Top photo: Troy Deeney was one of the few bright sparks for Watford on an emotional afternoon at Vicarage Road. (Photo: Getty) From The Golden Armchair WATFORD 0, MIDDLESBROUGH 0 By Omar Moore Watford Watch January 14, 2017 Watford missed a golden opportunity to ease their fears and arrest a poor run of form with a goalless draw against Middlesbrough this afternoon at Vicarage Road. … Continue reading On an emotional day Watford fail to play the Graham Taylor way
By Omar Moore Watford Watch January 12, 2017 What words are there to write? What words are there to say? When you are in mourning? When you feel as though you knew well one of the people you met just once? And that person you felt you knew has passed? And you just can’t believe it? These are the questions that swirled furiously in my … Continue reading Graham Taylor.
FROM THE GOLDEN ARMCHAIR Premier League: Stoke 2, Watford 0 By Omar Moore Watford Watch So far 2017 has been the enemy of Watford Football Club – tellingly tonight after a 2-0 loss at Stoke in the Premier League. Despite a much-improved performance Watford’s undoing was two defensive lapses either side of halftime that proved decisive. Still, embattled Hornets head coach Walter Mazzarri will have … Continue reading Watford come undone at Stoke despite a far better showing
Watford FC must display a consistent 100% effort and positive mentality – no matter which Premier League team they play FROM THE GOLDEN ARMCHAIR By Omar Moore California January 3, 2017 (Reuters photo above: Former Spurs men Heurelho Gomes and Younes Kaboul watch as Dele Alli scores for Tottenham during the New Year’s Day Massacre at Vicarage Road.) “All is quiet,” Bono once belted out … Continue reading Simply put: Obviously Watford must play far better than this