Insider sources have told the Watford Observer Marco Silva's relationship with Hornets owner Gino Pozzo has soured as a result of public comments from the head coach and his frustration over player investment. It is understood Silva's relationship with Pozzo has now deteriorated to the extent of being nearly non-existant, despite the close quarters with which the pair both work.
There could be eight first-team Watford players missing when the Hornets travel to Leicester City on Saturday, with Tom Cleverley likely to miss out with a hamstring injury. Nathaniel Chalobah, Younes Kaboul, Kiko Femenia, Miguel Britos, Will Hughes, Craig Cathcart and Isaac Success are all missing for Marco Silva's side, and have been for some time, with little chance of a swift recovery for any of the absentees. Silva said: "Tom felt a minor problem, a small injury in the last game.
Marco Silva is desperate to change his players’ mindsets and cast aside their recent slow starts which have cost them dearly on a run of one win from 10 in the Premier League. Watford have shipped 12 goals in the first half of games alone during that run, including a 39-second opener against Manchester City on January 2, and falling two goals behind against Southampton last weekend before a second-half comeback earned the Hornets a point.
@mathewcsims@AdamStanley91@BBCNewsbeat@_CreativeAccess I agree Mathew. In three large local news rooms and every press room in the Premier League I can remember meeting a grand total of two British people of colour working there. To say ours is a white dominated industry doesn’t really do it justice
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