Two wins, a defeat, a draw and the standard controversy surrounding an away game at Bournemouth. As always, there is plenty to talk about in the new episode of From the Rookery End.
Watford are four games into the Premier League and we’ve had one heck of an end to a very active Transfer Window. Jon, Jason and Mike are joined by Jordi to talk about formation, farwells and fans feelings.
With excitement reaching new levels ahead of the new season, we thought it was about time we recorded another podcast. With Mike away at a gruelling pre-season training camp (Devon with the kids) Jon and Jason are joined at the Sevilla friendly by Jordi to discuss the impending assault on the Premier League…
We’re still a month away from the big kick off, but with the squad taking shape and pre-season friendlies well underway, we thought it was about time we gave the all new From the Rookery End Premier League microphone a run out and got out there amongst it.
In the last podcast of the 2014-15 season (and in the Championship) the boys look back over nine months of football, and how Watford made it into the Premier League.
It’s shaping out to be a special season, so we thought it was only right to create a special podcast. For this bumper edition Jason, Mike and Jon were let loose on the airwaves, broadcasting for two hours on local station Silver FM.
6 wins in 7 games… shall we repeat that? Yes – 6 wins in 7 games. Jon, Mike and Andy (Mike’s brother) chat after the 1-0 win over Fulham and look back on a great month, forward to the last 11 games and chat to John Saloman, Watford Ladies Manager, about their up coming season.
Three years into the Pozzo Era, Jon, Jason and Mike decided to get rid of all the nagging questions as to why Watford aren’t quite there yet.
Another trip to Chelsea for Watford in the FA Cup, and the FTRE boys decided to make it the venue of the first podcast of 2015. There is a more positive month of results, but will the boys be more positive about the team?
For our December 2014 podcast, Jon, Jason and Mike head to Royston to see Watford in the 2nd Round of the Herts Senior Cup! The boys discuss 4 straight defeats, chat to Head of Academy Chris McGuane and, captain on the night, Tommie Hoban.