Date: 20th October 2008 at 12:09pm
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Southampton captain Paul Wotton reckons Watford offered ‘no threat` and ‘had nothing` in the locker?despite the fact the Hornets ran out comfortable 3-0 winners at St Marys.

Speaking to the South Coast`s finest Daily Echo, Wotton slammed his side for losing to Aidy Boothroyd`s side, insisting “The worse we should have come in at half time was 0-0 because they [Watford] had nothing. They had no threat and we conceded 3 goals – You can`t legislate for the goals we`ve conceded, they`re a joke.”

And the former Plymouth stalwart added “Watford are an experienced side and in the second half they just shut up shop”.

Even Saints boss Jan Poortvliet followed his skipper`s lead, suggesting that Watford produced nothing of note.

The under pressure Dutch coach chipped in with “the only 3 times that Watford were dangerous in the first half they made 3 goals and that is not a good sign”.

Sadly gents, that`s football. If you don`t take your chances you don`t win.

Do you agree with the Saints assessment of Watford`s performance? Or are you still laughing too much at Mr Wotton`s rubbish penalty to take him seriously?

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