Last term, Snachez Watt showed more than promise, whenever he was used, which, puzzlingly, wasn't that often, he had an immediate impact. I'm guessing that team politics came into play - like senior, regular players feeling resentful about losing their places to juniour loan players. Last term, SG was criticised for being bullied by his senior players. He was a young manager who, understandably, wanted to keep harmony in his squad (a la Beckford). It back-fired in the second half of last season and we may never know why unless books are published about it years from now. However, SG must have learned from the experience. This term, SG is in charge. He is building a team that works for him and all positions are up for grabs. So, this term, don't expect Sanchez Watt to be a mere stand-in for Snoddy. Watt is a real talent and, if we manage to bounce back to the EPL this term, expect to see Sanchez as a serious money signing.