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Fans respond to Ngakia for Watford

ClaretandHugh’s revelation that Jeremy Ngakia looks likely to be moving onto Watford brought a strong reaction from followers of the site’s Facebook forum.

Here is a random selection of views:


O That’s a poor choice but all the best to him

O Karma

O Time for a new agent

O  Promised so much, delivered so little. Maybe, wasn’t prepared to fight it out with all the other quality defenders we have?

O  A season of championship football will do him wonders and make him a better player. May look a weird choice to us but may suit him all the better.

O Wonder if he’s got the same agent as Quina? Another who has sunk without trace at Watford

O Bet he feels good about himself talk about shooting yourself in your foot


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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon

5 comments on “Fans respond to Ngakia for Watford

  1. Tapped up? Advised by an agent with motives? Watford has made some strange management decisions. He couldn’t have gone for Championship football as it was all undecided when he jumped. But its the old adage – get in players who want to play for us – he doesn’t.

  2. Well he is young but his agent has not advised him well . We live by our choices and that probably isn’t the wisest career decision . Anyway he is disloyal and why keep players that won’t fight for the team !

  3. That’s a huge Gap to try and jump back across . Silly boy .

  4. Reunited with Domigos Quinas in the Watford reserves……..

  5. Do I feel sorry for him?……. Not a chance.
    Characterwise and morally, it told me everything I needed to know about him as a footballer, and although he is not the first player to up and leave, he is the first player to do so having been given the chance to make his first-team debut and possibly establish himself as a first-team player……. In the Premiership. This I saw as a mark of Great Disrespect to the “Whole” club from top to bottom.
    He will now have his work cut out both in the Championship and with the managers who follow, and if his mind isn’t quite spot on, he could find his career stuttering in what is a tough division.
    Good riddance to him and I hope other young professionals up and down the country take note of his foolishness.

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