Watford midfielder Keith Andrews says new head coach Oscar Garcia and predecessor Beppe Sannino are 'polar opposites'

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Watford midfielder Keith Andrews believes new head coach Oscar Garcia and his predecessor, Beppe Sannino, are "polar opposites" and believes the Spaniard is a "very good appointment".

The Republic of Ireland international spent last season playing under Garcia at Brighton and Hove Albion and believes he and Sannino are completely different.

Speaking to Sky Sports News, Andrews said: "They're polar opposites really. The old manager was a bit of an old-school-type figure; he had old-school values, a hard work-ethic and set his teams up to be hard to beat.

"I think with the new manager coming in, he's obviously got that little bit of Barcelona flair, which is what made him an attractive option to Brighton in the first place. It's a good squad; it's a good opportunity and I felt that anybody getting the job was getting a real good opportunity for genuine promotion.

"I think the squad on paper is a fantastic squad and realistically we need to be challenging at the top of the table," added Andrews.

Andrews was brought to the AmEx Stadium on loan from Bolton Wanderers by Garcia last season and is confident the former Barcelona youth coach will be a good appointment for the Hornets.

"Certainly from my experience, it's a good appointment," said Andrews. "He plied his trade at Barcelona's academy and then took the brave step - I would say - to go and manage in Israel at Tel Aviv. He has a year's experience at Championship level under his belt with Brighton last year and led us to the play-offs, so for me it seems a very good appointment."

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12:03pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Hornet Cornet says...

Just in case anyone missed it....

Ode to Oscar

He came here from sunny Spain,
He went to Brighton, it was a drain,
He left the club full of pain,
Then he found Watford and he was chirpy again.

Oscar is named after the film award,
His mum is Spanish but she got bored,
She said ‘go and manage a decent club’
Along came Oscar with his tapas grub.

Now here he is at Vicarage tower,
Beppe’s gone, he was sunk by player power,
Oscar will seek to unite the dream,
He’ll aim to get us our Premiership dream.

The time has come for me to go,
I am eating chocolate, my belly will grow,
For I don’t care if I am a porker,
Ilove bas is Bristolhairnet’s stalker.

Always a pleasure
HC
Just in case anyone missed it.... Ode to Oscar He came here from sunny Spain, He went to Brighton, it was a drain, He left the club full of pain, Then he found Watford and he was chirpy again. Oscar is named after the film award, His mum is Spanish but she got bored, She said ‘go and manage a decent club’ Along came Oscar with his tapas grub. Now here he is at Vicarage tower, Beppe’s gone, he was sunk by player power, Oscar will seek to unite the dream, He’ll aim to get us our Premiership dream. The time has come for me to go, I am eating chocolate, my belly will grow, For I don’t care if I am a porker, Ilove bas is Bristolhairnet’s stalker. Always a pleasure HC Hornet Cornet
  • Score: -78

12:03pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Uncle_Albert says...

Keith is the ideal position to comment and it is interesting what he says.

Hopefully the players will have greater respect for Oscar than they had under Beppe.

I remember a player (was it Frank Lampard?) saying that when a new manager addresses his squad for the first time, the first thing that enters a players head is "show us your medals".

Barcelona
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: 1996–97
UEFA Super Cup: 1992, 1997
La Liga: 1992–93, 1993–94, 1997–98, 1998–99
Copa del Rey: 1996–97, 1997–98
Supercopa de España: 1992, 1996

Valencia
Supercopa de España: 1999

Is not a bad place to start!

Good luck Oscar!
Keith is the ideal position to comment and it is interesting what he says. Hopefully the players will have greater respect for Oscar than they had under Beppe. I remember a player (was it Frank Lampard?) saying that when a new manager addresses his squad for the first time, the first thing that enters a players head is "show us your medals". Barcelona UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: 1996–97 UEFA Super Cup: 1992, 1997 La Liga: 1992–93, 1993–94, 1997–98, 1998–99 Copa del Rey: 1996–97, 1997–98 Supercopa de España: 1992, 1996 Valencia Supercopa de España: 1999 Is not a bad place to start! Good luck Oscar! Uncle_Albert
  • Score: 53

12:26pm Tue 2 Sep 14

exeterhornet says...

I do hope this doesn't mean Andrews is a starter every week, if everyone else Is fit. Good to have on the bench though.
I do hope this doesn't mean Andrews is a starter every week, if everyone else Is fit. Good to have on the bench though. exeterhornet
  • Score: -31

12:27pm Tue 2 Sep 14

santa-says says...

How good is his English.............
.with so few in the team these days, would be good if he he's competent with our lingo?
How good is his English............. .with so few in the team these days, would be good if he he's competent with our lingo? santa-says
  • Score: -16

12:48pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Dutch Hornet says...

santa-says wrote:
How good is his English.............

.with so few in the team these days, would be good if he he's competent with our lingo?
Perfect. The following youtube vid is an interview ge gave whilst at Brighton: https://m.youtube.co
m/watch?v=SH1ZgiVI4S
w
[quote][p][bold]santa-says[/bold] wrote: How good is his English............. .with so few in the team these days, would be good if he he's competent with our lingo?[/p][/quote]Perfect. The following youtube vid is an interview ge gave whilst at Brighton: https://m.youtube.co m/watch?v=SH1ZgiVI4S w Dutch Hornet
  • Score: 8

12:57pm Tue 2 Sep 14

jsjf1979 says...

Uncle_Albert wrote:
Keith is the ideal position to comment and it is interesting what he says.

Hopefully the players will have greater respect for Oscar than they had under Beppe.

I remember a player (was it Frank Lampard?) saying that when a new manager addresses his squad for the first time, the first thing that enters a players head is "show us your medals".

Barcelona
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: 1996–97
UEFA Super Cup: 1992, 1997
La Liga: 1992–93, 1993–94, 1997–98, 1998–99
Copa del Rey: 1996–97, 1997–98
Supercopa de España: 1992, 1996

Valencia
Supercopa de España: 1999

Is not a bad place to start!

Good luck Oscar!
I doubt that is the first thing that enters any players from the Championship or below who mostly have won NOTHING!
[quote][p][bold]Uncle_Albert[/bold] wrote: Keith is the ideal position to comment and it is interesting what he says. Hopefully the players will have greater respect for Oscar than they had under Beppe. I remember a player (was it Frank Lampard?) saying that when a new manager addresses his squad for the first time, the first thing that enters a players head is "show us your medals". Barcelona UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: 1996–97 UEFA Super Cup: 1992, 1997 La Liga: 1992–93, 1993–94, 1997–98, 1998–99 Copa del Rey: 1996–97, 1997–98 Supercopa de España: 1992, 1996 Valencia Supercopa de España: 1999 Is not a bad place to start! Good luck Oscar![/p][/quote]I doubt that is the first thing that enters any players from the Championship or below who mostly have won NOTHING! jsjf1979
  • Score: 5

1:13pm Tue 2 Sep 14

T.O says...

jsjf1979 wrote:
Uncle_Albert wrote:
Keith is the ideal position to comment and it is interesting what he says.

Hopefully the players will have greater respect for Oscar than they had under Beppe.

I remember a player (was it Frank Lampard?) saying that when a new manager addresses his squad for the first time, the first thing that enters a players head is "show us your medals".

Barcelona
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: 1996–97
UEFA Super Cup: 1992, 1997
La Liga: 1992–93, 1993–94, 1997–98, 1998–99
Copa del Rey: 1996–97, 1997–98
Supercopa de España: 1992, 1996

Valencia
Supercopa de España: 1999

Is not a bad place to start!

Good luck Oscar!
I doubt that is the first thing that enters any players from the Championship or below who mostly have won NOTHING!
Boothroyd got promotion with no medals to show his squad .
[quote][p][bold]jsjf1979[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Uncle_Albert[/bold] wrote: Keith is the ideal position to comment and it is interesting what he says. Hopefully the players will have greater respect for Oscar than they had under Beppe. I remember a player (was it Frank Lampard?) saying that when a new manager addresses his squad for the first time, the first thing that enters a players head is "show us your medals". Barcelona UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: 1996–97 UEFA Super Cup: 1992, 1997 La Liga: 1992–93, 1993–94, 1997–98, 1998–99 Copa del Rey: 1996–97, 1997–98 Supercopa de España: 1992, 1996 Valencia Supercopa de España: 1999 Is not a bad place to start! Good luck Oscar![/p][/quote]I doubt that is the first thing that enters any players from the Championship or below who mostly have won NOTHING![/p][/quote]Boothroyd got promotion with no medals to show his squad . T.O
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1:16pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Hornet Cornet says...

Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.
Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry. Hornet Cornet
  • Score: 66

1:27pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Mickey Quinn, not so thin says...

Hornet Cornet wrote:
Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.
Forget Sannino, forget Garcia, this truly is the best news of the week
[quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.[/p][/quote]Forget Sannino, forget Garcia, this truly is the best news of the week Mickey Quinn, not so thin
  • Score: 46

1:33pm Tue 2 Sep 14

bristol hornet says...

exeterhornet wrote:
I do hope this doesn't mean Andrews is a starter every week, if everyone else Is fit. Good to have on the bench though.
I think the complete opposite!

Made a big difference when he came on last Saturday, scored a great goal, and helped control the midfield when the tide was against us with just ten men!

Also a good leader and spokesman, and an ideal candidate for captain when Deeney is not available.
[quote][p][bold]exeterhornet[/bold] wrote: I do hope this doesn't mean Andrews is a starter every week, if everyone else Is fit. Good to have on the bench though.[/p][/quote]I think the complete opposite! Made a big difference when he came on last Saturday, scored a great goal, and helped control the midfield when the tide was against us with just ten men! Also a good leader and spokesman, and an ideal candidate for captain when Deeney is not available. bristol hornet
  • Score: 41

1:55pm Tue 2 Sep 14

gloryhornet4 says...

Uncle_Albert wrote:
Keith is the ideal position to comment and it is interesting what he says.

Hopefully the players will have greater respect for Oscar than they had under Beppe.

I remember a player (was it Frank Lampard?) saying that when a new manager addresses his squad for the first time, the first thing that enters a players head is "show us your medals".

Barcelona
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: 1996–97
UEFA Super Cup: 1992, 1997
La Liga: 1992–93, 1993–94, 1997–98, 1998–99
Copa del Rey: 1996–97, 1997–98
Supercopa de España: 1992, 1996

Valencia
Supercopa de España: 1999

Is not a bad place to start!

Good luck Oscar!
Show us your medals - that would have peed off his old Chelsea boss who didn't play pro football.

It peed me off when said to Graham Taylor who was the youngest person in the World with a coaching badge and took we know who through all the divisions and 3 promotion campaigns to the top flight.

It would pee off Brenda Rogers who had to retire at 21.

Bassett & McMenemy didn't play league football either.

Our World Cup winning captain Bobby Moore was never fancied as a manager and was looked over as Mike Keen's replacement by a certain Grimsby and Lincoln full back from Worksop.

I am pleased the guy has a host of medals but it is his management skills we want. Why we well and truly b4llsed up with Viali.
[quote][p][bold]Uncle_Albert[/bold] wrote: Keith is the ideal position to comment and it is interesting what he says. Hopefully the players will have greater respect for Oscar than they had under Beppe. I remember a player (was it Frank Lampard?) saying that when a new manager addresses his squad for the first time, the first thing that enters a players head is "show us your medals". Barcelona UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: 1996–97 UEFA Super Cup: 1992, 1997 La Liga: 1992–93, 1993–94, 1997–98, 1998–99 Copa del Rey: 1996–97, 1997–98 Supercopa de España: 1992, 1996 Valencia Supercopa de España: 1999 Is not a bad place to start! Good luck Oscar![/p][/quote]Show us your medals - that would have peed off his old Chelsea boss who didn't play pro football. It peed me off when said to Graham Taylor who was the youngest person in the World with a coaching badge and took we know who through all the divisions and 3 promotion campaigns to the top flight. It would pee off Brenda Rogers who had to retire at 21. Bassett & McMenemy didn't play league football either. Our World Cup winning captain Bobby Moore was never fancied as a manager and was looked over as Mike Keen's replacement by a certain Grimsby and Lincoln full back from Worksop. I am pleased the guy has a host of medals but it is his management skills we want. Why we well and truly b4llsed up with Viali. gloryhornet4
  • Score: 28

2:30pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Bush Hornet says...

Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
Hornet Cornet wrote:
Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.
Forget Sannino, forget Garcia, this truly is the best news of the week
Aw. Lack of respect to the resident poet. They're not all great poems, but the Cornet Laureate is an institution. Much prefer your poems HC to those dark days of anti-Zola ranting. Anyway on an important note: I have a good feeling about Oscar. Footballing pedigree for a quality squad.
[quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.[/p][/quote]Forget Sannino, forget Garcia, this truly is the best news of the week[/p][/quote]Aw. Lack of respect to the resident poet. They're not all great poems, but the Cornet Laureate is an institution. Much prefer your poems HC to those dark days of anti-Zola ranting. Anyway on an important note: I have a good feeling about Oscar. Footballing pedigree for a quality squad. Bush Hornet
  • Score: 9

2:41pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Hornet Cornet says...

Bush Hornet wrote:
Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
Hornet Cornet wrote:
Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.
Forget Sannino, forget Garcia, this truly is the best news of the week
Aw. Lack of respect to the resident poet. They're not all great poems, but the Cornet Laureate is an institution. Much prefer your poems HC to those dark days of anti-Zola ranting. Anyway on an important note: I have a good feeling about Oscar. Footballing pedigree for a quality squad.
Why thank you Bush Hornet. My poetry is a bit hit & miss but then again, not all of Vydra's goals have been classics but they all count eh ;-)

As for Oscar, and even though I am still gutted that Beppe's gone, I think Oscar will do well. He just needs to keep working on the defence as the rest of the team is playing very well. Oh and the discipline side too, that needs sorting.

HC
[quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.[/p][/quote]Forget Sannino, forget Garcia, this truly is the best news of the week[/p][/quote]Aw. Lack of respect to the resident poet. They're not all great poems, but the Cornet Laureate is an institution. Much prefer your poems HC to those dark days of anti-Zola ranting. Anyway on an important note: I have a good feeling about Oscar. Footballing pedigree for a quality squad.[/p][/quote]Why thank you Bush Hornet. My poetry is a bit hit & miss but then again, not all of Vydra's goals have been classics but they all count eh ;-) As for Oscar, and even though I am still gutted that Beppe's gone, I think Oscar will do well. He just needs to keep working on the defence as the rest of the team is playing very well. Oh and the discipline side too, that needs sorting. HC Hornet Cornet
  • Score: 4

3:18pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Hornet Cornet says...

Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
Hornet Cornet wrote:
Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.
Forget Sannino, forget Garcia, this truly is the best news of the week
I have now reached -39 for my superlative ode. If I reach -40, the poetry restarts ! You have been warned.

HC
[quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.[/p][/quote]Forget Sannino, forget Garcia, this truly is the best news of the week[/p][/quote]I have now reached -39 for my superlative ode. If I reach -40, the poetry restarts ! You have been warned. HC Hornet Cornet
  • Score: -5

3:27pm Tue 2 Sep 14

poole-horn says...

Hornet Cornet wrote:
Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
Hornet Cornet wrote:
Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.
Forget Sannino, forget Garcia, this truly is the best news of the week
I have now reached -39 for my superlative ode. If I reach -40, the poetry restarts ! You have been warned.

HC
Got it there for you. That was actually one of your better ones !
[quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.[/p][/quote]Forget Sannino, forget Garcia, this truly is the best news of the week[/p][/quote]I have now reached -39 for my superlative ode. If I reach -40, the poetry restarts ! You have been warned. HC[/p][/quote]Got it there for you. That was actually one of your better ones ! poole-horn
  • Score: 2

3:39pm Tue 2 Sep 14

South LDN orn says...

gloryhornet4 wrote:
Uncle_Albert wrote:
Keith is the ideal position to comment and it is interesting what he says.

Hopefully the players will have greater respect for Oscar than they had under Beppe.

I remember a player (was it Frank Lampard?) saying that when a new manager addresses his squad for the first time, the first thing that enters a players head is "show us your medals".

Barcelona
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: 1996–97
UEFA Super Cup: 1992, 1997
La Liga: 1992–93, 1993–94, 1997–98, 1998–99
Copa del Rey: 1996–97, 1997–98
Supercopa de España: 1992, 1996

Valencia
Supercopa de España: 1999

Is not a bad place to start!

Good luck Oscar!
Show us your medals - that would have peed off his old Chelsea boss who didn't play pro football.

It peed me off when said to Graham Taylor who was the youngest person in the World with a coaching badge and took we know who through all the divisions and 3 promotion campaigns to the top flight.

It would pee off Brenda Rogers who had to retire at 21.

Bassett & McMenemy didn't play league football either.

Our World Cup winning captain Bobby Moore was never fancied as a manager and was looked over as Mike Keen's replacement by a certain Grimsby and Lincoln full back from Worksop.

I am pleased the guy has a host of medals but it is his management skills we want. Why we well and truly b4llsed up with Viali.
Fair point, although he has won a league title as manager in Israel, so has something under his belt. Think he'll be a good appointment. Good luck Oscar.
[quote][p][bold]gloryhornet4[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Uncle_Albert[/bold] wrote: Keith is the ideal position to comment and it is interesting what he says. Hopefully the players will have greater respect for Oscar than they had under Beppe. I remember a player (was it Frank Lampard?) saying that when a new manager addresses his squad for the first time, the first thing that enters a players head is "show us your medals". Barcelona UEFA Cup Winners' Cup: 1996–97 UEFA Super Cup: 1992, 1997 La Liga: 1992–93, 1993–94, 1997–98, 1998–99 Copa del Rey: 1996–97, 1997–98 Supercopa de España: 1992, 1996 Valencia Supercopa de España: 1999 Is not a bad place to start! Good luck Oscar![/p][/quote]Show us your medals - that would have peed off his old Chelsea boss who didn't play pro football. It peed me off when said to Graham Taylor who was the youngest person in the World with a coaching badge and took we know who through all the divisions and 3 promotion campaigns to the top flight. It would pee off Brenda Rogers who had to retire at 21. Bassett & McMenemy didn't play league football either. Our World Cup winning captain Bobby Moore was never fancied as a manager and was looked over as Mike Keen's replacement by a certain Grimsby and Lincoln full back from Worksop. I am pleased the guy has a host of medals but it is his management skills we want. Why we well and truly b4llsed up with Viali.[/p][/quote]Fair point, although he has won a league title as manager in Israel, so has something under his belt. Think he'll be a good appointment. Good luck Oscar. South LDN orn
  • Score: 9

4:07pm Tue 2 Sep 14

neilhorn says...

Hornet Cornet wrote:
Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.
A wise move mate. You see, the thing with your poetry is, how can I put it,

IT'S RUBBISH
[quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.[/p][/quote]A wise move mate. You see, the thing with your poetry is, how can I put it, IT'S RUBBISH neilhorn
  • Score: -1

5:19pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Hornet Cornet says...

poole-horn wrote:
Hornet Cornet wrote:
Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
Hornet Cornet wrote:
Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.
Forget Sannino, forget Garcia, this truly is the best news of the week
I have now reached -39 for my superlative ode. If I reach -40, the poetry restarts ! You have been warned.

HC
Got it there for you. That was actually one of your better ones !
Ta matey. I am now -50. I didn't realise you all adored my poetry so much. I must write more
[quote][p][bold]poole-horn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.[/p][/quote]Forget Sannino, forget Garcia, this truly is the best news of the week[/p][/quote]I have now reached -39 for my superlative ode. If I reach -40, the poetry restarts ! You have been warned. HC[/p][/quote]Got it there for you. That was actually one of your better ones ![/p][/quote]Ta matey. I am now -50. I didn't realise you all adored my poetry so much. I must write more Hornet Cornet
  • Score: 3

5:29pm Tue 2 Sep 14

Hornet Cornet says...

neilhorn wrote:
Hornet Cornet wrote:
Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.
A wise move mate. You see, the thing with your poetry is, how can I put it,

IT'S RUBBISH
X factor is rubbish but people love it
[quote][p][bold]neilhorn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.[/p][/quote]A wise move mate. You see, the thing with your poetry is, how can I put it, IT'S RUBBISH[/p][/quote]X factor is rubbish but people love it Hornet Cornet
  • Score: 6

8:16pm Tue 2 Sep 14

exeterhornet says...

Bristol, the key words from my statement are 'every week'. There are times , particularly away from home when playing certain teams, his style of play will be preferable to others. But most weeks I would prefer starting with more 'flair'.
As you say, he came on and did a good job as a replacement in special circumstances (down to 10 men) but with a full 11 I would prefer, most weeks, to start with Munari if the choice was him or Andrews. Just a thought
Bristol, the key words from my statement are 'every week'. There are times , particularly away from home when playing certain teams, his style of play will be preferable to others. But most weeks I would prefer starting with more 'flair'. As you say, he came on and did a good job as a replacement in special circumstances (down to 10 men) but with a full 11 I would prefer, most weeks, to start with Munari if the choice was him or Andrews. Just a thought exeterhornet
  • Score: 4

8:47am Wed 3 Sep 14

Glenn Roeder says...

bristol hornet wrote:
exeterhornet wrote:
I do hope this doesn't mean Andrews is a starter every week, if everyone else Is fit. Good to have on the bench though.
I think the complete opposite!

Made a big difference when he came on last Saturday, scored a great goal, and helped control the midfield when the tide was against us with just ten men!

Also a good leader and spokesman, and an ideal candidate for captain when Deeney is not available.
Thought he came over very well on Sky Sports News.
[quote][p][bold]bristol hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]exeterhornet[/bold] wrote: I do hope this doesn't mean Andrews is a starter every week, if everyone else Is fit. Good to have on the bench though.[/p][/quote]I think the complete opposite! Made a big difference when he came on last Saturday, scored a great goal, and helped control the midfield when the tide was against us with just ten men! Also a good leader and spokesman, and an ideal candidate for captain when Deeney is not available.[/p][/quote]Thought he came over very well on Sky Sports News. Glenn Roeder
  • Score: 1

9:01am Wed 3 Sep 14

corbindallas says...

Hornet Cornet wrote:
Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.
You sir are Watfords equivalent of Astrix and Oblix's, Cacofonix character!
[quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.[/p][/quote]You sir are Watfords equivalent of Astrix and Oblix's, Cacofonix character! corbindallas
  • Score: 0

12:30pm Wed 3 Sep 14

Hornet Cornet says...

corbindallas wrote:
Hornet Cornet wrote:
Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.
You sir are Watfords equivalent of Astrix and Oblix's, Cacofonix character!
thank you - who's that then?
[quote][p][bold]corbindallas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: Due to the astounding success of my last poem (-20 and decreasing) I am pleased to announce that I shall halt al poetry.[/p][/quote]You sir are Watfords equivalent of Astrix and Oblix's, Cacofonix character![/p][/quote]thank you - who's that then? Hornet Cornet
  • Score: 0

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