Thursday, 28 January 2016

Goodbye, Tony Watt

It looks as if Tony Watt is heading out on loan as a sale has not been possible: Watt? Watt?

Goodbye, and thanks for all you tried to do.

His departure is a bit at odds with what José Riga was saying last week, but then he's not in charge: Watt fully committed

It appears that Watt may be going to Blackburn Rovers who may have been impressed by him last Saturday.

7 comments:

Malcolm said...

If true, this just sums up the present owners perfectly, more interested in money than what league we end up in, all to keep within budget, whats he going to do when were in Div 1 next season with another 7million short fall on top?. I am committed now, I am a season ticket holder, but i am now committed to not setting foot in the ground again until this destroyer of our club has gone, its my personal decision, as a customer, to refuse bad service.

Daniel E said...

Or perhaps Riga felt Watt was not committed?

cliff baugh said...

Tony Watt did seem committed on Saturday and did make an impact, showing determination and flair.....he went to Cardiff and did the same, so why on loan ?
Surely we need all the experience we can over the coming months !!!!

WattO said...

Yet more frustrating, infuriating & baffling decisions. The Club can ill afford to lose players albeit inconsistent underachievers like Watt.

howard lambie said...

I'm in the same position as Malcolm. At the moment we are not operating as a football club. 5 managers, selling our best players, replacing them with players who are passed it, no football scouting system, inexperienced CEO, young players being thrown in before they are ready, ticket office closed two days a week, part leased out as a call centre for the NHS. All these things to save money, but they are not building a team. Now we hear of plans to build flats at the Jimmy Seed end. I shall also not be renewing my season ticket after being a supporter for 60 years.

Stuart Taylor said...

Tony watt is our best player so why is he going? Am gutted he's the kind of flair player we need what are the club doing to us?at least i got his shirt after the game on Saturday. This club is becoming a joke now the sooner the Belgians go the better I've been going for 45 years now they are taking the P out of us all.I'm sick of being there now. Never thought I'd ever say that about my team

David Todman said...

52 years as a supporter and now watching the asset stripping destruction of our club.
I wonder how Murray can be party to this debacle?... The Watt situation is unfathomable,why loan him to a fellow struggler?..we sadly actually deserve to be relegated.