Watford draw at former manager Sean Dyche's Burnley

First published in Watford FC News by , Group Sports Editor

Watford made it four games unbeaten on the road as their first encounter with former boss Sean Dyche ended in a 1-1 draw against Burnley at Turf Moor.

The Hornets were some way below their best throughout but they took an early lead when Nathaniel Chalobah drilled home after the home side had twice failed to clear following a corner.

The Chelsea loanee was forced out of the contest at half-time through injury but by that stage Charlie Austin had equalised from the penalty spot after Almen Abdi’s rather soft challenge on Dean Marney in the area had been penalised.

Burnley continued to have more of the play after the break but it was the visitors who arguably had the better of the chances until late on.

Troy Deeney, who was aiming to score for a club record-equalling seventh successive game was denied on three occasions by Lee Grant, while Joel Ekstrand hit the bar with a speculative effort from all of 30 yards.

However, it took an excellent challenge from Fitz Hall to divert an Austin shot away from a corner in stoppage time and from the resultant set piece, a header from substitute Sam Vokes was diverted over the bar by Manuel Almunia.

Gianfranco Zola made two changes as his side sought to bounce back from last weekend’s 2-1 defeat at home to Hull City.

Abdi returned to the starting line-up after his five-game absence following a dislocated shoulder, while Alex Geijo was given the nod to partner the record-chasing-equalling Deeney in attack. That meant Mark Yeates and Matej Vydra dropped to the bench.

Former boss Dyche, who was axed in the summer following the Pozzo takeover at Vicarage Road, was always going to have to make two changes from the side that last 2-0 at Nottingham Forest last time out, with Chris McCann and Michael Duff suspended, but he also made an additional one as Brian Stock dropped to the bench. In came Kevin Long, who made his first senior start, David Edgar and Danny Ings.

The visitors looked like they might be forced to into an early change inside the opening two minutes when Chalobah pulled up after getting caught in the back as he went to contest a header on the edge of the Clarets box, but after receiving treatment he was able to continue.

Burnley had the first chance in the sixth minute when Ross Wallace played in a dangerous free-kick from the left, Austin headed down and Deeney just got to the ball ahead of Ings inside the six-yard box to clear behind for a corner.

However, Watford were able to force three corners in succession in and around the ten-minute mark and from the third they made the breakthrough with what was their first attempt of the match.

Abdi played in the set-piece from the right which was headed clear to the edge of the area where Daniel Pudil was able to find Hall in space on the left side of the 18-yard box. His dangerous delivery was also headed back out towards the edge of the penalty area but it only reached Chalobah, who drilled a first time right-footed half-volley back past Grant to give the Hornets a 1-0 advantage.

In trying to clear the ball though, Edgar clashed heads with Geijo and there followed another delay before play was able to restart from the centre spot as both players received treatment.

Zola’s men were relatively comfortable after taking the lead, although there was a threat when Marney was played in behind Hall on the left side of the penalty area but Almunia was able to deal with the attempted pull back.

The Clarets though, began to up the ante after that, with Long coming up from the back to head a Wallace corner from the left back across the target and wide.

Chalobah then picked up a yellow card for kicking the ball away after his side conceded a free-kick and that was the catalyst for a chain of events that led to Burnley equalising.

Wallace took the set piece deep to the far post where Edgar and Ings both went for the ball and Almunia did very well to scramble the ball behind for a corner. That set piece was taken short though, and from it Abdi was adjudged to have bundled into the back of Marney and referee Philip Gibbs had no hesitation in pointing to the spot. Before the penalty could be taken, Almunia was yellow carded for time wasting after claiming the ball was not on the penalty mark. But it didn’t affect Austin, who calmly sent the Hornets keeper the wrong way to net his 22nd of the campaign and make it 1-1.

The Watford keeper was soon involved again, diving to his left to hold on to a low, swerving effort from Kieran Trippier at the second attempt before the referee penalised the Clarets right-back for following in as he sought to capitalise on the potential rebound.

The Spaniard also had to save again, more comfortably this time, to deal with a downward header from Austin following a searching Daniel Lafferty delivery before Abdi had the chance to try and play a team-mate in but chose to go it alone and fired harmlessly over from 20 yards.

However, the Clarets were soon back on the offensive and Tommie Hoban, who had made a number of timely interceptions in the opening period, was forced into a last-ditch challenge to prevent Austin from getting on the end of Martin Paterson’s low delivery from the left side of the area after Almunia had been unable to cut it out.

Abdi pulled another long-range effort across goal and wide in the last minute of normal time in the first half but the build-up was encouraging, with Watford putting together a neat one-touch build-up after an opening period in which some of their passing had again been below par.

The opening period though, came to a close with Chalobah clearly struggling as he limped off the pitch and there was no surprise that Yeates came on at the start of the second half to make the 300th appearance of his career.

The hosts made the more positive start but it was Watford who nearly retook the lead in the 50th minute when Pudil was released on the left and although his attempted cross was partially dealt with, Geijo hooked the ball back over his shoulder to Deeney, whose first attempt was blocked by the feet of Grant, who then saved the in-form striker’s follow-up from the right side of the six-yard box.

Almunia’s first save of the half came from a well-struck long distance effort by Lafferty, but the Hornets again threatened when Deeney’s attempted one-two almost put striker partner Geijo in on goal.

The next chance came Burnley’s way in the 60th minute when Trippier’s cross from the right was met by the diving Austin but his flicked header was directed straight at Almunia.

For the most part though, the game had become scrappy, with both sides guilty of making mistakes in possession, although Austin wasn’t too far away in the 69th shot when he checked back inside on his right foot on the edge of the area before drilling a rising right-footed drive narrowly wide.

The Clarets target man then almost capitalised on a misjudged clearance from Fitz Hall by attempting to lift it past Almunia but the Hornets keeper just managed to get a hand to the ball in time to deny the forward a straightforward tap in.

Both managers decided to make a change on 72 minutes, with Vydra replacing Geijo and Junior Stanislas coming on for Paterson.

There was scare for the visitors soon after when Marco Cassetti handled a deflected Marney shot in his own area but the referee deemed it accidental after the ball rebounded up and struck the Hornets player’s limb.

Following that let off though, Watford enjoyed a good spell and they almost scored twice in quick succession around the 79-minute mark.

First, Ekstrand chanced his arm with a speculative half-volley from 30 yards plus from out on the right that dipped over Grant but crashed back off the crossbar. The Hornets were able to keep the attack going and a neat build-up ended with Deeney being set up with a clear opportunity but his right-footed strike was kept out by the keeper.

Dyche made his second change with six minutes remaining as Keith Treacy came on for Ings and Burnley’s other replacement, Stanislas, then had an opportunity when a partially cleared free-kick dropped to him on the edge of the area but he snatched his shot wide.

The substitute saw another effort blocked but only after Pudil had been fortunate to see the spin of a bouncing ball fall in his favour after his initial misjudgement had threatened to give his side big problems.

The Czech player made way for Ikechi Anya as the game entered stoppage time, with Vokes also coming on for Wallace, but Burnley so nearly snatched the points late on.

First, Hall had to make a fine last-gasp challenge to divert an Austin strike wide and then, from the resultant corner, Vokes powered in a header that Almunia instinctively stuck up two arms to divert over his own bar to preserve a point.

Burnley: Grant, Trippier, Long, Shackell, Lafferty; Wallace (Vokes 90), Marney, Edgar, Ings (Treacy 84); Austin, Paterson (Stanislas 72). Not used: Jensen, Mills, Bartley and Stock.

Watford: Almunia; Ekstrand, Hall, Hoban; Cassetti, Abdi, Chalobah (Yeates 46), Hogg, Pudil (Anya 90); Deeney, Geijo (Vydra 72). Not used: Neuton, Beleck, Bonham and Battocchio.

Bookings: Chalobah for dissent (26); Almunia for time wasting (28); Treacy for a foul on Pudil (88).

Attendance: 14,896.

Referee: Philip Gibbs.

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5:30pm Sat 15 Dec 12

Guy Bov says...

Forestieri's trickery seemed badly missed today but Burnley not the easiest of away fixtures
Forestieri's trickery seemed badly missed today but Burnley not the easiest of away fixtures Guy Bov
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5:35pm Sat 15 Dec 12

endean2 says...

well it seems that was a good point earned.
well it seems that was a good point earned. endean2
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5:41pm Sat 15 Dec 12

WessexLad says...

Could have gone either way, so a point was a fair result. Right team, right subs at the right time, so nothing to complain about.

Must win our home games, though. COYH!
Could have gone either way, so a point was a fair result. Right team, right subs at the right time, so nothing to complain about. Must win our home games, though. COYH! WessexLad
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5:43pm Sat 15 Dec 12

lutondown says...

Yeah I'll take that. I think we're not really firing in midfield. Still seventh. Mankys winter wobble has started. Jenny Jackett beats the manager of month curse. Well done Kenny hope you finish one place below us.
Yeah I'll take that. I think we're not really firing in midfield. Still seventh. Mankys winter wobble has started. Jenny Jackett beats the manager of month curse. Well done Kenny hope you finish one place below us. lutondown
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5:52pm Sat 15 Dec 12

Bush Hornet says...

If we have to share points I don't mind Dychey redbeard having 1 today. Anyway finally Cardiff lose at home to Posh so everything's ok (I'm not bitter)
If we have to share points I don't mind Dychey redbeard having 1 today. Anyway finally Cardiff lose at home to Posh so everything's ok (I'm not bitter) Bush Hornet
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6:05pm Sat 15 Dec 12

jasonwatford says...

Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou jasonwatford
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6:14pm Sat 15 Dec 12

WessexLad says...

jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
As you say, a point away from home is hardly an abject performance.
[quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]As you say, a point away from home is hardly an abject performance. WessexLad
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6:14pm Sat 15 Dec 12

lutondown says...

jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
[quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark! lutondown
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6:21pm Sat 15 Dec 12

Bush Hornet says...

lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
No I didn't want him getting a point either but it hurts a little less when it's Dyche not FatjockMacMoan
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]No I didn't want him getting a point either but it hurts a little less when it's Dyche not FatjockMacMoan Bush Hornet
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7:09pm Sat 15 Dec 12

AngelHornet says...

If GZ can find the right combination in midfield, we could be onto a great 2nd half of the season.
Good point today owever
If GZ can find the right combination in midfield, we could be onto a great 2nd half of the season. Good point today owever AngelHornet
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7:14pm Sat 15 Dec 12

lutondown says...

Bush Hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
No I didn't want him getting a point either but it hurts a little less when it's Dyche not FatjockMacMoan
Yes I suppose so you overgrown lady garden you! If we played badly and got a point then the mark of a good team!
[quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]No I didn't want him getting a point either but it hurts a little less when it's Dyche not FatjockMacMoan[/p][/quote]Yes I suppose so you overgrown lady garden you! If we played badly and got a point then the mark of a good team! lutondown
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7:30pm Sat 15 Dec 12

GianlucaVialli the better italian says...

lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management? GianlucaVialli the better italian
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7:34pm Sat 15 Dec 12

lutondown says...

GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
You love him, good for you.
[quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]You love him, good for you. lutondown
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7:56pm Sat 15 Dec 12

buckler says...

GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback!
[quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback! buckler
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8:19pm Sat 15 Dec 12

lutondown says...

buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback!
My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.
[quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback![/p][/quote]My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half. lutondown
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8:24pm Sat 15 Dec 12

Bush Hornet says...

Dyche is dignified. Malky is maladjusted. Zola is the future.

Anyway I'm not the superstitious type but I'll get a bikini wax in the new year and see if it helps matters on and off the pitch.
Dyche is dignified. Malky is maladjusted. Zola is the future. Anyway I'm not the superstitious type but I'll get a bikini wax in the new year and see if it helps matters on and off the pitch. Bush Hornet
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8:26pm Sat 15 Dec 12

Bush Hornet says...

lutondown wrote:
buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback!
My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.
Exactly
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback![/p][/quote]My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.[/p][/quote]Exactly Bush Hornet
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8:28pm Sat 15 Dec 12

Hornet Cornet says...

well chrimbo approaches and i am happy. i feel a poem comingo on.
well chrimbo approaches and i am happy. i feel a poem comingo on. Hornet Cornet
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8:31pm Sat 15 Dec 12

Hornet Cornet says...

Football can make you cry it can also bring you joy I've played and watched it as a man and a small boy. Football has great players like the one and only Messi the Argentinian is a genius I wished he played for Watford.

Football is the favourite sport no other game comes anywhere near in the U.K.it's the number one pastime just beating fishing and drinking beer. Football though can be an addiction it can be on your mind all of the day your thinking about goals, shots, and saves,  and even talking about it to God when you pray. So long may Football be played on our planet even though it has trouble along the way but just think if there was no Football at all us fans would have nothing to do on a Saturday! 
Football can make you cry it can also bring you joy I've played and watched it as a man and a small boy. Football has great players like the one and only Messi the Argentinian is a genius I wished he played for Watford. Football is the favourite sport no other game comes anywhere near in the U.K.it's the number one pastime just beating fishing and drinking beer. Football though can be an addiction it can be on your mind all of the day your thinking about goals, shots, and saves,  and even talking about it to God when you pray. So long may Football be played on our planet even though it has trouble along the way but just think if there was no Football at all us fans would have nothing to do on a Saturday!  Hornet Cornet
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8:58pm Sat 15 Dec 12

Skully84 says...

jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
Only Palace and Hull have more points on the road..about Yeates or Battocchio, I guess GZ went for experience than flair, CB can tackle like Scholes but has excellent vision, MY has been playing in the side and was perhaps more sharp for a difficult game
[quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]Only Palace and Hull have more points on the road..about Yeates or Battocchio, I guess GZ went for experience than flair, CB can tackle like Scholes but has excellent vision, MY has been playing in the side and was perhaps more sharp for a difficult game Skully84
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12:11am Sun 16 Dec 12

D.unstable says...

lutondown wrote:
buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback!
My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.
Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me.

If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!!

McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback![/p][/quote]My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.[/p][/quote]Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me. If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!! McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again. D.unstable
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12:19am Sun 16 Dec 12

Hopemole says...

See the Yeates bashers are back despite his recent good form. When he came on today the midfield passing gained some accuracy after a lot of scrappy play.
See the Yeates bashers are back despite his recent good form. When he came on today the midfield passing gained some accuracy after a lot of scrappy play. Hopemole
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12:22am Sun 16 Dec 12

D.unstable says...

GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
In a word, yes. His choice!!!

If you went to an italian restaurant, had a lovely starter, followed by a very tasty main, then for desert they brought you out a hot steamy turd topped with custard, what would be your lasting memory of the experience?

Mmmm, don't forget the lovely starter and tasty main!!!
[quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]In a word, yes. His choice!!! If you went to an italian restaurant, had a lovely starter, followed by a very tasty main, then for desert they brought you out a hot steamy turd topped with custard, what would be your lasting memory of the experience? Mmmm, don't forget the lovely starter and tasty main!!! D.unstable
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1:41am Sun 16 Dec 12

GianlucaVialli the better italian says...

D.unstable wrote:
lutondown wrote:
buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback!
My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.
Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me.

If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!!

McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.
Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up.
Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.
[quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback![/p][/quote]My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.[/p][/quote]Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me. If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!! McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.[/p][/quote]Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up. Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while. GianlucaVialli the better italian
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6:47am Sun 16 Dec 12

lutondown says...

GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
D.unstable wrote:
lutondown wrote:
buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback!
My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.
Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me.

If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!!

McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.
Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up.
Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.
You love Boofers and MacPie. Good for you
[quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback![/p][/quote]My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.[/p][/quote]Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me. If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!! McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.[/p][/quote]Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up. Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.[/p][/quote]You love Boofers and MacPie. Good for you lutondown
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9:01am Sun 16 Dec 12

Watfordwes says...

Massively missed Chand second half, although another needless booking for kicking ball away meant he would have kept us all on a knife edge when he tackled.

I ve not been so impressed with him last few games BUT he always wants the ball.

Burnley shut our defence down second half and without a midfield outlet it was painful at times.

Hogg was immense defensively but not the best in possession and Yeats does not want it when its a tight situation.

In sum I'd like to see more of battachio
Massively missed Chand second half, although another needless booking for kicking ball away meant he would have kept us all on a knife edge when he tackled. I ve not been so impressed with him last few games BUT he always wants the ball. Burnley shut our defence down second half and without a midfield outlet it was painful at times. Hogg was immense defensively but not the best in possession and Yeats does not want it when its a tight situation. In sum I'd like to see more of battachio Watfordwes
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9:24am Sun 16 Dec 12

jasonwatford says...

Stand by what i said abject performance. Just because we didnt lose dont mean the performance was good or up to standard does it ? Very glad to get a point but some games we have not sparked or reached what we can achieve in terms of style and goals ? I have never liked yeates and 3 good games dont change my mind when he turns back to being what he naturally is. Luca vialli you are just a real numpty and i feel sorry for you as every morning when you wake up and look in the mirror you are you. Glad abdi is back and i hope we find that spark as watched man city yesterday and if he puts that team out if might be a difficult day. Glad to see judas got spanked at home and fatty xmas has come early !!!
Stand by what i said abject performance. Just because we didnt lose dont mean the performance was good or up to standard does it ? Very glad to get a point but some games we have not sparked or reached what we can achieve in terms of style and goals ? I have never liked yeates and 3 good games dont change my mind when he turns back to being what he naturally is. Luca vialli you are just a real numpty and i feel sorry for you as every morning when you wake up and look in the mirror you are you. Glad abdi is back and i hope we find that spark as watched man city yesterday and if he puts that team out if might be a difficult day. Glad to see judas got spanked at home and fatty xmas has come early !!! jasonwatford
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9:27am Sun 16 Dec 12

OliverF1976 says...

GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
D.unstable wrote:
lutondown wrote:
buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback!
My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.
Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me.

If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!!

McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.
Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up.
Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.
Mackay leaving us for Cardiff wasn't really the issue. You couldn't blame him for jumping ship with a new owner who wouldn't speak to him about transfer budgets and you are right Dyche in the end probably would have left BUT it is highly unlikely that Dyche would have tried to bring the club to it's knees by taking all the staff, jumping in on player transfers that were on the verge of joining us, taking advantage of badly written contracts to take a player for nothing and seem determined to ruin a club that had backed him as a player and a manager. Leaving isn't the problem, ripping the heart from the club is.
[quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback![/p][/quote]My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.[/p][/quote]Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me. If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!! McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.[/p][/quote]Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up. Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.[/p][/quote]Mackay leaving us for Cardiff wasn't really the issue. You couldn't blame him for jumping ship with a new owner who wouldn't speak to him about transfer budgets and you are right Dyche in the end probably would have left BUT it is highly unlikely that Dyche would have tried to bring the club to it's knees by taking all the staff, jumping in on player transfers that were on the verge of joining us, taking advantage of badly written contracts to take a player for nothing and seem determined to ruin a club that had backed him as a player and a manager. Leaving isn't the problem, ripping the heart from the club is. OliverF1976
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10:13am Sun 16 Dec 12

Bush Hornet says...

GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
D.unstable wrote:
lutondown wrote:
buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback!
My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.
Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me.

If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!!

McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.
Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up.
Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.
This fella is ill.
[quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback![/p][/quote]My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.[/p][/quote]Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me. If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!! McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.[/p][/quote]Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up. Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.[/p][/quote]This fella is ill. Bush Hornet
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10:33am Sun 16 Dec 12

lutondown says...

Bush Hornet wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
D.unstable wrote:
lutondown wrote:
buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback!
My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.
Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me.

If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!!

McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.
Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up.
Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.
This fella is ill.
He doesn't like me or Buck. Good for him! We don't like him ;-)
[quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback![/p][/quote]My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.[/p][/quote]Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me. If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!! McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.[/p][/quote]Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up. Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.[/p][/quote]This fella is ill.[/p][/quote]He doesn't like me or Buck. Good for him! We don't like him ;-) lutondown
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10:39am Sun 16 Dec 12

lutondown says...

jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
Well Jase, yesterday did sound poor, give you that, but got a point. We're not easy to beat no more. That's good.
As for your comment another abject performance, I've seen quite a few away games, and not once an abject performance. I give you that Blackpool were the better team after our first excellent twenty five mins. And Derby was terrible, but with mitigating circumstances, but other than that, abject is a tad harsh.
Hold out your hand Saturday I want fingers for my necklace!
[quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]Well Jase, yesterday did sound poor, give you that, but got a point. We're not easy to beat no more. That's good. As for your comment another abject performance, I've seen quite a few away games, and not once an abject performance. I give you that Blackpool were the better team after our first excellent twenty five mins. And Derby was terrible, but with mitigating circumstances, but other than that, abject is a tad harsh. Hold out your hand Saturday I want fingers for my necklace! lutondown
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11:53am Sun 16 Dec 12

Bush Hornet says...

lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
D.unstable wrote:
lutondown wrote:
buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback!
My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.
Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me.

If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!!

McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.
Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up.
Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.
This fella is ill.
He doesn't like me or Buck. Good for him! We don't like him ;-)
Well I didn't say he is totally insane
;-)
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback![/p][/quote]My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.[/p][/quote]Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me. If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!! McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.[/p][/quote]Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up. Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.[/p][/quote]This fella is ill.[/p][/quote]He doesn't like me or Buck. Good for him! We don't like him ;-)[/p][/quote]Well I didn't say he is totally insane ;-) Bush Hornet
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12:06pm Sun 16 Dec 12

buckler says...

GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
D.unstable wrote:
lutondown wrote:
buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback!
My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.
Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me.

If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!!

McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.
Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up.
Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.
We know you feel unloved , sort of like a Luton fan? As its Christmas and all that , we are prepared to give you one last chance! Fit in or make you way up the M1 North.. Your choice kid!
[quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback![/p][/quote]My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.[/p][/quote]Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me. If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!! McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.[/p][/quote]Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up. Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.[/p][/quote]We know you feel unloved , sort of like a Luton fan? As its Christmas and all that , we are prepared to give you one last chance! Fit in or make you way up the M1 North.. Your choice kid! buckler
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12:15pm Sun 16 Dec 12

D.unstable says...

GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
D.unstable wrote:
lutondown wrote:
buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback!
My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.
Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me.

If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!!

McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.
Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up.
Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.
I don't jump on a anyone's bandwagon fella. So my opinion may be the same on this subject as LD, Buckler and probably the vast majority of sane Watford supporters.

Very well explained by Oliver too. The bottom line is not when they go but how they go.

One day GFZ will move on no doubt, however he is not the type of man to try and pull the house down as he leaves with little or no regard for those left behind, ie the supporters. Get it yet? Or does it have to be explained again and again and again.
[quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback![/p][/quote]My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.[/p][/quote]Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me. If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!! McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.[/p][/quote]Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up. Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.[/p][/quote]I don't jump on a anyone's bandwagon fella. So my opinion may be the same on this subject as LD, Buckler and probably the vast majority of sane Watford supporters. Very well explained by Oliver too. The bottom line is not when they go but how they go. One day GFZ will move on no doubt, however he is not the type of man to try and pull the house down as he leaves with little or no regard for those left behind, ie the supporters. Get it yet? Or does it have to be explained again and again and again. D.unstable
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12:57pm Sun 16 Dec 12

GianlucaVialli the better italian says...

buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
D.unstable wrote:
lutondown wrote:
buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback!
My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.
Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me.

If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!!

McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.
Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up.
Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.
We know you feel unloved , sort of like a Luton fan? As its Christmas and all that , we are prepared to give you one last chance! Fit in or make you way up the M1 North.. Your choice kid!
So I must conform to your opinions, otherwise I'm wrong and have to leave? Underlying tones of nazism here.
Also if GFZ left of course he wouldn't 'pull the house down'. I highly doubt Chelsea would want our players.
[quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback![/p][/quote]My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.[/p][/quote]Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me. If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!! McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.[/p][/quote]Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up. Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.[/p][/quote]We know you feel unloved , sort of like a Luton fan? As its Christmas and all that , we are prepared to give you one last chance! Fit in or make you way up the M1 North.. Your choice kid![/p][/quote]So I must conform to your opinions, otherwise I'm wrong and have to leave? Underlying tones of nazism here. Also if GFZ left of course he wouldn't 'pull the house down'. I highly doubt Chelsea would want our players. GianlucaVialli the better italian
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2:58pm Sun 16 Dec 12

D.unstable says...

GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
D.unstable wrote:
lutondown wrote:
buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback!
My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.
Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me.

If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!!

McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.
Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up.
Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.
We know you feel unloved , sort of like a Luton fan? As its Christmas and all that , we are prepared to give you one last chance! Fit in or make you way up the M1 North.. Your choice kid!
So I must conform to your opinions, otherwise I'm wrong and have to leave? Underlying tones of nazism here.
Also if GFZ left of course he wouldn't 'pull the house down'. I highly doubt Chelsea would want our players.
Is this your only form of communication with the outside world Billy no mates?
[quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback![/p][/quote]My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.[/p][/quote]Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me. If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!! McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.[/p][/quote]Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up. Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.[/p][/quote]We know you feel unloved , sort of like a Luton fan? As its Christmas and all that , we are prepared to give you one last chance! Fit in or make you way up the M1 North.. Your choice kid![/p][/quote]So I must conform to your opinions, otherwise I'm wrong and have to leave? Underlying tones of nazism here. Also if GFZ left of course he wouldn't 'pull the house down'. I highly doubt Chelsea would want our players.[/p][/quote]Is this your only form of communication with the outside world Billy no mates? D.unstable
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6:06pm Sun 16 Dec 12

@ChrisBottom16 says...

D.unstable wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
D.unstable wrote:
lutondown wrote:
buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback!
My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.
Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me.

If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!!

McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.
Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up.
Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.
We know you feel unloved , sort of like a Luton fan? As its Christmas and all that , we are prepared to give you one last chance! Fit in or make you way up the M1 North.. Your choice kid!
So I must conform to your opinions, otherwise I'm wrong and have to leave? Underlying tones of nazism here.
Also if GFZ left of course he wouldn't 'pull the house down'. I highly doubt Chelsea would want our players.
Is this your only form of communication with the outside world Billy no mates?
As LD is leader of 'Da Twitter Crew' its only right we worship him an go along with what he says!

Muppet! We are all inderviduals who just happen to get on and agree on the majority of subjuects.

Regards the old fat divvy. No one blames him for leaving. Its the fact he pulled the plug on the Craig Conway deal so he could join him at Cardiff. Told Cowie The Coward he should leave on a free to join him, going back on a gentlemans agreement Cowie had with the club. taking our Medical department. Taking our communications head with him. And generally taking anything that wernt naailed in place.

All while knowing we did not have the money to replace what he was stealing.

He put us in a position were he knew he had done over a club that had given him every chance and opportunity when no one else would!

This is the concensus of every fan i know!

While were on the point, I just remembered Hogg broke Conways ankle last season. I will no longer bash Hogg, he now has hero status again!
[quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback![/p][/quote]My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.[/p][/quote]Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me. If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!! McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.[/p][/quote]Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up. Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.[/p][/quote]We know you feel unloved , sort of like a Luton fan? As its Christmas and all that , we are prepared to give you one last chance! Fit in or make you way up the M1 North.. Your choice kid![/p][/quote]So I must conform to your opinions, otherwise I'm wrong and have to leave? Underlying tones of nazism here. Also if GFZ left of course he wouldn't 'pull the house down'. I highly doubt Chelsea would want our players.[/p][/quote]Is this your only form of communication with the outside world Billy no mates?[/p][/quote]As LD is leader of 'Da Twitter Crew' its only right we worship him an go along with what he says! Muppet! We are all inderviduals who just happen to get on and agree on the majority of subjuects. Regards the old fat divvy. No one blames him for leaving. Its the fact he pulled the plug on the Craig Conway deal so he could join him at Cardiff. Told Cowie The Coward he should leave on a free to join him, going back on a gentlemans agreement Cowie had with the club. taking our Medical department. Taking our communications head with him. And generally taking anything that wernt naailed in place. All while knowing we did not have the money to replace what he was stealing. He put us in a position were he knew he had done over a club that had given him every chance and opportunity when no one else would! This is the concensus of every fan i know! While were on the point, I just remembered Hogg broke Conways ankle last season. I will no longer bash Hogg, he now has hero status again! @ChrisBottom16
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6:50pm Sun 16 Dec 12

lutondown says...

Bush Hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
D.unstable wrote:
lutondown wrote:
buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback!
My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.
Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me.

If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!!

McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.
Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up.
Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.
This fella is ill.
He doesn't like me or Buck. Good for him! We don't like him ;-)
Well I didn't say he is totally insane
;-)
You damnation of a Svede Sven! Get in the lion Saturday where I'll be with scissors to masculinise you! ;-)
[quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback![/p][/quote]My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.[/p][/quote]Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me. If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!! McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.[/p][/quote]Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up. Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.[/p][/quote]This fella is ill.[/p][/quote]He doesn't like me or Buck. Good for him! We don't like him ;-)[/p][/quote]Well I didn't say he is totally insane ;-)[/p][/quote]You damnation of a Svede Sven! Get in the lion Saturday where I'll be with scissors to masculinise you! ;-) lutondown
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10:32pm Sun 16 Dec 12

Bush Hornet says...

lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
D.unstable wrote:
lutondown wrote:
buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback!
My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.
Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me.

If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!!

McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.
Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up.
Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.
This fella is ill.
He doesn't like me or Buck. Good for him! We don't like him ;-)
Well I didn't say he is totally insane
;-)
You damnation of a Svede Sven! Get in the lion Saturday where I'll be with scissors to masculinise you! ;-)
Sweeney Todd wants to chop my Swedish locks! No way. I'm with the wife's family up north from Friday so no football til NY day. Please get your haircutting fad out of your system with the barbie doll your missis has got you for Christmas
[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]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback![/p][/quote]My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.[/p][/quote]Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me. If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!! McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.[/p][/quote]Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up. Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.[/p][/quote]This fella is ill.[/p][/quote]He doesn't like me or Buck. Good for him! We don't like him ;-)[/p][/quote]Well I didn't say he is totally insane ;-)[/p][/quote]You damnation of a Svede Sven! Get in the lion Saturday where I'll be with scissors to masculinise you! ;-)[/p][/quote]Sweeney Todd wants to chop my Swedish locks! No way. I'm with the wife's family up north from Friday so no football til NY day. Please get your haircutting fad out of your system with the barbie doll your missis has got you for Christmas Bush Hornet
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10:38pm Sun 16 Dec 12

lutondown says...

Bush Hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
D.unstable wrote:
lutondown wrote:
buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback!
My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.
Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me.

If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!!

McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.
Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up.
Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.
This fella is ill.
He doesn't like me or Buck. Good for him! We don't like him ;-)
Well I didn't say he is totally insane
;-)
You damnation of a Svede Sven! Get in the lion Saturday where I'll be with scissors to masculinise you! ;-)
Sweeney Todd wants to chop my Swedish locks! No way. I'm with the wife's family up north from Friday so no football til NY day. Please get your haircutting fad out of your system with the barbie doll your missis has got you for Christmas
Ah have a good one Sven the Borg!
And I have bigger plans for Barbie than hairdressing!
[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: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback![/p][/quote]My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.[/p][/quote]Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me. If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!! McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.[/p][/quote]Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up. Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.[/p][/quote]This fella is ill.[/p][/quote]He doesn't like me or Buck. Good for him! We don't like him ;-)[/p][/quote]Well I didn't say he is totally insane ;-)[/p][/quote]You damnation of a Svede Sven! Get in the lion Saturday where I'll be with scissors to masculinise you! ;-)[/p][/quote]Sweeney Todd wants to chop my Swedish locks! No way. I'm with the wife's family up north from Friday so no football til NY day. Please get your haircutting fad out of your system with the barbie doll your missis has got you for Christmas[/p][/quote]Ah have a good one Sven the Borg! And I have bigger plans for Barbie than hairdressing! lutondown
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10:53pm Sun 16 Dec 12

Bush Hornet says...

lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
D.unstable wrote:
lutondown wrote:
buckler wrote:
GianlucaVialli the better italian wrote:
lutondown wrote:
jasonwatford wrote:
Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou
To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when?
Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield.
And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me.
Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark!
What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?
Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback!
My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.
Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me.

If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!!

McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.
Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up.
Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.
This fella is ill.
He doesn't like me or Buck. Good for him! We don't like him ;-)
Well I didn't say he is totally insane
;-)
You damnation of a Svede Sven! Get in the lion Saturday where I'll be with scissors to masculinise you! ;-)
Sweeney Todd wants to chop my Swedish locks! No way. I'm with the wife's family up north from Friday so no football til NY day. Please get your haircutting fad out of your system with the barbie doll your missis has got you for Christmas
Ah have a good one Sven the Borg!
And I have bigger plans for Barbie than hairdressing!
Thank you guvna and happy Christmas to you and Barbie
[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: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GianlucaVialli the better italian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Sounded like another abject performance away from home......need a lift from someone ... why yeats and not battochio ?? always take a point away from home thou[/p][/quote]To be fair jase, we've played some blinders on the road, and haven't lost since when? Agree with Battachio, we're missing something in midfield. And sorry Bush, I didn't want to give Dyche anything. I wanted him scratching every ginger hair on his chin! Cruel is me. Good to see Mankys perennial wobble get off the mark![/p][/quote]What's with all the mackay hating? Have we all forgotten the way he led us as a player to promotion and a successful 2 years management?[/p][/quote]Suppose your the sort that chants his name about having a beer and a pie! Probably gurgle da da da Aidy Hoofroyd as well! Really getting the measure of you now! Await a feeble comeback![/p][/quote]My lasting memory of that tool was him raiding our cupboard after the club that had made him captain, gave him his chance in the Prem ( unlike Norwich and West Ham who ditched him after promotion). Gave him his coaching break and made him manager. That sort of overrode him being a half decent centre half.[/p][/quote]Couldn't have put it better, anyone who tries to rip the heart out of my club regardless of the 'difficult circumstances' does not get a pat on the back from me. If that fat moaning jock had his way he would have even taken the pies with him, second thoughts I think he did!!! McPie and Judas can go do one, whereas Dyche left with his head held high and even Boofers gave us some good times, although in hindsight would not want to see that style of football ever again.[/p][/quote]Why is malky the hate figure, dyche would of done the same eventually had he not been fired. Aidy is a undeniable managerial God for taking us up. Funny how you all jump on the bandwagon of whoever is in favour with LD/buckler, how bout forming your own opinions once in a while.[/p][/quote]This fella is ill.[/p][/quote]He doesn't like me or Buck. Good for him! We don't like him ;-)[/p][/quote]Well I didn't say he is totally insane ;-)[/p][/quote]You damnation of a Svede Sven! Get in the lion Saturday where I'll be with scissors to masculinise you! ;-)[/p][/quote]Sweeney Todd wants to chop my Swedish locks! No way. I'm with the wife's family up north from Friday so no football til NY day. Please get your haircutting fad out of your system with the barbie doll your missis has got you for Christmas[/p][/quote]Ah have a good one Sven the Borg! And I have bigger plans for Barbie than hairdressing![/p][/quote]Thank you guvna and happy Christmas to you and Barbie Bush Hornet
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