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‘Needs to be careful’ – Many Watford fans react to criticism from key figure following QPR stalemate



A number of Watford fans have been reacting to Vladimir Ivić’s comments suggesting the Hornets played without energy and passion after their 1-1 draw at Queens Park Rangers.

The Hornets got off to a perfect start to the game with Ben Wilmot prodding the ball home from Ken Sema’s cross inside three minutes, but they failed to ever really build on that start and allowed QPR to come back into the contest and eventually secure what was a well earned point for them.

A win would have seen Watford rise to the top of the Championship table, but at the moment so far this season they have struggled to assert their dominance in matches.

Five of their six league wins so far have been by a single goal which means the opposition have always been in with a chance of taking something from the game.

20 quiz questions about Watford’s current squad that Hornets fans should be getting correct. Can you score full marks? 

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Which member of Watford's squad joined the club first?

Ivic has managed to get the Hornets into a strong position in the table, but he feels he needs to find more from the squad at his disposal if they are to really challenge for the top two automatic promotion places.

Watford have been through a host of managers and therefore he will not have long to implement his vision so he will need more from his players in the coming weeks.

Some Watford fans were growing frustrated over the need for such comments 12 games into the campaign, with one warning he will not have too much more time to sort things out, while others were keen to point out his honesty is what is needed to get them going.

Here then, we take a look at how Watford fans reacted to his comments on social media…

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Article title: ‘Needs to be careful’ – Many Watford fans react to criticism from key figure following QPR stalemate

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