Discussion in 'The Team Bus' started by UpUpAndAway, Oct 2, 2016.
GT said that McGrath played, & played well, while drunk at Villa.
Give Isaac time and practice!
Just been reading on the Valladolid forum that they think they might be getting Isaac Success on loan.
Has this guy ever been fully fit since we signed him, hardly if ever me thinks
Would love to see a fully fit, confident Isaac Success because I think he could be a monster of a player. Unfortunately being a top level player is about having your head screwed on and I'm not sure he's ever going to make it here. A loan could do him good though and the next coach may be able to get something out of him.
Sounds like he might in contention to make the bench at least for this afternoon's game.
A return to training, no more it would seem. Someone seems to have suggested that a bit of running around might aid his career.
He needs to stand up and be counted.
Should we read anything in to Isaac's "happy Sunday" comment??!!
Yes he has a few hooker’s lined up later.
Baileys 2 for £18 in Bargain Booze.
Sounds like he thinks he might get a fresh chance under the new boss
Well Silva didn't like him and Wally used him sparingly. Maybe he should look at his own professionalism first before blindly hoping that another gaffer sees what a genius he is.
And a few lines with a hooker too
How bad must he be that two separate coaches prefer Jerome Sinclair?
is he fit now then?
He was either on the bench as there was nobody else fit and he's nearly fit enough. Or he's back to fitness and Sinclair is considered a better option than him.....
Either way it sounds like he's off to Malaga on loan. If he can't stand out in the bottom side in La Liga then he'll need to seriously impress in pre-season to get in the squad, especially as he won't count as an under 21 player next season.
isn't that where Gracia used to manage - maybe put in a word to them to loan him!
He's a write off. Gino will farm him out for loan fees for the remainder of his contract.
He's been rightly derided for what he's got up to in recent times, but we have seen big flashes of real quality from him.
I'm glad he's not going out on loan (apparently). Could possibly be our saviour this season to the surprise of many people....
Perhaps it’s a case of having the ability but not the aptitude to be a professional sportsman.
Loan back on...apparently
Flashes of excitement more than quality. He's exciting because he's fast, powerful and direct. Has a footballing brain the size of a pea though, he was the same at Granada. Having said that, every time I see him warming up I will continue to convince myself that this could be the turning point and his Watford career is about to take off, right up until the point he leaves.
Oh dear - not made a good impression at his new club!
I thought the leg injury happened due the Baileysgate incident.
The Deeney Fitness Program strikes again.
I cannot fathom how many times this chap makes awful decisions.
What a waste.
Couldn't cope with the pressure of his name. Had he been named Issac Failure I'm sure he'd be a megastar by now.
Interesting to see Success putting himself up for interview on SSN. Admits his behaviour let down a lot of people last season and apologises directly to the Watford fans and the owners. Says he wants to prove doubters wrong. The interview looks like it was filmed around a personal training session he was taking part in.
The twin drunkards of Success and Peneranda are going to rip it up next season either side of ringleader Deeney.
Stocky, got pace, can dribble, certainly knew where the goal was at Granada, looked to have it all... except for a hole where his brain should be
Lets see if he really has tuned over a new leaf...
I forgive him. He's wonderful.
Trebles all round!
He has potential, and his impact at Granada was somewhat comparable to how Richardson performed when he arrived here. If he keeps his head down, trains hard, he has all the makings of a valuable asset, apologising and stating his determination to prove he isn't a write off is a great first step, I'd love to see him here in a pacey orientated team