Watford FC owner Gino Pozzo comes from an Italian family who loves managing football clubs. He is a businessman who invests a lot of his time into the success of Watford FC. He likes to use a direct approach to managing this football club. The decision to move to Watford, England, therefore, came easy for him. This method of management has proved to be quite beneficial. He is now able to be directly involved in player transfers between Watford FC and his father’s teams. Gino Pozzo acquired Watford FC from his father, Giampaolo Pozzo.
Watford FC’s home is at Vicarage Road where a statue of its most influential manager stands. Graham Taylor sits on a bench which represents the old days when dugouts used to be open-air. He will be remembered forever as a hero among the Watford FC fan base. One of his most remembered heroics is that of confronting those who were abusing John Barnes at Wembley. When he passed away in 2017, most of his former colleagues and peers came out to eulogize him. They spoke about his leadership as a manager as well as his courage in times when it was needed most. They helped make sure that Taylor would be remembered a hero forever.
Current boss Javi Gracia has proven that the Hornets (as they are famously known) are a formidable team. It is during this season in the Premier League that they got their biggest win so far; a 5-1 drubbing of Cardiff City. Watford has lost just one game in 11 matches and is still in the race for the FA Cup. Watford FC’s striker Troy Deeney has been particularly good this season. His linkage with Gerard Deulofeu has yielded several goals this season. In the match against Cardiff City, for example, the two players scored 5 marvelous goals with Deeney scoring 2 and Deulofeu scoring a hat trick. Watford FC is now through to the FA quarterfinals and is hopeful of heading further.