January loan signing Daniel Tozser voted Watford's man of the match against Birmingham City

Watford Observer: Daniel Tozser was voted Watford's man of the match against Birmingham City. Picture: Dave Peters Daniel Tozser was voted Watford's man of the match against Birmingham City. Picture: Dave Peters

January loan signing Daniel Tozser was the Hornets' man of the match in the 1-0 win over Birmingham City, according to the Watford Observer's poll.

Tozser, who last month joined the Golden Boys on loan until the end of the season, has started the team's last three matches and remains unbeaten in a Watford shirt.

The 28-year-old has looked assured anchoring the Hornets' midfield trio and produced another confident display against Birmingham to win 36 per cent of the man-of-the-match vote.

Marco Cassetti came a close second, earning 27 per cent of the vote for a composed performance at the heart of Watford's back three.

Lloyd Doyley replaced the injured Joel Ekstrand after 18 minutes and did enough on his 428th appearance for the club to take 20 per cent of the selections.

Goalscorer Troy Deeney was next most popular with 13 per cent while 4 per cent of voters selected 'Other'.

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7:47am Thu 13 Feb 14

rayman01 says...

This seems about the right result. FF put in plenty of effort but needs to shake off some of his eccentricities. Angella solid as well. Boro' will provide a sterner test but all moving in the right direction. Sannino must take some credit. Luv the Horns!
This seems about the right result. FF put in plenty of effort but needs to shake off some of his eccentricities. Angella solid as well. Boro' will provide a sterner test but all moving in the right direction. Sannino must take some credit. Luv the Horns! rayman01

10:03am Thu 13 Feb 14

grahamwfc says...

rayman01 wrote:
This seems about the right result. FF put in plenty of effort but needs to shake off some of his eccentricities. Angella solid as well. Boro' will provide a sterner test but all moving in the right direction. Sannino must take some credit. Luv the Horns!
Agree, although Angella really has to improve his passing which is shocking.
[quote][p][bold]rayman01[/bold] wrote: This seems about the right result. FF put in plenty of effort but needs to shake off some of his eccentricities. Angella solid as well. Boro' will provide a sterner test but all moving in the right direction. Sannino must take some credit. Luv the Horns![/p][/quote]Agree, although Angella really has to improve his passing which is shocking. grahamwfc

10:27am Thu 13 Feb 14

Hornankey says...

He appears a great loan acquisition. Let's hope the Club's leadership see fit to make it a permanent move - a midfield of Tozser, Abdi and a match-fit Merkel could be formidable.
He appears a great loan acquisition. Let's hope the Club's leadership see fit to make it a permanent move - a midfield of Tozser, Abdi and a match-fit Merkel could be formidable. Hornankey

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