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Mr Integritity on the dole

Mr Integritity on the dole

Every cloud has a silver lining they say, and that cloud that is Watford's potential administration has the largest of them all.

Just six months into his dream job down at the Mad Stad, former Orn Brendan Rodgers has 'mutually' agreed to leave his position as manager of Reading Football Club.

The dislikeable Northern Irishman has overseen just five wins with the Royals and at 200k each [a fifth of the £1m he cost Reading], he's hardly been good value.

Still the football was 'entertaining'!

So the Rodgers-hating is now over, unless of course he rolls up at L*t*n Town any time soon; in which case we may have to support his crusade to ruin the club!

Meanwhile, Jim Magilton has been given the heave-ho by QPR following his assult on Akos Buszaky and the general shenanigans surrounding his tenure at Loftus Road.



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Writer:wfc123
Date:Thursday December 17 2009
Time: 1:20AM

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In a way it's a shame because WFC would have got another £500K if he had done well for them. I think we only got £500K to begin with and the rest on how they done. On a personal note, i hope his next job is Sunday League, complete and utter To%%er
ANDY710
17/12/2009 09:39:00
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On sad days like today it's great to know some things can brighten up your day very quickly. I hope you take a good look at yourself and realise the way you have acted in the last year has cocked up any chance of you getting another job anytime soon. Good riddance!!
goatswilly
17/12/2009 11:25:00
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This is exactly what you get for walking out on what was a perfectly good job with the 'Orns.
wfc123
17/12/2009 19:25:00
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on £400k a year I imagine he got a good pay-off!
merlin
17/12/2009 20:19:00
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HA HA HA..... Muppet...
watford1881
25/12/2009 15:41:00
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