Watford will today asses the hamstring injury Gianni Munari sustained in the 4-2 win against Huddersfield Town

Picture: Dave Peters

Picture: Dave Peters

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Watford will today asses the injury Gianni Munari suffered in the 4-2 win against Huddersfield Town yesterday.

The Italian midfielder limped off on the stroke of half time and head of medical Marco Cesarini said after the game it appeared the 31-year-old had pulled his hamstring.

Cesarini explained after the game: “Munari went off because he felt something in his hamstring. We’ll have to asses him tomorrow and see exactly what kind of injury it is. At the moment, it looks like a pulled hamstring.”

Munari has made six appearances for the Hornets this season and netted in the 2-0 victory at Rotherham United.

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1:36pm Sun 31 Aug 14

bristol hornet says...

Andrews played well when he came on, and scored a bonus goal for us!

Two good competitors for one place? May the best man win!
Andrews played well when he came on, and scored a bonus goal for us! Two good competitors for one place? May the best man win! bristol hornet
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1:51pm Sun 31 Aug 14

WessexLad says...

bristol hornet wrote:
Andrews played well when he came on, and scored a bonus goal for us!

Two good competitors for one place? May the best man win!
McGugan wasn't in the squad, but he is a more natural contender for Munari's place.
[quote][p][bold]bristol hornet[/bold] wrote: Andrews played well when he came on, and scored a bonus goal for us! Two good competitors for one place? May the best man win![/p][/quote]McGugan wasn't in the squad, but he is a more natural contender for Munari's place. WessexLad
  • Score: -16

2:18pm Sun 31 Aug 14

SJM...laugh at luton says...

Huddersfield should have a man sent off for that challenge...
Huddersfield should have a man sent off for that challenge... SJM...laugh at luton
  • Score: 5

2:28pm Sun 31 Aug 14

sbyatt says...

Can only hope its Plantar Fasciitis
Can only hope its Plantar Fasciitis sbyatt
  • Score: -58

3:39pm Sun 31 Aug 14

A Capello says...

I hope there is some discomfort amongst our mid field contenders following their alleged misbehaviour.

It's a long season and opportunity will come and go. Two weeks off now, time to collect the toys from around the pram and stake a claim.

Needless to say I hope Gianni does not have a long lay-off.
I hope there is some discomfort amongst our mid field contenders following their alleged misbehaviour. It's a long season and opportunity will come and go. Two weeks off now, time to collect the toys from around the pram and stake a claim. Needless to say I hope Gianni does not have a long lay-off. A Capello
  • Score: 10

3:47pm Sun 31 Aug 14

EltonForever says...

sbyatt wrote:
Can only hope its Plantar Fasciitis
Sad little man. Why would you wish that on anyone? Try to get out more.
[quote][p][bold]sbyatt[/bold] wrote: Can only hope its Plantar Fasciitis[/p][/quote]Sad little man. Why would you wish that on anyone? Try to get out more. EltonForever
  • Score: 28

5:14pm Sun 31 Aug 14

bornyellow says...

The biggest casualty would be to sack the Manager...Beppe kicks ****.
The biggest casualty would be to sack the Manager...Beppe kicks ****. bornyellow
  • Score: 9

9:54pm Sun 31 Aug 14

onlyboag says...

Surely someone checks this copy before it goes to press? Watford Observer doesn't know it's arses from it's **** idiots!
Surely someone checks this copy before it goes to press? Watford Observer doesn't know it's arses from it's **** idiots! onlyboag
  • Score: -3

4:03am Mon 1 Sep 14

Bringe says...

**** ... was hoping to see some female **** but instead it's just schoolboy spelling.

But my poor donkey really needs a companion!
**** ... was hoping to see some female **** but instead it's just schoolboy spelling. But my poor donkey really needs a companion! Bringe
  • Score: -1

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