Beppe Sannino leaves Watford with fourth-best win percentage record of club's post-war managers

Former Hornets head coach Beppe Sannino. Picture: Holly Cant

Former Hornets head coach Beppe Sannino. Picture: Holly Cant

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Beppe Sannino has left the Vicarage Road hot seat with the fourth-best league win percentage of any permanent, post-war Watford manager, following his eight-and-a-half months as head coach.

The 57-year-old Italian, appointed on December 18 last year following the resignation of countryman Gianfranco Zola, has left WD18 boasting an overall win percentage of 41.66 per cent from 36 league games in charge.

Only Bill McGarry (45.61 per cent), Graham Taylor in his first spell (44.63 per cent) and Zola (43.94 per cent) enjoyed better win percentages than Sannino.

He took the job with the Hornets enduring a run of nine Championship fixtures without victory and, in his first match in charge, drew 1-1 at Ipswich Town on December 21, with Troy Deeney scoring the first goal of his reign.

On Boxing Day, the Golden Boys recorded their first win since October 5, thrashing Millwall 4-0 at Vicarage Road, in what was Sannino’s first home match as head coach.

The unbeaten start stretched to four matches with a goalless draw against Queens Park Rangers and a 1-1 draw in the FA Cup third round at Bristol City.

A 1-0 home defeat to Reading on January 11 was the first of just three home losses under the Ottaviano-born coach.

Having immediately tightened up the Hornets defence, Watford’s improved home form proved to be one of the hallmarks of Sannino’s stint as head coach, with 12 of the 15 victories he oversaw coming at home.

Watford’s marked improvement in front of their own fans was never more apparent than during the final three months of last season, a period in which the Hornets lost just once at home in ten fixtures.

In a sequence which saw Watford win five consecutive home games without conceding, the only defeat between February 2 and May 2 came against Huddersfield Town on the final day of the 2013/14 campaign.

That impressive run of form catapulted the Golden Boys back into the chase for the play-offs, before they collapsed during the final weeks of the season – with defeats against QPR, Derby County and Charlton Athletic putting paid to any lingering hopes of a top-six berth.

Conversely, Sannino’s record away from home was less impressive, taking charge of the same number of matches (18) on the road as he did in WD18 but winning just three – less than 17 per cent.

The Hornets lost half of their away fixtures under the former Palermo coach and a third of their away trips ended in draws.

Watford’s record of 12 points from a possible 15 at the start of the current campaign is their best total after five games since the 2007/08 season, when they managed the same total under Aidy Boothroyd.

It is also the only time since Boothroyd’s penultimate season at the club in which the Golden Boys have taken double figures in points from their first five league matches.

Sannino’s final match as Watford’s head coach was Saturday’s 4-2 defeat of Huddersfield Town, with Almen Abdi the final goalscorer under the Italian.

In total, the Hornets netted 65 goals in all competitions under Sannino’s stewardship, conceding 48.

Research by Watford Mailing List’s Jon Sinclair also shows the extent of Watford’s on-pitch disciplinary problems during the Italian’s tenure.

The Hornets had a player sent off once every 4.5 games under Sannino, compared to once every 7.43 matches under Gianluca Vialli, who has the second worst record of those managers for whom figures are available.

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11:51am Mon 1 Sep 14

Surbiton says...

Whilst he undoubtedly had a good win record at home, his disciplinary record with players booked and or sent off, could not continue at the rate it has started this season. Clearly the new manager needs to keep a tight grip on some of these hotheads. They may have flair and technical ability, but that it is of no use whatsoever when they are taking an early bath.
Whilst he undoubtedly had a good win record at home, his disciplinary record with players booked and or sent off, could not continue at the rate it has started this season. Clearly the new manager needs to keep a tight grip on some of these hotheads. They may have flair and technical ability, but that it is of no use whatsoever when they are taking an early bath. Surbiton
  • Score: 21

12:00pm Mon 1 Sep 14

ORBY says...

I think it was just a matter of time before he went of his own accord or was politely shown the door. Unrest in the dressing room is the start of a downward slide of morale. I hope it's not "player power" but you cannot keep so many players happy. A quick look at Burnley and Leicester tells you that to keep a tight unit is the way to success if the players have the ability and Watford have the players to achieve promotion. The forward "thinkers" who believe that rotation is the answer are wrong. Only change a winning formation when injury or loss of form occurs. I only hope that the Pozzos select the right person for the job.
I think it was just a matter of time before he went of his own accord or was politely shown the door. Unrest in the dressing room is the start of a downward slide of morale. I hope it's not "player power" but you cannot keep so many players happy. A quick look at Burnley and Leicester tells you that to keep a tight unit is the way to success if the players have the ability and Watford have the players to achieve promotion. The forward "thinkers" who believe that rotation is the answer are wrong. Only change a winning formation when injury or loss of form occurs. I only hope that the Pozzos select the right person for the job. ORBY
  • Score: 8

12:05pm Mon 1 Sep 14

JohnnyBarnes says...

Ha, let's all be nice to him now he's gone!
Ha, let's all be nice to him now he's gone! JohnnyBarnes
  • Score: -19

12:12pm Mon 1 Sep 14

Drewoneone says...

Underwhelmed with the choices being touted for Beppe's replacement. Thank God Hughton is out of the running. Unlikely we will attract a successful manager who is in a job at the moment, so the pool of "talent" is sparse.
I still trust the Pozzos and wouldn't be surprised if they come up with another "left field" candidate who is not on the current radar.
Underwhelmed with the choices being touted for Beppe's replacement. Thank God Hughton is out of the running. Unlikely we will attract a successful manager who is in a job at the moment, so the pool of "talent" is sparse. I still trust the Pozzos and wouldn't be surprised if they come up with another "left field" candidate who is not on the current radar. Drewoneone
  • Score: 10

12:12pm Mon 1 Sep 14

The BestTrip2011 says...

Beppe was never a long term solution for the Pozzos.
Nobody expected Zola to have such a poor run of results which, seemingly, he didn't know how to resolve and led to him throwing in the towel very quickly. Beppe was appointed quickly, as a stop gap, until the summer when the Pozzos could then take some time to determine who they wanted in. For whatever reason, it's taken until the season has got underway for the right person/people to become available.
Nobody can argue with our favourable start (results wise) to the current campaign, but Ill-discipline, senior player unrest and so much player rotation it makes people dizzy is not a formula for longevity and success.
Beppe, lovely guy and wish him well, but change is needed quickly.
Beppe was never a long term solution for the Pozzos. Nobody expected Zola to have such a poor run of results which, seemingly, he didn't know how to resolve and led to him throwing in the towel very quickly. Beppe was appointed quickly, as a stop gap, until the summer when the Pozzos could then take some time to determine who they wanted in. For whatever reason, it's taken until the season has got underway for the right person/people to become available. Nobody can argue with our favourable start (results wise) to the current campaign, but Ill-discipline, senior player unrest and so much player rotation it makes people dizzy is not a formula for longevity and success. Beppe, lovely guy and wish him well, but change is needed quickly. The BestTrip2011
  • Score: 11

12:30pm Mon 1 Sep 14

Hornankey says...

We have played nearly one quarter of the playing time to date this season with 10 men. Clearly that level of indiscipline would ultimately lose points and could not continue.
We have played nearly one quarter of the playing time to date this season with 10 men. Clearly that level of indiscipline would ultimately lose points and could not continue. Hornankey
  • Score: 12

1:07pm Mon 1 Sep 14

mbwfc1976 says...

Surbiton wrote:
Whilst he undoubtedly had a good win record at home, his disciplinary record with players booked and or sent off, could not continue at the rate it has started this season. Clearly the new manager needs to keep a tight grip on some of these hotheads. They may have flair and technical ability, but that it is of no use whatsoever when they are taking an early bath.
Spot on thoughts Surbiton.

As I said in my "mega War n Peace" post against the article about Beppe's resignation, we've already fallen foul of losing out on automatic promotion by the narrowest of fine margins (the season before last)...

...and if Beppe had stayed, the constant ill-dscipline would almost certainly have ended up costing us points, especially when it came to playing the likes of Forest, Derby, Cardiff etc.

I'm therefore very glad that we've not played any of those teams so far, cos we would never have been 2nd in the league, if that had been the case.

It may seem very bizarre that Beppe left when we were 2nd in the league.

But the results / league position were very much papering over some colossal cracks / disconnects off the pitch, so his departure was not in any way surprising for me.

If all the strife, both on field and off field, had carried on any longer, I have no doubt at all that this season would have gone downhill at an astonishing rate of knots.

So while it is sad to see Beppe leave, him doing so is very much in the best interests of both himself and our beloved Watford FC, the latter of which is the single most important factor bar none, when all is said and done.

COYH!
[quote][p][bold]Surbiton[/bold] wrote: Whilst he undoubtedly had a good win record at home, his disciplinary record with players booked and or sent off, could not continue at the rate it has started this season. Clearly the new manager needs to keep a tight grip on some of these hotheads. They may have flair and technical ability, but that it is of no use whatsoever when they are taking an early bath.[/p][/quote]Spot on thoughts Surbiton. As I said in my "mega War n Peace" post against the article about Beppe's resignation, we've already fallen foul of losing out on automatic promotion by the narrowest of fine margins (the season before last)... ...and if Beppe had stayed, the constant ill-dscipline would almost certainly have ended up costing us points, especially when it came to playing the likes of Forest, Derby, Cardiff etc. I'm therefore very glad that we've not played any of those teams so far, cos we would never have been 2nd in the league, if that had been the case. It may seem very bizarre that Beppe left when we were 2nd in the league. But the results / league position were very much papering over some colossal cracks / disconnects off the pitch, so his departure was not in any way surprising for me. If all the strife, both on field and off field, had carried on any longer, I have no doubt at all that this season would have gone downhill at an astonishing rate of knots. So while it is sad to see Beppe leave, him doing so is very much in the best interests of both himself and our beloved Watford FC, the latter of which is the single most important factor bar none, when all is said and done. COYH! mbwfc1976
  • Score: -7

1:11pm Mon 1 Sep 14

Mickey Quinn, not so thin says...

mbwfc1976 wrote:
Surbiton wrote:
Whilst he undoubtedly had a good win record at home, his disciplinary record with players booked and or sent off, could not continue at the rate it has started this season. Clearly the new manager needs to keep a tight grip on some of these hotheads. They may have flair and technical ability, but that it is of no use whatsoever when they are taking an early bath.
Spot on thoughts Surbiton.

As I said in my "mega War n Peace" post against the article about Beppe's resignation, we've already fallen foul of losing out on automatic promotion by the narrowest of fine margins (the season before last)...

...and if Beppe had stayed, the constant ill-dscipline would almost certainly have ended up costing us points, especially when it came to playing the likes of Forest, Derby, Cardiff etc.

I'm therefore very glad that we've not played any of those teams so far, cos we would never have been 2nd in the league, if that had been the case.

It may seem very bizarre that Beppe left when we were 2nd in the league.

But the results / league position were very much papering over some colossal cracks / disconnects off the pitch, so his departure was not in any way surprising for me.

If all the strife, both on field and off field, had carried on any longer, I have no doubt at all that this season would have gone downhill at an astonishing rate of knots.

So while it is sad to see Beppe leave, him doing so is very much in the best interests of both himself and our beloved Watford FC, the latter of which is the single most important factor bar none, when all is said and done.

COYH!
Yes I think 4 of the 5 teams we have played so far this season are in the bottom 8. The one that wasn't beat us 3-0 so discipline and togetherness will be vital for games against the top teams.
[quote][p][bold]mbwfc1976[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Surbiton[/bold] wrote: Whilst he undoubtedly had a good win record at home, his disciplinary record with players booked and or sent off, could not continue at the rate it has started this season. Clearly the new manager needs to keep a tight grip on some of these hotheads. They may have flair and technical ability, but that it is of no use whatsoever when they are taking an early bath.[/p][/quote]Spot on thoughts Surbiton. As I said in my "mega War n Peace" post against the article about Beppe's resignation, we've already fallen foul of losing out on automatic promotion by the narrowest of fine margins (the season before last)... ...and if Beppe had stayed, the constant ill-dscipline would almost certainly have ended up costing us points, especially when it came to playing the likes of Forest, Derby, Cardiff etc. I'm therefore very glad that we've not played any of those teams so far, cos we would never have been 2nd in the league, if that had been the case. It may seem very bizarre that Beppe left when we were 2nd in the league. But the results / league position were very much papering over some colossal cracks / disconnects off the pitch, so his departure was not in any way surprising for me. If all the strife, both on field and off field, had carried on any longer, I have no doubt at all that this season would have gone downhill at an astonishing rate of knots. So while it is sad to see Beppe leave, him doing so is very much in the best interests of both himself and our beloved Watford FC, the latter of which is the single most important factor bar none, when all is said and done. COYH![/p][/quote]Yes I think 4 of the 5 teams we have played so far this season are in the bottom 8. The one that wasn't beat us 3-0 so discipline and togetherness will be vital for games against the top teams. Mickey Quinn, not so thin
  • Score: 6

1:13pm Mon 1 Sep 14

Mickey Quinn, not so thin says...

The BestTrip2011 wrote:
Beppe was never a long term solution for the Pozzos.
Nobody expected Zola to have such a poor run of results which, seemingly, he didn't know how to resolve and led to him throwing in the towel very quickly. Beppe was appointed quickly, as a stop gap, until the summer when the Pozzos could then take some time to determine who they wanted in. For whatever reason, it's taken until the season has got underway for the right person/people to become available.
Nobody can argue with our favourable start (results wise) to the current campaign, but Ill-discipline, senior player unrest and so much player rotation it makes people dizzy is not a formula for longevity and success.
Beppe, lovely guy and wish him well, but change is needed quickly.
"For whatever reason, it's taken until the season has got underway for the right person/people to become available."

Do you believe that ? Or is it more likely they took the marginal decision to leave him in place this season but now have chosen to replace him due to issues behind the scenes ? If it was always planned, a change during the summer would have made much more sense.
[quote][p][bold]The BestTrip2011[/bold] wrote: Beppe was never a long term solution for the Pozzos. Nobody expected Zola to have such a poor run of results which, seemingly, he didn't know how to resolve and led to him throwing in the towel very quickly. Beppe was appointed quickly, as a stop gap, until the summer when the Pozzos could then take some time to determine who they wanted in. For whatever reason, it's taken until the season has got underway for the right person/people to become available. Nobody can argue with our favourable start (results wise) to the current campaign, but Ill-discipline, senior player unrest and so much player rotation it makes people dizzy is not a formula for longevity and success. Beppe, lovely guy and wish him well, but change is needed quickly.[/p][/quote]"For whatever reason, it's taken until the season has got underway for the right person/people to become available." Do you believe that ? Or is it more likely they took the marginal decision to leave him in place this season but now have chosen to replace him due to issues behind the scenes ? If it was always planned, a change during the summer would have made much more sense. Mickey Quinn, not so thin
  • Score: 5

1:21pm Mon 1 Sep 14

tommy gunn says...

Interesting to read that top of the pile for win percentages was Bill McGarry . For those fans a bit long in the tooth who remember the former boss will recall he was a tough, no nonsense manager who created a bit of friction. He didn't last long either.
Interesting to read that top of the pile for win percentages was Bill McGarry . For those fans a bit long in the tooth who remember the former boss will recall he was a tough, no nonsense manager who created a bit of friction. He didn't last long either. tommy gunn
  • Score: 10

1:22pm Mon 1 Sep 14

The_Hornet says...

Who seconds David Moyes? Highly unlikely. But I'd like to see Tony Pulis, personally. The Garcia chap has a weak track record, and didn't do too great at Brighton, in all fairness.
Who seconds David Moyes? Highly unlikely. But I'd like to see Tony Pulis, personally. The Garcia chap has a weak track record, and didn't do too great at Brighton, in all fairness. The_Hornet
  • Score: -8

1:42pm Mon 1 Sep 14

MainStandShambles says...

tommy gunn wrote:
Interesting to read that top of the pile for win percentages was Bill McGarry . For those fans a bit long in the tooth who remember the former boss will recall he was a tough, no nonsense manager who created a bit of friction. He didn't last long either.
My thoughts of Bill McGarry exactly tommy gunn.

He ruffled a lot of feathers in the dressing room and was a hard task master on the training pitch aswell by all accounts so if it's a better 'win percentage' that we want then that's the type of manager we need.

Oh, hang on a minute.........too late!
[quote][p][bold]tommy gunn[/bold] wrote: Interesting to read that top of the pile for win percentages was Bill McGarry . For those fans a bit long in the tooth who remember the former boss will recall he was a tough, no nonsense manager who created a bit of friction. He didn't last long either.[/p][/quote]My thoughts of Bill McGarry exactly tommy gunn. He ruffled a lot of feathers in the dressing room and was a hard task master on the training pitch aswell by all accounts so if it's a better 'win percentage' that we want then that's the type of manager we need. Oh, hang on a minute.........too late! MainStandShambles
  • Score: 9

2:24pm Mon 1 Sep 14

Hopemole says...

The_Hornet wrote:
Who seconds David Moyes? Highly unlikely. But I'd like to see Tony Pulis, personally. The Garcia chap has a weak track record, and didn't do too great at Brighton, in all fairness.
Tony Pulis would be great if we had a different management system.He would exact discipline from this squad in the right way. Also very good at measuring the ability of a squad and getting it to play to its strengths. Well capable of taking us up and also maintaining us in the premier. However, he wouldn't be given the control he would ask for,sadly. I'd trust his judgement before Nan'is any day.
[quote][p][bold]The_Hornet[/bold] wrote: Who seconds David Moyes? Highly unlikely. But I'd like to see Tony Pulis, personally. The Garcia chap has a weak track record, and didn't do too great at Brighton, in all fairness.[/p][/quote]Tony Pulis would be great if we had a different management system.He would exact discipline from this squad in the right way. Also very good at measuring the ability of a squad and getting it to play to its strengths. Well capable of taking us up and also maintaining us in the premier. However, he wouldn't be given the control he would ask for,sadly. I'd trust his judgement before Nan'is any day. Hopemole
  • Score: 2

2:35pm Mon 1 Sep 14

Travelling Hornet says...

Whoever comes in let's hope he never plays Doyley.
Whoever comes in let's hope he never plays Doyley. Travelling Hornet
  • Score: -15

2:59pm Mon 1 Sep 14

Mickey Quinn, not so thin says...

Hopemole wrote:
The_Hornet wrote:
Who seconds David Moyes? Highly unlikely. But I'd like to see Tony Pulis, personally. The Garcia chap has a weak track record, and didn't do too great at Brighton, in all fairness.
Tony Pulis would be great if we had a different management system.He would exact discipline from this squad in the right way. Also very good at measuring the ability of a squad and getting it to play to its strengths. Well capable of taking us up and also maintaining us in the premier. However, he wouldn't be given the control he would ask for,sadly. I'd trust his judgement before Nan'is any day.
plus he wouldn't want to bother with all this playing it though midfield nonsense....
[quote][p][bold]Hopemole[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The_Hornet[/bold] wrote: Who seconds David Moyes? Highly unlikely. But I'd like to see Tony Pulis, personally. The Garcia chap has a weak track record, and didn't do too great at Brighton, in all fairness.[/p][/quote]Tony Pulis would be great if we had a different management system.He would exact discipline from this squad in the right way. Also very good at measuring the ability of a squad and getting it to play to its strengths. Well capable of taking us up and also maintaining us in the premier. However, he wouldn't be given the control he would ask for,sadly. I'd trust his judgement before Nan'is any day.[/p][/quote]plus he wouldn't want to bother with all this playing it though midfield nonsense.... Mickey Quinn, not so thin
  • Score: 1

3:16pm Mon 1 Sep 14

Hampshire hornet says...

Travelling Hornet wrote:
Whoever comes in let's hope he never plays Doyley.
LOLLLLLLL!!! brace yourself - the locals will hunt you down! I for one totally agree
[quote][p][bold]Travelling Hornet[/bold] wrote: Whoever comes in let's hope he never plays Doyley.[/p][/quote]LOLLLLLLL!!! brace yourself - the locals will hunt you down! I for one totally agree Hampshire hornet
  • Score: -7

3:17pm Mon 1 Sep 14

bristol hornet says...

MainStandShambles wrote:
tommy gunn wrote:
Interesting to read that top of the pile for win percentages was Bill McGarry . For those fans a bit long in the tooth who remember the former boss will recall he was a tough, no nonsense manager who created a bit of friction. He didn't last long either.
My thoughts of Bill McGarry exactly tommy gunn.

He ruffled a lot of feathers in the dressing room and was a hard task master on the training pitch aswell by all accounts so if it's a better 'win percentage' that we want then that's the type of manager we need.

Oh, hang on a minute.........too late!
He just missed out on promotion as well in his best season for us.

The best manager we have ever had not to get us a promo?

His management style was tough, but it was okay then back in the sixties and seventies.

With the exception of Alex Ferguson, it seems you cannot get away with it in todays's "softly-softly" approach to football and management!
[quote][p][bold]MainStandShambles[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tommy gunn[/bold] wrote: Interesting to read that top of the pile for win percentages was Bill McGarry . For those fans a bit long in the tooth who remember the former boss will recall he was a tough, no nonsense manager who created a bit of friction. He didn't last long either.[/p][/quote]My thoughts of Bill McGarry exactly tommy gunn. He ruffled a lot of feathers in the dressing room and was a hard task master on the training pitch aswell by all accounts so if it's a better 'win percentage' that we want then that's the type of manager we need. Oh, hang on a minute.........too late![/p][/quote]He just missed out on promotion as well in his best season for us. The best manager we have ever had not to get us a promo? His management style was tough, but it was okay then back in the sixties and seventies. With the exception of Alex Ferguson, it seems you cannot get away with it in todays's "softly-softly" approach to football and management! bristol hornet
  • Score: 5

3:20pm Mon 1 Sep 14

matey_from_brighton says...

Hopemole wrote:
The_Hornet wrote:
Who seconds David Moyes? Highly unlikely. But I'd like to see Tony Pulis, personally. The Garcia chap has a weak track record, and didn't do too great at Brighton, in all fairness.
Tony Pulis would be great if we had a different management system.He would exact discipline from this squad in the right way. Also very good at measuring the ability of a squad and getting it to play to its strengths. Well capable of taking us up and also maintaining us in the premier. However, he wouldn't be given the control he would ask for,sadly. I'd trust his judgement before Nan'is any day.
Dull, functional football but if you are one of the many that judge only by the last result then great Pulis may be the man (even Stoke fans got hacked off with it in the end), personally with all the talent we have i see no reason why we cannot beat teams by playing to our strengths which will be skillful attacking play.

In any case it would be a hard ask for Pulis to mould this current squad into one to his liking and with no control over signings it is pretty much a non-starter.
[quote][p][bold]Hopemole[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The_Hornet[/bold] wrote: Who seconds David Moyes? Highly unlikely. But I'd like to see Tony Pulis, personally. The Garcia chap has a weak track record, and didn't do too great at Brighton, in all fairness.[/p][/quote]Tony Pulis would be great if we had a different management system.He would exact discipline from this squad in the right way. Also very good at measuring the ability of a squad and getting it to play to its strengths. Well capable of taking us up and also maintaining us in the premier. However, he wouldn't be given the control he would ask for,sadly. I'd trust his judgement before Nan'is any day.[/p][/quote]Dull, functional football but if you are one of the many that judge only by the last result then great Pulis may be the man (even Stoke fans got hacked off with it in the end), personally with all the talent we have i see no reason why we cannot beat teams by playing to our strengths which will be skillful attacking play. In any case it would be a hard ask for Pulis to mould this current squad into one to his liking and with no control over signings it is pretty much a non-starter. matey_from_brighton
  • Score: 3

10:45pm Mon 1 Sep 14

lutondown says...

Travelling Hornet wrote:
Whoever comes in let's hope he never plays Doyley.
The tool shed want eleven Doyleys, coached by Boothroyd and chaired by Bas. Worst of all they want to lynch Frank Smith, burn the Watford Observer in a book burning style frenzy and hang the cleaning lady who refused Bassini the keys to the safe.
Oh they'd like Jordan Stewart on the bench.
They are all liberal democrats and live In Chorleywood
Horrid lot
[quote][p][bold]Travelling Hornet[/bold] wrote: Whoever comes in let's hope he never plays Doyley.[/p][/quote]The tool shed want eleven Doyleys, coached by Boothroyd and chaired by Bas. Worst of all they want to lynch Frank Smith, burn the Watford Observer in a book burning style frenzy and hang the cleaning lady who refused Bassini the keys to the safe. Oh they'd like Jordan Stewart on the bench. They are all liberal democrats and live In Chorleywood Horrid lot lutondown
  • Score: -3

10:48pm Mon 1 Sep 14

Hampshire hornet says...

lutondown wrote:
Travelling Hornet wrote:
Whoever comes in let's hope he never plays Doyley.
The tool shed want eleven Doyleys, coached by Boothroyd and chaired by Bas. Worst of all they want to lynch Frank Smith, burn the Watford Observer in a book burning style frenzy and hang the cleaning lady who refused Bassini the keys to the safe.
Oh they'd like Jordan Stewart on the bench.
They are all liberal democrats and live In Chorleywood
Horrid lot
And sit in the upper Rous generally.... Sorry GT stand
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Travelling Hornet[/bold] wrote: Whoever comes in let's hope he never plays Doyley.[/p][/quote]The tool shed want eleven Doyleys, coached by Boothroyd and chaired by Bas. Worst of all they want to lynch Frank Smith, burn the Watford Observer in a book burning style frenzy and hang the cleaning lady who refused Bassini the keys to the safe. Oh they'd like Jordan Stewart on the bench. They are all liberal democrats and live In Chorleywood Horrid lot[/p][/quote]And sit in the upper Rous generally.... Sorry GT stand Hampshire hornet
  • Score: -2

11:11pm Mon 1 Sep 14

lutondown says...

Hampshire hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Travelling Hornet wrote:
Whoever comes in let's hope he never plays Doyley.
The tool shed want eleven Doyleys, coached by Boothroyd and chaired by Bas. Worst of all they want to lynch Frank Smith, burn the Watford Observer in a book burning style frenzy and hang the cleaning lady who refused Bassini the keys to the safe.
Oh they'd like Jordan Stewart on the bench.
They are all liberal democrats and live In Chorleywood
Horrid lot
And sit in the upper Rous generally.... Sorry GT stand
G and T stand
I can sit there with Bristols
[quote][p][bold]Hampshire hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Travelling Hornet[/bold] wrote: Whoever comes in let's hope he never plays Doyley.[/p][/quote]The tool shed want eleven Doyleys, coached by Boothroyd and chaired by Bas. Worst of all they want to lynch Frank Smith, burn the Watford Observer in a book burning style frenzy and hang the cleaning lady who refused Bassini the keys to the safe. Oh they'd like Jordan Stewart on the bench. They are all liberal democrats and live In Chorleywood Horrid lot[/p][/quote]And sit in the upper Rous generally.... Sorry GT stand[/p][/quote]G and T stand I can sit there with Bristols lutondown
  • Score: 1

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