Watford boss Beppe Sannino speaks highly of Malky Mackay after pair meet at Barnsley match on Saturday

Malky Mackay managed Watford for two seasons from 2009 to 2011. Picture: Action Images

Malky Mackay managed Watford for two seasons from 2009 to 2011. Picture: Action Images

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Beppe Sannino insists it was a pleasure to shake the hand of Malky Mackay when the pair met at Watford's match against Barnsley on Saturday and hopes they will both be managing in the Premier League soon.

Mackay, who was in charge at Vicarage Road from 2009 to 2011 and played 56 times for the Hornets, watched the 3-0 victory over Barnsley in the stands with his son, with former colleague David Kerslake also there on a scouting mission.

The two bosses met back in the summer when Sannino was in charge at his former club Chievo Verona and Mackay was at Cardiff City. 

Sannino said after the Barnsley win: "Last pre-season my team (Chievo) played against Cardiff and Malky and myself had good memories of that day.

"It was a pleasure to shake his hand again today.

"Both of us were sacked from our clubs (Chievo and Cardiff) and I wished him all the best and said that I hoped to see him managing in the Premier League as soon as possible."

Watford's convincing victory was aided by the return of Lewis McGugan, who was playing his first competitive fixture in almost two months after being sidelined with a thigh problem.

Sannino, who is now starting to give some answers in English, praised the midfielder after the match.

He said in English: "Lewis is a good player, he is a player with quality." 

He then added in Italian: "He has come back from an injury so it was important he had 60 minutes on the pitch today. 

"He had a problem with his foot and I hope he will be ok to play against Wigan in the next match."

With Chu-Young Park and Fernando Forestieri both failing late fitness tests and Mathias Ranegie suspended, Watford named a very defensive bench for the Championship fixture.

Essaid Belkalem, Joel Ekstrand, Tommie Hoban and Lucas Neill were all among the Hornets replacements but Sannino said he is not concerned by the current shortage of attacking options.

"I have never been worried about this situation in the past and as long as I have 11 players to play then I will be happy," he said.

"I will never complain about players missing through injuries or suspension.

"The best players are those who are available and my job is to give them good spirit and I love them to feel very important."

To listen to Sannino attempting to speak English in his reaction to Watford's 3-0 win over Barnsley, click here.

 

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3:11pm Tue 18 Mar 14

demerit says...

What on earth was MM doing back at Watford. Sniffing around perhaps in the hope that Sannino's contract isn't extended?
What on earth was MM doing back at Watford. Sniffing around perhaps in the hope that Sannino's contract isn't extended? demerit
  • Score: -58

3:17pm Tue 18 Mar 14

Surbiton says...

Yes well I would like to offer some warm words to the traiterous rat, but they are not printable!
Yes well I would like to offer some warm words to the traiterous rat, but they are not printable! Surbiton
  • Score: -77

3:35pm Tue 18 Mar 14

johnhornet says...

Surbiton wrote:
Yes well I would like to offer some warm words to the traiterous rat, but they are not printable!
That's a bit harsh! MM did really well for us and was having to cope with a club in chaos in the boardroom! Most people in his position would have done the same!
[quote][p][bold]Surbiton[/bold] wrote: Yes well I would like to offer some warm words to the traiterous rat, but they are not printable![/p][/quote]That's a bit harsh! MM did really well for us and was having to cope with a club in chaos in the boardroom! Most people in his position would have done the same! johnhornet
  • Score: 92

3:43pm Tue 18 Mar 14

The BestTrip2011 says...

I just don't get why some people show animosity towards MM.
A great player for us and, against a backdrop of all sorts of shenanigans behind the scenes, served us well as manager.
I certainly don't blame him for taking the opportunity that came his way from Cardiff. He is ambitious as a manager and Bassini was hardly providing a solid foundation for his future.
I just don't get why some people show animosity towards MM. A great player for us and, against a backdrop of all sorts of shenanigans behind the scenes, served us well as manager. I certainly don't blame him for taking the opportunity that came his way from Cardiff. He is ambitious as a manager and Bassini was hardly providing a solid foundation for his future. The BestTrip2011
  • Score: 85

4:01pm Tue 18 Mar 14

Bush Hornet says...

I've got nothing against him these days but I was peed off with both him and Brenda for the ways they left at the time. The things they said or failed to say and the way they both took, or attempted to take, players/staff was disrespectful. Time softens the animosity plus MM has earned a bit of respect when you learn what he had to put up with in Baz.

Apart from Zola, Sean Dyche is the only one who has left with real dignity in recent times. And he deliberately didn't come back for our players either. And he had to put up with Baz too. And he was the only one who was treated apparently harshly by WFC.
I've got nothing against him these days but I was peed off with both him and Brenda for the ways they left at the time. The things they said or failed to say and the way they both took, or attempted to take, players/staff was disrespectful. Time softens the animosity plus MM has earned a bit of respect when you learn what he had to put up with in Baz. Apart from Zola, Sean Dyche is the only one who has left with real dignity in recent times. And he deliberately didn't come back for our players either. And he had to put up with Baz too. And he was the only one who was treated apparently harshly by WFC. Bush Hornet
  • Score: 66

4:14pm Tue 18 Mar 14

Sahorn says...

Malky lives locally and was with his son watching his old team.

Good manager and I wonder if anyone who sees him as a pariah would have done anything different if they were in Malky's shoes and with honest Baz your boss and knowing the turmoil behind the scenes.
He took an opportunity that came his way and if they are honest, most would do the same in his position.

Even GT who had no executive power in the club resigned and that says something.

Time to forgive and move on..
Malky lives locally and was with his son watching his old team. Good manager and I wonder if anyone who sees him as a pariah would have done anything different if they were in Malky's shoes and with honest Baz your boss and knowing the turmoil behind the scenes. He took an opportunity that came his way and if they are honest, most would do the same in his position. Even GT who had no executive power in the club resigned and that says something. Time to forgive and move on.. Sahorn
  • Score: 61

4:43pm Tue 18 Mar 14

Wimbledonhorn says...

Time is a healer and I think most intelligent watford fans will realise that Malky left because of Bankrupt Baz. It sure did hurt as hell at the time along with having to stomach losing half of our backroom staff. However what goes around comes around and Malky got harshly treated at Cardiff..

Whose going to Watford Palace theatre on Sunday night to listen to Malky, dychey and Aidy talk about their watford days? Should be an interesting night, with hopefully a good Q and A session..
Time is a healer and I think most intelligent watford fans will realise that Malky left because of Bankrupt Baz. It sure did hurt as hell at the time along with having to stomach losing half of our backroom staff. However what goes around comes around and Malky got harshly treated at Cardiff.. Whose going to Watford Palace theatre on Sunday night to listen to Malky, dychey and Aidy talk about their watford days? Should be an interesting night, with hopefully a good Q and A session.. Wimbledonhorn
  • Score: 23

4:58pm Tue 18 Mar 14

JohnnyHornet says...

The BestTrip2011 wrote:
I just don't get why some people show animosity towards MM.
A great player for us and, against a backdrop of all sorts of shenanigans behind the scenes, served us well as manager.
I certainly don't blame him for taking the opportunity that came his way from Cardiff. He is ambitious as a manager and Bassini was hardly providing a solid foundation for his future.
Anyone who still harbour's bad feeling towards MM obviously hasn't listened to the interview he did on sky sports about a year after he left. Anyone who has would have an element of respect for the guy, his integrity and love for the club shone through, plus why shouldn't he watch the horns he still lives in the area.
[quote][p][bold]The BestTrip2011[/bold] wrote: I just don't get why some people show animosity towards MM. A great player for us and, against a backdrop of all sorts of shenanigans behind the scenes, served us well as manager. I certainly don't blame him for taking the opportunity that came his way from Cardiff. He is ambitious as a manager and Bassini was hardly providing a solid foundation for his future.[/p][/quote]Anyone who still harbour's bad feeling towards MM obviously hasn't listened to the interview he did on sky sports about a year after he left. Anyone who has would have an element of respect for the guy, his integrity and love for the club shone through, plus why shouldn't he watch the horns he still lives in the area. JohnnyHornet
  • Score: 38

7:33pm Tue 18 Mar 14

Henry VIII says...

Personally I have no issues with Malky. He was a fine servant to the club. If most of us had been in his position, the chance of a new opportunity with a structured backroom, we would have taken it. Many would have left before he did with the fools running the show back then. I have said all along that British Managers seem to have the knack of getting teams promoted from this division. Who knows, maybe he will come back, I doubt it, but stranger things have happened. We still have to get through this season first....
Personally I have no issues with Malky. He was a fine servant to the club. If most of us had been in his position, the chance of a new opportunity with a structured backroom, we would have taken it. Many would have left before he did with the fools running the show back then. I have said all along that British Managers seem to have the knack of getting teams promoted from this division. Who knows, maybe he will come back, I doubt it, but stranger things have happened. We still have to get through this season first.... Henry VIII
  • Score: 11

9:44pm Tue 18 Mar 14

only5foot3 says...

Having a beer and scoffin a pie.

Scored at kenilworth road in 2006. Leg
Having a beer and scoffin a pie. Scored at kenilworth road in 2006. Leg only5foot3
  • Score: 8

6:53am Wed 19 Mar 14

demerit says...

JohnnyHornet wrote:
The BestTrip2011 wrote:
I just don't get why some people show animosity towards MM.
A great player for us and, against a backdrop of all sorts of shenanigans behind the scenes, served us well as manager.
I certainly don't blame him for taking the opportunity that came his way from Cardiff. He is ambitious as a manager and Bassini was hardly providing a solid foundation for his future.
Anyone who still harbour's bad feeling towards MM obviously hasn't listened to the interview he did on sky sports about a year after he left. Anyone who has would have an element of respect for the guy, his integrity and love for the club shone through, plus why shouldn't he watch the horns he still lives in the area.
So it was ok for him to take our key staff and players with him too was it?
[quote][p][bold]JohnnyHornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The BestTrip2011[/bold] wrote: I just don't get why some people show animosity towards MM. A great player for us and, against a backdrop of all sorts of shenanigans behind the scenes, served us well as manager. I certainly don't blame him for taking the opportunity that came his way from Cardiff. He is ambitious as a manager and Bassini was hardly providing a solid foundation for his future.[/p][/quote]Anyone who still harbour's bad feeling towards MM obviously hasn't listened to the interview he did on sky sports about a year after he left. Anyone who has would have an element of respect for the guy, his integrity and love for the club shone through, plus why shouldn't he watch the horns he still lives in the area.[/p][/quote]So it was ok for him to take our key staff and players with him too was it? demerit
  • Score: -7

7:24am Wed 19 Mar 14

The BestTrip2011 says...

demerit wrote:
JohnnyHornet wrote:
The BestTrip2011 wrote:
I just don't get why some people show animosity towards MM.
A great player for us and, against a backdrop of all sorts of shenanigans behind the scenes, served us well as manager.
I certainly don't blame him for taking the opportunity that came his way from Cardiff. He is ambitious as a manager and Bassini was hardly providing a solid foundation for his future.
Anyone who still harbour's bad feeling towards MM obviously hasn't listened to the interview he did on sky sports about a year after he left. Anyone who has would have an element of respect for the guy, his integrity and love for the club shone through, plus why shouldn't he watch the horns he still lives in the area.
So it was ok for him to take our key staff and players with him too was it?
Doesn't this happen often when managers leave one club for another?
Whether you think it's 'ok' or not, its hardly exclusive to Malky is it!
If we had an incoming manager who brought in back room staff and one or two players from his previous club you'd just accept it as the norm.
Personally, if it doesn't work out for Beppe after this season, I'd jump at the chance to have Malky back at the helm. Perhaps he'd even bring some key staff and players with him.
[quote][p][bold]demerit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnnyHornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The BestTrip2011[/bold] wrote: I just don't get why some people show animosity towards MM. A great player for us and, against a backdrop of all sorts of shenanigans behind the scenes, served us well as manager. I certainly don't blame him for taking the opportunity that came his way from Cardiff. He is ambitious as a manager and Bassini was hardly providing a solid foundation for his future.[/p][/quote]Anyone who still harbour's bad feeling towards MM obviously hasn't listened to the interview he did on sky sports about a year after he left. Anyone who has would have an element of respect for the guy, his integrity and love for the club shone through, plus why shouldn't he watch the horns he still lives in the area.[/p][/quote]So it was ok for him to take our key staff and players with him too was it?[/p][/quote]Doesn't this happen often when managers leave one club for another? Whether you think it's 'ok' or not, its hardly exclusive to Malky is it! If we had an incoming manager who brought in back room staff and one or two players from his previous club you'd just accept it as the norm. Personally, if it doesn't work out for Beppe after this season, I'd jump at the chance to have Malky back at the helm. Perhaps he'd even bring some key staff and players with him. The BestTrip2011
  • Score: 12

7:31am Wed 19 Mar 14

corbindallas says...

I was not a happy bunny when he left and also the manner he did with the staff and players he took with him, thus my respect for Alec grew when he turned MM down, he did not say anything at the time and even today we do not have a full story on this. At the end of the day life is fate and we move on, the only manager I do feel sorry for and would still want to see back regardless is Dyche, he may not be of the mould for our future but still reckon he should have been given a chance. Interesting to read Zola stating he was unsure whether he made the right decision to resign, I think it was the right decision personally for him and the club, we still have skeletons in the cupboard with the old board and even new board but we are a darn sight better of now than 2 seasons ago and for that I am very thankfull.
I was not a happy bunny when he left and also the manner he did with the staff and players he took with him, thus my respect for Alec grew when he turned MM down, he did not say anything at the time and even today we do not have a full story on this. At the end of the day life is fate and we move on, the only manager I do feel sorry for and would still want to see back regardless is Dyche, he may not be of the mould for our future but still reckon he should have been given a chance. Interesting to read Zola stating he was unsure whether he made the right decision to resign, I think it was the right decision personally for him and the club, we still have skeletons in the cupboard with the old board and even new board but we are a darn sight better of now than 2 seasons ago and for that I am very thankfull. corbindallas
  • Score: 8

7:35am Wed 19 Mar 14

mellow yellow says...

The BestTrip2011 wrote:
demerit wrote:
JohnnyHornet wrote:
The BestTrip2011 wrote:
I just don't get why some people show animosity towards MM.
A great player for us and, against a backdrop of all sorts of shenanigans behind the scenes, served us well as manager.
I certainly don't blame him for taking the opportunity that came his way from Cardiff. He is ambitious as a manager and Bassini was hardly providing a solid foundation for his future.
Anyone who still harbour's bad feeling towards MM obviously hasn't listened to the interview he did on sky sports about a year after he left. Anyone who has would have an element of respect for the guy, his integrity and love for the club shone through, plus why shouldn't he watch the horns he still lives in the area.
So it was ok for him to take our key staff and players with him too was it?
Doesn't this happen often when managers leave one club for another?
Whether you think it's 'ok' or not, its hardly exclusive to Malky is it!
If we had an incoming manager who brought in back room staff and one or two players from his previous club you'd just accept it as the norm.
Personally, if it doesn't work out for Beppe after this season, I'd jump at the chance to have Malky back at the helm. Perhaps he'd even bring some key staff and players with him.
Agreed. He was a decent player and decent manager for us. At the time it felt raw, but given the conditions he was working under at the time I doubt any of us would have done different. Of course, he tried to poach Dyche, who was loyal to the club, and then in turn later rewarded with the sack!

Football is a fickle business.
[quote][p][bold]The BestTrip2011[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]demerit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnnyHornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The BestTrip2011[/bold] wrote: I just don't get why some people show animosity towards MM. A great player for us and, against a backdrop of all sorts of shenanigans behind the scenes, served us well as manager. I certainly don't blame him for taking the opportunity that came his way from Cardiff. He is ambitious as a manager and Bassini was hardly providing a solid foundation for his future.[/p][/quote]Anyone who still harbour's bad feeling towards MM obviously hasn't listened to the interview he did on sky sports about a year after he left. Anyone who has would have an element of respect for the guy, his integrity and love for the club shone through, plus why shouldn't he watch the horns he still lives in the area.[/p][/quote]So it was ok for him to take our key staff and players with him too was it?[/p][/quote]Doesn't this happen often when managers leave one club for another? Whether you think it's 'ok' or not, its hardly exclusive to Malky is it! If we had an incoming manager who brought in back room staff and one or two players from his previous club you'd just accept it as the norm. Personally, if it doesn't work out for Beppe after this season, I'd jump at the chance to have Malky back at the helm. Perhaps he'd even bring some key staff and players with him.[/p][/quote]Agreed. He was a decent player and decent manager for us. At the time it felt raw, but given the conditions he was working under at the time I doubt any of us would have done different. Of course, he tried to poach Dyche, who was loyal to the club, and then in turn later rewarded with the sack! Football is a fickle business. mellow yellow
  • Score: 9

9:25am Wed 19 Mar 14

Meadey39 says...

Do people walk around with their eyes and ears closed. Surely we all know why Mackay left. He left because he knew that Bassini could not be trusted, most people inside Wayford knew that Bassini was bad news. Mackay was correct to leave as the club was being destroyed by Bassini. Mackay is welcome to The Vic at any time. As for Rodgers, his move from Watford didn't work out, but if you were a manager, where would you rather be. Manager of a club just above mid way in the championship or at one of the biggest clubs in the country, with a great chance of winning the league and playing Champions league football.
Do people walk around with their eyes and ears closed. Surely we all know why Mackay left. He left because he knew that Bassini could not be trusted, most people inside Wayford knew that Bassini was bad news. Mackay was correct to leave as the club was being destroyed by Bassini. Mackay is welcome to The Vic at any time. As for Rodgers, his move from Watford didn't work out, but if you were a manager, where would you rather be. Manager of a club just above mid way in the championship or at one of the biggest clubs in the country, with a great chance of winning the league and playing Champions league football. Meadey39
  • Score: 7

9:25am Wed 19 Mar 14

neilhorn says...

demerit wrote:
JohnnyHornet wrote:
The BestTrip2011 wrote:
I just don't get why some people show animosity towards MM.
A great player for us and, against a backdrop of all sorts of shenanigans behind the scenes, served us well as manager.
I certainly don't blame him for taking the opportunity that came his way from Cardiff. He is ambitious as a manager and Bassini was hardly providing a solid foundation for his future.
Anyone who still harbour's bad feeling towards MM obviously hasn't listened to the interview he did on sky sports about a year after he left. Anyone who has would have an element of respect for the guy, his integrity and love for the club shone through, plus why shouldn't he watch the horns he still lives in the area.
So it was ok for him to take our key staff and players with him too was it?
yes it was. Its business. They didn't have to go if they didn't want to
[quote][p][bold]demerit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnnyHornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The BestTrip2011[/bold] wrote: I just don't get why some people show animosity towards MM. A great player for us and, against a backdrop of all sorts of shenanigans behind the scenes, served us well as manager. I certainly don't blame him for taking the opportunity that came his way from Cardiff. He is ambitious as a manager and Bassini was hardly providing a solid foundation for his future.[/p][/quote]Anyone who still harbour's bad feeling towards MM obviously hasn't listened to the interview he did on sky sports about a year after he left. Anyone who has would have an element of respect for the guy, his integrity and love for the club shone through, plus why shouldn't he watch the horns he still lives in the area.[/p][/quote]So it was ok for him to take our key staff and players with him too was it?[/p][/quote]yes it was. Its business. They didn't have to go if they didn't want to neilhorn
  • Score: 4

12:31pm Wed 19 Mar 14

gloryhornet4 says...

neilhorn wrote:
demerit wrote:
JohnnyHornet wrote:
The BestTrip2011 wrote:
I just don't get why some people show animosity towards MM.
A great player for us and, against a backdrop of all sorts of shenanigans behind the scenes, served us well as manager.
I certainly don't blame him for taking the opportunity that came his way from Cardiff. He is ambitious as a manager and Bassini was hardly providing a solid foundation for his future.
Anyone who still harbour's bad feeling towards MM obviously hasn't listened to the interview he did on sky sports about a year after he left. Anyone who has would have an element of respect for the guy, his integrity and love for the club shone through, plus why shouldn't he watch the horns he still lives in the area.
So it was ok for him to take our key staff and players with him too was it?
yes it was. Its business. They didn't have to go if they didn't want to
It was up to the club in agreeing for him to go, to put a clause in the severance agreement to stop him poaching. GT advised LB to let MM go, but for some reason I guess that GT did not think he needed to spell out to LB that he needed an anti-poaching clause. MM was working on a number of signings and they all ended up at Cardiff, with Watford having paid the salaries and expenses in watching players over several months. That should have not been allowed to happen.

That is the point of anti-poaching clauses, including taking backroom staff.
[quote][p][bold]neilhorn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]demerit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JohnnyHornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The BestTrip2011[/bold] wrote: I just don't get why some people show animosity towards MM. A great player for us and, against a backdrop of all sorts of shenanigans behind the scenes, served us well as manager. I certainly don't blame him for taking the opportunity that came his way from Cardiff. He is ambitious as a manager and Bassini was hardly providing a solid foundation for his future.[/p][/quote]Anyone who still harbour's bad feeling towards MM obviously hasn't listened to the interview he did on sky sports about a year after he left. Anyone who has would have an element of respect for the guy, his integrity and love for the club shone through, plus why shouldn't he watch the horns he still lives in the area.[/p][/quote]So it was ok for him to take our key staff and players with him too was it?[/p][/quote]yes it was. Its business. They didn't have to go if they didn't want to[/p][/quote]It was up to the club in agreeing for him to go, to put a clause in the severance agreement to stop him poaching. GT advised LB to let MM go, but for some reason I guess that GT did not think he needed to spell out to LB that he needed an anti-poaching clause. MM was working on a number of signings and they all ended up at Cardiff, with Watford having paid the salaries and expenses in watching players over several months. That should have not been allowed to happen. That is the point of anti-poaching clauses, including taking backroom staff. gloryhornet4
  • Score: 0

3:14pm Wed 19 Mar 14

soulfulhornet says...

I for one would welcome Malky back if there was a vacancy and if he really wanted to come back. He is a much better manager than when he left. I doubt he would want to however.

I am sure there are lower Prem clubs like Norwich, West Ham or West Brom where he would be paid more handsomely for his services if vacancies occur - as there will be at more than one of those type clubs come end of the season or before.

As regards the circumstances of his leaving, yes I was p-----d off at the time, but what with we learnt about Baz, who of us can say we would not have done the same. As far as taking the backroom staff with him (Alec and Sean excepted), that is normal unfortunately. I am sure many of the staff were as unsettled and worried about their careers with WFC under the new owner as Malky was.

As for poaching players that had been scouted by us, these new/ would-be players have little or no affinity with Watford, so why would they not consider going to Cardiff and earn more money than with (then) relegation favourites like the Horns.

Malky had only 7-8 players on the staff at Cardiff when he took over so his loyalty from the day he started work there was with them and not us sadly.
Considering what Dave Jones left him with and the character of the new owner (out of the frying pan ?), what Malky achieved at Cardiff is incredible - cup final, promotion as Champions etc.

Shame circumstances did not allow him to achieve that with us. Same with Sean but who knows whether he would have replicated his Burnley success with us ? And are those now clambering for Sean the same ones who called for his sacking when we were hovering just above the relegation zone in the middle of the 2011/2012 season, possibly.
I for one would welcome Malky back if there was a vacancy and if he really wanted to come back. He is a much better manager than when he left. I doubt he would want to however. I am sure there are lower Prem clubs like Norwich, West Ham or West Brom where he would be paid more handsomely for his services if vacancies occur - as there will be at more than one of those type clubs come end of the season or before. As regards the circumstances of his leaving, yes I was p-----d off at the time, but what with we learnt about Baz, who of us can say we would not have done the same. As far as taking the backroom staff with him (Alec and Sean excepted), that is normal unfortunately. I am sure many of the staff were as unsettled and worried about their careers with WFC under the new owner as Malky was. As for poaching players that had been scouted by us, these new/ would-be players have little or no affinity with Watford, so why would they not consider going to Cardiff and earn more money than with (then) relegation favourites like the Horns. Malky had only 7-8 players on the staff at Cardiff when he took over so his loyalty from the day he started work there was with them and not us sadly. Considering what Dave Jones left him with and the character of the new owner (out of the frying pan ?), what Malky achieved at Cardiff is incredible - cup final, promotion as Champions etc. Shame circumstances did not allow him to achieve that with us. Same with Sean but who knows whether he would have replicated his Burnley success with us ? And are those now clambering for Sean the same ones who called for his sacking when we were hovering just above the relegation zone in the middle of the 2011/2012 season, possibly. soulfulhornet
  • Score: 3

1:13am Thu 20 Mar 14

keith5190 says...

I agree 101% with this post
I agree 101% with this post keith5190
  • Score: 0

11:36am Thu 20 Mar 14

garry.armstrong232@btinternet.com says...

take hime back any day great guy
take hime back any day great guy garry.armstrong232@btinternet.com
  • Score: 0

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