“fight like an animal”fight like an animal. After losing 2-1 at Swansea last weekend, the Hornets, who were relegated from the Premier League at the end of last season, are sixth in the Sky Bet Championship table.
After succeeding Vladimir Ivic last month and being named the new head coach at Vicarage Road, it was only Munoz’s second game in charge of Watford. Now, at Old Trafford, a tough FA Cup tie is looming and the Spaniard needs his team to make themselves and the fans proud. Munoz said, ” Munoz said. “I know it’s going to be hard because Manchester United is a perfect team, but we have to give our best and try really hard because it’s most important that our fans enjoy watching our team. That’s our goal and it’s vital that we continue with the same attitude, the same job and the same spirit. “That’s our goal and it’s important that we continue with the same attitude, the same work and the same spirit. ” In Wednesday’s Covid 19 tests, Watford reported there were no positives, while United Academy graduate Craig Cathcart and striker Joao Pedro returned to full training following thigh injuries. After their thigh issues, Domingos Quina, Isaac Performance and Stipe Perica are unavailable, while Christian Kabasele will miss a third game with knee trouble.