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NationalTiger

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#1
21/01/2018 at 10:43

All we need now is 'O Salvadore' to walk back through the January door, the Allams to fuck off and the play-offs are a cert. 

Now then... 

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essexgull

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21/01/2018 at 11:17

He wanted to go to Everton and when Watford held him to his contract, he gave up trying.

A real lack of professionalism and a sign that Silva regards his career higher than his professional conduct. He wouldn't have stayed at Hull whether or not they stayed in the Premier league at the end of last season.


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imperishablehcfc

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#3
21/01/2018 at 11:49

I'm afraid he's been found out again.

His record is now beginning to look a bit grim. 

Fuck the short term we will build a 1000 year Hull City Reich 

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RichardCheatham - City AFC

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21/01/2018 at 11:59

I’m picking him up at Watford Gap 9.30 ish tomorrow to drive him home to Hull.

Forget the play offs, automatic spot for us lads.

By copy to Essex Gull, get fooked. 

Post edited on 21/01/2018 at 12:00 by RichardCheatham - City AFC

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21/01/2018 at 12:18

Good manager but bad ethics....that's twice now 

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potential

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21/01/2018 at 12:41

An article in the Guardian gave the impression it was common knowledge Silva was going to Watford. Long before the end of the season. Quite why Watford have got all huffy about the the Everton job is probably just a smokescreen for "he was ace, then he was shit". Not forgetting the revolving door in the managers office.

What ambition, other than hanging on in there, is realistic for Watford? Let the next manager bring European glory, or the next in six months time.  

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N5_Tough_Cookie

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21/01/2018 at 14:05

He will be Southamptons next manager in no time. They're about to sack their manager and wanted Silva in the summer.

He will then leave them in the summer to go to Newcastle. 

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RichardCheatham - City AFC

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21/01/2018 at 14:33

Watfart are a shoddy 5 points above the relegation zone. Is that a criminal offence? It’s Watford. West Am, West Brum, Mags, Eversun... decent clubs with more history than Watford were/are in the bottom 14, it’s how it is. Burnley, the eight wonder of the world, have scored 19 in 24 games and haven’t won in the last eight games, and that was a 1-0 (naturally) against the mighty Stoke City.

Well played Ehab, we are better off out of it.

Ehab in, Silva in, Adkins travel and home insurance. 

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21/01/2018 at 17:02

Silva’s achievements in England are mediocre at best. Some people around here got a bit carried away because his name fitted into a song 

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RichardCheatham - City AFC

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21/01/2018 at 17:09

It’s a bit more than the song to be fair.

Setting up the wide lads, Andrew Robertson suddenly able to defend and attack, best Senna arf combo City have ever had, just couldn’t win away. Given the shit stick in Jan we performed miracles getting to 34 points. Often came from a goal down to win must-win games at home.

For once, someone who spoke sense rather than the putting in a shift bollocks they usually spout.

Chaps knows his onions, but then again, so must Phil Brown by now. 

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N5_Tough_Cookie

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21/01/2018 at 17:09

No we got carried away cause he had us winning home games. Had season have started in January then we'd have been a mid table premier league club. The man was a genius and we had no right at all to be putting up a fight like we did to stay up. His last few games were poor though. 

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21/01/2018 at 18:18

Exactly. He was ace, breath of fresh air, then shit.
Our last manager to get supported by the Allams. Brought his own full back room team and his signings.
Can't credit him with Maguire or Robertson. Maguire had finally been given his chance, and grabbed it, out of necessity, before Silva arrived.
Our surrender was pitiful. Silva has to take the blame for that. And our worst ever PL defeat (and at home).
Catchy song though, so makes everything alright.  

The fish rots from the head #AllamOut 

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21/01/2018 at 21:52

In charge for 22 games and lost eleven. Is that what it takes to get a reputation these days? 

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essexgull

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22/01/2018 at 17:08

He's undoubtedly a very good manager - Watford are 10th in the PL and he turned round a Hull team for a quarter of the season, before the inevitable collapse 100m in front of the finishing line.

His professionalism and conduct are brought into question though.


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