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Four More Udinese Players Join On Loan

Four More Udinese Players Join On Loan

Watford this evening have annoucned another four players have joined the club from fellow Pozzo owned Italian outfit Udinese.

Vital Watford broke the news a few days ago that Sergio Piccoli Neuton and Fernando Forestieri were set to join Watford and tonight the club have confirmed that they are two of the players involved in this deal.

Alongside Neuton and Forestieri Watford have also brought in Joel Ekstrand and Jean-Alain Fanchone also from Udinese.

It will be an interesting couple of hours to see who else Watford bring in from other Pozzo owned clubs as loans from foreign clubs count as transfers and therefore must be completed by the time the transfer window shuts.



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Writer:chrisgwfc
Date:Friday August 31 2012
Time: 7:51PM

Comments

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I know people will question our identity and people will look at it in a negative way, but you can not question the commitment of the owners to deliver and as long as the players are better than the ones we have, then bring it on!
ANDY710
31/08/2012 21:11:00
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Yes, but I can't help but wonder - do we need this many? How will we keep them all happy? Will anyone ever leave? Will we just end up with a handful of our own and 20+ loanees? How the hell will they gel? How long will it take Zola to work out his best XI?!?!?!?!?!
SAFC123
01/09/2012 01:29:00
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surely its a better problem than in previous years when we were strugling to put out 11 championship quality players! now lets enjoy the passing football under a manager who led west ham to a top half finish in his 1st season in the premiership
watfordbub
01/09/2012 05:45:00
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