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    Mangoputney wrote:
    GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
    You said 'thank you red lion' you mug.
    I didn't though! Makes not one shred of difference to me if it is or isn't him! but I will tell you this-that encounter proved to me that these keyboard warriors ain't got no balls!

    keyboard warrior1 was already a no show whilst keyboard warrior2 once confronted & put on the spot first of all acknowledged who he was and then **** himself!

    TBF This muskaqueer was right in keyboard warrior2's face (oh err) and his mates were there for back up but instead he pretended he was too drunk to remember me?! It told me all what I needed to know!

    Now Watford is a small mainly "friendly" club and people will know who keyboard warrior1 is - If he persists then i will make it my duty to find out who it is!why?Because it has gone beyond banter and it has now become personal! Not towards me but towards other muskaqueers!
    Not talking to you I'm talking to bottom. I have no need to talk to the fourth in line of the gang. Stop talking about keyboard warrior 1 or 2 I have no idea what you talking about willis."
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Nathaniel Chalobah to stay on loan at Watford from Chelsea until the end of the season

Staying at Vicarage Road: Nathaniel Chalobah. Picture: Holly Cant

Staying at Vicarage Road: Nathaniel Chalobah. Picture: Holly Cant

First published in Sport by , Group Sports Editor

Nathaniel Chalobah will remain on loan at Watford until the end of the season.

Confirmation the 18-year-old, who has an enjoyed an impressive first half of the season for the Hornets, is not a surprise after Gianfranco Zola told the Watford Observer on Monday that "it looks like" the midfielder would stay at Vicarage Road for the remainder of the campaign.

The paperwork has now been completed and the England Under-21 player is also available to play for Watford in their FA Cup third round tie at Manchester City on Saturday.

Zola told Watford's official website: "It's great news for us. He has become an important player for us since he came to the club.

"His performances have been getting better and better so we are delighted Chelsea have decided to leave him here.

"It's good for Nathaniel and it's also good for Chelsea because he is getting a lot of benefit from this experience.

"It is a huge boost because if we want to keep improving and chasing the teams in front of us we need to have good players and Nathaniel is one of them."

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