Issue 2 of our newspaper hits the shelves this morning and here’s flavour of what’s inside:
Chief executive Scott Duxbury talks exclusively to us about his ambitious plans to increase the capacity of the stadium.
“The work we did within a very short space of time was to get it up to standard so we could compete in the Premier League, but adequacy is never enough. I want more.”
Paul Robinson knows a thing or two about the art of left-back play. We get his verdict on the Ake-Holebas conundrum facing Quique Sanchez Flores.
“Holebas offers a lot in the sense he gets forward very well,” he said.
Obbi Oulare is in our team to face West Ham United on Wednesday night. We analyse his Watford career, which hasn’t gone quite as he expected.
“This wasn’t what he had in mind when he travelled from Brussels on the Eurostar on deadline day in August…he’s stuck in a vicious circle.”
After profiling Tony Coton in issue one, we talk to Gavin Mahon about his Watford career. He lifts the lid on how he was told by Aidy Boothroyd he was surplus to requirements.
“I thought all he is trying to do is use me to get up, then get rid of me.”
Robinson talks exclusively to us in a column ahead of Saturday’s game between two of his former clubs. He looks back on the time when he was sold to the Baggies in a cut-price deal.
“I didn’t want to leave Watford. I had just bought a house…it wasn’t the right time for me to move.”
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