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Hornets Youth To Secure Deal?

Hornets Youth To Secure Deal?

Listening to the Football Manager 2009 podcast, a hint was dropped by Watford-fan, and Football Manager pioneer, Miles Jacobson, that Watford's Academy could soon be sponsored by SI Games.

SI Games, who make the hugely popular football manager series are apparently in talks with Watford about sponsoring the very side that produced Ashley Young, Hameur Bouazza, Lee Cook, and er...Dom Blizzard.

Talks seem to be going well with Hornet Jacobson confirming a deal should be signed in the 'next couple of weeks'.

The Academy sides are currently sponsored by fuel giants, Total.



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Writer:wfc123
Date:Wednesday October 15 2008
Time: 3:30PM

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