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Since the podcast started in 2010, our monthly editions have looked back at a series of matches. We like to reflect and look at a developing stories that develop over a few games, not pick every game to pieces.

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7.37 – Player of the Season

Hull City 2-0 Watford After a let down of a game v Hull, Jon, Jason and Mike (with the help of Mike Smart) talk about the match. Plus Arlo tells us what we should do instead of booing and the boys (with even more help from other Watford fans) talk through the potential Players of […]

7.36 – 40 Point Podcast Party

And relax… Well maybe not yet, with 6 games yet to go, but Watford have met the mythical 40 points (almost certain to guarantee PL football for another season). With Jon away, Jason and Mike are lead by Kelly Somers to talk through the match, the exit of Harry Kewell as U23 boss and who […]

7.35 – No substitute for Deeney

The boys are also joined by Andy Lewers from Hornets Nest Blog, who puts his case forward for Troy Deeney to be crowed Player of the Season and Jon talk to Paul Goss, Pete Bradshaw and Frances Lynn about the At Your Place event this week.

7.34 – Together again

WATFORD 2-0 WEST BROM After a 2nd win on the trot for the Hornets, Jon, Mike and DCW, chat about the events of the game and the fact that Watford now sit 9th, on 37 points. Over the next few podcasts we will be profiling a different player with a different Watford fan putting a […]

7.33 – Troyless, but not Joyless

WATFORD 1-0 SUNDERLAND With a win that takes the Hornets to 34 points (6 to go), Jon, Jason and Mike discuss how the squad performed when missing 3 key (first names on the teamsheet) players – Deeney, Behrami and Prodl. ALSO we launch our first ever edition of Going for GoldEN. Your chance to win […]

7.32 – Coton, Blissett, Wilkinson and Dyche

This week saw the 5th Live event for Tales from The Vicarage. Adam Leventhal was joined on the Palace Theatre Stage by a quadruplet of legends – Sean Dyche, Luther Blissett, Paul Wilkinson and Tony Coton. Jon and Mike were invited back stage and got to talk each of them.

7.31 – Saints, sinners and not enough winners

Watford 3-4 Southampton The reaction to this weeks defeat wasn’t great. Jason and Jon talk through the game post match and then Jon and Mike ask: where should Watford fans expectations be?

7.30 – The Golden Girls

In an extra podcast, we look at the Watford Ladies team who have just started in the FA Spring Series. Jon talks to Kieran Theivam, Watford fan and host of Women’s Soccer Zone Podcast, talks us through where Watford stand in the Women’s system. Plus he talks to the new Watford Ladies manager, Keith Boanas, […]

7.29 – No substitute for Success

Watford 1-1 West Ham The boys talk through the home draw against the Hammers, the injuries, the substitutes and why the two halves were so different. We also discuss the most embarrassing moments in Watford’s history and we welcome Stefano Okaka to the pod to find out a bit more about the Striker.

7.28 – Strangely Satisfied

MANCHESTER UNITED 2-0 WATFORD Watford lost a game, but the boys are doing alright – how things change! The boys hand over the podcast to you and answers your questions and discuss the points you brought up on Twitter.

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