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McAnuff 'Expects a Roasting'

Jobi McAnuff is the latest member of the Ex-Hornet brigade to have his say before this weekends clash with Reading.

The former Palace, West Ham and Wimbledon winger told the Reading Chronicle: 'It would be nice to get a good reception from Watford fans but it doesn't seem to happen to me much these days.'

It's one of things you have to get to grips with. I've had a bit of stick off Crystal Palace fans the few times I've played against them but you just have to use it to spur you on.'

'When you are getting a bit of stick as a player it definitely gets you going and raises your game. So if I am involved on Saturday and I get a bit hopefully I will use it in a positive way.'


Now personally, though I far from ever, ever, ever, rated McAnuff in a Watford shirt, and was in fact very pleased to ever get 500k for a player with less than a years contract, will probably neither boo nor clap him come Saturday.

He probably doesn't deserve a clap, unlike Grzegorz Rasiak, but he didn't leave in acrimonious circumstances, so I'll politely ignore him, as if he wasn't there. Which at 3pm on most Saturday's he wasn't!




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Writer: wfc123 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 24 2009

Time: 10:40AM

Your Comments

The nearest you will come to a roasting is when you are with your hookers in the hotel, i will not waste my breath on you, like on so many times when you put the wfc top on, you did not come close to putting a sweat on. Jobi don't flatter yourself, Asshole.
ANDY710
I'll give him a clap... He did stick by us for longer than some other people. (i.e Rogers) Jobi didn't do that much for us but he did try his heart out... Which is more than could be said about some others.... I think it's a great time to play Reading.. They'll not doing too well at moment... Bring on the three points... I hope HH plays...
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