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Prisk-out, not in

Another one bites the dust. After Will Hoskins and Moses Ashikodi both left Vicarage Road on-loan last month, Tamas Priskin leaves too. Hooray!

The ever-so-slightly hapless six foot Hungarian has hopped on a train (with a one-way ticket) and headed North to Deepdale.

The young forward, with just one league goal this season, has been begging to leave WD18 on loan and has finally got his wish. Having rejected both Southend and Crewe, Priskin revealed he wanted to join a Championship side.

Aidy Boothroyd is a firm believer in Priskin's talents, but worryingly, the four strikers at the club have just four goals between them, not including top scorer, Darius Henderson.



riskin will remain on-loan at Deepdale for an initial one-month period during which Watford cannot re-call him. After that, there is the option to extend the deal until the end of the season.

Good luck Tamas.




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Date:Saturday March 8 2008

Time: 2:53PM

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well taht's not pleasent news is it he is a bit of a wanderer then and gets lost easily never mind you don't need him
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