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Watford

(ˈwɒtfəd)
n
(Placename) a town in SE England, in SW Hertfordshire: light industries, services. Pop: 120 960 (2001)
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"We need to improve and be more precise and more clinical," the Spaniard told the Watford Observer.
"Every game is a good chance in this moment for us to do better and to feel better, with more confidence," he told the Watford Observer. "But we'll decide what is best because there are some players injured, fit or not fit but with the target to try to win, to try to play well because we need it."
Hertfordshire County Council told the Watford Observer: "The fire and rescue service were called to reports of a fire at Warner Bros Studios in Leavesden in Hertfordshire at 11.29pm on Wednesday 10 July.
While both of them were charged with eight counts of "causing a child aged under 13-years-old to engage in sexual activity," Dos-Reis was also charged with "making and distributing indecent photographs of a child" and two counts of converting criminal property, (https://www.watfordobserver.co.uk/news/17257056.couple-jailed-after-they-worked-together-to-abuse-child-when-she-was-aged-between-two-and-six/) Watford Observer reported.
THE VIEW FROM WATFORD Football London , and the local paper The Watford Observer, believe Cardiff pulling out of any deal represents good news for Hornets fans.
"We created a lot of chances and this is important for the team, the strikers and the attacking midfielders," Capoue told the Watford Observer. "We kept creating chances against a big team, so we are in the right way and we are going to score on Saturday I feel it.
On the mood in the Watford squad, Gracia told the Watford Observer: "The players do not feel good this week because they know in the last two games we have lost and had very good chances to take five more points.
"I want to work defensively too," Mazzarri told the Watford Observer, "and the goals we have been giving to the opposition have been many because we are not concentrating properly at that particular moment - that is something we have to focus on."
The Watford Observer claims boss Walter Mazzarri will plough on with Troy Deeney, Odion Oghalo, Isaac Success, Jerome Sinclair, Matej Vydra and Obbi Oulare.