Watts Must Return To Baldie Ways.

Last updated : 24 January 2011 By Neil Hobbs


 Remember how gleeful we were when Adam Watts made his loan from Premier League Fulham permanent?  Then how sad we were when he broke his leg against Grimsby Town of all opponents? Smooth as a babies bum Watts and his shiny Sincil dome would be gone for some time.


Yes even those who dared to suggest he was ginger  missed him. Then the return -  hey presto -  a makeover that saw Sincil's honey blonde centre half, a red head at the Imps with a fire in his belly to match. Then alas the psychological fall out from that horrific break appeared to dampen his desire in some eyes, when  he finally returned to action after a long lay off. Then, just as he starts showing the future captain’s form he gets injured again!


So What’s Vexing Vic?

Lincoln City Mad can today reveal Vic Erzantarz theory,  thanks to a brainstorming session on the ale with Goldilocks and the three bears – Hair.    Watts is suffering from Inverse Samson & Delilah Syndrome. Yes the hair appears to have been the problem all along -  as opposed to just a poor back four and a midfield that is more likely to go missing than an Accountant running a Ponzi scheme.


So come on Adam, throw away the hair dye mate and get down the barbers. Not a hairdresser’s mind, but a proper mans place complete with a cut throat razor. Then have a number zero to become an instant hero. Then maybe splash it all over with some Brut 33.


Forget the snood if you need to stay warm get down the club shop and buy a bobble hat then go to the Indoor Market and get 20kg of raw meet.  Cooked chickens and pasta indeed.!

Seriously Adam great to have you back

Full name          Adam Watts

Date of birth     March 4, 1988 (1988-03-04) (age 22)

Place of birth    Hackney, London, England

Height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)

Weight 12st 8lb

Playing position Defender

Squad Number     4



Aps 24 (L2 20 FAC 2 LC 1 JPT 1)

Goals 1

Mins on Pitch 2130

Yellows 2

Fouls 19

Fouled 26

Shots 6 (on 0)


Historic Data  

Youth career    Fulham

Historic Data

2006–2010      Fulham             0          (0)

2007  Milton Keynes Dons (loan) 2          (0)

2009   Northampton Town (loan)   5          (0)

2009   Lincoln City (loan)   10        (0)

2010– Lincoln City      24        (1)