Oscar Garcia says he wouldn't have joined Watford if his future was dependent on the club finishing in the top six in the Championship

Picture: Holly Cant

Picture: Holly Cant

First published in Sport Watford Observer: Photograph of the Author by , Deputy Group Sports Editor

Finishing in the top six is Oscar Garcia’s target this season but Watford’s new head coach insists he wouldn’t have joined the club if failure to reach the play-offs would cost him his job.

The Spaniard was hired as the Hornets’ new boss on Tuesday, on a one-year contract, after Beppe Sannino resigned on Sunday.

The 41-year-old, whose full name is Oscar García Junyent, but doesn’t often use his surname, guided Brighton & Hove Albion into the Championship play-offs last season before resigning in the summer. It is believed to be because of disagreements with the owner.

The previous year he had guided Israeli side Maccabi Tel Aviv to their first league title in a decade after spending a couple of seasons coaching at his boyhood club Barcelona, where he achieved success as a player.

Watford’s owners, the Pozzo family, are aiming for automatic promotion this season and have assembled one of the strongest squads in the division.

Oscar mentioned a top six finish being the target and was asked whether the owners had stated that was a must for the 2014/15 campaign.

“No, if he (Gino Pozzo) had told me this, I would not be here,” Oscar replied. “The word ‘must’ is strong. I think all the owners, or maybe 20 owners of Championship clubs, are thinking the same.

“As I’ve said before, we have strength in depth and competition for places. Not all the clubs have this squad but you know this is a tough league.

“Watford used to finish mid-table. Two seasons ago they finished third but the other seasons in the Championship they were in mid-table. Obviously I want to take this club as far as I can, that is my mentality. I will give everything to do this.”

We understand the main reason why Sannino decided to resign was because of disagreements with the club about the Italian’s management style and training methods.

Oscar resigned from his position at Maccabi Tel Aviv, where he returned in the summer, last Tuesday (26th) but claims he did not start speaking to Watford until after Sannino departed. We understand he had held talks with the club whilst Sannino was in the job.

The Hornets had been looking for a new head coach for several weeks and at the weekend had whittled it down to three candidates. We understand former Burnley and Bolton Wanderers boss Owen Coyle was one of the final trio.

Ex-Newcastle United and Norwich City boss Chris Hughton was close to landing the job a couple of weeks ago and former Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo was considered.

Garcia flew to England on Tuesday and met senior staff that afternoon before being introduced to the squad for the first time on Wednesday. He then took the Golden Boys for their behind-closed-doors friendly with Hemel Hempstead yesterday (Thursday), hours before he addressed the media for the first time as Watford’s head coach.

Oscar said: “I like when I speak to an owner and it is clear to me, face to face, what they want. He has a philosophy and he wants to win all the games.

“If you have a way of doing things then if you win or lose, in two or three seasons you will achieve want you want and get what you expect. That can happen if you have a clear philosophy.” He continued: “The owner knows it is not good to make a change in management in the season but this kind of thing can happen. The last manager took the decision to leave and the club needs to move forward.

“The owner expects us to play good football and take advantage of the players we have. Like me, he wants to achieve a place in the top six.”

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7:08am Fri 5 Sep 14

Hampshire hornet says...

Under commit.. Over deliver, like your style
Under commit.. Over deliver, like your style Hampshire hornet
  • Score: 20

8:26am Fri 5 Sep 14

mickallen57 says...

Take advantage of the players we have play good football. I am liking this a lot COYH
Take advantage of the players we have play good football. I am liking this a lot COYH mickallen57
  • Score: 20

8:40am Fri 5 Sep 14

SAHornet says...

I feel as if we might be in a safer pair of hands with Oscar in terms of technical savvy (substitutions etc) and still might see some exciting football once he has gotten the feel of the club, players etc. Hope I'm right. Can't wait for the next game now.......and the new stand set to be partially opened within the next few weeks - what a time to be a Watford fan. Genuinely excited.
I feel as if we might be in a safer pair of hands with Oscar in terms of technical savvy (substitutions etc) and still might see some exciting football once he has gotten the feel of the club, players etc. Hope I'm right. Can't wait for the next game now.......and the new stand set to be partially opened within the next few weeks - what a time to be a Watford fan. Genuinely excited. SAHornet
  • Score: 40

8:53am Fri 5 Sep 14

Harry's Bar says...

Should have dodged the question as to when he started speaking to Watford, Be careful Oscar, the Watford Observer clearly has a very good contact inside the club.
Should have dodged the question as to when he started speaking to Watford, Be careful Oscar, the Watford Observer clearly has a very good contact inside the club. Harry's Bar
  • Score: -1

9:05am Fri 5 Sep 14

corey_wfc says...

I think Garcia is the man who will take us up.
He says that his job is safe even if we fail to make the play-offs, but he's only on a one year contract... As Hampshire Hornet says, I think this is just a case of playing it down in the media. Behind closed doors I reckon both Garcia & Mr Pozzo are in agreement as to the real target: top 2.
I think Garcia is the man who will take us up. He says that his job is safe even if we fail to make the play-offs, but he's only on a one year contract... As Hampshire Hornet says, I think this is just a case of playing it down in the media. Behind closed doors I reckon both Garcia & Mr Pozzo are in agreement as to the real target: top 2. corey_wfc
  • Score: 15

9:08am Fri 5 Sep 14

hongkongyellow says...

with this player oscar we can have glory
with this player oscar we can have glory hongkongyellow
  • Score: 0

9:11am Fri 5 Sep 14

Hampshire hornet says...

hongkongyellow wrote:
with this player oscar we can have glory
Liking your posts, i guess you are a twitter fan , we like humour on here, just dont have an opinion
[quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: with this player oscar we can have glory[/p][/quote]Liking your posts, i guess you are a twitter fan , we like humour on here, just dont have an opinion Hampshire hornet
  • Score: -2

9:15am Fri 5 Sep 14

Hornofplenty says...

Has he stayed anywhere long enough for his 2-3 seasons of achieving what you want???
Has he stayed anywhere long enough for his 2-3 seasons of achieving what you want??? Hornofplenty
  • Score: 0

9:23am Fri 5 Sep 14

Wembley84 says...

Sounds like we got lucky...I wouldn't have liked to see Owen Coyle in charge.....
Sounds like we got lucky...I wouldn't have liked to see Owen Coyle in charge..... Wembley84
  • Score: 34

9:34am Fri 5 Sep 14

WFCinexile says...

Sounds like he is more likely to embrace the methods that the owners like to apply at our sister clubs in terms of pooling data, working as a larger project and generally adopting a more modern and scientific approach.

I think the team haven't got close to their full potential yet, if OG can get the best from them, we will be truly unstoppable.
Sounds like he is more likely to embrace the methods that the owners like to apply at our sister clubs in terms of pooling data, working as a larger project and generally adopting a more modern and scientific approach. I think the team haven't got close to their full potential yet, if OG can get the best from them, we will be truly unstoppable. WFCinexile
  • Score: 21

9:48am Fri 5 Sep 14

SAHornet says...

Wembley84 wrote:
Sounds like we got lucky...I wouldn't have liked to see Owen Coyle in charge.....
Nor me but R di M ? Hmmmmmmm, there's another story.
[quote][p][bold]Wembley84[/bold] wrote: Sounds like we got lucky...I wouldn't have liked to see Owen Coyle in charge.....[/p][/quote]Nor me but R di M ? Hmmmmmmm, there's another story. SAHornet
  • Score: 8

9:55am Fri 5 Sep 14

cliff46 says...

Doesn't say if it's a one year contract with an option for more? Supposedly planning for two or three years when you have just a one year contract seems a bit unlikely.
I imagine people like Coyle,, Hughton and Di Matteo would have wanted longer that one year.
Anyway I wish him well.
Doesn't say if it's a one year contract with an option for more? Supposedly planning for two or three years when you have just a one year contract seems a bit unlikely. I imagine people like Coyle,, Hughton and Di Matteo would have wanted longer that one year. Anyway I wish him well. cliff46
  • Score: 7

10:37am Fri 5 Sep 14

StewartScullion says...

Wembley84 wrote:
Sounds like we got lucky...I wouldn't have liked to see Owen Coyle in charge.....
Agreed.Many will fail at Bolton though.I can understand why Chris Hughton
Was close to being appointed however I believe Oscar is a better choice due
To his time at Barca and success at Maccabi.The Brighton job
May have been a blip or it's simply the fact that the squad was not good
Enough.He still qualified for the play offs.It can take time to settle
At a new club however the players will welcome the change from
"stick" to "carrot"
Oscar seems very keen to change this image he apparently
Had at Brighton
Any negative comments on this site by Brighton fans suggests
"sour grapes" on their part due to an indifferent start
Here is hoping Oscar simply plays his best side as it keeps everyone
On their toes and we have ready made replacements when injuries
Suspensions or loss of form occurs
As a previous poster said under commit over succeed
[quote][p][bold]Wembley84[/bold] wrote: Sounds like we got lucky...I wouldn't have liked to see Owen Coyle in charge.....[/p][/quote]Agreed.Many will fail at Bolton though.I can understand why Chris Hughton Was close to being appointed however I believe Oscar is a better choice due To his time at Barca and success at Maccabi.The Brighton job May have been a blip or it's simply the fact that the squad was not good Enough.He still qualified for the play offs.It can take time to settle At a new club however the players will welcome the change from "stick" to "carrot" Oscar seems very keen to change this image he apparently Had at Brighton Any negative comments on this site by Brighton fans suggests "sour grapes" on their part due to an indifferent start Here is hoping Oscar simply plays his best side as it keeps everyone On their toes and we have ready made replacements when injuries Suspensions or loss of form occurs As a previous poster said under commit over succeed StewartScullion
  • Score: 6

11:03am Fri 5 Sep 14

wide old hornet says...

It's nice to see, that we have someone who is coherant in English. I didn't have a problem with Beppe, but listening to his press conferences was very tiresome.
Welcome
It's nice to see, that we have someone who is coherant in English. I didn't have a problem with Beppe, but listening to his press conferences was very tiresome. Welcome wide old hornet
  • Score: 3

11:14am Fri 5 Sep 14

Mickey Quinn, not so thin says...

hongkongyellow wrote:
with this player oscar we can have glory
you not from HK, you from HH.
You talk pork balls
[quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: with this player oscar we can have glory[/p][/quote]you not from HK, you from HH. You talk pork balls Mickey Quinn, not so thin
  • Score: 8

11:35am Fri 5 Sep 14

Victory Yellow says...

Unless we get promotion he will go anyway ay the end of the season. I think his track record shows that if he does not succeed i.e BHA he walks away. I hope he is the right person, its good he has the Barcelona link, we will see what his style of play is and what he can get the players to do we will have a clearer picture. Its a win win really if he does well we will be happy if not we will have someone else in next season.
Unless we get promotion he will go anyway ay the end of the season. I think his track record shows that if he does not succeed i.e BHA he walks away. I hope he is the right person, its good he has the Barcelona link, we will see what his style of play is and what he can get the players to do we will have a clearer picture. Its a win win really if he does well we will be happy if not we will have someone else in next season. Victory Yellow
  • Score: -3

11:52am Fri 5 Sep 14

mbwfc1976 says...

StewartScullion wrote: The Brighton job may have been a blip or it's simply the fact that the squad was not good enough.

A good friend of mine is a lifelong and very knowledgeable Brighton fan who is often very complimentary to the Orns (especially when we Palarse, LOL!)...so I can assure you from OG's Brighton tenure was anything but "a blip" SS!

Read on, as to why this is the case......

We've unsurprisingly been talking about the appointment of OG a fair bit, especially with regard to some comments on Brighton forums where some of their fans have been saying that he played an 8-1-1 formation in his time there and was really negative...

...but with others coming back and saying that this was due to the squad being so weak / threadbare (especially up front), after Poyet had taken the likes of Bridcutt and Buckley to Sunderland (don't laugh too much at this point, haha!) and various other players had left too.

My mate's view on all of this was as follows...

Pretty much was 8-1-1, but the other guys are right...he had nothing to choose from. We always looked so thin upfront. I thought he did well getting us into the playoffs. It was almost miraculous!

So given the following...

1. The WFC squad Oscar has inherited is the polar opposite of "threadbare".

2. His comments in the interview on the OS about not "reacting to the opposition" and wanting to control every game (I LOVE that outlook!)

3. Spanish media in Barcelona saying how he likes an attacking 4-3-3

4. The fact that point 1 above means that point 3 can easily be achieved

5. The further fact that the lads played 4-3-3 throughout pre-season, meaning that they should be able to pick that formation back up pretty quickly, if that's OG's "Plan A" (most preferred) formation

...then it will come as no surprise that I am a mixture of very excited and quietly confident about our chances for the rest of the season.

I am very much not someone to subscribe to unrealistic expectations however, so Hampshire Hornet...when you said "Under commit.. Over deliver, like your style", I found myself nodding in strong agreement at that thought (whilst HOPING to over achieve, not EXPECTING to over achieve, of course)! :-)

Bring on the Addicks and COYH!! :-)
StewartScullion wrote: The Brighton job may have been a blip or it's simply the fact that the squad was not good enough. A good friend of mine is a lifelong and very knowledgeable Brighton fan who is often very complimentary to the Orns (especially when we Palarse, LOL!)...so I can assure you from OG's Brighton tenure was anything but "a blip" SS! Read on, as to why this is the case...... We've unsurprisingly been talking about the appointment of OG a fair bit, especially with regard to some comments on Brighton forums where some of their fans have been saying that he played an 8-1-1 formation in his time there and was really negative... ...but with others coming back and saying that this was due to the squad being so weak / threadbare (especially up front), after Poyet had taken the likes of Bridcutt and Buckley to Sunderland (don't laugh too much at this point, haha!) and various other players had left too. My mate's view on all of this was as follows... Pretty much was 8-1-1, but the other guys are right...he had nothing to choose from. We always looked so thin upfront. I thought he did well getting us into the playoffs. It was almost miraculous! So given the following... 1. The WFC squad Oscar has inherited is the polar opposite of "threadbare". 2. His comments in the interview on the OS about not "reacting to the opposition" and wanting to control every game (I LOVE that outlook!) 3. Spanish media in Barcelona saying how he likes an attacking 4-3-3 4. The fact that point 1 above means that point 3 can easily be achieved 5. The further fact that the lads played 4-3-3 throughout pre-season, meaning that they should be able to pick that formation back up pretty quickly, if that's OG's "Plan A" (most preferred) formation ...then it will come as no surprise that I am a mixture of very excited and quietly confident about our chances for the rest of the season. I am very much not someone to subscribe to unrealistic expectations however, so Hampshire Hornet...when you said "Under commit.. Over deliver, like your style", I found myself nodding in strong agreement at that thought (whilst HOPING to over achieve, not EXPECTING to over achieve, of course)! :-) Bring on the Addicks and COYH!! :-) mbwfc1976
  • Score: 3

11:53am Fri 5 Sep 14

gloryhornet4 says...

However you dice it - OG has so much talent at his disposal that players who were regulars a year ago can't make the match day 18.

If he can't achieve automatic promotion - it will be pathetic.
However you dice it - OG has so much talent at his disposal that players who were regulars a year ago can't make the match day 18. If he can't achieve automatic promotion - it will be pathetic. gloryhornet4
  • Score: 0

12:12pm Fri 5 Sep 14

hongkongyellow says...

Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
hongkongyellow wrote:
with this player oscar we can have glory
you not from HK, you from HH.
You talk pork balls
you have pork balls
[quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: with this player oscar we can have glory[/p][/quote]you not from HK, you from HH. You talk pork balls[/p][/quote]you have pork balls hongkongyellow
  • Score: 15

12:17pm Fri 5 Sep 14

No Wheels says...

I remember hearing Coyle on the radio talking up Watford's chances very early on in the season and being a bit surprised that he knew quite so much about us so early on, despite so many new arrivals. Guess this helps explain that. His Burnley side a few years ago were good on the eye, but he seems to have lost his way.
I remember hearing Coyle on the radio talking up Watford's chances very early on in the season and being a bit surprised that he knew quite so much about us so early on, despite so many new arrivals. Guess this helps explain that. His Burnley side a few years ago were good on the eye, but he seems to have lost his way. No Wheels
  • Score: 2

12:19pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Bobbyhowfield says...

If you asked any Watford supporte'rs opinion of Malky Mckay you will get a completely differing view from when he actually managed us,
A lot of sour grapes from Brighton fans I feel, !!
If you asked any Watford supporte'rs opinion of Malky Mckay you will get a completely differing view from when he actually managed us, A lot of sour grapes from Brighton fans I feel, !! Bobbyhowfield
  • Score: 3

12:41pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Mickey Quinn, not so thin says...

hongkongyellow wrote:
Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
hongkongyellow wrote:
with this player oscar we can have glory
you not from HK, you from HH.
You talk pork balls
you have pork balls
occasionally, but I prefer sweet and sour to be honest.
[quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: with this player oscar we can have glory[/p][/quote]you not from HK, you from HH. You talk pork balls[/p][/quote]you have pork balls[/p][/quote]occasionally, but I prefer sweet and sour to be honest. Mickey Quinn, not so thin
  • Score: 5

12:51pm Fri 5 Sep 14

lutondown says...

Harry's Bar wrote:
Should have dodged the question as to when he started speaking to Watford, Be careful Oscar, the Watford Observer clearly has a very good contact inside the club.
Give over FFS
[quote][p][bold]Harry's Bar[/bold] wrote: Should have dodged the question as to when he started speaking to Watford, Be careful Oscar, the Watford Observer clearly has a very good contact inside the club.[/p][/quote]Give over FFS lutondown
  • Score: 0

1:06pm Fri 5 Sep 14

SAHornet says...

lutondown wrote:
Harry's Bar wrote:
Should have dodged the question as to when he started speaking to Watford, Be careful Oscar, the Watford Observer clearly has a very good contact inside the club.
Give over FFS
My thoughts exactly Dan but couldn't be arsed to reply to him !
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harry's Bar[/bold] wrote: Should have dodged the question as to when he started speaking to Watford, Be careful Oscar, the Watford Observer clearly has a very good contact inside the club.[/p][/quote]Give over FFS[/p][/quote]My thoughts exactly Dan but couldn't be arsed to reply to him ! SAHornet
  • Score: -2

1:08pm Fri 5 Sep 14

SAHornet says...

hongkongyellow wrote:
Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
hongkongyellow wrote:
with this player oscar we can have glory
you not from HK, you from HH.
You talk pork balls
you have pork balls
Ha, touche'.
[quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: with this player oscar we can have glory[/p][/quote]you not from HK, you from HH. You talk pork balls[/p][/quote]you have pork balls[/p][/quote]Ha, touche'. SAHornet
  • Score: 0

2:22pm Fri 5 Sep 14

hongkongyellow says...

SAHornet wrote:
hongkongyellow wrote:
Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
hongkongyellow wrote:
with this player oscar we can have glory
you not from HK, you from HH.
You talk pork balls
you have pork balls
Ha, touche'.
no i never would touch quinn pork balls
[quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: with this player oscar we can have glory[/p][/quote]you not from HK, you from HH. You talk pork balls[/p][/quote]you have pork balls[/p][/quote]Ha, touche'.[/p][/quote]no i never would touch quinn pork balls hongkongyellow
  • Score: 7

2:24pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Harry's Bar says...

SAHornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Harry's Bar wrote:
Should have dodged the question as to when he started speaking to Watford, Be careful Oscar, the Watford Observer clearly has a very good contact inside the club.
Give over FFS
My thoughts exactly Dan but couldn't be arsed to reply to him !
Did Frank really need to do that, stitch the fella up like that. If he knew the club had been in contact before Saninno left why ask the question?
[quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harry's Bar[/bold] wrote: Should have dodged the question as to when he started speaking to Watford, Be careful Oscar, the Watford Observer clearly has a very good contact inside the club.[/p][/quote]Give over FFS[/p][/quote]My thoughts exactly Dan but couldn't be arsed to reply to him ![/p][/quote]Did Frank really need to do that, stitch the fella up like that. If he knew the club had been in contact before Saninno left why ask the question? Harry's Bar
  • Score: 2

2:38pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Mickey Quinn, not so thin says...

hongkongyellow wrote:
SAHornet wrote:
hongkongyellow wrote:
Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
hongkongyellow wrote:
with this player oscar we can have glory
you not from HK, you from HH.
You talk pork balls
you have pork balls
Ha, touche'.
no i never would touch quinn pork balls
only in your dreams !
[quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: with this player oscar we can have glory[/p][/quote]you not from HK, you from HH. You talk pork balls[/p][/quote]you have pork balls[/p][/quote]Ha, touche'.[/p][/quote]no i never would touch quinn pork balls[/p][/quote]only in your dreams ! Mickey Quinn, not so thin
  • Score: -1

2:53pm Fri 5 Sep 14

hongkongyellow says...

Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
hongkongyellow wrote:
SAHornet wrote:
hongkongyellow wrote:
Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
hongkongyellow wrote:
with this player oscar we can have glory
you not from HK, you from HH.
You talk pork balls
you have pork balls
Ha, touche'.
no i never would touch quinn pork balls
only in your dreams !
you look like this? i feel sorry for wife http://us.movember.c
om/news/1294/sportin
g-mos/?category=glob
al/
[quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: with this player oscar we can have glory[/p][/quote]you not from HK, you from HH. You talk pork balls[/p][/quote]you have pork balls[/p][/quote]Ha, touche'.[/p][/quote]no i never would touch quinn pork balls[/p][/quote]only in your dreams ![/p][/quote]you look like this? i feel sorry for wife http://us.movember.c om/news/1294/sportin g-mos/?category=glob al/ hongkongyellow
  • Score: 2

3:06pm Fri 5 Sep 14

The Skeptical Optimist says...

hongkongyellow wrote:
Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
hongkongyellow wrote:
with this player oscar we can have glory
you not from HK, you from HH.
You talk pork balls
you have pork balls
Mmmm... Pork balls...
[quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: with this player oscar we can have glory[/p][/quote]you not from HK, you from HH. You talk pork balls[/p][/quote]you have pork balls[/p][/quote]Mmmm... Pork balls... The Skeptical Optimist
  • Score: 1

3:13pm Fri 5 Sep 14

lincoln horn says...

Cheer up Oscar
Cheer up Oscar lincoln horn
  • Score: 1

3:21pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Mickey Quinn, not so thin says...

hongkongyellow wrote:
Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
hongkongyellow wrote:
SAHornet wrote:
hongkongyellow wrote:
Mickey Quinn, not so thin wrote:
hongkongyellow wrote:
with this player oscar we can have glory
you not from HK, you from HH.
You talk pork balls
you have pork balls
Ha, touche'.
no i never would touch quinn pork balls
only in your dreams !
you look like this? i feel sorry for wife http://us.movember.c

om/news/1294/sportin

g-mos/?category=glob

al/
Yes but you can add 5 stone for when I played for Watford.
[quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mickey Quinn, not so thin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hongkongyellow[/bold] wrote: with this player oscar we can have glory[/p][/quote]you not from HK, you from HH. You talk pork balls[/p][/quote]you have pork balls[/p][/quote]Ha, touche'.[/p][/quote]no i never would touch quinn pork balls[/p][/quote]only in your dreams ![/p][/quote]you look like this? i feel sorry for wife http://us.movember.c om/news/1294/sportin g-mos/?category=glob al/[/p][/quote]Yes but you can add 5 stone for when I played for Watford. Mickey Quinn, not so thin
  • Score: 1

3:33pm Fri 5 Sep 14

jaemae2 says...

Hampshire hornet wrote:
Under commit.. Over deliver, like your style
Yes, lack of ambition is really a great sign in a coach...
[quote][p][bold]Hampshire hornet[/bold] wrote: Under commit.. Over deliver, like your style[/p][/quote]Yes, lack of ambition is really a great sign in a coach... jaemae2
  • Score: 2

3:33pm Fri 5 Sep 14

jaemae2 says...

Hampshire hornet wrote:
Under commit.. Over deliver, like your style
Yes, lack of ambition is really a great sign in a coach...
[quote][p][bold]Hampshire hornet[/bold] wrote: Under commit.. Over deliver, like your style[/p][/quote]Yes, lack of ambition is really a great sign in a coach... jaemae2
  • Score: -7

3:39pm Fri 5 Sep 14

rookeryroy says...

My concern with 4 3 3 is that it's another way of saying 4 5 1 with Deeney up front on his own and Anya Dyer out wide. Where do Vydra and Forrestiere play. It's a defensive formation. Not many goals conceded, not many scored. A Lot of 1-0 wins which is ok, but not exciting. Hopefully I'm wrong.
My concern with 4 3 3 is that it's another way of saying 4 5 1 with Deeney up front on his own and Anya Dyer out wide. Where do Vydra and Forrestiere play. It's a defensive formation. Not many goals conceded, not many scored. A Lot of 1-0 wins which is ok, but not exciting. Hopefully I'm wrong. rookeryroy
  • Score: 1

3:52pm Fri 5 Sep 14

tommy gunn says...

You can just imagine it in the dressing room when Oscar says to the players ' have a look at my two goals for Barcelona against Celta Viga ' his part in that game should command respect. Worth a look on You Tube.
You can just imagine it in the dressing room when Oscar says to the players ' have a look at my two goals for Barcelona against Celta Viga ' his part in that game should command respect. Worth a look on You Tube. tommy gunn
  • Score: 0

5:13pm Fri 5 Sep 14

hongkonghornet says...

you all very brave making me banned from site. i loyal fan of hornet
you all very brave making me banned from site. i loyal fan of hornet hongkonghornet
  • Score: 4

5:21pm Fri 5 Sep 14

bornyellow says...

OK.... about his name...Oscar Garcia Junyent....our good reporter Frank Smith said that he doesn't use his surname....let me please explain that in Spain a wife does not take the name of her husband...however their offspring take both their parents surname...the fathers first and than the mothers after....a bit like a double barrel if you like!....to shorten they will leave the latter name out in casual terms.....another useless bit of information by bornyellow...lol
OK.... about his name...Oscar Garcia Junyent....our good reporter Frank Smith said that he doesn't use his surname....let me please explain that in Spain a wife does not take the name of her husband...however their offspring take both their parents surname...the fathers first and than the mothers after....a bit like a double barrel if you like!....to shorten they will leave the latter name out in casual terms.....another useless bit of information by bornyellow...lol bornyellow
  • Score: 3

6:08pm Fri 5 Sep 14

cliff46 says...

bornyellow wrote:
OK.... about his name...Oscar Garcia Junyent....our good reporter Frank Smith said that he doesn't use his surname....let me please explain that in Spain a wife does not take the name of her husband...however their offspring take both their parents surname...the fathers first and than the mothers after....a bit like a double barrel if you like!....to shorten they will leave the latter name out in casual terms.....another useless bit of information by bornyellow...lol
Thanks for that, definitely one of the more interesting contributions.
[quote][p][bold]bornyellow[/bold] wrote: OK.... about his name...Oscar Garcia Junyent....our good reporter Frank Smith said that he doesn't use his surname....let me please explain that in Spain a wife does not take the name of her husband...however their offspring take both their parents surname...the fathers first and than the mothers after....a bit like a double barrel if you like!....to shorten they will leave the latter name out in casual terms.....another useless bit of information by bornyellow...lol[/p][/quote]Thanks for that, definitely one of the more interesting contributions. cliff46
  • Score: 4

6:37pm Fri 5 Sep 14

bornyellow says...

cliff46 wrote:
bornyellow wrote:
OK.... about his name...Oscar Garcia Junyent....our good reporter Frank Smith said that he doesn't use his surname....let me please explain that in Spain a wife does not take the name of her husband...however their offspring take both their parents surname...the fathers first and than the mothers after....a bit like a double barrel if you like!....to shorten they will leave the latter name out in casual terms.....another useless bit of information by bornyellow...lol
Thanks for that, definitely one of the more interesting contributions.
Thank you...it may come in handy on a quiz night....my mum is from Valladolid in northen Spain.
[quote][p][bold]cliff46[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bornyellow[/bold] wrote: OK.... about his name...Oscar Garcia Junyent....our good reporter Frank Smith said that he doesn't use his surname....let me please explain that in Spain a wife does not take the name of her husband...however their offspring take both their parents surname...the fathers first and than the mothers after....a bit like a double barrel if you like!....to shorten they will leave the latter name out in casual terms.....another useless bit of information by bornyellow...lol[/p][/quote]Thanks for that, definitely one of the more interesting contributions.[/p][/quote]Thank you...it may come in handy on a quiz night....my mum is from Valladolid in northen Spain. bornyellow
  • Score: 1

7:43pm Fri 5 Sep 14

HongKongYelllow says...

my mum from wanchai
my mum from wanchai HongKongYelllow
  • Score: 6

9:14pm Fri 5 Sep 14

bornyellow says...

HongKongYelllow wrote:
my mum from wanchai
where....is that in the far east or in Essex...?....
[quote][p][bold]HongKongYelllow[/bold] wrote: my mum from wanchai[/p][/quote]where....is that in the far east or in Essex...?.... bornyellow
  • Score: -1

10:01pm Fri 5 Sep 14

bornyellow says...

is this great...Watford...ho
ng kong , spain, and mars.....we are unified in one thing......we are the Orns.....love it...yellow blood in our vains...
is this great...Watford...ho ng kong , spain, and mars.....we are unified in one thing......we are the Orns.....love it...yellow blood in our vains... bornyellow
  • Score: 1

10:09pm Fri 5 Sep 14

Hornet Cornet says...

bornyellow wrote:
is this great...Watford...ho

ng kong , spain, and mars.....we are unified in one thing......we are the Orns.....love it...yellow blood in our vains...
you need to see a doctor about the blood colour. That ain't normal that.

HC
[quote][p][bold]bornyellow[/bold] wrote: is this great...Watford...ho ng kong , spain, and mars.....we are unified in one thing......we are the Orns.....love it...yellow blood in our vains...[/p][/quote]you need to see a doctor about the blood colour. That ain't normal that. HC Hornet Cornet
  • Score: 2

1:40am Sat 6 Sep 14

bornyellow says...

Hornet Cornet wrote:
bornyellow wrote:
is this great...Watford...ho


ng kong , spain, and mars.....we are unified in one thing......we are the Orns.....love it...yellow blood in our vains...
you need to see a doctor about the blood colour. That ain't normal that.

HC
will go tomorrow....if it aint yellow i will be gutted.
[quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bornyellow[/bold] wrote: is this great...Watford...ho ng kong , spain, and mars.....we are unified in one thing......we are the Orns.....love it...yellow blood in our vains...[/p][/quote]you need to see a doctor about the blood colour. That ain't normal that. HC[/p][/quote]will go tomorrow....if it aint yellow i will be gutted. bornyellow
  • Score: 1

2:04am Sat 6 Sep 14

BuRP says...

HongKongYelllow says...

my mum from wanchai

I bet you visit your 'Mother' every night in Wanchai. You must be from Sai Kung, Mr Guilo.
HongKongYelllow says... my mum from wanchai I bet you visit your 'Mother' every night in Wanchai. You must be from Sai Kung, Mr Guilo. BuRP
  • Score: -1

7:21am Sat 6 Sep 14

endean2 says...

am I missing something here?
were the hell does this half wit with comedy pretentions come from,
not Hong Kong presumbly,some pebble dash in Croxley maybe.

Surely there enough weirdoes and nutters on this site already without him,
or maybe I just don't get it.
am I missing something here? were the hell does this half wit with comedy pretentions come from, not Hong Kong presumbly,some pebble dash in Croxley maybe. Surely there enough weirdoes and nutters on this site already without him, or maybe I just don't get it. endean2
  • Score: 2

11:18pm Sat 6 Sep 14

BuRP says...

ndean2 says...

am I missing something here?
were the hell does this half wit with comedy pretentions come from,
not Hong Kong presumbly,some pebble dash in Croxley maybe.

Surely there enough weirdoes and nutters on this site already without him,
or maybe I just don't get it.

Endean - he's an ex-pat living in Kowloon TRYING to pretend to be Chinese. I know the bar he is referring to as I lived in the area and is rife with ex-pats losers. End of.
ndean2 says... am I missing something here? were the hell does this half wit with comedy pretentions come from, not Hong Kong presumbly,some pebble dash in Croxley maybe. Surely there enough weirdoes and nutters on this site already without him, or maybe I just don't get it. Endean - he's an ex-pat living in Kowloon TRYING to pretend to be Chinese. I know the bar he is referring to as I lived in the area and is rife with ex-pats losers. End of. BuRP
  • Score: 0

4:21pm Sun 7 Sep 14

bornyellow says...

On a more serious note....on one of the other news channels Mr Garcia has stated that he will stamp his mark but he will do so slowly...if that is true i think it is a wise move on his part...
On a more serious note....on one of the other news channels Mr Garcia has stated that he will stamp his mark but he will do so slowly...if that is true i think it is a wise move on his part... bornyellow
  • Score: 0

1:50pm Mon 8 Sep 14

Harry's Bar says...

endean2 wrote:
am I missing something here?
were the hell does this half wit with comedy pretentions come from,
not Hong Kong presumbly,some pebble dash in Croxley maybe.

Surely there enough weirdoes and nutters on this site already without him,
or maybe I just don't get it.
You say this Kowloon, who Barry Endean, you live Croxley with mummy.
[quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: am I missing something here? were the hell does this half wit with comedy pretentions come from, not Hong Kong presumbly,some pebble dash in Croxley maybe. Surely there enough weirdoes and nutters on this site already without him, or maybe I just don't get it.[/p][/quote]You say this Kowloon, who Barry Endean, you live Croxley with mummy. Harry's Bar
  • Score: 0
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