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”

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”

Defending Attacking-Mindedly: Xisco Munoz’s Latest Tactical Masterclass

Heading into the clash against Nottingham Forest, Watford were without many key players. Dan Gosling and Tom Cleverley were sidelined due to injury concerns, while Nathaniel Chalobah missed out thanks to a two-match ban. Carlos Sanchez had only just signed for the Hornets. So, Will Hughes was the Hornets’ only (senior) central midfielder with ChampionshipContinue reading “Defending Attacking-Mindedly: Xisco Munoz’s Latest Tactical Masterclass”