Date: 12th January 2014 at 11:18am
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A selection of varied views from the Watford Twitterati after Saturday’s 1-0 reverse at the hands of Reading

On the game itself:

@Parky1991 ‘Thought we looked solid after the goal! Unlucky not to score! McGugan need to stop taking corners!’

@Woodsie_23 ‘Ekstrand was very solid today. Looked like he injured his back before kick off tho[ugh] when he slipped haha.’

@JonMeunierwfc ‘First half looked like Zola’s Watford, second looked like what I want from Sannino’s Watford.’

@aussihornet ‘It’s what happens when we achieve so much last year, then average this year, everyone’s expectations have taken a hit in balls.’

‏@geetarchurchy ‘#shortandtweet Chances. Chances. Chances.’

@gtomkins50 ‘Sorry to say it, but from what ive seen this season we will be lucky to finish in the top 15, need a speedy 20 goal striker.’

@WatfordFCBlog ‘The first 20 minutes cost us. We were awful first 20 then grew in to the game.’

@MKlinteberg ‘Joel Ekstrand MOTM – the rest of the team needs to improve a lot – McGugan disapointed me a lot!’

The divisive Diego Fabbrini:

@Charlie_The_Lad ‘Fabbrini continuously awful and selfish. We need a goalscorer! #shortandtweet’

@olliering ‘In a stagnant first half the only player offering any signs of movement and at the centre of a lot of the good play 2nd half.’

@Chris_Nunn ‘Fabbrini impressed today, brightest spark 1st half and 2nd was at the heart of most moves.’

On the mercurial Lewis McGugan:

@simonmarkryder ‘McGugan doesn’t do enough for me, very one paced and goes missing for long periods, good dead ball delivery isn’t enough.’

@mdelasalle93 ‘#shortandtweet McGugan a luxury player. He sprints as fast as he jogs, can’t do anything first time, lack of effort. Just poor.’

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