Rob Sterry

Position – Striker
DOB – 15/4/1984
Debut v Susies Salon – Jul 2000
Nicknames – Heeeed, Jimmy, Stez, Stereo, Bob, Pinky

Since his drug-addled debut on the Amsterdam trip in 2000, Rob has gone from teenage sensation all the way to “higher levels”, two player of the year awards in 2001 and 2006, and being voted into the WIFC hall of fame in 2006. The club’s all time leading scorer, and almost certainly it’s most big headed and worst dressed player, Rob holds the record for most goals in a season, 39 in 2002/03 and has been top scorer 6 times in total, most recently in 2012/13. Other highlights include a six-goal salvo against Luton in the IFA Cup in 2003, and beating his own club record in 2008 with seven against Dulwich Hamlet. Now exiled in the States, Rob’s race to 200 goals may take a little longer than planned.

Rob’s Q and A

Describe yourself in a sentence
Modest, all time top goalscorer and punching above my weight!

What was the first WFC game you went to and what can you remember about it?
Southend at home in the early 90s. No one was there and it was the ZDS cup

Finest ever WFC memory
1999 play-off final. Day to remember

Worst away trip and why
Fulham away on boxing day 2000 losing 5-0

WIFC playing highlight
6 goals against Luton

Favourite WIFC moment
6 goals against Luton

All-time favourite Watford player
Craig Ramage (not Lee Nogan ? – Ed)

All-time favourite Watford XI (not the best players – your favourites)
Kevin Miller, Peter Kennedy, Fillipo Galli, Robert Page, Neil Cox, Nordin Wooter, Craig Ramage, Andy Hessenthaler, Gary Porter, Tommy Mooney, Luther Blissett

Red shorts or black?
Don’t care

Which actor would play you in ‘WIFC – The Movie’
Warwick Davis

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