Fans queued for hours in the rain to pay their respects.
Watford Football Club one of the country's top football clubs, has admitted that it will not meet a promise made by the Premier League that all of its stadiums will meet access standards by August 2017.
If results don't go their way in that forbidding quartet of games, Watford could conceivably plummet back down to a relegation-threatened position in the table, but you can be rest assured that they will leave no stone unturned in their preparation for a hectic few weeks.
Shearer and Sutton; Yorke and Cole; Henry and Bergkamp; the strike partnerships synonymous with mid-to-late 1990s/early 2000s
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Operationally, Watford is now just a division of a multinational company. The allocation of players, and thus squad selection, is ultimately handled by Giampaolo Pozzo and his cronies. The managers underneath them have become puppet figures.
In the face of these apocalyptic predictions, Watford have flourished from mid-table mediocrity to a club skyrocketing toward the top-flight. And with such ascendancy, the benefits of the Pozzo empire have come sharp into focus.
Watford fans are celebrating the appointment of Gianfranco Zola as their new manager following the sacking of Sean Dyche
Gianfranco Zola has finally been announced as Watford's new manager, taking over from the sacked Sean Dyche. The Italian
A soccer star who took part in a savage attack on a group of students outside a nightclub has been jailed for 10 months. Watford