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As pressure rises on Solskjaer, Watford fans sing ‘Ole’s at the wheel’ after United’s defeat to the Hornets. After putting two past Manchester United in the first half at Vicarage Road, Watford fans sang ‘Ole’s at the wheel.’ Josh King, a former United player, scored the Hornets’ first goal. Following the goal, Watford supporters turned their attention to manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who is now under pressure. “Ole’s at the wheel,” the home fans could be heard chanting. Ismaila Sarr, who finished cleanly past David de Gea, doubled Watford’s advantage late in the first half. The Hornets have outmuscled the…

After blunders by Bruno Fernandes and Scott McTominay, David De Gea saves a retaken penalty. MANCHESTER UNITED overcame Watford after David De Gea saved Bruno Fernandes and Scott McTominay from a double-blunder. After Fernandes’ sloppy, sliced clearance resulted in McTominay bringing down Joshua King with a clumsy ‘rugby tackle’ in the area, the Hornets were awarded a penalty in the seventh minute. De Gea pushed away Ismaila Sarr’s poor spot-kick, only for Kiko Femenia to thump home the rebound. Watford, on the other hand, were ordered to take the penalty again after Femenia charged into the box before Sarr made…

Claudio Ranieri, the manager of Watford, compares management to skydiving and complains that he isn’t always provided with a parachute. Management has been compared to skydiving by CLAUDIO RANIERI. And with Manchester United’s Ole Gunnar Solskjaer coming to town on Saturday, the Watford manager is determined to be on cloud nine at full time. The Hornets have had a shaky start under Ranieri, with only one win in their first four games. However, Ranieri has expressed sympathy for United manager Jose Mourinho, who is facing calls to resign after being parachuted into the club three years ago. “When I was…

Che Adams’ goal gives Southampton a 1-0 victory over Claudio Ranieri’s struggling side at Vicarage Road. CHE ADAMS returned to his goalscoring form to help Southampton gain their first away win of the season. The Scottish international’s curling beauty in the 21st minute was enough to put a stop to the Saints’ road problems. Adams scored his first league goal of the season in his first start in three weeks, following scoring in the Carabao Cup against Chelsea in midweek. After just their second victory, Ralph Hasenhuttl’s team is now four points clear of 14th place. Claudio Ranieri’s Hornets have…

Newcastle want Ismaila Sarr as their first signing following the Saudi acquisition, but Watford may demand £100 million for the winger. According to rumors, NEWCASTLE want Ismaila Sarr as their first signing following their £305 million Saudi-backed purchase. Watford, on the other hand, is said to be unlikely to accept anything less than £100 million for the winger. According to the Mail, Watford believe Sarr, 23, can become as excellent as Jack Grealish, despite their differing approaches. As a result, the Hertfordshire club is expected to stand firm and want the same fee that Manchester City paid Aston Villa for…

Ben Foster exposes his ‘cheeky’ personality. After Liverpool’s match against Watford, Salah asked him which way he’d dive to save his penalties. Mo Salah utilized a devious strategy on Ben Foster to keep him at the peak of his game. Salah and his in-form Liverpool teammates thrashed Watford, and the goalie was in goal for the Hornets. The Egyptian forward scored as the Reds scored five goals at Vicarage Road, but he definitely wanted more. Salah made a cheeky request at full-time in order to improve his goal-scoring potential, according to Foster. “(Liverpool) are the most well-oiled machine, well-drilled (team)…

‘Dinner at the Watford canteen’ – despite thrashing Everton, Claudio Ranieri refuses to take his players out for a meal. Despite beating Everton, CLAUDIO RANIERI declined to take his Watford team out to dinner. After his Leicester players kept their first clean sheet of the title-winning season in 2015-16, the beloved Italian famously presented them to pizzas. The Hornets had to settle for their usual chefs despite scoring five goals at Goodison Park on Saturday. When asked if the big victory merited the treat, Ranieri made it obvious what would bring his checkbook out. He stated, ” “There will be…

RAFA BENITEZ now knows the honeymoon is well and truly over for him at Goodison. Not that Josh King will care a jot after he collected a stunning hat – trick on his return to the ground where he failed to make any mark at all last season. The striker became only the second Norwegian after Man Utd boss Ole Gunnaer Solskjaer to hit 50 or more Premier League goals. He now has one more than that tally and he will believe he will never hit an easier treble. For Everton were a shambles. Indeed the striker who hadn’t scored…