Tag: Middlesbrough

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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16th October 2016- Premier League, Middlesbrough 0 Watford 1

Referee: Roger East
Attendance: 28,131
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 Jon Mark’s 3CR commentary
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Relive Watford’s trip to Middlesbrough where a Jose Holebas strike sealed three points

Jose Holebas fires Watford to Premier League win at Middlesbrough

Walter Mazzarri expects more from Watford in attack despite Middlesbrough win

Watford boss plays down post match argument between Holebas and Capoue at Middlesbrough

Watford Younes Kaboul believes Roger East was pressured by the Middlesbrough crowd not to send off Antonio Barragan

Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka accuses Watford of time wasting in home defeat

Jose Holebas’ fine strike settled a poor game as Watford’s victory left Middlesbrough still looking for a first home win of the Premier League season.

After a goalless first half that saw Antonio Barragan escape a sending off, the midfielder curled a delightful effort into the top corner nine minutes into the second period. 

Watford had barely threatened all afternoon but took the lead with a far more convincing strike from Holebas. The Greek international stole the ball from Cristhian Stuani and lashed a shot inside Victor Valdes’ near post from 20 yards.

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podcast: A Cholevas Good Win

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 report: A Clean Sheet and Three Points at the Riverside

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 report: If someone had warned me about the stress that would come with supporting Watford, I probably would have opted out. Unfortunately however, I’m too far in and as a consequence I found myself in Middlesbrough on a Sunday afternoon.

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6th April 2015- Championship, Watford 2 Middlesbrough 0

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BBC SportTroy Deeney became the first Watford player to score 20 goals in three successive seasons as Middlesbrough lost their place at the Championship summit.

skyMiddlesbrough moved back to the top of the table with a 1-0 win over Wigan on Friday, but they were knocked off the summit within three days by Watford, who moved into pole position themselves before being usurped by Bournemouth and Norwich later on Easter Monday.

TelegraphWatford actually grew stronger as the game went on, and could have won by a wider margin than two. Even more encouraging was the way they defended the threat of Patrick Bamford, one of the Championship’s in-form strikers, who barely got a sight of goal.

guardian With his stilted English delivered in unwavering monotone, Slavisa Jokanovic – Watford’s fourth manager of the season – seems an unlikely inspiration but in these most pressured circumstances his side produced probably their most convincing display of the season.

BHappy imageAitor Karanka was later to join the ranks of managers complaining about our strike threat as if it’s some kind of unfair advantage, like a twelfth player or a bribed referee.

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6th October 2012- Championship, Watford 1 Middlesbrough 2

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BBC SportScott McDonald scored a late winner for Middlesbrough as they beat 10-man Watford at Vicarage Road.  The home side took the lead when an Andre Bikey error led to Matej Vydra’s shot being parried and Troy Deeney pounced to score from close range.

BHappy imageIt’s fair to say that a quarter of an hour or so in few will have been anticipating this kind of scoreline. We were aided in no small part by the very early opening, resultant from a weak backpass from the Centre Back Formerly Known as Bikey… Vydra latched onto it, Steele blocked his shot but the ball broke for Troy Deeney to loft the ball into an empty net.

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28th April 2012- Championship, Watford 2 Middlesbrough 1

Final programme notes from Sean Dyche and Laurence Bassini

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Middlesbrough missed out on the play-offs with a defeat at Watford. The visitors needed a win and Cardiff, to lose in order to sneak into the top six.

 As you always do on the final day, you look around the pitch for signs of what next season might bring, for the points that need addressing, for the players who need tying down lest they fly away. One last look before a summer of idle discussion and speculation…and we’ll mostly leave all of that for the footie-less weeks.