Tag: AFC Bournemouth

2nd January 2019- Premier League, AFC Bournemouth 3 Watford 3

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Referee:
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Attendance:
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Jon Marks BBC 3CR commentary   Goals: 1  2  3

Match Report: AFC Bournemouth 3-3 Watford

Deeney: “It’s Nice To Score”

Gracia: “Scoring Three Away, You Have To Win”

Mariappa: “We’ll Take The Point And Move On”

Highlights: AFC Bournemouth 3-3 Watford

Affleck’s Angle: The Siege Of Troy

Gallery: AFC Bournemouth v Watford

Watford score three but still have to settle for a point against Bournemouth

Watford and Bournemouth share six goals in New Year opener

Watford head coach Javi Gracia pleased with Ben Foster after Bournemouth draw

AFC Bournemouth vs Watford: Javi Gracia admits he’s ‘never see a first half like that’

Watford player ratings: How we scored the Hornets at AFC Bournemouth

AFC Bournemouth vs Watford: Troy Deeney claims Dan Gosling tried ‘to do’ Tom Cleverley

Adrian Mariappa becomes 25th player to make 300 Watford appearances

Watford captain Troy Deeney said “Sunday League” defending contributed to his side’s astonishing 3-3 draw at Bournemouth, with all six goals arriving in a frenetic first half. “It was an end-to-end game that could have been 6-6,” said Deeney, who scored two of his side’s goals.

Troy Deeney’s two goals gave Watford a commanding lead (14 & 27) before Bournemouth responded in quickfire fashion with goals from Nathan Ake (34) and Callum Wilson (37). Seconds later, Ken Sema put Watford back in front again with a fine half-volley (38) before Ryan Fraser levelled the game with a composed finish (40) in an action-packed first half.

Though bad tempered, the second half settled into a more predictable pattern. 

Deeney accused Dan Gosling of trying “to do Tom Cleverley” and also claimed the referee “bottled it on a few occasions”.

At half time, a number of supporters from each team were invited on to the pitch for a “beer goggles” penalty shoot-out.  I couldn’t help but wonder if the defenders had been wearing these goggles for the last 15 minutes of the half.

6th October 2018- Premier League, Watford 0 AFC Bournemouth 4

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Watford FC Official Site

Bad day for 10-man Watford as they suffer heavy Bournemouth defeat

Watford vs AFC Bournemouth: Eddie Howe felt Christian Kabasele’s two yellow cards was ‘right call’

Javi Gracia admits it was a ‘bad day’ for Watford in Bournemouth defeat

Watford vs AFC Bournemouth: Christian Kabasele red card put Cherries in control, says Joshua King

Watford vs AFC Bournemouth player ratings: Defenders disappoint in desperate Premier League loss

Pictures from Watford’s heavy Bournemouth defeat

Gerard Deulofeu admits Watford need to improve ‘many things’ after Bournemouth defeat

BBC SportDavid Brooks opened the scoring for the Cherries before Joshua King converted from the spot after being brought down by Christian Kabasele, who was sent off for a second bookable offence.

skyThe result moves Bournemouth up to fifth in the Premier League after back-to-back wins, while Watford drop to eighth after failing to register a victory in their last four games.

guardianJavi Gracia said Watford must now get down to work to ensure no repeat of their hefty defeat. “It has been the first game where we hadn’t competed at the same level as other games,” the Watford manager said. “Today we have conceded more chances, we’ve made more mistakes than in all the other games put together.”

TelegraphKabasele’s red card is the 13th for a Watford player since their return to the top flight in 2015 – more than any other Premier League side in that time.

BHappy imagethe first 14 minutes were OK… Bournemouth dropped deep and invited us into congested areas, but we did an encouraging enough job having accepted said invitation.  This culminated in Andre Gray’s shot being blocked as he span away on the right hand side of the area, and shortly afterwards the cumulative attritional effect of a series of attacks peeled open a space for Will Hughes to have a go.  It was a relatively comfortable ask for Begović, who held the ball down to his right, but as an opening salvo it was perfectly acceptable.

The Hornets NestYou spend your whole week working, looking forward to the football at the weekend.  Then it comes around and you end up sitting out in the rain, watching your team go down to ten men in the first half and end up losing 4-0 at home to Bournemouth.

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31st March 2018- Premier League, Watford 2 AFC Bournemouth 2

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Watford Observer

RELIVE – Watford vs AFC Bournemouth: Late Jermaine Defoe goal sees Premier League points shared

Watford let lead slip twice as Bournemouth snatch late draw

Javi Gracia reflects after Watford drop two points in Bournemouth draw

Javi Gracia pleased his options are increasing as Watford’s injury list lessens

Player ratings: Jose Holebas the villain as Will Hughes and Kiko Femenia impress against AFC Bournemouth

GALLERY: A selection of images from Watford’s draw with Bournemouth

Watford vs AFC Bournemouth: Late Jermaine Defoe tough to take, says Craig Cathcart

Will Hughes: Late AFC Bournemouth leveller takes sheen off first Watford start since December

BBC SportBournemouth boss Eddie Howe praised veteran striker Jermain Defoe for his “huge” 92nd-minute equaliser that denied Watford victory at Vicarage Road.

skyWatford were hard done by but had only themselves to blame, having earlier blown Kiko Femenia’s 13th-minute opener when Jose Holebas needlessly handballed in the box, allowing Josh King to equalise from the spot (43).

TelegraphRoberto Pereyra put the home side back ahead and they protected that lead impressively until injury time, when they finally succumbed by failing to clear a free-kick and allowing the ball to bounce for Defoe. 

guardianLocked together in mid-table, both sides could reach the 40-point mark with victories on Saturday, when Watford are at home to Burnley and Bournemouth host struggling Crystal Palace.

BHappy imageThe cast list revealed a return to 4-2-3-1 and most significantly the much-discussed-amid-awkward-shuffles-of-the-feet benching of the long-since wrung-out Richarlíson with Will Hughes starting behind Troy.

FranNathan Aké started for the visitors, I know that I am not the only Watford fan who is still very disappointed that he didn’t sign for us instead.

The Hornets NestThere’s no denying that this one hurts and although we haven’t lost it certainly felt like it at the time.

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19th August 2017- Premier League, AFC Bournemouth 0 Watford 2

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Watford Observer

RELIVE: Richarlison and Capoue strike as Watford beat Bournemouth 2-0 at Vitality Stadium

GALLERY: Enjoy these images from Watford’s opening win of the season at Bournemouth

Watford head coach Marco Silva particularly pleased with second-half display in 2-0 win at Bournemouth

Eddie Howe critical of Bournemouth following home loss to Watford

‘We have to be calm with Richarlison’ says Watford head coach Marco Silva after young Brazilian lights up win over Bournemouth

WATFORD V BOURNEMOUTH RATINGS: Magician Richarlison the pick of the bunch in fine Watford performance on the south coast

Nathaniel Chalobah reveals Harry Arter pretending to be a Watford player led to him missing chance in Bournemouth win

BBC SportBrazilian winger Richarlison was described as “a great talent” by manager Marco Silva after his first Premier League goal helped Watford to victory over Bournemouth at Vitality Stadium.

Hornets showed character & confidence – Silva

skySecond-half goals from Richarlison and Etienne Capoue handed Watford a deserved 2-0 win over Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

guardianThe miracle Eddie Howe has managed to pull off at Bournemouth was brought into stark relief once again with an early home defeat at the hands of a Watford side who look ready to kick on from a disappointing end to last season.

IndependentRicharlison nets first Watford goal as Hornets keep Bournemouth winless

TelegraphWatford followed up their impressive opening-day display against Liverpool with a deserved win at Bournemouth after late goals from Richarlison and Etienne Capoue gave Marco Silva three points that he declared were “really deserved”.

FranFor a few seasons now, the travelling fans at Bournemouth have been uncharacteristically unpleasant and there was an early attempt to enforce that reputation as a bloke along the row from me started screaming at the female lino to get back in the kitchen.  She was the other end of the pitch from us so wouldn’t have heard anyway, but it wound me up.  I’m afraid that my response to this abuse was neither reasoned nor nuanced, but it was to the point

The Hornets Nest Football, there’s nothing quite like it really is there?  My weeks are always spent waiting and counting down until the next game. When someone asks me for the date of important events or vice versa, I only know when that is in relation to the football fixtures.  “When do you go on holiday, mum?”  “16th December, Andrew”
“…Ah, Huddersfield at home, gotcha”

Hornet effectThe Golden Boys’ promising start to life under Marco Silva continued after they secured their first win of the season at Bournemouth in the Luther Blisset derby.

FTRE imageJon is joined by Kelly Somers, Kieran Thievam and Colin Mace as they talk through the away win at the Cherries.  How have the Hornets moved on from the home draw to Liverpool and have the new boys started to make an impact on the squad?  Oh and yes, you can hear that chant and keep it stuck in your head until Bristol City at home.

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21st January 2017-Premier League, AFC Bournemouth 2 Watford 2

Previously v AFC Bournemouth

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Goal 1      Goal 2

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Mazzarri | “We Lost Two Points”

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Relive all the action from Watford’s game at Bournemouth

Hornets unable to hold on as they draw against Bournemouth yet again

Cherries ‘unfortunate not to win’

Mazzarri ‘not particularly happy’ at Kabasele cramp conduct

Bournemouth v Watford: How did the Hornets perform in their draw

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Afobe rescues point for Cherries

1st October 2016-Premier League, Watford 2 AFC Bournemouth 2

Previously v AFC Bournemouth

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Gomes before the game shaking hands and signing autographs.

WFC.NET image Jon Mark’s 3CR commentary
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WFC imageOfficial site
Match review
The goals
Mazzarri- “The Most Important Thing For Me Was How We Would React”
Inside Matchday

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Recap all the action from Watford’s 2-2 draw with Bournemouth at Vicarage Road

Isaac Success scores his first Watford goal and Troy Deeney takes Hornets tally to 99 in Bournemouth draw

Watford boss Mazzarri praises side’s character after fighting back for Bournemouth draw

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe frustrated after Cherries fail to beat Watford

Watford boss Mazzarri believes Isaac Success needs to improve defensive work despite Bournemouth goal

How Watford rated after twice coming from behind in Bournemouth draw

Isaac Success happy to wait for first start after netting first Watford goal

BHappy imagereport: games with Bournemouth have been terrific fun since their arrival in the Championship a few years ago: the pleasing openness of their football and the apparent decency of their manager don’t obscure more than an element of the irritable and irritating. There’s not no Boothroyd in their DNA.

screen-shot-2016-10-03-at-19-13-20 report:As we waited for the doors to open at the West Herts, we were thoroughly entertained by a fellow fan who knew Stuart Attwell’s father.

screen-shot-2016-10-30-at-15-22-53 report: Nothing needs to be said about past refereeing performances in games against Bournemouth and Mike Dean did his best to replicate his predecessors. An early yellow card for Prodl for handball after he was blatantly shoved to the floor by Wilson a prime example.

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20th September 2014- Championship, Watford 1 AFC Bournemouth 1

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screen-shot-2016-09-12-at-23-36-22clips of Jon Marks BBC 3CR commentary   Goals:  1

BBC SportA late goal from Craig Cathcart denied Bournemouth a surprise victory at Watford.

BHappy imageBeing live on the telly carries with it a few considerations. For one thing, it’s an awful lot easier to write about a midweek trip to Blackpool, for instance, internet streaming or otherwise. If nobody’s seen the game then it’s not difficult to add to their understanding of how it went down… and less likely that anyone’s going to pick me up on a sloppy detail. Consequence number two is that everyone’s performing a little bit, even now in the era of blanket coverage. This went for daughter number one and daughter number two, stopped by a Sky crew on Vicarage Road at 11.15 and eager to wave their yellow, red and black garlands around their heads for the cameras. It went for the referee as well, who was irritatingly assiduous about free kicks being taken in the right spot but missed a lot of rather more fundamental stuff, frustrating both sides into the process. The close attention of Bournemouth’s aggressive midfield wasn’t acknowledged, Ian Harte’s lethal, cynical hack on Forestieri should have been given a red card… all round, tiresome. His performance was at the forefront of the girls’ post-match account to their great-grandmother, delivered with the withering shakes of the head of seasoned veterans.

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10th August 2013- Championship, Watford 6 AFC Bournemouth 1

BBC Sport Troy Deeney fired in a hat-trick as Watford thrashed newly promoted Bournemouth to go top of the table.

sky Troy Deeney hit a hat-trick as Watford hammered Bournemouth 6-1 in their Championship clash at Vicarage Road.

guardian Troy Deeney scored a second-half hat-trick as Watford demolished Bournemouth at Vicarage Road and sent a strong message to their Championship promotion rivals.

TelegraphWatford signalled their Premier League ambitions with five goals in a ruthless second half display to crush newly-promoted Bournemouth.

BHappy image Even for world-weary types like your correspondent, who prefer their battles hard-fought and their victories without any sense of entitlement, this is terribly hard to resist. It almost feels as if the anticlimax at Wembley didn’t happen; perhaps it was such a non-event, swimming in the spring heat haze, that any memories have simply evaporated and left little trace. What might’ve been a watershed moment just passed quietly into history, and here we are: the old gang, back together for another shot at the big time. Even for world-weary types, it’s a tantalising prospect.

 

12th August 2003-League Cup First Round, Watford 1 AFC Bournemouth 0 (After Extra Time)

The first game we played after the tragic death of Jimmy Davis.

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BBC SportWatford won this Carling Cup first-round clash against Bournemouth after extra time at a sombre Vicarage Road.

guardianWatford fans came to pay their respects to Jimmy Davis, who died in a car crash on Saturday, and the football seemed almost irrelevant. But after 108 minutes of stalemate, on came Scott Fitzgerald to slide in at the far post and, with his first touch, settle the tie.

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28th April 1998- New Division Two, Watford 2 AFC Bournemouth 1

The game where Steve Palmer wore the number one jersey and started in goal.  He swapped with Alec Chamberlain (who was no.4) after the first few seconds.  In the final fixture away at Fulham Palmer wore the number nine shirt meaning he became the first and only player in Football League history to have worn every number from 1-14 during a season.

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BSAD imageBSAD report: At last. We’ve been waiting for this – something recognisable as a celebration, something that feels a bit like the “old Watford” many of us fell in love with. Hurrah!

Who Ate All The Pies: STEVE PALMER WEARS EVERY SINGLE WATFORD SQUAD NUMBER IN SPACE OF ONE SEASON

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