Watford may have lost once while they get closer to the Premier League and its FA Cup, but the team’s coach, Gino Pozzo, is still rooting for the team to do well regardless. He feels that the team is doing well with the game despite the ambition that he admits he has. The number of points that his team had would be good enough to keep the players from stepping down when they are in the team. It’s also been mentioned that one of the players, Deulofeu, was one of the teammates that kept Watford going back in 1986.
It was that moment where Watford began to grow as one of the best football teams out there. On top of that, the team would also get to meet their fans more as well as continue scoring with their best players as time went on. Everyone stuck together, but no matter what, they know that they must continue improving for bigger games. There was some minor debating over if Cardiff did miss a point when he was in the second half of the game while Simon Hooper gave him a penalty when Watford earned a point.
They argued over if it was meant to be something along the lines of a 1-1 before they argued over what could have lead to it. Warnock brings up how it’s very bizarre for it to even happen. He felt that Hooper was going so well in the game but was sadly shafted, and none of the other players stood up for him. Later on, they would think about what to do better when looking for who would be responsible for causing the penalty, and something that would prevent making a mistake as done on Simon Hooper moving forward for the rest of the FA Cup.
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