On Season 2, Episode 12 of the You Orns! podcast host and lifelong Watford FC supporter Omar Moore reviews Watford 2, Sunderland 2 in the EFL Championship at Vicarage Road (played on September 17, 2022.) Plus: Rob Edwards on the match and Keinan Davis on his first goal for Watford. And: Some ways to make the Watford approach work on the pitch. Follow You Orns! (Twitter) at https://twitter.com/YouOrnsWFC. This podcast is available on numerous podcasting platforms. Episode publish date: September 17, 2022. The YOU ORNS! Ten Minute Take (on YOU ORNS! YouTube Channel) Watford 2, Sunderland 2: https://bit.ly/3dnGnl6 Subscribe to the You Orns! YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/3h2hZnd FYI: Watford news, match reports and stories: https://youornswfc.wordpress.com. Follow You Orns! on Twitter: https://twitter.com/YouOrnsWFC Follow You Orns! on Instagram: https://instagram.com/YouOrnsWFC. #WatfordFC --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/omar-moore8/support
What's the buzz down Vicarage Road? Are they feeling Pozzo-tive? I know, I'll stop.Coming a bit later than usual due to some ridiculously busy schedules, our Chris Wynn had the pleasure of the company of a man many of us will identify with a particular era of Sky Sports coverage and many a deadline day drama - Adam Leventhal - who now covers Watford and more for The Athletic! Talking about his career, his love of his childhood club and the managerial merry-go-round that is Watford FC! What's the crack? How has Adam been doing of late? Chris does his thing as he rummages around his guests head for information. The magic of deadline day and SSN - Has it been lost in a world of social media and the rest? How is he enjoying covering The Hornets currently? Bit like being covered in them? Adam details the ups and downs of Watford under the ownership of the Pozzo family; Give Edwards a chance - Is the constant churn of coaches and managers really a good thing? Adam doesn't think so… What does he think the club needs to do since falling from the PL - are they looking close to being ready to bounce back up? Paying tribute to the late and great Lance Hardy, who he worked with on the 'Tales From The Red & Whites' book series; How does he feel after watching Sunderland morph into Barca against Reading the night before last? All this and more! A fascinating chat with a lovely lad!Listen in! #SAFC #EFLChampionship #WatfordFC Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ahead of Saturday's game against the Black Cats at Vicarage Road we speak to Ant from the Roker Report and compare injury crises! Carl is having to take a bit of time away, so Peter has to actually put a prediction forward whilst pretending to be Carl and does so upsetting Justin at the first opportunity. We discuss football documentaries and why they shouldn't be made about your football team unless Peter Reid is in it and swears a lot! We also discuss a bargain basement discovery from Watford who became a legend at Sunderland who may or may not have had a hair transplant! COYH! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Aged 27, former Watford defender Tommie Hoban suddenly quit football. In this latest Player Take Over episode of the podcast, his former Aberdeen teammate Michael Devlin, and Nutmeg's Daniel Gray, ask him about a childhood spent with Arsenal, non-league struggles, establishing himself at Vicarage Road and his early attitude to injuries. They talk too of the pressures placed on promising teenager footballers, a debut asthma attack, squad initiation songs and signing yourself on Football Manager.Before all of that, Dan catches up with Mikey about his progress since their last recording, including a Lancashire trial, Blackpool amusements and making toasties in trouser presses. And Tommie will join Mikey and Dan again next time, picking up the conversation and bringing us to that decision to retire early. Never read Nutmeg magazine? We have offers on back issues and subscriptions. See https://www.nutmegmagazine.co.uk/shopSupport the show
On Season 2, Episode 9 of the You Orns! podcast host and lifelong Watford FC supporter Omar Moore reviews Watford 2, Middlesbrough 1 in the EFL Championship at Vicarage Road (played on Aug. 30, 2022.) Watford overcome a Vic 100 hangover and exude confidence and character for a dramatic late win courtesy of Vakoun Bayo against Middlesbrough at The Vic. Plus: Watford FC Women roll on at Bridgwater United, making it two wins from two. And: Some Watford FC fans are apparently without logic or perspective on Rob Edwards. Follow You Orns! (Twitter) at https://twitter.com/YouOrnsWFC. This podcast is available on numerous podcasting platforms. Episode publish date: August 30, 2022. The YOU ORNS! Ten Minute Take (on YOU ORNS! YouTube Channel) Watford 2, Middlesbrough 1: https://bit.ly/3pWWNUn Subscribe to the You Orns! YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/3h2hZnd FYI: Watford news, match reports and stories: https://youornswfc.wordpress.com. Follow You Orns! on Twitter: https://twitter.com/YouOrnsWFC Follow You Orns! on Instagram: https://instagram.com/YouOrnsWFC. #WatfordFC --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/omar-moore8/support
Vakoun Bayo scores a 93rd minute winner to ensure Watford seal the 3 points on the 100 year anniversary of Vicarage Road. The lads also talk about some of their memorable moments at The Vic over the years! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On the evening Watford celebrated 100 years at Vicarage Road the team gave us a special moment with a last minute winner. Jon, Jason, Mike and DCW discuss. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mike, Jason and Jordi convene after Watford's 3-2 loss to QPR to pick the bones out of the match and assess what is not quite working for Rob Edwards' side on the pitch at the moment, and there's discussion of the many off pitch issues too as the squad continues to exist in a state of flux ahead of the window shutting next week. There's also a chat with Adam Leventhal for the latest on the status of Joao Pedro and Ismalia Sarr, plus we hear from Xisco Munoz after Adam caught up with him exclusively for The Athletic last week. AND with the 100 years of Vicarage Road celebrations about to kick into full gear on Tuesday at the match v Middlesbrough, we hear from Geoff Wicken about the new book he has written to celebrate this landmark date in Watford's history. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On Season 2, Episode 8 of the You Orns! podcast host and lifelong Watford FC supporter Omar Moore reviews Watford 2, QPR 3 in the EFL Championship at Vicarage Road (played on Aug. 27, 2022.) Watford lack depth, discipline, defence and decision making skills when it counts the most. Plus: Other reasons why Watford FC lost against a QPR side with less quality. Also: A referee named Luton Town. And: Transfer concerns, the critical Vic 100 match at The Vic against Middlesbrough and the mentality required. Follow You Orns! (Twitter) at https://twitter.com/YouOrnsWFC. This podcast is available on numerous podcasting platforms. Episode publish date: August 27, 2022. The YOU ORNS! Ten Minute Take (on YOU ORNS! YouTube Channel) Watford 2, QPR 3: https://bit.ly/3wApZUJ Subscribe to the You Orns! YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/3h2hZnd FYI: Watford news, match reports and stories: https://youornswfc.wordpress.com. Follow You Orns! on Twitter: https://twitter.com/YouOrnsWFC Follow You Orns! on Instagram: https://instagram.com/YouOrnsWFC. #WatfordFC --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/omar-moore8/support
::: Welcome EVERYONE TO TMA FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE ::: TONIGHTS SHOW the team will take ALL YOUR'E opinions on this weekends clash at VICARAGE ROAD against QPR in the EFL CHAMPIONSHIP. A BIG THANK YOU to all of you for your opinions and topics :::
It's another early start to the footballing weekend again for our beloved Clarets, so that means an earlier than usual Preview Show. Joining Natalie in the studio this week are Charlotte & Rich to look ahead to Friday's trip to Vicarage Road.Along with Dave's stats & history we have an Opposition View from Jon Moonie from our friends at From The Rookery End & a GW1 update from Adam, revealing the early leaders in the NNN FPL & some tips for GW2.We also have a shiny new QQ from Dave - please DM answers so as not to give it away!!Who replaced the injured Brian Jensen in goal for the last few minutes of the game, when Burnley played Watford at Vicarage Road in the Championship in August 2005?
We've been gone for a while, but least we had an excuse (or 3)! In this special summer episode, Victor's roommate Hector subbed in for hosts Debbie and Alex to talk with the guys about all that's gone done this Summer season.Elton John's final Farewell Yellow Brick Road show at Vicarage Road stadium, Bilbao BBK Live, Pitchfork Music Festival, The Weeknd at Soldier Field, and Lollapalooza all get covered.
Burnley face their toughest test of the season so far when they travel to Vicarage Road to take on Watford, who of course were relegated from the Premier League alongside the Clarets last season. Both teams have a new manager, both teams are still settling into life in the Championship, but the Hornets are the side that have managed to keep hold of their Premier League stars, such as Sarr & Dennis, meaning the Clarets inexperienced back line will likely face a tough afternoon. But could the Clarets get some joy in other areas? The Watford lads seem to think so... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Watford remain unbeaten after their first away game in this Championship campaign, but how?! Well, Jon, Mike and his brother Andy gathered at the final whistle to try and work out exactly that. It was a tough watch but a welcome point; sensational then slack from Sarr, interspersed with some brilliance from Bachmann and defiant defending, all combining to mean the Hornets escaped the Hawthorns with what has to be deemed a lucky point. As well as the West Brom debrief, Jon spoke to the incredible Ann Swanson at the recent Junior Hornets fun day, and another bona fide legend in the shape of Sir Nigel Gibbs, who was in attendance at the launch of the Vicarage Road centenary exhibition at Watford Museum. Two legends, a legendary goal and a point on the road. What's not to love? This is From the Rookery End. Come on you ‘Orns. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We review our rough 1-0 loss to Watford at Vicarage Road and preview our upcoming match against Millwall at Bramall Lane. Chad will be in attendance this weekend so hit him up if you want to meet him! Follow us on Facebook and Twitter https://www.facebook.com/theredhalfofsheffield/ Twitter - @redsheffield Blades in the USA https://www.facebook.com/bladesintheusa/ Twitter - @bladesintheusa Noah Snyder Instagram - @Sunpuck Twitter - @Nessman930 Chad Jarvis Instagram and Twitter - @cjarvis_13 That Millwall Podcast @thatmillwallpod --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chad-jarvis13/support
With less than a week to go before the start of the 2022/23 season, Jon, Mike and Jordi gathered to discuss the state of play of Watford ahead of the big kick off. Jordi gives us an eyewitness account of the hornets final preseason game, Mike has lots to says about Gino Pozzo's transfer dealings and Jon asks are we dreaming of or demanding promotion for Watford FC? Plus we discuss the captaincy, the new kits and shrewd Pozzo business. Season 13 of FTRE and season 100 at Vicarage Road is only days away. Here we go again… COME ON YOU ORNS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Earlier in July, we recorded a podcast all about a little window with a big history.The famous box window at The Old Sweet Shop cottage on Vicarage Road in Minehead is home to a regularly rotating window display which celebrates its historic location and the surrounding community.This short podcast talks of our favourite displays over the years and touches on the history of the window and the shop which lay behind.We hope you enjoy this sweet little indulgence, but if you'd like to know more about the history of The Old Sweet Shop, take a listen to this podcast recorded in 2021.Of course, if you'd like to book a stay at this historic cottage, simply follow this link to our direct booking site, where you'll find all the details and the latest pricing and availability.
The season may be over, but FTRE isn't going anywhere! One of the big stories of recent weeks has been the appointment of new Head Coach Rob Edwards, and we were recently lucky enough to spend some time with him at Vicarage Road. In this very special podcast, you'll get to hear exactly what he said. Mike, Jon and Jas chat to the new man about a host of topics including learning from Graham Taylor and Kenny Jackett, what his friends thought when he took the precarious job at WD18, his style of play and hopes and expectations for the new season.Rob (as you'll hear him insist we call him!) is open and honest and we think the chat will make for a great listen. It's a new era at Vicarage Road; this is your opportunity to hear directly form the man charged with making it a successful one. Welcome to Watford, Rob. Come on you ‘Orns! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The season may be over, but FTRE isn't going anywhere! One of the big stories of recent weeks has been the appointment of new Head Coach Rob Edwards, and we were recently lucky enough to spend some time with him at Vicarage Road. In this very special podcast, you'll get to hear exactly what he said. Mike, Jon and Jas chat to the new man about a host of topics including learning from Graham Taylor and Kenny Jackett, what his friends thought when he took the precarious job at WD18, his style of play and hopes and expectations for the new season. Rob (as you'll hear him insist we call him!) is open and honest and we think the chat will make for a great listen. It's a new era at Vicarage Road; this is your opportunity to hear directly form the man charged with making it a successful one. Welcome to Watford, Rob. Come on you ‘Orns! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As the end of the season finally (finally!) hives into view, and with the new Head Coach signed, sealed and delivered, attentions are starting to turn to the Watford squad, and which of them will be staying or going. That's the focus of this, the latest From the Rookery End podcast, in which The Athletic's Adam Leventhal is joined by Mike and DCW to discuss what is sure to be a busy summer of ins and outs at Vicarage Road. The futures of big names such as Ismailia Sarr, Emmanuel Dennis and Imran Louza are all discussed, with your hosts also trying to identify what is needed if the Hornets are to have a successful season back in the Championship. We're nearly there. Thanks for sticking with us. Come on you ‘Orns.
Jimbo is joined by Daniel Storey, Dom Fifield and Sasha Goryunov after Liverpool hoover up yet more silverware. It's another shootout victory for Liverpool in the FA Cup final as their squad players step up again and Chelsea's season turns into an anti-climax. Liverpool's title hopes are given a boost by the brilliant Bowen who will surely be making his England debut very soon, as Mahrez misses the chance to put Man City on the verge of the title. Leeds are the big winners at the bottom after their last-gasp point against Brighton. Are Everton playing too many games like they're cup finals and is too much hoopla before matches causing them to lose control? And what alternatives can we find to penalties after Burnley are punished particularly harshly by a spot-kick awarded in their match with Tottenham. Plus Mark Noble, Prince Albert and the Roy Hodgson debacle at Vicarage Road. RUNNING ORDER: • PART 1: Liverpool win the FA Cup (02m 30s) • PART 2: West Ham 2-2 Man City (18m 00s) • PART 3: The battle at the bottom (33m 00s) • PART 4: Noble, Forest and the rest of the Premier League weekend (49m 00s) SIGN UP TO THE ATHLETIC TODAY FOR £1 A MONTH FOR THE FIRST 6 MONTHS • theathletic.com/totally GET IN TOUCH: • follow us on Instagram • find us on Facebook • send us a tweet: @TheTotallyShow READ STUFF ON OUR WEBSITE: • check out thetotallyfootballshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's James and Ryan representing the ATP again bringing to you all the excitement (or lack thereof) from Everton's 0-0 draw at Vicarage Road against Watford's B team. The show includes an interesting debate continued from the ATP Discord on Everton's tactical approach that asks a lot of questions – was Everton too pragmatic? Should Frank have ditched the 541 and revert back to the 4141/433 from April? Did he wait too long to make adjustments or to make subs? Or is this Everton just lacking some quality? Beyond that, we get into some fascinating numbers capturing just how futile Watford's attack was and how inefficient Everton was with its opportunities. Ultimately, the real question is - was this is a missed opportunity or a valuable point on the road? Tune into the ATP and let us know what you think! LINKS: https://linktr.ee/usatoffeepod Intro: Steve Barkwill Production: James Boyman Outro: Kenboib Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A point at home... How strange! In a match that will not go down in Premier League history, with two poor sides, Watford fans left Vicarage Road with a very strange positive vibe... but we're not really sure why. After the final whistle, Jon, Mike and Jason met outside the Hornet Shop to discuss the game, the players who were fit and healthy enough to get on the pitch and, of course, they had to discuss the appointment of Watford's new Head Coach - Rob Edwards. Two games to go in the PL and you never know we might get a win. COME ON YOU ORNS
Young Watford defender Mattie Pollock features as a special guest on this week's edition of Inside The Hive, to reflect on a successful loan spell at Cheltenham Town and answer supporters' questions alongside host Michael Kurn and Watford legend Tommy Mooney.Elsewhere on the show, there's behind-the-scenes insight from the academy medical team during a 2-1 win for the Under-23s against Barnsley, while autistic Watford fan Kai Purvis - who now feels comfortable supporting the Hornets from the stands thanks to his experiences in the Sensory Room - shares his story.Also, Christian Kabasele and Derek Agyakwa discuss the importance of education following last week's Show Racism the Red Card event at Vicarage Road, and Golden Girl Megan Chandler takes on the 60-Second Challenge.HIT THAT FOLLOW BUTTON!
It's Thursday, and you know what that means. No, not that we're a few days closer to the end of the season, no, not that we're a few days away from being relegated by our old friends Palace… it's Thursday, so it's time for a brand new From the Rookery End podcast! This week Adam is joined by DCW and Mike to discuss what is shaping up to be an interesting shortlist of potential names for the soon to be vacant position of Head Coach at Vicarage Road. Your hosts discuss the pros and cons of a former Hornets hero taking over the hot seat, while also debating the attributes that any potential boss will need and should possess. There is also a fairly brutal assessment of Roy Hodgson's time at WD18, as the team try to work out where his appointment ranks alongside other Pozzo choices. As always, there's much to discuss. We hope you enjoy it. Stick with it. We'll be there with you. Come on you ‘Orns
Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan admitted that his side will have to be perfect if they are to win the Premier League title this season after remaining a point ahead of Liverpool following both of their victories. The former Aston Villa captain Gabby Agbonlahor believes that Leeds United could still be relegated after losing 4-0 at home to Man City, whilst the Watford Assistant Manager Ray Lewington believes his side are scared of playing at home after seeing a 1-0 lead slip to lose 2-1 against Burnley at Vicarage Road. The Everton Manager Frank Lampard believes their survival hopes are still in their own hands ahead of hosting Chelsea later this afternoon. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Filippo Galli features as a special guest live from Italy on this week's edition of Inside The Hive, to discuss his time in yellow and answer supporters' questions alongside host Michael Kurn and Watford legend Tommy Mooney.Also appearing in the studio are Watford FC Women players Andria Georgiou and Amber-Keegan Stobbs, who look ahead to their crucial final-day match against Coventry United at Vicarage Road on Sunday, with a point enough to ensure FA Women's Championship safety for the Golden Girls.HIT THAT FOLLOW BUTTON!
It's Thursday, so it's another From the Rookery End podcast, brought to you by The Athletic. This week Adam Leventhal is joined by Dave (back from the home end at the Etihad) and Mike (back from the home end at Sparta Prague) to discuss the key points of the Watford week, as the season inches ever closer to its conclusion. The chaps discuss Adam's latest piece which takes a look at who might be in the frame for the Head Coach role at Vicarage Road, while also talking about two players that will almost certainly be following Roy Hodgson out of the WD18 exit. There's also a look ahead to this weekend's clash with Sean Dyche-less Burnley, with expert insight from The Athletic's Burnley correspondent Andy Jones. This is From the Rookery End. Come on you ‘Orns!
Joe welcomes Watford fans Justin & Carlos from the Do Not Scratch Your Eyes the Watford FC podcast to look ahead to another MASSIVE game down at Vicarage Road. Can the Clarets continue to build momentum in the battle for the drop?
In a week where Josh decides to take a sabbatical, Gage is joined by Reese and Ethan to discuss all things Matchweek 34, which primarily entails a fiery discussion on the race for Top 4. Reese revels in Arsenal's success while Gage wallows in Tottenham's misery, and Ethan is left with a few snoozefest games to break down. This week's game of the week was Chelsea 1-0 West Ham, which gets intertwined heavily in the Top 4 discussion. This episode also features the timely return of the quiz as Gage puts the guys to the sword on the 16 players inducted thus far into the Premier League Hall of Fame. Next week's game of the week is the crucial relegation battle between Watford and Burnley at Vicarage Road. Next week's pod (May 2) will also involve the biggest announcement in SLAPcast history, so make sure to be tuned in! Intro/Outro Music: "A Haze" by Magpie Jay Special thanks to Magpie Jay this week for their continued support of SLAPcast. We're delighted to keep working with them.
Ex-Watford striker Danny Graham features as a special guest on this week's edition of Inside The Hive, joining studio host Michael Kurn and fellow club hero Tommy Mooney to discuss his memorable spell with the Golden Boys and answer supporters' questions.Elsewhere on the show, see what happened when Junior Hornets were given the chance to quiz Roy Hodgson in a special Q&A session, and go behind the scenes with a group of volunteers who assist disabled supporters on matchdays at Vicarage Road.HIT THAT FOLLOW BUTTON!
It's back to the pub for the Beesotted crew to celebrate yet another victory - this time against old foes Watford at Vicarage Road. Billy The Bee Grant (@Billythebee99), Dave Laney Lane (@Beesotted100) dragged Jonathan JB Burchill (@Jonathan77777), Jamie and Bella off the Brentford Stadium tour down to The Globe pub (@GlobeBrentford) to talk football, football and more football We heard from the fans on the terraces after the Watford match JB gave us a load of late goals facts and funk Plus we heard from Ricky (@RickySacks) from Last Word on Spurs podcast (@LastWordOnSpurs) who gave us the lowdown on Tottenham Subscribe to us on all good podcast channels Buy us a beer at Beesotted.com/Beer Check out all our podcasts on PrideOfWest.London
1991 Rugby World Cup-winning vice-captain, World Rugby Hall of Fame inductee and one of the greatest fly-halves of all time — who scored 911 points across 72 international appearances for Australia, retiring in 1995 as the world points scoring record holder — Michael Lynagh joins me on Seb Talks Sports! Michael describes making his national team debut against Fiji at just 20 years of age, lifting the Webb Ellis Cup as vice-captain of the 1991 Rugby World Cup-winning Wallabies side that defeated hosts England in the final, hitting THAT game-clinching drop goal for Saracens against the Newcastle Falcons at Vicarage Road during the 1997-98 season title race, suffering a life-threatening stroke in 2012 and his recovery from the condition, his sons' achievements both on and off the rugby pitch to date, Australia's chances at next autumn's Rugby World Cup in France, and much more! You can find Michael on Instagram (@michael_lynagh), Twitter (@LynaghMichael), and pick up a copy of his autobiography Blindsided online (www.amazon.co.uk/Blindsided-Michael-Lynagh/dp/0007568746). Both tracks were made by music creator David E. Wilson who you can find on all good music streaming services, as well as Twitter (@4stillRunning) and Instagram (@4stillrunning). For more content, please help by liking, following and subscribing on all of my platforms: Facebook: Seb Talks Sports Twitter: @SebTalksSports Instagram: @SebTalksSports YouTube: Seb Talks Sports Thank you for supporting Seb Talks Sports! Sponsored by Hoopin'N'Lootin Use discount code ‘SEBTALKSSPORTS' at checkout for 10% off!
Back for another midweek podcast, Adam Leventhal - the Athletic's Watford correspondent - is joined by Mike and Jon, who by discussing the now released round up from the first Supporters Committee meeting, try to work out a way of moving things forward. And, of course, we'll be looking ahead to this weekend's action when the Bees of Brentford visit Vicarage Road. Jay Harris, who reports on Brentford for the Athletic, gives us the lowdown on our opponents and how we may FINALLY get a home win for Watford fans. This is From The Rookery End and Come in you Orns
It's relief and happiness for Leeds and on-the-floor misery for Watford. Here's the reaction from both sets of fans to United's 3-0 win at Vicarage Road. With levisolicitors.co.uk/thesquareball See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What an emotional few days. Watford fans arrived at Vicarage Road hoping for some fight and a result which could keep the burning embers of our season going. They did not get that. In this weekend's FTRE, Jon, Mike, Jason and DCW discuss the 3-0, home defeat to Leeds United. And with the announcement, and subsequent reaction, to the clubs new Supporters Committee, they discuss the role it could play and the role it has played in dividing a fan base already full of high emotion and grave concerns.
Full time reaction as Leeds United dug deep to see off Roy Hodgson's Watford in a low quality game at Vicarage Road. With levisolicitors.co.uk/thesquareball See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Welcome to the latest From the Rookery End, which takes the form of our latest live episode, where Adam, Mike and DCW were joined by fellow supporters to discuss the latest goings on at Vicarage Road. In a wide ranging chat, the team discuss Roy's tactics and his approach to communication, hopes for the summer, hopes for the rest of the season and a great conversation as to what Watford are and what they should aim to represent. Thanks to everyone that got involved, and for those that didn't, this is your chance to hear exactly what you missed. This is From the Rookery End. Come on you ‘Orns.
It may have ultimately been a 3-2 win at Watford but another good display from Arsenal now leaves them in a great position in the fight for a top four finish. The attacking players at Mikel Arteta's disposal are really starting to click and there were three lovely goals at Vicarage Road to boot. Simon is joined by ESPN senior football writer James Olley and Charles Watts of Goal to look back at what could prove a pivotal three points, pick their best of the strikes and discuss how Arsenal's top-four chances look. The trio also debate how the team is shaping up without Aubameyang and whether Lacazette's lack of goals are an issue. We round things off as ever with Guess the Gooner as Charles and James make their debut appearances on the game everyone (a few people) can't get enough of. Please remember to rate and review the Arsenal Beat and subscribe to our show wherever you listen to your podcasts
Boyd and Josh were joined by friend of the podcast and twitter legend Geoff Arsenal, to reflect on an important victory at Vicarage Road as Arsenal's march to the top four continues. Can Boyd shed any light on the Arsenal Red Shorts and Socks mystery that has flummoxed all Arsenal fans? Is Odegaard starting to show what a bargain he was? Is he a future Arsenal captain and is Arteta the greatest ballboy the world has ever seen. Thanks for listening and we we'll be back after our game against Leicester! arsenalpodcast.net @arsenalpodcast Produced by Josh Landy A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2021 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright
It was a more enjoyable afternoon at Vicarage Road, with a superb Cucho Hernandez finish the undeniable highlight, but it wasn't enough to avoid an eighth straight home defeat for Watford. Jon, Jas and Mike gathered outside a cold Vicarage Road to discuss a game that may well have provided entertainment to any neutrals, but delivered another example of how costly mistakes can be for long suffering home fans. The boys work their way through the team as they run the rule over a performance that was better, but ultimately not enough. There is time, there is a chance, and while hope is fading fast, From the Rookery End will be with you every step of the way. Come on you ‘Orns.
Robbie Mustoe and Robbie Earle react to the key storylines from Match Round 28 in the Premier League discussing the following:(0:50) Manchester City's dominant 4-1 victory over Manchester United and why the gap is so large between the two clubs(21:25) Liverpool's shaky 1-0 win over West Ham at Anfield(29:35) Arsenal taking all 3 points at Vicarage Road over Watford to move into 4th place(38:20) A tale of two halves at Turf Moor as Chelsea defeat Burnley 4-0(45:10) An assessment of Leeds United's first match under Jesse Marsch in their defeat at Leicester City(53:05) Newcastle continuing their fine run of form with a 2-1 win over Brighton(56:45) A key victory for Brentford at at Norwich City(59:10) Aston Villa thumping Southampton 4-0(59:35) And Crystal Palace winning 2-0 at Wolves
This week's edition of Inside the Hive marks International Women's Day and Women's History Month, as we build up to Sunday's IWD awareness matchday against Arsenal.Golden Girls Renée Hector and Teyah Goldie will join the studio, and viewers will also get the chance to hear from Women Of Watford members Kate Lewers and Laura Goodes, who will provide an update on the progress made by the group since its launch, and their plans for the future.Also on the show, Christian Kabasele meets Women Of Watford members at Vicarage Road to discuss female safety at football, and Rosie Kmita faces the 60-Second Challenge. Meanwhile, Watford legend Tommy Mooney joins host Michael Kurn in the Inside the Hive studio as usual.HIT THAT FOLLOW BUTTON!
Arsenal are finally back in action as they prepare for Sunday's Premier League trip to struggling Watford. The Wolves win feels like a distant memory now but a couple of players who stood out in that game - Alexandre Lacazette & Nicolas Pepe - deserve a mention. Mark is joined by Nick Ames of the Guardian and the Athletic's Art de Roche as the trio hail Lacazette's mentality since being installed as permanent Arsenal captain - for now. They also discuss Pepe and what they feel his role in the team will be as the season enters squeaky-bum time with a look ahead to the short hop to Vicarage Road this weekend. Guess the Gooner wraps things up as normal and please remember to rate and review the Arsenal Beat.
Boyd and Josh were joined by friend of the podcast Jim ‘East Lower' to reflect on one of the great endings to any Emirates Stadium game with a last gasp victory over Wolves. A rejuvenated Pepe, a brilliant cameo from Nketiah and leading from the front from Lacazette. The road to fourth took a big step forward. There's also reflection on the price increases for tickets at Arsenal and a nod to a rumoured Stella McCartney partnership. Thanks for listening and we we'll be back after our trip to Vicarage Road on Sunday. arsenalpodcast.net @arsenalpodcast Produced by Josh Landy A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2021 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright
The Anfield Wrap free podcast looking back at Watford 0 Liverpool 5 in the Premier League at Vicarage Road, including the best in the world. Neil Atkinson hosts Rob Gutmann, Ian Ryan and Mike Kearney... Subscribe to TAW Player for more on Watford 0 Liverpool 5, as well as reaction to all the news and events that matter to you…