WATFORD 3-1 MANCHESTER UNITED
Watford fans could have been forgiven for thinking things couldn’t get much better after last week’s extraordinary comeback at West Ham. Well, they just did.
The brand new From the Rookery End podcast was recorded directly after the Hornets condemned the once mighty Manchester United to a third straight defeat, with Jon, Jordi and Mike doing their best to articulate their feelings after another momentous day at Vicarage Road. Give it a listen and relive the day the Golden Boys made the Premier League sit up and take notice. Again.
Come. On. You. ‘Orns.
WEST HAM 2-4 WATFORD
As always we headed to an away game more in hope than expectation, persuading ourselves that if nothing else, it would be nice to be back inside the Olympic Stadium…
To our delight it was the golden boys instead of the gold medals that took centre stage this time round, and in this podcast we try to do justice to what was an extraordinary, almost surreal afternoon at West Ham. We also take a look at what the future might look like for Watford and ask how it would feel if we had to follow West Ham away from our spiritual home.
What a day. What a time to be a Watford fan. What a time to download the latest From the Rookery End podcast!
COME ON YOU ‘ORNS!
Another active transfer window for Watford, aren’t they all under the Pozzo Family, so Jon and Mike Gathered to talk about the outs, the final few ins as well as the how were are feeling about the the increase in the number of players who have been brought and then sold.
The pod was recorded in front of a live Facebook and Periscope audience and we can’t thank the 100s of fans who watched and interacted with views and questions.
WATFORD 1-3 ARSENAL
Jon, Mike and Jordi look back at the battle with our nearest neighbours, the first half mistakes and the positive reaction in the 2nd half.
The decorum of the ref, the 5 debutants plus a final (and we believe it will be the final) goodbye to Matty Vydra.
WATFORD 1-2 CHELSEA
With Mike away topping up his tan in Greece, Jon and Jason are joined by Jordi to react to the home loss against Chelsea.
They talk about the rise of Etienne Capoue “Goal Scorer”, how the final 25 man squad is shaping up, and who might lose out after the signing of Roberto Pereyra and Younes Kabol. And with our aim to get more Watford fans on the podcast this season, Jon talks to Watford fans Paul Dewen (from the Denver Hornets) about his calculated prediction for the season, and Watford Blogger Bradley Hayden about his recent interview with former Watford Coach Dean Austin.