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Lloydy to leave?!

Lloydy to leave?!
Waves of panick are rippling through Watford today as Lawrie Sanchez continues to purchase every unwanted defender in the country.

Despite not being content with having signed Baird, Hughes, Konchesky and Stefanovic, Sancheznow allegedly wants to add Watford's Lloyd Doyley to his squad!

The former Northern Ireland supremo is allegdedly keen on adding the former Acadmey trainee to his defensive ranks.

Doyley has enjoyed a good start to this current campaign despite enduring torried afternoons against Blackpool and Leicester City. In his Watford career Doyley has made 129 league starts since his debut in 2001.

Somehow I doubt that Fulham want to add Doyley to their over-sized backline, but if they are prepared to pay over the odds, again, they are welcome to enjoy Doyley's sublimely poor distribution...

...If you can't believe this story, check: Tribal Football

Writer:wfc123
Date:Tuesday October 2 2007
Time: 2:35PM

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Sublimely poor distribution? Come on Mr Bodell - Doyley has worked hard on his passing and can now put a great ball into the opponents box when overlapping!!!! Credit where credit is due huh?
DrWatford
03/10/2007 09:27:00
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Erm. I still think it is 'sublimely poor'. More often than not he slices the ball into the East Stand.
wfc123
03/10/2007 12:59:00
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Lloyd put a great ball into the box for Johnson's header today at Scunny. He is a great defender, but lacks a little class on the ball
wfcben
06/10/2007 22:14:00
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Sublimely poor distribution? Come on Mr Bodell - Doyley has worked hard on his passing and can now put a great ball into the opponents box when overlapping!!!! Credit where credit is due huh?
chelsey
01/07/2008 19:23:00
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