Discussion in 'The Transfer List' started by hornetboy1, Nov 30, 2019.
Tough travelling economy
What does that caption mean? Is he flying into the sun or something as part of some religious cult he's joined?
Defenders have probably forgotten the scoop by now, we could get another 6 months of joy out of him until they catch on again
Only in air travel is that sort of set up considered luxury. If your budget holiday hotel was like that you’d tell them to eff right off.
SSN saying Manchester United are considering signing him on loan.
Yes, just saw that. Slimani is another under consideration.
That’s amazing really, that a club like United can only attract this sort of player.
They are really going downhill as a club these days.
I obviously have a fondness for Iggy but not sure he’d be a solution for us, even in our position. Certainly would not want Slimani at Watford.
He's just happy to get out of the coronavirus zone I imagine
On the other hand, economy air travel is what American courts would deem cruel and unusual punishment.
All we need now is Barcelona to sign Matej Vydra and our work here is done.
That would be hilarious.
In all seriousness, I know he lost the plot with us, but I would rather see him on the bench than Gray.
Edit: in fact, thinking about it, we should send Gray out on loan to Leeds and loan in Iggy.
I'd rather see Peter Kay on the bench than Andre Gray
Depends which Iggy you're talking about.
In form Iggy was sensational.
Normal form Iggy was just as much of a passenger as Gray is. I suppose the argument can be made that Iggy is superior through virtue of the fact he actually CAN be in form and carry the team, but I don't think he'll ever recover the form he showed in his purple patch for us. He was playing at a level he'll never see again.
I think the most respectful thing we can do for Iggy is never make any attempt to bring him back in. I think most of us remember him fondly despite his limitations, and it would be a shame to tarnish that by bringing him back for an inevitably disappointing 2nd stint with the 'orns. There's no doubt in my mind that he was the main reason why we stayed up in our first season back in the Prem.
The worst version of Ighalo is on a different level to the best version of Andre Gray.
I have to agree with Arakel on this one, the worst version of Ighalo was just as useless as the typical Andre Gray, he got so immobile that he would never even touch the ball, at least Gray still gets involved even if he does then give the ball away 80% of the time.
I'd rather see a bench on the bench than Andre Gray
When I first got married I had two benches either side of a table £50 in solid pine from MFI
I didn't know that it was possible to marry furniture.
Someone married a lettuce once I believe!
I bet the ceremony was very romaintic.
Of cos it was
Perfectly acceptable - often sold with a pre pack divorce
I bet it's still couched in legalese.