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Recorded on the night that it was announced that Billy McKinlay was being replaced by SLAVIŠA JOKANOVIĆ as the Head Coach of Watford FC, Jon Jason and Mike chat about the extraordinary whirlwind that has been the last 37 days in Watford history.

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Wednesday, 20 February 2013

EXTRA TIME: Pre Derby @ home

From time to time we may do a short mini podcast that we call "From The Rookery End Extra Time.

Listen to the first one below where we have a question for you.



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1 comment:

  1. Hi,

    The answer has to be a definite overwhelming yes.

    For a number of reasons

    If we are concerned because of our last to unsuccessful visits, then we concede to the power and aims of the premier league, which I believe is to squeeze out of the smaller clubs, at the expense of the 'big' clubs whose 'fans deserve it'. That statement really gets on my t*ts. On our first visit we upset the apple cart. Boy that was fun. Do you remember it? I think we may be just able to make a decent go of it this time(I am optimistic) because we have a larger more talented squad, but it is always better to have tried and failed than not to have tried at all. The last visit was not all bad and whilst hard and frustrating, what is the alternative? If we as a club don't have any aspirations, then I think this would be sad. Hey, we might even get a new stand. That can't be bad can it? And if we survive, then the arguement about loans might start up again. Imagine going to the Emirates and winning and then Wenger having a rant about a loan system because Arsenal are potless again. Well I can dream can't I? Thats what makes all this fun.

    Regards,

    Leaveden 'orn

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