Watford fend off Manchester City bid to keep highly-rated youngster

Watford Observer: Signing on the dotted line: Sean Murray and his parents with Malky Mackay. Picture: Alan Cozzi/Watford FC Signing on the dotted line: Sean Murray and his parents with Malky Mackay. Picture: Alan Cozzi/Watford FC

Watford have revealed they turned down a bid from Manchester City for Sean Murray after signing the highly-rated youngster on scholarship and professional terms today.

The 16-year-old attacking midfielder has put pen to paper on a three-year deal, although this cannot be activated until he turns 17 in October.

Murray said: “I was flattered to receive the interest from Manchester City, but I’m delighted to be signing at Watford as they have been a major part of my development. I just want to now get on with playing football and improving as much as I can here.”

From Abbots Langley, Murray has been with the Hornets since 2002 and he was part of the original intake at The Harefield Academy in 2007. He will continue his education at the school as part of his scholarship.

Murray is the second Academy prospect to sign a professional contract in as many days after keeper Jonathan Bond also signed a three-year deal yesterday.

Malky Mackay said: “Sean is someone who has attracted a lot of attention, so we’re delighted to have him sign for us at Watford.

“He’s had a lot to deal with in the last six months or so and he’s coped with it incredibly well.

“We’ve spoken to his parents and they’re good people.

“Sean is now on board and under the care of Joe McBride [youth team coach] from day-to-day.

“He’s coming on well and now it’s up to him to push on as much as he can.

“We’ve got a fantastic set-up at The Harefield Academy and the amount of touches of the ball and training time the kids get is fantastic and we’re now starting to see the results of that.”

Chief executive Julian Winter added: “We have said before how fundamental and unique the Academy is to this football club and this again proves that.

“It is another great achievement to see a youngster sign a professional deal with the club and we’re incredibly pleased to have been able to secure a top talent for the next three years.”

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8:08pm Wed 28 Jul 10

ghosthorn says...

does this count as a transfer? we need to sign someone with experience?
does this count as a transfer? we need to sign someone with experience? ghosthorn

8:52pm Wed 28 Jul 10

smalon says...

ghosthorn wrote:
does this count as a transfer? we need to sign someone with experience?
Don't be ridiculous.
Good to see the lad and his parents acted sensibly and signed with a club where he has a good chance of progressing to first team football.
Honestly, what is the point of any youngster going to somewhere like Man City or Chelsea? They stand virtualy no chance of getting in the first team. Where are the highly rated youngsters signed from Leeds 4 or 5 years ago now?
[quote][p][bold]ghosthorn[/bold] wrote: does this count as a transfer? we need to sign someone with experience?[/p][/quote]Don't be ridiculous. Good to see the lad and his parents acted sensibly and signed with a club where he has a good chance of progressing to first team football. Honestly, what is the point of any youngster going to somewhere like Man City or Chelsea? They stand virtualy no chance of getting in the first team. Where are the highly rated youngsters signed from Leeds 4 or 5 years ago now? smalon

9:24pm Wed 28 Jul 10

rookery boy says...

At a time when most decisions made by our board,are about a short-term fix,this is good to see,
We may not see him in the first team anytime soon,but its a step in the right direction.
Now wheres the first team signings for this year??!!
At a time when most decisions made by our board,are about a short-term fix,this is good to see, We may not see him in the first team anytime soon,but its a step in the right direction. Now wheres the first team signings for this year??!! rookery boy

9:59pm Wed 28 Jul 10

Richard - Come On You Golden Boys! says...

Good to hear and proves we're on the right track longer term, although I believe that a) we shouldn't expect anything soon from this lad and, b) Man City should be investigated by the Fa / Prem league for attempting to pinch him from our academy.
Good to hear and proves we're on the right track longer term, although I believe that a) we shouldn't expect anything soon from this lad and, b) Man City should be investigated by the Fa / Prem league for attempting to pinch him from our academy. Richard - Come On You Golden Boys!

11:04pm Wed 28 Jul 10

Rick Almighty says...

Would we have signed him were it not for the interest shown by a bigger club? I'm starting to think that we don't have the talent in the coaching staff required to identify the kids with....well, talent.

To be honest, the club is spending a heck of a lot of money on this Harefield scheme - money that could be invested in experienced players who could help us secure our championsip status - so its about time we started to see the positives....God knows there hasn't been many since the capitulation to West Brom in 2007.
Would we have signed him were it not for the interest shown by a bigger club? I'm starting to think that we don't have the talent in the coaching staff required to identify the kids with....well, talent. To be honest, the club is spending a heck of a lot of money on this Harefield scheme - money that could be invested in experienced players who could help us secure our championsip status - so its about time we started to see the positives....God knows there hasn't been many since the capitulation to West Brom in 2007. Rick Almighty

11:43pm Wed 28 Jul 10

smeg says...

Rick Almighty wrote:
Would we have signed him were it not for the interest shown by a bigger club? I'm starting to think that we don't have the talent in the coaching staff required to identify the kids with....well, talent. To be honest, the club is spending a heck of a lot of money on this Harefield scheme - money that could be invested in experienced players who could help us secure our championsip status - so its about time we started to see the positives....God knows there hasn't been many since the capitulation to West Brom in 2007.
The club just can't win with you can they? Damned if the do and damned if they don't. Our academy is the envy of half the country. This boy has clearly got a future in the game and if it were not for harefield he may not have signed, who knows?
[quote][p][bold]Rick Almighty[/bold] wrote: Would we have signed him were it not for the interest shown by a bigger club? I'm starting to think that we don't have the talent in the coaching staff required to identify the kids with....well, talent. To be honest, the club is spending a heck of a lot of money on this Harefield scheme - money that could be invested in experienced players who could help us secure our championsip status - so its about time we started to see the positives....God knows there hasn't been many since the capitulation to West Brom in 2007.[/p][/quote]The club just can't win with you can they? Damned if the do and damned if they don't. Our academy is the envy of half the country. This boy has clearly got a future in the game and if it were not for harefield he may not have signed, who knows? smeg

11:45pm Wed 28 Jul 10

smeg says...

smalon wrote:
ghosthorn wrote: does this count as a transfer? we need to sign someone with experience?
Don't be ridiculous. Good to see the lad and his parents acted sensibly and signed with a club where he has a good chance of progressing to first team football. Honestly, what is the point of any youngster going to somewhere like Man City or Chelsea? They stand virtualy no chance of getting in the first team. Where are the highly rated youngsters signed from Leeds 4 or 5 years ago now?
Amen to that. Harry Forrester went for the big name, big bucks and has hardly been heard of since. I am sure he would be a first team regular for us by now.
[quote][p][bold]smalon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ghosthorn[/bold] wrote: does this count as a transfer? we need to sign someone with experience?[/p][/quote]Don't be ridiculous. Good to see the lad and his parents acted sensibly and signed with a club where he has a good chance of progressing to first team football. Honestly, what is the point of any youngster going to somewhere like Man City or Chelsea? They stand virtualy no chance of getting in the first team. Where are the highly rated youngsters signed from Leeds 4 or 5 years ago now?[/p][/quote]Amen to that. Harry Forrester went for the big name, big bucks and has hardly been heard of since. I am sure he would be a first team regular for us by now. smeg

12:09am Thu 29 Jul 10

T.O says...

Rick Almighty wrote:
Would we have signed him were it not for the interest shown by a bigger club? I'm starting to think that we don't have the talent in the coaching staff required to identify the kids with....well, talent.

To be honest, the club is spending a heck of a lot of money on this Harefield scheme - money that could be invested in experienced players who could help us secure our championsip status - so its about time we started to see the positives....God knows there hasn't been many since the capitulation to West Brom in 2007.
You and Ghosthorn are two pathetic individuals. Moronic posts on most articles that just make you laugh. You MUST be on a wind up (or drugs) to post this cr@p. The comments on WFC articles are mostly a joke, i wish they'd take the facility off. Bunch of nutters.
[quote][p][bold]Rick Almighty[/bold] wrote: Would we have signed him were it not for the interest shown by a bigger club? I'm starting to think that we don't have the talent in the coaching staff required to identify the kids with....well, talent. To be honest, the club is spending a heck of a lot of money on this Harefield scheme - money that could be invested in experienced players who could help us secure our championsip status - so its about time we started to see the positives....God knows there hasn't been many since the capitulation to West Brom in 2007.[/p][/quote]You and Ghosthorn are two pathetic individuals. Moronic posts on most articles that just make you laugh. You MUST be on a wind up (or drugs) to post this cr@p. The comments on WFC articles are mostly a joke, i wish they'd take the facility off. Bunch of nutters. T.O

6:56am Thu 29 Jul 10

bishopofwatford says...

well well well

now now no squabbling my flock

the future of our club ins in developing and yes selling young talent

i really think that thinking the money spent on the academy is wasted is a foolish and short sighted thought

why do want to sign more journeymen experienced players such as ellington , kabba , etc (there are many more examples) when it is plain for even the most shortsighted to see that their loyalty is to themselves and not wfc

no the futures in the academy and young players under 23

still i must away to supervise the choiristers our choirmaster mr dithers has got it into his head that tom jones is going to perform at matins...i think hes been on the communion wine

keep the faith
well well well now now no squabbling my flock the future of our club ins in developing and yes selling young talent i really think that thinking the money spent on the academy is wasted is a foolish and short sighted thought why do want to sign more journeymen experienced players such as ellington , kabba , etc (there are many more examples) when it is plain for even the most shortsighted to see that their loyalty is to themselves and not wfc no the futures in the academy and young players under 23 still i must away to supervise the choiristers our choirmaster mr dithers has got it into his head that tom jones is going to perform at matins...i think hes been on the communion wine keep the faith bishopofwatford

8:46am Thu 29 Jul 10

onlyonerodthomas says...

at least we are starting to turn out some decent youngters.got to try and keep them away from the vultures of other clubs!!.on a different note,what happened to harry forrester the future superstar that villa robbed off us a few years ago?not heard nothing of note recently,i'm sure he has'nt featured for villa or england under 17,18,19's etc.
at least we are starting to turn out some decent youngters.got to try and keep them away from the vultures of other clubs!!.on a different note,what happened to harry forrester the future superstar that villa robbed off us a few years ago?not heard nothing of note recently,i'm sure he has'nt featured for villa or england under 17,18,19's etc. onlyonerodthomas

9:54am Thu 29 Jul 10

fairwater says...

Yet another "young talent for the future".
That's great, but how about a signing or two for NOW!!
Yet another "young talent for the future". That's great, but how about a signing or two for NOW!! fairwater

11:44am Thu 29 Jul 10

SuperNova says...

The Harefield Academy is the ONE thing that will keep WFC alive.

Make no mistake about it.

After the now undeniable fact that England has got a serious youth development crisis coupled with the new 'home grown' policy, no club is better placed that Watford to answer what is a desperate call.
The Harefield Academy is the ONE thing that will keep WFC alive. Make no mistake about it. After the now undeniable fact that England has got a serious youth development crisis coupled with the new 'home grown' policy, no club is better placed that Watford to answer what is a desperate call. SuperNova

12:17pm Thu 29 Jul 10

Rick Almighty says...

SuperNova wrote:
The Harefield Academy is the ONE thing that will keep WFC alive.

Make no mistake about it.

After the now undeniable fact that England has got a serious youth development crisis coupled with the new 'home grown' policy, no club is better placed that Watford to answer what is a desperate call.
Yes, but in the short term, is the clubs youth obsessed policy enough to keep us in the championship, let alone competitive?

Hodson, Jenkins, Sordell, Henderson...these players are simply not championship players. At best, they are league 1 quality.

We seem to be spending an awful lot of money on a youth system that is not moving the team forward on the pitch.

We have an academy, that's all well and good. But i think the Harefield scheme is an expensive over indulgence of the clubs obsession with developing its own players.

And if the rationale behind it is simply to produce players that the club will look to sell on for a profit - ensuring any real quality that comes through will have little time to make an impact on our team - then that too is dubious.

No, i'm afraid the jury is still out on this scheme, and in the meantime we have arguably one of the weaksest squads the club has had since the early nineties.
[quote][p][bold]SuperNova[/bold] wrote: The Harefield Academy is the ONE thing that will keep WFC alive. Make no mistake about it. After the now undeniable fact that England has got a serious youth development crisis coupled with the new 'home grown' policy, no club is better placed that Watford to answer what is a desperate call.[/p][/quote]Yes, but in the short term, is the clubs youth obsessed policy enough to keep us in the championship, let alone competitive? Hodson, Jenkins, Sordell, Henderson...these players are simply not championship players. At best, they are league 1 quality. We seem to be spending an awful lot of money on a youth system that is not moving the team forward on the pitch. We have an academy, that's all well and good. But i think the Harefield scheme is an expensive over indulgence of the clubs obsession with developing its own players. And if the rationale behind it is simply to produce players that the club will look to sell on for a profit - ensuring any real quality that comes through will have little time to make an impact on our team - then that too is dubious. No, i'm afraid the jury is still out on this scheme, and in the meantime we have arguably one of the weaksest squads the club has had since the early nineties. Rick Almighty

1:00pm Thu 29 Jul 10

smalon says...

Rick Almighty wrote:
SuperNova wrote: The Harefield Academy is the ONE thing that will keep WFC alive. Make no mistake about it. After the now undeniable fact that England has got a serious youth development crisis coupled with the new 'home grown' policy, no club is better placed that Watford to answer what is a desperate call.
Yes, but in the short term, is the clubs youth obsessed policy enough to keep us in the championship, let alone competitive? Hodson, Jenkins, Sordell, Henderson...these players are simply not championship players. At best, they are league 1 quality. We seem to be spending an awful lot of money on a youth system that is not moving the team forward on the pitch. We have an academy, that's all well and good. But i think the Harefield scheme is an expensive over indulgence of the clubs obsession with developing its own players. And if the rationale behind it is simply to produce players that the club will look to sell on for a profit - ensuring any real quality that comes through will have little time to make an impact on our team - then that too is dubious. No, i'm afraid the jury is still out on this scheme, and in the meantime we have arguably one of the weaksest squads the club has had since the early nineties.
You are missing the whole point of the Academy.
Yes in the long term it is there to produce players for sale further down the line. The idea is after they have played in our first team for a while to beef up their value so we will get play time benefit from them.
We don't generate enough money comercialy to remain solvent so for us and a lot of lower league teams, this is the way forward.
The other benefit of course is that while graduating from the academy, they will be on low/ reasonable wages.
What has crippled our club even more than the silly transfer fees paid for the likes of Ellington in recent years is the astronomical wages we have been paying these journeymen.
You want us to sign even more of them?
Sean Murray is from the first batch of 11 year olds to join the Academy so wait until he and the others are 18/ 19 years old before judging whether the academy has been a success or not. You can't judge it on our current youngsters who haven't gone through the whole academy process.
[quote][p][bold]Rick Almighty[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SuperNova[/bold] wrote: The Harefield Academy is the ONE thing that will keep WFC alive. Make no mistake about it. After the now undeniable fact that England has got a serious youth development crisis coupled with the new 'home grown' policy, no club is better placed that Watford to answer what is a desperate call.[/p][/quote]Yes, but in the short term, is the clubs youth obsessed policy enough to keep us in the championship, let alone competitive? Hodson, Jenkins, Sordell, Henderson...these players are simply not championship players. At best, they are league 1 quality. We seem to be spending an awful lot of money on a youth system that is not moving the team forward on the pitch. We have an academy, that's all well and good. But i think the Harefield scheme is an expensive over indulgence of the clubs obsession with developing its own players. And if the rationale behind it is simply to produce players that the club will look to sell on for a profit - ensuring any real quality that comes through will have little time to make an impact on our team - then that too is dubious. No, i'm afraid the jury is still out on this scheme, and in the meantime we have arguably one of the weaksest squads the club has had since the early nineties.[/p][/quote]You are missing the whole point of the Academy. Yes in the long term it is there to produce players for sale further down the line. The idea is after they have played in our first team for a while to beef up their value so we will get play time benefit from them. We don't generate enough money comercialy to remain solvent so for us and a lot of lower league teams, this is the way forward. The other benefit of course is that while graduating from the academy, they will be on low/ reasonable wages. What has crippled our club even more than the silly transfer fees paid for the likes of Ellington in recent years is the astronomical wages we have been paying these journeymen. You want us to sign even more of them? Sean Murray is from the first batch of 11 year olds to join the Academy so wait until he and the others are 18/ 19 years old before judging whether the academy has been a success or not. You can't judge it on our current youngsters who haven't gone through the whole academy process. smalon

1:23pm Thu 29 Jul 10

SuperNova says...

Barcelona's squad is spined by their academy products - and they are still looking to buy back one of them from Arsenal!

We can't afford players, no club can anymore...and loanees leave me cold. 'Pay as you go' players is not what this club should be about.

We must support Harefield if we truly want to witness the emergence of real, Hornet in the DNA talent...and I don't consider 'Championship Quality' to be anything other than hoof based crap anyway. Any yob can play that, and the little pride I have left as an Englishman demands we seek massive improvement.

As a Watford fan, I'm really really excited about all this. It's an investment that will yield results - even this season.
Barcelona's squad is spined by their academy products - and they are still looking to buy back one of them from Arsenal! We can't afford players, no club can anymore...and loanees leave me cold. 'Pay as you go' players is not what this club should be about. We must support Harefield if we truly want to witness the emergence of real, Hornet in the DNA talent...and I don't consider 'Championship Quality' to be anything other than hoof based crap anyway. Any yob can play that, and the little pride I have left as an Englishman demands we seek massive improvement. As a Watford fan, I'm really really excited about all this. It's an investment that will yield results - even this season. SuperNova

1:47pm Thu 29 Jul 10

Prof Plum says...

I don't care if our current financially enforced recruitment policy with its emphasis on youth and home grown talent does result in us going down - I'd sooner watch a team of local players that have come through the youth system playing in Division Three than some overpaid, over-priced journeymen huffing and puffing to make an impression in Division Two
I don't care if our current financially enforced recruitment policy with its emphasis on youth and home grown talent does result in us going down - I'd sooner watch a team of local players that have come through the youth system playing in Division Three than some overpaid, over-priced journeymen huffing and puffing to make an impression in Division Two Prof Plum

1:53pm Thu 29 Jul 10

Tynedale Hornet says...

I know that this kid is very highly rated by the academy staff and they really feared losing him. Who knows if he will make it, but great that we have kept him with us.
I know that this kid is very highly rated by the academy staff and they really feared losing him. Who knows if he will make it, but great that we have kept him with us. Tynedale Hornet

2:08pm Thu 29 Jul 10

watfordguymatt says...

Reported bid of 375k rejected for Deeney - apparently he's very unhappy they're not letting him go.
Reported bid of 375k rejected for Deeney - apparently he's very unhappy they're not letting him go. watfordguymatt

2:48pm Thu 29 Jul 10

WFC4ever says...

I know Henderson for one hasn't done that well since coming into the team but how do we really know that the likes of Sordell aren't going to be at least Championship quality yet?

We should give the guys coming through a chance at least.

I accept we also need to think about the present but we'd all be complaining if we lost 2/3 good youngsters without even having the chance to play professional games for us.

Sadly clubs like ours do rely on bringing kids through and then maybe selling them in the future.
I know Henderson for one hasn't done that well since coming into the team but how do we really know that the likes of Sordell aren't going to be at least Championship quality yet? We should give the guys coming through a chance at least. I accept we also need to think about the present but we'd all be complaining if we lost 2/3 good youngsters without even having the chance to play professional games for us. Sadly clubs like ours do rely on bringing kids through and then maybe selling them in the future. WFC4ever

4:46pm Thu 29 Jul 10

luther blissett says...

Deeney £375K rejected?

Cue the moronic:
- He's not experienced enough.
- Stop dilly dallying and pay a million for him.
- we wouldn't need him if we got Franny Jeffers.
- He won't come here whilst MM has Dyche working with him.
- Jimmy is better than Ashcroft.
- Ashcroft is better than Jimmy.
- Let's get Marlon.
- Watford are the worst club in the world.

To all the whingers out there, I'm sorry if I missed any. Please feel free to add further moans.
Deeney £375K rejected? Cue the moronic: - He's not experienced enough. - Stop dilly dallying and pay a million for him. - we wouldn't need him if we got Franny Jeffers. - He won't come here whilst MM has Dyche working with him. - Jimmy is better than Ashcroft. - Ashcroft is better than Jimmy. - Let's get Marlon. - Watford are the worst club in the world. To all the whingers out there, I'm sorry if I missed any. Please feel free to add further moans. luther blissett

5:23pm Thu 29 Jul 10

sev low says...

IF jimmy WAS IN THERE WOULD NO HAREFIELD!. good job he's not!!!!!
IF jimmy WAS IN THERE WOULD NO HAREFIELD!. good job he's not!!!!! sev low

7:21pm Thu 29 Jul 10

fairwater says...

sev low wrote:
IF jimmy WAS IN THERE WOULD NO HAREFIELD!. good job he's not!!!!!
Cannot understand your poor vocabularly, but I say bring back the Russo brothers!
Password: Best Of The Bunch.
[quote][p][bold]sev low[/bold] wrote: IF jimmy WAS IN THERE WOULD NO HAREFIELD!. good job he's not!!!!![/p][/quote]Cannot understand your poor vocabularly, but I say bring back the Russo brothers! Password: Best Of The Bunch. fairwater

7:25pm Thu 29 Jul 10

fairwater says...

Rick Almighty said: "Hodson, Jenkins, Sordell, Henderson...these players are simply not championship players. At best, they are league 1 quality".
Leave Sordell and Jenkins out of this, I think they have quality still to shine through.
Hodson is not good enough. Neither is Henderson to date, but something inside of me says there is still something to come from this guy!
Password: Time Will Tell
Rick Almighty said: "Hodson, Jenkins, Sordell, Henderson...these players are simply not championship players. At best, they are league 1 quality". Leave Sordell and Jenkins out of this, I think they have quality still to shine through. Hodson is not good enough. Neither is Henderson to date, but something inside of me says there is still something to come from this guy! Password: Time Will Tell fairwater

9:45pm Thu 29 Jul 10

FelixTheHorn says...

luther blissett wrote:
Deeney £375K rejected? Cue the moronic: - He's not experienced enough. - Stop dilly dallying and pay a million for him. - we wouldn't need him if we got Franny Jeffers. - He won't come here whilst MM has Dyche working with him. - Jimmy is better than Ashcroft. - Ashcroft is better than Jimmy. - Let's get Marlon. - Watford are the worst club in the world. To all the whingers out there, I'm sorry if I missed any. Please feel free to add further moans.
nail ... head ... BANG!!!

Where are you, whingers?

YELLOWS!!
[quote][p][bold]luther blissett[/bold] wrote: Deeney £375K rejected? Cue the moronic: - He's not experienced enough. - Stop dilly dallying and pay a million for him. - we wouldn't need him if we got Franny Jeffers. - He won't come here whilst MM has Dyche working with him. - Jimmy is better than Ashcroft. - Ashcroft is better than Jimmy. - Let's get Marlon. - Watford are the worst club in the world. To all the whingers out there, I'm sorry if I missed any. Please feel free to add further moans.[/p][/quote]nail ... head ... BANG!!! Where are you, whingers? YELLOWS!! FelixTheHorn

9:48pm Thu 29 Jul 10

watters84 says...

Murray,Massey,Mingoi
a all rightly getting good reviews and profiles raised, maybe just under the radar, last nights number 11 shirt wearer Whichelow looks a find indeed!!
Murray,Massey,Mingoi a all rightly getting good reviews and profiles raised, maybe just under the radar, last nights number 11 shirt wearer Whichelow looks a find indeed!! watters84

11:06pm Thu 29 Jul 10

Rick Almighty says...

Apparently Marlon King has been linked with a move back to Watford.
Apparently Marlon King has been linked with a move back to Watford. Rick Almighty

11:25pm Thu 29 Jul 10

sev low says...

Fairwater..re: Russo. If only you knew. or maybe you do know. He'd be bad news for the development of the club... for sure!
Fairwater..re: Russo. If only you knew. or maybe you do know. He'd be bad news for the development of the club... for sure! sev low

12:29am Fri 30 Jul 10

norwayhornet says...

Really Rick and your source is???
Would be nice if you stopped your contributions to this site!
Really Rick and your source is??? Would be nice if you stopped your contributions to this site! norwayhornet

4:35am Fri 30 Jul 10

goatswilly says...

Rick Almighty wrote:
Apparently Marlon King has been linked with a move back to Watford.
No way in a million years this will happen. He will go to Coventry with Boothroyd. Failing that he will go with the club who offers him the most money cos thats the way he rolls.
[quote][p][bold]Rick Almighty[/bold] wrote: Apparently Marlon King has been linked with a move back to Watford.[/p][/quote]No way in a million years this will happen. He will go to Coventry with Boothroyd. Failing that he will go with the club who offers him the most money cos thats the way he rolls. goatswilly

8:36am Fri 30 Jul 10

watfordguymatt says...

It's true he has been linked. Doesn't mean it will or we want it to happen.
It's true he has been linked. Doesn't mean it will or we want it to happen. watfordguymatt

8:52am Fri 30 Jul 10

JonBoy says...

Marlon who? This disgrace of a man should be wiped from our history. Any club that touches him is tainted.
Marlon who? This disgrace of a man should be wiped from our history. Any club that touches him is tainted. JonBoy

9:18am Fri 30 Jul 10

bishopofwatford says...

JonBoy wrote:
Marlon who? This disgrace of a man should be wiped from our history. Any club that touches him is tainted.
well well well

here here jonboy i for one would send my season ticket back if he rejoined

by the way is it a coincidence that the day woman beater king gets released his double lucas from eastenders gets arrested for various unpleasantries ??

anyway on a more interesting poit does anyone know if whoever was in charge when ashley young was sold got a sell on clause included in the deal ??

cause if we are to believe papertalk hes worth £30m to villa as spurs have offerd three players in exchange for him ?

well imust away to tend to my flock ...my shephers mr dithers has decided it would be a good idea to drive them thru the streets of norwich next friday to welcome the horns there...i am not so sure my good friend the bishopifnorwich let alone delia would welcome that

keep the faith
[quote][p][bold]JonBoy[/bold] wrote: Marlon who? This disgrace of a man should be wiped from our history. Any club that touches him is tainted.[/p][/quote]well well well here here jonboy i for one would send my season ticket back if he rejoined by the way is it a coincidence that the day woman beater king gets released his double lucas from eastenders gets arrested for various unpleasantries ?? anyway on a more interesting poit does anyone know if whoever was in charge when ashley young was sold got a sell on clause included in the deal ?? cause if we are to believe papertalk hes worth £30m to villa as spurs have offerd three players in exchange for him ? well imust away to tend to my flock ...my shephers mr dithers has decided it would be a good idea to drive them thru the streets of norwich next friday to welcome the horns there...i am not so sure my good friend the bishopifnorwich let alone delia would welcome that keep the faith bishopofwatford

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