2:45pm Wednesday 6th March 2013
4:55pm Sunday 30th September 2012
12:12pm Wednesday 26th September 2012
6:02pm Thursday 13th September 2012
Watford Ladies boss John Salomon believes his side will “keep getting better” despite the Hornets’ unbeaten start to the Women’s Premier League season ending after a 2-1 defeat against Leeds United Ladies on Sunday.
11:52pm Sunday 22nd January 2012
11:03pm Wednesday 13th July 2011
12:36am Wednesday 22nd June 2011
Watford Football Club has announced the appointment of Sean Dyche as first team manager. The hornets have also confirmed the signing of Craig Forsyth on a 3 year deal from Dundee. A minority of the Watford fans are never pleased with the promotion of assistant manager to manager yet I struggled to see any better applicant for the Watford helm. This is why I think Bassini has done the right thing in appointing Dyche as manager: • Sean Dyche knows the club inside out which will help him undertake the role left by Malky Mackay who exited for Cardiff. He’ll recognize the present finances available should understand which formation suits the team best along with distinguishing who the better players are at the club.
3:21pm Wednesday 8th June 2011
11:55am Thursday 14th April 2011
After Tuesday’s draw to Norwich and Saturday’s defeat to Hull City, Watford’s play off dreams are all but over. The Hornets lay seven points off sixth place and would most probably have to win their five remaining games to have any hope of snatching sixth place or higher.
1:56pm Wednesday 6th April 2011
1:46pm Wednesday 6th April 2011
10:29am Thursday 31st March 2011
12:11pm Friday 18th March 2011
6:42pm Wednesday 9th March 2011
3:48pm Thursday 3rd March 2011
Watford Ladies FC Management Committee met last weekend to begin planning their annual 6- a- side tournament. This fundraiser is a huge event bringing together teams from across the country covering all ages from U9s through to U16s and including Ladies Open Age.
1:16pm Thursday 3rd March 2011
1:31pm Wednesday 16th February 2011
1:22pm Wednesday 16th February 2011
Defending League Champions Watford Harts U13 put together a great team effort to beat St Joseph's on Saturday in an exciting match which included a controversial penalty and some great paly from both sides.
8:11pm Tuesday 23rd November 2010
6:41pm Saturday 23rd October 2010
On a bitter cold Tuesday night, Watford were at home to Ipswich Town in a Npower Championship League match. For this match, I was lucky enough to sit in the press box and interview a player of my choice once the game had drawn to a close. As part of my journalism course at West Herts College, I have to write an article for each edition of the college magazine, so I thought that a review of an interview with a Watford player would be a great piece to go in the sport section.
2:33pm Thursday 7th October 2010
During Pakistan’s cricket tour of England earlier this year, seven players were accused of match fixing by the British tabloid newspaper News of the World. On the third day of the fourth test, the paper published an article stating that Mazhar Majeed had accepted a £150,000 bribe from an undercover reporter. In return Majeed confirmed that two Pakistani bowlers, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir would deliberately deliver no balls at specific points during the match. Mazhar Majeed is a cricket agent who is now under police investigation at Scotland Yard.
3:10pm Sunday 26th September 2010
1:54pm Monday 13th September 2010
Watford Ladies hosted Coventry City Ladies in their 2nd group game of this season’s Premier League Cup. The home side was able to name new signing Rachel Pitman into a squad that was missing Paige Logie and Megan Wynne from last week’s Sunderland match. Goalkeeper Lauren Davey was unfortunately injured in the warm up, so Chloe Crook came in for her 2nd appearance of the season.
10:21am Tuesday 24th August 2010
Watford Ladies kicked off their 2010/11 Premier League campaign with an entertaining 4-4 drew away to Blackburn. Under a new management team the squad were ready to begin the season. With a squad that included new signings and 16 year old 1st year scholar Paige Logie being called up to the 1st team it meant a young squad had travelled to Blackburn for the first outing of this season.
2:18am Monday 23rd August 2010
11:17am Friday 13th August 2010
6:32pm Tuesday 8th June 2010
With the new season soon arriving, things at Vicarage Road are starting to settle down. The financial position has cleared up partially due to the loan and as Watford managed to avoid relegation last season, people have started to relax and relish the World Cup in South Africa.
12:36am Wednesday 28th April 2010
12:30am Wednesday 28th April 2010
12:15am Wednesday 21st April 2010
11:16pm Tuesday 20th April 2010
1:16am Wednesday 14th April 2010
12:46am Wednesday 31st March 2010
11:46pm Tuesday 30th March 2010
12:23am Wednesday 24th March 2010
With news that Watford’s team Captain, Emma Feenstra, will be laid up for several weeks with a knee injury, compounded with other players unavailable for this fixture, Watford were expecting this away match with Hemel Hempstead to be difficult.
12:04am Wednesday 24th March 2010
11:40pm Tuesday 23rd March 2010
10:44pm Tuesday 16th March 2010
10:23pm Tuesday 16th March 2010
10:20pm Tuesday 16th March 2010
6:27pm Friday 12th March 2010
Tom Cleverley will be back in the Watford team tomorrow after completing a 3 match ban. The Hornets take on Peterborough at Vicarage Road and desperately need the three points. Will Buckley could be called up to the squad but it looks doubtful. Other than that there are no fresh injury concerns for Malky’s men. Watford lay only two points off the relegation zone, yet a win in tomorrow’s match could lift them up to 16th providing other results go their way.
10:49pm Tuesday 2nd March 2010
9:50pm Tuesday 2nd March 2010
2:04am Wednesday 17th February 2010
1:43am Wednesday 17th February 2010
12:59am Wednesday 17th February 2010
Your Say Your Watford
Nothing like a dose of diversionary tactics eh? This councillor has said/tweeted nothing that was factually incorrect. Those who make more of the, arguable, indelicacy of the tweet than the actual subject i.e. government attacks on the disabled show shallowness of thought. − Honest RogWatford Councillor Anne Joynes apologises for retweeting image attacking David Cameron using his dead disabled son Ivan