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Loach back in Watford action

Loach back in Watford action

Watford`s rookie keeper Scott Loach makes his eagerly awaited comeback from a horrific injury sustained at Sheffield United, in today`s reserve team clash with QPR.

The 20 year old, ex Bradford City and Lincoln trainee keeper ripped his abdominal muscles off his hip(ooch!) 8 weeks ago but will reclaim his place for the stiffs to pile pressure on out of form 1st teamer Richard Lee.

Loach, who has missed 10 games since his Bramall Lane battering, looked certain to be the Hornets no 1 this season and has already caught the eye of Premier League giants Liverpool with some impressive showings.

Sean Dyche`s stiffs also feature the youthful front 3 of Liam Henderson, Theo Robinson and Lewis Young whilst Al Bangura and Lionel Ainsworth provide further first team experience.

The Not so Super Hoops are expected to line up with Italian hot shot Emmanuel Ledesma up front and former Blackpool rock Kaspars Gorkss at centre back.



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Writer:Dr Watford
Date:Tuesday November 18 2008
Time: 2:34PM

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Enough said! if Loach is half fit, he is still better than Lee and besides, the defence like working with Loach!
ANDY710
18/11/2008 17:04:00
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Reserves won 3-2 against the not so Super Hoops - Theo, Parkes and Hendo on the scoresheet...a good omen for Saturday?
DrWatford
18/11/2008 19:32:00
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