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Ordinary boys turn up at Preston

Watford boss Aidy Boothroyd reckons his side "were average at times" in the 1-0 defeat at Preston but insists excuses won`t be made.

Boothroyd saw Neil Mellor take two attempts to inflict only the 3rd away defeat on his Hornets side in a game that the Watford gaffer believes "Preston deserved to win".

And the Watford boss said of the ordinary showing from his Hornets "We were intermittent today, we were very good at times and we were average at times. You can`t be like that, you`ve got to be consistent, and efficient, and we weren`t. We were poor in our approach play."

Even The Times, in a seriously damning review of the Watford performance at Deepdale, said "Watford were comfortable for long periods of the game"…

Talk about inconsistencies…but there`s nothing worse than being 'plain average`




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Writer: Dr Watford Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday January 13 2008

Time: 10:28AM

Your Comments

yep a bad bad result for you guys CLUNK thats the whell falling off as you head back down the table Hee Hee
ozanne park rangers
You wish. Wonder goal from Damion Stewart! Great headline btw.
wfc123
It's lonely at the top...so we thought we'd give West Brom a go.
DrWatford
Haha. Well. It aint lonley in 2nd, so whats Aidy doing?!
wfc123
I Don't Think You Are Going Anywhere...Charlton Will Underline That Shortly...!
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