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Watford and Burnley - real people, real clubs

IT IS hard not to like Watford, a sentiment that dates back to the days of Elton John, Luther Blissett and John Barnes. Admittedly, their style of football under Graham Taylor wasn’t the most aesthetic – function over form, to be sure – but Watford also provided the football world with some genuinely warm moments. 983 more words

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Splatterpunk Fighting Back, The Growling and more...

** News from Splatterpunk HQ

The latest Splatterpunk anthology, SPLATTERPUNK: FIGHTING BACK (co-edited by Kit Power), has been nominated for a Splatterpunk Award at Killercon (organised by Wrath James White and Brian Keene), along with 3 of the stories: … 474 more words

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Shock Results: Watford 1-0 Chelsea (September 1999)

Goalscorers: Allan Smart 57


Watford: Alec Chamberlain, Nigel Gibbs, Paul Robinson, Steve Palmer, Robert Page, Mark Williams, Peter Kennedy, Clint Easton, Micah Hyde, Nordin Wooter (Nick Wright 65), Allan Smart (Tommy Mooney 80, Michael Ngonge 86) 504 more words


Endeavor Content's Graham Taylor: "We’re Trying To Make Dreams Come True" - INTV

By way of explaining Endeavor Content’s aim, Co-President Graham Taylor told the INTV conference here in Jerusalem today, “All we’re trying to do is make dreams come true.” He was being slightly cheeky at the close of a panel titled “Disruption in Film,” but added quite seriously, “Apathy and cynicism are the death of great art and great artists.” 378 more words

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Graham Taylor the Watford legend… but should the fans have stopped clapping for him in the 72nd minute?

Watford fans were left to mourn the death of their greatest ever manager Graham Taylor as he passed away on the 12th January 2017 at the age of 72.  818 more words

Roman Holiday

This will be my first effort from a lovely iPad mini my son and daughter in law gave me for my birthday. So no pics till I get home as I haven’t yet got an SD card to iPad reader and took photos on camera not on this – doh! 625 more words

Rome For Christmas