LATEST EPISODE: The Railway Arms Agreement
Three years into the Pozzo Era, Jon, Jason and Mike decided to get rid of all the nagging questions as to why Watford aren't quite there yet. To help them on their quest for answers they are joined by Frank Smith from The Watford Observer and Dave Messenger from Watford IFC - there's plenty of opinions and answers of sorts!
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Thursday, 30 September 2010
PODCAST 4: GOALS, GOALS, GOALS
Watford’s spectacular winning run may have come to an end against Swansea this week, but the perfect tonic for downhearted Hornets fans is now available – the fourth ‘From the Rookery End’ podcast is now available to download!
In the latest edition season ticket holders Jon, Jason and Mike talk about the recent avalanche of goals and name their player of the season so far. The boys also interview Lee Hodson and unveil the results of the campaign to find a song for Watford captain John Eustace. There is also another glimpse into the world of winger Michael Bryan in the next instalment of ‘The Life of Bryan’
In talking about the latest edition, presenter Jon Moonie explained:
“After a fantastic month it was a real pleasure to put together a naturally upbeat and positive podcast. There has been very little to complain about since the last recording and it is great to be able to talk about performances such as those witnessed against Millwall and Middlesbrough. It’s times like this that we can really enjoy being Watford fans and I hope that comes through in what you hear”
“We’d also like to say Thanks to everyone who has downloaded the podcast so far. We continue to get emails from across the globe, so it is nice to know we are getting a little taste of what’s going on at Vicarage Road to those fans further afield”
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