Javi Gracia faces repair job as Marco Silva’s Watford affair ends in tearsThe Portuguese coach forged a thrilling side at Vicarage Road but the alarming tailspin that hit after his courtship of Everton leaves a sour taste all roundMarco Silva’s Watford side took just 11 points from the 13 games that followed Everton’s approach.
Watford have announced the former Málaga manager Javi Gracia as their new head coach following their surprise decision to dismiss Marco Silva. Gracia arrived in England Sunday afternoon – shortly after news of Silva’s sacking was confirmed – and has signed a contract until the summer of 2019 having been approached by club officials before Watford’s 2-0 defeat at Leicester on Saturday.
12.19pm EST12:19PreambleSimon will be here shortly. Until then, re-live all of Friday’s action:Australian Open: Caroline Wozniacki needs all her grit to reach fourth roundNick Kyrgios overcomes Jo-Wilfried Tsonga to reach Australian Open last 16Share
Carlos Carvalhal, December 2015, on being linked with vacant Swansea job: "I don't know if something happens or will happen. Not today, after one year or two years – it is my agent who must care about that"
After two years: looks like his agent cared about that
@maciverton In the build-up to Liverpool's goal Salah pushed Martina. Ref waved play on, commentators praised his strength. Lovren touches Calvert-Lewin, ref gives a penalty, commentators see a "moment of madness". Gave the ref a decision to make, but it was an easy one, and ref got it wrong
Cowardly performance from Everton, undeservedly rewarded thanks to a terrible penalty award. Don't understand commentary criticism of Lovren's "moment of madness" - I certainly didn't see a push, and touching ≠ fouling.
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