Part one of our in-depth interview with Watford's co-owner Gino Pozzo

Watford Observer: Frank Smith was 'hugely impressed' with Gino Pozzo when he met Watford's co-owner last week. Picture: Holly Cant Frank Smith was 'hugely impressed' with Gino Pozzo when he met Watford's co-owner last week. Picture: Holly Cant

I spent less than an hour in the company of Watford’s new co-owner Gino Pozzo on [last] Wednesday afternoon but left our interview hugely impressed by the man I had just met.

I was expecting the Italian to make an impact as a number of people who have met him in the past told me he is an impressive individual. But Gino surpassed my expectations. He spoke with confidence and passion about not only Watford but football as a whole, without the continual use of clichés or sound bites, and he is clearly knowledgeable about the passion which has resulted in his family purchasing three professional clubs.

Gino’s father Gianpaolo bought his local club Udinese in 1986 and helped guide them from Serie B to the Champions League qualifying stage, which they have reached in the last two seasons.

Granada became the family’s second club in 2009 and went from the third tier of Spanish football to survival in La Liga in three seasons. A remarkable achievement.

Gino was the more hands-on member of the family at Granada and that is the case once more with Watford, with the 47-year-old set to move to England next summer.

With emotional links to Udinese, who continue to chase Champions League qualification, and a La Liga outfit in Spain, you would forgive Hornets fans for being a little concerned that their beloved club would be third in the pecking order when it came to the Pozzos.

But Gino stressed: “There are other business interests as well but we really believe Watford are going to be our top project for the future - further down the road - because of the potential of English football.”

“Watford is a new project where we are dedicating a lot of the resources,” he added. “Our other projects do not need as much attention because they are much more developed and they have a system that is working by itself.

“Every club requires a different grade of attention. At this club, we have just had a lot of new players come in, new coaches and new faces in place so it does require a lot more attention at this stage than Udinese.

“It is not just based on the level of the competition. It is more about how well you are organised. When you are starting a new project, you definitely need a lot of resources placed in.

“I would say that in order of dedication, it is probably the other way around; Watford is number one, Granada number two and Udinese is number three.

“It is a different championship, different resources are available and there is a different style of players you can sign. That makes it difficult in many ways.”

The Premier League is often described as the best league in the world, rightly or wrongly, and Gino said he often watched English football.

He described the challenge of the English game as “a completely different experience” and said: “It has this strong tradition, strong background and a great history which is really appealing and really motivates us.”

The Pozzo family were traditionally involved in the woodworking industry and their association with football began due to a desire to help their local club, who were struggling financially.

Gino explained: “Football for us started as a passion when my father bought Udinese some 25 years ago and it was really because we were involved in the local community and wanted to help the club.

“Eventually we understood that further down the road, in order to succeed, you need to organise the club as a professional activity and not just something you could watch and pretend everything would work due to the money you invested.

“In the first year we invested a lot of money for poor results and at the end of that year, we understood that in order to succeed you need to organise the club like any other business regardless of the emotions. You need to run it in an efficient way to be successful on the pitch.

“I would not say football is our major activity and the major focus of attention but nevertheless, we enjoy doing it and we are very committed to do it the right way.”

Football owners, especially new ones, always say the things supporters want to hear. Why would they not? But with time, their claims often prove to be unfounded and the financial state of many English clubs is worrying.

The decision to loan 14 players to Watford this summer has seen the club, and the Pozzos, criticised by some. But I often ask doubters what is worse? Risking the very existence of your club by throwing money at permanent signings or utilising a flaw in the system which allows Udinese to fund Watford's promotion hopes?

The day of local businessmen buying ‘their club’ for emotional reasons have all but disappeared and almost every investor in football now is targeting the multi-millions of the Premier League. The Pozzos are no different of course.

However, Gino stressed: “Football is a long-term project. You never know what is going to happen in one or two years. That is not a time frame where you are able to develop a plan.

“You definitely need a long-term approach and you have to be able to change your vision depending on how things develop, as there is a difference between being in the Championship and being in the Premier League.

“We are definitely going to aim for the Premier League but we do not want to jeopardise the club’s finance or the way the club is run to do it. Sometimes when you push things too much, it just will not work in the long term.

"We definitely want to build something that is going to be stable in the Premier League and in order to do that, you have got to do things one step at a time and that is our objective.

"I think this is a club that can grow much further in the Premier League and can be a club where we can recognise our values and can grow our values inside the club."

Gino grew up in Udine for the majority of his childhood and at the age of 18, moved to the United States where he attended Harvard University and achieved his Masters.

He moved to Spain during his mid-20s due to business interests and has remained in the country for more than 20 years.

Gino currently lives in Barcelona with his wife and three children but they are already looking at schools in the Hertfordshire area ahead of their move to England next summer.

Alongside football and the woodwork industry, the Pozzos also have an electrical appliance business in Spain and are now involved in property and finance.

His family may have been in football for 25 years but there doesn't seem to be an arrogance about that fact when Gino talks.

He is comfortable over-seeing developments at Watford from afar and stated he has confidence in chief executive Scott Duxbury and technical director Gian Luca Nani, who run the club on a daily basis.

Gino explained: "Before choosing the people to run the club, you share a philosophy and we feel we have the same ideas and concepts. Then the right thing to do is allow them to work and apply those concepts. You can exchange opinions and help them keep on track and continue the direction.

"The important thing is that football in England is very different to Italy so we would not be able to reach the full potential of the club unless we have people locally who understand the difficulties of running the club locally. That is why we need people who know what the project is about.

“I think the good thing for them [Nani and Duxbury] is that they have owners who are used to going through this process and don't get nervous when things don't go right. We try to understand what is not working well and try to give them support to solve those problems.

“The results on the pitch will tell us how well we are doing but it is important that we share a common vision in the long term and that is why we are comfortable in giving space to people who are able to understand the local culture and the difficulties they will find better. That is a good mix I think.

“It has worked for us well in the past and I believe it will work well for us here.”

I’ll admit to having a few reservations when the Pozzo family took over Watford and were followed by 16 new signings. Many probably did.

But the attitude and quality of several of those loanees, and the progression being made on the pitch, has alleviated some of those concerns and after meeting Gino Pozzo, my confidence in the long-term future of Watford has increased even further.

I finished the interview by asking Gino if there was anything else he wanted to add? If he had a message for the supporters?

He replied: “It’s going to be a long journey to get to where we want to be eventually because there are a lot of things that need to be addressed and done. But we are very happy with the kind of environment that we’ve found.

“I think the message has already got across and people understand what we’re trying to do; they are very supportive. I think in the end, the fact that we’ve found this kind of environment which is friendly to the players will benefit the club.

“You see the way the players have been accepted, which is not normal because you have foreign players coming from Udinese and you might question their commitment. But once you understand that everybody is committed and the players are committed - that the players are here for the long term - everybody starts to enjoy it and join in. Understanding this is something that is stable and will grow in time.

“I think it’s going to be nice to see how this club becomes more and more competitive, where I hope the people who support this club can take pride in how we will be able to perform at a higher level.

“I have seen it before where a smaller club challenges a bigger club, with a much bigger budget, and you have a different soul. In the end it comes down to 11 players versus 11 and you see how Udinese has been able to compete over time and are able to challenge other clubs that have a much greater budget.

“The fact that you’re able to challenge them and beat them gives you particular satisfaction. You start small and grow to become competitive against a bigger club. I think people will enjoy that but we have to be patient because when you ask how long it will take, I don’t know the answer because things can happen very quickly, or it can take much longer. That is why we do not want to push too much and we do not plan to over-do things. We don’t want to over-invest and we don’t want to play everything in one card.

“We don't want to give supporters the message that if we don’t go up to the Premier League this year then it will be a disaster. We really would like to give it our best shot but if nothing happens, we’ll build on that to move to the next step. There will be a time when we are ready but it is about being consistent and I think everybody will understand that and everybody will enjoy it."

The second part of our interview with Gino Pozzo can be seen here.

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3:49pm Wed 14 Nov 12

buckler says...

Gino, Gino.
Gino, Gino. buckler
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3:56pm Wed 14 Nov 12

andyhooked says...

Good comments and far more open than Baz and Pozzo is prepared to talk to theW.O. at last. Shame it has taken so long for the new owners to start to communicate with the local press but then I guess that they may have wished to concentrate on the issue that they inherited.
NOW, AGAIN FRANK A REQUEST THAT YOU DO A STORY OF ABOUT KEN FURPHY BEFORE IT IS TO LATE. THERE IS MAN EN BELLE FRANCE THAT CAN HELP TO DO THIS! Ken deserves this.
Good comments and far more open than Baz and Pozzo is prepared to talk to theW.O. at last. Shame it has taken so long for the new owners to start to communicate with the local press but then I guess that they may have wished to concentrate on the issue that they inherited. NOW, AGAIN FRANK A REQUEST THAT YOU DO A STORY OF ABOUT KEN FURPHY BEFORE IT IS TO LATE. THERE IS MAN EN BELLE FRANCE THAT CAN HELP TO DO THIS! Ken deserves this. andyhooked
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4:04pm Wed 14 Nov 12

LB-Goldenboy says...

Very promising. Exciting times ahead! The Pozzo family seem to have their heads well screwed on :-D
Very promising. Exciting times ahead! The Pozzo family seem to have their heads well screwed on :-D LB-Goldenboy
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4:09pm Wed 14 Nov 12

WO Admin says...

That "man in France" has been in touch with Ken's wife and included a piece in his In Passing column last week. In the circumstances, we believe that this is the most appropriate action to take at this difficult time.
That "man in France" has been in touch with Ken's wife and included a piece in his In Passing column last week. In the circumstances, we believe that this is the most appropriate action to take at this difficult time. WO Admin
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4:15pm Wed 14 Nov 12

Bringe says...

But we are going up and I think most of us know it but can't quite believe it.
Of course that may sound arrogant but I just can't see who is going to defuse the Watford bomb now it is ticking. Zola hit it on the head when he said English teams can't deal with a well executed 3-5-2, while this is not absolute, it should be at this level. The season is still young and we are blessed with a seemingly incredible depth further boosted by our own excellent academy, no-one but no-one can match all that in this league (although teams can still be lucky with results and injuries as we were with Aidy).

Here I go again - totally bonkers, someone please wake me up! :D
But we are going up and I think most of us know it but can't quite believe it. Of course that may sound arrogant but I just can't see who is going to defuse the Watford bomb now it is ticking. Zola hit it on the head when he said English teams can't deal with a well executed 3-5-2, while this is not absolute, it should be at this level. The season is still young and we are blessed with a seemingly incredible depth further boosted by our own excellent academy, no-one but no-one can match all that in this league (although teams can still be lucky with results and injuries as we were with Aidy). Here I go again - totally bonkers, someone please wake me up! :D Bringe
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4:29pm Wed 14 Nov 12

lutondown says...

WO Admin wrote:
That "man in France" has been in touch with Ken's wife and included a piece in his In Passing column last week. In the circumstances, we believe that this is the most appropriate action to take at this difficult time.
Yes we spotted it. Nice touch. I also let his sister in law know it was there.
Thanks, he deserved a mention.
[quote][p][bold]WO Admin[/bold] wrote: That "man in France" has been in touch with Ken's wife and included a piece in his In Passing column last week. In the circumstances, we believe that this is the most appropriate action to take at this difficult time.[/p][/quote]Yes we spotted it. Nice touch. I also let his sister in law know it was there. Thanks, he deserved a mention. lutondown
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4:30pm Wed 14 Nov 12

lutondown says...

buckler wrote:
Gino, Gino.
Bit gay..:-)
[quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: Gino, Gino.[/p][/quote]Bit gay..:-) lutondown
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4:32pm Wed 14 Nov 12

lutondown says...

buckler wrote:
Gino, Gino.
Or did you have Dexys midnight runners in mind?
[quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: Gino, Gino.[/p][/quote]Or did you have Dexys midnight runners in mind? lutondown
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4:36pm Wed 14 Nov 12

andyhooked says...

WO Admin says...
4:09pm Wed 14 Nov 12

That "man in France" has been in touch with Ken's wife and included a piece in his In Passing column last week. In the circumstances, we believe that this is the most appropriate action to take at this difficult time.”

Thanks for this update. live outside of the W.O circulation area so missed the story. Was the report put on line or did I miss something, if not please do so? Should the completed SW Corner be named after Ken Furphy should the family be content? God bless Ken and his family when the inevitable happens. There are many friends that I seldom see now but that will remember me and our joint assiocation with WFC even going back to Ken's time, or their parens will do so (Andy Weller)
WO Admin says... 4:09pm Wed 14 Nov 12 That "man in France" has been in touch with Ken's wife and included a piece in his In Passing column last week. In the circumstances, we believe that this is the most appropriate action to take at this difficult time.” Thanks for this update. live outside of the W.O circulation area so missed the story. Was the report put on line or did I miss something, if not please do so? Should the completed SW Corner be named after Ken Furphy should the family be content? God bless Ken and his family when the inevitable happens. There are many friends that I seldom see now but that will remember me and our joint assiocation with WFC even going back to Ken's time, or their parens will do so (Andy Weller) andyhooked
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4:53pm Wed 14 Nov 12

lutondown says...

andyhooked wrote:
WO Admin says...
4:09pm Wed 14 Nov 12

That "man in France" has been in touch with Ken's wife and included a piece in his In Passing column last week. In the circumstances, we believe that this is the most appropriate action to take at this difficult time.”

Thanks for this update. live outside of the W.O circulation area so missed the story. Was the report put on line or did I miss something, if not please do so? Should the completed SW Corner be named after Ken Furphy should the family be content? God bless Ken and his family when the inevitable happens. There are many friends that I seldom see now but that will remember me and our joint assiocation with WFC even going back to Ken's time, or their parens will do so (Andy Weller)
Espn classic sometimes does a rerun of us beating Liverpool 1-0 1970. Some camera footage of Ken, as a young man, as I remember him.
[quote][p][bold]andyhooked[/bold] wrote: WO Admin says... 4:09pm Wed 14 Nov 12 That "man in France" has been in touch with Ken's wife and included a piece in his In Passing column last week. In the circumstances, we believe that this is the most appropriate action to take at this difficult time.” Thanks for this update. live outside of the W.O circulation area so missed the story. Was the report put on line or did I miss something, if not please do so? Should the completed SW Corner be named after Ken Furphy should the family be content? God bless Ken and his family when the inevitable happens. There are many friends that I seldom see now but that will remember me and our joint assiocation with WFC even going back to Ken's time, or their parens will do so (Andy Weller)[/p][/quote]Espn classic sometimes does a rerun of us beating Liverpool 1-0 1970. Some camera footage of Ken, as a young man, as I remember him. lutondown
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4:54pm Wed 14 Nov 12

lutondown says...

Btw does anyone notice the resemblance between Pozzo and De Nero?
Maybe that's why the moaners have gone quiet, having been testers for their new line of concrete booties!
Btw does anyone notice the resemblance between Pozzo and De Nero? Maybe that's why the moaners have gone quiet, having been testers for their new line of concrete booties! lutondown
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5:26pm Wed 14 Nov 12

Holly68 says...

Battochio scores for Italy U20 this afternoon in a 4-1 win
Battochio scores for Italy U20 this afternoon in a 4-1 win Holly68
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5:31pm Wed 14 Nov 12

buckler says...

lutondown wrote:
buckler wrote:
Gino, Gino.
Bit gay..:-)
It was the hair that done it for me ! xx.
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: Gino, Gino.[/p][/quote]Bit gay..:-)[/p][/quote]It was the hair that done it for me ! xx. buckler
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5:38pm Wed 14 Nov 12

Travelling Hornet says...

Holly68 wrote:
Battochio scores for Italy U20 this afternoon in a 4-1 win
Great, is there a link that we can see the highlights?
[quote][p][bold]Holly68[/bold] wrote: Battochio scores for Italy U20 this afternoon in a 4-1 win[/p][/quote]Great, is there a link that we can see the highlights? Travelling Hornet
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5:38pm Wed 14 Nov 12

lutondown says...

buckler wrote:
lutondown wrote:
buckler wrote:
Gino, Gino.
Bit gay..:-)
It was the hair that done it for me ! xx.
Only the hair...?...!
[quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: Gino, Gino.[/p][/quote]Bit gay..:-)[/p][/quote]It was the hair that done it for me ! xx.[/p][/quote]Only the hair...?...! lutondown
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5:40pm Wed 14 Nov 12

Holly68 says...

Vydra on bench, Czech 2 up
Vydra on bench, Czech 2 up Holly68
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5:45pm Wed 14 Nov 12

croxley46 says...

Any chance of someone forwarding Frank Smith's interview with Gino Pozzo to that self-opinionated lump of lard at the D.Mail? Sorry, I'm a novice with computers, so if someone could do it on behalf of (I believe) a lot of WFC fans, I'm sure we'd be most grateful.
Doubt if he'd read it though - too long for him to be bothered with? (can he read?) - he'll probably get one of his underlings to read it for him, then file in WPB ?
Wasn't Jeff Powell, also D. Mail, very anti - Watford, I seem to recall?
Any chance of someone forwarding Frank Smith's interview with Gino Pozzo to that self-opinionated lump of lard at the D.Mail? Sorry, I'm a novice with computers, so if someone could do it on behalf of (I believe) a lot of WFC fans, I'm sure we'd be most grateful. Doubt if he'd read it though - too long for him to be bothered with? (can he read?) - he'll probably get one of his underlings to read it for him, then file in WPB ? Wasn't Jeff Powell, also D. Mail, very anti - Watford, I seem to recall? croxley46
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5:54pm Wed 14 Nov 12

londomollari says...

andyhooked wrote:
Good comments and far more open than Baz and Pozzo is prepared to talk to theW.O. at last. Shame it has taken so long for the new owners to start to communicate with the local press but then I guess that they may have wished to concentrate on the issue that they inherited.
NOW, AGAIN FRANK A REQUEST THAT YOU DO A STORY OF ABOUT KEN FURPHY BEFORE IT IS TO LATE. THERE IS MAN EN BELLE FRANCE THAT CAN HELP TO DO THIS! Ken deserves this.
Thanks, Andy, with you all the way. Ken Furphy led Watford throughout my earliest days supporting Watford. What he did, with a budget less than the contents of Bassini's office safe, should not be forgotten. Not just league, but the wonderful cup runs and matches.
Come on, W.O.
[quote][p][bold]andyhooked[/bold] wrote: Good comments and far more open than Baz and Pozzo is prepared to talk to theW.O. at last. Shame it has taken so long for the new owners to start to communicate with the local press but then I guess that they may have wished to concentrate on the issue that they inherited. NOW, AGAIN FRANK A REQUEST THAT YOU DO A STORY OF ABOUT KEN FURPHY BEFORE IT IS TO LATE. THERE IS MAN EN BELLE FRANCE THAT CAN HELP TO DO THIS! Ken deserves this.[/p][/quote]Thanks, Andy, with you all the way. Ken Furphy led Watford throughout my earliest days supporting Watford. What he did, with a budget less than the contents of Bassini's office safe, should not be forgotten. Not just league, but the wonderful cup runs and matches. Come on, W.O. londomollari
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5:58pm Wed 14 Nov 12

londomollari says...

londomollari wrote:
andyhooked wrote:
Good comments and far more open than Baz and Pozzo is prepared to talk to theW.O. at last. Shame it has taken so long for the new owners to start to communicate with the local press but then I guess that they may have wished to concentrate on the issue that they inherited.
NOW, AGAIN FRANK A REQUEST THAT YOU DO A STORY OF ABOUT KEN FURPHY BEFORE IT IS TO LATE. THERE IS MAN EN BELLE FRANCE THAT CAN HELP TO DO THIS! Ken deserves this.
Thanks, Andy, with you all the way. Ken Furphy led Watford throughout my earliest days supporting Watford. What he did, with a budget less than the contents of Bassini's office safe, should not be forgotten. Not just league, but the wonderful cup runs and matches.
Come on, W.O.
Wrote this before seeing the W.O. admin comment. Fair enough, if the family feel the Ollie Phillipd comment is enough.
[quote][p][bold]londomollari[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyhooked[/bold] wrote: Good comments and far more open than Baz and Pozzo is prepared to talk to theW.O. at last. Shame it has taken so long for the new owners to start to communicate with the local press but then I guess that they may have wished to concentrate on the issue that they inherited. NOW, AGAIN FRANK A REQUEST THAT YOU DO A STORY OF ABOUT KEN FURPHY BEFORE IT IS TO LATE. THERE IS MAN EN BELLE FRANCE THAT CAN HELP TO DO THIS! Ken deserves this.[/p][/quote]Thanks, Andy, with you all the way. Ken Furphy led Watford throughout my earliest days supporting Watford. What he did, with a budget less than the contents of Bassini's office safe, should not be forgotten. Not just league, but the wonderful cup runs and matches. Come on, W.O.[/p][/quote]Wrote this before seeing the W.O. admin comment. Fair enough, if the family feel the Ollie Phillipd comment is enough. londomollari
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6:02pm Wed 14 Nov 12

londomollari says...

Jeff Powell, in the G.T. golden era, was a complete winker. Tell me, is Samuels Mr Powells love child?
God, I must cut back on the wine on my day off.
Jeff Powell, in the G.T. golden era, was a complete winker. Tell me, is Samuels Mr Powells love child? God, I must cut back on the wine on my day off. londomollari
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6:48pm Wed 14 Nov 12

Bringe says...

Holly68 wrote:
Vydra on bench, Czech 2 up
got the assist for their 3rd .... nice pull back from the by line

http://www.101greatg
oals.com/gvideos/bor
ek-dockal-czech-repu
blic-v-slovakia/
[quote][p][bold]Holly68[/bold] wrote: Vydra on bench, Czech 2 up[/p][/quote]got the assist for their 3rd .... nice pull back from the by line http://www.101greatg oals.com/gvideos/bor ek-dockal-czech-repu blic-v-slovakia/ Bringe
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6:53pm Wed 14 Nov 12

Travelling Hornet says...

croxley46 wrote:
Any chance of someone forwarding Frank Smith's interview with Gino Pozzo to that self-opinionated lump of lard at the D.Mail? Sorry, I'm a novice with computers, so if someone could do it on behalf of (I believe) a lot of WFC fans, I'm sure we'd be most grateful.
Doubt if he'd read it though - too long for him to be bothered with? (can he read?) - he'll probably get one of his underlings to read it for him, then file in WPB ?
Wasn't Jeff Powell, also D. Mail, very anti - Watford, I seem to recall?
Martin Samuals is the love child of Jeff Powell , allegedly !
[quote][p][bold]croxley46[/bold] wrote: Any chance of someone forwarding Frank Smith's interview with Gino Pozzo to that self-opinionated lump of lard at the D.Mail? Sorry, I'm a novice with computers, so if someone could do it on behalf of (I believe) a lot of WFC fans, I'm sure we'd be most grateful. Doubt if he'd read it though - too long for him to be bothered with? (can he read?) - he'll probably get one of his underlings to read it for him, then file in WPB ? Wasn't Jeff Powell, also D. Mail, very anti - Watford, I seem to recall?[/p][/quote]Martin Samuals is the love child of Jeff Powell , allegedly ! Travelling Hornet
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6:56pm Wed 14 Nov 12

Travelling Hornet says...

Travelling Hornet wrote:
croxley46 wrote:
Any chance of someone forwarding Frank Smith's interview with Gino Pozzo to that self-opinionated lump of lard at the D.Mail? Sorry, I'm a novice with computers, so if someone could do it on behalf of (I believe) a lot of WFC fans, I'm sure we'd be most grateful.
Doubt if he'd read it though - too long for him to be bothered with? (can he read?) - he'll probably get one of his underlings to read it for him, then file in WPB ?
Wasn't Jeff Powell, also D. Mail, very anti - Watford, I seem to recall?
Martin Samuals is the love child of Jeff Powell , allegedly !
Doh! Londonmollari beat me to it !
[quote][p][bold]Travelling Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]croxley46[/bold] wrote: Any chance of someone forwarding Frank Smith's interview with Gino Pozzo to that self-opinionated lump of lard at the D.Mail? Sorry, I'm a novice with computers, so if someone could do it on behalf of (I believe) a lot of WFC fans, I'm sure we'd be most grateful. Doubt if he'd read it though - too long for him to be bothered with? (can he read?) - he'll probably get one of his underlings to read it for him, then file in WPB ? Wasn't Jeff Powell, also D. Mail, very anti - Watford, I seem to recall?[/p][/quote]Martin Samuals is the love child of Jeff Powell , allegedly ![/p][/quote]Doh! Londonmollari beat me to it ! Travelling Hornet
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7:26pm Wed 14 Nov 12

londomollari says...

That part of my brain that deals with insults works faster with alcohol!
That part of my brain that deals with insults works faster with alcohol! londomollari
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9:58pm Wed 14 Nov 12

D.unstable says...

Speechless, what can you add to what the good Mr Pozzo says. Where are the doubters, probably already changed names and now amongst us chasing the dream.
Speechless, what can you add to what the good Mr Pozzo says. Where are the doubters, probably already changed names and now amongst us chasing the dream. D.unstable
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10:04pm Wed 14 Nov 12

lutondown says...

D.unstable wrote:
Speechless, what can you add to what the good Mr Pozzo says. Where are the doubters, probably already changed names and now amongst us chasing the dream.
Sussed. I'll revert to my alter ego ilovbas!
[quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: Speechless, what can you add to what the good Mr Pozzo says. Where are the doubters, probably already changed names and now amongst us chasing the dream.[/p][/quote]Sussed. I'll revert to my alter ego ilovbas! lutondown
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8:54am Thu 15 Nov 12

andyhooked says...

The Daily Mail is a Tory rag that largely appeals to women of a certin age or is bought by husbands of Hyacynth Bouqet for the pleasure of their wives. Jeff Powell was a cretin who dug himself into a hole and just kept digging. If the worst we said aginst us is written by some hack from the Daily Mail then we are in a good place.
The Daily Mail is a Tory rag that largely appeals to women of a certin age or is bought by husbands of Hyacynth Bouqet for the pleasure of their wives. Jeff Powell was a cretin who dug himself into a hole and just kept digging. If the worst we said aginst us is written by some hack from the Daily Mail then we are in a good place. andyhooked
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9:20am Thu 15 Nov 12

Alexander Hilcroft says...

I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC
I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC Alexander Hilcroft
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11:12am Thu 15 Nov 12

Bush Hornet says...

Alexander Hilcroft wrote:
I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC
Well Alexander you'd better stay in your ivory tower and avoid having to mix with plebs who'd do such a thing
[quote][p][bold]Alexander Hilcroft[/bold] wrote: I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC[/p][/quote]Well Alexander you'd better stay in your ivory tower and avoid having to mix with plebs who'd do such a thing Bush Hornet
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11:59am Thu 15 Nov 12

Alexander Hilcroft says...

Bush Hornet wrote:
Alexander Hilcroft wrote:
I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC
Well Alexander you'd better stay in your ivory tower and avoid having to mix with plebs who'd do such a thing
I do try, believe me!
[quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alexander Hilcroft[/bold] wrote: I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC[/p][/quote]Well Alexander you'd better stay in your ivory tower and avoid having to mix with plebs who'd do such a thing[/p][/quote]I do try, believe me! Alexander Hilcroft
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12:09pm Thu 15 Nov 12

lutondown says...

Bush Hornet wrote:
Alexander Hilcroft wrote:
I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC
Well Alexander you'd better stay in your ivory tower and avoid having to mix with plebs who'd do such a thing
God that describes me to a T!
Doesn't it upset the traditional middle classes ( the real snobs) that the working class have caught them up in terms of life's little luxuries and home ownership.
Jeez, I'm amazed that such snobbery exists, but shouldn't be.
What a nasty little man Alex appears to be!
[quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alexander Hilcroft[/bold] wrote: I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC[/p][/quote]Well Alexander you'd better stay in your ivory tower and avoid having to mix with plebs who'd do such a thing[/p][/quote]God that describes me to a T! Doesn't it upset the traditional middle classes ( the real snobs) that the working class have caught them up in terms of life's little luxuries and home ownership. Jeez, I'm amazed that such snobbery exists, but shouldn't be. What a nasty little man Alex appears to be! lutondown
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12:29pm Thu 15 Nov 12

D.unstable says...

lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
Alexander Hilcroft wrote: I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC
Well Alexander you'd better stay in your ivory tower and avoid having to mix with plebs who'd do such a thing
God that describes me to a T! Doesn't it upset the traditional middle classes ( the real snobs) that the working class have caught them up in terms of life's little luxuries and home ownership. Jeez, I'm amazed that such snobbery exists, but shouldn't be. What a nasty little man Alex appears to be!
I am sure that he tolerates such rif-raf as long as they have been removed from the estate before sun set.
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alexander Hilcroft[/bold] wrote: I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC[/p][/quote]Well Alexander you'd better stay in your ivory tower and avoid having to mix with plebs who'd do such a thing[/p][/quote]God that describes me to a T! Doesn't it upset the traditional middle classes ( the real snobs) that the working class have caught them up in terms of life's little luxuries and home ownership. Jeez, I'm amazed that such snobbery exists, but shouldn't be. What a nasty little man Alex appears to be![/p][/quote]I am sure that he tolerates such rif-raf as long as they have been removed from the estate before sun set. D.unstable
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1:08pm Thu 15 Nov 12

Alexander Hilcroft says...

lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
Alexander Hilcroft wrote:
I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC
Well Alexander you'd better stay in your ivory tower and avoid having to mix with plebs who'd do such a thing
God that describes me to a T!
Doesn't it upset the traditional middle classes ( the real snobs) that the working class have caught them up in terms of life's little luxuries and home ownership.
Jeez, I'm amazed that such snobbery exists, but shouldn't be.
What a nasty little man Alex appears to be!
Oh dear, have I touched a nerve? Sorry to upset you.
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alexander Hilcroft[/bold] wrote: I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC[/p][/quote]Well Alexander you'd better stay in your ivory tower and avoid having to mix with plebs who'd do such a thing[/p][/quote]God that describes me to a T! Doesn't it upset the traditional middle classes ( the real snobs) that the working class have caught them up in terms of life's little luxuries and home ownership. Jeez, I'm amazed that such snobbery exists, but shouldn't be. What a nasty little man Alex appears to be![/p][/quote]Oh dear, have I touched a nerve? Sorry to upset you. Alexander Hilcroft
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1:31pm Thu 15 Nov 12

lutondown says...

Alexander Hilcroft wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
Alexander Hilcroft wrote:
I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC
Well Alexander you'd better stay in your ivory tower and avoid having to mix with plebs who'd do such a thing
God that describes me to a T!
Doesn't it upset the traditional middle classes ( the real snobs) that the working class have caught them up in terms of life's little luxuries and home ownership.
Jeez, I'm amazed that such snobbery exists, but shouldn't be.
What a nasty little man Alex appears to be!
Oh dear, have I touched a nerve? Sorry to upset you.
No not at all. not as if where you live Is that great matey
[quote][p][bold]Alexander Hilcroft[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alexander Hilcroft[/bold] wrote: I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC[/p][/quote]Well Alexander you'd better stay in your ivory tower and avoid having to mix with plebs who'd do such a thing[/p][/quote]God that describes me to a T! Doesn't it upset the traditional middle classes ( the real snobs) that the working class have caught them up in terms of life's little luxuries and home ownership. Jeez, I'm amazed that such snobbery exists, but shouldn't be. What a nasty little man Alex appears to be![/p][/quote]Oh dear, have I touched a nerve? Sorry to upset you.[/p][/quote]No not at all. not as if where you live Is that great matey lutondown
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2:32pm Thu 15 Nov 12

Dr,Oftaw says...

Alexander Hilcroft wrote:
I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC
oh dear what a prat one of the deluded idiotic bassini brigade still hanging on here, seem to recall you were also vocal trying to get deeney sacked.anymore bright remarks old boy?
[quote][p][bold]Alexander Hilcroft[/bold] wrote: I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC[/p][/quote]oh dear what a prat one of the deluded idiotic bassini brigade still hanging on here, seem to recall you were also vocal trying to get deeney sacked.anymore bright remarks old boy? Dr,Oftaw
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2:36pm Thu 15 Nov 12

Bush Hornet says...

lutondown wrote:
Alexander Hilcroft wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
Alexander Hilcroft wrote:
I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC
Well Alexander you'd better stay in your ivory tower and avoid having to mix with plebs who'd do such a thing
God that describes me to a T!
Doesn't it upset the traditional middle classes ( the real snobs) that the working class have caught them up in terms of life's little luxuries and home ownership.
Jeez, I'm amazed that such snobbery exists, but shouldn't be.
What a nasty little man Alex appears to be!
Oh dear, have I touched a nerve? Sorry to upset you.
No not at all. not as if where you live Is that great matey
You touched the 'do I really support the same football club as this jumped-up snob?' nerve.

But I'm over it. There's tools wherever you go in life.
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alexander Hilcroft[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alexander Hilcroft[/bold] wrote: I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC[/p][/quote]Well Alexander you'd better stay in your ivory tower and avoid having to mix with plebs who'd do such a thing[/p][/quote]God that describes me to a T! Doesn't it upset the traditional middle classes ( the real snobs) that the working class have caught them up in terms of life's little luxuries and home ownership. Jeez, I'm amazed that such snobbery exists, but shouldn't be. What a nasty little man Alex appears to be![/p][/quote]Oh dear, have I touched a nerve? Sorry to upset you.[/p][/quote]No not at all. not as if where you live Is that great matey[/p][/quote]You touched the 'do I really support the same football club as this jumped-up snob?' nerve. But I'm over it. There's tools wherever you go in life. Bush Hornet
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2:36pm Thu 15 Nov 12

lutondown says...

Dr,Oftaw wrote:
Alexander Hilcroft wrote:
I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC
oh dear what a prat one of the deluded idiotic bassini brigade still hanging on here, seem to recall you were also vocal trying to get deeney sacked.anymore bright remarks old boy?
No it's just delusions of grandeur Dear Dr, not becoming of someone who lives in a leafy Oxhey Avenue right next to a sprawling council estate.
Mein Gott!
[quote][p][bold]Dr,Oftaw[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alexander Hilcroft[/bold] wrote: I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC[/p][/quote]oh dear what a prat one of the deluded idiotic bassini brigade still hanging on here, seem to recall you were also vocal trying to get deeney sacked.anymore bright remarks old boy?[/p][/quote]No it's just delusions of grandeur Dear Dr, not becoming of someone who lives in a leafy Oxhey Avenue right next to a sprawling council estate. Mein Gott! lutondown
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2:38pm Thu 15 Nov 12

lutondown says...

Bush Hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Alexander Hilcroft wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
Alexander Hilcroft wrote:
I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC
Well Alexander you'd better stay in your ivory tower and avoid having to mix with plebs who'd do such a thing
God that describes me to a T!
Doesn't it upset the traditional middle classes ( the real snobs) that the working class have caught them up in terms of life's little luxuries and home ownership.
Jeez, I'm amazed that such snobbery exists, but shouldn't be.
What a nasty little man Alex appears to be!
Oh dear, have I touched a nerve? Sorry to upset you.
No not at all. not as if where you live Is that great matey
You touched the 'do I really support the same football club as this jumped-up snob?' nerve.

But I'm over it. There's tools wherever you go in life.
I think the lyrical hornet cornet might add there's lots of tools in my shed!
[quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alexander Hilcroft[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alexander Hilcroft[/bold] wrote: I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC[/p][/quote]Well Alexander you'd better stay in your ivory tower and avoid having to mix with plebs who'd do such a thing[/p][/quote]God that describes me to a T! Doesn't it upset the traditional middle classes ( the real snobs) that the working class have caught them up in terms of life's little luxuries and home ownership. Jeez, I'm amazed that such snobbery exists, but shouldn't be. What a nasty little man Alex appears to be![/p][/quote]Oh dear, have I touched a nerve? Sorry to upset you.[/p][/quote]No not at all. not as if where you live Is that great matey[/p][/quote]You touched the 'do I really support the same football club as this jumped-up snob?' nerve. But I'm over it. There's tools wherever you go in life.[/p][/quote]I think the lyrical hornet cornet might add there's lots of tools in my shed! lutondown
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3:00pm Thu 15 Nov 12

francowatford says...

Is it just me but does anyone else think Gino looks like George Lamb?
Is it just me but does anyone else think Gino looks like George Lamb? francowatford
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3:05pm Thu 15 Nov 12

Ilford Pete says...

This interview shows the great advantage of being owned by a family business - they can think long-term without being harrassed for short-term gains by public shareholders. Italian families with their Roman Catholic roots tend to have especially stable families, with a clear understanding of right and wrong. Together with their business track record this promises a great future for the club. Who would have thought this possible, even a very short time ago. Duxbury and Nani deserve great praise for selecting WFC to be the beneficiary of their imaginative proposal to the Pozzos.
This interview shows the great advantage of being owned by a family business - they can think long-term without being harrassed for short-term gains by public shareholders. Italian families with their Roman Catholic roots tend to have especially stable families, with a clear understanding of right and wrong. Together with their business track record this promises a great future for the club. Who would have thought this possible, even a very short time ago. Duxbury and Nani deserve great praise for selecting WFC to be the beneficiary of their imaginative proposal to the Pozzos. Ilford Pete
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3:34pm Thu 15 Nov 12

Bush Hornet says...

lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Alexander Hilcroft wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
Alexander Hilcroft wrote:
I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC
Well Alexander you'd better stay in your ivory tower and avoid having to mix with plebs who'd do such a thing
God that describes me to a T!
Doesn't it upset the traditional middle classes ( the real snobs) that the working class have caught them up in terms of life's little luxuries and home ownership.
Jeez, I'm amazed that such snobbery exists, but shouldn't be.
What a nasty little man Alex appears to be!
Oh dear, have I touched a nerve? Sorry to upset you.
No not at all. not as if where you live Is that great matey
You touched the 'do I really support the same football club as this jumped-up snob?' nerve.

But I'm over it. There's tools wherever you go in life.
I think the lyrical hornet cornet might add there's lots of tools in my shed!
Ah yes. With u on that. More Lamb than DeNiro I think
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alexander Hilcroft[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alexander Hilcroft[/bold] wrote: I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC[/p][/quote]Well Alexander you'd better stay in your ivory tower and avoid having to mix with plebs who'd do such a thing[/p][/quote]God that describes me to a T! Doesn't it upset the traditional middle classes ( the real snobs) that the working class have caught them up in terms of life's little luxuries and home ownership. Jeez, I'm amazed that such snobbery exists, but shouldn't be. What a nasty little man Alex appears to be![/p][/quote]Oh dear, have I touched a nerve? Sorry to upset you.[/p][/quote]No not at all. not as if where you live Is that great matey[/p][/quote]You touched the 'do I really support the same football club as this jumped-up snob?' nerve. But I'm over it. There's tools wherever you go in life.[/p][/quote]I think the lyrical hornet cornet might add there's lots of tools in my shed![/p][/quote]Ah yes. With u on that. More Lamb than DeNiro I think Bush Hornet
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3:34pm Thu 15 Nov 12

Alexander Hilcroft says...

lutondown wrote:
Dr,Oftaw wrote:
Alexander Hilcroft wrote:
I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC
oh dear what a prat one of the deluded idiotic bassini brigade still hanging on here, seem to recall you were also vocal trying to get deeney sacked.anymore bright remarks old boy?
No it's just delusions of grandeur Dear Dr, not becoming of someone who lives in a leafy Oxhey Avenue right next to a sprawling council estate.
Mein Gott!
Oxhey?!!! I've been insulted before but you go too far, Sir
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dr,Oftaw[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alexander Hilcroft[/bold] wrote: I've always understood that only lower middle class collar c**ts who've brought their own council house read the Daily Mail, so let's not to get too upset about its coverage of WFC[/p][/quote]oh dear what a prat one of the deluded idiotic bassini brigade still hanging on here, seem to recall you were also vocal trying to get deeney sacked.anymore bright remarks old boy?[/p][/quote]No it's just delusions of grandeur Dear Dr, not becoming of someone who lives in a leafy Oxhey Avenue right next to a sprawling council estate. Mein Gott![/p][/quote]Oxhey?!!! I've been insulted before but you go too far, Sir Alexander Hilcroft
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3:36pm Thu 15 Nov 12

Bush Hornet says...

Quoted the wrong post above. I think Gino and George share a gene.
Quoted the wrong post above. I think Gino and George share a gene. Bush Hornet
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4:05pm Thu 15 Nov 12

andyhooked says...

Let's all buy the Daily Mail then! Nice bits here following my tongue in cheek remark. (joke) Now if we appear in the Sunday Sport he big time page 3 in The Sun then we have hit the big time. Ooh I forgot the Financial Times as well. Ignore the ignorant Daily Mail and let's just hope we contin ue to get better. Not every week will be good but let us hope most are.
Let's all buy the Daily Mail then! Nice bits here following my tongue in cheek remark. (joke) Now if we appear in the Sunday Sport he big time page 3 in The Sun then we have hit the big time. Ooh I forgot the Financial Times as well. Ignore the ignorant Daily Mail and let's just hope we contin ue to get better. Not every week will be good but let us hope most are. andyhooked
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5:12pm Thu 15 Nov 12

lutondown says...

Bush Hornet wrote:
Quoted the wrong post above. I think Gino and George share a gene.
Just your stalking obsession of me!
[quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: Quoted the wrong post above. I think Gino and George share a gene.[/p][/quote]Just your stalking obsession of me! lutondown
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6:44pm Thu 15 Nov 12

Bush Hornet says...

lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
Quoted the wrong post above. I think Gino and George share a gene.
Just your stalking obsession of me!
LOL (that means Look Out Lutondown)
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: Quoted the wrong post above. I think Gino and George share a gene.[/p][/quote]Just your stalking obsession of me![/p][/quote]LOL (that means Look Out Lutondown) Bush Hornet
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7:16pm Thu 15 Nov 12

lutondown says...

Bush Hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
Quoted the wrong post above. I think Gino and George share a gene.
Just your stalking obsession of me!
LOL (that means Look Out Lutondown)
Sufficiently frightened. A stalking socialist on the wobble! ;-o
[quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: Quoted the wrong post above. I think Gino and George share a gene.[/p][/quote]Just your stalking obsession of me![/p][/quote]LOL (that means Look Out Lutondown)[/p][/quote]Sufficiently frightened. A stalking socialist on the wobble! ;-o lutondown
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10:11pm Thu 15 Nov 12

Bush Hornet says...

lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
Quoted the wrong post above. I think Gino and George share a gene.
Just your stalking obsession of me!
LOL (that means Look Out Lutondown)
Sufficiently frightened. A stalking socialist on the wobble! ;-o
I've decided to stalk Herr Hilcroft instead. I think he needs a bit of my socialism (sounds like a proper fascist to me). Anyway I'm sick of hanging outside your grotty little council house
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: Quoted the wrong post above. I think Gino and George share a gene.[/p][/quote]Just your stalking obsession of me![/p][/quote]LOL (that means Look Out Lutondown)[/p][/quote]Sufficiently frightened. A stalking socialist on the wobble! ;-o[/p][/quote]I've decided to stalk Herr Hilcroft instead. I think he needs a bit of my socialism (sounds like a proper fascist to me). Anyway I'm sick of hanging outside your grotty little council house Bush Hornet
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10:49pm Thu 15 Nov 12

lutondown says...

Bush Hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
Quoted the wrong post above. I think Gino and George share a gene.
Just your stalking obsession of me!
LOL (that means Look Out Lutondown)
Sufficiently frightened. A stalking socialist on the wobble! ;-o
I've decided to stalk Herr Hilcroft instead. I think he needs a bit of my socialism (sounds like a proper fascist to me). Anyway I'm sick of hanging outside your grotty little council house
But it's nice, my wife polishes the doorstep and makes fine homemade lemonade sir.
It's one step up from the cave, we descend from ( a generation or so ago)!
I'll miss you gazing longingly at my Council installed secondary glazing, and my worse than MFI laminated kitchen.
Anyone else want to stalk me or want an exchange! The house, wife, Dog all part of the package. Now off to dig my allotment over.
[quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: Quoted the wrong post above. I think Gino and George share a gene.[/p][/quote]Just your stalking obsession of me![/p][/quote]LOL (that means Look Out Lutondown)[/p][/quote]Sufficiently frightened. A stalking socialist on the wobble! ;-o[/p][/quote]I've decided to stalk Herr Hilcroft instead. I think he needs a bit of my socialism (sounds like a proper fascist to me). Anyway I'm sick of hanging outside your grotty little council house[/p][/quote]But it's nice, my wife polishes the doorstep and makes fine homemade lemonade sir. It's one step up from the cave, we descend from ( a generation or so ago)! I'll miss you gazing longingly at my Council installed secondary glazing, and my worse than MFI laminated kitchen. Anyone else want to stalk me or want an exchange! The house, wife, Dog all part of the package. Now off to dig my allotment over. lutondown
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10:51pm Thu 15 Nov 12

lutondown says...

Alex a question. It was all going so swimmingly. Tell me, did Scully send you?
Alex a question. It was all going so swimmingly. Tell me, did Scully send you? lutondown
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11:24pm Thu 15 Nov 12

Bush Hornet says...

lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
Quoted the wrong post above. I think Gino and George share a gene.
Just your stalking obsession of me!
LOL (that means Look Out Lutondown)
Sufficiently frightened. A stalking socialist on the wobble! ;-o
I've decided to stalk Herr Hilcroft instead. I think he needs a bit of my socialism (sounds like a proper fascist to me). Anyway I'm sick of hanging outside your grotty little council house
But it's nice, my wife polishes the doorstep and makes fine homemade lemonade sir.
It's one step up from the cave, we descend from ( a generation or so ago)!
I'll miss you gazing longingly at my Council installed secondary glazing, and my worse than MFI laminated kitchen.
Anyone else want to stalk me or want an exchange! The house, wife, Dog all part of the package. Now off to dig my allotment over.
Ok let's swap. I've dreamt of getting out of our caravan and finally it's a reality. I'll stick with my own wife though, and please take your dog. I can't do the whole picking up dog poo thing that people who live in houses do. Btw, allotments: bourgoise for sure
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: Quoted the wrong post above. I think Gino and George share a gene.[/p][/quote]Just your stalking obsession of me![/p][/quote]LOL (that means Look Out Lutondown)[/p][/quote]Sufficiently frightened. A stalking socialist on the wobble! ;-o[/p][/quote]I've decided to stalk Herr Hilcroft instead. I think he needs a bit of my socialism (sounds like a proper fascist to me). Anyway I'm sick of hanging outside your grotty little council house[/p][/quote]But it's nice, my wife polishes the doorstep and makes fine homemade lemonade sir. It's one step up from the cave, we descend from ( a generation or so ago)! I'll miss you gazing longingly at my Council installed secondary glazing, and my worse than MFI laminated kitchen. Anyone else want to stalk me or want an exchange! The house, wife, Dog all part of the package. Now off to dig my allotment over.[/p][/quote]Ok let's swap. I've dreamt of getting out of our caravan and finally it's a reality. I'll stick with my own wife though, and please take your dog. I can't do the whole picking up dog poo thing that people who live in houses do. Btw, allotments: bourgoise for sure Bush Hornet
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