Hot-shot striker scores for seventh straight match as Derby County well beaten

Danny Graham wrote a fresh chapter in the Watford record books this afternoon as Malky Mackay’s men made it a magnificent seven successive wins with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Derby County to maintain their top-six position in the Championship.

Not since Frank McPherson in 1929 had a Watford player scored in seven straight matches, but that all changed two minutes before the interval when the Championship’s leading marksman volleyed in a Will Buckley cross to net his 18th goal of an increasingly memorable season.

Watford had to bide their time before Buckley deservedly put them in front in the 36th minute, but once the Rams had fallen behind they folded alarmingly before the interval.

Graham’s amazing streak continued on 43 minutes and there was still time before the break for Marvin Sordell to extend his purple patch as well.

The victory made it the Hornets’ best winning sequence for a decade and also ensured they won six straight league matches for the first time since 2006, hitting 50 league goals for the campaign in the process.

With the exception of injured skipper John Eustace, Watford were almost back to full strength as Mackay made four changes from the side that beat Hartlepool United in the FA Cup last weekend.

Scott Loach came back in for Rene Gilmartin in goal, Graham returned to the starting XI, as did Stephen McGinn for his first start since suffering a fractured cheekbone at Queens Park Rangers before Christmas, but arguably the biggest boost was the return of Don Cowie, who had been rated only 50/50 in the build-up to the game. Those three outfield players took the place of Troy Deeney, Matt Whichelow and Piero Mingoia, who were on the bench.

Despite Derby’s embarrassing cup exit at Crawley Town on Monday, boss Nigel Clough resisted the temptation to make significant changes. Their starting line-up showed only one alteration, with Alberto Buneo coming in for Ben Pringle.

The first moment of note came after 80 seconds when McGinn appeared to catch Robbie Savage in the face with an arm, much to the Derby skipper’s obvious annoyance and the amusement of the majority inside Vicarage Road.

The visitors had the first attempt of the match a minute later when Bueno hooked a shot wide of Loach’s near post following a quick throw from the right.

Watford’s first effort came in the seventh minute when Martin Taylor hooked the ball back into the area after a free-kick had been half-cleared and McGinn found himself in some space on the right side of the 18-yard box, but his powerfully struck right-footed attempt was blocked.

The Hornets went closer still three minutes later when, following some neat trickery by Buckley in his own half, the ball was spread to Sordell in space on the right. The striker toyed with the defence on the right side of the area before standing up a cross that was half blocked, but the ball broke for Cowie, who saw his strike blocked to Sordell, whose follow up also hit a Rams defender before going over for a corner.

However, the home side had a let off in the 15th minute when right-back Paul Green’s long ball forward briefly threatened to release Chris Porter. Although Ross Jenkins and Dale Bennett got back, some indecision with Loach then followed and it needed a lunge from Bennett to deflect the striker’s eventual effort behind for a corner.

The hosts were soon back on the front foot though, with Stephen Bywater forced to push over a long Adrian Mariappa throw from the right which had been allowed to bounce in the six-yard box, only for Bennett to nearly be caught out again by a ball forward at the other end that should have been routinely dealt with.

Sordell fired over from the left angle of the area in the 25th minute when he perhaps should have crossed, but two minutes later he was inches away from putting the hosts in front after narrowly failing to connect with Buckley’s low cross from the right when a misjudgement by Gareth Roberts had let the Watford wide man scamper away.

There was then a brief lull in the game but in the 36th minute the Hornets deservedly took the lead.

Lloyd Doyley started things off by keeping possession well on the left before laying the ball back to Taylor, who, in turn, played it over the top to Cowie in space on the same side of the penalty area. Graham was eased off the ball as he sought to get on the end of the cross, but it broke for the unmarked Buckley at the back post and he kept his composure, steering the ball right-footed through the legs of Bywater to make it 1-0.

Kris Commons was the first player to be booked moments later for dissent after letting his frustration get the better of him and then Buckley was in the right place again had Bywater not dealt with a low Sordell centre from the left.

But the moment Watford history was made came two minutes from the break.

The Hornets’ top scorer started the move near halfway with an intelligent knock down to Sordell and then the ball was worked to the right where Buckley had again raced into space to deliver a cross towards the near post where Graham connected with a superbly executed half-volley and diverted it past Bywater to score for the seventh successive game.

If Derby’s confidence was fragile after their recent poor run, it was broken in first-half injury-time when the Hornets scored a third in nine minutes.

This was the most straightforward of the three; a ball out from the back that the hapless Derby defence failed to deal with and Sordell was onto it in a flash, racing clear to confidently slide it past Bywater to score his fifth in as many games to make it 3-0.

That whirlwind blast ensured Watford reached the half-century of league goals, ensuring Derby’s skipper left the pitch to taunts of ‘Savage, Savage, what’s the score?!’ Despite having a firm grip on the game, the Hornets were forced into a change at the interval, with Deeney coming on for the presumably still injured Cowie. Less surprisingly, Clough also changed things, with Commons making way for Dean Leacock and Stephen Pearson replaced James Bailey.

This change enabled Green to move up into midfield, with John Brayford moving across to right-back from centre-half, and it was the Rams number four who had the first attempt of the second period with a shot over the bar from the edge of the area.

Derby continued to have the better of the exchanges without creating a great deal as their opponets were largely content to sit on their lot, until Mackay decided another change was needed in the 61st minute when Whichelow came on for Buckley.

And it was the substitute who had the Hornets’ first attempt of the second half with 67 minutes on the clock when he drove forward before firing wide of Bywater’s near post from the edge of the 18-yard box.

McGinn then fizzed a half-volley from the same distance narrowly wide of the other post before substitute Pearson saw yellow for a foul on Deeney.

Graham wasn’t too far away from connecting with a Whichelow cross shot as the hosts looked to finish the game with a flourish.

Mingoia came on for Sordell with eight minutes remaining and they could have had a fourth in injury time when good defending prevented Deeney from converting a Graham cross at Bywater’s near post.

However, a rather low key and uneventful second half could not detract from the best sequence of results for ten years.

Watford: Loach; Mariappa, Bennett, Taylor, Doyley; Jenkins; Buckley (Whichelow 61), McGinn, Cowie (Deeney 82), Sordell (Mingoia 82), Graham. Not used: Hodson, Walker, Gilmartin and Massey.

Derby County: Bywater; Green, Barker, Brayford, Roberts; Bailey (Pearson 46), Addison, Savage; Bueno (Davies 84), Commons (Leacock 46); Porter. Not used: S Deeney, Buxton, Pringle and Doyle.

Bookings: Commons for dissent after 39 mins; Pearson for a foul on Deeney after 74 mins; Addison for a foul on Sordell after 82 mins.

Attendance: 12,917.

Referee: Gavin Ward.

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5:12pm Sat 15 Jan 11

KiwiHornet says...

Great result to continue a brilliant run. Just listened to the live commentary on Watford Player - excellent value. Worth getting up at 4am!
Really appreciate Malky's style of attacking with the ball on the ground. Yes, a young team but that just makes it even more exciting. Hope we can keep them all together. Looking forward to Cardiff already.
COYH!!
Great result to continue a brilliant run. Just listened to the live commentary on Watford Player - excellent value. Worth getting up at 4am! Really appreciate Malky's style of attacking with the ball on the ground. Yes, a young team but that just makes it even more exciting. Hope we can keep them all together. Looking forward to Cardiff already. COYH!! KiwiHornet

5:15pm Sat 15 Jan 11

Singapore Horn says...

Getting very nervous every Saturday, but it keeps getting better. I wish I was there to see it after all the years of nothing much.
30 degrees and humid!
Getting very nervous every Saturday, but it keeps getting better. I wish I was there to see it after all the years of nothing much. 30 degrees and humid! Singapore Horn

5:15pm Sat 15 Jan 11

Scoredell says...

the football we are playing is beautiful, truly truly is
the football we are playing is beautiful, truly truly is Scoredell

5:17pm Sat 15 Jan 11

Scoredell says...

the football we are playing is beautiful, truly truly is
the football we are playing is beautiful, truly truly is Scoredell

5:26pm Sat 15 Jan 11

mickallen57 says...

Oh Sh** I have nothing to moan about .Well done Malky and the record breaking Horns I am just basking in the ambiance
Oh Sh** I have nothing to moan about .Well done Malky and the record breaking Horns I am just basking in the ambiance mickallen57

5:27pm Sat 15 Jan 11

mickallen57 says...

Oh Sh** I have nothing to moan about .Well done Malky and the record breaking Horns I am just basking in the ambiance
Oh Sh** I have nothing to moan about .Well done Malky and the record breaking Horns I am just basking in the ambiance mickallen57

5:46pm Sat 15 Jan 11

Rick Goalden says...

I couldn't make today because of work commitments but i have to say, i've missed the last three home games and we've had resounding successes. Maybe i better stay away until the end of the season.

My only concern is that we are peaking too early....there's no way we can keep this going and it will be a test for the manager when a couple of defeats creep in, as they inevitably will.

If we can keep the team together, add a left back and another more experienced centre back, then on current form the play offs come May is well within our reach.

But if the board capitulates and sells the likes of Graham and Cowie we could well begin to struggle again.
I couldn't make today because of work commitments but i have to say, i've missed the last three home games and we've had resounding successes. Maybe i better stay away until the end of the season. My only concern is that we are peaking too early....there's no way we can keep this going and it will be a test for the manager when a couple of defeats creep in, as they inevitably will. If we can keep the team together, add a left back and another more experienced centre back, then on current form the play offs come May is well within our reach. But if the board capitulates and sells the likes of Graham and Cowie we could well begin to struggle again. Rick Goalden

6:04pm Sat 15 Jan 11

WFC4ever says...

Very dominating performance after a couple of shaky moments in defence early on.

Really showed the signs of a team in form and with great confidence as proven by the 3 well taken goals!

You wouldn't know we'd lost 4-1 to Derby earlier in the season!

Taylor was great in defence and Loach hardly had anything to do.
Very dominating performance after a couple of shaky moments in defence early on. Really showed the signs of a team in form and with great confidence as proven by the 3 well taken goals! You wouldn't know we'd lost 4-1 to Derby earlier in the season! Taylor was great in defence and Loach hardly had anything to do. WFC4ever

6:08pm Sat 15 Jan 11

On the bright side says...

Rick Goalden wrote:
I couldn't make today because of work commitments but i have to say, i've missed the last three home games and we've had resounding successes. Maybe i better stay away until the end of the season.

My only concern is that we are peaking too early....there's no way we can keep this going and it will be a test for the manager when a couple of defeats creep in, as they inevitably will.

If we can keep the team together, add a left back and another more experienced centre back, then on current form the play offs come May is well within our reach.

But if the board capitulates and sells the likes of Graham and Cowie we could well begin to struggle again.
Do us all a favour Rick - stay away and stop posting!

Life is better without you!

Well done Watford - against a lack lustre Derby.

Was at the game and would like to see a bit more effort from Deeney and also Sordell.

Badly need Eustace back for the Cardiff game
[quote][p][bold]Rick Goalden[/bold] wrote: I couldn't make today because of work commitments but i have to say, i've missed the last three home games and we've had resounding successes. Maybe i better stay away until the end of the season. My only concern is that we are peaking too early....there's no way we can keep this going and it will be a test for the manager when a couple of defeats creep in, as they inevitably will. If we can keep the team together, add a left back and another more experienced centre back, then on current form the play offs come May is well within our reach. But if the board capitulates and sells the likes of Graham and Cowie we could well begin to struggle again.[/p][/quote]Do us all a favour Rick - stay away and stop posting! Life is better without you! Well done Watford - against a lack lustre Derby. Was at the game and would like to see a bit more effort from Deeney and also Sordell. Badly need Eustace back for the Cardiff game On the bright side

6:11pm Sat 15 Jan 11

enlightened one says...

Stay away forever p.Rick ! U just can't resist the barbed comments can u.I'm looking forward to u being the first one here at 10 to 5 when we lose,grizzling like a five year old.


Fantastic performance DGs not doing too badly for a div 2 quality player.Played some quality stuff inspite of the pitch.CoYHs !!!!!

Good to see Cally onthe pitch at half time.
Stay away forever p.Rick ! U just can't resist the barbed comments can u.I'm looking forward to u being the first one here at 10 to 5 when we lose,grizzling like a five year old. Fantastic performance DGs not doing too badly for a div 2 quality player.Played some quality stuff inspite of the pitch.CoYHs !!!!! Good to see Cally onthe pitch at half time. enlightened one

6:13pm Sat 15 Jan 11

Branimir Belchev says...

There`s only 1 Dale Bennett....la la la...Glad that he`s finally in the starting 11...truly deserved. COYH
There`s only 1 Dale Bennett....la la la...Glad that he`s finally in the starting 11...truly deserved. COYH Branimir Belchev

6:13pm Sat 15 Jan 11

rousman 2 says...

1st half performance very good 2nd half played to deep at times not so good, Derby were poor still another 3 points.
1st half performance very good 2nd half played to deep at times not so good, Derby were poor still another 3 points. rousman 2

6:17pm Sat 15 Jan 11

WFC4ever says...

rousman 2 wrote:
1st half performance very good 2nd half played to deep at times not so good, Derby were poor still another 3 points.
True - I think we kind of settled for 3 and Derby seemed to give up too!

We still had the better chances despite being half-hearted!
[quote][p][bold]rousman 2[/bold] wrote: 1st half performance very good 2nd half played to deep at times not so good, Derby were poor still another 3 points.[/p][/quote]True - I think we kind of settled for 3 and Derby seemed to give up too! We still had the better chances despite being half-hearted! WFC4ever

6:24pm Sat 15 Jan 11

jalvin says...

Two words

savage AAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHH
Two words savage AAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHH jalvin

6:24pm Sat 15 Jan 11

Randall94 says...

"On the bright side" - whilst I obviously agree with you about Rick, I don't understand your Deeney comment. He has been unlikely with the form of the front two and when he gets some game time it is out of position, but I am so impressed with his effort (and at times, football brain.) At one time he superbly robbed a Derby defender by the left hand corner flag having chased over from his right side starting position.

A good long term signing I think.
"On the bright side" - whilst I obviously agree with you about Rick, I don't understand your Deeney comment. He has been unlikely with the form of the front two and when he gets some game time it is out of position, but I am so impressed with his effort (and at times, football brain.) At one time he superbly robbed a Derby defender by the left hand corner flag having chased over from his right side starting position. A good long term signing I think. Randall94

6:26pm Sat 15 Jan 11

Randall94 says...

"Unlikely" should have read "unlucky"!!
"Unlikely" should have read "unlucky"!! Randall94

6:34pm Sat 15 Jan 11

GloryHornetBoys says...

Yes,Rick,first thing I've heard from you that makes sense!Please please stay away from the ground, and the forums! It proves you have no life that you come on here despite being hated intensely by the huge majority. Why not just say 'well done' and leave it at that. You're predicitons have, no joke, been the widest of the mark I have ever seen because you judge far far far too early. Anyway, what an easy win, so convincing, just brilliant, get players back, LB -Taylor, another defender, I'd go De Laet, highly rated at Man U, and Andros Townsend who can play all across midfield or in sordell's behind the ST role, then we have depth aswell, and then I'll be more convinced we can keep a long run going and not start slipping. COYH!
Yes,Rick,first thing I've heard from you that makes sense!Please please stay away from the ground, and the forums! It proves you have no life that you come on here despite being hated intensely by the huge majority. Why not just say 'well done' and leave it at that. You're predicitons have, no joke, been the widest of the mark I have ever seen because you judge far far far too early. Anyway, what an easy win, so convincing, just brilliant, get players back, LB -Taylor, another defender, I'd go De Laet, highly rated at Man U, and Andros Townsend who can play all across midfield or in sordell's behind the ST role, then we have depth aswell, and then I'll be more convinced we can keep a long run going and not start slipping. COYH! GloryHornetBoys

6:36pm Sat 15 Jan 11

N Joydegame says...

Man of the match today was definitely Martin Taylor. One of the most accomplished centre back displays we've seen for a long long time.

He calmed Bennett down after a very shaky start, and read the game beautifully to snuff out every Derby attack. They didn't get a single shot or header on target all match.

Great display, and well done MM and all the boys. Weekends feel so much better with 3 points in the bag.

U'Orns
Man of the match today was definitely Martin Taylor. One of the most accomplished centre back displays we've seen for a long long time. He calmed Bennett down after a very shaky start, and read the game beautifully to snuff out every Derby attack. They didn't get a single shot or header on target all match. Great display, and well done MM and all the boys. Weekends feel so much better with 3 points in the bag. U'Orns N Joydegame

6:47pm Sat 15 Jan 11

FelixTheHorn says...

I thought we played some fab football today. The move leading up to and finish for SuperDan's goal were excellent. And having listened to Savage saying how he hates Watford fans it was just delightful to see the brainless one trudging off at the end.
COYH!!!
I thought we played some fab football today. The move leading up to and finish for SuperDan's goal were excellent. And having listened to Savage saying how he hates Watford fans it was just delightful to see the brainless one trudging off at the end. COYH!!! FelixTheHorn

6:52pm Sat 15 Jan 11

Dr.Oftaw says...

thanks to the pitch and derby not the free flowing football we have seen of late but a great result, still sorely need a left back to revert the back 4 to how it was though.thought Taylor was immense today and graham surely best striker in the championship, sordell can only get better and better learning alongside him. please do not sell our top asset.
thanks to the pitch and derby not the free flowing football we have seen of late but a great result, still sorely need a left back to revert the back 4 to how it was though.thought Taylor was immense today and graham surely best striker in the championship, sordell can only get better and better learning alongside him. please do not sell our top asset. Dr.Oftaw

6:57pm Sat 15 Jan 11

tomr92 says...

Piero wooooahhh
Piero wooooahhh
he's lighting up the game
we can't pronounce his name
Piero wooooahhh Piero wooooahhh he's lighting up the game we can't pronounce his name tomr92

7:39pm Sat 15 Jan 11

D.unstable says...

Another excellent performance. Once the first goal went in it was never in doubt. Let's hope we can get a few reinforcements in this month without letting any of this squad go.

Keep it going malky and the boys, it just goes to show that we should fear nobody in this league.
Another excellent performance. Once the first goal went in it was never in doubt. Let's hope we can get a few reinforcements in this month without letting any of this squad go. Keep it going malky and the boys, it just goes to show that we should fear nobody in this league. D.unstable

7:46pm Sat 15 Jan 11

Hornet Cornet says...

Went to the game today and it wasn't a great match but it was a great result. Derby were pants, we didn't have to do too much and fully deserved to win.

As for Goalden, we really haven't peaked yet so don't worry.

Malky is doing great and Danny G is en route to becoming a legend. I am liking the way this season is going.

The Cornet
Went to the game today and it wasn't a great match but it was a great result. Derby were pants, we didn't have to do too much and fully deserved to win. As for Goalden, we really haven't peaked yet so don't worry. Malky is doing great and Danny G is en route to becoming a legend. I am liking the way this season is going. The Cornet Hornet Cornet

8:03pm Sat 15 Jan 11

Hornet1970 says...

superb result without our captain / mutch and best left back weve had for a long time (taylor). Still derby were pretty poor and kept running in to their own players LOL....Great to give savage the bird..

On wards and upwards...U horns
superb result without our captain / mutch and best left back weve had for a long time (taylor). Still derby were pretty poor and kept running in to their own players LOL....Great to give savage the bird.. On wards and upwards...U horns Hornet1970

8:21pm Sat 15 Jan 11

Mangoputney says...

Rick sat on the roof
I pushed him right off
a few of his verses
had got me quite cross

and Rick can tell everbody
he is a mong
he may be quite simple
and a little bit dumb

I hope you don't mind
I hope you don't mind
that I put down in words
How frightful your posts are
now get back to your ward
Rick sat on the roof I pushed him right off a few of his verses had got me quite cross and Rick can tell everbody he is a mong he may be quite simple and a little bit dumb I hope you don't mind I hope you don't mind that I put down in words How frightful your posts are now get back to your ward Mangoputney

8:26pm Sat 15 Jan 11

Johnny Ryden says...

The report understates just how good the build up was for the second goal by saying "The Hornets’ top scorer started the move near halfway with an intelligent knock down to Sordell".

In fact, I think the move started deep in our own half on the right with Dale Bennett!
The report understates just how good the build up was for the second goal by saying "The Hornets’ top scorer started the move near halfway with an intelligent knock down to Sordell". In fact, I think the move started deep in our own half on the right with Dale Bennett! Johnny Ryden

8:29pm Sat 15 Jan 11

grahamwfc says...

N Joydegame wrote:
Man of the match today was definitely Martin Taylor. One of the most accomplished centre back displays we've seen for a long long time.

He calmed Bennett down after a very shaky start, and read the game beautifully to snuff out every Derby attack. They didn't get a single shot or header on target all match.

Great display, and well done MM and all the boys. Weekends feel so much better with 3 points in the bag.

U'Orns
spot on - he was fantastic.

Hope Cowie going off was precautionary & Will's is just a small knock - his pace must scare the crap out of the opposition & the final ball is getting better.
Dale imoroved as he settled down & he throws his body on the line so many times although I think Aidy is less effective at Fullback.
Thought Rosco had a good game too & Mcginn is starting to deliver.
Hope the bl**dy transfe window closes soon
COYH
[quote][p][bold]N Joydegame[/bold] wrote: Man of the match today was definitely Martin Taylor. One of the most accomplished centre back displays we've seen for a long long time. He calmed Bennett down after a very shaky start, and read the game beautifully to snuff out every Derby attack. They didn't get a single shot or header on target all match. Great display, and well done MM and all the boys. Weekends feel so much better with 3 points in the bag. U'Orns[/p][/quote]spot on - he was fantastic. Hope Cowie going off was precautionary & Will's is just a small knock - his pace must scare the crap out of the opposition & the final ball is getting better. Dale imoroved as he settled down & he throws his body on the line so many times although I think Aidy is less effective at Fullback. Thought Rosco had a good game too & Mcginn is starting to deliver. Hope the bl**dy transfe window closes soon COYH grahamwfc

8:51pm Sat 15 Jan 11

stevemag says...

ANDREW TAYLOR........

I gather Andrew started for boro today and played left midfield. Bearing in mind they won 4 nil i guess that may make it very unlikely that they will now let him go ?
ANDREW TAYLOR........ I gather Andrew started for boro today and played left midfield. Bearing in mind they won 4 nil i guess that may make it very unlikely that they will now let him go ? stevemag

8:56pm Sat 15 Jan 11

rookerynook says...

I can't understand the comment about Deeney's lack of effort. I thought he was trying to get through 90m work in 45. Just one example: Marriappa went forward to cover the winger who had possession. Deeney immediately slotted into the left back position to provide cover. Then, when we won possession back, he was charging up the wing - and it's useful to have someone out wide who can hold up the ball.
DG will run for anything, but towards the end he looked as if he was struggling. He would never ask to come off, but at 3-0 up it would have been prudent to protect our prize asset.
After he'd kept his first clean sheet of the season, Loach said that it was like scoring a hat-trick. Well, that must be the easiest hat-trick he's never scored!
Guess who were the favourites for relegation from the Championship last year: Blackpool! I sense a second bolt of lightning! COYH!
I can't understand the comment about Deeney's lack of effort. I thought he was trying to get through 90m work in 45. Just one example: Marriappa went forward to cover the winger who had possession. Deeney immediately slotted into the left back position to provide cover. Then, when we won possession back, he was charging up the wing - and it's useful to have someone out wide who can hold up the ball. DG will run for anything, but towards the end he looked as if he was struggling. He would never ask to come off, but at 3-0 up it would have been prudent to protect our prize asset. After he'd kept his first clean sheet of the season, Loach said that it was like scoring a hat-trick. Well, that must be the easiest hat-trick he's never scored! Guess who were the favourites for relegation from the Championship last year: Blackpool! I sense a second bolt of lightning! COYH! rookerynook

9:00pm Sat 15 Jan 11

rookerynook says...

Of course it should have read: Deeney immediately slotted into the right back position to provide cover. Then, when we won possession back, he was charging up the wing - and it's useful to have someone out wide who can hold up the ball.
DG will run for anything, but towards the end he looked as if he was struggling. He would never ask to come off, but at 3-0 up it would have been prudent to protect our prize asset.
After he'd kept his first clean sheet of the season, Loach said that it was like scoring a hat-trick. Well, that must be the easiest hat-trick he's never scored!
Guess who were the favourites for relegation from the Championship last year: Blackpool! I sense a second bolt of lightning! COYH!
Of course it should have read: Deeney immediately slotted into the right back position to provide cover. Then, when we won possession back, he was charging up the wing - and it's useful to have someone out wide who can hold up the ball. DG will run for anything, but towards the end he looked as if he was struggling. He would never ask to come off, but at 3-0 up it would have been prudent to protect our prize asset. After he'd kept his first clean sheet of the season, Loach said that it was like scoring a hat-trick. Well, that must be the easiest hat-trick he's never scored! Guess who were the favourites for relegation from the Championship last year: Blackpool! I sense a second bolt of lightning! COYH! rookerynook

9:01pm Sat 15 Jan 11

cliff46 says...

On the bright side---I agree with all your comments apart the Deeney one. I was hugely impressed with the bust a gut effort he made on several occasions to support his full back. He is a valuable member of the squad and is unlucky that Graham and Sordell are is such terrific form, I have no doubt that he will more than justify his transfer fee.
Given the poor pitch our first half football was tremendous.
Sordell is becoming a real handfull. Graham was excellent as ever. Buckley has terrific ability and his crossing has improved no end. Taylor had one of his best games. It was nice to see Jenkins showing a return to the standard he reached when he first broke into the team.
Well done Malky and Sean long may it continue.
On the bright side---I agree with all your comments apart the Deeney one. I was hugely impressed with the bust a gut effort he made on several occasions to support his full back. He is a valuable member of the squad and is unlucky that Graham and Sordell are is such terrific form, I have no doubt that he will more than justify his transfer fee. Given the poor pitch our first half football was tremendous. Sordell is becoming a real handfull. Graham was excellent as ever. Buckley has terrific ability and his crossing has improved no end. Taylor had one of his best games. It was nice to see Jenkins showing a return to the standard he reached when he first broke into the team. Well done Malky and Sean long may it continue. cliff46

9:05pm Sat 15 Jan 11

Hornet Cornet says...

For the record, I thought that Deeney was very effective when he came on. He showed a bit more purpose than a few others, possibly because he's playing for his place, bit I can't fault the chap at all. He's going to become an effective player for us and I'm glad we bought up.

HC
For the record, I thought that Deeney was very effective when he came on. He showed a bit more purpose than a few others, possibly because he's playing for his place, bit I can't fault the chap at all. He's going to become an effective player for us and I'm glad we bought up. HC Hornet Cornet

9:13pm Sat 15 Jan 11

hornetto says...

Scoredell wrote:
the football we are playing is beautiful, truly truly is
I agree. Sordell's touch is sumptuous and Martin Taylor has come on leaps and bounds since last season. Even with a bumpy pitch we can knock the ball around for fun. We are creating chances and with Graham's juicy finishing there is no stopping us. COYH!
[quote][p][bold]Scoredell[/bold] wrote: the football we are playing is beautiful, truly truly is[/p][/quote]I agree. Sordell's touch is sumptuous and Martin Taylor has come on leaps and bounds since last season. Even with a bumpy pitch we can knock the ball around for fun. We are creating chances and with Graham's juicy finishing there is no stopping us. COYH! hornetto

9:24pm Sat 15 Jan 11

Mid Sussex Horn says...

So did anyone hear Savage on the radio moaning like the little girl he is saying that MM had asked the players to target him? what a tw*t
So did anyone hear Savage on the radio moaning like the little girl he is saying that MM had asked the players to target him? what a tw*t Mid Sussex Horn

9:24pm Sat 15 Jan 11

Surrey Horn says...

Bl**dy fantastic that's the only way I can describe what's it's like being a Watford fan at the moment! In a short period of time we tore Derby apart today. The way we pass at times and the way the boys play for each other is a joy to watch. Our attack must be scaring defences witless and it's great to see sone of our upcoming youth players getting a look in (apart from those already in the team). If it wasn't for the cr@p pitch we would have played even better today.
Martin Taylor was my man of the match today, his composure, interceptions and precedes in central defences is fantastic. Agree with all the positive posts about Deeney he ran his heart out and was a troubled their defence along with our usual stars. HOWEVER, my big concern is our vocal support, whilst the Rookery was pretty lively today... It's about time the club connected the Rous stand to a few thousand volts, it might help to wake up everyone up in there and make a bit of noise. If our league position was dictated by the quality of our home support we'd be fighting off relegation. FFS, our team deserve much better, get behind them!!!
Bl**dy fantastic that's the only way I can describe what's it's like being a Watford fan at the moment! In a short period of time we tore Derby apart today. The way we pass at times and the way the boys play for each other is a joy to watch. Our attack must be scaring defences witless and it's great to see sone of our upcoming youth players getting a look in (apart from those already in the team). If it wasn't for the cr@p pitch we would have played even better today. Martin Taylor was my man of the match today, his composure, interceptions and precedes in central defences is fantastic. Agree with all the positive posts about Deeney he ran his heart out and was a troubled their defence along with our usual stars. HOWEVER, my big concern is our vocal support, whilst the Rookery was pretty lively today... It's about time the club connected the Rous stand to a few thousand volts, it might help to wake up everyone up in there and make a bit of noise. If our league position was dictated by the quality of our home support we'd be fighting off relegation. FFS, our team deserve much better, get behind them!!! Surrey Horn

9:26pm Sat 15 Jan 11

luther blissett says...

On the bright side, it is not only your Deeney comment I disagree with, but also the Sordell one. He worked his socks off today.

It's just like the bloke sitting behind me. He was slating Sordell for not reaching the Buckley cross where he had to slide in and had no right to reach. Then there was no acknowledgement when he put through a brilliant pass to Buckley for the Graham goal and then scored himself.
On the bright side, it is not only your Deeney comment I disagree with, but also the Sordell one. He worked his socks off today. It's just like the bloke sitting behind me. He was slating Sordell for not reaching the Buckley cross where he had to slide in and had no right to reach. Then there was no acknowledgement when he put through a brilliant pass to Buckley for the Graham goal and then scored himself. luther blissett

9:31pm Sat 15 Jan 11

SAHornet says...

Mangoputney wrote:
Rick sat on the roof I pushed him right off a few of his verses had got me quite cross and Rick can tell everbody he is a mong he may be quite simple and a little bit dumb I hope you don't mind I hope you don't mind that I put down in words How frightful your posts are now get back to your ward
Sir E. J aint eating his heart out but amusing never the less
[quote][p][bold]Mangoputney[/bold] wrote: Rick sat on the roof I pushed him right off a few of his verses had got me quite cross and Rick can tell everbody he is a mong he may be quite simple and a little bit dumb I hope you don't mind I hope you don't mind that I put down in words How frightful your posts are now get back to your ward[/p][/quote]Sir E. J aint eating his heart out but amusing never the less SAHornet

9:36pm Sat 15 Jan 11

WFTTWTFR says...

Massive piece of (probably misplaced) optimism here - I think we can go all the way to auto promotion this season. All our strikers are on fire in terms of positioning and pace, and we are putting weaker teams away in a way that we haven't done for ages. If we had kept up the first half tempo it could have been five or six nil, but the game was won by half time anyway. Like Pompey, Derby were very poor, but these are mid table not relegation bound sides. Keep this together, and this could be a huge season for us. COYH!
Massive piece of (probably misplaced) optimism here - I think we can go all the way to auto promotion this season. All our strikers are on fire in terms of positioning and pace, and we are putting weaker teams away in a way that we haven't done for ages. If we had kept up the first half tempo it could have been five or six nil, but the game was won by half time anyway. Like Pompey, Derby were very poor, but these are mid table not relegation bound sides. Keep this together, and this could be a huge season for us. COYH! WFTTWTFR

9:39pm Sat 15 Jan 11

luther blissett says...

Anyone else think we could aim for higher than the play offs?

And I do have my feet on the ground. I would still be happy with mid table but I really think we are that good compared to the teams we have seen.
Anyone else think we could aim for higher than the play offs? And I do have my feet on the ground. I would still be happy with mid table but I really think we are that good compared to the teams we have seen. luther blissett

9:42pm Sat 15 Jan 11

There was only one Scully says...

Great performance by the boys today and a very deserved victory.
My views from my observatory post as follows:
Loach, to hesitant in the first half and indecisive in calling for the obvious ball at times. 6
Marriappa: Out of position and at times got sucked inside 2 assist DB but otherwise a reasonable game, 7.
Bennet: Sorry but there were 2 many times in the first half he was bailed out for silly errors by AM & MT. I agree a run in the side may help him to get back to the early promise. 6.
M. Taylor: Well what can I say about an outstanding performance from a player who gets better and better. 9.
Doyley: A good uncompromising display from 1 of the best defenders in the club. 7.
Jenkins: Needs to defend in a more forward position. Always available and I think has great potential as a holding midfielder. 7.
McGynn: At times effective but this was his first game back after that thug challenge. 7.
Cowie: A shame he was not fully match fit. Great cross for the opener by Buckley though.7
Buckley: An average game by his recent high standards. Needs to be doing the biz more often. Needs more self belief. Has got the ability to be an
outstanding talent. 7
Graham: The divisions most hard working striker reminds me of Shearer/Lineker in their prime. 8.
Sordell: Wonderful ability to turn players and at times he tends to not read the situation to release the ball when earlier when, others are on. Still learning and what a talent in the making. 7.
Subs:
Deeney: He done his best to unsettle their rearranged defence. I prefer to see him wide instead of up front. 6.
Witchellow: This boy has got it all and I believe will be 1 to watch. 7.
Mingoia: Was not involved enough after his debut last week. 6.
Well there you have my views and as I said I am privileged from my position in the upper Rous.
We are playing some of the best football I have witnessed here at the Vic for many years and all credit to MM/SD. A pleasure to be there today.
Great performance by the boys today and a very deserved victory. My views from my observatory post as follows: Loach, to hesitant in the first half and indecisive in calling for the obvious ball at times. 6 Marriappa: Out of position and at times got sucked inside 2 assist DB but otherwise a reasonable game, 7. Bennet: Sorry but there were 2 many times in the first half he was bailed out for silly errors by AM & MT. I agree a run in the side may help him to get back to the early promise. 6. M. Taylor: Well what can I say about an outstanding performance from a player who gets better and better. 9. Doyley: A good uncompromising display from 1 of the best defenders in the club. 7. Jenkins: Needs to defend in a more forward position. Always available and I think has great potential as a holding midfielder. 7. McGynn: At times effective but this was his first game back after that thug challenge. 7. Cowie: A shame he was not fully match fit. Great cross for the opener by Buckley though.7 Buckley: An average game by his recent high standards. Needs to be doing the biz more often. Needs more self belief. Has got the ability to be an outstanding talent. 7 Graham: The divisions most hard working striker reminds me of Shearer/Lineker in their prime. 8. Sordell: Wonderful ability to turn players and at times he tends to not read the situation to release the ball when earlier when, others are on. Still learning and what a talent in the making. 7. Subs: Deeney: He done his best to unsettle their rearranged defence. I prefer to see him wide instead of up front. 6. Witchellow: This boy has got it all and I believe will be 1 to watch. 7. Mingoia: Was not involved enough after his debut last week. 6. Well there you have my views and as I said I am privileged from my position in the upper Rous. We are playing some of the best football I have witnessed here at the Vic for many years and all credit to MM/SD. A pleasure to be there today. There was only one Scully

9:43pm Sat 15 Jan 11

luther blissett says...

WFTTWTFR, you beat me to it!!!
WFTTWTFR, you beat me to it!!! luther blissett

10:13pm Sat 15 Jan 11

Surrey Horn says...

Mangoputney wrote:
Rick sat on the roof
I pushed him right off
a few of his verses
had got me quite cross

and Rick can tell everbody
he is a mong
he may be quite simple
and a little bit dumb

I hope you don't mind
I hope you don't mind
that I put down in words
How frightful your posts are
now get back to your ward
More, more, more....love it!!
[quote][p][bold]Mangoputney[/bold] wrote: Rick sat on the roof I pushed him right off a few of his verses had got me quite cross and Rick can tell everbody he is a mong he may be quite simple and a little bit dumb I hope you don't mind I hope you don't mind that I put down in words How frightful your posts are now get back to your ward[/p][/quote]More, more, more....love it!! Surrey Horn

10:16pm Sat 15 Jan 11

Surrey Horn says...

WFTTWTFR wrote:
Massive piece of (probably misplaced) optimism here - I think we can go all the way to auto promotion this season. All our strikers are on fire in terms of positioning and pace, and we are putting weaker teams away in a way that we haven't done for ages. If we had kept up the first half tempo it could have been five or six nil, but the game was won by half time anyway. Like Pompey, Derby were very poor, but these are mid table not relegation bound sides. Keep this together, and this could be a huge season for us. COYH!
Be optimistic..enjoy it...couldn't agree more!! COYH's!
[quote][p][bold]WFTTWTFR[/bold] wrote: Massive piece of (probably misplaced) optimism here - I think we can go all the way to auto promotion this season. All our strikers are on fire in terms of positioning and pace, and we are putting weaker teams away in a way that we haven't done for ages. If we had kept up the first half tempo it could have been five or six nil, but the game was won by half time anyway. Like Pompey, Derby were very poor, but these are mid table not relegation bound sides. Keep this together, and this could be a huge season for us. COYH![/p][/quote]Be optimistic..enjoy it...couldn't agree more!! COYH's! Surrey Horn

10:51pm Sat 15 Jan 11

cliff46 says...

When I posted earlier I meant to say that my only dissapointment today was the size of the crowd.
I don't know what else the team can expected to do to get the attendance up to 15k plus.
I think the Prof in the past has said that the club should allow cash entry on match days and I agree with that.
If we are still top six come March the crowds might increase but if we want the board to hang on to our most saleable players until the summer at least we would be helpful if crowds increased during the transfer window.
When I posted earlier I meant to say that my only dissapointment today was the size of the crowd. I don't know what else the team can expected to do to get the attendance up to 15k plus. I think the Prof in the past has said that the club should allow cash entry on match days and I agree with that. If we are still top six come March the crowds might increase but if we want the board to hang on to our most saleable players until the summer at least we would be helpful if crowds increased during the transfer window. cliff46

11:51pm Sat 15 Jan 11

dorphil says...

Clough commented on the Derby website that his team played pretty well apart from a mad ten minutes when watford scored three goals. He must have been watching a different game. Derby were poor and completely outclassed. It always amazes me that when Watford win easily they usually get little credit from the opposing manager.
Clough commented on the Derby website that his team played pretty well apart from a mad ten minutes when watford scored three goals. He must have been watching a different game. Derby were poor and completely outclassed. It always amazes me that when Watford win easily they usually get little credit from the opposing manager. dorphil

1:28am Sun 16 Jan 11

WFC4ever says...

Maybe covering his own failings?

I was expected a big surge of pressure from Derby 2nd half which never came and infact they tok off an attacking player for another defender!

Just think of the uproar if Malky did that when were 3 down..

Clough is a man under pressure with 7 defeats out of 9 including the shock cup exit.

Just shows how quickly football can change though!
Maybe covering his own failings? I was expected a big surge of pressure from Derby 2nd half which never came and infact they tok off an attacking player for another defender! Just think of the uproar if Malky did that when were 3 down.. Clough is a man under pressure with 7 defeats out of 9 including the shock cup exit. Just shows how quickly football can change though! WFC4ever

1:30am Sun 16 Jan 11

RookerySG says...

Singapore Horn wrote:
Getting very nervous every Saturday, but it keeps getting better. I wish I was there to see it after all the years of nothing much.
30 degrees and humid!
Great win, brilliant run now.

FAO Singapore Horn - Hi, I am living on Holland Road, always up for a beer and horns chat. Drop me an sms on 81266015, Cheers Jim
[quote][p][bold]Singapore Horn[/bold] wrote: Getting very nervous every Saturday, but it keeps getting better. I wish I was there to see it after all the years of nothing much. 30 degrees and humid![/p][/quote]Great win, brilliant run now. FAO Singapore Horn - Hi, I am living on Holland Road, always up for a beer and horns chat. Drop me an sms on 81266015, Cheers Jim RookerySG

7:58am Sun 16 Jan 11

corbindallas says...

What an international support base Watford has posting here! Great performance again from the boys a team that can go all the way for automatic promotion me thinks, why not!! Great to see what we are achieving with such a young team like everyone else I hope we can keep hold of our players this window especially Graham who is worth millions now and to think when we brought him people where moaning about the tribunal price!
What an international support base Watford has posting here! Great performance again from the boys a team that can go all the way for automatic promotion me thinks, why not!! Great to see what we are achieving with such a young team like everyone else I hope we can keep hold of our players this window especially Graham who is worth millions now and to think when we brought him people where moaning about the tribunal price! corbindallas

8:45am Sun 16 Jan 11

SAHornet says...

dorphil wrote:
Clough commented on the Derby website that his team played pretty well apart from a mad ten minutes when watford scored three goals. He must have been watching a different game. Derby were poor and completely outclassed. It always amazes me that when Watford win easily they usually get little credit from the opposing manager.
That's probably cos he crapping himself for his job after their last several games
[quote][p][bold]dorphil[/bold] wrote: Clough commented on the Derby website that his team played pretty well apart from a mad ten minutes when watford scored three goals. He must have been watching a different game. Derby were poor and completely outclassed. It always amazes me that when Watford win easily they usually get little credit from the opposing manager.[/p][/quote]That's probably cos he crapping himself for his job after their last several games SAHornet

9:16am Sun 16 Jan 11

Mangoputney says...

And it seems to me Rick lives his live like a hatter in the wings
Never knowing who to cheer for when the ball went in
Rick would criticise anyone if he thought it would rid
his luton team died long before and the hornets never did!!
And it seems to me Rick lives his live like a hatter in the wings Never knowing who to cheer for when the ball went in Rick would criticise anyone if he thought it would rid his luton team died long before and the hornets never did!! Mangoputney

10:37am Sun 16 Jan 11

tgb1963 says...

Ricky is writing today on the WOB
I can see why he is thought of nothing but at kn*b
Oh and I can see Ricky posting his tripe
God it looks like rubbish must have clouds in his eyes
Ricky is writing today on the WOB I can see why he is thought of nothing but at kn*b Oh and I can see Ricky posting his tripe God it looks like rubbish must have clouds in his eyes tgb1963

10:56am Sun 16 Jan 11

luther blissett says...

Looks like Bernie Taupin reads the WO.
Looks like Bernie Taupin reads the WO. luther blissett

10:58am Sun 16 Jan 11

Mangoputney says...

When is Rick gonna come down
when is going to land
He should have stayed on the funnyfarm
he should have listened to his old man

no one enjoys his postings
they are full of anger and rage
no friends no presents for him to open
he wants to knock WFC players again
When is Rick gonna come down when is going to land He should have stayed on the funnyfarm he should have listened to his old man no one enjoys his postings they are full of anger and rage no friends no presents for him to open he wants to knock WFC players again Mangoputney

11:30am Sun 16 Jan 11

Apsley Ralph says...

RookerySG wrote:
Singapore Horn wrote: Getting very nervous every Saturday, but it keeps getting better. I wish I was there to see it after all the years of nothing much. 30 degrees and humid!
Great win, brilliant run now. FAO Singapore Horn - Hi, I am living on Holland Road, always up for a beer and horns chat. Drop me an sms on 81266015, Cheers Jim
Who needs Cilla Black eh!!

Another great win against a poor side without exactly playing as well as recent games, something we haven't done in recent years. Keep up the good work Malky.

Password: risk-keep, not sure who thinks these up! Risk, we're going for wins now where before we've settled for a point ie. Scunthorpe. Keep, a must for many of our saleable assets.

Enjoy your beer chaps, we'll all chip in over here to get Rick in a cage on Sentosa Island!
[quote][p][bold]RookerySG[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Singapore Horn[/bold] wrote: Getting very nervous every Saturday, but it keeps getting better. I wish I was there to see it after all the years of nothing much. 30 degrees and humid![/p][/quote]Great win, brilliant run now. FAO Singapore Horn - Hi, I am living on Holland Road, always up for a beer and horns chat. Drop me an sms on 81266015, Cheers Jim[/p][/quote]Who needs Cilla Black eh!! Another great win against a poor side without exactly playing as well as recent games, something we haven't done in recent years. Keep up the good work Malky. Password: risk-keep, not sure who thinks these up! Risk, we're going for wins now where before we've settled for a point ie. Scunthorpe. Keep, a must for many of our saleable assets. Enjoy your beer chaps, we'll all chip in over here to get Rick in a cage on Sentosa Island! Apsley Ralph

12:07pm Sun 16 Jan 11

allgood says...

Ricks negative bleatings are music to my ears, even before the season started he wanted Mackay,Dyche and Taylor out because of a few poor pre season games. The Norwich performance shut him up for a short while. Soon he was saying I cant see where the next win is coming from, within a few days we won 2-0 at Bristol City and 6-1 at Millwall. He always has a reason why he wasn't at the game after a good performance. You could call him an anti or un supporter. For a club the size of Watford surviving on 12,000 gates winning 7 in a row it dosn't get much better than this enjoy it!
Ricks negative bleatings are music to my ears, even before the season started he wanted Mackay,Dyche and Taylor out because of a few poor pre season games. The Norwich performance shut him up for a short while. Soon he was saying I cant see where the next win is coming from, within a few days we won 2-0 at Bristol City and 6-1 at Millwall. He always has a reason why he wasn't at the game after a good performance. You could call him an anti or un supporter. For a club the size of Watford surviving on 12,000 gates winning 7 in a row it dosn't get much better than this enjoy it! allgood

1:17pm Sun 16 Jan 11

rousman 2 says...

enlightened one wrote:
Stay away forever p.Rick ! U just can't resist the barbed comments can u.I'm looking forward to u being the first one here at 10 to 5 when we lose,grizzling like a five year old. Fantastic performance DGs not doing too badly for a div 2 quality player.Played some quality stuff inspite of the pitch.CoYHs !!!!! Good to see Cally onthe pitch at half time.
why does anyone even bother to comment on Rick's rubbish ?
[quote][p][bold]enlightened one[/bold] wrote: Stay away forever p.Rick ! U just can't resist the barbed comments can u.I'm looking forward to u being the first one here at 10 to 5 when we lose,grizzling like a five year old. Fantastic performance DGs not doing too badly for a div 2 quality player.Played some quality stuff inspite of the pitch.CoYHs !!!!! Good to see Cally onthe pitch at half time.[/p][/quote]why does anyone even bother to comment on Rick's rubbish ? rousman 2

2:53pm Sun 16 Jan 11

Scoredell says...

rousman 2 wrote:
enlightened one wrote:
Stay away forever p.Rick ! U just can't resist the barbed comments can u.I'm looking forward to u being the first one here at 10 to 5 when we lose,grizzling like a five year old. Fantastic performance DGs not doing too badly for a div 2 quality player.Played some quality stuff inspite of the pitch.CoYHs !!!!! Good to see Cally onthe pitch at half time.
why does anyone even bother to comment on Rick's rubbish ?
yeah I swear everyone just spends the whole time moaning about him, fair enough he is very negative, but its getting boring now all the constant moaning...
[quote][p][bold]rousman 2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]enlightened one[/bold] wrote: Stay away forever p.Rick ! U just can't resist the barbed comments can u.I'm looking forward to u being the first one here at 10 to 5 when we lose,grizzling like a five year old. Fantastic performance DGs not doing too badly for a div 2 quality player.Played some quality stuff inspite of the pitch.CoYHs !!!!! Good to see Cally onthe pitch at half time.[/p][/quote]why does anyone even bother to comment on Rick's rubbish ?[/p][/quote]yeah I swear everyone just spends the whole time moaning about him, fair enough he is very negative, but its getting boring now all the constant moaning... Scoredell

3:02pm Sun 16 Jan 11

Sammy Chung says...

I'm sorry but Loaches command of his area is sadly lacking for a keeper who is meant to be the next big thing. If big money is offered for him we should snap it up as Rene looks to be a great prospect.
I'm sorry but Loaches command of his area is sadly lacking for a keeper who is meant to be the next big thing. If big money is offered for him we should snap it up as Rene looks to be a great prospect. Sammy Chung

3:33pm Sun 16 Jan 11

pstannard1 says...

I still believe Rick Golden is Steve Claridge. He doesn't praise Watford much as he critisies. Can't face the fact that our club is heading towards a 3rd season in the Premier League and the bright lights of Manchester and Liverpool and dare i say it Blackpool and his or her club Luton are heading possibly to trips of Stevenage and aldershot LOL

But now is all the WOW factor of record breaking Watford and record breaker Graham. Can't believe how our season is a far better on than last. Shows we are unbeatable at the moment. Keep up the good work next weekend in South Wales
I still believe Rick Golden is Steve Claridge. He doesn't praise Watford much as he critisies. Can't face the fact that our club is heading towards a 3rd season in the Premier League and the bright lights of Manchester and Liverpool and dare i say it Blackpool and his or her club Luton are heading possibly to trips of Stevenage and aldershot LOL But now is all the WOW factor of record breaking Watford and record breaker Graham. Can't believe how our season is a far better on than last. Shows we are unbeatable at the moment. Keep up the good work next weekend in South Wales pstannard1

4:55pm Sun 16 Jan 11

On the bright side says...

pstannard1 wrote:
I still believe Rick Golden is Steve Claridge. He doesn't praise Watford much as he critisies. Can't face the fact that our club is heading towards a 3rd season in the Premier League and the bright lights of Manchester and Liverpool and dare i say it Blackpool and his or her club Luton are heading possibly to trips of Stevenage and aldershot LOL

But now is all the WOW factor of record breaking Watford and record breaker Graham. Can't believe how our season is a far better on than last. Shows we are unbeatable at the moment. Keep up the good work next weekend in South Wales
Definitely sounds like the deeply depressed Claridge. Or a hack from the WO or may be one of the salad munchers.
[quote][p][bold]pstannard1[/bold] wrote: I still believe Rick Golden is Steve Claridge. He doesn't praise Watford much as he critisies. Can't face the fact that our club is heading towards a 3rd season in the Premier League and the bright lights of Manchester and Liverpool and dare i say it Blackpool and his or her club Luton are heading possibly to trips of Stevenage and aldershot LOL But now is all the WOW factor of record breaking Watford and record breaker Graham. Can't believe how our season is a far better on than last. Shows we are unbeatable at the moment. Keep up the good work next weekend in South Wales[/p][/quote]Definitely sounds like the deeply depressed Claridge. Or a hack from the WO or may be one of the salad munchers. On the bright side

7:50pm Sun 16 Jan 11

GloryHornetBoys says...

To be fair I have to put him in his place, it is in no way moaning, just sticking up for my club.
To be fair I have to put him in his place, it is in no way moaning, just sticking up for my club. GloryHornetBoys

10:32pm Sun 16 Jan 11

D.unstable says...

Absolutely agree with some of the postings on here commenting on the attendance, I would have thought that a team in the form that we are in, scoring for fun and in a play off position should have an increasing attendance.

Although I appreciate that things are hard for a lot of people at the moment alot of people who are often on here commenting who don't attend and those that all come out the woodwork if we are drawn against a Man U or Chelsea in the cup should try and make the effort.

You are not going to see a more entertaining, attack minded, game that what Malky and these boys are putting on at the moment, and with a better atmosphere and larger support it really would be an extra man.

Seasons past we have had much larger gates whilst playing hoofball. Do post on here what really stops you from going week in week out, is it the fact you have to queue to get a ticket, the parking, allocated seating or simply the pricing. Let's let the club know because I am sure they would rather be reaching out to a larger section of the community and filling the 3 quarters of a ground that we currently have.

It would be pointless building a new stand with the current level of support other than to act as a wind break.
Absolutely agree with some of the postings on here commenting on the attendance, I would have thought that a team in the form that we are in, scoring for fun and in a play off position should have an increasing attendance. Although I appreciate that things are hard for a lot of people at the moment alot of people who are often on here commenting who don't attend and those that all come out the woodwork if we are drawn against a Man U or Chelsea in the cup should try and make the effort. You are not going to see a more entertaining, attack minded, game that what Malky and these boys are putting on at the moment, and with a better atmosphere and larger support it really would be an extra man. Seasons past we have had much larger gates whilst playing hoofball. Do post on here what really stops you from going week in week out, is it the fact you have to queue to get a ticket, the parking, allocated seating or simply the pricing. Let's let the club know because I am sure they would rather be reaching out to a larger section of the community and filling the 3 quarters of a ground that we currently have. It would be pointless building a new stand with the current level of support other than to act as a wind break. D.unstable

10:41pm Sun 16 Jan 11

Rick Goalden says...

You boys make me laugh with all your silly conspiracy theories ha ha.

I think if you read my comments again you will find that they are positive.

Malky Mackay has totally proven me wrong so far....

Graham is turning into the most effective and popular talisman since Sir Tommy Mooney and has totally proven me wrong

FACT....I have been wrong about almost everything this season, and thank god.

I have always said i am more than prepared to wipe the egg off my face....

And for those who question my validity as a supporter, sorry but i remember sitting through reserves games in the late 80s as Paul Rumble launched his obligatory long ball down the channels.....how many people can claim that dedication????
You boys make me laugh with all your silly conspiracy theories ha ha. I think if you read my comments again you will find that they are positive. Malky Mackay has totally proven me wrong so far.... Graham is turning into the most effective and popular talisman since Sir Tommy Mooney and has totally proven me wrong FACT....I have been wrong about almost everything this season, and thank god. I have always said i am more than prepared to wipe the egg off my face.... And for those who question my validity as a supporter, sorry but i remember sitting through reserves games in the late 80s as Paul Rumble launched his obligatory long ball down the channels.....how many people can claim that dedication???? Rick Goalden

10:48pm Sun 16 Jan 11

luther blissett says...

Rick Goalden wrote:
You boys make me laugh with all your silly conspiracy theories ha ha.

I think if you read my comments again you will find that they are positive.

Malky Mackay has totally proven me wrong so far....

Graham is turning into the most effective and popular talisman since Sir Tommy Mooney and has totally proven me wrong

FACT....I have been wrong about almost everything this season, and thank god.

I have always said i am more than prepared to wipe the egg off my face....

And for those who question my validity as a supporter, sorry but i remember sitting through reserves games in the late 80s as Paul Rumble launched his obligatory long ball down the channels.....how many people can claim that dedication????
Saying we have peaked too soon and waiting for the board to capitulate is not positive.

What I hate about you is that as soon as we lose one game, you will be moaning again. And you know you will. FACT.

God forbid we should finish 7th this season. You will be blaming GT for it!!!
[quote][p][bold]Rick Goalden[/bold] wrote: You boys make me laugh with all your silly conspiracy theories ha ha. I think if you read my comments again you will find that they are positive. Malky Mackay has totally proven me wrong so far.... Graham is turning into the most effective and popular talisman since Sir Tommy Mooney and has totally proven me wrong FACT....I have been wrong about almost everything this season, and thank god. I have always said i am more than prepared to wipe the egg off my face.... And for those who question my validity as a supporter, sorry but i remember sitting through reserves games in the late 80s as Paul Rumble launched his obligatory long ball down the channels.....how many people can claim that dedication????[/p][/quote]Saying we have peaked too soon and waiting for the board to capitulate is not positive. What I hate about you is that as soon as we lose one game, you will be moaning again. And you know you will. FACT. God forbid we should finish 7th this season. You will be blaming GT for it!!! luther blissett

11:06pm Sun 16 Jan 11

SAHornet says...

Rick Goalden wrote:
You boys make me laugh with all your silly conspiracy theories ha ha. I think if you read my comments again you will find that they are positive. Malky Mackay has totally proven me wrong so far.... Graham is turning into the most effective and popular talisman since Sir Tommy Mooney and has totally proven me wrong FACT....I have been wrong about almost everything this season, and thank god. I have always said i am more than prepared to wipe the egg off my face.... And for those who question my validity as a supporter, sorry but i remember sitting through reserves games in the late 80s as Paul Rumble launched his obligatory long ball down the channels.....how many people can claim that dedication????
Read carefully, fellow posters and react FAIRLY to Rick's post. It takes a big man to hold his hands up and say "I was wrong". Well said Rick. Keep up the positive attitude, eh?
[quote][p][bold]Rick Goalden[/bold] wrote: You boys make me laugh with all your silly conspiracy theories ha ha. I think if you read my comments again you will find that they are positive. Malky Mackay has totally proven me wrong so far.... Graham is turning into the most effective and popular talisman since Sir Tommy Mooney and has totally proven me wrong FACT....I have been wrong about almost everything this season, and thank god. I have always said i am more than prepared to wipe the egg off my face.... And for those who question my validity as a supporter, sorry but i remember sitting through reserves games in the late 80s as Paul Rumble launched his obligatory long ball down the channels.....how many people can claim that dedication????[/p][/quote]Read carefully, fellow posters and react FAIRLY to Rick's post. It takes a big man to hold his hands up and say "I was wrong". Well said Rick. Keep up the positive attitude, eh? SAHornet

11:16pm Sun 16 Jan 11

north carolina horn says...

Great to read postings from Horns fans around the world, so here's one from a horns fan of over 50 years, now in NC USA.
First ( p) Rick, you are just a baby in terms of supporting the 'Horns and your postings are always negetive, arguementative and narrow minded, so shut the Fook up,
To Malky and the boys, this is dream time, but reading all your comments, I know that you have your feet firmly planted on the ground, I also knew you would never desert the team, how could you ? having spent so much time and energy convincing young lads and parents alike that Watford FC is an exiting place to play and learn their trade, with opportunities that they would never get at other clubs.To GT, I take my hat off to you for the stability that you have brought to OUR club,during such a difficult period of redevelopment and transition, I never in my wildest dreams would have believed that we would be where we are right now, all based on hard work, a terrific belief in themselves and the team, who knows how far we can go, we just have to believe.
Finally, as you can imagine I can't get to many games, being 4000 miles away from the Vic but you can be sure that I will watch every minute of every game on sportinglife live every Saturday morning at 10.00 am our time.
You 'ORRRRRRRRRRnnnnnnnn
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Great to read postings from Horns fans around the world, so here's one from a horns fan of over 50 years, now in NC USA. First ( p) Rick, you are just a baby in terms of supporting the 'Horns and your postings are always negetive, arguementative and narrow minded, so shut the Fook up, To Malky and the boys, this is dream time, but reading all your comments, I know that you have your feet firmly planted on the ground, I also knew you would never desert the team, how could you ? having spent so much time and energy convincing young lads and parents alike that Watford FC is an exiting place to play and learn their trade, with opportunities that they would never get at other clubs.To GT, I take my hat off to you for the stability that you have brought to OUR club,during such a difficult period of redevelopment and transition, I never in my wildest dreams would have believed that we would be where we are right now, all based on hard work, a terrific belief in themselves and the team, who knows how far we can go, we just have to believe. Finally, as you can imagine I can't get to many games, being 4000 miles away from the Vic but you can be sure that I will watch every minute of every game on sportinglife live every Saturday morning at 10.00 am our time. You 'ORRRRRRRRRRnnnnnnnn s north carolina horn

11:27pm Sun 16 Jan 11

hurlsburls says...

Congratulations Malky and the boys, you are making us all proud. I was absolutely buzzing at half time, could not wipe the grin from my face.

I hope our good run of form continues and that our key players stay injury free. It would be great to make the play offs but right now I am just enjoying the moment. A youthful team who look like they are really doing their best. Thank you for reminding me how great it is to be a Watford fan.

As for Rick, I've read your comments for some time and resisted the temptation of coming on here to slate you. What would be the point, everyone has said it all before. So you're prepared to admit you are wrong. Big deal?! Like someone else posted, you are quick to jump to conclusions and they are usually negative. Thank goodness you have no decision making power within the club. Leave it to the people with common sense who know what they are doing. Oh, and many years of support does not make you better as a fan or your opinion any more valid. No doubt you will continue to keep trotting out the usual negativity. Well even when we lose in the rest of the season I won't mind because what I've seen in the last 7 games has renewed my belief. Keep the faith!
Congratulations Malky and the boys, you are making us all proud. I was absolutely buzzing at half time, could not wipe the grin from my face. I hope our good run of form continues and that our key players stay injury free. It would be great to make the play offs but right now I am just enjoying the moment. A youthful team who look like they are really doing their best. Thank you for reminding me how great it is to be a Watford fan. As for Rick, I've read your comments for some time and resisted the temptation of coming on here to slate you. What would be the point, everyone has said it all before. So you're prepared to admit you are wrong. Big deal?! Like someone else posted, you are quick to jump to conclusions and they are usually negative. Thank goodness you have no decision making power within the club. Leave it to the people with common sense who know what they are doing. Oh, and many years of support does not make you better as a fan or your opinion any more valid. No doubt you will continue to keep trotting out the usual negativity. Well even when we lose in the rest of the season I won't mind because what I've seen in the last 7 games has renewed my belief. Keep the faith! hurlsburls

7:57am Mon 17 Jan 11

KiwiHornet says...

G'day North Carolina, isn't it great to be a member of Hornets International. I had an email today from another Watford fan living in New Zealand and I've been contacted about the Hornets wine by the Hornets DownUnder group in Australia. Sold some to a fan in Hong Kong too! Some posters on this thread from S Africa, Bulgaria and Singapore. We're everywhere!
G'day North Carolina, isn't it great to be a member of Hornets International. I had an email today from another Watford fan living in New Zealand and I've been contacted about the Hornets wine by the Hornets DownUnder group in Australia. Sold some to a fan in Hong Kong too! Some posters on this thread from S Africa, Bulgaria and Singapore. We're everywhere! KiwiHornet

8:04am Mon 17 Jan 11

KiwiHornet says...

and Turkey! (sorry corbindallas)
and Turkey! (sorry corbindallas) KiwiHornet

9:11am Mon 17 Jan 11

Watford exile says...

KiwiHornet wrote:
and Turkey! (sorry corbindallas)
Not forgetting us here in sunny Cyprus ..........

Probably because I do not post enough I suppose.
[quote][p][bold]KiwiHornet[/bold] wrote: and Turkey! (sorry corbindallas)[/p][/quote]Not forgetting us here in sunny Cyprus .......... Probably because I do not post enough I suppose. Watford exile

9:49am Mon 17 Jan 11

norwayhornet says...

There are at least 2 of us horns in western Norway!
Huge well done to every one at the club!! The sky may be cold grey and wet , but the horns are making life very sunny indeed!!!
There are at least 2 of us horns in western Norway! Huge well done to every one at the club!! The sky may be cold grey and wet , but the horns are making life very sunny indeed!!! norwayhornet

10:13am Mon 17 Jan 11

'Ong Kong 'Orn says...

KiwiHornet wrote: "I've been contacted about the Hornets wine by the Hornets DownUnder group in Australia. Sold some to a fan in Hong Kong too!"

I am that fan, and I can recommend the wine! Goes down very well with the great performances by Malky and the team.

On an aside, the Beeb reports on its website today that Arsenal have now scored more away goals than any other "league" side. Maybe if they mean the Premier league, but we're ahead of them if they mean the rest of the league.
KiwiHornet wrote: "I've been contacted about the Hornets wine by the Hornets DownUnder group in Australia. Sold some to a fan in Hong Kong too!" I am that fan, and I can recommend the wine! Goes down very well with the great performances by Malky and the team. On an aside, the Beeb reports on its website today that Arsenal have now scored more away goals than any other "league" side. Maybe if they mean the Premier league, but we're ahead of them if they mean the rest of the league. 'Ong Kong 'Orn

10:14am Mon 17 Jan 11

a1derek says...

Since we got that hard fought draw at Barnsley it's just been on the "up" and I am so pleased for everyone connected with Watford. I've been watching since the early 70's and this is some of the best football I have seen from our team. So huge plaudits for Malky, his backroom team and the players. It's just brilliant to see all this amazing home grown talent coming through and to keep the run going in such style after losing what seemed to be key components speaks even more highly of what is happening right now.
O.K, the second half was a bit dull, but we "did a job" on Derby in the second half, and it was so gratifying to see Savage get so wokred up. What is about that man? And, considering he abused the referee for virtually the entire gamehow was he still on the pitch at the end. Then he's on 606 having a go at people on there. He does not show a good example to young people playing the game and in my humble opinion is not fit to give his views on the BBC. Perhaps we should orchestrate a campaign to get this complete idiot removed from his punditry role?
Since we got that hard fought draw at Barnsley it's just been on the "up" and I am so pleased for everyone connected with Watford. I've been watching since the early 70's and this is some of the best football I have seen from our team. So huge plaudits for Malky, his backroom team and the players. It's just brilliant to see all this amazing home grown talent coming through and to keep the run going in such style after losing what seemed to be key components speaks even more highly of what is happening right now. O.K, the second half was a bit dull, but we "did a job" on Derby in the second half, and it was so gratifying to see Savage get so wokred up. What is about that man? And, considering he abused the referee for virtually the entire gamehow was he still on the pitch at the end. Then he's on 606 having a go at people on there. He does not show a good example to young people playing the game and in my humble opinion is not fit to give his views on the BBC. Perhaps we should orchestrate a campaign to get this complete idiot removed from his punditry role? a1derek

12:08pm Mon 17 Jan 11

Dr.Oftaw says...

surprised de laet went to pompey, thought we might get him,top gun tom cruise is a left back available at arsenal, not sure if he`s up to championship though
surprised de laet went to pompey, thought we might get him,top gun tom cruise is a left back available at arsenal, not sure if he`s up to championship though Dr.Oftaw

12:58pm Mon 17 Jan 11

dmuz says...

Skysports report watford made a bid for Taylor. Probably on loan, it doesn't specify.
Skysports report watford made a bid for Taylor. Probably on loan, it doesn't specify. dmuz

1:14pm Mon 17 Jan 11

watfordal says...

While it would be great in theory to get some decent palyers in on loan, I'd be slightly wary of what it may do to what is clearly a fantastic team spirit at the moment, esp if results started going against us. McGinn's not as powerful as Mutch and not as good in the air, but with JE hopefully back, I'm not too bothered. I've always rated Bennett, and with Taylor my favourite for player of the year, even ahead of DG, he's got a top man to learn from. My concern is AM, who's had a v good season, at right back. If Burke takes him on next saturday, I would fear for us.
Be a good test of our credentials, esp with fat boy Parkin up front for them and presumably dwarf thug turning out as well.
Confidence is sky high. At Scunny it was as if we decided to just have a go for 10 mins, and we scored twice. Same on saturday, quick 20 minute blitz........job done. Remarkable to watch and enjoy. Long may it continue. Even someone who spent the first dozen games fearful of relegation, begins to dream that we can go all the way. QPR-wobbling, Swansea-keep possession well, Sinclair outstanding, but get in their faces and they struggle as we discovered too late at the Vic, Leeds-strong ugly and everyone hates them but won't be far away, Norwich-nah just can't see it, Forest-good squad, twitchy Jock manager who'll put too much pressure on them, Burnley-new manager, highly rated, bound to **ck it up, and then there's the team no one really talks about...............
.COYH's.
While it would be great in theory to get some decent palyers in on loan, I'd be slightly wary of what it may do to what is clearly a fantastic team spirit at the moment, esp if results started going against us. McGinn's not as powerful as Mutch and not as good in the air, but with JE hopefully back, I'm not too bothered. I've always rated Bennett, and with Taylor my favourite for player of the year, even ahead of DG, he's got a top man to learn from. My concern is AM, who's had a v good season, at right back. If Burke takes him on next saturday, I would fear for us. Be a good test of our credentials, esp with fat boy Parkin up front for them and presumably dwarf thug turning out as well. Confidence is sky high. At Scunny it was as if we decided to just have a go for 10 mins, and we scored twice. Same on saturday, quick 20 minute blitz........job done. Remarkable to watch and enjoy. Long may it continue. Even someone who spent the first dozen games fearful of relegation, begins to dream that we can go all the way. QPR-wobbling, Swansea-keep possession well, Sinclair outstanding, but get in their faces and they struggle as we discovered too late at the Vic, Leeds-strong ugly and everyone hates them but won't be far away, Norwich-nah just can't see it, Forest-good squad, twitchy Jock manager who'll put too much pressure on them, Burnley-new manager, highly rated, bound to **ck it up, and then there's the team no one really talks about............... .COYH's. watfordal

2:44pm Mon 17 Jan 11

Dr.Oftaw says...

dmuz wrote:
Skysports report watford made a bid for Taylor. Probably on loan, it doesn't specify.
says permanent but he is unsure what to do, left boro originally as he didnt get on with strachan but mowbray seems to want him and he has boro in his heart, shame.
[quote][p][bold]dmuz[/bold] wrote: Skysports report watford made a bid for Taylor. Probably on loan, it doesn't specify.[/p][/quote]says permanent but he is unsure what to do, left boro originally as he didnt get on with strachan but mowbray seems to want him and he has boro in his heart, shame. Dr.Oftaw

3:51pm Mon 17 Jan 11

Paul_watford says...

.... and from Kazakhstan (Astana, on the off-chance there are any more horns' here?). Only managed to get to one game this year (Portsmouth on New Year's day), so BBC live text and Watford Observer provide a weekly 'fix' of WFC news... keep it coming!
.... and from Kazakhstan (Astana, on the off-chance there are any more horns' here?). Only managed to get to one game this year (Portsmouth on New Year's day), so BBC live text and Watford Observer provide a weekly 'fix' of WFC news... keep it coming! Paul_watford

2:10am Tue 18 Jan 11

north carolina horn says...

KiwiHornet wrote:
G'day North Carolina, isn't it great to be a member of Hornets International. I had an email today from another Watford fan living in New Zealand and I've been contacted about the Hornets wine by the Hornets DownUnder group in Australia. Sold some to a fan in Hong Kong too! Some posters on this thread from S Africa, Bulgaria and Singapore. We're everywhere!
G'day to you Kiwihorn and all the Horns lads and lassies around the world.Sad but true story from last week. I'm up my local bar in Greensboro North Carolana, having a beer or three with 2 Man U supporters ( wankers) and 1 Arsenal supporter ( tosser) when we spot a guy standing at the bar all alone.
He picks up the English accents and wonders over to us and explained that he's just been laid off ( load of that about right now) so we order him a beer on our tab, He seems OK to start with then tells us that he's from Luton..... utter silence from us all,,, we drink up and fook off to another bar leaving him to pick up our bar tab heheheheheh. true story, we never saw him again hahahahaha
[quote][p][bold]KiwiHornet[/bold] wrote: G'day North Carolina, isn't it great to be a member of Hornets International. I had an email today from another Watford fan living in New Zealand and I've been contacted about the Hornets wine by the Hornets DownUnder group in Australia. Sold some to a fan in Hong Kong too! Some posters on this thread from S Africa, Bulgaria and Singapore. We're everywhere![/p][/quote]G'day to you Kiwihorn and all the Horns lads and lassies around the world.Sad but true story from last week. I'm up my local bar in Greensboro North Carolana, having a beer or three with 2 Man U supporters ( wankers) and 1 Arsenal supporter ( tosser) when we spot a guy standing at the bar all alone. He picks up the English accents and wonders over to us and explained that he's just been laid off ( load of that about right now) so we order him a beer on our tab, He seems OK to start with then tells us that he's from Luton..... utter silence from us all,,, we drink up and fook off to another bar leaving him to pick up our bar tab heheheheheh. true story, we never saw him again hahahahaha north carolina horn

10:45am Tue 18 Jan 11

fairwater says...

D.unstable wrote:
Absolutely agree with some of the postings on here commenting on the attendance, I would have thought that a team in the form that we are in, scoring for fun and in a play off position should have an increasing attendance. Although I appreciate that things are hard for a lot of people at the moment alot of people who are often on here commenting who don't attend and those that all come out the woodwork if we are drawn against a Man U or Chelsea in the cup should try and make the effort. You are not going to see a more entertaining, attack minded, game that what Malky and these boys are putting on at the moment, and with a better atmosphere and larger support it really would be an extra man. Seasons past we have had much larger gates whilst playing hoofball. Do post on here what really stops you from going week in week out, is it the fact you have to queue to get a ticket, the parking, allocated seating or simply the pricing. Let's let the club know because I am sure they would rather be reaching out to a larger section of the community and filling the 3 quarters of a ground that we currently have. It would be pointless building a new stand with the current level of support other than to act as a wind break.
They were giving free tickets on Sat through the "Christians Across Watford" scheme through local Churches and Assemblies.
The idea, of course, is that having taken advantage of the freebie, they will come back again, and pay!
The "home" attendance was up (11,800 with just 1100 from Derby), so this is encouraging.
The other issues have been raised before.
Home cash turnstyles are needed (as they always do for the away fans), and the pricing structure is too high in the current climate.
Always better to have a full house paying less money, than two thirds full on current prices.
Prices for Hartlepool and Brighton were/are £15. Sounds good to me.
[quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: Absolutely agree with some of the postings on here commenting on the attendance, I would have thought that a team in the form that we are in, scoring for fun and in a play off position should have an increasing attendance. Although I appreciate that things are hard for a lot of people at the moment alot of people who are often on here commenting who don't attend and those that all come out the woodwork if we are drawn against a Man U or Chelsea in the cup should try and make the effort. You are not going to see a more entertaining, attack minded, game that what Malky and these boys are putting on at the moment, and with a better atmosphere and larger support it really would be an extra man. Seasons past we have had much larger gates whilst playing hoofball. Do post on here what really stops you from going week in week out, is it the fact you have to queue to get a ticket, the parking, allocated seating or simply the pricing. Let's let the club know because I am sure they would rather be reaching out to a larger section of the community and filling the 3 quarters of a ground that we currently have. It would be pointless building a new stand with the current level of support other than to act as a wind break.[/p][/quote]They were giving free tickets on Sat through the "Christians Across Watford" scheme through local Churches and Assemblies. The idea, of course, is that having taken advantage of the freebie, they will come back again, and pay! The "home" attendance was up (11,800 with just 1100 from Derby), so this is encouraging. The other issues have been raised before. Home cash turnstyles are needed (as they always do for the away fans), and the pricing structure is too high in the current climate. Always better to have a full house paying less money, than two thirds full on current prices. Prices for Hartlepool and Brighton were/are £15. Sounds good to me. fairwater

2:50pm Tue 18 Jan 11

WFC4ever says...

The club haven't done a "Kids a Quid" type deal for a whille..

I know the team never seem to perform on such occasions though!
The club haven't done a "Kids a Quid" type deal for a whille.. I know the team never seem to perform on such occasions though! WFC4ever

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