Troy Deeney confirms the Hornets are leaving


Watford captain Troy Deeney is leaving the membership after 11 years, 419 video games and 160 targets and has declared that the Hornets will keep in his coronary heart “forever”.

The 33-year-old Deeney, who struggled with harm final season and has solely sparingly left the bench up to now on the membership’s return to the Premier League, has been launched a yr earlier than his contract would expire. He is now anticipated to be part of the Championship membership Birmingham.

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In an emotional and heartfelt message, Troy Deeney addresses supporters when his 11-year spell on Vicarage Road ends …

– Watford Football Club (@WatfordFC) 30 August 2021

“I feel excited about my new journey and what will come in the future, but above all I feel a huge pride in what I have achieved over the past 11 years and the friendships and connections we have created,” Deeney said in a farewell message. to Watford fans.

“… fans, you have been fantastic. I can honestly say, from the bottom of my heart, I love you all. You have taken me into your hearts and I can never repay it. Thanks.

“This club is in my heart forever and I hope you know that I left everything on the pitch every time I played. I never cut corners and tried to give you the best version of me every time. ”

Hornet chairman Scott Duxbury mentioned: “Through the many highs and lows, Troy Deeney’s name has been inextricably linked for 11 years with Watford Football Club.

“I feel now we have been good to him and I do know he has been extremely good to us.

“He has shared the low points and the extraordinary highlights of the club’s journey under the ownership of the Pozzo family, including creating moments that will last the lives of all Watford fans – no more than ‘that goal’ in May 2013.”

“That goal” made Deeney the dramatic winner for Watford in opposition to Leicester within the seventh minute with beyond regular time within the semi-finals of the Championship play-offs and has develop into an iconic EFL second.

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