Watford do not believe the injuries Daniel Tozser and Sean Murray suffered against Coventry City are serious

Hornets midfielder Sean Murray. Picture: Holly Cant

Hornets midfielder Sean Murray. Picture: Holly Cant

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Watford believe the injuries midfielders Daniel Tozser and Sean Murray suffered against Coventry City last night are not serious.

Hungarian Tozser was brought off after just 22 minutes at Boreham Wood's Meadow Park and Hornets' head of medical Marco Cesarini confirmed after the game that he was brought off after receiving a stamp and would be assessed today.

Murray was making his first-team return after a knee injury he picked up on Watford’s pre-season tour of Austria.

Cesarini said the Hornets Academy graduate had suffered a dead leg against the Sky Blues which is why he was brought off in place of new signing Odion Ighalo with 13 minutes remaining. 

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8:49am Thu 31 Jul 14

The Skeptical Optimist says...

I think the number of knocks we're getting for preseason is just confirming the fact that the heavy training schedule is clearly affecting our players. Wait for the first day of the season, by which time training will be more regular, until we judge the chemistry of our players.
I think the number of knocks we're getting for preseason is just confirming the fact that the heavy training schedule is clearly affecting our players. Wait for the first day of the season, by which time training will be more regular, until we judge the chemistry of our players. The Skeptical Optimist
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