Sweden international Ken Sema has admitted that he is unsure about his future once his loan spell with Udinese concludes at the end of the season. The midfielder made only 22 appearances for the Hornets over the course of the previous campaign and he was largely underused with most of the appearances coming off the bench.
Nigel Pearson has revealed that two more players from the Watford team have been put into self isolation after they tested positive for the coronavirus. The Premier League is hoping to make a comeback in the next few weeks, but the division has been hit hard by many players and staff testing positive for the virus, which has so far claimed more than 30,000 lives in the United Kingdom. As a result, a huge section of the players are not in favour of training and games being brought back to sooner than expected. Even though non-contact training has resumed, it will eventually be made into a full-fledged training session, which will lead to games being reopened in the middle of June.
Wayne Rooney has revealed that he enjoyed playing with Danny Welbeck when the both were at Manchester United. However, the partnership came to an end in 2014 when Welbeck decided to switch to Arsenal in the search of regular first-team football. The transfer created a lot of ripples in the football industry, as very few players have made the switch between Arsenal and United. The duo were expected to be a great partnership particularly due to their connection with the England national team. Yet, Welbeck was often seen as a backup to an established set of strikers.
Watford manager Nigel Pearson has said that it would be such a tragedy for Liverpool to miss out on the Premier League title due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Premier League has recently been suspended until the first week of April due to the COVID-19 virus and there has been the talk that the season could be voided, if there is an upturn in the health concerns.
Watford manager Nigel Pearson is optimistic about the club’s chances of escaping relegation from the Premier League. The Hornets looked dead and buried at the bottom of the table when Pearson took charge in late December but they have since won four of the next nine matches which sees them with a genuine chance of beating the drop.
Watford forward Gerard Deulofeu is optimistic of the club’s prospect of surviving in the Premier League. The Hornets have endured a dreadful first half to the season where they have picked up only one win from 17 matches and they are currently six points and an inferior goal difference adrift of safety.
Watford coach Quique Sanchez Flores is feeling a lot of pressure as a result of the club’s continued poor form in the Premier League. The Hornets remain in the bottom three places as a result of continued struggles this season. Watford were the only team without a victory in the first 11 games of the campaign. They were finally able to get some pressure off the shoulders thanks to a 2-0 victory over Norwich City at Carrow Road. It is increasingly difficult for Flores, who came in as the replacement for Javi Gracia,to expect results when the team is without key players like Danny Welbeck.
Watford manager Quique Sanchez Flores remains confident that Danny Welbeck will be able to capture the form that helped him be part of the World Cup 2018 with England. Welbeck was in the squad that reached the semifinals of the competition in Russia. However, his season came to a close in November 2018 when he picked up a major ankle injury while playing for Arsenal. He soon departed Arsenal and made the switch to Watford in order to get regular football. At 28 years of age, this is one of his few opportunities play regularly.
Watford manager Quique Sanchez Flores has spoken about the qualities of Danny Welbeck and believes the club must devise a training plan such that the forward can remain fit. The England international recovered from a serious knee surgery during the off-season and he joined the Hornets on a free transfer before the Premier League transfer deadline.
Watford manager Javi Gracia has highlighted Danny Welbeck as a very important player after the forward joined the club on a free transfer on deadline day. The England international spent the past five seasons with Arsenal but a series of long-term injuries meant that the Gunners decided against offering him a renewed contract.