Position – Striker
DOB – 26/9/1985
Debut v Glory Horns – Aug 2006
Nicknames – Wazza, Cockboy, Bushy
Wazza has made quite an impact on WIFC since joining, both on and off the pitch. Having started WIFC life as a winger, Wazza’s now employed up front where on his day, he is a handful for opposition defences. Off the pitch, he did sterling work while running WIFC’s successful pontoon competition, and the speedy acquisition of nicknames leaves the humble visitor to this site in little doubt about his swift integration into the team banter. Wazza is also DJ on Kiss FM, though good taste in music rules out most of his team-mates listening.
Warren’s Q and A
Describe yourself in a sentence
Watford’s superstar radio DJ – Watford’s Vibe 107.6 Sunday 10am-1pm
What was the first WFC game you went to and what can you remember about it?
Watford v Spurs in a pre-season friendly. Was Jurgen Klinsmann’s first game for Spurs and we drew 1-1.
Finest ever WFC memory
Both play off finals.
Worst away trip and why
Don’t have one
WIFC playing highlight
Scoring on my debut IFA game against Brentford.
Favourite WIFC moment
Scoring at the vic
All-time favourite Watford player
All-time favourite Watford XI (not the best players – your favourites)
Ben Foster, Peter Kennedy, Robert Page, Colin Foster, Darren Bazeley, Nordin Wooter, Allan Nielsen, Micah Hyde, Stephen Glass, Tommy Mooney, Heidar Helguson
Red shorts or black?
Which actor would play you in ‘WIFC – The Movie’