for jerk chicken chips and coke. 7 pound parking plus a fiver on fuel. Not the cheapest day out but at least we were entertained!
Good point, 26 for ticket plus pound booking fee 5 pound for jerk chicken chips and coke. 7 pound parking plus a fiver on fuel. Not the cheapest day out but at least we were entertained! mattymashup
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10:18am Sun 2 Dec 12

smeg says...

D.unstable wrote:
It will be interesting to see if those say away fans come out to play if we pull a big one out of the hat today or if it is genuinely a sign of the tough times that we are in.
Both. If money is tight why wouldn't you pick the best games to see?
[quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: It will be interesting to see if those say away fans come out to play if we pull a big one out of the hat today or if it is genuinely a sign of the tough times that we are in.[/p][/quote]Both. If money is tight why wouldn't you pick the best games to see? smeg
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10:18am Sun 2 Dec 12

Oxhey Village Hornet says...

I think the attendence isn't helped by the hassle involved in getting a ticket for non season ticket holders. The idea to move the family section to the Lower Rous and having the home section of the Vicarage Road end a 'pay on the day' next season is a good one.

Having said that when we are playing Man Utd, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool next year a lot more people will be prepared to go through 'that hassle' !!
I think the attendence isn't helped by the hassle involved in getting a ticket for non season ticket holders. The idea to move the family section to the Lower Rous and having the home section of the Vicarage Road end a 'pay on the day' next season is a good one. Having said that when we are playing Man Utd, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool next year a lot more people will be prepared to go through 'that hassle' !! Oxhey Village Hornet
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10:32am Sun 2 Dec 12

Hampshire hornet says...

Oxhey Village Hornet wrote:
I think the attendence isn't helped by the hassle involved in getting a ticket for non season ticket holders. The idea to move the family section to the Lower Rous and having the home section of the Vicarage Road end a 'pay on the day' next season is a good one.

Having said that when we are playing Man Utd, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool next year a lot more people will be prepared to go through 'that hassle' !!
get a half year season ticket then! You can pay by DD..
Barnsley were good.. Boy did we need the second goal...
[quote][p][bold]Oxhey Village Hornet[/bold] wrote: I think the attendence isn't helped by the hassle involved in getting a ticket for non season ticket holders. The idea to move the family section to the Lower Rous and having the home section of the Vicarage Road end a 'pay on the day' next season is a good one. Having said that when we are playing Man Utd, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool next year a lot more people will be prepared to go through 'that hassle' !![/p][/quote]get a half year season ticket then! You can pay by DD.. Barnsley were good.. Boy did we need the second goal... Hampshire hornet
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10:42am Sun 2 Dec 12

Summer breeze says...

Game was great, I love FF but was shouting for him to "get up!" with others in The Rookery! He's young, if he heard his fans, he will learn the English way: bad decision, tough, get up and get over it! Punishment and retribution is scoring against them.
Game was great, I love FF but was shouting for him to "get up!" with others in The Rookery! He's young, if he heard his fans, he will learn the English way: bad decision, tough, get up and get over it! Punishment and retribution is scoring against them. Summer breeze
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11:23am Sun 2 Dec 12

Huntjb says...

Keith is being a bit hard on his team although if we had taken our chances in the first half then he could have been facing a cricket score. they looked good going forward until they got to the box but their defence is a shambles.
Keith is being a bit hard on his team although if we had taken our chances in the first half then he could have been facing a cricket score. they looked good going forward until they got to the box but their defence is a shambles. Huntjb
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4:57pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Michael Sills says...

I agree with the comment about the price maybe the Barnsley game should have been a tenner but hopefully next Saturday the ground will be pretty full against Hull who will sell their full allocation and it should be a cracking game with another 3 points for the Hornets.
I agree with the comment about the price maybe the Barnsley game should have been a tenner but hopefully next Saturday the ground will be pretty full against Hull who will sell their full allocation and it should be a cracking game with another 3 points for the Hornets. Michael Sills
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7:50pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Bringe says...

Replays show FF was muscled off the ball including contact between players feet/legs, could be considered a foul elsewhere on the pitch but there was never enough for a spot kick. Some will say a foul is a foul wherever but I think the ref got it right, no penalty but not a dive either.
Replays show FF was muscled off the ball including contact between players feet/legs, could be considered a foul elsewhere on the pitch but there was never enough for a spot kick. Some will say a foul is a foul wherever but I think the ref got it right, no penalty but not a dive either. Bringe
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10:04pm Sun 2 Dec 12

Larrythe Loafer 'Orn says...

I love FF but he has to stop going over. I think referees are ignoring any foul on him because the word has gone round I don't think he would have been awarded the penalty that Vydra got because of that. He needs to have a couple of games where he gets knocked over and gets straight back up again with no histrionics and refs will change.

I have watched The 'Orns since I was 7 (gap in the middle for a while but now 61) and I have never seen a better side than Saturday and certainly never seen a stronger bench. Zola is doing a great job and hearing the Rookery sing his name for the first time was GREAT. How about "Franco Zola's yellow armani!"
I love FF but he has to stop going over. I think referees are ignoring any foul on him because the word has gone round I don't think he would have been awarded the penalty that Vydra got because of that. He needs to have a couple of games where he gets knocked over and gets straight back up again with no histrionics and refs will change. I have watched The 'Orns since I was 7 (gap in the middle for a while but now 61) and I have never seen a better side than Saturday and certainly never seen a stronger bench. Zola is doing a great job and hearing the Rookery sing his name for the first time was GREAT. How about "Franco Zola's yellow armani!" Larrythe Loafer 'Orn
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6:47am Mon 3 Dec 12

rogeruk says...

mattymashup wrote:
Surprised about that statement! We were not bad but certainly we need to improve. I thought defensively we rode our luck. Almunia made some great saves not to mention hobans goalline clearance! Forrestieri was annoying with his theatrics, he could be so much better if he was more honest and deeney doesn't look that comfortable trying to go round players although his two goals were really well taken. The game really changed after the second goal. A moment of pure inspiration from yeates when Barnsley were by far the better team and we couldn't keep possession and were being pegged back in our own half. Thought we looked great with geijo and vydra up front, would love to see more of those two. Thought cassetti looked really good too and was pleased with battochio. It was good seeing mujanji bia on the bench, he will make an impact this month like anya did last month. And also credit to chalobah who I think was great in the first half but took a knock before half time so kinda faded, hence the sub for battochio. I would be worried about chalobah going back to Chelsea in January but with Abdi and Eustace coming back, plus yeates good form and the emergence of battochio we could and should be picking up many points at a time of year when clubs with smaller squads will struggle. As a side note I would like to see Leo belleck get a run in the side, although don't know who he would dislodge with all the goals we are scoring at the moment! We need to tighten up the back and not give the ball away in the middle of the park against hull or we could be punished, however with our attacking threat I don't fear any team in the league! Never thought I would ever say that about Watford! Boy do I love the pozzos, Zola and the golden boys! Automatic promotion anyone?!
Keith Hill is a very good manager, they are on a bit of a wobbly at the moment, they demolished Birmingham at St Andrews and got a few other good results.

Keith realized it was a tough trip to Watford and worked his Cojones off all week instilling his plan into the Barnsley players, Barnsley were ultimately undone by Watford's quality, and Zola's nouse this is why he made the statement! Accept it with grace.

When the day arrives we play in the big time, Zola would do well to have an assistant manager like Keith Hill, and he is British.

Mourinho and Steve Clarke were a good example of that type of partnership and looked what they achieved.

On Chelsea; Abramovitch must regret the day Jose left Chelsea with the dross managament they now have.

My wife is a Chelsea fan and she is really suffering, me all I can do is gloat, she is one unhappy Bunny!
[quote][p][bold]mattymashup[/bold] wrote: Surprised about that statement! We were not bad but certainly we need to improve. I thought defensively we rode our luck. Almunia made some great saves not to mention hobans goalline clearance! Forrestieri was annoying with his theatrics, he could be so much better if he was more honest and deeney doesn't look that comfortable trying to go round players although his two goals were really well taken. The game really changed after the second goal. A moment of pure inspiration from yeates when Barnsley were by far the better team and we couldn't keep possession and were being pegged back in our own half. Thought we looked great with geijo and vydra up front, would love to see more of those two. Thought cassetti looked really good too and was pleased with battochio. It was good seeing mujanji bia on the bench, he will make an impact this month like anya did last month. And also credit to chalobah who I think was great in the first half but took a knock before half time so kinda faded, hence the sub for battochio. I would be worried about chalobah going back to Chelsea in January but with Abdi and Eustace coming back, plus yeates good form and the emergence of battochio we could and should be picking up many points at a time of year when clubs with smaller squads will struggle. As a side note I would like to see Leo belleck get a run in the side, although don't know who he would dislodge with all the goals we are scoring at the moment! We need to tighten up the back and not give the ball away in the middle of the park against hull or we could be punished, however with our attacking threat I don't fear any team in the league! Never thought I would ever say that about Watford! Boy do I love the pozzos, Zola and the golden boys! Automatic promotion anyone?![/p][/quote]Keith Hill is a very good manager, they are on a bit of a wobbly at the moment, they demolished Birmingham at St Andrews and got a few other good results. Keith realized it was a tough trip to Watford and worked his Cojones off all week instilling his plan into the Barnsley players, Barnsley were ultimately undone by Watford's quality, and Zola's nouse this is why he made the statement! Accept it with grace. When the day arrives we play in the big time, Zola would do well to have an assistant manager like Keith Hill, and he is British. Mourinho and Steve Clarke were a good example of that type of partnership and looked what they achieved. On Chelsea; Abramovitch must regret the day Jose left Chelsea with the dross managament they now have. My wife is a Chelsea fan and she is really suffering, me all I can do is gloat, she is one unhappy Bunny! rogeruk
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12:41pm Mon 3 Dec 12

abbotshornet says...

Managers in mutual admiration society, nice for everyone to be so sporting, and both managers may be right, early second half Watford couldn't get the ball, Yates swung the game our way otherwise who knows?
One paper made Almunia man of the match, I think we have played better this season and lost.
Great FA cup draw but let's keep our minds focused on the league. COYH
Managers in mutual admiration society, nice for everyone to be so sporting, and both managers may be right, early second half Watford couldn't get the ball, Yates swung the game our way otherwise who knows? One paper made Almunia man of the match, I think we have played better this season and lost. Great FA cup draw but let's keep our minds focused on the league. COYH abbotshornet
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2:44pm Mon 3 Dec 12

lutondown says...

mattymashup wrote:
Good point, 26 for ticket plus pound booking fee 5 pound for jerk chicken chips and coke. 7 pound parking plus a fiver on fuel. Not the cheapest day out but at least we were entertained!
Or £40 for two adults and two kids (family forty) bring sandwiches and drinks. Not bad for the entertainment being served.
Btw I stil think there's a bit of underlying negativity going on here. We were well worth our four goals, I don't feel sorry for them either, I'm only saddidn't we didn't get five.
We want our team to be ruthless? So we as fans should be to.
[quote][p][bold]mattymashup[/bold] wrote: Good point, 26 for ticket plus pound booking fee 5 pound for jerk chicken chips and coke. 7 pound parking plus a fiver on fuel. Not the cheapest day out but at least we were entertained![/p][/quote]Or £40 for two adults and two kids (family forty) bring sandwiches and drinks. Not bad for the entertainment being served. Btw I stil think there's a bit of underlying negativity going on here. We were well worth our four goals, I don't feel sorry for them either, I'm only saddidn't we didn't get five. We want our team to be ruthless? So we as fans should be to. lutondown
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2:45pm Mon 3 Dec 12

lutondown says...

mattymashup wrote:
Good point, 26 for ticket plus pound booking fee 5 pound for jerk chicken chips and coke. 7 pound parking plus a fiver on fuel. Not the cheapest day out but at least we were entertained!
Or £40 for two adults and two kids (family forty) bring sandwiches and drinks. Not bad for the entertainment being served.
Btw I stil think there's a bit of underlying negativity going on here. We were well worth our four goals, I don't feel sorry for them either, I'm only sad we didn't get five.
We want our team to be ruthless? So we as fans should be to.
[quote][p][bold]mattymashup[/bold] wrote: Good point, 26 for ticket plus pound booking fee 5 pound for jerk chicken chips and coke. 7 pound parking plus a fiver on fuel. Not the cheapest day out but at least we were entertained![/p][/quote]Or £40 for two adults and two kids (family forty) bring sandwiches and drinks. Not bad for the entertainment being served. Btw I stil think there's a bit of underlying negativity going on here. We were well worth our four goals, I don't feel sorry for them either, I'm only sad we didn't get five. We want our team to be ruthless? So we as fans should be to. lutondown
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2:45pm Mon 3 Dec 12

lutondown says...

mattymashup wrote:
Good point, 26 for ticket plus pound booking fee 5 pound for jerk chicken chips and coke. 7 pound parking plus a fiver on fuel. Not the cheapest day out but at least we were entertained!
Or £40 for two adults and two kids (family forty) bring sandwiches and drinks. Not bad for the entertainment being served.
Btw I stil think there's a bit of underlying negativity going on here. We were well worth our four goals, I don't feel sorry for them either, I'm only sad we didn't get five.
We want our team to be ruthless? So we as fans should be to.
[quote][p][bold]mattymashup[/bold] wrote: Good point, 26 for ticket plus pound booking fee 5 pound for jerk chicken chips and coke. 7 pound parking plus a fiver on fuel. Not the cheapest day out but at least we were entertained![/p][/quote]Or £40 for two adults and two kids (family forty) bring sandwiches and drinks. Not bad for the entertainment being served. Btw I stil think there's a bit of underlying negativity going on here. We were well worth our four goals, I don't feel sorry for them either, I'm only sad we didn't get five. We want our team to be ruthless? So we as fans should be to. lutondown
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4:51pm Mon 3 Dec 12

Only 2 Ross Jenkins says...

Game could quite easily have ended 7-3. Yes, let's be ruthless, but win with class.
Game could quite easily have ended 7-3. Yes, let's be ruthless, but win with class. Only 2 Ross Jenkins
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5:44pm Mon 3 Dec 12

lutondown says...

Only 2 Ross Jenkins wrote:
Game could quite easily have ended 7-3. Yes, let's be ruthless, but win with class.
Zola does a good job of that, always humble in defeat or victory, other than Hill I've not seen that graciousness reciprocated.
I can't say I'm sorry when we thrash teams, I quite like it!
Zola brings the class, I'll bring the crass!
[quote][p][bold]Only 2 Ross Jenkins[/bold] wrote: Game could quite easily have ended 7-3. Yes, let's be ruthless, but win with class.[/p][/quote]Zola does a good job of that, always humble in defeat or victory, other than Hill I've not seen that graciousness reciprocated. I can't say I'm sorry when we thrash teams, I quite like it! Zola brings the class, I'll bring the crass! lutondown
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6:35pm Mon 3 Dec 12

Henry VIII says...

Larrythe Loafer 'Orn wrote:
I love FF but he has to stop going over. I think referees are ignoring any foul on him because the word has gone round I don't think he would have been awarded the penalty that Vydra got because of that. He needs to have a couple of games where he gets knocked over and gets straight back up again with no histrionics and refs will change. I have watched The 'Orns since I was 7 (gap in the middle for a while but now 61) and I have never seen a better side than Saturday and certainly never seen a stronger bench. Zola is doing a great job and hearing the Rookery sing his name for the first time was GREAT. How about "Franco Zola's yellow armani!"
Love the new chant idea!!
[quote][p][bold]Larrythe Loafer 'Orn[/bold] wrote: I love FF but he has to stop going over. I think referees are ignoring any foul on him because the word has gone round I don't think he would have been awarded the penalty that Vydra got because of that. He needs to have a couple of games where he gets knocked over and gets straight back up again with no histrionics and refs will change. I have watched The 'Orns since I was 7 (gap in the middle for a while but now 61) and I have never seen a better side than Saturday and certainly never seen a stronger bench. Zola is doing a great job and hearing the Rookery sing his name for the first time was GREAT. How about "Franco Zola's yellow armani!"[/p][/quote]Love the new chant idea!! Henry VIII
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6:38pm Mon 3 Dec 12

lutondown says...

Henry VIII wrote:
Larrythe Loafer 'Orn wrote:
I love FF but he has to stop going over. I think referees are ignoring any foul on him because the word has gone round I don't think he would have been awarded the penalty that Vydra got because of that. He needs to have a couple of games where he gets knocked over and gets straight back up again with no histrionics and refs will change. I have watched The 'Orns since I was 7 (gap in the middle for a while but now 61) and I have never seen a better side than Saturday and certainly never seen a stronger bench. Zola is doing a great job and hearing the Rookery sing his name for the first time was GREAT. How about "Franco Zola's yellow armani!"
Love the new chant idea!!
They've been chanting his name for ages now. If you're talking about the 5'3 one
[quote][p][bold]Henry VIII[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Larrythe Loafer 'Orn[/bold] wrote: I love FF but he has to stop going over. I think referees are ignoring any foul on him because the word has gone round I don't think he would have been awarded the penalty that Vydra got because of that. He needs to have a couple of games where he gets knocked over and gets straight back up again with no histrionics and refs will change. I have watched The 'Orns since I was 7 (gap in the middle for a while but now 61) and I have never seen a better side than Saturday and certainly never seen a stronger bench. Zola is doing a great job and hearing the Rookery sing his name for the first time was GREAT. How about "Franco Zola's yellow armani!"[/p][/quote]Love the new chant idea!![/p][/quote]They've been chanting his name for ages now. If you're talking about the 5'3 one lutondown
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9:15pm Mon 3 Dec 12

Lady Phillippa Of Staines says...

Looked like we're gonna stick 4/5 passed teams for most of the season.....its now clicking into place. We should all be Championship experts with the amount of time WFC has spent there....teams are rarely able to keep possession - period....we should all know that !....Championship is awful stuff most of the time (have you tried watching it on Sky ?).....Hull will give away the ball the same as the others have & always will do in this league.....its generally about who doesnt give it away the most, rather than who can keep hold of it (ie who makes the less mistakes) Hope thats cleared it up ! lol
Looked like we're gonna stick 4/5 passed teams for most of the season.....its now clicking into place. We should all be Championship experts with the amount of time WFC has spent there....teams are rarely able to keep possession - period....we should all know that !....Championship is awful stuff most of the time (have you tried watching it on Sky ?).....Hull will give away the ball the same as the others have & always will do in this league.....its generally about who doesnt give it away the most, rather than who can keep hold of it (ie who makes the less mistakes) Hope thats cleared it up ! lol Lady Phillippa Of Staines
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10:28pm Mon 3 Dec 12

londomollari says...

Lady Phillippa Of Staines wrote:
Looked like we're gonna stick 4/5 passed teams for most of the season.....its now clicking into place. We should all be Championship experts with the amount of time WFC has spent there....teams are rarely able to keep possession - period....we should all know that !....Championship is awful stuff most of the time (have you tried watching it on Sky ?).....Hull will give away the ball the same as the others have & always will do in this league.....its generally about who doesnt give it away the most, rather than who can keep hold of it (ie who makes the less mistakes) Hope thats cleared it up ! lol
I think I can work out what you are saying. Have you been knocking back the Pouilly Fume with the ladies of the institute?
[quote][p][bold]Lady Phillippa Of Staines[/bold] wrote: Looked like we're gonna stick 4/5 passed teams for most of the season.....its now clicking into place. We should all be Championship experts with the amount of time WFC has spent there....teams are rarely able to keep possession - period....we should all know that !....Championship is awful stuff most of the time (have you tried watching it on Sky ?).....Hull will give away the ball the same as the others have & always will do in this league.....its generally about who doesnt give it away the most, rather than who can keep hold of it (ie who makes the less mistakes) Hope thats cleared it up ! lol[/p][/quote]I think I can work out what you are saying. Have you been knocking back the Pouilly Fume with the ladies of the institute? londomollari
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10:39pm Mon 3 Dec 12

lutondown says...

londomollari wrote:
Lady Phillippa Of Staines wrote:
Looked like we're gonna stick 4/5 passed teams for most of the season.....its now clicking into place. We should all be Championship experts with the amount of time WFC has spent there....teams are rarely able to keep possession - period....we should all know that !....Championship is awful stuff most of the time (have you tried watching it on Sky ?).....Hull will give away the ball the same as the others have & always will do in this league.....its generally about who doesnt give it away the most, rather than who can keep hold of it (ie who makes the less mistakes) Hope thats cleared it up ! lol
I think I can work out what you are saying. Have you been knocking back the Pouilly Fume with the ladies of the institute?
Could you translate? I like my eggs to look like eggs.
[quote][p][bold]londomollari[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lady Phillippa Of Staines[/bold] wrote: Looked like we're gonna stick 4/5 passed teams for most of the season.....its now clicking into place. We should all be Championship experts with the amount of time WFC has spent there....teams are rarely able to keep possession - period....we should all know that !....Championship is awful stuff most of the time (have you tried watching it on Sky ?).....Hull will give away the ball the same as the others have & always will do in this league.....its generally about who doesnt give it away the most, rather than who can keep hold of it (ie who makes the less mistakes) Hope thats cleared it up ! lol[/p][/quote]I think I can work out what you are saying. Have you been knocking back the Pouilly Fume with the ladies of the institute?[/p][/quote]Could you translate? I like my eggs to look like eggs. lutondown
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9:27am Tue 4 Dec 12

Lady Phillippa Of Staines says...

Gargling the Port at The Womens Institute root vegetable night......I'd often say 'Gwan Gilli Von Ta Ta'....but my Late Humbert used to reply 'that it isnt really necessary Philippa'
Gargling the Port at The Womens Institute root vegetable night......I'd often say 'Gwan Gilli Von Ta Ta'....but my Late Humbert used to reply 'that it isnt really necessary Philippa' Lady Phillippa Of Staines
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12:02pm Tue 4 Dec 12

rogeruk says...

lutondown wrote:
londomollari wrote:
Lady Phillippa Of Staines wrote:
Looked like we're gonna stick 4/5 passed teams for most of the season.....its now clicking into place. We should all be Championship experts with the amount of time WFC has spent there....teams are rarely able to keep possession - period....we should all know that !....Championship is awful stuff most of the time (have you tried watching it on Sky ?).....Hull will give away the ball the same as the others have & always will do in this league.....its generally about who doesnt give it away the most, rather than who can keep hold of it (ie who makes the less mistakes) Hope thats cleared it up ! lol
I think I can work out what you are saying. Have you been knocking back the Pouilly Fume with the ladies of the institute?
Could you translate? I like my eggs to look like eggs.
Pouilly-Fumé what next Montrachet?
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]londomollari[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lady Phillippa Of Staines[/bold] wrote: Looked like we're gonna stick 4/5 passed teams for most of the season.....its now clicking into place. We should all be Championship experts with the amount of time WFC has spent there....teams are rarely able to keep possession - period....we should all know that !....Championship is awful stuff most of the time (have you tried watching it on Sky ?).....Hull will give away the ball the same as the others have & always will do in this league.....its generally about who doesnt give it away the most, rather than who can keep hold of it (ie who makes the less mistakes) Hope thats cleared it up ! lol[/p][/quote]I think I can work out what you are saying. Have you been knocking back the Pouilly Fume with the ladies of the institute?[/p][/quote]Could you translate? I like my eggs to look like eggs.[/p][/quote]Pouilly-Fumé what next Montrachet? rogeruk
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12:52pm Tue 4 Dec 12

lutondown says...

rogeruk wrote:
lutondown wrote:
londomollari wrote:
Lady Phillippa Of Staines wrote:
Looked like we're gonna stick 4/5 passed teams for most of the season.....its now clicking into place. We should all be Championship experts with the amount of time WFC has spent there....teams are rarely able to keep possession - period....we should all know that !....Championship is awful stuff most of the time (have you tried watching it on Sky ?).....Hull will give away the ball the same as the others have & always will do in this league.....its generally about who doesnt give it away the most, rather than who can keep hold of it (ie who makes the less mistakes) Hope thats cleared it up ! lol
I think I can work out what you are saying. Have you been knocking back the Pouilly Fume with the ladies of the institute?
Could you translate? I like my eggs to look like eggs.
Pouilly-Fumé what next Montrachet?
Jeez that's me right out of the loop..thank God
[quote][p][bold]rogeruk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]londomollari[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lady Phillippa Of Staines[/bold] wrote: Looked like we're gonna stick 4/5 passed teams for most of the season.....its now clicking into place. We should all be Championship experts with the amount of time WFC has spent there....teams are rarely able to keep possession - period....we should all know that !....Championship is awful stuff most of the time (have you tried watching it on Sky ?).....Hull will give away the ball the same as the others have & always will do in this league.....its generally about who doesnt give it away the most, rather than who can keep hold of it (ie who makes the less mistakes) Hope thats cleared it up ! lol[/p][/quote]I think I can work out what you are saying. Have you been knocking back the Pouilly Fume with the ladies of the institute?[/p][/quote]Could you translate? I like my eggs to look like eggs.[/p][/quote]Pouilly-Fumé what next Montrachet?[/p][/quote]Jeez that's me right out of the loop..thank God lutondown
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