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Double deal delight for Horents

Watford have made their first moves into this summer`s transfer fest by snapping up Carlisle centre back, Tom Aldred AND Walsall keeper, Rene Gilmartin.

The Hornets trail to 6ft2 defender Aldred as been well documented but the signing of the 6ft5 Sadlers stopper in unexpected but good news none the less.

Watford have agreed compensation with Walsall for 23 year old Gilmartin and the former Republic of Ireland U21 international has put pen to paper on a 2 year deal.

Likewise, Aldred has signed on the dreaded dotted to commit to a 2 year stay in WD18 but whilst Watford have offered a package to Carlisle for their out of contract youngster, no deal has yet been struck…

…Here at VitalWatford, we get the sneaky feeling the Cumbrians will be taking the Vicarage Road negotiators at a tribunal any time soon.

Get those delaying tactics ready Malky!!!




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The Journalist

Writer: Dr Watford Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 1 2010

Time: 2:16PM

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decent start to squad improvement
Dirk Thrust
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01/07/2010 21:35:00

Looks relegation all the way.
Wswilly3
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01/07/2010 22:55:00

Negative vibes & comments already! people like you are not wanted here, this site is for fans, suggest you go fourth and join your buddies in the losers comments on the W. Observer
ANDY710
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02/07/2010 10:40:00

Wally Small Willy You seem to have nothing to say
Dirk Thrust
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03/07/2010 09:33:00

No plenty to say its just that you do not like the reality in that your squad is being gradually depleted and your manager is having to buy small. Result = relegation, simples.
Wswilly3
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04/07/2010 11:51:00

W S Wally The squad was dramatically depleted a year ago. It is now in the process of being strengthened. I hope the cutbacks will ease soon and allow your medication to be restored.
Dirk Thrust
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05/07/2010 08:41:00

Sorry mate - relegation fodder you lot
Wswilly3
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05/07/2010 14:28:00

Wow Wally-you really are a class act. Brilliant WUM and all round genius
Dirk Thrust
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08/07/2010 15:19:00

Ah well, it looks as though this site has died. R I P
Dirk Thrust
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12/07/2010 14:02:00

the guys just having fun trying to wind you all up ignore negative comments as arguing with these people makes this site as bad as the watford observer rise above it dirk most people who post on here are interested in reasonable debate wswilly obviously not
wrexham hornet
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12/07/2010 20:52:00

W H, I did actually guess that mate, Just trying to keep my post score up but the site seems so inactive that I may not bother anymore.
Dirk Thrust
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14/07/2010 09:53:00

 

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