Tag: Notts County
BSAD reprot: The ‘Orns got off to what is becoming a customary bright start once the initial meet and greet stuff had finished and the ball was allowed to meet the turf. In an enjoyable difference from the usual pattern of these sort of games, we got an early lead and never looked back.
BSAD reports: Even having been there to witness it, it seems barely possible that this can have been worse than the first leg against Cheltenham. But it was. Much worse. An absolute abomination, a performance that rotted away before your very eyes. Jesus.
This was a slippery slope of a game, often literally, which started out brightly, with plenty of early forward insurgencies and more than competent defensive work. But as the minutes began to crawl by, the Curse of Worthington enveloped Vicarage Road, sucking the life from our fine body of men, leaving them at first on a par with, and finally below, way below, their industrious but seemingly unambitious lower-league opponents.
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100 Greatest Watford Wins- No.83: Watford had a new ‘front four’ to strike fear into the hearts of any defence even if they were also a trifle profligate at the back. Rachid Harkouk caught them cold in the fourth minute and they still hadn’t regained their composure when Christie scored the second. The Magpies were in serious trouble, nine points adrift of safety and were playing with the urgency of a team that feared for its lives.
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