If you want to find out more about the boys then you can read a Q&A about their time supporting Watford.
The podcast started in 2009-2010 season with Jon and Jason producing short audioboo's about the matches they watched. Mike joined the team in the summer 2010 when the full length monthly podcasts were launched. The inaugural podcast went up on iTunes on 25th May 2010. It was an end of season awards that reviewed the 2009-2010 season and included interviews with Danny Graham and Henri Lansbury. The average podcast consist of the boys chatting in the pub about what's been happening on the pitch over the month, interviews with the players and other key people around the club, a bit of Watford related comedy and an 'out of tune' song for one of the players.
In the first full season the podcasts got a great reaction from fans and they achieved over 22,000 downloads - far, far beyond their initial expectations.
You can email the boys on firstname.lastname@example.org or find out about how to get involved using social media by looking on our Subscribe page
Mike is the driving force behind FTRE in print form. All the boys contribute to this blog and it is a reflective and observational blog, that looks at a wider scope of what goes on at Vicarage Road.
Since the start of 2010-2011 season Mike has written a column in the Watford FC matchday programme. If you pick up a programme then check out page 63 or so.
Towards the end of 2010-2011 season MyLocalNews magazines started running a month FTRE page. In August 2011 these became more formal and Watford fans can read the FTRE page amongst the rest of the magazines Watford coverage. Look out for one of the many MyLocalNews magazines dropping through your door.
WEAR A VEST FOR DANNY DAY
To celebrate the end of the 2010-2011 season the boys came up with a fun way to mark the last home game of the season - Wear a vest for Danny Day. A few hundred Watford fans turned up to Vicarage Road to show their support and thanks to the team's effort during the season by wearing a Danny Graham inspired, homemade vest.
WATFORD IN 100 OBJECTS
Being life long Watford fans the three boys have seen many highs and many lows, but in the 2011-2012 season they took on the challenge to find 100 objects that define Watford Football Club. They are asking fans to suggest objects. They can be historic and define some of the most important moments in the clubs history or they can personal and define a fans relationship with the club.