Tag: Jan14

14th January 2017-Premier League, Watford 0 Middlesbrough 0

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LIVE: Vicarage Road pays tribute to Graham Taylor as Watford play out uninspiring draw with Middlesbrough

Minute’s applause for Watford legend Graham Taylor

Hornets unable to deliver winning tribute to Taylor

Watford boss thinks side’s performance could have been affected by Graham Taylor tributes during Boro draw

Hornets boss Mazzarri feels side were unlucky not to beat Middlesbrough

Watford v Middlesbrough: How did Hornets rate in goalless draw?

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14th January 2012- Championship, Watford 1 Reading 2

Substitute Adam Le Fondre scored late on as Reading came from behind to overcome a battling Watford. The comeback ensured Shaun Cummings’ blushes were spared after he turned into his own goal in the 29th minute to put the hosts in front. Jimmy Kebe struck back for Reading just before the break when he headed in Hal Robson-Kanu’s cross from close range.

 When – and if – people talk of how television has revolutionised football, this is probably not what they have in mind. When – and if – it ever comes to a blessed end, the Sky era will chiefly be remembered for wall-to-wall blaring hype, monumental amounts of crassly-spent cash, endless slow motion replays of ball-to-hand incidents accompanied by the phrase “I’ve seen them given”, Andy bloody Gray, and the systematic obliteration of all football before 1993. It won’t be remembered for Watford v Reading on a Saturday teatime in January, episode twenty-five of a low-budget daytime soap opera watched by a dwindling audience. I’ve no idea who was doing the punditry for this one, but full credit to them if they managed to avoid letting out a lengthy sigh at some point.

https://www.soccerbase.com/matches/results.sd?date=2012-01-14
https://www.11v11.com/league-tables/league-championship/14-january-2012/

14th January 2004- FA Cup Third Round Replay, Chelsea 4 Watford 0

Chelsea brushed aside Watford to book a fourth round tie with Scarborough.

The Watford manager Ray Lewington wished Scarborough good luck in a tone of comic pity, yet his own side took credit for the vim shown despite the unavailability of their injured forward Heidar Helguson. The Icelander was rumbustious in the 2-2 draw at Vicarage Road that had slotted into a sequence of troubled games for Chelsea.

This should be no surprise. After all, it’s what everyone expected to happen, what was tacitly being written into the history books before the game kicked off. The surprise was the draw in the first game, a game we might even have won… and the enormity of that achievement was only underlined by the degree to which we were ultimately outclassed in this replay.

https://www.soccerbase.com/matches/results.sd?date=2004-01-14