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 By Mike Parkin

Watford stumbled but survived thanks to a startling September

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop discusses Walter Mazzarri's Watford departure.

Watford ensured they will enjoy a third consecutive season in the Premier League, but it was a difficult and often frustrating campaign that resulted in yet another head coach leaving Vicarage Road. Following Walter Mazzarri's dismissal, the Hornets are after their ninth manager in five years.

Rating out of 10: 6

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A comprehensive and well-deserved home victory over Manchester United on Sept. 18 was a memorable moment for the Hornets' faithful. Mourinho's side featured Zlatan Ibrahimovic...

 By Mike Parkin

Watford blown out by City, end season on six-game losing streak

Manchester City ended Walter Mazzari's reign as Watford manager with a 5-0 hammering at Vicarage Road.
Manchester City ended Walter Mazzari's reign as Watford manager with a 5-0 hammering at Vicarage Road.

Watford went into this game with no recognised centre-backs and a dearth of defensive alternatives, so though the nature of this defeat was painful to watch, it came as no surprise. The visitors could have had double figures had they been minded to get out of second gear, as Watford were as hapless as they were ragged.

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Despite Heurelho Gomes' receiving treatment for around five minutes, the officials decided to play a just a single minute of injury time at the end of the match. On...

 By Mike Parkin

Five reasons why Watford will part ways with Mazzarri after season's end

Walter Mazzarri's decision to leave Watford leads Shaka Hislop to believe there are further problems happening behind the scene.

Watford will go into their third consecutive Premier League term with a new manager. It was announced on Wednesday that Walter Mazzarri will leave the club after the season finale with Manchester City and while the news may not have come as a shock to many Hornets' fans, why is it that the Italian's services are not being retained?

1. Ambitious, ruthless ownership

Since arriving at the club, owner Gino Pozzo has completely transformed Watford's fortunes. Under his stewardship the ground has been...

 By Mike Parkin

Defensive lapses see Watford miss chance to snatch draw at Chelsea

Cesc Fabregas netted a late game winner to help champions Chelsea down Watford in an entertaining clash at Stamford Bridge.

An unexpected gem of a game, Watford's 4-3 defeat at Chelsea was an end-to-end affair that delighted both sets of supporters who were happy to celebrate two very different achievements: Chelsea the title and Watford Premier League survival.

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Watford did well to come back twice, most notably when wiping out a two-goal deficit in the second half. The Hornets had failed to score away from home since January, so this trio of strikes was a much needed boost going into the final day fixture...

 By Mike Parkin

Watford and Walter Mazzarri at a crossroads in the Premier League

Walter Mazzarri is set to leave Watford after just one season at the club.

For the wider world, Monday night is all about Chelsea. The Blues will play in front of an adoring Stamford Bridge crowd for the first time since securing the Premier League title and the supporters will be there to party. The gooseberries for the evening are an increasingly hapless looking Watford, who despite losing their last four games to nil, also have something to celebrate. Premier League safety.

The Hornets' Premier League status for next season was confirmed when Crystal Palace dismantled...

 By Mike Parkin

Scoreless streak reaches four as Watford skid toward relegation zone

This was an improved performance from the Hornets, but Walter Mazzarri's men once again failed to score away from home in a 1-0 defeat at Everton as their end-of-season woes continue. Watford have now lost four in a row and have been unable to score in any of them.

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Watford did carve out a few opportunities, with Troy Deeney missing a golden chance to give them the lead just after the break, while Stefano Okaka perhaps will think he should have done better when afforded a late...