Tag: Sep10

10th September 2016-Premier League, West Ham United 2 Watford 4

screen-shot-2016-09-12-at-23-36-22clips of Jon Marks BBC 3CR commentary

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Match Review

Walter’s comments:I am very, very happy, especially to produce a win in a game where we were losing by two

Video highlights

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Live report
Full time report
In pictures
Hornets boss Mazzarri always believed his team could claim comeback win over Hammers

Watford boss delighted with mentality of captain Deeney

West Ham release statement on violence during Watford match

How Watford’s players rated in West Ham win

Deeney: ‘Disrespectful’ West Ham spurred us on

Deeney slams “fickle” critics after netting first goal

Hornets boss describes new signing as a great player after first start against Hammers

Hammers ban 13 fans for crowd trouble during Watford match

BBC image report

SKY image report

Screen Shot 2016-09-05 at 22.56.39report:We took the bag that West Ham thought the game was safely tucked away in, emptied it, clubbed them round the head with it, popped Dimitri Payet inside and lobbed it to Younes Kaboul who drop-kicked it into the stinking River Lea.

Fran’s report

FTRE image podcast

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10th September 2011-Championship, Reading 0 Watford 2

BBC SportReading slipped to a fourth straight defeat as Watford picked up their first Championship win of the season.Winger Mark Yeates opened the scoring in the 12th minute when he curled a 25-yard set piece over the wall and into the bottom corner.

Royals.org: With three new signings making their home debut against a team without a win so far this season, there was an air of optimism among the Reading fans before kick off in spite a poor run of results. What followed left everyone at the club feeling deflated if not demoralised.

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10th September 2002- League Cup First Round, Watford 1 Luton Town 2

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BBC SportJoint probe launched into trouble

Luton Town pulled off a shock Worthington Cup first round giant killing act at bitter rivals Watford in a match marred by scenes of violence.

guardianDouble probe into Watford violence

BSAD imageBSAD report:Police vans are parked all along Vicarage Road, and the stadium is blocked off completely to contain trouble at the Red Lion corner. We retreat to avoid the rising tension among the gathering crowd behind the police line, taking a safer route around the allotments. We arrive, entering the Rookery to see a mob from the away end marauding in front of the lower Rous. The atmosphere is poisonous. The mob surges, recedes, surges again, bored by the lack of resistance. A lone lunatic attempts to jump into the Rous near the halfway line to fight, taking no notice of the children around his chosen target; the corner flag is used as a missile; someone takes a kicking; a group of self-appointed moral defenders charges up the touchline from the Rookery to take on the invaders. It’s madness. There are no police inside the ground.

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