Date: 30th October 2008 at 3:26pm
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Amongst Watford’s poor form on the field, the news that Mark Tyler and Darren Ward will remain at the club for another month has slipped through the radar.

However, the Wolves centre back, who has tightened up Watford’s decidedly ropey back line will remain until the end of November, but will be ineligable to play against Swansea in the League Cup.

Wolves recently moved to sign Michael Mancienne from Chelsea, and thus Ward’s loan continuation at Watford is evidently the only regular football he’ll be getting for some time. But, after his performances back in the famous Yellow jersey, it’s hard to see why. Man-of-the-match on his homecoming, Ward is easily the most reliable of Watford’s three centre backs with Bromby and DeMerit shaking like the Autumn leaves of late.

Also, Mark Tyler, on-loan from Peterborough United, will also remain to fight Richard Lee for the number one jersey. And let’s face it, after Rich’s latest gaff, his shovel hands at PNE, Tyler’s first-team chances are greatly improved suddenly.