Vote for your Watford man of the match as the Hornets lose 2-1 at Doncaster Rovers in the Championship

Daniel Pudil. Picture: Action Images

Daniel Pudil. Picture: Action Images

First published in Sport

Ten-man Watford were undone by an injury-time winner as Doncaster Rovers sealed a 2-1 victory at the Keepmoat Stadium last night.

Mathias Ranegie's red card in the 19th minute restricted the Hornets to a defensive display for the majority of the match but there were some gutsy performances for the visitors.

Who was your Watford man of the match?

Vote for one of our selections or if there was another player who stood out for you, vote 'Other' and make your views known in the comments section below.

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9:46am Wed 12 Mar 14

stevyweavy says...

Ranegie for me as he has successfully removed all futile hopes for a play-off place in a few seconds so now we can settle back for mid-table mediocrity.
Ranegie for me as he has successfully removed all futile hopes for a play-off place in a few seconds so now we can settle back for mid-table mediocrity. stevyweavy
  • Score: 11

10:51am Wed 12 Mar 14

francowatford says...

the season is well and truly over!!! thanks Renegie!!

i think we should retrive our young hopefulls that have gone out on loan and start to play them and see if they can cut the mustard. This is the perfect opportunity for them, we are safe and are not going to get a playoff spot or bee draggeed into relegation fight. Lets see what Ikpezu and Mensa can do and anyone else and drop the numpties that keep on screwing up
the season is well and truly over!!! thanks Renegie!! i think we should retrive our young hopefulls that have gone out on loan and start to play them and see if they can cut the mustard. This is the perfect opportunity for them, we are safe and are not going to get a playoff spot or bee draggeed into relegation fight. Lets see what Ikpezu and Mensa can do and anyone else and drop the numpties that keep on screwing up francowatford
  • Score: 5

11:56am Wed 12 Mar 14

Meadey39 says...

Diakite, Merkel, Ranegie. All brought in January, all sent off before the end of March. Perhaps the don't like the colour of our shirts and want to take them off quickly.
Diakite, Merkel, Ranegie. All brought in January, all sent off before the end of March. Perhaps the don't like the colour of our shirts and want to take them off quickly. Meadey39
  • Score: -2

3:58pm Wed 12 Mar 14

Mickey Quinn, not so thin says...

stevyweavy wrote:
Ranegie for me as he has successfully removed all futile hopes for a play-off place in a few seconds so now we can settle back for mid-table mediocrity.
Great game vs Blackpool got him the nod over FF last night. Another good performance in the next couple of games and he'd have been a first team regular for the rest of the season. Now he's given his place back to FF, can't play for the next 3 games, and is likely to be warming the bench for the rest of the season, competing with Park, who'll be fit by then, for cameos from the bench. Has really shot himself in the foot plus finally torpedoed any remaining play off place hopes. For me it'll be Wigan and Reading edging out Forest for 5th and 6th.
[quote][p][bold]stevyweavy[/bold] wrote: Ranegie for me as he has successfully removed all futile hopes for a play-off place in a few seconds so now we can settle back for mid-table mediocrity.[/p][/quote]Great game vs Blackpool got him the nod over FF last night. Another good performance in the next couple of games and he'd have been a first team regular for the rest of the season. Now he's given his place back to FF, can't play for the next 3 games, and is likely to be warming the bench for the rest of the season, competing with Park, who'll be fit by then, for cameos from the bench. Has really shot himself in the foot plus finally torpedoed any remaining play off place hopes. For me it'll be Wigan and Reading edging out Forest for 5th and 6th. Mickey Quinn, not so thin
  • Score: -1

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