ALL CHANGE AT WATFORD I N JUST FOUR MONTHS...
TROY Deeney had been in prison for just four days when Watford was sold to Italian businessman Giampaolo Pozzo.
The club he left had a nucleus of young English talent, scant resources and a rookie manager in Sean Dyche.
The club he found upon his release was very different. Dyche was gone, replaced by former Chelsea striker Gianfranco Zola. And where onceWatford grew their own, the playing squad had been overhauled and rebuilt with loan stars from 16 different nations.
“It was like being the new kid at school,” he says.“I didn’t really know anybody apart from four or five lads from last year, people like Yeatsy (MarkYeats).
“But I’m quite loud and I like to let people know who I am pretty quickly. Fortunately they liked me and we’ve ended up getting on really well.
“Football banter is universal.