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Watford FC - Managerial Stability

Started on 20 October 2014 by TonkaWolves115
Latest Reply on 11 November 2014 by TonkaWolves115
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Ranegie out until the new year

Ranégie has been ruled out until the new year after he picked up an injury against Leeds United. The striker was on a hat trick but was forced of the pitch when he pulled up. He is reported to have torn his hamstring, but they fear that if he does anything, it may become even more serious that might ruin his career. Ranégie had been in good form for Watford, and was beating Odion Ighalo to the second striker spot. Watfords only hope was that Troy Deeney returned two games later, so they didn't have to suffer for long.
Ranégie: I hope to return from my injury quicker than expected but I don't want to push it, as that may cause me to break down again. I have suffered with injuries before, but nothing as bad as this. When I return, I will come back better than before as I want to be a regular in the starting line up. Watford are a big club with big ambitions, so I want to take part in the promotion push, not just to sit on the side lines suffering from injuries.
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Many Watford players have been handing in transfer requests this week because they believe they are not getting the deserved amount of football. Craig Cathcart, Ikechi Anya, Gabriel Tamas, Lewis McGugan and Gomes have all handed in their requests. Jokanovic was suprised about the situation and he expressed his worries in front of the Sky Sports cameras this morning.
Jokanovic: I certainly didn't expect this with us doing so well. They have got to understand that the players that are playing at the minute are doing well so changes aren't going to be made, if we hit a bad run of form, then maybe they can get themselves back into the starting eleven. We have a big squad, so involving everyone is pretty hard, we'll just have to deal with the situation away from the press and sort things out. We hope that no one else comes forward with a request as morale may soon fall between those involved with the club.
Jokanovic for Serbia
Reports are showing that former Serbian player Slavisa Jokanovic is favourite to take charge over the national team as well as being manager of Watford. Jokanovic is playing down the rumours at the minute but would love the opportunity.
Jokanovic: This would be a massive achievement for me but I haven't heard anything from them yet. I am focused on Watford so Serbia hasn't really got to my head but it would be a massive honour if I was handed the great opportunity to become the coach of my country. Don't worry though, I will still be Watford manager, whatever happens in the future. We at Watford are working towards promotion at the minute, so international management would be an added extra to that. The future looks promising, who knows what it has to hold?

Watford are playing down match fixing claim
After Watfords defeat to Middlesbrough earlier on in the month, there have been claims that some of the Watford players were involved in a match fixing scandal. If they are found guilty, there are many punishments that the FA could charge them, but it would most likely to be 10 or more points.
Greg Dyke: We are not going to do anything until something is proven. We very much hope that these claims are wrong as it will damage the image of the Championship, the football club, and English football. We are working with Watford to see if we can find any leads and any potential criminals inside the club.
Jokanovic: I have heard the claims but who says they are true. I will work with the boys and hope that nothing is going on. We currently haven't had any suspicious activity going around the camp but if anyone or anything is find, we will report it straight away.
Great story but what would make it even better is pictures :) and at the end of each month you could show the league table perhaps? but im enjoying it so far!
2014-11-04 21:10#198339 patrick1 : Great story but what would make it even better is pictures :) and at the end of each month you could show the league table perhaps? but im enjoying it so far!

Cheers mate, I will try to upload some images as long as my computer plays ball! Thanks for the support.
Jokanovic told no by Serbia
After a job interview at Serbia, Joaknovic was told no by the country. Jokanovic was told that he wouldn't be able to take control of the country until the manager became free from the match fixing claim. It was all looking good for Jokanovic, something that would have really put his name in the football archives, but things didn't go so smoothly as planned.

Jokanovic: I am gutted at the decision but that is just the way football works at times. You have to go through the rough spells to reach the great spells. Hopefully, these match fixing claims will go away soon and non of my players were involved. This isn't how I planned it the night before but that's life, things come around and go around. I know that I am not guilty of these claims but I will be releasing any player who is found guilty at immediate effect.

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