New signing Matej Vydra among the scorers as Watford beat Austrian side SV Feldkirchen 7-0

Matej Vydra scored during this evening's friendly. Picture: Action Images

Matej Vydra scored during this evening's friendly. Picture: Action Images

First published in Watford FC News by

Friendlies early into pre-season are almost always arranged to improve fitness but Beppe Sannino won't be complaining that his side found their shooting boots during this evening's 7-0 victory over SV Feldkirchen.

Saturday's pre-season opener against SK Austria Klagenfurt was decided by a solitary Lloyd Dyer goal but this evening six different Golden Boys found the net against fellow Austrian third division side SV Feldkirchen.

Almen Abdi, Matej Vydra, Sean Murray, Lewis McGugan, Fernando Forestieri and Mathias Ranegie all scored and 21 Hornets players were given a run-out at Sportplatz SV Glanegg.

Watford started in a 4-3-3 formation, like they did on Saturday. Tommie Hoban was at right back, with new signings Craig Cathcart and Gabriel Tamas in the middle. Daniel Pudil completed the backline. Cristian Battocchio was in the holding midfield role, with Abdi and Murray in front of him, and Dyer and Vydra were either side of Troy Deeney.

The Hornets thought they had taken the lead five minutes into the contest only for Dyer's goal to be ruled out following Deeney's pass.

Watford were dominating possession early on and were very sharp considering how early into pre-season the match was.

However, the visitors almost went behind when sloppy defending allowed SV Feldkirchen a free shot at goal and Heurelho Gomes needed to save well.

Watford made their dominance count with the next attack though when Deeney stepped over Pudil's pass and Abdi finished from close range.

The lead was doubled moments later when Vydra gathered Abdi's cross at the far post and Vydra's low cross-shot was bundled in by a defender.

The victory was all but secured midway through the half with a third Golden Boys goal and it was a cracker. Vydra cut on to his right foot 15 yards from goal and powerfully struck the ball into the far, top corner.

The Hornets immediately switched to 3-5-2, with Dyer moving to right wing back and Vydra joining Deeney up top - the partnership which almost fired the club into the Premier League during the 2012/2013 campaign.

There was a period of little goal mouth action before Battocchio sent a wicked long-range effort narrowly over the bar.

The Golden Boys went into the break with a four-goal cushion but it could have been five. Murray finished calmly after good work from Vydra on the left but Abdi could have had a second had it not been for a fine save by the SV Feldkirchen goalkeeper.

The tourists made seven changes at the break as they switched back to 4-3-3. Jonathan Bond, Lloyd Doyley, Joel Ekstrand, McGugan, Ikechi Anya, Forestieri and Ranegie were all introduced.

Watford struggled to find fluidity at first but then scored two goals in as many minutes just before the hour mark.

A nice move from right to left was finished superbly by McGugan, whose 20-yard effort nestled into the top corner, and then Forestieri scored at the second attempt after he tried to round the goalkeeper.

Forestieri could have had another soon after but he was unable to direct Anya's powerful cross under the crossbar.

Shortly after a double change, when Josh Doherty and Diego Fabbrini took to the field, Lewis McGugan forced the goalkeeper to save his third free kick of the half, after the first two had struck the wall.

Ranegie became his side's sixth different scorer with five minutes remaining when Forestieri left him with a simple finish from close range to round off the rout.

The Hornets' next friendly is on Saturday against Russian club and participants in last season's Europa League Rubin Kazan.

Watford: Gomes (Bond HT); Hoban (Doyley HT), Cathcart (Ekstrand HT), Tamas (Brown 78), Pudil (Doherty 72); Battocchio, Abdi (Fabbrini 72), Murray (McGugan HT); Vydra (Forestieri HT), Deeney (Ranegie HT), Dyer (Anya HT).

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7:03pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Insider jim says...

Oh no, deeney only played 45. Surely that means he's off..
Oh no, deeney only played 45. Surely that means he's off.. Insider jim
  • Score: -11

7:04pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Lloydinio says...

This looks promising
This looks promising Lloydinio
  • Score: 11

7:13pm Tue 8 Jul 14

CARDIFFHORN says...

That looks like a Championship winning squad to me, my only fear is International weeks, which as a supporter for 50 odd years is a novelty.
That looks like a Championship winning squad to me, my only fear is International weeks, which as a supporter for 50 odd years is a novelty. CARDIFFHORN
  • Score: 10

7:38pm Tue 8 Jul 14

soulfulhornet says...

CARDIFFHORN wrote:
That looks like a Championship winning squad to me, my only fear is International weeks, which as a supporter for 50 odd years is a novelty.
At least we now have players good enough to be involved in International weeks! May be I am getting swept up (again), but I feel there is momentum behind the golden boys. Time will tell, but we have pace in Vydra, Anya, Dyer and now Juan Carlos! And pace scares defences not just at Championship level, Premier League too. And extreme pace (which we now have) is noticeable by its absence in the World Cup - hence Robben standing out.

Also I think Sannino will not tolerate the lack of fitness that has impacted the last few minutes of games and cost us for several seasons. To support this statement - check Troy's twitter statements on pre season. I getexhausted just reading them.
[quote][p][bold]CARDIFFHORN[/bold] wrote: That looks like a Championship winning squad to me, my only fear is International weeks, which as a supporter for 50 odd years is a novelty.[/p][/quote]At least we now have players good enough to be involved in International weeks! May be I am getting swept up (again), but I feel there is momentum behind the golden boys. Time will tell, but we have pace in Vydra, Anya, Dyer and now Juan Carlos! And pace scares defences not just at Championship level, Premier League too. And extreme pace (which we now have) is noticeable by its absence in the World Cup - hence Robben standing out. Also I think Sannino will not tolerate the lack of fitness that has impacted the last few minutes of games and cost us for several seasons. To support this statement - check Troy's twitter statements on pre season. I getexhausted just reading them. soulfulhornet
  • Score: 16

7:51pm Tue 8 Jul 14

lockerbiehornet says...

Insider jim wrote:
Oh no, deeney only played 45. Surely that means he's off..
So did Vydra, Gomes, Cathcart, Murray, Hoban, McGugan and Dyer... Does that mean their all off to then??? How does playing 45 minutes in a pre-season friendly tell you that it means he's off?
[quote][p][bold]Insider jim[/bold] wrote: Oh no, deeney only played 45. Surely that means he's off..[/p][/quote]So did Vydra, Gomes, Cathcart, Murray, Hoban, McGugan and Dyer... Does that mean their all off to then??? How does playing 45 minutes in a pre-season friendly tell you that it means he's off? lockerbiehornet
  • Score: -1

7:52pm Tue 8 Jul 14

this is doyley!!! says...

No Angella!!!
No Angella!!! this is doyley!!!
  • Score: 0

7:55pm Tue 8 Jul 14

mickallen57 says...

I am trying manfully not to get sucked into the expectations like last season but S$$$ I am sucked in . What a squad ,such class , such pace , a gutsy squad ready to trade blows in the battelfied we call the championship.
As fast as my little brain can work out, on how to improve our chances. There seems to be another piece of the puzzle (Juan Carlos ) provided.

Dare I say it . WE are there . The puzzle complete, a squad that could do and will do battle in the Prem.

Thank you Mr Pozzo my life is never dull with you in the Chair. COYH
I am trying manfully not to get sucked into the expectations like last season but S$$$ I am sucked in . What a squad ,such class , such pace , a gutsy squad ready to trade blows in the battelfied we call the championship. As fast as my little brain can work out, on how to improve our chances. There seems to be another piece of the puzzle (Juan Carlos ) provided. Dare I say it . WE are there . The puzzle complete, a squad that could do and will do battle in the Prem. Thank you Mr Pozzo my life is never dull with you in the Chair. COYH mickallen57
  • Score: 19

8:12pm Tue 8 Jul 14

AngelHornet says...

this is doyley!!! wrote:
No Angella!!!
He has a slight knock
[quote][p][bold]this is doyley!!![/bold] wrote: No Angella!!![/p][/quote]He has a slight knock AngelHornet
  • Score: 5

8:14pm Tue 8 Jul 14

D.unstable says...

Looks like they might crash and burn by August....nah!!!

Toszer and Peredes still to join up with the squad.

COYH
Looks like they might crash and burn by August....nah!!! Toszer and Peredes still to join up with the squad. COYH D.unstable
  • Score: 7

8:35pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Insider jim says...

lockerbiehornet wrote:
Insider jim wrote:
Oh no, deeney only played 45. Surely that means he's off..
So did Vydra, Gomes, Cathcart, Murray, Hoban, McGugan and Dyer... Does that mean their all off to then??? How does playing 45 minutes in a pre-season friendly tell you that it means he's off?
I'm taking the p*ss lockerbiehornet , after all the negative posts by everyone on the 1st game when he didn't play, thought I'd get in first with a sarcastic comment,
[quote][p][bold]lockerbiehornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Insider jim[/bold] wrote: Oh no, deeney only played 45. Surely that means he's off..[/p][/quote]So did Vydra, Gomes, Cathcart, Murray, Hoban, McGugan and Dyer... Does that mean their all off to then??? How does playing 45 minutes in a pre-season friendly tell you that it means he's off?[/p][/quote]I'm taking the p*ss lockerbiehornet , after all the negative posts by everyone on the 1st game when he didn't play, thought I'd get in first with a sarcastic comment, Insider jim
  • Score: 32

8:37pm Tue 8 Jul 14

kevhenderson says...

lockerbiehornet wrote:
Insider jim wrote:
Oh no, deeney only played 45. Surely that means he's off..
So did Vydra, Gomes, Cathcart, Murray, Hoban, McGugan and Dyer... Does that mean their all off to then??? How does playing 45 minutes in a pre-season friendly tell you that it means he's off?
I think that you will find that Insider Jim was being sarcastic after the comments about Deeney not playing at the weekend.
[quote][p][bold]lockerbiehornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Insider jim[/bold] wrote: Oh no, deeney only played 45. Surely that means he's off..[/p][/quote]So did Vydra, Gomes, Cathcart, Murray, Hoban, McGugan and Dyer... Does that mean their all off to then??? How does playing 45 minutes in a pre-season friendly tell you that it means he's off?[/p][/quote]I think that you will find that Insider Jim was being sarcastic after the comments about Deeney not playing at the weekend. kevhenderson
  • Score: 5

8:52pm Tue 8 Jul 14

soulfulhornet says...

CARDIFFHORN wrote:
That looks like a Championship winning squad to me, my only fear is International weeks, which as a supporter for 50 odd years is a novelty.
At least we now have players good enough to be involved in International weeks! May be I am getting swept up (again), but I feel there is momentum behind the golden boys. Time will tell, but we have pace in Vydra, Anya, Dyer and now Juan Carlos! And pace scares defences not just at Championship level, Premier League too. And extreme pace (which we now have) is noticeable by its absence in the World Cup - hence Robben standing out.

Also I think Sannino will not tolerate the lack of fitness that has impacted the last few minutes of games and cost us for several seasons. To support this statement - check Troy's twitter statements on pre season. I getexhausted just reading them.
[quote][p][bold]CARDIFFHORN[/bold] wrote: That looks like a Championship winning squad to me, my only fear is International weeks, which as a supporter for 50 odd years is a novelty.[/p][/quote]At least we now have players good enough to be involved in International weeks! May be I am getting swept up (again), but I feel there is momentum behind the golden boys. Time will tell, but we have pace in Vydra, Anya, Dyer and now Juan Carlos! And pace scares defences not just at Championship level, Premier League too. And extreme pace (which we now have) is noticeable by its absence in the World Cup - hence Robben standing out. Also I think Sannino will not tolerate the lack of fitness that has impacted the last few minutes of games and cost us for several seasons. To support this statement - check Troy's twitter statements on pre season. I getexhausted just reading them. soulfulhornet
  • Score: 3

9:20pm Tue 8 Jul 14

philthehorn says...

Where is Angella. Was our best defender last season. Anyone able to help
Where is Angella. Was our best defender last season. Anyone able to help philthehorn
  • Score: -5

9:52pm Tue 8 Jul 14

SAHornet says...

philthehorn wrote:
Where is Angella. Was our best defender last season. Anyone able to help
Slight injury
[quote][p][bold]philthehorn[/bold] wrote: Where is Angella. Was our best defender last season. Anyone able to help[/p][/quote]Slight injury SAHornet
  • Score: 1

10:06pm Tue 8 Jul 14

Hampshire hornet says...

Insider jim wrote:
Oh no, deeney only played 45. Surely that means he's off..
Yep he was at half time
[quote][p][bold]Insider jim[/bold] wrote: Oh no, deeney only played 45. Surely that means he's off..[/p][/quote]Yep he was at half time Hampshire hornet
  • Score: 3

11:16pm Tue 8 Jul 14

The Skeptical Optimist says...

As long as our squad can quickly get used to the physical demands of a 46 game season in a physical league where you need to perform from the first minute to the ninety fifth:

We will surely get promoted.

DON'T WORRY, THE CONDITIONAL PREVENTS A JINX.
As long as our squad can quickly get used to the physical demands of a 46 game season in a physical league where you need to perform from the first minute to the ninety fifth: We will surely get promoted. DON'T WORRY, THE CONDITIONAL PREVENTS A JINX. The Skeptical Optimist
  • Score: 1

12:05am Wed 9 Jul 14

matey_from_brighton says...

Squad shaping up nicely, we definitely should challenge for automatic promotion with this much strength in depth but will not be easy. Fulham paid £11m today for Mcormack - they obviously are taking the approach that it is promotion at all costs this season. Cant wait for the season to start though, lets make the most of it, three seasons back we were signing guys like Garner and Iwelumo as this was all we could afford.
Squad shaping up nicely, we definitely should challenge for automatic promotion with this much strength in depth but will not be easy. Fulham paid £11m today for Mcormack - they obviously are taking the approach that it is promotion at all costs this season. Cant wait for the season to start though, lets make the most of it, three seasons back we were signing guys like Garner and Iwelumo as this was all we could afford. matey_from_brighton
  • Score: 2

12:10am Wed 9 Jul 14

Billie says...

Seven?
It's just like watching Brazil!
Seven? It's just like watching Brazil! Billie
  • Score: 12

12:35am Wed 9 Jul 14

wiseoldornet says...

Or Germany!,,,,,,,,,
Or Germany!,,,,,,,,, wiseoldornet
  • Score: 10

1:06am Wed 9 Jul 14

croxley46 says...

Yes, we're better than Germany, Seven-NIL - we didn't concede in the last minute (unlike last season!)
Mind you., it was an Austrian THIRD Division side!
Yes, we're better than Germany, Seven-NIL - we didn't concede in the last minute (unlike last season!) Mind you., it was an Austrian THIRD Division side! croxley46
  • Score: 3

6:07am Wed 9 Jul 14

Tonytheaceman says...

Lloydinio wrote:
This looks promising
"Dyer and Vydra were either side of Troy Deeney" - looks awesome to me
COYH
[quote][p][bold]Lloydinio[/bold] wrote: This looks promising[/p][/quote]"Dyer and Vydra were either side of Troy Deeney" - looks awesome to me COYH Tonytheaceman
  • Score: 0

6:47am Wed 9 Jul 14

rayman01 says...

Tonytheaceman wrote:
Lloydinio wrote:
This looks promising
"Dyer and Vydra were either side of Troy Deeney" - looks awesome to me
COYH
Yes...Vydra, Deeney and Dyer up top could be deadly. But plenty of options if one adds in Renegie, Anya and Fessi into the mix. Undoubtedly a strong squad, the prodigal son returned (Matej Vydra), exciting/ interesting additions and more nous than two years ago. Germany last night reminded me of how we played at times in first season under Zola. In fact at times we were better! Not sure how many teams will get 'mullered' by us this year but looks good at the moment. Luv the Horns!
[quote][p][bold]Tonytheaceman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lloydinio[/bold] wrote: This looks promising[/p][/quote]"Dyer and Vydra were either side of Troy Deeney" - looks awesome to me COYH[/p][/quote]Yes...Vydra, Deeney and Dyer up top could be deadly. But plenty of options if one adds in Renegie, Anya and Fessi into the mix. Undoubtedly a strong squad, the prodigal son returned (Matej Vydra), exciting/ interesting additions and more nous than two years ago. Germany last night reminded me of how we played at times in first season under Zola. In fact at times we were better! Not sure how many teams will get 'mullered' by us this year but looks good at the moment. Luv the Horns! rayman01
  • Score: 1

7:04am Wed 9 Jul 14

endean2 says...

the next friendly will provide us with proper opponents, if we can
repeat that last performance then I will have a "golden glow"
regards this season.
Roll on August 9th, the excitement is growing.
the next friendly will provide us with proper opponents, if we can repeat that last performance then I will have a "golden glow" regards this season. Roll on August 9th, the excitement is growing. endean2
  • Score: -2

7:20am Wed 9 Jul 14

@julesmckenzie says...

From this report it certainly seems that 4-3-3 is our optimum formation. Thats when the dominant spells were.

Rubin Kazan will be a far better marker on where we are as a team as I am unsure of the level of our hosts last night?

Still, a result 1 better than Ze Germans has got to feel good hornets fans?
From this report it certainly seems that 4-3-3 is our optimum formation. Thats when the dominant spells were. Rubin Kazan will be a far better marker on where we are as a team as I am unsure of the level of our hosts last night? Still, a result 1 better than Ze Germans has got to feel good hornets fans? @julesmckenzie
  • Score: 2

10:29am Wed 9 Jul 14

SAHornet says...

endean2 wrote:
the next friendly will provide us with proper opponents, if we can
repeat that last performance then I will have a "golden glow"
regards this season.
Roll on August 9th, the excitement is growing.
Well, I really hope that you stay positive this coming season endean. A lot of us got pretty fed up with your constant whining last season.
[quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: the next friendly will provide us with proper opponents, if we can repeat that last performance then I will have a "golden glow" regards this season. Roll on August 9th, the excitement is growing.[/p][/quote]Well, I really hope that you stay positive this coming season endean. A lot of us got pretty fed up with your constant whining last season. SAHornet
  • Score: 5

11:03am Wed 9 Jul 14

Letsalldothecongaforbrittassombalonga says...

SAHornet wrote:
endean2 wrote:
the next friendly will provide us with proper opponents, if we can
repeat that last performance then I will have a "golden glow"
regards this season.
Roll on August 9th, the excitement is growing.
Well, I really hope that you stay positive this coming season endean. A lot of us got pretty fed up with your constant whining last season.
SAHornet- Many miles away yet speaking for everyone on an internet forum- the wonders of modern technology! Is this your interlude away from the Pistorious trial M'lady?
I agree with Endean that there were many disappointing elements to parts of last season and 95% his criticism was constructive. Now I certainly wouldn't call you a 'clapper' as I know what weight that insult carries on this battlefield but your approach to the negative elements of last season could have been more honest and candid.
Some players, at times, did let themselves down last season. That is a fact, Beppe was an improvement on Zola but did make mistakes. Accept this, move on and plan for the future.
Also be mindful that you do not speak for everyone here and perhaps you should not pretend to.
[quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: the next friendly will provide us with proper opponents, if we can repeat that last performance then I will have a "golden glow" regards this season. Roll on August 9th, the excitement is growing.[/p][/quote]Well, I really hope that you stay positive this coming season endean. A lot of us got pretty fed up with your constant whining last season.[/p][/quote]SAHornet- Many miles away yet speaking for everyone on an internet forum- the wonders of modern technology! Is this your interlude away from the Pistorious trial M'lady? I agree with Endean that there were many disappointing elements to parts of last season and 95% his criticism was constructive. Now I certainly wouldn't call you a 'clapper' as I know what weight that insult carries on this battlefield but your approach to the negative elements of last season could have been more honest and candid. Some players, at times, did let themselves down last season. That is a fact, Beppe was an improvement on Zola but did make mistakes. Accept this, move on and plan for the future. Also be mindful that you do not speak for everyone here and perhaps you should not pretend to. Letsalldothecongaforbrittassombalonga
  • Score: -1

11:41am Wed 9 Jul 14

endean2 says...

are you some sort of stalker SA?
there is something very odd about your obsession with my posts,
do you file them all away and mark them for reference?
I know that football forums attract a diverse group of people, but you are
a very odd one
On reflection SA is probably the ideal place for you to sling your
hammock, the country is full of like minded bigots like you.

You don't like or agree with my posts, tough , don't read them.
By the way your last little ditty to me was regarding the completion of the new stand, DO YOU REMEMBER?
Well it won,t unfortunately be ready for the start of the season,
so you were wrong and I was correct.
So, jog on SA you silly little man and annoy somebody else.
are you some sort of stalker SA? there is something very odd about your obsession with my posts, do you file them all away and mark them for reference? I know that football forums attract a diverse group of people, but you are a very odd one On reflection SA is probably the ideal place for you to sling your hammock, the country is full of like minded bigots like you. You don't like or agree with my posts, tough , don't read them. By the way your last little ditty to me was regarding the completion of the new stand, DO YOU REMEMBER? Well it won,t unfortunately be ready for the start of the season, so you were wrong and I was correct. So, jog on SA you silly little man and annoy somebody else. endean2
  • Score: -4

12:24pm Wed 9 Jul 14

wiseoldornet says...

Its nice people can come on here and moan at each other.
they are obviously not married.

Watford look good for next season. Let's get behind the golden boys!!!!!
Its nice people can come on here and moan at each other. they are obviously not married. Watford look good for next season. Let's get behind the golden boys!!!!! wiseoldornet
  • Score: 2

3:06pm Wed 9 Jul 14

fatboy6169 says...

We look strong this year, the one thing that can beat us is rotation, rotation, rotation. Please stop this practice and play our best team available
We look strong this year, the one thing that can beat us is rotation, rotation, rotation. Please stop this practice and play our best team available fatboy6169
  • Score: 0

3:42pm Wed 9 Jul 14

exeterhornet says...

Endean2
Good to see you firing on all cylinders . Long may it continue. I think you and me will ruffle a few feathers again this year but I know you, like me, don't post to be confrontational but just post what you truly believe or perceive. For that is the purpose of this forum. Roll on Derby. By the way endean, will you be there?
Endean2 Good to see you firing on all cylinders . Long may it continue. I think you and me will ruffle a few feathers again this year but I know you, like me, don't post to be confrontational but just post what you truly believe or perceive. For that is the purpose of this forum. Roll on Derby. By the way endean, will you be there? exeterhornet
  • Score: -2

10:20pm Wed 9 Jul 14

SAHornet says...

Letsalldothecongafor
brittassombalonga
wrote:
SAHornet wrote:
endean2 wrote:
the next friendly will provide us with proper opponents, if we can
repeat that last performance then I will have a "golden glow"
regards this season.
Roll on August 9th, the excitement is growing.
Well, I really hope that you stay positive this coming season endean. A lot of us got pretty fed up with your constant whining last season.
SAHornet- Many miles away yet speaking for everyone on an internet forum- the wonders of modern technology! Is this your interlude away from the Pistorious trial M'lady?
I agree with Endean that there were many disappointing elements to parts of last season and 95% his criticism was constructive. Now I certainly wouldn't call you a 'clapper' as I know what weight that insult carries on this battlefield but your approach to the negative elements of last season could have been more honest and candid.
Some players, at times, did let themselves down last season. That is a fact, Beppe was an improvement on Zola but did make mistakes. Accept this, move on and plan for the future.
Also be mindful that you do not speak for everyone here and perhaps you should not pretend to.
Never said I spoke for everyone, Britt, just a lot of folk that did get a bit fed-up with his constant whining. That's all.
[quote][p][bold]Letsalldothecongafor brittassombalonga[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: the next friendly will provide us with proper opponents, if we can repeat that last performance then I will have a "golden glow" regards this season. Roll on August 9th, the excitement is growing.[/p][/quote]Well, I really hope that you stay positive this coming season endean. A lot of us got pretty fed up with your constant whining last season.[/p][/quote]SAHornet- Many miles away yet speaking for everyone on an internet forum- the wonders of modern technology! Is this your interlude away from the Pistorious trial M'lady? I agree with Endean that there were many disappointing elements to parts of last season and 95% his criticism was constructive. Now I certainly wouldn't call you a 'clapper' as I know what weight that insult carries on this battlefield but your approach to the negative elements of last season could have been more honest and candid. Some players, at times, did let themselves down last season. That is a fact, Beppe was an improvement on Zola but did make mistakes. Accept this, move on and plan for the future. Also be mindful that you do not speak for everyone here and perhaps you should not pretend to.[/p][/quote]Never said I spoke for everyone, Britt, just a lot of folk that did get a bit fed-up with his constant whining. That's all. SAHornet
  • Score: 2

10:23pm Wed 9 Jul 14

SAHornet says...

endean2 wrote:
are you some sort of stalker SA?
there is something very odd about your obsession with my posts,
do you file them all away and mark them for reference?
I know that football forums attract a diverse group of people, but you are
a very odd one
On reflection SA is probably the ideal place for you to sling your
hammock, the country is full of like minded bigots like you.

You don't like or agree with my posts, tough , don't read them.
By the way your last little ditty to me was regarding the completion of the new stand, DO YOU REMEMBER?
Well it won,t unfortunately be ready for the start of the season,
so you were wrong and I was correct.
So, jog on SA you silly little man and annoy somebody else.
Wow, all I said was that you were a bit of a whiner, endean. I think you protest too much.
[quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: are you some sort of stalker SA? there is something very odd about your obsession with my posts, do you file them all away and mark them for reference? I know that football forums attract a diverse group of people, but you are a very odd one On reflection SA is probably the ideal place for you to sling your hammock, the country is full of like minded bigots like you. You don't like or agree with my posts, tough , don't read them. By the way your last little ditty to me was regarding the completion of the new stand, DO YOU REMEMBER? Well it won,t unfortunately be ready for the start of the season, so you were wrong and I was correct. So, jog on SA you silly little man and annoy somebody else.[/p][/quote]Wow, all I said was that you were a bit of a whiner, endean. I think you protest too much. SAHornet
  • Score: 1

10:54am Thu 10 Jul 14

Harry's Bar says...

SAHornet wrote:
endean2 wrote:
are you some sort of stalker SA?
there is something very odd about your obsession with my posts,
do you file them all away and mark them for reference?
I know that football forums attract a diverse group of people, but you are
a very odd one
On reflection SA is probably the ideal place for you to sling your
hammock, the country is full of like minded bigots like you.

You don't like or agree with my posts, tough , don't read them.
By the way your last little ditty to me was regarding the completion of the new stand, DO YOU REMEMBER?
Well it won,t unfortunately be ready for the start of the season,
so you were wrong and I was correct.
So, jog on SA you silly little man and annoy somebody else.
Wow, all I said was that you were a bit of a whiner, endean. I think you protest too much.
Yes, that was a bit strong Endean. Even you would have to admit that you don't always find it easy to look on the bright side. When you feel a negative post coming on maybe try thinking of that song.
[quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]endean2[/bold] wrote: are you some sort of stalker SA? there is something very odd about your obsession with my posts, do you file them all away and mark them for reference? I know that football forums attract a diverse group of people, but you are a very odd one On reflection SA is probably the ideal place for you to sling your hammock, the country is full of like minded bigots like you. You don't like or agree with my posts, tough , don't read them. By the way your last little ditty to me was regarding the completion of the new stand, DO YOU REMEMBER? Well it won,t unfortunately be ready for the start of the season, so you were wrong and I was correct. So, jog on SA you silly little man and annoy somebody else.[/p][/quote]Wow, all I said was that you were a bit of a whiner, endean. I think you protest too much.[/p][/quote]Yes, that was a bit strong Endean. Even you would have to admit that you don't always find it easy to look on the bright side. When you feel a negative post coming on maybe try thinking of that song. Harry's Bar
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