Position – Right Back/Right Midfield
DOB – 26/3/1996
Apps – 16
Goals – 0
Worldnets – 0
Debut v Barnsley Septmeber 2013
Matt is another of the players who is ridiculously close to being younger than WIFC itself – he was a mere 14 months old when the club started. Despite this, he’s been welcomed into the fold and has improved vastly since his debut, winning his first MOM award at Gillingham during 2014/15. Now at Nottingham Uni, he also made a useful start to his stint with the WIFC pikey student mantle, eating a load of sauces to win some loose change in a pub before the Charlton game. Injuries have also curtailed Matt’s appearances to date but hopes are high for a comeback in due course.
Matt’s Q and A
Describe yourself in a sentence
(They obviosuly don’t teach reading at Nottingham Uni, Matt didn’t answer this one. Idiot)
What was the first WFC game you went to and what can you remember about it
Can’t remember first game however first away game was Macclesfield in the third round of the fa cup. Won 2-0
Finest ever WFC memory
Finest memory was beating Leicester in the play offs
Worst away trip
Bristol City on a Tuesday night drew 0-0. Smith missed a penalty.
WIFC Playing highlight
Favourite WIFC moment
London Cup final
All-time favourite Watford player
All-time favourite Watford XI (not the best players – your favourites)
Foster, Hodson, Dyche, DeMerit, Taylor, Smith, Buckley, Abdi, Young, Helguson and Forestieri.
Red shorts or black?