If nothing else last season, Watford made a nonsense of the notion that the FA Cup is a tournament that teams such as Watford should make a decent effort to win. While other mid-ranking Premier League sides in no danger of relegation and with little else to play for fell by the wayside with barely a whimper, Hornets fans were kept buzzing as their likeable manager Javier Gracia masterminded victories over Woking, Newcastle, QPR, Crystal Palace and Wolves to set up a Wembley showdown against Manchester City. For only the second time in their history they had reached the final of the grand old competition and the denizens of a large, fairly unremarkable town in Hertfordshire dared to dream.
Source: Football News
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