Tag: Troy Deeney
Troy Deeney had another dig at Arsenal in a desperate bid to be relevant while proving he doesn't even understand how numbers work.
Troy Deeney has apologised to his family in advance that he will take Watford’s relegation out on them at home by smashing objects and throwing some stuff around and this is NOT OK!
Mike Dean's face might well go down as one of the highlights of this awful Arsenal season, but having to wait until the end of July for it was almost worth everything else we had to go through.
Arsenal beat Portsmouth in the FA Cup on Monday evening so with most of the news centering around that, let's look at the stories doing the rounds today.
Troy Deeney has been saying nice things about some Arsenal players before the sides meet on Sunday. Arsenal travel to Watford on Sunday knowing that...
Watford manager Javi Gracia doesn't know why Troy Deeney was sent off against Arsenal so I thought I'd explain it to him.
For once, Arsenal’s trip to Watford isn’t the Hornets cup final. It’s Arsenal’s.
Troy Deeney, by his own admission, doesn’t like Arsenal, but it’s bordering on obsession now.
Tony Gale suggested, with all seriousness, that Arsenal fans were showing their admiration when they sang 'Deeney, Deeney, what's the score' because they would really like him at the Emirates.
Troy Deeney admits that Watford took turns kicking Wilfried Zaha yet it is only Rafa Benitez who is facing any punishment.
Troy Deeney will take ‘an injection’ in order to ensure he’s fit to face Arsenal this weekend in a desperate bid to show he has ‘cajones’ of his own.
Troy ‘Cajones’ Deeney has hit out at England for selecting Danny Welbeck even though the forward can hardly get any game time for Arsenal.
Troy Deeney has spoken out against Gareth Southgate's England squad selection, arguing he should be picked over the likes of Danny Welbeck.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's goal celebrations are legendary, but there will be few better shots of the Gabonese striker after he scores than this one from the game against Watford.
A few Monday nights ago against Chelsea, Troy ‘cojones’ Deeney flipped off the Chelsea fans with both middle fingers. It’s a gesture we’ve all thought about at one time or another when confronted with the same set of fans, even if we haven’t actually followed through with it on Sky TV in front of millions.
Arsenal put in another good performance in their weekend victory over Watford, winning consecutive games for only the second time this calendar year.
Arsenal have managed another emphatic win, this time against Watford, this week and it was pretty enjoyable to watch, but what did we learn?
Hector Bellerin, who was in the stands after being ruled out with an ankle injury, decided to troll Troy Deeney on Twitter following the striker's penalty miss and Arsenal's 3-0 win.
When I clicked on Jack Wilshere's cheeky 'cajones' tweet on Saturday evening, I was actually surprised to see a lot of the responses were from angry Watford fans.
Arsene Wenger seems to have had enough of certain opposition players this season, and isn't holding back as much he used to.
Arsene Wenger wants his Arsenal side to answer Troy Deeney by beating the Hornets on Sunday.
Watford striker Troy Deeney has escaped disciplinary action over his goal celebration in a shock 4-1 win over Chelsea on Monday after officials failed to agree on whether he had committed a red card offence.
Troy Deeney is facing a four-match ban for his middle-fingered gesture against Chelsea, depending on whether the referee saw the incident.
Abdoulaye Doucore sealed a 2-2 draw in the Premier League clash with what most observers regarded as a clear handball in the final minute as referees find themselves once again in the spotlight because of poor mistakes that are costing clubs points.
The Arsenal fans had some fun trolling Troy Deeney, after he missed a sitter in Watford's 2-1 defeat to Crystal Palace.
Héctor Bellerín fired a shot at Watford's Troy Deeney, after Arsenal rallied late to beat Burnley at Turf Moor.
It's rare that I actually agree with a whole panel of football pundits yet here we are.
Arsenal have no leaders and are too soft. That was the line trotted out after the defeat to Watford last Saturday.
Martin Keown mentioned on BT Sport that Watford striker, Troy Deeney, told him the names of two Arsenal players the 29-year-old was disappointed in.
Former Gunner Martin Keown says that Arsenal have to respond following Troy Deeney's 'cojone' comments.
Troy Deeney has been pretty chatty following Watford's 2-1 win over Arsenal on Saturday but it seems that the striker does have some praise for one Gunner in particular.
Arsène Wenger has denied Troy Deeney's comments about Arsenal, claiming that the Watford striker's words aren't justified.
Per Mertesacker has urged his Arsenal teammates to concentrate on themselves instead listening to outside remarks.
Arsene Wenger has brushed off Troy Deeney's 'cojones' comments, insisting that he knows his players better than anyone.
Martin Keown has questioned the steeliness and determination of the current Arsenal players after their spineless 2-1 defeat to Watford on Saturday.
Former Gunner Martin Keown reckons that Arsene Wenger needs to listen to Troy Deeney's criticism of Arsenal, whether he likes it or not.
Troy Deeney entered the pitch fully intended on 'whacking' Arsenal players because he knew they wouldn't stand up to him.
Leicester have reportedly identified Watford forward, Troy Deeney, as a replacement for Riyad Mahrez as the 26-year-old's move to Arsenal edges closer.
Troy Deeney believes that part of Arsenal's problem at the moment is that there's no fear factor when playing them.
Watford striker, Troy Deeney, reckons that Aaron Ramsey 'bottled it' when Younès Kaboul scored the Hornet's first goal at the Emirates.
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