Vydra back among the goals on the coast

Watford Observer:

10:36pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

For a while it looked like another case of déjà vu at Bloomfield Road for Watford but Matej Vydra’s first goal in seven games for club and country proved the difference against Blackpool. However, the travelling support had to endure an agonising finish to the 1-0 win and the worrying sight of their captain hobbling off injured in the dying moments.

FAN'S VIEW: It's time for Watford to ditch the 3-5-2 formation

Watford Observer: Holly Cant

10:18am Tuesday 13th May 2014

The season is over and now we can take time to review, reflect and enjoy a well-deserved break - just as it appeared the players were doing before they were rudely interrupted by a 12.15 match with Huddersfield Town.

FAN'S VIEW: Final game meant little but consequences could be huge

Watford Observer: Picture: Action Images

11:08am Tuesday 6th May 2014

The summers of many people in and around Watford Football Club surely were altered by the sheer rot of that second half.

FAN'S VIEW: We've shown scary potential but couldn't deliver

Watford Observer: Picture: Action Images

7:00am Friday 2nd May 2014

After yet another demoralising away performance at Charlton Athletic, the end to this campaign really can’t come quickly enough.

FAN'S VIEW: Welcome back Almen, you've been missed

Watford Observer: Abdi celebrates his goal against Leeds United Picture: Holly Cant

12:00pm Thursday 10th April 2014

Seeing Almen Abdi wheel away celebrating a rare headed goal against Leeds United on Tuesday was possibly my moment of the season so far.

FAN'S VIEW: Any lingering hope has, finally, been snuffed out

Watford Observer: Beppe Sannino is unable to hide his frustration after Burnley's late equaliser. Picture: Holly Cant

4:27pm Monday 7th April 2014

I don't think there were many of us who believed Watford were still in a promotion race prior to the Burnley game but when you go 1-0 up against a good side, all common sense starts to disappear.

FAN'S VIEW: Club should be proud of O’Nien

Watford Observer: O’Nien made his debut his Watford against Barnsley. Picture: Dave Peters

12:30pm Wednesday 2nd April 2014

Beppe Sannino has said in the past that Luke O’Nien “lives his life for Watford”. So it can’t be easy for the young midfielder as he waits to find out if the Hornets will offer him new deal.

FAN'S VIEW: Could Doyley be last true Watford man?

Watford Observer: Picture: Action Images

11:05am Friday 21st March 2014

Under the guidance of our present owners, who can shift players from club to club like chess pieces, is Lloyd Doyley set to be the last true Watford man?

FAN'S VIEW: Beppe is certainly no toilet head

Watford Observer: Picture: Dave Peters

10:56am Tuesday 18th March 2014

If we could replicate our home form on the road, we'd be a Premier League side before you could say "capo gabinetto".

FAN'S VIEW: Next three games are crucial

Watford Observer: Lewis McGugan could return for the Hornets against Doncaster Picture: Holly Cant

12:02pm Tuesday 11th March 2014

We are entering that exciting part of the season where league positions and the Championship’s promotion candidates begin to take shape.

FAN'S VIEW: We could have humiliated Blackpool

Watford Observer: Picture: Dave Peters

9:24am Wednesday 5th March 2014

I can't remember such a lame performance at The Vic in a long time. With a less defence minded manager I think we may have completely humiliated those poor tangerine men.

FAN'S VIEW: Can Tozser become another fans' favourite loanee?

Watford Observer: Could Daniel Tozser become the latest loanee to become a fan's favourite at Watford? Picture: Dave Peters

6:13pm Wednesday 5th February 2014

Hornets fan Matthew Mesiano discusses whether Daniel Tozser can join the likes of Matej Vydra, Tom Cleverley and Ben Foster as Watford's fans' favourite loanees.

FAN'S VIEW: Relief to watch Hornets overcome Seagulls

Watford Observer: New signing Daniel Tozser impressed on his Hornets debut. Picture: Dave Peters

11:09am Tuesday 4th February 2014

Hornets supporter Lee Coan reflects on Watford's 2-0 victory against Brighton & Hove Albion and picks out three stand-out performers.

FAN'S VIEW: It was a joy to be in the crowd

Watford Observer: Picture: Action Images

2:21pm Wednesday 29th January 2014

The travelling 3,352 fans sung their hearts out from start to finish, wore their yellow jerseys with pride and showed just how great our support is.

FAN'S VIEW: Sannino's tactical changes paying off

Watford Observer: Hornets head coach Beppe Sannino. Picture: Holly Cant

10:32am Thursday 9th January 2014

A brand new year and Watford’s relatively brand new manager Beppe Sannino is looking forward to really getting his teeth stuck into his role as Hornets' head coach.

FAN'S VIEW: Could we have turned the corner at Burnley?

Watford Observer: Picture: Action Images

12:37pm Wednesday 4th December 2013

Hornets fan Lee Coan discusses whether Watford's battling 0-0 draw at Burnley will be a turning point for Gianfranco Zola and his side.

FAN'S VIEW: A moan about moaning

Watford Observer: Picture: Action Images

2:14pm Tuesday 26th November 2013

Moan, moan, moan. There was a rumbling around the ground on Saturday, a constant low frequency buzz that sounded like a distant rumble.

FAN'S VIEW: Knockaert was the complete villain

Watford Observer: Picture: Action Images

11:56am Tuesday 5th November 2013

Some bad games ruin your Saturday night, others destroy a weekend, but certain special defeats take much longer to get out of your system.

FAN'S VIEW: How did they all miss it?

Watford Observer: Fernando Forestieri was denied a goal against Brighton. Picture: Action Images

2:21pm Tuesday 29th October 2013

So last week we had an opposition player booked twice but no red. This week it’s ball in the net and no goal.

FAN'S VIEW: Club v country? There's only one winner

Watford Observer: Former Watford loanee Tom Cleverley has established himself in the England squad Picture: Action Images

3:05pm Tuesday 15th October 2013

Not since Graham Taylor or the days of Luther Blissett scoring a debut hat-trick have England been so Hornet friendly.

FAN'S VIEW: Is another striker needed?

Watford Observer: Hornets striker Troy Deeney. Picture: Holly Cant

1:58pm Monday 14th October 2013

The season is less than three months old but fans around the country are demanding changes to their respective team.

FAN'S VIEW: The Huddersfield never-ending conga of sheer joy

Watford Observer: Picture: Action Images

9:30am Wednesday 9th October 2013

Blackburn and Huddersfield, I picked the wrong game.

FAN'S VIEW: Teams no longer underestimate us

Watford Observer: Hornets boss Gianfranco Zola Picture: Holly Cant

1:00pm Thursday 3rd October 2013

It feels as though only last week we were unpacking our scarves for the start of the new season and then in the blink of an eye we are ten games into our Championship campaign.

FAN'S VIEW: How much do we miss Vydra?

Watford Observer: Picture: Holly Cant

12:30pm Tuesday 1st October 2013

Watford support Lee Coan discusses whether the Hornets are missing Matěj Vydra this season

FAN'S VIEW: The philosophy has changed

Watford Observer: Hornets striker Troy Deeney. Picture: Holly Cant

12:00pm Thursday 26th September 2013

Matthew Mesiano discusses the development of the Watford squad over the past 15 months and focuses on the Hornets' English talent.

Fan's view: Barnsley bogey bubble has burst

Watford Observer: Fernando Forestieri scored the Hornets 5-1 win against Barnsley on Saturday. Picture: Action Images

2:01pm Tuesday 24th September 2013

Watford fan Lee Coan says Hornets supporters can finally end their dislike for Barnsley after breaking a 13-year hoodoo on Saturday


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