Things are going great… aren’t they? We wondered if we should stop and see if we are being taken away in this Premier League whirlwind – do we really have anything to grumble about?
Troy Deeney is back on the goal trail and the Hornets remain on the Wembley trail. It’s an amazing time to be a Watford supporter and here at From the Rookery End we’re determined to make the most of it…
A look back at Spurs away, a translation of an instagram from Paredes and a looking to the future of Watford and what might be our next step on the Hornets rollercoaster.
In another podcast this week, Jon, Jason and Mike, talk about the game, the end of the transfer window and chat to WD Sports Kevin Affleck about deadline day, plus Jon catches up with Watford’s Supporter Liaison Officer Dave Messenger about his new role.
The magic of the FA Cup. It doesn’t extend to Nottingham Forest stewards apparently. As we attempted to record, we were stopped in our tracks by a grumpy chap in a high vis jacket, making the Hornets’ last gasp winner all the sweeter…
It had to happen at some point didn’t it? The FTRE boys are back to look back on the Man City, Newcastle (FA Cup), Southampton, Swansea and Newcastle games where the Hornets got two wins, but only 3 Premier League points. Did the results tell the full story or how the Hornets are doing and how is the transfer window going?
What a year it’s been to be a Watford fan. 2015 has given us so many great moments and we end it in the top half of the Premier League – it’s been quite a long journey.
With Silver FM back on-air in the run up to Christmas, we decided to go on-air and do a LIVE podcast. The boys look back at the Man United, Norwich, Villa and Sunderland games, they ask if 7th is a true position for the Hornets and talk with Gifton Noel Williams and Allan Smart.
This Premier League lark is still not dull. Jon, Jason, Mike and Jordi chat about the West Ham and Leicester games, there’s a pep talk for Gomes and we hear Odion Ighalo like we never have before.
After a home defeat to Arsenal, Jon, Mike, Jordi and Andy went to Stoke on Trent to see the Hornets in action against a very difficult side. How has this teams attacking prowse developed this season?