Watford v Huddersfield Town scheduled to go ahead after 9am inspection

Watford Observer: Watford v Huddersfield Town scheduled to go ahead Watford v Huddersfield Town scheduled to go ahead

Watford’s game with Huddersfield Town is scheduled to go ahead today as planned following an inspection at 9am this morning.

The club are now asking for volunteers to help clear snow from the pitch, stands and Occupation Road. They ask supporters to bring their own shovel or broom and enter via the South-West corner.

A statement on Watford's website read: "All relevant parties agreed that, with some extra work to clear snow inside and around the stadium, there are no serious concerns for the safety of supporters travelling to Vicarage Road today.

"Fans of both teams are urged to take care making their way to the stadium, as there will inevitably be icy patches on both roads and pavements.

"If it's possible, please allow extra time for your journey to the match today."

The club added that those who do help clear the snow will be offered "a token of the club's appreciation".

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9:29am Sat 19 Jan 13

Hornet Cornet says...

thermals on and here i come. all aboard the Cornet train. Chooooo Chooooo
thermals on and here i come. all aboard the Cornet train. Chooooo Chooooo Hornet Cornet
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9:31am Sat 19 Jan 13

bigdave8 says...

Right gents lets get down there and help
Right gents lets get down there and help bigdave8
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9:34am Sat 19 Jan 13

MUSTOITALIA says...

Hornet Cornet wrote:
thermals on and here i come. all aboard the Cornet train. Chooooo Chooooo
Hello my friend im traveling from hemel hempstead but i want to help what time should we be there?
[quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: thermals on and here i come. all aboard the Cornet train. Chooooo Chooooo[/p][/quote]Hello my friend im traveling from hemel hempstead but i want to help what time should we be there? MUSTOITALIA
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9:35am Sat 19 Jan 13

MUSTOITALIA says...

bigdave8 wrote:
Right gents lets get down there and help
What time should we get there for sir?
[quote][p][bold]bigdave8[/bold] wrote: Right gents lets get down there and help[/p][/quote]What time should we get there for sir? MUSTOITALIA
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9:40am Sat 19 Jan 13

Watford-James says...

yesssss! get in. the game going ahead is the only token of appreciation needed
yesssss! get in. the game going ahead is the only token of appreciation needed Watford-James
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9:44am Sat 19 Jan 13

Rookeryphil says...

Great news, would have been disappointing if the game was called off on two accounts. Firstly, our team would lose any momentum we currently have going for us. The second issue is more fitness based, if players get the day off when a game is cancelled, there is a real threat of their fitness levels dropping if they do not report for indoor training instead. Unfortunately, living on a steep hill means I won't be able to attend the game but will still be following the game with interest nonetheless.
Great news, would have been disappointing if the game was called off on two accounts. Firstly, our team would lose any momentum we currently have going for us. The second issue is more fitness based, if players get the day off when a game is cancelled, there is a real threat of their fitness levels dropping if they do not report for indoor training instead. Unfortunately, living on a steep hill means I won't be able to attend the game but will still be following the game with interest nonetheless. Rookeryphil
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9:55am Sat 19 Jan 13

mellow yellow says...

Common sense prevails. Whatever next... Home win?
Common sense prevails. Whatever next... Home win? mellow yellow
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9:56am Sat 19 Jan 13

bigdave8 says...

I'm there for 11am
I'm there for 11am bigdave8
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9:56am Sat 19 Jan 13

miked2006 says...

I think it's games like today where we will see if we are really ready to go up this season. A freezing cold game in front of (what I assume to be) an even smaller and quieter crowd than usual. Throw into the mix that some of our little guys might as well be facing Saracens; we will need to be incredibly sharp and use our movement and speed to get ahead of every 50-50 ball. Really excited!
I think it's games like today where we will see if we are really ready to go up this season. A freezing cold game in front of (what I assume to be) an even smaller and quieter crowd than usual. Throw into the mix that some of our little guys might as well be facing Saracens; we will need to be incredibly sharp and use our movement and speed to get ahead of every 50-50 ball. Really excited! miked2006
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9:57am Sat 19 Jan 13

bigdave8 says...

Quick hour and a half sorting the ground and still time for a couple of beers . Simples
Quick hour and a half sorting the ground and still time for a couple of beers . Simples bigdave8
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10:04am Sat 19 Jan 13

Boosey says...

bigdave8 wrote:
Quick hour and a half sorting the ground and still time for a couple of beers . Simples
Call me selfish but straight down the pub for me. My weekend starts now!
[quote][p][bold]bigdave8[/bold] wrote: Quick hour and a half sorting the ground and still time for a couple of beers . Simples[/p][/quote]Call me selfish but straight down the pub for me. My weekend starts now! Boosey
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10:04am Sat 19 Jan 13

KeithMercer says...

Joel Ekstrand scores today in a close fought victory for the Horns.
Jason and LD get the Coldplay going today !!
Joel Ekstrand scores today in a close fought victory for the Horns. Jason and LD get the Coldplay going today !! KeithMercer
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10:09am Sat 19 Jan 13

Boosey says...

Please help clear the snow, all cleared snow to be loaded onto a lorry and tipped in Bassini's driveway. Please arrive early.
Please help clear the snow, all cleared snow to be loaded onto a lorry and tipped in Bassini's driveway. Please arrive early. Boosey
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10:19am Sat 19 Jan 13

Hornet Cornet says...

MUSTOITALIA wrote:
Hornet Cornet wrote:
thermals on and here i come. all aboard the Cornet train. Chooooo Chooooo
Hello my friend im traveling from hemel hempstead but i want to help what time should we be there?
11am should be good matey. any help at any time would be good.
[quote][p][bold]MUSTOITALIA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hornet Cornet[/bold] wrote: thermals on and here i come. all aboard the Cornet train. Chooooo Chooooo[/p][/quote]Hello my friend im traveling from hemel hempstead but i want to help what time should we be there?[/p][/quote]11am should be good matey. any help at any time would be good. Hornet Cornet
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10:31am Sat 19 Jan 13

jasonwatford says...

ohhh not done this since 1978.....snowboots on...doubt i can help much nowdays but i will be there early..now....
Look at the stars Look how they shine for you And everything you do Yeah, they were all yellow.......
I came alongI cleared the snow for you And all the things you do And it was called 'Yellow'
So then I took my time Oh what a thing to've done And it was all yellow
ohhh not done this since 1978.....snowboots on...doubt i can help much nowdays but i will be there early..now.... Look at the stars Look how they shine for you And everything you do Yeah, they were all yellow....... I came alongI cleared the snow for you And all the things you do And it was called 'Yellow' So then I took my time Oh what a thing to've done And it was all yellow jasonwatford
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10:39am Sat 19 Jan 13

londomollari says...

Boosey wrote:
Please help clear the snow, all cleared snow to be loaded onto a lorry and tipped in Bassini's driveway. Please arrive early.
Oh, please, no! That means Bas will be getting even MORE out of Watford----.
[quote][p][bold]Boosey[/bold] wrote: Please help clear the snow, all cleared snow to be loaded onto a lorry and tipped in Bassini's driveway. Please arrive early.[/p][/quote]Oh, please, no! That means Bas will be getting even MORE out of Watford----. londomollari
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10:45am Sat 19 Jan 13

Roger68 says...

Jason--How come the snow is yellow? Perhaps you should have left the dog at home.....
Jason--How come the snow is yellow? Perhaps you should have left the dog at home..... Roger68
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10:50am Sat 19 Jan 13

jasonwatford says...

everything in watford is yellow roger
everything in watford is yellow roger jasonwatford
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12:03pm Sat 19 Jan 13

D.unstable says...

Rookeryphil wrote:
Great news, would have been disappointing if the game was called off on two accounts. Firstly, our team would lose any momentum we currently have going for us. The second issue is more fitness based, if players get the day off when a game is cancelled, there is a real threat of their fitness levels dropping if they do not report for indoor training instead. Unfortunately, living on a steep hill means I won't be able to attend the game but will still be following the game with interest nonetheless.
Just about sums you up doesn't it. Got an opinion on everything that doesn't concern you, because you can't be bothered to attend.
[quote][p][bold]Rookeryphil[/bold] wrote: Great news, would have been disappointing if the game was called off on two accounts. Firstly, our team would lose any momentum we currently have going for us. The second issue is more fitness based, if players get the day off when a game is cancelled, there is a real threat of their fitness levels dropping if they do not report for indoor training instead. Unfortunately, living on a steep hill means I won't be able to attend the game but will still be following the game with interest nonetheless.[/p][/quote]Just about sums you up doesn't it. Got an opinion on everything that doesn't concern you, because you can't be bothered to attend. D.unstable
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12:10pm Sat 19 Jan 13

Rookeryphil says...

D.unstable wrote:
Rookeryphil wrote:
Great news, would have been disappointing if the game was called off on two accounts. Firstly, our team would lose any momentum we currently have going for us. The second issue is more fitness based, if players get the day off when a game is cancelled, there is a real threat of their fitness levels dropping if they do not report for indoor training instead. Unfortunately, living on a steep hill means I won't be able to attend the game but will still be following the game with interest nonetheless.
Just about sums you up doesn't it. Got an opinion on everything that doesn't concern you, because you can't be bothered to attend.
Just because I don't attend doesn't mean I can't have an opinion. From following the game on the BBC website, I am able to read live updates from an expert, examine data such as possession stats, shot on targets, fouls etc. This gives me an oversight into the game in a way attendees miss out on, who typically get caught up in the action to be able to analyse and evaluate the team's performance rationally. Enjoy freezing your nuts off today mate, I'll be enjoying the game in front of the fire.
[quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rookeryphil[/bold] wrote: Great news, would have been disappointing if the game was called off on two accounts. Firstly, our team would lose any momentum we currently have going for us. The second issue is more fitness based, if players get the day off when a game is cancelled, there is a real threat of their fitness levels dropping if they do not report for indoor training instead. Unfortunately, living on a steep hill means I won't be able to attend the game but will still be following the game with interest nonetheless.[/p][/quote]Just about sums you up doesn't it. Got an opinion on everything that doesn't concern you, because you can't be bothered to attend.[/p][/quote]Just because I don't attend doesn't mean I can't have an opinion. From following the game on the BBC website, I am able to read live updates from an expert, examine data such as possession stats, shot on targets, fouls etc. This gives me an oversight into the game in a way attendees miss out on, who typically get caught up in the action to be able to analyse and evaluate the team's performance rationally. Enjoy freezing your nuts off today mate, I'll be enjoying the game in front of the fire. Rookeryphil
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12:22pm Sat 19 Jan 13

PhilippineOrn says...

miked2006 wrote:
I think it's games like today where we will see if we are really ready to go up this season. A freezing cold game in front of (what I assume to be) an even smaller and quieter crowd than usual. Throw into the mix that some of our little guys might as well be facing Saracens; we will need to be incredibly sharp and use our movement and speed to get ahead of every 50-50 ball. Really excited!
That's quite an astute post. After City and Boro away, today will be quite a new experience for our Latin and Latino friends. Be interesting to see how they deal with today's circumstances.

An emphatic win and I will bet my house we get automatic promotion this year.
[quote][p][bold]miked2006[/bold] wrote: I think it's games like today where we will see if we are really ready to go up this season. A freezing cold game in front of (what I assume to be) an even smaller and quieter crowd than usual. Throw into the mix that some of our little guys might as well be facing Saracens; we will need to be incredibly sharp and use our movement and speed to get ahead of every 50-50 ball. Really excited![/p][/quote]That's quite an astute post. After City and Boro away, today will be quite a new experience for our Latin and Latino friends. Be interesting to see how they deal with today's circumstances. An emphatic win and I will bet my house we get automatic promotion this year. PhilippineOrn
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12:35pm Sat 19 Jan 13

mellow yellow says...

Fortunately two of our most important players are Czech and the other one is Swiss... they should be used to snow and sub-zero temperatures.
Fortunately two of our most important players are Czech and the other one is Swiss... they should be used to snow and sub-zero temperatures. mellow yellow
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12:41pm Sat 19 Jan 13

Only 2 Ross Jenkins says...

Rookeryphil wrote:
D.unstable wrote:
Rookeryphil wrote:
Great news, would have been disappointing if the game was called off on two accounts. Firstly, our team would lose any momentum we currently have going for us. The second issue is more fitness based, if players get the day off when a game is cancelled, there is a real threat of their fitness levels dropping if they do not report for indoor training instead. Unfortunately, living on a steep hill means I won't be able to attend the game but will still be following the game with interest nonetheless.
Just about sums you up doesn't it. Got an opinion on everything that doesn't concern you, because you can't be bothered to attend.
Just because I don't attend doesn't mean I can't have an opinion. From following the game on the BBC website, I am able to read live updates from an expert, examine data such as possession stats, shot on targets, fouls etc. This gives me an oversight into the game in a way attendees miss out on, who typically get caught up in the action to be able to analyse and evaluate the team's performance rationally. Enjoy freezing your nuts off today mate, I'll be enjoying the game in front of the fire.
By all means have an opinion, but who are you trying to kid that following a game on a website is anywhere near the same experience as seeing it live??!!
[quote][p][bold]Rookeryphil[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rookeryphil[/bold] wrote: Great news, would have been disappointing if the game was called off on two accounts. Firstly, our team would lose any momentum we currently have going for us. The second issue is more fitness based, if players get the day off when a game is cancelled, there is a real threat of their fitness levels dropping if they do not report for indoor training instead. Unfortunately, living on a steep hill means I won't be able to attend the game but will still be following the game with interest nonetheless.[/p][/quote]Just about sums you up doesn't it. Got an opinion on everything that doesn't concern you, because you can't be bothered to attend.[/p][/quote]Just because I don't attend doesn't mean I can't have an opinion. From following the game on the BBC website, I am able to read live updates from an expert, examine data such as possession stats, shot on targets, fouls etc. This gives me an oversight into the game in a way attendees miss out on, who typically get caught up in the action to be able to analyse and evaluate the team's performance rationally. Enjoy freezing your nuts off today mate, I'll be enjoying the game in front of the fire.[/p][/quote]By all means have an opinion, but who are you trying to kid that following a game on a website is anywhere near the same experience as seeing it live??!! Only 2 Ross Jenkins
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12:55pm Sat 19 Jan 13

mellow yellow says...

Only 2 Ross Jenkins wrote:
Rookeryphil wrote:
D.unstable wrote:
Rookeryphil wrote:
Great news, would have been disappointing if the game was called off on two accounts. Firstly, our team would lose any momentum we currently have going for us. The second issue is more fitness based, if players get the day off when a game is cancelled, there is a real threat of their fitness levels dropping if they do not report for indoor training instead. Unfortunately, living on a steep hill means I won't be able to attend the game but will still be following the game with interest nonetheless.
Just about sums you up doesn't it. Got an opinion on everything that doesn't concern you, because you can't be bothered to attend.
Just because I don't attend doesn't mean I can't have an opinion. From following the game on the BBC website, I am able to read live updates from an expert, examine data such as possession stats, shot on targets, fouls etc. This gives me an oversight into the game in a way attendees miss out on, who typically get caught up in the action to be able to analyse and evaluate the team's performance rationally. Enjoy freezing your nuts off today mate, I'll be enjoying the game in front of the fire.
By all means have an opinion, but who are you trying to kid that following a game on a website is anywhere near the same experience as seeing it live??!!
Precisely. You may read a stat as 10 shots on target and think 'wow' but those at the game will know precisely whether they were threats or just weak efforts. There is NO substitute for being there. Ever.
[quote][p][bold]Only 2 Ross Jenkins[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rookeryphil[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rookeryphil[/bold] wrote: Great news, would have been disappointing if the game was called off on two accounts. Firstly, our team would lose any momentum we currently have going for us. The second issue is more fitness based, if players get the day off when a game is cancelled, there is a real threat of their fitness levels dropping if they do not report for indoor training instead. Unfortunately, living on a steep hill means I won't be able to attend the game but will still be following the game with interest nonetheless.[/p][/quote]Just about sums you up doesn't it. Got an opinion on everything that doesn't concern you, because you can't be bothered to attend.[/p][/quote]Just because I don't attend doesn't mean I can't have an opinion. From following the game on the BBC website, I am able to read live updates from an expert, examine data such as possession stats, shot on targets, fouls etc. This gives me an oversight into the game in a way attendees miss out on, who typically get caught up in the action to be able to analyse and evaluate the team's performance rationally. Enjoy freezing your nuts off today mate, I'll be enjoying the game in front of the fire.[/p][/quote]By all means have an opinion, but who are you trying to kid that following a game on a website is anywhere near the same experience as seeing it live??!![/p][/quote]Precisely. You may read a stat as 10 shots on target and think 'wow' but those at the game will know precisely whether they were threats or just weak efforts. There is NO substitute for being there. Ever. mellow yellow
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1:02pm Sat 19 Jan 13

Rookeryphil says...

mellow yellow wrote:
Only 2 Ross Jenkins wrote:
Rookeryphil wrote:
D.unstable wrote:
Rookeryphil wrote:
Great news, would have been disappointing if the game was called off on two accounts. Firstly, our team would lose any momentum we currently have going for us. The second issue is more fitness based, if players get the day off when a game is cancelled, there is a real threat of their fitness levels dropping if they do not report for indoor training instead. Unfortunately, living on a steep hill means I won't be able to attend the game but will still be following the game with interest nonetheless.
Just about sums you up doesn't it. Got an opinion on everything that doesn't concern you, because you can't be bothered to attend.
Just because I don't attend doesn't mean I can't have an opinion. From following the game on the BBC website, I am able to read live updates from an expert, examine data such as possession stats, shot on targets, fouls etc. This gives me an oversight into the game in a way attendees miss out on, who typically get caught up in the action to be able to analyse and evaluate the team's performance rationally. Enjoy freezing your nuts off today mate, I'll be enjoying the game in front of the fire.
By all means have an opinion, but who are you trying to kid that following a game on a website is anywhere near the same experience as seeing it live??!!
Precisely. You may read a stat as 10 shots on target and think 'wow' but those at the game will know precisely whether they were threats or just weak efforts. There is NO substitute for being there. Ever.
Actually the live updates describe the shots on target, explaining to the reader how threatening the attempt is
[quote][p][bold]mellow yellow[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Only 2 Ross Jenkins[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rookeryphil[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rookeryphil[/bold] wrote: Great news, would have been disappointing if the game was called off on two accounts. Firstly, our team would lose any momentum we currently have going for us. The second issue is more fitness based, if players get the day off when a game is cancelled, there is a real threat of their fitness levels dropping if they do not report for indoor training instead. Unfortunately, living on a steep hill means I won't be able to attend the game but will still be following the game with interest nonetheless.[/p][/quote]Just about sums you up doesn't it. Got an opinion on everything that doesn't concern you, because you can't be bothered to attend.[/p][/quote]Just because I don't attend doesn't mean I can't have an opinion. From following the game on the BBC website, I am able to read live updates from an expert, examine data such as possession stats, shot on targets, fouls etc. This gives me an oversight into the game in a way attendees miss out on, who typically get caught up in the action to be able to analyse and evaluate the team's performance rationally. Enjoy freezing your nuts off today mate, I'll be enjoying the game in front of the fire.[/p][/quote]By all means have an opinion, but who are you trying to kid that following a game on a website is anywhere near the same experience as seeing it live??!![/p][/quote]Precisely. You may read a stat as 10 shots on target and think 'wow' but those at the game will know precisely whether they were threats or just weak efforts. There is NO substitute for being there. Ever.[/p][/quote]Actually the live updates describe the shots on target, explaining to the reader how threatening the attempt is Rookeryphil
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1:16pm Sat 19 Jan 13

SAHornet says...

Rookeryphil wrote:
mellow yellow wrote:
Only 2 Ross Jenkins wrote:
Rookeryphil wrote:
D.unstable wrote:
Rookeryphil wrote:
Great news, would have been disappointing if the game was called off on two accounts. Firstly, our team would lose any momentum we currently have going for us. The second issue is more fitness based, if players get the day off when a game is cancelled, there is a real threat of their fitness levels dropping if they do not report for indoor training instead. Unfortunately, living on a steep hill means I won't be able to attend the game but will still be following the game with interest nonetheless.
Just about sums you up doesn't it. Got an opinion on everything that doesn't concern you, because you can't be bothered to attend.
Just because I don't attend doesn't mean I can't have an opinion. From following the game on the BBC website, I am able to read live updates from an expert, examine data such as possession stats, shot on targets, fouls etc. This gives me an oversight into the game in a way attendees miss out on, who typically get caught up in the action to be able to analyse and evaluate the team's performance rationally. Enjoy freezing your nuts off today mate, I'll be enjoying the game in front of the fire.
By all means have an opinion, but who are you trying to kid that following a game on a website is anywhere near the same experience as seeing it live??!!
Precisely. You may read a stat as 10 shots on target and think 'wow' but those at the game will know precisely whether they were threats or just weak efforts. There is NO substitute for being there. Ever.
Actually the live updates describe the shots on target, explaining to the reader how threatening the attempt is
No, no no, no...now I know this geezer's winding us up. I LISTEN to every game live on Hornets Player from South Africa and STILL can't get the same feel for the game as the live attendees. Follow it by textbon a web-site ? What a con-merchant !
[quote][p][bold]Rookeryphil[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mellow yellow[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Only 2 Ross Jenkins[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rookeryphil[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]D.unstable[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rookeryphil[/bold] wrote: Great news, would have been disappointing if the game was called off on two accounts. Firstly, our team would lose any momentum we currently have going for us. The second issue is more fitness based, if players get the day off when a game is cancelled, there is a real threat of their fitness levels dropping if they do not report for indoor training instead. Unfortunately, living on a steep hill means I won't be able to attend the game but will still be following the game with interest nonetheless.[/p][/quote]Just about sums you up doesn't it. Got an opinion on everything that doesn't concern you, because you can't be bothered to attend.[/p][/quote]Just because I don't attend doesn't mean I can't have an opinion. From following the game on the BBC website, I am able to read live updates from an expert, examine data such as possession stats, shot on targets, fouls etc. This gives me an oversight into the game in a way attendees miss out on, who typically get caught up in the action to be able to analyse and evaluate the team's performance rationally. Enjoy freezing your nuts off today mate, I'll be enjoying the game in front of the fire.[/p][/quote]By all means have an opinion, but who are you trying to kid that following a game on a website is anywhere near the same experience as seeing it live??!![/p][/quote]Precisely. You may read a stat as 10 shots on target and think 'wow' but those at the game will know precisely whether they were threats or just weak efforts. There is NO substitute for being there. Ever.[/p][/quote]Actually the live updates describe the shots on target, explaining to the reader how threatening the attempt is[/p][/quote]No, no no, no...now I know this geezer's winding us up. I LISTEN to every game live on Hornets Player from South Africa and STILL can't get the same feel for the game as the live attendees. Follow it by textbon a web-site ? What a con-merchant ! SAHornet
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1:20pm Sat 19 Jan 13

DuffmanWFC says...

Reading stats on a website doesn't even come close to being at the game and judging a player or teams performance!
Sorry rookery Phil but you need to get out more instead of sitting at a PC as its obviously affecting your mental state!
Reading stats on a website doesn't even come close to being at the game and judging a player or teams performance! Sorry rookery Phil but you need to get out more instead of sitting at a PC as its obviously affecting your mental state! DuffmanWFC
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1:27pm Sat 19 Jan 13

Rookeryphil says...

I wonder if Zola will play / not play certain players due to the snow. Will be interesting to see if he tries to employ a more direct approach
I wonder if Zola will play / not play certain players due to the snow. Will be interesting to see if he tries to employ a more direct approach Rookeryphil
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1:43pm Sat 19 Jan 13

DuffmanWFC says...

Obviously you have no real insight into our team! Sitting at that PC of yours may tell you how many corners we have but it gives absolutely no indication of the game itself!
We won't be direct! We will try to play our passing game and open them up!
Does your PC give you stats on players performances in cold weather?
Obviously you have no real insight into our team! Sitting at that PC of yours may tell you how many corners we have but it gives absolutely no indication of the game itself! We won't be direct! We will try to play our passing game and open them up! Does your PC give you stats on players performances in cold weather? DuffmanWFC
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2:09pm Sat 19 Jan 13

Rookeryphil says...

DuffmanWFC wrote:
Obviously you have no real insight into our team! Sitting at that PC of yours may tell you how many corners we have but it gives absolutely no indication of the game itself!
We won't be direct! We will try to play our passing game and open them up!
Does your PC give you stats on players performances in cold weather?
If your prediction is correct, it will be a very interesting match indeed. If we get a result today whilst maintaining current tactics (employing our usual silky passing football), it will say a lot about our team In particular their adaptability and ability to perform in a myriad of different condition. A real test today boys.

COYH!
[quote][p][bold]DuffmanWFC[/bold] wrote: Obviously you have no real insight into our team! Sitting at that PC of yours may tell you how many corners we have but it gives absolutely no indication of the game itself! We won't be direct! We will try to play our passing game and open them up! Does your PC give you stats on players performances in cold weather?[/p][/quote]If your prediction is correct, it will be a very interesting match indeed. If we get a result today whilst maintaining current tactics (employing our usual silky passing football), it will say a lot about our team In particular their adaptability and ability to perform in a myriad of different condition. A real test today boys. COYH! Rookeryphil
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3:03pm Sat 19 Jan 13

Poppet Bear says...

Keep thinking back to Charlton. Please please not again..............
Wish I could get this match out of my system !! A win today will help no end.
Keep thinking back to Charlton. Please please not again.............. Wish I could get this match out of my system !! A win today will help no end. Poppet Bear
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4:22pm Sat 19 Jan 13

watford9140 says...

Forsyth is starting?!?
Forsyth is starting?!? watford9140
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7:13pm Sat 19 Jan 13

watford1881 says...

Fantastic match today... I'm buzzing...
Fantastic match today... I'm buzzing... watford1881
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