Monday, 1 October 2012

Razak and Hulse

I am still getting over the emotionally draining Ryder Cup.  It really was brilliant and as good as anyone could have hoped for. Ian Poulter, the nearly man of the world stage, has managed to put himself centre-stage and what a reward for his personal display of defiance in the weight of overwhelming odds. Probably not enough to challenge for Sport Personality of the Year but what about the team award?

In the meantime, the Board have backed Chris Powell again in ensuring we do not suffer unduly for the loss of Yann Kermorgant and Johnnie Jackson by bringing in Abdul Razak and Rob Hulse on three month loans. Both are currently squad players at Man City and QPR respectively, so longer term deals should be available if either man can earn them. I can't really recall seeing Razak previously or he didn't catch my eye if I have, but Rob Hulse is a player I would love to have signed six or seven years ago. He has played by little football in the last year or so and at 32 is on the run-down in his career but maybe he still has something to prove and something to offer us even if it is only until Yann Kermorgant returns to action.

Bring on the Hornets.

2 comments:

Joseph said...

Sky pro cycling for team of the year, whether the BBC will have to the balls to give it to them though is another matter entirely.

Anonymous said...

dont think Razak will be available permenantly... I've read that he's highly rated by City