|Hoban expected to return next month - Watford Observer|
|Watford ObserverHoban expected to return next monthWatford ObserverWatford's promising defender Tommie Hoban should return to action in January after missing ten months with injury. Hoban became an integral part of the Hornets' defence last season despite being just 19 years old; making 18 consecutive starts between ...and more »
|Real-life donkey to star in Watford church nativity - Watford Observer|
|Watford ObserverReal-life donkey to star in Watford church nativityWatford ObserverShoppers in Watford town centre will encounter a real-life donkey in a "live nativity" being organised by Watford's churches. He will be joined by a cow, a sheep and a goat, and volunteers playing the parts of Mary, Joseph, Jesus, shepherds and wise men.
|From Watford assistant academy manager to Brentford boss in less than four years - Watford Observer|
|Mirror.co.ukFrom Watford assistant academy manager to Brentford boss in less than four yearsWatford ObserverMark Warburton - who was Watford's assistant academy manager less than four years ago - has been named the new manager of Brentford. Warburton was removed from his position by the Hornets in February 2010 and a year later linked up with Brentford ...Brentford unveil ex-Liverpool man McParland as director of football to work ...Daily MailBrentford name ex-Liverpool Academy chief as new sporting directorLondon24Football - Bees appoint McParlandYahoo Eurosport UKTribalfootball.comall 47 news articles »
|FOOTBALL LEAGUE COLUMN: Watford victims of their own success - Daily Mail|
|Daily MailFOOTBALL LEAGUE COLUMN: Watford victims of their own successDaily MailWatford took the Championship by storm last season when they raced from lower mid-table to the brink of the Premier League by playing the most aesthetically pleasing football the league had seen since Reading's record-breaking campaign of 2005-06.
|Leeds United 3 Watford 3: Smith hails fans - Yorkshire Evening Post|
|Yorkshire Evening PostLeeds United 3 Watford 3: Smith hails fansYorkshire Evening PostElland Road was treated to a memorable Championship game on Saturday with United recovering from 2-0 down to lead 3-2 and Watford snatching a dramatic point with an 86th-minute equaliser from Troy Deeney. Brian McDermott's side looked destined for ...