We had huge levels of interest in the Scott Duxbury special, so thanks to everyone that listened and for all the great feedback we received. One of the key messages that we took away form the interview was how integral the Harefield Academy remains to the club’s plans, something that some supporters had questioned after the Pozzo family takeover. This was obviously great to hear, and in this podcast we continue our investigation into the state of the Watford youth setup with an interview with Academy Chief, Chris McGuane.
Jon, Jason and Mike are back as Watford face the last 12 games of this season. They talk with defensive master Gabriele Angella about his season at Watford so far as well as taking a look at the U18 boys and chatting with friend of the podcast Nick Cox.
In the February From The Rookery End, Jon, Jason and Mike talk about which of the games from the last month was the most significant, look at the squad after the transfer window, add two new objects into the 100 Object list, and more!
There’s not been a huge amount of football since the last FTRE podcast, but Jon, Jason, Mike and Andy talk at the Bristol City and Bournemouth games about how this season might turn out, award the Ballon d’Orn, catch up with Watford Commentator Jon Marks and chat with Defender Daniel Pudil.
The boys have reached 50 podcasts! And in this special edition they say goodbye to Zola and start to see how Beppe Sannino starts out as Head Coach of Watford FC.
After what must be the worst month of results during the short FTRE history, Jon, Mike and Tom (from Vital Watford) chat about the recent poor form, dealing with expectations and chat about christmas lists and the Watford Book – Tales From The Vicarage Vol. 2.
For November’s podcast, Jon, Jason and Mike are back in the pub. The plan was to be at the Herts Senior Cup clash, but it was postponed! This month it’s time to disect the starting XI.
Recorded at the Norwich League Cup game and Wigan home games, this month’s see Jon, Jason and Mike talk about how the new boys are settling in and the news on the new East Stand. They catch up with the New York Hornets and the big interview is with the young goalkeeper Jonathan Bond.
This month, Jon, Jason and Mike are at Capital One cup match, Watford v Bournemouth, look back on how the team have faired against Forest and Reading, discuss rivals and are lucky enough get to watch the second half of the game with no other than Marco ‘The Beard” Cassetti.
The latest episode of From The Rookery End includes reflections on Watford’s excellent start to the season with Watford author Lionel Birnie, along with a look ahead to his upcoming book – Tales From The Vicarage Vol.2.