Ninety-five minutes of fearlessness and bravery stand between Watford and a place in the Premier League next season

Observations By Omar Moore Watford WatchJuly 25, 2020 So it has come to this. And it goes without writing: Watford know what is required at Arsenal tomorrow: a robust, winning performance that keeps them in the Premier League. For the first time since late January Watford find themselves in the drop zone. With only one game left. Tomorrow will be a playoff game for the … Continue reading Ninety-five minutes of fearlessness and bravery stand between Watford and a place in the Premier League next season

He Gone! Pearson Shown The Exit At The Vic

ObservationsBy Omar MooreWatford WatchJuly 20, 2020 What sweet and utter madness is this? Nigel Pearson, pack your bags??? You what??? The exact official Watford statement, eight hours after a trillion news organizations reported the news of Pearson’s abrupt departure from Watford Football Club as its head coach was essentially thirteen words: “Watford FC confirms that Nigel Pearson has left the club with immediate effect.” There … Continue reading He Gone! Pearson Shown The Exit At The Vic

Deeney’s Double Makes Magpies Pay Penalty

Premier LeagueWATFORD 2, NEWCASTLE 1 By Omar MooreWatford WatchJuly 14, 2020 Troy Deeney’s two clutch penalty kicks overcame Newcastle at Vicarage Road on Saturday, bringing Watford within touching distance of safety in the Premier League. An important Watford win gave the Hornets much-needed breathing room, a six-point cushion above third-bottom Bournemouth (who would themselves come from behind at home to beat Leicester and reduce the deficit … Continue reading Deeney’s Double Makes Magpies Pay Penalty

The run in: bottom five teams in the Premier League and their final five games

ObservationsBy Omar MooreWatford WatchJuly 10, 2020 Watford capitalized in the first of their final five games of the 2019-20 Premier League season by beating bottom club Norwich City 2-1 on Tuesday, meaning that if Norwich lose one more game or Watford get one more point in their remaining four games, Norwich will be relegated to the Championship. The other three teams in the bottom five … Continue reading The run in: bottom five teams in the Premier League and their final five games

Watford get the winning Wel-back

Premier League WATFORD 2, NORWICH 1 By Omar MooreWatford WatchJuly 7, 2020 Danny Welbeck’s phenomenal acrobatic wonder strike in the 55th minute deservedly decided a lively encounter in favour of Watford in a tense match against bottom club Norwich at a rainy Vicarage Road. The win eased Watford’s relegation fears, giving them a four-point cushion ahead of 18th-placed Aston Villa, who host Manchester United on Thursday. … Continue reading Watford get the winning Wel-back

A Clash To Consider: Will We Stay Or Will We Go?

ObservationsBy Omar MooreWatford WatchJuly 5, 2020 When The Clash released their song “Should I Stay Or Should I Go” Watford Football Club were in the midst of the marvelous Graham Taylor-Elton John surge from Fourth Division to First Division football in England. Within the space of five seasons Watford reached the summit with promotion to the First Division in 1982, in the same month The … Continue reading A Clash To Consider: Will We Stay Or Will We Go?

Blue Wall At The Bridge For Watford

Premier LeagueCHELSEA 3, WATFORD 0 By Omar MooreWatford WatchJuly 4, 2020 A harder-working, more committed Watford slumped to a third consecutive defeat in their disappointing “Project Restart” at Stamford Bridge against a Chelsea side eager to shake off an unexpected loss at West Ham in midweek. Watford gave the home side a couple of nervy moments but Chelsea’s possession football caught out a disciplined Watford … Continue reading Blue Wall At The Bridge For Watford

Forget Chelsea–Watford’s season comes down to NOR(wich) By NEW(castle) WEST(Ham)

Observations By Omar MooreWatford WatchJuly 4, 2020 Anything at Chelsea tonight will be gravy for a Watford side still looking for their first Premier League win since the sensational thumping of now-champions Liverpool at the end of February. After a COVID-19 affected three-month break and two poor performances the Hornets will be guaranteed to acquit themselves a lot better at Stamford Bridge. West London has … Continue reading Forget Chelsea–Watford’s season comes down to NOR(wich) By NEW(castle) WEST(Ham)