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Watford 0 - Barnsley 3

Vicarage Road

09.04.08 @19:45

Attendance: 16 129

Wat a lot of RUBBISH

What's the bloody point? Nothing is going to change last night's pathetic display.

Credit Barnsley, and they're travelling fans, just reward for a performance far superior
to our our own. Also, huge credit to Kayode Odejayi, after a poor season and his
Wembley horror miss, he doubled his tally with two goals.

For those who are interested the first was made down the right, a low cross missing out
the entire backline, Odejayi tapping in from a yard. Seconds after half-time, Stephen
Foster then headed home before Odejayi wrapped things up with a good run and powerful
finish.

Barnsley
Steele; Foster, Souza, Nyatanga, Van Homoet; Campbell-Ryce (Togwell 90), Hassell, Leon, Kozluk;
Odejayi (Ferenczi 86) and Macken (Coulson 90).

Referee: Mr P Armstrong

Player Ratings


Lee

Keep

Doyley

Go

Shittu (c)

Keep

Bromby

Keep

Sadler

Keep

McAnuff

Go

Williamson

Go

O'Toole

Keep

Stewart

Go

Ellington

Go

Henderson

Keep

DeMerit

Keep

Kabba

Go

Priskin

Go

Mr Adrian Boothroyd

'If you can't score from three yards or defend set-pieces you don't deserve to win.

'I'm very disappointed and I would like a few answers from my players tomorrow.

'We win and lose together. We are one of the favourites and when teams come here we have to try and break them down, but we just didn't do it.'

Simon Davey

'We always believe in him.

'Strikers live and die by their goal ratio and Kay's has not been good. He knows that but he works very hard.

'To bounce back from Sunday like that is incredible.'


Interview Sources: BBC Sport




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Date:Thursday April 10 2008

Time: 8:18AM

Your Comments

Apologies for the strange layout folks, some invalid has decided to remove MS Word from my laptop so for the time being, I'm putting my 'skills' with Notepad to the test. Evidently not very skillful!
wfc123
really needed a barnsley loss last night.... b stards
mansfieldowl
No Howard. No Devaney. No Nardiello. No Ferenzc but the Tykes played us off the park...I'd be amazed if they go down now. Watford were plain awful all night mind.
DrWatford
Well big surprise, wasn't expecting to get relegated tonight, shame on you Watford!!!! lol
StevieG Col U
Thanks for nothing you useless lot, why can't you beat the dingles like everybody else can?
will it ever happen
 

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