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Lifes a walk in the Park for Jordan

Lifes a walk in the Park for Jordan

You would be forgiven for thinking with that headline I meant the overly lethargic Jordan Stewart. But no, I'm actually talking about our other full back named Jordan, the lesser renowned Parkes.

Personally, I'd like to see young Master Parkes slammed in the team this Sunday against Stoke. He can't do any worse than Stewart. And when I've seen him play he's done well.

Evidently Aidy has been impressed too because he has rewarded the Harrow-Born Horn with a new 3 year deal. Parkes only signed his first pro' contract in February, but has done enough since then in the ressies to earn an extended stay with his local club.

Parkes made his Watford debut in 2006 against, Accrington Stanley. Hardly the world's biggest team, but since then has had international honours with England's U19's too.

The boy obviously has a 'rosey' future in the game!

Writer:wfc123
Date:Thursday December 6 2007
Time: 8:15PM

Comments

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So is Stewart peforming really bad of late....he had a cracking 30 yard free-kick hit the post on Wednesday...
StevieG Col U
06/12/2007 20:43:00
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Thats the second free kick he's got on target ever. The other went in, granted, by via a deflection. He is the most worrying player to watch imaginable.
wfc123
07/12/2007 08:56:00
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Wat....Dosen't put the effort in?...Or is just a poor player..
StevieG Col U
07/12/2007 19:08:00
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