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Bad, bad week for Bouazza

How does that saying go? What goes around, comes around … or something along those lines…

It been a bad, bad few days for former Watford winger Hameur Bouazza

Not only has he been ditched from Algeria`s World Cup squad despite being a shoe-in to head to South Africa AND now he has been dumped on the footballing scraphead by Blackpool.

Yes, that`s right - the winger who dubbed himself too big to stay at Watford and left the Vic under a rather arrogant cloud a few seasons back can`t seem to put a boot right at the moment.

He is a high profile casualty of Algeria`s policy of taking a few 'surprise` players to South Africa and now is the headliner on the list of players released by Blackpool after promotion to the Premier League.

Speaking on his exclusion from the Algeria squad, Bouazza said "I feel like I have been hit with a baseball bat".

Here at VitalWatford, we'd like to applaud that 'baseball bat' on selecting such a worthy target!




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Writer: Dr Watford Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 26 2010

Time: 2:13PM

Your Comments

Come back!
We Are Watford
Do we really want Bou back We are Watford??? Let's not forget he walked out under a bit of a cloud when everything pointed for him to be a big success.
DrWatford
The blokes a to55er. Yet another big time charlie who thinks he's better off away from the Vic and then falls on his arsea'la King and to a lesser extent Heidar and Williamson
goatswilly
I like Hameur, have repaired a few of his cars, met him and the team in Liverpool, told him i came up to get the money for a part he needed, poor lad belived me, Damn, he still owes me money... come back.
ANDY710
I see there are some new members,, good to see..
ANDY710
He left under a cloud, but he's a thoroughly decent player and with a lack of wide options in our squad, I'd definitely have the boy back.
wfc123
If he accepts our wage structure,then OK.
Dirk Thrust
 

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