Watford Football Club: An Inept Hierarchy Versus All

The world moves in mysterious ways. The world of football, especially as a Watford supporter, is no exception. A bit over one year ago, Cucho Hernandez cut in on his right foot from the left flank to curl in a wondergoal just seconds into his debut. The sun beat down on the Golden Boys thatContinue reading “Watford Football Club: An Inept Hierarchy Versus All”

Jeremy Ngakia: The Young Star Waiting For His Time To Shine

When Jeremy Ngakia elected to not renew his West Ham United contract, David Moyes and many Hammers supporters were frustrated. The now 20-year-old signed for Watford on a free transfer in the summer. Even though he had only started five matches for Moyes, those matches were consecutive – partly done to try to convince himContinue reading “Jeremy Ngakia: The Young Star Waiting For His Time To Shine”

The Quina Conundrum

In the January transfer window, Watford controversially sent Domingos Quina on loan to Granada CF with the hope that Quina would receive more playing time. Upon the closing of the transfer window, Watford had a mere four senior central midfielders: Will Hughes, Tom Cleverley, Nathaniel Chalobah, and Dan Gosling. Philip Zinckernagel, Ben Wilmot, and Ken Sema canContinue reading “The Quina Conundrum”

Where Do Watford’s Current Problems Spring From?

*Article contributed by Watfordfc2021 (Fin Onens) – edited by Watford Opinions* Many of Watford’s results this season have been underwhelming – there is no doubt about that. Now is an opportune time to discuss where the Club’s current problems are. Many people have criticized Watford’s striking department – Andre Gray and Troy Deeney in particular. While pinning someContinue reading “Where Do Watford’s Current Problems Spring From?”

Watford’s Quarter-Season Report Card

11 matches played. 21 points earned. Second in the table. After relegation, the threat of having the squad hollowed out, and not having a manager, the Hornets’ record suggests they have been able to reacclimate to life in the second tier with ease. To say they don’t deserve to be where they currently sit wouldContinue reading “Watford’s Quarter-Season Report Card”