Sean Dyche: 'Burnley fans would've been scratching their heads wondering how we didn’t win'

Picture: Action Images

Picture: Action Images

First published in Watford FC News

Sean Dyche claims Burnley fans would have left Turf Moor “scratching their heads wondering how they didn’t win” against Watford yesterday.

The former Hornets boss believes his team were the better side during the 1-1 draw and created enough chances to win the match.

When asked whether it was a fair result or if he felt hard done by, Dyche replied: “I don’t feel hard done by because that is the reality of football; you can dominate games and create as many chances as we did and not win. That was the obvious view of the game today.”

Watford took the lead through Nathaniel Chalobah in the first half when the Chelsea loanee volleyed past Lee Grant after Burnley were unable to completely clear their box after a Watford corner and subsequent Fitz Hall cross.

Dyche said: “I wasn’t particularly disappointed with their goal because it can happen. We defended the first phase and the second phase and then sometimes it is the third phase [where you are punished].

“I was pleased with the reaction because I thought it was terrific. I thought we had done alright but then after the goal we dominated large parts of the game and I have lost count of the chances we created.”

Burnley equalised when Almen Abdi was penalised for bundling over Dean Marney inside the penalty area and Charlie Austin sent Manuel Almunia the wrong way.

Dyche said: “I have seen it again and it was a penalty. I was disappointed not to have a second penalty in the second half if I am honest, which seems like a clear handball [against Marco Cassetti] – I have had a look and I don’t know how it is not given.

“But I am more interested in our performance because it was very good again. The reality is we need to turn these performances and that number of chances into clinical moments to win the game.

“Yet again we have found another goalkeeper on top form - I lost count of the number of saves he made, he certainly made three or four very good saves.”

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11:30am Sun 16 Dec 12

aussihornet says...

Better than us, fair enough, but can also come across as bitterness.
Better than us, fair enough, but can also come across as bitterness. aussihornet
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11:39am Sun 16 Dec 12

akureyri says...

We used to wonder the same thing last season too.
We used to wonder the same thing last season too. akureyri
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12:07pm Sun 16 Dec 12

buckler says...

Better off scratching that ginger beard and mug off!
Better off scratching that ginger beard and mug off! buckler
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12:28pm Sun 16 Dec 12

JonBoy says...

Dyche has to satisfy his club and supporters. You can't knock him for that.
Dyche has to satisfy his club and supporters. You can't knock him for that. JonBoy
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12:44pm Sun 16 Dec 12

Eastsussexhornet says...

buckler wrote:
Better off scratching that ginger beard and mug off!
That's a little harsh! I agree with JonBoy, it is only the party line.
[quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: Better off scratching that ginger beard and mug off![/p][/quote]That's a little harsh! I agree with JonBoy, it is only the party line. Eastsussexhornet
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12:49pm Sun 16 Dec 12

CARDIFFHORN says...

That's what goalkeepers are for Sean! Of cause Grant didn't make a couple of good saves did he and saved by a piece of woodwork?
That's what goalkeepers are for Sean! Of cause Grant didn't make a couple of good saves did he and saved by a piece of woodwork? CARDIFFHORN
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12:56pm Sun 16 Dec 12

Holly68 says...

If ever there was a better sounding voice for the role of "Widow Twanky" I've yet to find it 😖
If ever there was a better sounding voice for the role of "Widow Twanky" I've yet to find it 😖 Holly68
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1:28pm Sun 16 Dec 12

Bush Hornet says...

Really Sean. I still like you but I think you'll find that we could have won it too. And it was a soft penalty.
Really Sean. I still like you but I think you'll find that we could have won it too. And it was a soft penalty. Bush Hornet
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1:55pm Sun 16 Dec 12

Boosey says...

Dyche; I lost count of how many saves he made, he certainly made three or four very good saves. Then I became confused and lost count! I don't really mind how we played yesterday, definately would have taken the draw beforehand.
Zola is spoilt for choice, which suggests to me, if we didn't have so many players to choose from, we would have a far settled team by now and maybe more points! I can feel different opinions coming my way.
Dyche; I lost count of how many saves he made, he certainly made three or four very good saves. Then I became confused and lost count! I don't really mind how we played yesterday, definately would have taken the draw beforehand. Zola is spoilt for choice, which suggests to me, if we didn't have so many players to choose from, we would have a far settled team by now and maybe more points! I can feel different opinions coming my way. Boosey
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2:11pm Sun 16 Dec 12

Watfordwes says...

Do a think it was dyche's idea to charge home fans 10 and away fans 25?

I know it wasn't but I completely disagree with this, at least man city have looked after us the same as their own fans
Do a think it was dyche's idea to charge home fans 10 and away fans 25? I know it wasn't but I completely disagree with this, at least man city have looked after us the same as their own fans Watfordwes
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2:54pm Sun 16 Dec 12

DuffmanWFC says...

Dyche you sound bitter to me! All the best for the future tho!
Yep considering away fans pay more then double the price of home fans at Turf Moor then its quite a justice served that we got a point!
Yep Man City's price policy to us for their game is spot on an deserves credit!
Dyche you sound bitter to me! All the best for the future tho! Yep considering away fans pay more then double the price of home fans at Turf Moor then its quite a justice served that we got a point! Yep Man City's price policy to us for their game is spot on an deserves credit! DuffmanWFC
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3:10pm Sun 16 Dec 12

Hayes Hornet says...

Disgracefull with the pricing policy, I found out on Friday and have emailed the Football League, Burnley and Watford, apparantly the FL endorse this discrimination.
As the Dyche spent 90 minutes having a go at the 4th official, except when they got the dodgy penalty!!!
PS Where was the 5,600 horns who are going to Manchester but are rarely seen at an away game. Come on to Bristol on Boxing Day much more important!!!
Disgracefull with the pricing policy, I found out on Friday and have emailed the Football League, Burnley and Watford, apparantly the FL endorse this discrimination. As the Dyche spent 90 minutes having a go at the 4th official, except when they got the dodgy penalty!!! PS Where was the 5,600 horns who are going to Manchester but are rarely seen at an away game. Come on to Bristol on Boxing Day much more important!!! Hayes Hornet
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3:39pm Sun 16 Dec 12

Ronny oh Ronny Ronny says...

I like him and fair enough its the party line but why not praise the goalkeeper rather than say they found him on top form, he does sound very bitter!

Third phase for our goal??? What about the 72nd phase when we nearly won it with Ekstrand's strike!

Decent and fair point I think..... 3 more to come against Forest
I like him and fair enough its the party line but why not praise the goalkeeper rather than say they found him on top form, he does sound very bitter! Third phase for our goal??? What about the 72nd phase when we nearly won it with Ekstrand's strike! Decent and fair point I think..... 3 more to come against Forest Ronny oh Ronny Ronny
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4:17pm Sun 16 Dec 12

Watfordwes says...

Hayes Hornet wrote:
Disgracefull with the pricing policy, I found out on Friday and have emailed the Football League, Burnley and Watford, apparantly the FL endorse this discrimination.
As the Dyche spent 90 minutes having a go at the 4th official, except when they got the dodgy penalty!!!
PS Where was the 5,600 horns who are going to Manchester but are rarely seen at an away game. Come on to Bristol on Boxing Day much more important!!!
I did not realise until I arrived at ground with less than £25 in wallet at 2.45 having wrongly it was a tenner after looking on their website.

I had a quick look for a cashpoint then reluctantly seat in the home end!!!!

In hindsight I feel tight but at least I saw the game for cheap lol
[quote][p][bold]Hayes Hornet[/bold] wrote: Disgracefull with the pricing policy, I found out on Friday and have emailed the Football League, Burnley and Watford, apparantly the FL endorse this discrimination. As the Dyche spent 90 minutes having a go at the 4th official, except when they got the dodgy penalty!!! PS Where was the 5,600 horns who are going to Manchester but are rarely seen at an away game. Come on to Bristol on Boxing Day much more important!!![/p][/quote]I did not realise until I arrived at ground with less than £25 in wallet at 2.45 having wrongly it was a tenner after looking on their website. I had a quick look for a cashpoint then reluctantly seat in the home end!!!! In hindsight I feel tight but at least I saw the game for cheap lol Watfordwes
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5:30pm Sun 16 Dec 12

PhilippineOrn says...

At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his.

No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years.

I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.
At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his. No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years. I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket. PhilippineOrn
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5:43pm Sun 16 Dec 12

KeithMercer says...

PhilippineOrn wrote:
At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his.

No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years.

I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.
Have to agree with you Philipine Orn !
Nothing personal against Dychey , but give me the choice GFZ or Dychey ?
mmmm I think I will go for the little Italian fella.
Onwards and upwards and looking forward to giving it to Lee Camp and his Forest campmates !! we surely owe that smug pri*k one !!
COYHs
[quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his. No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years. I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.[/p][/quote]Have to agree with you Philipine Orn ! Nothing personal against Dychey , but give me the choice GFZ or Dychey ? mmmm I think I will go for the little Italian fella. Onwards and upwards and looking forward to giving it to Lee Camp and his Forest campmates !! we surely owe that smug pri*k one !! COYHs KeithMercer
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6:55pm Sun 16 Dec 12

Endean was our King says...

PhilippineOrn wrote:
At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his.

No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years.

I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.
Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn!
[quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his. No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years. I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.[/p][/quote]Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn! Endean was our King
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6:57pm Sun 16 Dec 12

HunsburyHornet says...

Hayes Hornet wrote:
Disgracefull with the pricing policy, I found out on Friday and have emailed the Football League, Burnley and Watford, apparantly the FL endorse this discrimination.
As the Dyche spent 90 minutes having a go at the 4th official, except when they got the dodgy penalty!!!
PS Where was the 5,600 horns who are going to Manchester but are rarely seen at an away game. Come on to Bristol on Boxing Day much more important!!!
Manchester City is a one-off game, the premiership champions against Watford, and we have a fair chance of getting something out of the game. Don't blame the fans for wanting to go. The away league matches can be costly, as I know, I drive to every match, home & away and it's good we get as many as we do to away matches. Far more important to be filling the Vic every week.
[quote][p][bold]Hayes Hornet[/bold] wrote: Disgracefull with the pricing policy, I found out on Friday and have emailed the Football League, Burnley and Watford, apparantly the FL endorse this discrimination. As the Dyche spent 90 minutes having a go at the 4th official, except when they got the dodgy penalty!!! PS Where was the 5,600 horns who are going to Manchester but are rarely seen at an away game. Come on to Bristol on Boxing Day much more important!!![/p][/quote]Manchester City is a one-off game, the premiership champions against Watford, and we have a fair chance of getting something out of the game. Don't blame the fans for wanting to go. The away league matches can be costly, as I know, I drive to every match, home & away and it's good we get as many as we do to away matches. Far more important to be filling the Vic every week. HunsburyHornet
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8:02pm Sun 16 Dec 12

ThatMollyMalone says...

Hayes Hornet wrote:
Disgracefull with the pricing policy, I found out on Friday and have emailed the Football League, Burnley and Watford, apparantly the FL endorse this discrimination.
As the Dyche spent 90 minutes having a go at the 4th official, except when they got the dodgy penalty!!!
PS Where was the 5,600 horns who are going to Manchester but are rarely seen at an away game. Come on to Bristol on Boxing Day much more important!!!
HH, I wrote to Burnley, Watford and Football League too - a month ago when I heard about this offer and how it wasn't including us. Football league wrote back quoting their policy which allows 4 local promotions a year. Burnley and Watford haven't replied yet. I went and paid £25. Suggest you copy your email to Football Supporters Federation too. They are interested in our views. At the very least it's not very seasonal is it. Happy Christmas.
[quote][p][bold]Hayes Hornet[/bold] wrote: Disgracefull with the pricing policy, I found out on Friday and have emailed the Football League, Burnley and Watford, apparantly the FL endorse this discrimination. As the Dyche spent 90 minutes having a go at the 4th official, except when they got the dodgy penalty!!! PS Where was the 5,600 horns who are going to Manchester but are rarely seen at an away game. Come on to Bristol on Boxing Day much more important!!![/p][/quote]HH, I wrote to Burnley, Watford and Football League too - a month ago when I heard about this offer and how it wasn't including us. Football league wrote back quoting their policy which allows 4 local promotions a year. Burnley and Watford haven't replied yet. I went and paid £25. Suggest you copy your email to Football Supporters Federation too. They are interested in our views. At the very least it's not very seasonal is it. Happy Christmas. ThatMollyMalone
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9:41pm Sun 16 Dec 12

DuffmanWFC says...

Hayes Hornet wrote:
Disgracefull with the pricing policy, I found out on Friday and have emailed the Football League, Burnley and Watford, apparantly the FL endorse this discrimination.
As the Dyche spent 90 minutes having a go at the 4th official, except when they got the dodgy penalty!!!
PS Where was the 5,600 horns who are going to Manchester but are rarely seen at an away game. Come on to Bristol on Boxing Day much more important!!!




DuffmanWFC says: the reason 6,000 are going to the Man City game is simple: they are the English Champions, its a great stadium, its a Saturday, a good city, alot of people are still off work from New Year, and his the best bit..... It's affordable!
You can take a family of four - two adults and two kids for the same price as one adult to Burnley! I'd know where is spend my hard earned cash on going!
Hayes Hornet wrote: Disgracefull with the pricing policy, I found out on Friday and have emailed the Football League, Burnley and Watford, apparantly the FL endorse this discrimination. As the Dyche spent 90 minutes having a go at the 4th official, except when they got the dodgy penalty!!! PS Where was the 5,600 horns who are going to Manchester but are rarely seen at an away game. Come on to Bristol on Boxing Day much more important!!! DuffmanWFC says: the reason 6,000 are going to the Man City game is simple: they are the English Champions, its a great stadium, its a Saturday, a good city, alot of people are still off work from New Year, and his the best bit..... It's affordable! You can take a family of four - two adults and two kids for the same price as one adult to Burnley! I'd know where is spend my hard earned cash on going! DuffmanWFC
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10:29pm Sun 16 Dec 12

lutondown says...

Endean was our King wrote:
PhilippineOrn wrote:
At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his.

No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years.

I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.
Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn!
If I said that you'd call me a nazi!
You got a ginger goatee by any chance? Thought so
[quote][p][bold]Endean was our King[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his. No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years. I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.[/p][/quote]Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn![/p][/quote]If I said that you'd call me a nazi! You got a ginger goatee by any chance? Thought so lutondown
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10:31pm Sun 16 Dec 12

lutondown says...

Boosey wrote:
Dyche; I lost count of how many saves he made, he certainly made three or four very good saves. Then I became confused and lost count! I don't really mind how we played yesterday, definately would have taken the draw beforehand.
Zola is spoilt for choice, which suggests to me, if we didn't have so many players to choose from, we would have a far settled team by now and maybe more points! I can feel different opinions coming my way.
I think we need to get midfield sorted. Start with our best 11. But I would have settled for seventh before season started, think we're well poised for better things.
And I'm real pleased for Kenny J. Nice guy, Watford legend and a Spanner to boot!
See you Saturday Blakey!
[quote][p][bold]Boosey[/bold] wrote: Dyche; I lost count of how many saves he made, he certainly made three or four very good saves. Then I became confused and lost count! I don't really mind how we played yesterday, definately would have taken the draw beforehand. Zola is spoilt for choice, which suggests to me, if we didn't have so many players to choose from, we would have a far settled team by now and maybe more points! I can feel different opinions coming my way.[/p][/quote]I think we need to get midfield sorted. Start with our best 11. But I would have settled for seventh before season started, think we're well poised for better things. And I'm real pleased for Kenny J. Nice guy, Watford legend and a Spanner to boot! See you Saturday Blakey! lutondown
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10:35pm Sun 16 Dec 12

lutondown says...

DuffmanWFC wrote:
Hayes Hornet wrote:
Disgracefull with the pricing policy, I found out on Friday and have emailed the Football League, Burnley and Watford, apparantly the FL endorse this discrimination.
As the Dyche spent 90 minutes having a go at the 4th official, except when they got the dodgy penalty!!!
PS Where was the 5,600 horns who are going to Manchester but are rarely seen at an away game. Come on to Bristol on Boxing Day much more important!!!




DuffmanWFC says: the reason 6,000 are going to the Man City game is simple: they are the English Champions, its a great stadium, its a Saturday, a good city, alot of people are still off work from New Year, and his the best bit..... It's affordable!
You can take a family of four - two adults and two kids for the same price as one adult to Burnley! I'd know where is spend my hard earned cash on going!
I'm going to Bristol but not Man city. But then I'm in Florida, promoting my new book apparently..My Struggle ( see German translation) 2 the sequel. It's all about nuking Pooton.
How smug am I!
[quote][p][bold]DuffmanWFC[/bold] wrote: Hayes Hornet wrote: Disgracefull with the pricing policy, I found out on Friday and have emailed the Football League, Burnley and Watford, apparantly the FL endorse this discrimination. As the Dyche spent 90 minutes having a go at the 4th official, except when they got the dodgy penalty!!! PS Where was the 5,600 horns who are going to Manchester but are rarely seen at an away game. Come on to Bristol on Boxing Day much more important!!! DuffmanWFC says: the reason 6,000 are going to the Man City game is simple: they are the English Champions, its a great stadium, its a Saturday, a good city, alot of people are still off work from New Year, and his the best bit..... It's affordable! You can take a family of four - two adults and two kids for the same price as one adult to Burnley! I'd know where is spend my hard earned cash on going![/p][/quote]I'm going to Bristol but not Man city. But then I'm in Florida, promoting my new book apparently..My Struggle ( see German translation) 2 the sequel. It's all about nuking Pooton. How smug am I! lutondown
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1:59am Mon 17 Dec 12

PhilippineOrn says...

Endean was our King wrote:
PhilippineOrn wrote:
At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his.

No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years.

I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.
Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn!
You are welcome to disagree of course but the manner in which you disagree I think shows the real idiot.

Look backwards if you wish I am happy to look forwards.
[quote][p][bold]Endean was our King[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his. No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years. I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.[/p][/quote]Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn![/p][/quote]You are welcome to disagree of course but the manner in which you disagree I think shows the real idiot. Look backwards if you wish I am happy to look forwards. PhilippineOrn
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8:37am Mon 17 Dec 12

OliverF1976 says...

PhilippineOrn wrote:
Endean was our King wrote:
PhilippineOrn wrote:
At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his.

No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years.

I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.
Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn!
You are welcome to disagree of course but the manner in which you disagree I think shows the real idiot.

Look backwards if you wish I am happy to look forwards.
Yeah it's funny really I wasn't bothered at the departure of Dyche. He did ok but once the Pozzos arrived we needed a manager who can get a team playing football. Dyche finished well but let's face it some of the football we were subjected to was dull. I'm sure Dyche will do ok in his career with mid to bottom table championship clubs but that will be his level. We just don't need to talk about him anymore. We have a great manager and are going places. No more room for mediocrity at this club
[quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Endean was our King[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his. No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years. I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.[/p][/quote]Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn![/p][/quote]You are welcome to disagree of course but the manner in which you disagree I think shows the real idiot. Look backwards if you wish I am happy to look forwards.[/p][/quote]Yeah it's funny really I wasn't bothered at the departure of Dyche. He did ok but once the Pozzos arrived we needed a manager who can get a team playing football. Dyche finished well but let's face it some of the football we were subjected to was dull. I'm sure Dyche will do ok in his career with mid to bottom table championship clubs but that will be his level. We just don't need to talk about him anymore. We have a great manager and are going places. No more room for mediocrity at this club OliverF1976
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9:23am Mon 17 Dec 12

lutondown says...

OliverF1976 wrote:
PhilippineOrn wrote:
Endean was our King wrote:
PhilippineOrn wrote:
At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his.

No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years.

I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.
Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn!
You are welcome to disagree of course but the manner in which you disagree I think shows the real idiot.

Look backwards if you wish I am happy to look forwards.
Yeah it's funny really I wasn't bothered at the departure of Dyche. He did ok but once the Pozzos arrived we needed a manager who can get a team playing football. Dyche finished well but let's face it some of the football we were subjected to was dull. I'm sure Dyche will do ok in his career with mid to bottom table championship clubs but that will be his level. We just don't need to talk about him anymore. We have a great manager and are going places. No more room for mediocrity at this club
On the head. Enough said!
[quote][p][bold]OliverF1976[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Endean was our King[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his. No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years. I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.[/p][/quote]Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn![/p][/quote]You are welcome to disagree of course but the manner in which you disagree I think shows the real idiot. Look backwards if you wish I am happy to look forwards.[/p][/quote]Yeah it's funny really I wasn't bothered at the departure of Dyche. He did ok but once the Pozzos arrived we needed a manager who can get a team playing football. Dyche finished well but let's face it some of the football we were subjected to was dull. I'm sure Dyche will do ok in his career with mid to bottom table championship clubs but that will be his level. We just don't need to talk about him anymore. We have a great manager and are going places. No more room for mediocrity at this club[/p][/quote]On the head. Enough said! lutondown
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9:25am Mon 17 Dec 12

Wimbledonhorn says...

I think the fans will always look at Sean Dyche with 'rose tinted' glasses. As many of the above posters have pointed out some of the football was a little dull and tbh he got a little lucky with the loan signing of Kuszczak and the emergence of Sean Murray. His sides were always well organised defensively and solid, which goes a long way in the championship - just look at Millwall.

Good luck to him though. Nice, honest guy and it will be interesting to see how his career develops. Given the choice though, I would pick Zola and his brand of football anyday.
I think the fans will always look at Sean Dyche with 'rose tinted' glasses. As many of the above posters have pointed out some of the football was a little dull and tbh he got a little lucky with the loan signing of Kuszczak and the emergence of Sean Murray. His sides were always well organised defensively and solid, which goes a long way in the championship - just look at Millwall. Good luck to him though. Nice, honest guy and it will be interesting to see how his career develops. Given the choice though, I would pick Zola and his brand of football anyday. Wimbledonhorn
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9:27am Mon 17 Dec 12

lutondown says...

Quote the Ginge. We come up against another goalkeeper on top form! Football league paper gives Almunia a 5 and said looked shaky! Jesus I pay to read this unfounded tosh.
By the way I enjoyed his comments on one two and three phase defending, I only saw one under him, hoof it high and long.
I don't miss that at all.
Sending him some anti nit cream for that itchy goatee.
Await abuse ;-)
Quote the Ginge. We come up against another goalkeeper on top form! Football league paper gives Almunia a 5 and said looked shaky! Jesus I pay to read this unfounded tosh. By the way I enjoyed his comments on one two and three phase defending, I only saw one under him, hoof it high and long. I don't miss that at all. Sending him some anti nit cream for that itchy goatee. Await abuse ;-) lutondown
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9:31am Mon 17 Dec 12

northofwatfordpete says...

PhilippineOrn wrote:
Endean was our King wrote:
PhilippineOrn wrote:
At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his.

No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years.

I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.
Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn!
You are welcome to disagree of course but the manner in which you disagree I think shows the real idiot.

Look backwards if you wish I am happy to look forwards.
Bit harsh Endean on what was a 'fair enough' comment from PhillippineOrn. Obviously not a lot of Christmas spirit around down your way.
I always got the feeling that Sean thought a lot of himself which is no bad thing for a manager. Will be interested to see how well he does with Burnley.
[quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Endean was our King[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his. No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years. I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.[/p][/quote]Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn![/p][/quote]You are welcome to disagree of course but the manner in which you disagree I think shows the real idiot. Look backwards if you wish I am happy to look forwards.[/p][/quote]Bit harsh Endean on what was a 'fair enough' comment from PhillippineOrn. Obviously not a lot of Christmas spirit around down your way. I always got the feeling that Sean thought a lot of himself which is no bad thing for a manager. Will be interested to see how well he does with Burnley. northofwatfordpete
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11:04am Mon 17 Dec 12

jasonwatford says...

Get lost Dyche
Get lost Dyche jasonwatford
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11:40am Mon 17 Dec 12

Boosey says...

lutondown wrote:
Boosey wrote: Dyche; I lost count of how many saves he made, he certainly made three or four very good saves. Then I became confused and lost count! I don't really mind how we played yesterday, definately would have taken the draw beforehand. Zola is spoilt for choice, which suggests to me, if we didn't have so many players to choose from, we would have a far settled team by now and maybe more points! I can feel different opinions coming my way.
I think we need to get midfield sorted. Start with our best 11. But I would have settled for seventh before season started, think we're well poised for better things. And I'm real pleased for Kenny J. Nice guy, Watford legend and a Spanner to boot! See you Saturday Blakey!
yeah, looking forward to a few drinks, see you there!
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Boosey[/bold] wrote: Dyche; I lost count of how many saves he made, he certainly made three or four very good saves. Then I became confused and lost count! I don't really mind how we played yesterday, definately would have taken the draw beforehand. Zola is spoilt for choice, which suggests to me, if we didn't have so many players to choose from, we would have a far settled team by now and maybe more points! I can feel different opinions coming my way.[/p][/quote]I think we need to get midfield sorted. Start with our best 11. But I would have settled for seventh before season started, think we're well poised for better things. And I'm real pleased for Kenny J. Nice guy, Watford legend and a Spanner to boot! See you Saturday Blakey![/p][/quote]yeah, looking forward to a few drinks, see you there! Boosey
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12:39pm Mon 17 Dec 12

Hallam Hornet says...

I also paid £10 on Saturday and sat in the home section as a protest at their pricing policy. I did this at Leeds a few weeks ago when they were charging £34 with no studend discounts. My nephew (a student) and I paid £22.50 each and sat 'quietly' amongst home supporters. I also noticed that the home supporters at Sheff Wed could get in for £2 less than they were charging us. These pricing differences seen to be escalating.
I also paid £10 on Saturday and sat in the home section as a protest at their pricing policy. I did this at Leeds a few weeks ago when they were charging £34 with no studend discounts. My nephew (a student) and I paid £22.50 each and sat 'quietly' amongst home supporters. I also noticed that the home supporters at Sheff Wed could get in for £2 less than they were charging us. These pricing differences seen to be escalating. Hallam Hornet
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1:43pm Mon 17 Dec 12

llloydwithathirdl says...

Never a pen in a million years. Plus we hit the bar. We were well worth our point - another excellent result on the road for the glory horns.

Will be interesting to see how Dyche copes if Charlie Austin goes in Jan. Wish him well, but think he might struggle.
Never a pen in a million years. Plus we hit the bar. We were well worth our point - another excellent result on the road for the glory horns. Will be interesting to see how Dyche copes if Charlie Austin goes in Jan. Wish him well, but think he might struggle. llloydwithathirdl
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2:48pm Mon 17 Dec 12

N Joydegame says...

Let's not forget that whilst Dyche was trying to get a mid-table finish last season, he achieved it whilst having to deal with a bankrupt chairman/owner who 'allegedly' had his hand in the till. Whatever we think of Dyche, he did do a fantastic job for the team, and this has been rightly recognized by GFZ.

Dyche has now got himself a decent job with a decent championship club. Good luck to him. GFZ has the advantage of a supportive board and family owners who understand football. The real winners in all this are WFC and us the supporters.

COYH.
Let's not forget that whilst Dyche was trying to get a mid-table finish last season, he achieved it whilst having to deal with a bankrupt chairman/owner who 'allegedly' had his hand in the till. Whatever we think of Dyche, he did do a fantastic job for the team, and this has been rightly recognized by GFZ. Dyche has now got himself a decent job with a decent championship club. Good luck to him. GFZ has the advantage of a supportive board and family owners who understand football. The real winners in all this are WFC and us the supporters. COYH. N Joydegame
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4:13pm Mon 17 Dec 12

lutondown says...

N Joydegame wrote:
Let's not forget that whilst Dyche was trying to get a mid-table finish last season, he achieved it whilst having to deal with a bankrupt chairman/owner who 'allegedly' had his hand in the till. Whatever we think of Dyche, he did do a fantastic job for the team, and this has been rightly recognized by GFZ.

Dyche has now got himself a decent job with a decent championship club. Good luck to him. GFZ has the advantage of a supportive board and family owners who understand football. The real winners in all this are WFC and us the supporters.

COYH.
Allegedly? Lol, that's playing it safe!
[quote][p][bold]N Joydegame[/bold] wrote: Let's not forget that whilst Dyche was trying to get a mid-table finish last season, he achieved it whilst having to deal with a bankrupt chairman/owner who 'allegedly' had his hand in the till. Whatever we think of Dyche, he did do a fantastic job for the team, and this has been rightly recognized by GFZ. Dyche has now got himself a decent job with a decent championship club. Good luck to him. GFZ has the advantage of a supportive board and family owners who understand football. The real winners in all this are WFC and us the supporters. COYH.[/p][/quote]Allegedly? Lol, that's playing it safe! lutondown
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8:15pm Mon 17 Dec 12

Endean was our King says...

PhilippineOrn wrote:
Endean was our King wrote:
PhilippineOrn wrote:
At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his.

No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years.

I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.
Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn!
You are welcome to disagree of course but the manner in which you disagree I think shows the real idiot.

Look backwards if you wish I am happy to look forwards.
Your reply summaries just why there are so many similar types like you that do not make intelligent comments. No one has mentioned any adverse comment about SD. This blog needs people that can enter into discussion with sensible replies, not like the despot LD who, has a brain like a seed of grass he makes a living from and from what I've heard not, very well!
So dont quote what has not been said and keep it factual. Simples!
[quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Endean was our King[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his. No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years. I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.[/p][/quote]Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn![/p][/quote]You are welcome to disagree of course but the manner in which you disagree I think shows the real idiot. Look backwards if you wish I am happy to look forwards.[/p][/quote]Your reply summaries just why there are so many similar types like you that do not make intelligent comments. No one has mentioned any adverse comment about SD. This blog needs people that can enter into discussion with sensible replies, not like the despot LD who, has a brain like a seed of grass he makes a living from and from what I've heard not, very well! So dont quote what has not been said and keep it factual. Simples! Endean was our King
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8:30pm Mon 17 Dec 12

lutondown says...

Endean was our King wrote:
PhilippineOrn wrote:
Endean was our King wrote:
PhilippineOrn wrote:
At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his.

No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years.

I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.
Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn!
You are welcome to disagree of course but the manner in which you disagree I think shows the real idiot.

Look backwards if you wish I am happy to look forwards.
Your reply summaries just why there are so many similar types like you that do not make intelligent comments. No one has mentioned any adverse comment about SD. This blog needs people that can enter into discussion with sensible replies, not like the despot LD who, has a brain like a seed of grass he makes a living from and from what I've heard not, very well!
So dont quote what has not been said and keep it factual. Simples!
I do pretty nicely thank you! Not that you could ever know!
And looking at your responses to whoever disagrees with you, I'd say your the despot. I take it the only posts you deem sensible are the ones that agree with you?
How we all feel about ex managers is down to how people like their football. Dyche did well, but his style not so pretty. Boothroyd. Ugly Hoofball. Manky, treacherous, kicked us at our lowest ebb. Knew what was going on behind the scene and used that as a tool to entice valuable staff away. Brenda? What can you say that's not been added?
As for you, I've got a nice mix of weed killer made up that sorts out pansys and ugly weeds impartially.
[quote][p][bold]Endean was our King[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Endean was our King[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his. No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years. I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.[/p][/quote]Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn![/p][/quote]You are welcome to disagree of course but the manner in which you disagree I think shows the real idiot. Look backwards if you wish I am happy to look forwards.[/p][/quote]Your reply summaries just why there are so many similar types like you that do not make intelligent comments. No one has mentioned any adverse comment about SD. This blog needs people that can enter into discussion with sensible replies, not like the despot LD who, has a brain like a seed of grass he makes a living from and from what I've heard not, very well! So dont quote what has not been said and keep it factual. Simples![/p][/quote]I do pretty nicely thank you! Not that you could ever know! And looking at your responses to whoever disagrees with you, I'd say your the despot. I take it the only posts you deem sensible are the ones that agree with you? How we all feel about ex managers is down to how people like their football. Dyche did well, but his style not so pretty. Boothroyd. Ugly Hoofball. Manky, treacherous, kicked us at our lowest ebb. Knew what was going on behind the scene and used that as a tool to entice valuable staff away. Brenda? What can you say that's not been added? As for you, I've got a nice mix of weed killer made up that sorts out pansys and ugly weeds impartially. lutondown
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8:33pm Mon 17 Dec 12

lutondown says...

jasonwatford wrote:
Get lost Dyche
Enter Mr Grumpy! ;-) but nicely worded
[quote][p][bold]jasonwatford[/bold] wrote: Get lost Dyche[/p][/quote]Enter Mr Grumpy! ;-) but nicely worded lutondown
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9:02pm Mon 17 Dec 12

Endean was our King says...

lutondown wrote:
Endean was our King wrote:
PhilippineOrn wrote:
Endean was our King wrote:
PhilippineOrn wrote:
At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his.

No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years.

I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.
Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn!
You are welcome to disagree of course but the manner in which you disagree I think shows the real idiot.

Look backwards if you wish I am happy to look forwards.
Your reply summaries just why there are so many similar types like you that do not make intelligent comments. No one has mentioned any adverse comment about SD. This blog needs people that can enter into discussion with sensible replies, not like the despot LD who, has a brain like a seed of grass he makes a living from and from what I've heard not, very well!
So dont quote what has not been said and keep it factual. Simples!
I do pretty nicely thank you! Not that you could ever know!
And looking at your responses to whoever disagrees with you, I'd say your the despot. I take it the only posts you deem sensible are the ones that agree with you?
How we all feel about ex managers is down to how people like their football. Dyche did well, but his style not so pretty. Boothroyd. Ugly Hoofball. Manky, treacherous, kicked us at our lowest ebb. Knew what was going on behind the scene and used that as a tool to entice valuable staff away. Brenda? What can you say that's not been added?
As for you, I've got a nice mix of weed killer made up that sorts out pansys and ugly weeds impartially.
You obviously dont reap what you sow(sic)!. A narrow minded person who lives in a bubble world and may I add, appropriately for you despot... that awful woman the Iron (mad!)am who was culpable for everything that is wrong with our economy and the problems we have today!
I do not have to justify myself like you, a deluded non transparent fan who has jumped on the GFZ bandwagon this season.
Where were you at Gay Meadow?
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Endean was our King[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Endean was our King[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his. No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years. I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.[/p][/quote]Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn![/p][/quote]You are welcome to disagree of course but the manner in which you disagree I think shows the real idiot. Look backwards if you wish I am happy to look forwards.[/p][/quote]Your reply summaries just why there are so many similar types like you that do not make intelligent comments. No one has mentioned any adverse comment about SD. This blog needs people that can enter into discussion with sensible replies, not like the despot LD who, has a brain like a seed of grass he makes a living from and from what I've heard not, very well! So dont quote what has not been said and keep it factual. Simples![/p][/quote]I do pretty nicely thank you! Not that you could ever know! And looking at your responses to whoever disagrees with you, I'd say your the despot. I take it the only posts you deem sensible are the ones that agree with you? How we all feel about ex managers is down to how people like their football. Dyche did well, but his style not so pretty. Boothroyd. Ugly Hoofball. Manky, treacherous, kicked us at our lowest ebb. Knew what was going on behind the scene and used that as a tool to entice valuable staff away. Brenda? What can you say that's not been added? As for you, I've got a nice mix of weed killer made up that sorts out pansys and ugly weeds impartially.[/p][/quote]You obviously dont reap what you sow(sic)!. A narrow minded person who lives in a bubble world and may I add, appropriately for you despot... that awful woman the Iron (mad!)am who was culpable for everything that is wrong with our economy and the problems we have today! I do not have to justify myself like you, a deluded non transparent fan who has jumped on the GFZ bandwagon this season. Where were you at Gay Meadow? Endean was our King
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9:16pm Mon 17 Dec 12

lutondown says...

Endean was our King wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Endean was our King wrote:
PhilippineOrn wrote:
Endean was our King wrote:
PhilippineOrn wrote:
At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his.

No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years.

I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.
Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn!
You are welcome to disagree of course but the manner in which you disagree I think shows the real idiot.

Look backwards if you wish I am happy to look forwards.
Your reply summaries just why there are so many similar types like you that do not make intelligent comments. No one has mentioned any adverse comment about SD. This blog needs people that can enter into discussion with sensible replies, not like the despot LD who, has a brain like a seed of grass he makes a living from and from what I've heard not, very well!
So dont quote what has not been said and keep it factual. Simples!
I do pretty nicely thank you! Not that you could ever know!
And looking at your responses to whoever disagrees with you, I'd say your the despot. I take it the only posts you deem sensible are the ones that agree with you?
How we all feel about ex managers is down to how people like their football. Dyche did well, but his style not so pretty. Boothroyd. Ugly Hoofball. Manky, treacherous, kicked us at our lowest ebb. Knew what was going on behind the scene and used that as a tool to entice valuable staff away. Brenda? What can you say that's not been added?
As for you, I've got a nice mix of weed killer made up that sorts out pansys and ugly weeds impartially.
You obviously dont reap what you sow(sic)!. A narrow minded person who lives in a bubble world and may I add, appropriately for you despot... that awful woman the Iron (mad!)am who was culpable for everything that is wrong with our economy and the problems we have today!
I do not have to justify myself like you, a deluded non transparent fan who has jumped on the GFZ bandwagon this season.
Where were you at Gay Meadow?
I was there for the Graham Turner v Graham Taylor games. You see, I've attended home and away since nine years old, in the days of Roger Flemming, Danny Sharkey and so many more names.
I'm known to ample posters here, unlike you a faceless nobody with the hump. And as for politics? Well again we all have our view, do we not? Or is it your way or the highway?
So we're you one of the fifty souls who took the sole coach to Workington in the dark Mike Keen Days? If so we'd know each other. I thought not.
So now you've insulted by business acumen with out knowing anything about it, you doubt my attendance at games. Well myself and fellow poster Bringe go back thirty odd years at dark northern outposts. You question my political views without really knowing what they are. So you are full of suppositions and each and everyone of them is wrong. Tool
[quote][p][bold]Endean was our King[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Endean was our King[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Endean was our King[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his. No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years. I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.[/p][/quote]Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn![/p][/quote]You are welcome to disagree of course but the manner in which you disagree I think shows the real idiot. Look backwards if you wish I am happy to look forwards.[/p][/quote]Your reply summaries just why there are so many similar types like you that do not make intelligent comments. No one has mentioned any adverse comment about SD. This blog needs people that can enter into discussion with sensible replies, not like the despot LD who, has a brain like a seed of grass he makes a living from and from what I've heard not, very well! So dont quote what has not been said and keep it factual. Simples![/p][/quote]I do pretty nicely thank you! Not that you could ever know! And looking at your responses to whoever disagrees with you, I'd say your the despot. I take it the only posts you deem sensible are the ones that agree with you? How we all feel about ex managers is down to how people like their football. Dyche did well, but his style not so pretty. Boothroyd. Ugly Hoofball. Manky, treacherous, kicked us at our lowest ebb. Knew what was going on behind the scene and used that as a tool to entice valuable staff away. Brenda? What can you say that's not been added? As for you, I've got a nice mix of weed killer made up that sorts out pansys and ugly weeds impartially.[/p][/quote]You obviously dont reap what you sow(sic)!. A narrow minded person who lives in a bubble world and may I add, appropriately for you despot... that awful woman the Iron (mad!)am who was culpable for everything that is wrong with our economy and the problems we have today! I do not have to justify myself like you, a deluded non transparent fan who has jumped on the GFZ bandwagon this season. Where were you at Gay Meadow?[/p][/quote]I was there for the Graham Turner v Graham Taylor games. You see, I've attended home and away since nine years old, in the days of Roger Flemming, Danny Sharkey and so many more names. I'm known to ample posters here, unlike you a faceless nobody with the hump. And as for politics? Well again we all have our view, do we not? Or is it your way or the highway? So we're you one of the fifty souls who took the sole coach to Workington in the dark Mike Keen Days? If so we'd know each other. I thought not. So now you've insulted by business acumen with out knowing anything about it, you doubt my attendance at games. Well myself and fellow poster Bringe go back thirty odd years at dark northern outposts. You question my political views without really knowing what they are. So you are full of suppositions and each and everyone of them is wrong. Tool lutondown
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9:51pm Mon 17 Dec 12

Boosey says...

Was just wondering, Elton always phoned the club on a regular basis, does this still happen?
Was just wondering, Elton always phoned the club on a regular basis, does this still happen? Boosey
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10:01pm Mon 17 Dec 12

lutondown says...

Boosey wrote:
Was just wondering, Elton always phoned the club on a regular basis, does this still happen?
Holly 68 would know! I'll ask
[quote][p][bold]Boosey[/bold] wrote: Was just wondering, Elton always phoned the club on a regular basis, does this still happen?[/p][/quote]Holly 68 would know! I'll ask lutondown
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10:08pm Mon 17 Dec 12

Boosey says...

lutondown wrote:
Boosey wrote:
Was just wondering, Elton always phoned the club on a regular basis, does this still happen?
Holly 68 would know! I'll ask
Do you think "Endean was our king" Is a gardener as well?
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Boosey[/bold] wrote: Was just wondering, Elton always phoned the club on a regular basis, does this still happen?[/p][/quote]Holly 68 would know! I'll ask[/p][/quote]Do you think "Endean was our king" Is a gardener as well? Boosey
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10:09pm Mon 17 Dec 12

lutondown says...

Boosey wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Boosey wrote:
Was just wondering, Elton always phoned the club on a regular basis, does this still happen?
Holly 68 would know! I'll ask
Do you think "Endean was our king" Is a gardener as well?
Could be the opposition! Definitely got a nettle up his jacksy!
[quote][p][bold]Boosey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Boosey[/bold] wrote: Was just wondering, Elton always phoned the club on a regular basis, does this still happen?[/p][/quote]Holly 68 would know! I'll ask[/p][/quote]Do you think "Endean was our king" Is a gardener as well?[/p][/quote]Could be the opposition! Definitely got a nettle up his jacksy! lutondown
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10:13pm Mon 17 Dec 12

Boosey says...

lutondown wrote:
Boosey wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Boosey wrote:
Was just wondering, Elton always phoned the club on a regular basis, does this still happen?
Holly 68 would know! I'll ask
Do you think "Endean was our king" Is a gardener as well?
Could be the opposition! Definitely got a nettle up his jacksy!
LOL! Oh well back to work see you Sat.
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Boosey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Boosey[/bold] wrote: Was just wondering, Elton always phoned the club on a regular basis, does this still happen?[/p][/quote]Holly 68 would know! I'll ask[/p][/quote]Do you think "Endean was our king" Is a gardener as well?[/p][/quote]Could be the opposition! Definitely got a nettle up his jacksy![/p][/quote]LOL! Oh well back to work see you Sat. Boosey
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12:27am Tue 18 Dec 12

PhilippineOrn says...

Boosey wrote:
Was just wondering, Elton always phoned the club on a regular basis, does this still happen?
I was wondering what the last game was that he attended. Last time I saw him at the Vic was against Wycombe just after Diana's funeral.
[quote][p][bold]Boosey[/bold] wrote: Was just wondering, Elton always phoned the club on a regular basis, does this still happen?[/p][/quote]I was wondering what the last game was that he attended. Last time I saw him at the Vic was against Wycombe just after Diana's funeral. PhilippineOrn
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7:29am Tue 18 Dec 12

SAHornet says...

Endean was our King wrote:
PhilippineOrn wrote:
Endean was our King wrote:
PhilippineOrn wrote:
At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his.

No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years.

I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.
Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn!
You are welcome to disagree of course but the manner in which you disagree I think shows the real idiot.

Look backwards if you wish I am happy to look forwards.
Your reply summaries just why there are so many similar types like you that do not make intelligent comments. No one has mentioned any adverse comment about SD. This blog needs people that can enter into discussion with sensible replies, not like the despot LD who, has a brain like a seed of grass he makes a living from and from what I've heard not, very well!
So dont quote what has not been said and keep it factual. Simples!
So is this your idea of "entering the discussion with sensible replies"?........

Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn!

That's what you wrote and it leaves me wondering who is the idiot on this forum. By the way, I also live overseas so will await your vitriolic comments about that.
[quote][p][bold]Endean was our King[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Endean was our King[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his. No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years. I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.[/p][/quote]Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn![/p][/quote]You are welcome to disagree of course but the manner in which you disagree I think shows the real idiot. Look backwards if you wish I am happy to look forwards.[/p][/quote]Your reply summaries just why there are so many similar types like you that do not make intelligent comments. No one has mentioned any adverse comment about SD. This blog needs people that can enter into discussion with sensible replies, not like the despot LD who, has a brain like a seed of grass he makes a living from and from what I've heard not, very well! So dont quote what has not been said and keep it factual. Simples![/p][/quote]So is this your idea of "entering the discussion with sensible replies"?........ Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn! That's what you wrote and it leaves me wondering who is the idiot on this forum. By the way, I also live overseas so will await your vitriolic comments about that. SAHornet
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10:29pm Tue 18 Dec 12

KeithMercer says...

Endean was our King wrote:
PhilippineOrn wrote:
Endean was our King wrote:
PhilippineOrn wrote:
At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his.

No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years.

I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.
Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn!
You are welcome to disagree of course but the manner in which you disagree I think shows the real idiot.

Look backwards if you wish I am happy to look forwards.
Your reply summaries just why there are so many similar types like you that do not make intelligent comments. No one has mentioned any adverse comment about SD. This blog needs people that can enter into discussion with sensible replies, not like the despot LD who, has a brain like a seed of grass he makes a living from and from what I've heard not, very well!
So dont quote what has not been said and keep it factual. Simples!
Endean WTF !! are you on about mate !
you started with the insults calling our Phillipine friend an Idiot just because he has an opinion different to your own !!
now your going off on one at LD about all and everything you seem to have a knowledge of.
Strange ! very strange !
[quote][p][bold]Endean was our King[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Endean was our King[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilippineOrn[/bold] wrote: At least we can put to bed once and for all that Dyche has any feelings for us. I would say Zola has considerably more for him and his. No more what he had for breakfast or what colour pants he is wearing today or that he got us to the dizzying hights of the top half of the Championship for the first time in four years. I feel less for him than I do Steve Harrison. He is no Kenny Jacket.[/p][/quote]Idiot! No wonder you live overseas or should do. Surprised by the other idiots who agreed also with that stupid comment. Its another napalm yawn![/p][/quote]You are welcome to disagree of course but the manner in which you disagree I think shows the real idiot. Look backwards if you wish I am happy to look forwards.[/p][/quote]Your reply summaries just why there are so many similar types like you that do not make intelligent comments. No one has mentioned any adverse comment about SD. This blog needs people that can enter into discussion with sensible replies, not like the despot LD who, has a brain like a seed of grass he makes a living from and from what I've heard not, very well! So dont quote what has not been said and keep it factual. Simples![/p][/quote]Endean WTF !! are you on about mate ! you started with the insults calling our Phillipine friend an Idiot just because he has an opinion different to your own !! now your going off on one at LD about all and everything you seem to have a knowledge of. Strange ! very strange ! KeithMercer
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