The Harsh Reality of Watford’s Xisco Munoz Sacking

Everyone knows about the Watford way when it comes to head coaches. Supporters often moan as most articles about the Hornets or match commentators unceasingly mention the managerial carousel. When a head coach is sacked, most non-Watford supporters go berserk about the cruelty of the sacking and how the style does not work. The WatfordContinue reading “The Harsh Reality of Watford’s Xisco Munoz Sacking”

Time for Tufan

Watford currently sit 12th in the Premier League, four points above the relegation zone. However, there is still lots of concern about whether they have what it takes to maintain their top-flight status. In the Expected Points table, the Hornets sit 16th, 0.72 points above the drop zone. The Hornets’ biggest offseason-recruitment overhaul came in the midfieldContinue reading “Time for Tufan”

Watford and West Ham (Finally) Agree on Ngakia Fee

In the 2019/20 season, Jeremy Ngakia started five Premier League matches for West Ham, impressing in all of his appearances. However, his contract was due to expire. David Moyes thought that giving him first-team playing time would for sure lead to him signing a new deal, but the youngster and his agent elected to findContinue reading “Watford and West Ham (Finally) Agree on Ngakia Fee”

Watford Reportedly Invested Late Interest in United States Star

With the transfer window now closed, head coaches will have to wait four months to sign reinforcements from other clubs. The Hornets made 11 senior-squad signings this past transfer period, though that figure could have risen to one dozen on deadline day.  Watford Supposedly Had Late DeAndre Yedlin Interest According to journalist Ertan Suzgun (viaContinue reading “Watford Reportedly Invested Late Interest in United States Star”

Food for Thought Over the International Break for Xisco Muñoz

Guest-written article by Ben Thornhill I always remember Rafael Benitez, when in charge of Newcastle, saying a Spanish proverb about what happens when you have an undersized quilt: you either have to cover the toes and leave the shoulders cold or pull it over your shoulders and risk getting cold feet. He was describing theContinue reading “Food for Thought Over the International Break for Xisco Muñoz”

An American Watford Fan’s Open Letter to Troy Deeney

Dear Troy, I would say this is the end of our relationship, but to say that the bond we have forged could ever be broken would be a fallacy. Before I dive any further, I just want to say thank you for everything you have done for our football club. As an American supporter ofContinue reading “An American Watford Fan’s Open Letter to Troy Deeney”

Watford in Market for Defensive Cover: Two Potential Targets

With Mattie Pollock now out on loan, the Hornets only have four senior center-backs. With William Troost-Ekong destined to travel to AFCON and Craig Cathcart injured, it is easy to see how another center-back is needed to ease depth concerns for the season. Even an instant-starting option could be sought. However, there is not muchContinue reading “Watford in Market for Defensive Cover: Two Potential Targets”

Watford Reportedly Move for Cagliari Star Nahitan Nandez

With the transfer window closing in a matter of hours, there is not much time left for squads to bring new faces through the door. The Hornets have had no shortage of midfield recruitment this transfer window, but that does not mean they will not try to sign yet another midfielder before 11pm GMT. AndContinue reading “Watford Reportedly Move for Cagliari Star Nahitan Nandez”

Watford Could Make Late Lewis Ferguson Swoop

Early on in this transfer window, Aberdeen rejected a transfer request from Lewis Ferguson which was destined to see him ultimately winding up at Watford. With less than 48 hours remaining for the Hornets to make a move, it appears as if the transfer which has been talked about for over three months might finallyContinue reading “Watford Could Make Late Lewis Ferguson Swoop”

Watford Player Ratings Following Narrow Spurs Defeat

Watford put in a valiant shift against Tottenham Hotspur, but unfortunately, they were unable to put an end to Nuno Espirito Santo’s perfect start to life in North London. The Hornets had a mixture of solid and worrisome individual performances. Player Ratings Daniel Bachmann: hard performance to rate. He should have undoubtedly done much better withContinue reading “Watford Player Ratings Following Narrow Spurs Defeat”