There’s no getting away from it, it’s Wembley week and we’re excited. You’ll probably be able to tell… Anyway, if you can get past our childlike enthusiasm, you’ll hear us talk Heurelho’s heroics, feel a bit sorry for West Ham and share our largely dismal memories of Watford’s past Semi Final appearances. Oh, and we kidnap a Palace fan. Obviously.
We’ve been so lucky doing this podcast, we’ve got to meet a lot of players and managers. This week we were lucky enough to talk to Quique Sanchez Flores.
In this podcast they talk about the biggest defeat of the season away at Arsenal, talk to Ed from “In The Wolf’s Mouth” blog about the future of QSF and after collecting for Prostate Cancer at Wembley, we catch up with some of the Watford fans who walked 27 miles from Luton to Watford for the charity this last week.
A great week to be a Watford fan, bragging rights over mates and a trip to Wembley in the very near future! Then we played Stoke and came crashing back down Earth. On this weeks podcast Jon, Jason and Mike look back on the Stoke game and chat with Jay Jay from the USA – Jay Demerit!
A trip to the Emirates, that could be a fun day out of 8,000 Watford fans… and it bloomin’ was! A 2-1 win over Arsenal was one of those special days to be a Watford fan. On the pod we talk about the game, meet up with our mate Tayo to have a pie and […]
In a shorter podcast, recorded directly after Watford 0-1 defeat to the Foxes, Jon, Jordi and Jason talk discuss the width in the Watford squad, plus we hear from Odion Ighalo as he takes part in a classic TV quiz!
In the latest podcast we examine both games and look forward to the visit of Champions elect (?!) Leicester City. We also try to get to the bottom of our lack of goals, reveal our choice of Watford’s cult hero and wonder whether our beloved Watford could be an integral part of a new footballing world order…
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.