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8th July 2015- Friendly, St.Albans City 0 Watford 4

Watford Observer

 Watford began the Quique Sanchez Flores era with a 4-0 win at local part-timers St Albans City

Prior to kick-off, as the players formed the line for the ‘respect’ handshake, they were joined by the Mayor of St Albans.  I don’t remember that happening when we played in the Football League.

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Taken from the programme on 31st July 2015- Friendly, Watford 0 Sevilla 1

26th July 2014- Friendly, St.Albans City 0 Watford 5

Watford ObserverTroy Deeney was a second-half substitute as Watford cruised to a comfortable 5-0 win at St Albans City.

When Saturday Comes: The St Albans City mascot makes his way to the bar area. 

The main topic of discussion when the team was announced was the presence of Deeney on the bench.  None of our party really believe that he will be with us come the end of the transfer window so it felt like a treat to see him in a Watford shirt again.

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Taken from the programme on 2nd August 2014- Friendly, Watford 2 Udinese 2

29th July 2009-Friendly, St.Albans City 1 Watford 4

Will Hoskins and Jordan Parkes marked their return to the Watford line-up with two goals apiece as the Hornets over came their neighbours St Albans City 4-1.


13th July 2002- Friendly, St.Albans City 2 Watford 4

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BSAD report: One day short of a year ago we were at Aylesbury, and the talk was of revolution, a press pack awaiting the appearance of our suave Italian manager in his white suit. A year on, Vialli is gone, there is a single photographer perched lazily along the touchline from the home side’s goal and most of those in attendance at Clarence Park wouldn’t recognise our new manager if he paid his money at the turnstiles and slouched onto the terraces with the rest of us.

13th August 2002- New Division One, Watford 0 Millwall 0