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Online Brend'Watkins

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Re: Scott Hogan - retired
« Reply #1995 on: September 17, 2020, 12:37:43 PM »
He’s better than Watkins according to one Nose

‘Jude’ is better than Jack according to many noses.

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Re: Scott Hogan - retired
« Reply #1996 on: September 17, 2020, 12:38:13 PM »
Must we continue with this thread in any way ?
No relevance or interest!
The man had his biggest chance ever and failed for all sorts of reasons I won't be interested in him like I am with say Green, Robinson or even Weimann and Adomah he's a distant thought.

Let him be gone!

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Re: Scott Hogan - retired
« Reply #1997 on: September 17, 2020, 12:39:21 PM »
He’s better than Watkins according to one Nose

‘Jude’ is better than Jack according to many noses.
Can't compare but Bellingham is decent have to say that . But that's why he moved from a lowly EFL club and that league
Far too good.

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Re: Scott Hogan - retired
« Reply #1998 on: September 17, 2020, 01:15:05 PM »
He’s better than Watkins according to one Nose

‘Jude’ is better than Jack according to many noses.
Can't compare but Bellingham is decent have to say that . But that's why he moved from a lowly EFL club and that league
Far too good.

Was talking to a friend (he's a nose but a decent enough guy) the other day Grealish and Bellingham sum the 2 clubs up perfectly. Even at our lowest point for 50 years we've had a genius emerge from our academy and stay with us, becoming the club captain with most of their fans desperately holding on to the myth that he's a bad boy because of a photo of him drunk in tenerife 6 years ago. They had one come through and he's left the club before he can even legally drink but many of there fans still think he's their version of Jack. The term small time gets used on this forum a bit too often but how they've handled selling a teenager to a champions league club is the best definition of it I think we'll ever see.

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Re: Scott Hogan - retired
« Reply #1999 on: September 17, 2020, 01:51:41 PM »
He’s better than Watkins according to one Nose

‘Jude’ is better than Jack according to many noses.
Can't compare but Bellingham is decent have to say that . But that's why he moved from a lowly EFL club and that league
Far too good.

Was talking to a friend (he's a nose but a decent enough guy) the other day Grealish and Bellingham sum the 2 clubs up perfectly. Even at our lowest point for 50 years we've had a genius emerge from our academy and stay with us, becoming the club captain with most of their fans desperately holding on to the myth that he's a bad boy because of a photo of him drunk in tenerife 6 years ago. They had one come through and he's left the club before he can even legally drink but many of there fans still think he's their version of Jack. The term small time gets used on this forum a bit too often but how they've handled selling a teenager to a champions league club is the best definition of it I think we'll ever see.
Retiring the number 22 shirt for a kid who played a handful of games? That's the most small time thing I've ever heard.

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Re: Scott Hogan - retired
« Reply #2000 on: September 17, 2020, 01:59:49 PM »
He’s better than Watkins according to one Nose

‘Jude’ is better than Jack according to many noses.
Can't compare but Bellingham is decent have to say that . But that's why he moved from a lowly EFL club and that league
Far too good.

Was talking to a friend (he's a nose but a decent enough guy) the other day Grealish and Bellingham sum the 2 clubs up perfectly. Even at our lowest point for 50 years we've had a genius emerge from our academy and stay with us, becoming the club captain with most of their fans desperately holding on to the myth that he's a bad boy because of a photo of him drunk in tenerife 6 years ago. They had one come through and he's left the club before he can even legally drink but many of there fans still think he's their version of Jack. The term small time gets used on this forum a bit too often but how they've handled selling a teenager to a champions league club is the best definition of it I think we'll ever see.
Retiring the number 22 shirt for a kid who played a handful of games? That's the most small time thing I've ever heard.

Nano time.

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Re: Scott Hogan - retired
« Reply #2001 on: September 17, 2020, 03:37:51 PM »
Must we continue with this thread in any way ?
No relevance or interest!
The man had his biggest chance ever and failed for all sorts of reasons I won't be interested in him like I am with say Green, Robinson or even Weimann and Adomah he's a distant thought.

Let him be gone!

That quote made me laugh. No "Thanks and good luck Scott", just "Let him be gone"! I can think of a number of players who deserved that farewell message over the years. A few of our managers as well.

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Re: Scott Hogan - retired
« Reply #2002 on: September 17, 2020, 10:30:53 PM »
Hogan has signed a four year contract? Have we agreed to pay his wages or something?

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Re: Scott Hogan - retired
« Reply #2003 on: September 17, 2020, 10:37:49 PM »
Must we continue with this thread in any way ?
No relevance or interest!
The man had his biggest chance ever and failed for all sorts of reasons I won't be interested in him like I am with say Green, Robinson or even Weimann and Adomah he's a distant thought.

Let him be gone!

That quote made me laugh. No "Thanks and good luck Scott", just "Let him be gone"! I can think of a number of players who deserved that farewell message over the years. A few of our managers as well.

I said my goodbyes and thanks a while ago.
I actually think he really doesn't like Villa much and set up camp in the blue side literally because he so bitter he failed his chance at big time. The only thing that keeps him going is that he think we ll be annoyed seeing hin doing well for that mob lot. I think he's spurred on wanting to be relevant to us.
Ok I am a reasonable person and I'll say my last
Thanks Hogan bye now

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Re: Scott Hogan - retired
« Reply #2004 on: September 18, 2020, 10:22:13 PM »
Didn’t he have a pop at us the summer before he joined? Something about us not being a big club?

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Re: Scott Hogan - retired
« Reply #2005 on: September 19, 2020, 09:41:43 AM »
Was never good enough for us and he’s found his level again now.

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Re: Scott Hogan - retired
« Reply #2006 on: September 19, 2020, 09:48:17 AM »
Didn’t he have a pop at us the summer before he joined? Something about us not being a big club?

I doubt it.
I’m pretty sure that would have been picked up by someone when he signed

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Re: Scott Hogan - retired
« Reply #2007 on: September 19, 2020, 01:23:16 PM »
Didn’t he have a pop at us the summer before he joined? Something about us not being a big club?

I doubt it.
I’m pretty sure that would have been picked up by someone when he signed


This was it

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.mylondon.news/sport/football/football-news/newcastle-aston-villa-arent-big-11695460.amp

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Re: Scott Hogan - retired
« Reply #2008 on: September 19, 2020, 01:26:07 PM »
Awful signing. Had a decent month in Bruce's playoff season before Grabban replaced him. Other than that, woeful.

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Re: Scott Hogan - retired
« Reply #2009 on: September 19, 2020, 01:37:52 PM »
Legs too short for his body, he will fit in well.

 


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