Watford boss Sean Dyche hails the 'magic' of half time after Burnley comeback

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Watford boss Sean Dyche hails the 'magic' of half time after Burnley comeback Watford boss Sean Dyche hails the 'magic' of half time after Burnley comeback

Sean Dyche was delighted his Watford side were able to “take off the shackles” at half time and come from 2-0 behind to beat Burnley 3-2.

The Hornets were extremely poor in the first half at Vicarage Road and went into half time 1-0 down after an Adrian Mariappa error led to Jay Rodriquez’s opener.

The home side started the second half better but still went 2-0 behind through a Nyron Nosworthy own goal.

But Watford responded superbly and goals from Nosworthy, substitute Alex Kacaniklic and Troy Deeney helped secure a spirited comeback.

Dyche said: “I have mentioned several times this season that we are looking to build a playing staff that can challenge every week but we are looking to build a mentality and I think the mentality was fantastic second half.”

Dyche agreed it was a game of two halves in terms of his side’s performance.

Watford failed to keep possession during the first half and lacked a cutting edge for much of the opening period but in the second half that changed.

He said: “They had the better of the first half without a shadow of a doubt but it is important you refocus as players and that is sometimes the magic of half time – you are able to refocus the players.

“Despite conceding an own goal, the players came out for the second half and you could tell the feel of it. They played with more freedom and players wanted the ball.

“I spoke to them about it at half time. There was no shouting, it was just a case of telling them to relax, take the shackles off and play. That is exactly what they did.”

One of the most concerning aspects of the first half was Watford’s failure to keep possession and Dyche was pleased his side put in a more composed display after half time.

Dyche said: “Sometimes that (keeping possession) is built off first contact, second balls and the general feel of the game. Once you then get through the hurly burly of the game, then it is about composure. We couldn’t find it first half whereas second half it was obvious to all here that we found the pass and we moved the ball better.

“Then the whole feel from then on was fantastic. To come from 2-0 down – having given them the first and an own goal for the second – was excellent.”

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6:55pm Sat 3 Mar 12

Bush Hornet says...

Composure. Possession. Passing. Please keep it up. I hate the ugly alternative. And so do many other absentees. Well done Sean & the boys.
Composure. Possession. Passing. Please keep it up. I hate the ugly alternative. And so do many other absentees. Well done Sean & the boys. Bush Hornet

7:20pm Sat 3 Mar 12

lutondown says...

Bush Hornet wrote:
Composure. Possession. Passing. Please keep it up. I hate the ugly alternative. And so do many other absentees. Well done Sean & the boys.
Agreed
[quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: Composure. Possession. Passing. Please keep it up. I hate the ugly alternative. And so do many other absentees. Well done Sean & the boys.[/p][/quote]Agreed lutondown

7:27pm Sat 3 Mar 12

Alex Hillcroft says...

An even more impressive comeback than Engelbert Humperdinck's. Doyley back to his magnificent best.
An even more impressive comeback than Engelbert Humperdinck's. Doyley back to his magnificent best. Alex Hillcroft

7:57pm Sat 3 Mar 12

WFC4ever says...

To give Dychey credit he made a match winning change at half time although we did go 2 down in the 2nd half ofcourse.

We needed more width and pace in the side.
To give Dychey credit he made a match winning change at half time although we did go 2 down in the 2nd half ofcourse. We needed more width and pace in the side. WFC4ever

8:18pm Sat 3 Mar 12

Henry VIII says...

A great comeback indeed - whay are there not more posts? I guess it's because we won, acheived the unlikely and took another step towards safety. There are some pretty sad regulars on this website (I am sure the insults will come) but regardless, for me this is the sort of performance that goes a long way in cementing Championship football for another season. It wasn't the greatest game of the season but psychologically it could become one of the most important. Had we have lost again who knows...but we did not and we recovered against a decent side. A big well done to all involved, and I am really pleased for big Nosworthy to get one at the right end!! Great job SEan and the lads.
A great comeback indeed - whay are there not more posts? I guess it's because we won, acheived the unlikely and took another step towards safety. There are some pretty sad regulars on this website (I am sure the insults will come) but regardless, for me this is the sort of performance that goes a long way in cementing Championship football for another season. It wasn't the greatest game of the season but psychologically it could become one of the most important. Had we have lost again who knows...but we did not and we recovered against a decent side. A big well done to all involved, and I am really pleased for big Nosworthy to get one at the right end!! Great job SEan and the lads. Henry VIII

8:57pm Sat 3 Mar 12

buckler says...

Henry VIII wrote:
A great comeback indeed - whay are there not more posts? I guess it's because we won, acheived the unlikely and took another step towards safety. There are some pretty sad regulars on this website (I am sure the insults will come) but regardless, for me this is the sort of performance that goes a long way in cementing Championship football for another season. It wasn't the greatest game of the season but psychologically it could become one of the most important. Had we have lost again who knows...but we did not and we recovered against a decent side. A big well done to all involved, and I am really pleased for big Nosworthy to get one at the right end!! Great job SEan and the lads.
If your not man enough to say it dont bring it up! Great comeback as i have already said. Dont want to keep giving teams Gimmies every week! Deserved it in the end. Uornnns
[quote][p][bold]Henry VIII[/bold] wrote: A great comeback indeed - whay are there not more posts? I guess it's because we won, acheived the unlikely and took another step towards safety. There are some pretty sad regulars on this website (I am sure the insults will come) but regardless, for me this is the sort of performance that goes a long way in cementing Championship football for another season. It wasn't the greatest game of the season but psychologically it could become one of the most important. Had we have lost again who knows...but we did not and we recovered against a decent side. A big well done to all involved, and I am really pleased for big Nosworthy to get one at the right end!! Great job SEan and the lads.[/p][/quote]If your not man enough to say it dont bring it up! Great comeback as i have already said. Dont want to keep giving teams Gimmies every week! Deserved it in the end. Uornnns buckler

9:00pm Sat 3 Mar 12

lutondown says...

Henry VIII wrote:
A great comeback indeed - whay are there not more posts? I guess it's because we won, acheived the unlikely and took another step towards safety. There are some pretty sad regulars on this website (I am sure the insults will come) but regardless, for me this is the sort of performance that goes a long way in cementing Championship football for another season. It wasn't the greatest game of the season but psychologically it could become one of the most important. Had we have lost again who knows...but we did not and we recovered against a decent side. A big well done to all involved, and I am really pleased for big Nosworthy to get one at the right end!! Great job SEan and the lads.
Look mate
You are pointing an accusing finger at certain people as on the other thread this evening.
But myself, SAH, Alex and Buckler have already posted, I think it's some of your mates missing as we're giving them nothing to **** about
Now off with your head, see how you like it!!!
[quote][p][bold]Henry VIII[/bold] wrote: A great comeback indeed - whay are there not more posts? I guess it's because we won, acheived the unlikely and took another step towards safety. There are some pretty sad regulars on this website (I am sure the insults will come) but regardless, for me this is the sort of performance that goes a long way in cementing Championship football for another season. It wasn't the greatest game of the season but psychologically it could become one of the most important. Had we have lost again who knows...but we did not and we recovered against a decent side. A big well done to all involved, and I am really pleased for big Nosworthy to get one at the right end!! Great job SEan and the lads.[/p][/quote]Look mate You are pointing an accusing finger at certain people as on the other thread this evening. But myself, SAH, Alex and Buckler have already posted, I think it's some of your mates missing as we're giving them nothing to **** about Now off with your head, see how you like it!!! lutondown

9:02pm Sat 3 Mar 12

Henry VIII says...

Man enough? I am just pleased for the lads, I don't do idle threats from behind the safety of a keyboard I would rather call you out face to face as it were. It just seems crazy after such a great comeback there are not a few more on here cheering.
Man enough? I am just pleased for the lads, I don't do idle threats from behind the safety of a keyboard I would rather call you out face to face as it were. It just seems crazy after such a great comeback there are not a few more on here cheering. Henry VIII

9:04pm Sat 3 Mar 12

buckler says...

Henry VIII wrote:
Man enough? I am just pleased for the lads, I don't do idle threats from behind the safety of a keyboard I would rather call you out face to face as it were. It just seems crazy after such a great comeback there are not a few more on here cheering.
We can see you sneaking OUT! No likey Hard Men?
[quote][p][bold]Henry VIII[/bold] wrote: Man enough? I am just pleased for the lads, I don't do idle threats from behind the safety of a keyboard I would rather call you out face to face as it were. It just seems crazy after such a great comeback there are not a few more on here cheering.[/p][/quote]We can see you sneaking OUT! No likey Hard Men? buckler

9:12pm Sat 3 Mar 12

tonyevans22 says...

Missing out on the pointless squabbles from the regular children that have jack all to say,It was a great comeback and once we scored I knew we would win,Garner and Deeney worked there socks off,and Garner having a hand in 2 goals,was pleased for him.It took courage to come back from what was a demolishing 2-0 score,but they rolled up their sleeves and came out winners.This side has the ability if only they believed more in themselves.Hat's off to them.We were favourites for relegation and we have so far proved the bookies wrong.2 more wins and we are safe.
Missing out on the pointless squabbles from the regular children that have jack all to say,It was a great comeback and once we scored I knew we would win,Garner and Deeney worked there socks off,and Garner having a hand in 2 goals,was pleased for him.It took courage to come back from what was a demolishing 2-0 score,but they rolled up their sleeves and came out winners.This side has the ability if only they believed more in themselves.Hat's off to them.We were favourites for relegation and we have so far proved the bookies wrong.2 more wins and we are safe. tonyevans22

9:33pm Sat 3 Mar 12

Henry VIII says...

buckler wrote:
Henry VIII wrote:
Man enough? I am just pleased for the lads, I don't do idle threats from behind the safety of a keyboard I would rather call you out face to face as it were. It just seems crazy after such a great comeback there are not a few more on here cheering.
We can see you sneaking OUT! No likey Hard Men?
I don't understand your comment, I am glad we are three points closer to safety. What I have tried to say all along is that after such a result I am suprised (dissapointed) there are not more on here putting up supportive comments. It just seems to me that some people on here like to start trash talk all of the time. On to Tony's point I agree that the team could achieve more if only they had a bit more belief. Still not 100% on our loaned keeper, although he did make a great stop late on.
[quote][p][bold]buckler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Henry VIII[/bold] wrote: Man enough? I am just pleased for the lads, I don't do idle threats from behind the safety of a keyboard I would rather call you out face to face as it were. It just seems crazy after such a great comeback there are not a few more on here cheering.[/p][/quote]We can see you sneaking OUT! No likey Hard Men?[/p][/quote]I don't understand your comment, I am glad we are three points closer to safety. What I have tried to say all along is that after such a result I am suprised (dissapointed) there are not more on here putting up supportive comments. It just seems to me that some people on here like to start trash talk all of the time. On to Tony's point I agree that the team could achieve more if only they had a bit more belief. Still not 100% on our loaned keeper, although he did make a great stop late on. Henry VIII

10:05pm Sat 3 Mar 12

Estuary Hornet says...

First half was diabolical the worst I have seen us play this season plus Buaben is definitely not a winger. The second was fantastic, you can say what you like about Dyce and his style of play and our lack of a goalscorer etc. But one thing he certainly has is the dressing room. Well played today.
First half was diabolical the worst I have seen us play this season plus Buaben is definitely not a winger. The second was fantastic, you can say what you like about Dyce and his style of play and our lack of a goalscorer etc. But one thing he certainly has is the dressing room. Well played today. Estuary Hornet

2:05am Sun 4 Mar 12

KeithMercer says...

Henry VIII wrote:
A great comeback indeed - whay are there not more posts? I guess it's because we won, acheived the unlikely and took another step towards safety. There are some pretty sad regulars on this website (I am sure the insults will come) but regardless, for me this is the sort of performance that goes a long way in cementing Championship football for another season. It wasn't the greatest game of the season but psychologically it could become one of the most important. Had we have lost again who knows...but we did not and we recovered against a decent side. A big well done to all involved, and I am really pleased for big Nosworthy to get one at the right end!! Great job SEan and the lads.
we play cr*p , I am going to say we played cr*p ! we play good I am going to say we played good ! any problem with that Henry ?
Have not noticed you on here before "our Henry " maybe you just dont have any passion and it does not bother you when we lose succesive games by 0-7 ! but it does me, so excuse me for having an opinion !!.
Great comeback boys and keep that spirit going at West Ham.
[quote][p][bold]Henry VIII[/bold] wrote: A great comeback indeed - whay are there not more posts? I guess it's because we won, acheived the unlikely and took another step towards safety. There are some pretty sad regulars on this website (I am sure the insults will come) but regardless, for me this is the sort of performance that goes a long way in cementing Championship football for another season. It wasn't the greatest game of the season but psychologically it could become one of the most important. Had we have lost again who knows...but we did not and we recovered against a decent side. A big well done to all involved, and I am really pleased for big Nosworthy to get one at the right end!! Great job SEan and the lads.[/p][/quote]we play cr*p , I am going to say we played cr*p ! we play good I am going to say we played good ! any problem with that Henry ? Have not noticed you on here before "our Henry " maybe you just dont have any passion and it does not bother you when we lose succesive games by 0-7 ! but it does me, so excuse me for having an opinion !!. Great comeback boys and keep that spirit going at West Ham. KeithMercer

8:10am Sun 4 Mar 12

SAHornet says...

KeithMercer wrote:
Henry VIII wrote:
A great comeback indeed - whay are there not more posts? I guess it's because we won, acheived the unlikely and took another step towards safety. There are some pretty sad regulars on this website (I am sure the insults will come) but regardless, for me this is the sort of performance that goes a long way in cementing Championship football for another season. It wasn't the greatest game of the season but psychologically it could become one of the most important. Had we have lost again who knows...but we did not and we recovered against a decent side. A big well done to all involved, and I am really pleased for big Nosworthy to get one at the right end!! Great job SEan and the lads.
we play cr*p , I am going to say we played cr*p ! we play good I am going to say we played good ! any problem with that Henry ?
Have not noticed you on here before "our Henry " maybe you just dont have any passion and it does not bother you when we lose succesive games by 0-7 ! but it does me, so excuse me for having an opinion !!.
Great comeback boys and keep that spirit going at West Ham.
Good, fair post Keith. Henry, you need a reality check, my pal!
[quote][p][bold]KeithMercer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Henry VIII[/bold] wrote: A great comeback indeed - whay are there not more posts? I guess it's because we won, acheived the unlikely and took another step towards safety. There are some pretty sad regulars on this website (I am sure the insults will come) but regardless, for me this is the sort of performance that goes a long way in cementing Championship football for another season. It wasn't the greatest game of the season but psychologically it could become one of the most important. Had we have lost again who knows...but we did not and we recovered against a decent side. A big well done to all involved, and I am really pleased for big Nosworthy to get one at the right end!! Great job SEan and the lads.[/p][/quote]we play cr*p , I am going to say we played cr*p ! we play good I am going to say we played good ! any problem with that Henry ? Have not noticed you on here before "our Henry " maybe you just dont have any passion and it does not bother you when we lose succesive games by 0-7 ! but it does me, so excuse me for having an opinion !!. Great comeback boys and keep that spirit going at West Ham.[/p][/quote]Good, fair post Keith. Henry, you need a reality check, my pal! SAHornet

9:19am Sun 4 Mar 12

Abbots hornet says...

Great comeback think Dyche made a mess of the team in the first place cos Buaben can't play as a winger.however I definitely fired them up at half time! Well done Dyche.Murray looks a great prospect good dead ball delivery vital 3 points yesterday.cmon you horns!
Great comeback think Dyche made a mess of the team in the first place cos Buaben can't play as a winger.however I definitely fired them up at half time! Well done Dyche.Murray looks a great prospect good dead ball delivery vital 3 points yesterday.cmon you horns! Abbots hornet

9:58am Sun 4 Mar 12

DAVE THE HORNET says...

Everyone was really flat in the first half; it was no surprise that the crowd's librarian imitations had an impact on the side; it was like a morgue up to half time! Doyley's energy got everyone going in the second half by several rampaging runs from defence and coupled to Deeney's never side die attitude the crowd really started responding- we were all to blaim for the poor first half performance; even Harry the H looked decidely unimpressed and looked like he was angling to come on as sub in the second half. We've got to get more passion back in to the support but then again, not sure if it's ever been there on a consistent basis over the 40 years I've been going to the Vic.
Everyone was really flat in the first half; it was no surprise that the crowd's librarian imitations had an impact on the side; it was like a morgue up to half time! Doyley's energy got everyone going in the second half by several rampaging runs from defence and coupled to Deeney's never side die attitude the crowd really started responding- we were all to blaim for the poor first half performance; even Harry the H looked decidely unimpressed and looked like he was angling to come on as sub in the second half. We've got to get more passion back in to the support but then again, not sure if it's ever been there on a consistent basis over the 40 years I've been going to the Vic. DAVE THE HORNET

10:10am Sun 4 Mar 12

JohnnyHornet says...

I know we all hate losing, but on reflection Southampton beating Leeds last night does make it slightly easier to take, not a lot though.
I know we all hate losing, but on reflection Southampton beating Leeds last night does make it slightly easier to take, not a lot though. JohnnyHornet

2:50pm Sun 4 Mar 12

lutondown says...

DAVE THE HORNET wrote:
Everyone was really flat in the first half; it was no surprise that the crowd's librarian imitations had an impact on the side; it was like a morgue up to half time! Doyley's energy got everyone going in the second half by several rampaging runs from defence and coupled to Deeney's never side die attitude the crowd really started responding- we were all to blaim for the poor first half performance; even Harry the H looked decidely unimpressed and looked like he was angling to come on as sub in the second half. We've got to get more passion back in to the support but then again, not sure if it's ever been there on a consistent basis over the 40 years I've been going to the Vic.
Well I've been going forty odd years and remember our first taste of division two football as it was. The passion and noise was great as it was until Graham Taylor overly sanitised the old Vic.
I remember being in the old Rookery with less than 5 k in the ground and we always made a bit of noise.
It was different fans those days, mainly coming from the council estates with aspirations of donning the golden shirt. Today I think our support is more Cassiobury and hence the polite chaps we have become
[quote][p][bold]DAVE THE HORNET[/bold] wrote: Everyone was really flat in the first half; it was no surprise that the crowd's librarian imitations had an impact on the side; it was like a morgue up to half time! Doyley's energy got everyone going in the second half by several rampaging runs from defence and coupled to Deeney's never side die attitude the crowd really started responding- we were all to blaim for the poor first half performance; even Harry the H looked decidely unimpressed and looked like he was angling to come on as sub in the second half. We've got to get more passion back in to the support but then again, not sure if it's ever been there on a consistent basis over the 40 years I've been going to the Vic.[/p][/quote]Well I've been going forty odd years and remember our first taste of division two football as it was. The passion and noise was great as it was until Graham Taylor overly sanitised the old Vic. I remember being in the old Rookery with less than 5 k in the ground and we always made a bit of noise. It was different fans those days, mainly coming from the council estates with aspirations of donning the golden shirt. Today I think our support is more Cassiobury and hence the polite chaps we have become lutondown

3:04pm Sun 4 Mar 12

mile high ron says...

lutondown wrote:
DAVE THE HORNET wrote:
Everyone was really flat in the first half; it was no surprise that the crowd's librarian imitations had an impact on the side; it was like a morgue up to half time! Doyley's energy got everyone going in the second half by several rampaging runs from defence and coupled to Deeney's never side die attitude the crowd really started responding- we were all to blaim for the poor first half performance; even Harry the H looked decidely unimpressed and looked like he was angling to come on as sub in the second half. We've got to get more passion back in to the support but then again, not sure if it's ever been there on a consistent basis over the 40 years I've been going to the Vic.
Well I've been going forty odd years and remember our first taste of division two football as it was. The passion and noise was great as it was until Graham Taylor overly sanitised the old Vic.
I remember being in the old Rookery with less than 5 k in the ground and we always made a bit of noise.
It was different fans those days, mainly coming from the council estates with aspirations of donning the golden shirt. Today I think our support is more Cassiobury and hence the polite chaps we have become
Fair point both, but I think this apathy amongst the home crowd can be applied to quite a few stadia these days!
But with the lack of talent on show at most games and the days of the super-rich owners being key, what’s it really all about ?
We can cope with the despair but it’s the hope that kills us...
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DAVE THE HORNET[/bold] wrote: Everyone was really flat in the first half; it was no surprise that the crowd's librarian imitations had an impact on the side; it was like a morgue up to half time! Doyley's energy got everyone going in the second half by several rampaging runs from defence and coupled to Deeney's never side die attitude the crowd really started responding- we were all to blaim for the poor first half performance; even Harry the H looked decidely unimpressed and looked like he was angling to come on as sub in the second half. We've got to get more passion back in to the support but then again, not sure if it's ever been there on a consistent basis over the 40 years I've been going to the Vic.[/p][/quote]Well I've been going forty odd years and remember our first taste of division two football as it was. The passion and noise was great as it was until Graham Taylor overly sanitised the old Vic. I remember being in the old Rookery with less than 5 k in the ground and we always made a bit of noise. It was different fans those days, mainly coming from the council estates with aspirations of donning the golden shirt. Today I think our support is more Cassiobury and hence the polite chaps we have become[/p][/quote]Fair point both, but I think this apathy amongst the home crowd can be applied to quite a few stadia these days! But with the lack of talent on show at most games and the days of the super-rich owners being key, what’s it really all about ? We can cope with the despair but it’s the hope that kills us... mile high ron

3:10pm Sun 4 Mar 12

WFC4ever says...

David Moyes summed up the modern game well here!

http://www.bbc.co.uk
/sport/0/football/17
249760
David Moyes summed up the modern game well here! http://www.bbc.co.uk /sport/0/football/17 249760 WFC4ever

3:11pm Sun 4 Mar 12

Frankie Frazer says...

To be fair to Lutondown, buckler and the others that sometimes get on a downer a little too quickly I would have to say they have said it how it is on this occasion if u look at their original posts! The abuse that will start coming will now be in reaction to others comments ... My beef only comes when it gets personal to the players & staff and in general love a difference of opinion, but as promised I won't be rising to any (at the moment anyway!!) ... On to a football reaction ...
That first half was as bad as I have seen with too many players hoofing the ball up field, although TK is not installing any confidence in me he distributes the ball well but even he started to just smash it up field in the first half .. Second half was so much better and I doubt we will Ever play the prince in right mid again !! (not his fault but he was poor in the first half) .. Enjoyed the fight in the second half and seeing players lying flat out at the end of the game shows they have done all they can... Also loved it when JE threw himself into the tackle on the final whistle and then throws his arms up to get the crowd going, passion is what it's about and he is starting to become a bit of a legend in my eyes as what he lacks in outright ability he makes up for with passion and commitment. ...
To be fair to Lutondown, buckler and the others that sometimes get on a downer a little too quickly I would have to say they have said it how it is on this occasion if u look at their original posts! The abuse that will start coming will now be in reaction to others comments ... My beef only comes when it gets personal to the players & staff and in general love a difference of opinion, but as promised I won't be rising to any (at the moment anyway!!) ... On to a football reaction ... That first half was as bad as I have seen with too many players hoofing the ball up field, although TK is not installing any confidence in me he distributes the ball well but even he started to just smash it up field in the first half .. Second half was so much better and I doubt we will Ever play the prince in right mid again !! (not his fault but he was poor in the first half) .. Enjoyed the fight in the second half and seeing players lying flat out at the end of the game shows they have done all they can... Also loved it when JE threw himself into the tackle on the final whistle and then throws his arms up to get the crowd going, passion is what it's about and he is starting to become a bit of a legend in my eyes as what he lacks in outright ability he makes up for with passion and commitment. ... Frankie Frazer

4:03pm Sun 4 Mar 12

SAHornet says...

Well the mighty Irons did us proud and McTosh will be crying on wifey's shoulder about now. Hope they play like sh*ite on weds, though.
Well the mighty Irons did us proud and McTosh will be crying on wifey's shoulder about now. Hope they play like sh*ite on weds, though. SAHornet

5:24pm Sun 4 Mar 12

Bush Hornet says...

SAHornet wrote:
Well the mighty Irons did us proud and McTosh will be crying on wifey's shoulder about now. Hope they play like sh*ite on weds, though.
I think you mean the Hammers. Yes, poor old Malks my heart bleeds
[quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: Well the mighty Irons did us proud and McTosh will be crying on wifey's shoulder about now. Hope they play like sh*ite on weds, though.[/p][/quote]I think you mean the Hammers. Yes, poor old Malks my heart bleeds Bush Hornet

7:35pm Sun 4 Mar 12

lutondown says...

Bush Hornet wrote:
SAHornet wrote:
Well the mighty Irons did us proud and McTosh will be crying on wifey's shoulder about now. Hope they play like sh*ite on weds, though.
I think you mean the Hammers. Yes, poor old Malks my heart bleeds
I think he meant the Irons which is the preferred nickname of West Ham fans, this is in honour of their original name ( iron works fc)
This is what you hear West Ham fans chant 'come on you Irons'
God don't you just love a know it all.
Chalk one up to the air SAH!
[quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: Well the mighty Irons did us proud and McTosh will be crying on wifey's shoulder about now. Hope they play like sh*ite on weds, though.[/p][/quote]I think you mean the Hammers. Yes, poor old Malks my heart bleeds[/p][/quote]I think he meant the Irons which is the preferred nickname of West Ham fans, this is in honour of their original name ( iron works fc) This is what you hear West Ham fans chant 'come on you Irons' God don't you just love a know it all. Chalk one up to the air SAH! lutondown

8:15pm Sun 4 Mar 12

SAHornet says...

lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
SAHornet wrote:
Well the mighty Irons did us proud and McTosh will be crying on wifey's shoulder about now. Hope they play like sh*ite on weds, though.
I think you mean the Hammers. Yes, poor old Malks my heart bleeds
I think he meant the Irons which is the preferred nickname of West Ham fans, this is in honour of their original name ( iron works fc)
This is what you hear West Ham fans chant 'come on you Irons'
God don't you just love a know it all.
Chalk one up to the air SAH!
Some peeps should just refrain from commenting on these threads, eh, LD?
[quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: Well the mighty Irons did us proud and McTosh will be crying on wifey's shoulder about now. Hope they play like sh*ite on weds, though.[/p][/quote]I think you mean the Hammers. Yes, poor old Malks my heart bleeds[/p][/quote]I think he meant the Irons which is the preferred nickname of West Ham fans, this is in honour of their original name ( iron works fc) This is what you hear West Ham fans chant 'come on you Irons' God don't you just love a know it all. Chalk one up to the air SAH![/p][/quote]Some peeps should just refrain from commenting on these threads, eh, LD? SAHornet

11:12pm Sun 4 Mar 12

Bush Hornet says...

I stand corrected. Lutondown, how's that for humility? So we're playing the Irons on Weds. Give me them over West Ham any day.
I stand corrected. Lutondown, how's that for humility? So we're playing the Irons on Weds. Give me them over West Ham any day. Bush Hornet

11:22pm Sun 4 Mar 12

PurpleRalph says...

SAHornet wrote:
lutondown wrote:
Bush Hornet wrote:
SAHornet wrote:
Well the mighty Irons did us proud and McTosh will be crying on wifey's shoulder about now. Hope they play like sh*ite on weds, though.
I think you mean the Hammers. Yes, poor old Malks my heart bleeds
I think he meant the Irons which is the preferred nickname of West Ham fans, this is in honour of their original name ( iron works fc)
This is what you hear West Ham fans chant 'come on you Irons'
God don't you just love a know it all.
Chalk one up to the air SAH!
Some peeps should just refrain from commenting on these threads, eh, LD?
I haven't got time for all this - I need to Hammer a shirt for work tomorrow.
[quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lutondown[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: Well the mighty Irons did us proud and McTosh will be crying on wifey's shoulder about now. Hope they play like sh*ite on weds, though.[/p][/quote]I think you mean the Hammers. Yes, poor old Malks my heart bleeds[/p][/quote]I think he meant the Irons which is the preferred nickname of West Ham fans, this is in honour of their original name ( iron works fc) This is what you hear West Ham fans chant 'come on you Irons' God don't you just love a know it all. Chalk one up to the air SAH![/p][/quote]Some peeps should just refrain from commenting on these threads, eh, LD?[/p][/quote]I haven't got time for all this - I need to Hammer a shirt for work tomorrow. PurpleRalph

5:51am Mon 5 Mar 12

lutondown says...

Bush Hornet wrote:
I stand corrected. Lutondown, how's that for humility? So we're playing the Irons on Weds. Give me them over West Ham any day.
I loved West Ham.....just for yesterday mind and putting one over Fatty MacPie
We'll have to play for ninety minutes against them otherwise it will be another Soton
Let's not enter the game already beaten eh Sean?
[quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: I stand corrected. Lutondown, how's that for humility? So we're playing the Irons on Weds. Give me them over West Ham any day.[/p][/quote]I loved West Ham.....just for yesterday mind and putting one over Fatty MacPie We'll have to play for ninety minutes against them otherwise it will be another Soton Let's not enter the game already beaten eh Sean? lutondown

2:48pm Mon 5 Mar 12

SAHornet says...

Got to attack them or we're bugg**ed. No point in sitting deep and trying to absorb their attacks for 90 mins. We're not strong enough at the back for that.
Got to attack them or we're bugg**ed. No point in sitting deep and trying to absorb their attacks for 90 mins. We're not strong enough at the back for that. SAHornet

5:04pm Mon 5 Mar 12

lutondown says...

Bush Hornet wrote:
I stand corrected. Lutondown, how's that for humility? So we're playing the Irons on Weds. Give me them over West Ham any day.
Not good enough for me sonny Jim
Only Alf Garnett called them the 'ammers! And he was really a Spurs fan
So mr Bush, it's not politically correct to use Alfgarnettisms so one thousand apologies in lines please!
Luton down is always right and says blow humility! X 1000!!!
[quote][p][bold]Bush Hornet[/bold] wrote: I stand corrected. Lutondown, how's that for humility? So we're playing the Irons on Weds. Give me them over West Ham any day.[/p][/quote]Not good enough for me sonny Jim Only Alf Garnett called them the 'ammers! And he was really a Spurs fan So mr Bush, it's not politically correct to use Alfgarnettisms so one thousand apologies in lines please! Luton down is always right and says blow humility! X 1000!!! lutondown

5:20pm Mon 5 Mar 12

SAHornet says...

LD, who's Humility.....Franny?
LD, who's Humility.....Franny? SAHornet

6:13pm Mon 5 Mar 12

lutondown says...

SAHornet wrote:
LD, who's Humility.....Franny?
Humility? Dont know him?
Think Bush knows him well mind!
Franny is really off the radar mate, got to say its really oring without her and her smelly pantyhose!
[quote][p][bold]SAHornet[/bold] wrote: LD, who's Humility.....Franny?[/p][/quote]Humility? Dont know him? Think Bush knows him well mind! Franny is really off the radar mate, got to say its really oring without her and her smelly pantyhose! lutondown

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