Tag Archives: Deeney

Top Five Moments: Part Five

Bugger. We deserve more than this. Anthony Knockaert puffs out his cheeks as he rocks from foot to foot. The exhaustion of the tie tells in his frantic breathing. The fan stands stock still, palms firmly pressed to his crown. Where the Frenchman pants, for the fan there is only one solitary gulp. The penalty […]

Watford 3-1 Leicester – YouTube Depository

So yesterday, this happened. And we reckon you may want to be reliving the moment, in all it’s various forms of glory, for some time. So here is your one-stop shop for YouTube videos of the final minute of that ludicrous day: Sky footage with Sky commentary – over 1 million views in less than […]

Half-Term Report: Winners and Losers

Having looked at how the new guard have settled into life in leafy Hertfordshire, ITWM looks at which of last season’s squad have benefitted, and which have suffered from the new way of doing things… Winners: Troy Deeney  There was a lot of debate over whether the club was right to retain the services of […]

The Game – Wolves (H) 17.11.12

Good vibes continue to echo throughout south-west Hertfordshire after Watford’s good run of form continued with a tight-ish win over a stuttering Wolves side at Vicarage Road on Saturday. After a good start to the season, Ståle Solbakken’s men haven’t won a game since October 6th, and arrived in the South desperate to reignite their […]

Dissecting the Game: Charlton (A) 02.10.12

Trying to sum up a match as full of emotion and intensity as last night’s gripping contest was is never easy. Especially when you’re writing the following day, fatigued by a lack of sleep. And even more especially when you forgot to take your notebook to London with you. But allow us to try, as […]

Dissecting the Game: Bristol City (H) 22/09/12

Another good performance, another set of points snatched from our grasp. Whilst the Brighton game saw Watford dominate in fits and spurts, but fail to turn their possession into chances, Saturday saw them go one further rung up the ladder – lots of possession, lots of chances, few goals. It’s getting closer, but results need […]

Working with what we’ve got: A look at the squad (Part One)

There are fewer signs of desperation more clear than the analysis of squad numbers. But as we twiddle our thumbs waiting for the alarm to go on Saturday morning, this is what it’s come to. But at least we can cover our quest for meaning in what is probably a twenty second decision scribbled on […]