BRING YOUR SCARF DAY V Southampton— The1881Movement (@The1881_wfc) January 7, 2018
We are planning to mark the 1st anniversary of the passing of our Greatest ever manager Graham Taylor, with a unification of all watford fans with the show of scarves..
HELD UP AS THE PLAYERS COME OUT. Please Retweet for awareness #watfordfc
Due to what Okaka describes as a "limbo" period in his career, the player has attempted to force a move away from Watford, with discussions with the club's hierarchy taking place about a potential exit.
Serie A side Torino have recently instated former Hornets boss
“I’m 28 years old, I’m in the prime of my career, I can’t spend any more time in this limbo and I’m not happy at the moment”, the attacker told Gazzetta Della Sport, as quoted by the Watford Observer.
Watford think they have convinced Guaita to sign for them as Crystal Palace delay their answer. But negotiations continue and one of the two might get the goalkeeper for less than the €8m of his buy out clause pic.twitter.com/pQ3Ed0YytB— Guillem Balague (@GuillemBalague) January 8, 2018
“I only ask to be able to do my job and get back to normal. I talked to [Watford owner] Gino Pozzo and I hope everything can be resolved in complete harmony.
“Torino? They’re a great team, with a legendary history, which makes this club special. I’ve been told that the Torino shirt gives off unique sensations.
I'm livid. Okaka is clearly out the door, while an inconsistent and lazy Capoue could be staying if he's starting today. Our best striker leaving - all because of the manager's ego. Silva's stubbornness is further displayed by not resting Richarlison again. Speechless. #WatfordFC— Sean (@SeanWaIker) January 2, 2018
“Mazzarri? I’ve always enjoyed working with him because he’s honest to his players. He tells you things to your face and I appreciate people like him.
“I don’t think there’s much else about him that’s up for discussion. Even in England, he proved to be a good coach.”