The Watford Football Club is under the spotlight in this season, with their manager Javi Gracia insisting that there would be a big difference in the cup. The team managed to win their fight against Cardiff, with Gerard Deulofeu and Troy Deeney spearheading the assault against the Cardiff City Team. Gracia is positive that his team’s good play will enable the team to achieve something different.
During their fight against Cardiff, Deulofeu scored three goals, while Deeney scored two, which makes the score 5-1 in favor of Watford. Cardiff’s Sol Bamba managed to score one goal for his team. That match happened on February 23 and has been a great success for the team. Furthermore, it improved their overall standings in the cup.
Javi Gracia stated that he is proud of his players because they are showing how good they are and their commitment to the game. He also stated that even though the team is getting better and better, they still achieve to improve in the areas that they’re lacking. However, Cardiff Manager Neil Warnock insisted that the outcome of the game could’ve been different had the referee Simon Hooper gave a penalty when Daryl Janmaat seemed to flattened Josh Murphy. He stated that his team’s performance would’ve been different had the score became 1-1.
Watford currently has 43 points and is up in the top ten standings seated in number 8. Their performance this year is exceptional, with Gracia stating that their team would want to keep the ball rolling and keep going in the league and the FA Cup. Watford also bagged a victory during their fight against Leicester City just this March 3, with Deeney and Andre Gray scoring the two goals for Watford and Jamie Vardy scoring a goal for Leicester.
The Watford Football Club is being handled by the Italian businessman Gino Pozzo, which is the son of Giampaolo Pozzo. He is currently the managing director and the legal owner of the team and is heavily involved in its day-to-day activities. He and his father acquired the club in 2012 and has been investing heavily for the betterment of the team.