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Oshodi to exit with Walker?

Fringe duo Eddie Oshodi and Josh Walker look set to leave Watford imminently.

As VitalWatford reported yesterday, midfield man, Josh Walker is set to return to local League One outfit Stevenage on-loan for six months, the Watford Observer confirms.

Meanwhile, England Youth cap, Eddie Oshodi, has intimated via Twitter that he will be leaving the club on a permanent basis today.

Oshodi said via his Twitter feed:

"Wow, a bit nervous about this big change in my life. It's for the best though, just want to wish everyone good luck and all the best."

Oshodi later added: "Huge change, sort of a fresh start" and "on route now, lets see what happens."

Nineteen year-old Oshodi made just two appearances for the club, one as a sub in the league cup and one in the league as a substitute in a 3-2 defeat by Coventry in 2009.

Good luck Eddie!




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The Journalist

Writer: Tom Bodell Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 30 2011

Time: 1:46PM

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Another never given a chance... Maybe an exit is best for him... Good luck...
watford1881
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30/08/2011 14:29:00

Another never given a chance... Maybe an exit is best for him... Good luck...
watford1881
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30/08/2011 14:29:00

Agreed. Interested to see where EO will go.
wfc123
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30/08/2011 15:41:00

Agreed. Interested to see where EO will go.
wfc123
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30/08/2011 15:41:00

They have a chance to prove themselves on a daily basis, if they can't cut it in training, what chance have they got in getting in the first team? Get rid of the dead wood and move on..
ANDY710
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30/08/2011 18:11:00

They have a chance to prove themselves on a daily basis, if they can't cut it in training, what chance have they got in getting in the first team? Get rid of the dead wood and move on..
ANDY710
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30/08/2011 18:11:00

That is true. Certainly agree about getting rid of the dead wood.
wfc123
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30/08/2011 18:14:00

That is true. Certainly agree about getting rid of the dead wood.
wfc123
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30/08/2011 18:14:00

 

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