Tag: Scott Loach

24th September 2011- Championship, Watford 0 Nottingham Forest 1

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BBC SportIshmael Miller scored the only goal as Nottingham Forest moved out of the Championship relegation zone with victory at Watford.

TelegraphWatford, who had enjoyed the better of the second half, pressed on undeterred with John Eustace sending a well-struck shot straight into the arms of Lee Camp in the dying minutes of the game.

BHappy imageThe formation appears designed with containment in mind; containment not just of the opposition, but of our own creativity and imagination, as if getting too carried away might prove dangerous, as if risk and chance are things to be eliminated at all costs. Reinforcement of those ideas comes from the bench, with substitutions so numbingly conservative that they’re announced in the small ads of the Daily Mail rather than over the tannoy. The totality is a crumbling communist edifice, built with the thought that attacking is merely defending with the ball.

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28th August 2010- Championship, Watford 0 Leeds United 1

BBC SportLeeds captain Richard Naylor hit the winner in his 450th career appearance to end Watford’s unbeaten start to the season in a poor game at Vicarage Road.

skyLeeds United made it back-to-back Championship victories as captain Richard Naylor struck to end Watford’s unbeaten start to the season.

BSAD imageThe sort of game, frankly, that I was dreading in the summer. Leeds weren’t particularly better than us – but they were bigger, stronger and, crucially, one goal up for most of the game.

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10th August 2010-League Cup First Round, Aldershot Town 0 Watford 3

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Scott Loach warmed the bench two nights running, the first at the Recreation Ground and the second at the more glamourous surroundings of Wembley Stadium.   Rene Gilmartin made his Watford debut for this League Cup game whilst Scott was an unused sub.  The following day Ben Foster withdrew from the England squad to play Hungary and Fabio Capello called Loach up as a late replacement.  He didn’t play as England won 2-1.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/w/watford/8904098.stm

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