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)

A Taylor-made Sunday with a Cherry on top for Watford

Premier LeagueBOURNEMOUTH 0, WATFORD 3By Omar MooreWatford WatchJanuary 13, 2020 On the third anniversary of legendary Hornets manager Graham Taylor’s passing Watford honoured their late legendary manager with a dominant 3-0 win at fellow strugglers Bournemouth to lift themselves out of the bottom three of the Premier League for the first time this season. Watford barely shaded a scrappy first half and weren’t totally flowing … Continue reading A Taylor-made Sunday with a Cherry on top for Watford

Pearson’s Performers A Cut Above To Start 2020

Premier LeagueWATFORD 2, WOLVES 1By Omar MooreWatford WatchJanuary 1, 2020 Watford began the New Year with the winning spirit as they defeated their short-term rivals Wolves 2-1 at Vicarage Road to start 2020 where they left off in 2019. New head coach Nigel Pearson called on his Watford charges to bring total commitment, team effort and work ethic before this game, and that’s exactly what … Continue reading Pearson’s Performers A Cut Above To Start 2020

In 30 Watford minutes: Javi out, Quique back in

ReflectionsBy Omar MooreWatford WatchSeptember 7, 2019 “Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!” Well, five days after I marveled at Javi Gracia’s Houdini act after no wins in four “on paper” winnable Premier League games this season (and no wins since mid-April) kept him in the hot seat at Vicarage Road, it turned out a week-long calm before the storm … Continue reading In 30 Watford minutes: Javi out, Quique back in

Javi Gracia’s nine Watford lives?

ObservationsBy Omar MooreWatford WatchSeptember 2, 2019 It is scary that half of September will already have passed before Watford return to action. Time travels quickly, whether or not you are having fun. And the quickness of time is doubled for football clubs perched at the bottom of the Premier League table, even in this early stage of the new season. The international break may have … Continue reading Javi Gracia’s nine Watford lives?

Watford fail to finish off Newcastle after getting a very early lead

Premier LeagueNEWCASTLE 1, WATFORD 1By Omar MooreWatford WatchAugust 31, 2019 Watford missed a golden opportunity to get their first win of the new Premier League season after a flying start against Newcastle at St. James’s Park. Will Hughes, outstanding today but oddly substituted by head coach-on-the-hot-seat Javi Gracia, scored after just 78 seconds to put the Hornets in front for the first time in the … Continue reading Watford fail to finish off Newcastle after getting a very early lead

Hornets Hammered by Irons Again at The Vic

Premier LeagueWATFORD 1, WEST HAM 3By Omar MooreWatford WatchAugust 25, 2019 West Ham put Watford to the sword yesterday at Vicarage Road for the second time in three months with a comfortable 3-1 win, a result borne of opportunism from the visitors and a lack of finishing touch from the Hornets. A first-minute penalty for West Ham got Watford off balance but a stellar response … Continue reading Hornets Hammered by Irons Again at The Vic

Better, faster but still at a loss at Everton

Premier LeagueBy Omar MooreWatford WatchAugust 17, 2019 The panic button hasn’t quite been pushed yet but the palms of many at Vicarage Road have gone sweaty after Watford’s second straight defeat as they opened the away portion of the new Premier League season with a 1-0 loss to Everton at Goodison Park. The Hornets still haven’t ever won at the Toffees. More worryingly, even at … Continue reading Better, faster but still at a loss at Everton

Watford return to The Vic today to open what will be an exciting 2019-20 Premier League season

Welcome Back!By Omar MooreWatford WatchAugust 10, 2019 In a matter of hours Watford Football Club will kick off a new season of optimism, excitement and expectation at Vicarage Road against the same team they opened last season against at The Vic: Brighton. After the highs and the final low of last term Watford are looking to finish in the top ten and push for the … Continue reading Watford return to The Vic today to open what will be an exciting 2019-20 Premier League season