15. James Jenkins

JJ

Position – Centre Midfield
DOB – 22/11/1981
Apps – 31
Goals – 11
Worldnets – 0
Debut v Stevenage – Sep 2012
Nicknames – JJ

Midfielder James joined WIFC after responding to an ad on Twitter. Having been sidelined with a long term injury before his arrival, joining WIFC represents a comeback for James, and his all-action displays in central midfield have made a real impact. Having scored on his debut for the club, James went onto earn two man of the match awards in his first season, though an injury sustained paying some silly summer sport meant he missed out on London Cup glory to cap it off.

James’ Q and A

Describe yourself in a sentence
A bit of the Benjamin Button about me, I look young but feel oh so very old.

What was the first WFC game you went to and what can you remember about it? Honestly can’t remember, I’d guess it was around 1987, perhaps sooner

Finest ever WFC memory
Play off semi at palace followed by the final at Cardiff. Also Wembley ’99.

Worst away trip and why
Probably Chelsea 5-0. Grim FA Cup day out. 3 down in first 15

WIFC playing highlight
Scoring on debut at Stevenage

Favourite WIFC moment
That impressive Wenham save v MK Dons!

All-time favourite Watford player
Nordin Wooter

All-time favourite Watford XI (not the best players – your favourites)
James; Gibbs, Foster, Holdsworth, Kennedy; Wooter, Hessenthaler, Dyer; Furlong, Blissett, Mooney.

Red shorts or black?
Red

Which actor would play you in ‘WIFC – The Movie’
Danny Dyer. Obviously.

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