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Troy Deeney avoids punishment for post-goal gesture vs. Chelsea

English Premier League: Troy Deeney (42') Watford 1-0 Chelsea

Watford striker Troy Deeney will avoid a formal punishment from the Football Association over his goal celebration in the 4-1 victory over Chelsea on Monday night.

Deeney broke the deadlock from the penalty spot but courted controversy when he appeared to make an offensive gesture towards the Vicarage Road crowd.

A three-man panel failed to agree on whether his action merited a retrospective red card, so Deeney, who has already served three- and four-match bans this season, only faces a written...

Barcelona's Gerard Deulofeu perfect for Premier League - Watford boss

Gerard Deulofeu and Daryl Janmaat reflect on their goals for Watford after they finished off 10-man Chelsea with a strong second half.
English Premier League: Gerard Deulofeu (88') Watford 3-1 Chelsea

Watford coach Javi Gracia has praised the immediate impact Gerard Deulofeu has had following his recent move from Barcelona and called him a great fit for the Premier League.

The Spanish forward, who joined Watford last month on loan until the end of the season, stood out in the 4-1 home triumph over Chelsea on Monday.

Deulofeu earned a penalty that led to his team's opening goal and then scored Watford's third goal, his first since his arrival at Vicarage Road.

"I'm thrilled with the arrival of...

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Deulofeu ready to work, hopes to regain confidence at Watford

Xherdan Shaqiri and substitute Peter Crouch had the best chances for Stoke but were unable to break the deadlock against Watford.

Gerard Deulofeu insists he is relishing the prospect of a Premier League dogfight after trading in the might of Barcelona for Watford.

Deulofeu, the 23-year-old Spaniard who had two spells at Everton as well as a stint with AC Milan, has played alongside Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez this season at the Nou Camp.

But after agreeing a loan move to Vicarage Road in the closing days of the transfer window, Deulofeu will spend the next passage of his career linking up with Troy Deeney and Etienne Capoue.

Deulofeu...