The late Terry Challis' cartoons first appeared in this newspaper's pages 42 years ago today

On this date in Watford FC history

On this date in Watford FC history

First published in Watford FC News

Friday, August 25, 1972

The day's Watford Observer was the first to feature a Terry Challis cartoon.

These cartoons would be a popular part of the newspaper's coverage for more than 25 years.

Jimmy Lindsay and Ron Wigg dominated this debut, the latter's goal in the opening day victory over Tranmere Rovers almost a fortnight earlier provoking the cartoonist's suggestion that his 'disguise' beard would no longer be necessary.

Reproduced by kind permission of Matt Rowson from his book,Watford FC On This Day

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