LATEST EPISODE: A Season to Savour?

Two wins, a defeat, a draw and the standard controversy surrounding an away game at Bournemouth. As always, there is plenty to talk about in the new episode of From the Rookery End. As well as in interview with Lionel Birnie (creator of the "Tales from The Vicarage" series of books) the boys discuss the fantastic wins against Swansea and Newcastle, give Crystal Palace credit and bemoan Bournemouth. Again. Also up for discussion is the performance of Quique Sánchez Flores, the goals scored situation, and a three point plan for continued Premier League success. It's the International break, so fill the Watford void with the brand new From the Rookery End. You 'Orns!

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Sunday, 10 February 2013

COMPETITION: Marvin's England U21 Shirt

Win with FTRE!

In the February edition of the podcast, we launched our exclusive competition that gives you the chance to win a match-worn and signed Marvin Sordell England Under 21 shirt.

This is an amazing prize, so as you might expect, you're going to have to work for it. When we spoke with Marvin recently, we asked him to name his favourite Watford team, comprising players that he played with during his time at Vicarage Road. All you have to do to win, is match Marvin's selection!

To win it send an email to with the subject "Marvin's Shirt" and tell us the 11 players. We'll be nice and give you a clue - Marvin is in the team, and has gone for a 4-4-2 formation.

Thanks very much to Marvin for the amazing prize, and good luck!

Entries will only be accepted by the above email address. We will pick out two to three answers every podcast, read them out and state how many of the 11 are correct. You can enter as many times as you like.

Be sure to check out the fantastic work Marvin is doing for charity with the Marvin Sordell Foundation. You can find out more information here -
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