Nigel Pearson says he will not comment on whether Leicester City will make another bid for Watford striker Troy Deeney

Pearson refuses to comment on potential Deeney bid. Picture: Action Images

Pearson refuses to comment on potential Deeney bid. Picture: Action Images

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Nigel Pearson says he will not comment on whether Leicester City will make another bid for Troy Deeney but the Foxes boss didn’t rule out strengthening his squad before the start of the Premier League season.

Leicester have had two offers for the Hornets captain rejected in the past, understood to be worth £6.5m and £7.5m.

We understand the Foxes have not ended their interest in Deeney and are planning to make another bid for the striker.

However, Leicester sources state the club will not become embroiled in a bidding war for the 26-year-old.

Swansea City, Burnley, Everton, Queens Park Rangers and Norwich City have been interested in Deeney in the past. Burnley have since ruled themselves out of the running.

When asked about the club’s interest in Deeney, Pearson told Sky Sports: “You can ask all you want but you’ll get no further comments from me until a deal is done or not done.

“It’s as simple as that. I do not comment on other team’s players and that is where we are at the moment.”

On whether he will add further signings to his squad, the Foxes boss continued: “I’m not ruling anything out, it’s always a case if you can add quality and improve the squad.

"I’m very pleased with the group of players we’ve got here and we have a number of players who have the capacity to make the transition from the Championship to the Premier League.

“I am really excited for them to show what they can do but we’ll have to wait and see if we do add to their squad or not.”

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11:01am Tue 5 Aug 14

MapleHornet says...

Wow, that was an insightful article!
Wow, that was an insightful article! MapleHornet
  • Score: 9

11:04am Tue 5 Aug 14

Abbotshorn says...

so how can you understand that a bid is being made if nobody is talking to you... unbelievable article especially as yesterdays one was just as rubbish. Wait till you are sure and then tell us, its not rocket science that we know bids will be made, you dont need to tell us that
so how can you understand that a bid is being made if nobody is talking to you... unbelievable article especially as yesterdays one was just as rubbish. Wait till you are sure and then tell us, its not rocket science that we know bids will be made, you dont need to tell us that Abbotshorn
  • Score: 2

11:05am Tue 5 Aug 14

MikeS says...

Pearson, either pay up £10m or move on to other targets...simple! Same goes for any other manager who wants to sign Troy
Pearson, either pay up £10m or move on to other targets...simple! Same goes for any other manager who wants to sign Troy MikeS
  • Score: 7

11:15am Tue 5 Aug 14

holtonian says...

If Troy was to go and hopefully not, it would be QPR.
If Troy was to go and hopefully not, it would be QPR. holtonian
  • Score: -14

11:19am Tue 5 Aug 14

andyrankin says...

Abbotshorn wrote:
so how can you understand that a bid is being made if nobody is talking to you... unbelievable article especially as yesterdays one was just as rubbish. Wait till you are sure and then tell us, its not rocket science that we know bids will be made, you dont need to tell us that
the observer obviously has word from someone the deal is likely. What is wrong with them writing about that? They have been right about many rumours before. Look at how long ago they thought Vydra would re sign with us.
I want to read about potential deals! even if some turn out to be incorrect.
I think the observer has dealt with the rumours and stories really well this summer.
[quote][p][bold]Abbotshorn[/bold] wrote: so how can you understand that a bid is being made if nobody is talking to you... unbelievable article especially as yesterdays one was just as rubbish. Wait till you are sure and then tell us, its not rocket science that we know bids will be made, you dont need to tell us that[/p][/quote]the observer obviously has word from someone the deal is likely. What is wrong with them writing about that? They have been right about many rumours before. Look at how long ago they thought Vydra would re sign with us. I want to read about potential deals! even if some turn out to be incorrect. I think the observer has dealt with the rumours and stories really well this summer. andyrankin
  • Score: 61

11:19am Tue 5 Aug 14

Mickey Quinn, not so thin says...

Presumably the next article will be that "Journalists are refusing to say whether or not rumours are true that Nigel Pearson will soon end his self imposed silence on clarifying whether or not Leicester will make a further bid for Troy Deeney" ?
Presumably the next article will be that "Journalists are refusing to say whether or not rumours are true that Nigel Pearson will soon end his self imposed silence on clarifying whether or not Leicester will make a further bid for Troy Deeney" ? Mickey Quinn, not so thin
  • Score: -21

11:46am Tue 5 Aug 14

PeteBogHorrorHornet says...

At least he is more of a Pro than a certain Mr Redknapp and refuses to talk about other clubs players. Respect to him for that
At least he is more of a Pro than a certain Mr Redknapp and refuses to talk about other clubs players. Respect to him for that PeteBogHorrorHornet
  • Score: 66

11:51am Tue 5 Aug 14

Harry's Bar says...

andyrankin wrote:
Abbotshorn wrote:
so how can you understand that a bid is being made if nobody is talking to you... unbelievable article especially as yesterdays one was just as rubbish. Wait till you are sure and then tell us, its not rocket science that we know bids will be made, you dont need to tell us that
the observer obviously has word from someone the deal is likely. What is wrong with them writing about that? They have been right about many rumours before. Look at how long ago they thought Vydra would re sign with us.
I want to read about potential deals! even if some turn out to be incorrect.
I think the observer has dealt with the rumours and stories really well this summer.
Yes, and a big thank you to Internet Explorer, with a special mention for Sky Sports News for all your help.
[quote][p][bold]andyrankin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abbotshorn[/bold] wrote: so how can you understand that a bid is being made if nobody is talking to you... unbelievable article especially as yesterdays one was just as rubbish. Wait till you are sure and then tell us, its not rocket science that we know bids will be made, you dont need to tell us that[/p][/quote]the observer obviously has word from someone the deal is likely. What is wrong with them writing about that? They have been right about many rumours before. Look at how long ago they thought Vydra would re sign with us. I want to read about potential deals! even if some turn out to be incorrect. I think the observer has dealt with the rumours and stories really well this summer.[/p][/quote]Yes, and a big thank you to Internet Explorer, with a special mention for Sky Sports News for all your help. Harry's Bar
  • Score: -14

11:56am Tue 5 Aug 14

Mickey Quinn, not so thin says...

andyrankin wrote:
Abbotshorn wrote:
so how can you understand that a bid is being made if nobody is talking to you... unbelievable article especially as yesterdays one was just as rubbish. Wait till you are sure and then tell us, its not rocket science that we know bids will be made, you dont need to tell us that
the observer obviously has word from someone the deal is likely. What is wrong with them writing about that? They have been right about many rumours before. Look at how long ago they thought Vydra would re sign with us.
I want to read about potential deals! even if some turn out to be incorrect.
I think the observer has dealt with the rumours and stories really well this summer.
So in what way does this article add anything to the previous article "Leicester set to make another Deeney bid" ??
[quote][p][bold]andyrankin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abbotshorn[/bold] wrote: so how can you understand that a bid is being made if nobody is talking to you... unbelievable article especially as yesterdays one was just as rubbish. Wait till you are sure and then tell us, its not rocket science that we know bids will be made, you dont need to tell us that[/p][/quote]the observer obviously has word from someone the deal is likely. What is wrong with them writing about that? They have been right about many rumours before. Look at how long ago they thought Vydra would re sign with us. I want to read about potential deals! even if some turn out to be incorrect. I think the observer has dealt with the rumours and stories really well this summer.[/p][/quote]So in what way does this article add anything to the previous article "Leicester set to make another Deeney bid" ?? Mickey Quinn, not so thin
  • Score: -4

12:36pm Tue 5 Aug 14

mellow yellow says...

There is nothing really new about this, apart from underlining that Pearson seems a decent bloke. However, the pressure on journalists these days to get page hits leads to the inevitable filler type nature of these stories. Once the season gets underway, we can at least go back to discussing actual results and performances that matter. Maybe we are all guilty of anticipation. I expect Deeney to start on Saturday. If he's scored another two or three by last week of August the Pozzos will get what they consider his value, and the team won't be to disturbed, on the whole. It's football, and it's life.
There is nothing really new about this, apart from underlining that Pearson seems a decent bloke. However, the pressure on journalists these days to get page hits leads to the inevitable filler type nature of these stories. Once the season gets underway, we can at least go back to discussing actual results and performances that matter. Maybe we are all guilty of anticipation. I expect Deeney to start on Saturday. If he's scored another two or three by last week of August the Pozzos will get what they consider his value, and the team won't be to disturbed, on the whole. It's football, and it's life. mellow yellow
  • Score: 14

12:41pm Tue 5 Aug 14

andyrankin says...

Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
andyrankin wrote:
Abbotshorn wrote:
so how can you understand that a bid is being made if nobody is talking to you... unbelievable article especially as yesterdays one was just as rubbish. Wait till you are sure and then tell us, its not rocket science that we know bids will be made, you dont need to tell us that
the observer obviously has word from someone the deal is likely. What is wrong with them writing about that? They have been right about many rumours before. Look at how long ago they thought Vydra would re sign with us.
I want to read about potential deals! even if some turn out to be incorrect.
I think the observer has dealt with the rumours and stories really well this summer.
So in what way does this article add anything to the previous article "Leicester set to make another Deeney bid" ??
if you don't like the article, or this site, then don't read it.
I personally do like it.
As for this article the observer are just relaying what was said, how on earth can you criticise them for that?
Actually if you think about Pearson's quotes, I would be inclined to read between the lines and say the deal is a real possibility.

So all in all , quite a good reason for the article.
[quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyrankin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abbotshorn[/bold] wrote: so how can you understand that a bid is being made if nobody is talking to you... unbelievable article especially as yesterdays one was just as rubbish. Wait till you are sure and then tell us, its not rocket science that we know bids will be made, you dont need to tell us that[/p][/quote]the observer obviously has word from someone the deal is likely. What is wrong with them writing about that? They have been right about many rumours before. Look at how long ago they thought Vydra would re sign with us. I want to read about potential deals! even if some turn out to be incorrect. I think the observer has dealt with the rumours and stories really well this summer.[/p][/quote]So in what way does this article add anything to the previous article "Leicester set to make another Deeney bid" ??[/p][/quote]if you don't like the article, or this site, then don't read it. I personally do like it. As for this article the observer are just relaying what was said, how on earth can you criticise them for that? Actually if you think about Pearson's quotes, I would be inclined to read between the lines and say the deal is a real possibility. So all in all , quite a good reason for the article. andyrankin
  • Score: 23

12:59pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Chris the Vic says...

Pearson has class and a full understanding of not publicly tapping up.

Shame that Rednapp does not know how to follow the rules
Pearson has class and a full understanding of not publicly tapping up. Shame that Rednapp does not know how to follow the rules Chris the Vic
  • Score: 30

1:15pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Mickey Quinn, not so thin says...

andyrankin wrote:
Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
andyrankin wrote:
Abbotshorn wrote:
so how can you understand that a bid is being made if nobody is talking to you... unbelievable article especially as yesterdays one was just as rubbish. Wait till you are sure and then tell us, its not rocket science that we know bids will be made, you dont need to tell us that
the observer obviously has word from someone the deal is likely. What is wrong with them writing about that? They have been right about many rumours before. Look at how long ago they thought Vydra would re sign with us.
I want to read about potential deals! even if some turn out to be incorrect.
I think the observer has dealt with the rumours and stories really well this summer.
So in what way does this article add anything to the previous article "Leicester set to make another Deeney bid" ??
if you don't like the article, or this site, then don't read it.
I personally do like it.
As for this article the observer are just relaying what was said, how on earth can you criticise them for that?
Actually if you think about Pearson's quotes, I would be inclined to read between the lines and say the deal is a real possibility.

So all in all , quite a good reason for the article.
We know it's a possibility based on the previous article !
So you feel the Wobbly should report everything that's said ?? In fact the whole article is to say that he's saying nothing !!!!!!!
How can I know if I like an article's contents without reading the contents ?!! And why does it mean I don't like the whole site ??
If tomorrow no-one from Leicester has commented on the subject, would that also be news ??
[quote][p][bold]andyrankin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyrankin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abbotshorn[/bold] wrote: so how can you understand that a bid is being made if nobody is talking to you... unbelievable article especially as yesterdays one was just as rubbish. Wait till you are sure and then tell us, its not rocket science that we know bids will be made, you dont need to tell us that[/p][/quote]the observer obviously has word from someone the deal is likely. What is wrong with them writing about that? They have been right about many rumours before. Look at how long ago they thought Vydra would re sign with us. I want to read about potential deals! even if some turn out to be incorrect. I think the observer has dealt with the rumours and stories really well this summer.[/p][/quote]So in what way does this article add anything to the previous article "Leicester set to make another Deeney bid" ??[/p][/quote]if you don't like the article, or this site, then don't read it. I personally do like it. As for this article the observer are just relaying what was said, how on earth can you criticise them for that? Actually if you think about Pearson's quotes, I would be inclined to read between the lines and say the deal is a real possibility. So all in all , quite a good reason for the article.[/p][/quote]We know it's a possibility based on the previous article ! So you feel the Wobbly should report everything that's said ?? In fact the whole article is to say that he's saying nothing !!!!!!! How can I know if I like an article's contents without reading the contents ?!! And why does it mean I don't like the whole site ?? If tomorrow no-one from Leicester has commented on the subject, would that also be news ?? Mickey Quinn, not so thin
  • Score: -9

1:37pm Tue 5 Aug 14

SuperHorns says...

It's still on!
It's still on! SuperHorns
  • Score: -3

1:43pm Tue 5 Aug 14

soulfulhornet says...

Agree with the comments re Nigel Pearson. He handled the whole play-off saga with us with dignity and humility. He did not gloat when Leicester got revenge at our place.

The not commenting about players at other clubs is refreshing. There are quite a few managers who could learn a lesson or two from his comments and demeanour. The word dignified comes to mind.
Agree with the comments re Nigel Pearson. He handled the whole play-off saga with us with dignity and humility. He did not gloat when Leicester got revenge at our place. The not commenting about players at other clubs is refreshing. There are quite a few managers who could learn a lesson or two from his comments and demeanour. The word dignified comes to mind. soulfulhornet
  • Score: 34

2:03pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Harry's Bar says...

Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
andyrankin wrote:
Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
andyrankin wrote:
Abbotshorn wrote:
so how can you understand that a bid is being made if nobody is talking to you... unbelievable article especially as yesterdays one was just as rubbish. Wait till you are sure and then tell us, its not rocket science that we know bids will be made, you dont need to tell us that
the observer obviously has word from someone the deal is likely. What is wrong with them writing about that? They have been right about many rumours before. Look at how long ago they thought Vydra would re sign with us.
I want to read about potential deals! even if some turn out to be incorrect.
I think the observer has dealt with the rumours and stories really well this summer.
So in what way does this article add anything to the previous article "Leicester set to make another Deeney bid" ??
if you don't like the article, or this site, then don't read it.
I personally do like it.
As for this article the observer are just relaying what was said, how on earth can you criticise them for that?
Actually if you think about Pearson's quotes, I would be inclined to read between the lines and say the deal is a real possibility.

So all in all , quite a good reason for the article.
We know it's a possibility based on the previous article !
So you feel the Wobbly should report everything that's said ?? In fact the whole article is to say that he's saying nothing !!!!!!!
How can I know if I like an article's contents without reading the contents ?!! And why does it mean I don't like the whole site ??
If tomorrow no-one from Leicester has commented on the subject, would that also be news ??
Yes, it would allow us to read between the lines that they may still be interested. Personally I can't wait.
[quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyrankin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyrankin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abbotshorn[/bold] wrote: so how can you understand that a bid is being made if nobody is talking to you... unbelievable article especially as yesterdays one was just as rubbish. Wait till you are sure and then tell us, its not rocket science that we know bids will be made, you dont need to tell us that[/p][/quote]the observer obviously has word from someone the deal is likely. What is wrong with them writing about that? They have been right about many rumours before. Look at how long ago they thought Vydra would re sign with us. I want to read about potential deals! even if some turn out to be incorrect. I think the observer has dealt with the rumours and stories really well this summer.[/p][/quote]So in what way does this article add anything to the previous article "Leicester set to make another Deeney bid" ??[/p][/quote]if you don't like the article, or this site, then don't read it. I personally do like it. As for this article the observer are just relaying what was said, how on earth can you criticise them for that? Actually if you think about Pearson's quotes, I would be inclined to read between the lines and say the deal is a real possibility. So all in all , quite a good reason for the article.[/p][/quote]We know it's a possibility based on the previous article ! So you feel the Wobbly should report everything that's said ?? In fact the whole article is to say that he's saying nothing !!!!!!! How can I know if I like an article's contents without reading the contents ?!! And why does it mean I don't like the whole site ?? If tomorrow no-one from Leicester has commented on the subject, would that also be news ??[/p][/quote]Yes, it would allow us to read between the lines that they may still be interested. Personally I can't wait. Harry's Bar
  • Score: -2

2:38pm Tue 5 Aug 14

neilhorn says...

Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
andyrankin wrote:
Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
andyrankin wrote:
Abbotshorn wrote:
so how can you understand that a bid is being made if nobody is talking to you... unbelievable article especially as yesterdays one was just as rubbish. Wait till you are sure and then tell us, its not rocket science that we know bids will be made, you dont need to tell us that
the observer obviously has word from someone the deal is likely. What is wrong with them writing about that? They have been right about many rumours before. Look at how long ago they thought Vydra would re sign with us.
I want to read about potential deals! even if some turn out to be incorrect.
I think the observer has dealt with the rumours and stories really well this summer.
So in what way does this article add anything to the previous article "Leicester set to make another Deeney bid" ??
if you don't like the article, or this site, then don't read it.
I personally do like it.
As for this article the observer are just relaying what was said, how on earth can you criticise them for that?
Actually if you think about Pearson's quotes, I would be inclined to read between the lines and say the deal is a real possibility.

So all in all , quite a good reason for the article.
We know it's a possibility based on the previous article !
So you feel the Wobbly should report everything that's said ?? In fact the whole article is to say that he's saying nothing !!!!!!!
How can I know if I like an article's contents without reading the contents ?!! And why does it mean I don't like the whole site ??
If tomorrow no-one from Leicester has commented on the subject, would that also be news ??
To be fair, if you see an article headlined 'Nigel Pearson says he will not comment on whether Leicester City will make another bid for Watford striker Troy Deeney' - and you still read on, you can hardly complain when the article turns out to be about Pearson refusing to comment, because you had been warned....
[quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyrankin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyrankin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abbotshorn[/bold] wrote: so how can you understand that a bid is being made if nobody is talking to you... unbelievable article especially as yesterdays one was just as rubbish. Wait till you are sure and then tell us, its not rocket science that we know bids will be made, you dont need to tell us that[/p][/quote]the observer obviously has word from someone the deal is likely. What is wrong with them writing about that? They have been right about many rumours before. Look at how long ago they thought Vydra would re sign with us. I want to read about potential deals! even if some turn out to be incorrect. I think the observer has dealt with the rumours and stories really well this summer.[/p][/quote]So in what way does this article add anything to the previous article "Leicester set to make another Deeney bid" ??[/p][/quote]if you don't like the article, or this site, then don't read it. I personally do like it. As for this article the observer are just relaying what was said, how on earth can you criticise them for that? Actually if you think about Pearson's quotes, I would be inclined to read between the lines and say the deal is a real possibility. So all in all , quite a good reason for the article.[/p][/quote]We know it's a possibility based on the previous article ! So you feel the Wobbly should report everything that's said ?? In fact the whole article is to say that he's saying nothing !!!!!!! How can I know if I like an article's contents without reading the contents ?!! And why does it mean I don't like the whole site ?? If tomorrow no-one from Leicester has commented on the subject, would that also be news ??[/p][/quote]To be fair, if you see an article headlined 'Nigel Pearson says he will not comment on whether Leicester City will make another bid for Watford striker Troy Deeney' - and you still read on, you can hardly complain when the article turns out to be about Pearson refusing to comment, because you had been warned.... neilhorn
  • Score: 8

3:06pm Tue 5 Aug 14

Mickey Quinn, not so thin says...

neilhorn wrote:
Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
andyrankin wrote:
Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
andyrankin wrote:
Abbotshorn wrote:
so how can you understand that a bid is being made if nobody is talking to you... unbelievable article especially as yesterdays one was just as rubbish. Wait till you are sure and then tell us, its not rocket science that we know bids will be made, you dont need to tell us that
the observer obviously has word from someone the deal is likely. What is wrong with them writing about that? They have been right about many rumours before. Look at how long ago they thought Vydra would re sign with us.
I want to read about potential deals! even if some turn out to be incorrect.
I think the observer has dealt with the rumours and stories really well this summer.
So in what way does this article add anything to the previous article "Leicester set to make another Deeney bid" ??
if you don't like the article, or this site, then don't read it.
I personally do like it.
As for this article the observer are just relaying what was said, how on earth can you criticise them for that?
Actually if you think about Pearson's quotes, I would be inclined to read between the lines and say the deal is a real possibility.

So all in all , quite a good reason for the article.
We know it's a possibility based on the previous article !
So you feel the Wobbly should report everything that's said ?? In fact the whole article is to say that he's saying nothing !!!!!!!
How can I know if I like an article's contents without reading the contents ?!! And why does it mean I don't like the whole site ??
If tomorrow no-one from Leicester has commented on the subject, would that also be news ??
To be fair, if you see an article headlined 'Nigel Pearson says he will not comment on whether Leicester City will make another bid for Watford striker Troy Deeney' - and you still read on, you can hardly complain when the article turns out to be about Pearson refusing to comment, because you had been warned....
...unless you wrongly assume there must be SOME additional info in the article below to justify turning that one "no news" sentence into a full article ?!
[quote][p][bold]neilhorn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyrankin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyrankin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abbotshorn[/bold] wrote: so how can you understand that a bid is being made if nobody is talking to you... unbelievable article especially as yesterdays one was just as rubbish. Wait till you are sure and then tell us, its not rocket science that we know bids will be made, you dont need to tell us that[/p][/quote]the observer obviously has word from someone the deal is likely. What is wrong with them writing about that? They have been right about many rumours before. Look at how long ago they thought Vydra would re sign with us. I want to read about potential deals! even if some turn out to be incorrect. I think the observer has dealt with the rumours and stories really well this summer.[/p][/quote]So in what way does this article add anything to the previous article "Leicester set to make another Deeney bid" ??[/p][/quote]if you don't like the article, or this site, then don't read it. I personally do like it. As for this article the observer are just relaying what was said, how on earth can you criticise them for that? Actually if you think about Pearson's quotes, I would be inclined to read between the lines and say the deal is a real possibility. So all in all , quite a good reason for the article.[/p][/quote]We know it's a possibility based on the previous article ! So you feel the Wobbly should report everything that's said ?? In fact the whole article is to say that he's saying nothing !!!!!!! How can I know if I like an article's contents without reading the contents ?!! And why does it mean I don't like the whole site ?? If tomorrow no-one from Leicester has commented on the subject, would that also be news ??[/p][/quote]To be fair, if you see an article headlined 'Nigel Pearson says he will not comment on whether Leicester City will make another bid for Watford striker Troy Deeney' - and you still read on, you can hardly complain when the article turns out to be about Pearson refusing to comment, because you had been warned....[/p][/quote]...unless you wrongly assume there must be SOME additional info in the article below to justify turning that one "no news" sentence into a full article ?! Mickey Quinn, not so thin
  • Score: 0

3:14pm Tue 5 Aug 14

neilhorn says...

If you make wrong assumptions Mickey, that's your problem surely. The Watford Observer can hardly be held accountable for that
If you make wrong assumptions Mickey, that's your problem surely. The Watford Observer can hardly be held accountable for that neilhorn
  • Score: 3

3:42pm Tue 5 Aug 14

jabdwfc says...

It seems that every day I look at the observer its about troy going here and there , however after months and months and bids and bids that wfc have rejected time and time the observer still seem content on unsettling troy as much as the teams interested. I think the message the club has sent out is pretty clear troy is staying and leading us back to the pemiership. When have we ever been able to turn down 6.5 and 7.5 millions of pounds so what's an extra 2.5 on top.
It seems that every day I look at the observer its about troy going here and there , however after months and months and bids and bids that wfc have rejected time and time the observer still seem content on unsettling troy as much as the teams interested. I think the message the club has sent out is pretty clear troy is staying and leading us back to the pemiership. When have we ever been able to turn down 6.5 and 7.5 millions of pounds so what's an extra 2.5 on top. jabdwfc
  • Score: 3

7:14pm Tue 5 Aug 14

lutondown says...

Have you lot nothing better to do than criticise junior
Reporters? Then applaud yourselves by thumbing
Each other up after making asides.
Well, if they wrote nothing you'd have nothing to moan about
Would you?
Have you lot nothing better to do than criticise junior Reporters? Then applaud yourselves by thumbing Each other up after making asides. Well, if they wrote nothing you'd have nothing to moan about Would you? lutondown
  • Score: 1

12:36am Wed 6 Aug 14

Roger Joslyn says...

Pearson is a decent bloke but still can't get that image of him out of my head when Troy snatches it at the end.....the wobbly bottom lip picture!
Pearson is a decent bloke but still can't get that image of him out of my head when Troy snatches it at the end.....the wobbly bottom lip picture! Roger Joslyn
  • Score: 3

9:04am Wed 6 Aug 14

bristol hornet says...

lutondown wrote:
Have you lot nothing better to do than criticise junior
Reporters? Then applaud yourselves by thumbing
Each other up after making asides.
Well, if they wrote nothing you'd have nothing to moan about
Would you?
What do you know about anything (2 Kings 2:23)!!!!
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: Have you lot nothing better to do than criticise junior Reporters? Then applaud yourselves by thumbing Each other up after making asides. Well, if they wrote nothing you'd have nothing to moan about Would you?[/p][/quote]What do you know about anything (2 Kings 2:23)!!!! bristol hornet
  • Score: 1

10:40am Wed 6 Aug 14

gloryhornet4 says...

Roger Joslyn wrote:
Pearson is a decent bloke but still can't get that image of him out of my head when Troy snatches it at the end.....the wobbly bottom lip picture!
Warnock & Hollowhead would have been in the 4th officials ear about added time being way over when Troy scored the semi play off winner.

Nigel a true gent behaves with good grace and just watches the celebrations with his arms folded.

Cut from a much better cloth than most.
[quote][p][bold]Roger Joslyn[/bold] wrote: Pearson is a decent bloke but still can't get that image of him out of my head when Troy snatches it at the end.....the wobbly bottom lip picture![/p][/quote]Warnock & Hollowhead would have been in the 4th officials ear about added time being way over when Troy scored the semi play off winner. Nigel a true gent behaves with good grace and just watches the celebrations with his arms folded. Cut from a much better cloth than most. gloryhornet4
  • Score: 4

1:55pm Wed 6 Aug 14

Urban Bear says...

This is like me saying I'm not going to comment on whether I will ask my wife to get me another beer from the fridge or not, and even if I do she may well say no. What a complete non story!
This is like me saying I'm not going to comment on whether I will ask my wife to get me another beer from the fridge or not, and even if I do she may well say no. What a complete non story! Urban Bear
  • Score: 2

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