WEST BROM 3-1 WATFORD
A slight change to normal operations (and not this isn’t train related), and we find Mike and his brother Andy in Barcelona for El Classico, 1000 miles away from The Hawthorns.
The boys experience a very different matchday, keep up with what was going on at The Hawthorns from a far, but hear from Tim Watlake, FTRE official international officer, who went to West Brom with Paolo Pascolo, our Udinese correspondent.
Watford 0-1 Stoke
With Jon still off Podding duties, David Cameron Walker is hosting with Jason and Mike, and they disect a terrible afternoon against Stoke. Yes the Ref gets discussed, but the players discipline and they look ahead to West Brom. Plus, what does this team have to do to match the team of the 1980s?
Watford 2-1 Leicester
Special guest host Kelly Somers was joined by Mike and the Denver Hornets to run the rule over Watford’s fantastic win over the Premier League Champions. Hear just how much Mike likes Seb Prodl, learn what it’s like to watch Watford form across the Atlantic and help us decide which historical Watford kits should be immortalised in a new piece of artwork. Oh, and revel in all the fun and frolics of another memorable game at Vicarage Road – all on this week’s From the Rookery End podcast!
Our love for for Watford can come out in many different ways, writing books is just one of them. The Tales from The Vicarage books are now an annual addition to our book selves and the live events at the Palace theatre also.
FTRE were granted backstage access to the event, where Mike spoke to Tony Coton, Tommy Mooney and host Adam Leventhal.
Liverpool 6-1 Watford:
In a change from the normal, Mike is Joined by David Cameron Walker, as the two look back on what was a terrible result up at Anfield.
You’ll also hear an apology from Arlo and Jon talks to Lionel Birmie about the 5th edition of Tales From The Vicarage (out next week).
A bad day at the office, and hopefully it will be very much a one off change from the normal.