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30th March 1996- New Division One, Wolverhampton Wanderers 3 Watford 0


The scoreline doesn’t tell the whole story. For twenty minutes at the start, we were easily the best side and had chances to take the lead – we didn’t take them and paid the price. Within the first ten minutes, we’d come close to scoring – a Ramage free kick was comfortably tipped over by the Wolves keeper, then Moralee got on the end of a Dixon cross but the ball was smothered and eventually cleared.


24th October 1995- League Cup Third Round, Watford 1 Blackburn Rovers 2

Premiership champions, eh? Without the, erm, charismatic inspiration of Dalglish, Blackburn Rovers have been exposed as utter cack. Expensive, aristocratic cack, but cack nonetheless. Their European Cup adventures have revealled a team without class – clueless, English battle-hard-and-you’ll-get-a-result football at its worst. They’ve been an unholy mess in the league too. Let’s face it, I fancied our chances.