Tag: Newcastle United

5th May 2018- Premier League, Watford 2 Newcastle United 1

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Watford Observer

LIVE – Watford vs Newcastle United: Roberto Pereyra and Andre Gray on target as Hornets return to winning ways

Goals from Roberto Pereyra and Andre Gray secured Watford a 2-1 win over Newcastle United

Abdoulaye Doucoure: Watford midfielder wins Players’ Player of the Season award

Javi Gracia: Proud Watford boss hails resolute display after Newcastle United win secures Premier League survival

Watford vs Newcastle United Player Ratings – Roberto Pereyra and Etienne Capoue shine at Vicarage Road

Watford: Javi Gracia would ‘definitely like’ Will Hughes to get England recognition

Will Hughes believes Watford have needed to be more consistent in the Premier League this season

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25th November 2017- Premier League, Newcastle United 0 Watford 3

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Watford Observer

Newcastle United v Watford live blog: Hornets cap long trip to Newcastle with a second-straight win

Will Hughes and Andre Gray on target as Hornets seal comfortable Premier League win

In Pictures: Watford record fourth away win of season at Newcastle United

‘We could have had more’ says Marco Silva after superb win

Marvin Zeegelaar on song in Premier League win

Watford’s Andre Gray accepts his finishing was below-par in Premier League win over Newcastle United

BBC Sport Watford condemned Newcastle to a fourth straight defeat with a comfortable away win at St James’ Park.

sky Watford swept aside an out-of-form Newcastle with a 3-0 victory at St James’ Park in the Premier League on Saturday.

guardian Marco Silva is turning into such a hot managerial property he should probably be handled with oven gloves.

TelegraphIf there is anyone who has failed to grasp why Marco Silva’s reputation as a manager soars, take a look at Watford clinically dismantling Newcastle and pause for a moment to consider how easy they made it look.

BHappy imageHow times have changed.  Not just in that we come up to St.James’ Park and win, not just that such a win isn’t a smash and grab or a massive shock in itself, though both of those are remarkable.  The truly monumental thing is that we can come here and not play that well, actually, and win 3-0.

FranThe walk to St James’s Park is all uphill, but that is just the appetiser before the trek up to Level 7.  As we climbed, there were posters warning about the dangers and penalties for pyrotechnics.  One dire warning suggested that you could end up in A&E.  I was concerned that the walk to the gods was more likely to send me there.

The Hornets Nest As I was travelling home it was revealed that we would be featured first on Match of the Day, an incredibly rare occurrence after a Watford victory.  Unfortunately for me, Newcastle was so far away from my flat that I wouldn’t make it back in time for the start of the show.

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27th February 2010- Championship, Watford 1 Newcastle United 2

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BBC SportNewcastle extended their lead at the top of the Championship to six points with a workmanlike victory at Watford.

guardianNewcastle United completed a rich harvest from February when, in their sixth league match of the month, they took their tally to 13 points by overcoming a Watford side that was pretty in possession but toothless in front of goal. It was Newcastle’s first away win in six games since early December and extends their lead at the top of the division to six points, now from West Bromwich Albion.

TelegraphAnd so the Newcastle juggernaut rolls on. What was remarkable about this victory was its almost complete lack of anything to remark on. Two goals, and a six-point lead at the top of Championship, compiled with the minimum of fuss.

BHappy imageThe overriding emotion is one of frustration; dominance in the middle of the park is of limited value if you can’t defend a set piece, and don’t have the guile to unpick a defence. Enormously frustrating to see whatever neat passing we could fashion on what is suddenly a hugely unhelpful surface labour to create chances whilst free headers were being offered to Newcastle in our own box.

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