Predicting Watford’s Final Premier League Roster

With fewer than three weeks remaining until the Hornets kick off the season against Aston Villa and a bit over one month until the summer transfer window closes, the hierarchy at Vicarage Road know they need to start thinking about finalizing a 25-man roster. The criteria for a squad list is that under-21 players doContinue reading “Predicting Watford’s Final Premier League Roster”

Explaining Both Sides of Watford’s Potential Cryptocurrency Gamble

Watford’s recent announcement of their 2021/22 home kit coincided with the revealing of their new shirt sponsor. Resting across much of the front of the kit is a logo reading “Stake.com,” a Curacao-based online cryptocurrency casino. The crypto casino and Watford have struck a multi-year partnership agreement which has the potential to explode into theContinue reading “Explaining Both Sides of Watford’s Potential Cryptocurrency Gamble”

Statistically Analyzing the Immense Impact Cucho Hernandez May Have at Watford

Last summer, Watford sold Luis Javier Suarez and Pervis Estupinan for a combined sum of over £20 million. Both players came to Europe via a Pozzo-owned club, found their way to Watford, but did not play any competitive minutes for the Club. The Hornets were able to make a tremendous profit on the two South AmericansContinue reading “Statistically Analyzing the Immense Impact Cucho Hernandez May Have at Watford”

Watford May Have Found Their Next Scoring King

After countless transfer rumours arose surrounding potential strikers arriving at Vicarage Road ahead of Watford’s return to the Premier League, the Hornets finally seem to have their desired central-forward force. Emmanuel Dennis was brought in as a speedy attacker able to compete for minutes both centrally and out wide. Cucho Hernandez looks likely to finallyContinue reading “Watford May Have Found Their Next Scoring King”

Thoroughly Examining Each of Watford’s First Nine Signings of the Summer

When Watford achieved promotion in 2015, the summer transfer window saw them bring in upwards of 15 players to bolster the Club’s prospects of safety. The clear-out-and-replace approach is often risky, with a recent example of the method backfiring being provided by 2018/19 Fulham, who spent in the region of £100 million on new players justContinue reading “Thoroughly Examining Each of Watford’s First Nine Signings of the Summer”

The Quina Conundrum 2.0

Watford players not currently on international duty have begun preseason training. This includes players returning from loans. Domingos Quina will now get the chance to impress Xisco Munoz after the 21-year-old’s loan to Granada meant the Spanish head coach never got to see him deployed in his system. Ready For Premier League Action Quina madeContinue reading “The Quina Conundrum 2.0”

Examining Watford’s Impressive Swoop for Emmanuel Dennis

Watford have secured the signature of exciting forward Emmanuel Dennis from Club Brugge. The deal came out of thin air – or so it seems – considering no rumours emerged linking the parties until the Hornets’ official announcement of the transfer. Nonetheless, Watford have completed yet another shrewd transfer for a player who will offerContinue reading “Examining Watford’s Impressive Swoop for Emmanuel Dennis”

Why Loaning In Harvey Elliott Would Be Nice But Unnecessary

The transfer rumour mill is well and truly in motion. According to Tom Hopkinson of The Mirror and other sources, Watford are considering making an approach for 18-year-old Harvey Elliott on a season-long loan deal from Liverpool. As exciting as this rumoured transfer may seem for Watford, the deal is not as straightforward as one may think.Continue reading “Why Loaning In Harvey Elliott Would Be Nice But Unnecessary”

Analyzing Watford’s Perfect Approach to the Transfer Window

Morecambe’s 1-0 victory over Newport County on the last day of May signaled the official end to the 2020/21 EFL campaign. For Watford, however, the goal of promotion was mathematically achieved on April 24th, two weeks before the Championship season (not including promotion playoffs) ended and nearly one month before the Premier League season concluded.Continue reading “Analyzing Watford’s Perfect Approach to the Transfer Window”

Kwadwo Baah: the Inverted Winger Further Brightening Watford’s Future

When a player moves to Manchester City as an 18-year-old, it is clear that the player has all the tools necessary for being a future star. So, when Kwadwo Baah’s transfer to Manchester City in January broke down during the medical phase, it was clear that whoever secured his signature would be partaking in shrewdContinue reading “Kwadwo Baah: the Inverted Winger Further Brightening Watford’s Future”