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27th November 2016-Premier League, Watford 0 Stoke City 1

Previously v Stoke City                                                                 Attendance:20,058

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Matchday review

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Relive Watford v Stoke: Hornets fall to first home defeat since August

Poor Hornets miss opportunity

Hornets boss Mazzarri insists side deserved at least a point against Potters

Watford boss Mazzarri angry at performance of referee Bobby Madley

Prodl frustrated by “not dangerous” Stoke’s victory

Watford v Stoke reaction: Prodl turns ire on referee Madley

Watford v Stoke ratings: Low scores in dour defeat

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BHappy image If there’s a positive to be drawn it’s that we didn’t collapse. Despite being clearly second best we were still in the game throughout in the sense that a single goal would have nicked us something.

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27th November 2007- Championship, Watford 1 Burnley 2

Goals by Andy Gray and Joey Gudjonsson were enough to upset top-of-the-table Watford and give Owen Coyle his first win as Burnley boss.

I guess that’s what nine-point cushions are for.  But we need to instill some variety in our attacking play before Saturday;  it should take more to stop us playing than doubling up on our wide midfielders.

https://www.soccerbase.com/matches/results.sd?date=2007-11-27
https://www.11v11.com/league-tables/league-championship/27-november-2007/

27th November 2001-League Cup Fourth Round, Watford 3 Charlton Athletic 2 (After Extra Time)

BSAD image BSAD: Really, it’s impossible to capture it without immediately referring to an insane performance from Paul Robinson, who spent most of the first half stomping around to mark his territory on the left flank before leaving his kingdom to seek fulfilment of his schoolboy dream of being a dashing, swashbuckling goalscorer.

screen-shot-2016-09-27-at-16-59-05 Gianluca Vialli’s stated love for the League Cup, which he won in 1998 while player-manager at Chelsea, has seemed out of touch now that it is fashionable to devalue the competition, but last night his Watford team produced a performance to reinvigorate its romantic side.

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24th April 2004- New Division One, Watford 1 Norwich City 2

27th November 1999- Premier League, Watford 2 Sunderland 3

A late winner from midfielder Gavin McCann moved Sunderland back into the Premiership top three after lowly Watford threatened an upset in a controversial five-goal thriller at Vicarage Road.

The distance between where we want to be – and Sunderland spent most of the game sending us “WISH YOU WERE HERE” postcards – and where we actually are is huge and getting no smaller. There’s plenty of fight still, the need to overcome our limitations growing more urgent by the week. We’ve not going to give up, that much is clear. And, with things remaining tight as others continue to struggle just as badly, we’ve no reason to give up.

We were also honoured with Sir EJ’s first visit of the season. Just goes to show, folks, money can never buy you everything – not freedom nor the flexibility to spare the odd ninety minutes.

We started like we’d all known we needed to – and finally got the rewards that Coventry and bad refereeing had denied us in previous games. Ah, bad refereeing…but let’s not get ahead of ourselves.

https://www.soccerbase.com/matches/results.sd?date=1999-11-27
https://www.11v11.com/league-tables/premier-league/27-november-1999/