• Troy Deeney

    Jersey number: 9
    Team: Watford FC
    Age: 30
    Born on:
    Height: 1.84 m
    Contract until:
    Market value: 10 Million €
    Preferred foot: right
    Preferred position: Centre Forward
    Other positions: Secondary Striker
    Place of birth: Birmingham, England

  • Troy Deeney is a Watford FC player, he plays as a forward.
    He likes to play as centre forward, but he can also play as secondary striker. His stronger foot is the right.
    He's the captain of his team.
    He is older than the average in his team.
    His market value is higher than the team average.
    Troy Deeney has more followers than the team average.

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Meeting the real Troy Deeney - what is Watford striker like when the cameras stop?

Courteous and curious, as well as candid - Gabby Logan on what Watford striker Troy Deeney was like when she interviewed him for this week's Premier League Show.

Troy Deeney: Watford striker on Cardiff City radar

Watford's Troy Deeney is a Cardiff City target as they look to boost their attack ahead of the Premier League campaign.

Watford striker Troy Deeney could miss rest of season after suffering foot injury in draw with Crystal Palace

Deeney has had a difficult season by his standards but has still scored more than Andre Gray and Stefano Okaka combined

Troy Deeney says 'cojones' criticism has played key role in saving Arsenal's season as Gunners eye Europa League semi-finals

The Watford forward lamented the Gunners' lack of leaders back in October, and believes it has helped spur their recent winning run

Anfield tunnel cam proves Jurgen Klopp was wrong about what Troy Deeney did after Liverpool vs Watford

The Reds boss said the Hornets captain shook hands with ALL of the Reds players after the game, but an over-eager Anfield official ensured that wasn't possible

Jurgen Klopp reveals what Troy Deeney did in players' tunnel after Liverpool thumped Watford

Mohamed Salah scored four goals and assisted one as the Reds moved themselves into third

How Troy Deeney's comments inspired us - Arsenal defender reveals all after Watford win

ROB HOLDING has revealed Arsenal’s squad used Troy Deeney's controversial comments to inspire them to a comfortable 3-0 victory over Watford on Sunday.

Arsenal news: Arsene Wenger mocks Troy Deeney after penalty miss

ARSENE WENGER clearly took pleasure from Watford's penalty miss during Arsenal's win over Watford.

"Where are your cojones?" Arsenal fans slam Troy Deeney after the Watford forward misses a penalty at the Emirates

The Hornets striker had plenty to say about the Gunners the last time the two sides played in the Premier League

Troy Deeney: Arsenal fans demand revenge after 'cojones' jibe

TROY DEENEY incited a meltdown earlier in the season with his less-than-complimentary comments about Arsenal – now the fans want revenge.

Arsenal vs Watford confirmed team news: Six Gunners changes, Holding in, Deeney starts

ARSENAL have made six changes to the side which beat AC Milan on Thursday.

Watford's Troy Deeney gets green light to mock Arsenal again in first meeting since THAT 'cojones' jibe

The Hornets visit Arsene Wenger's men on Sunday and boss Javi Gracia won't be gagging his captain

Troy Deeney’s late winner for Watford leaves Alan Pardew on brink

Alan Pardew did not hang around. As soon as the final whistle blew he headed down the tunnel. Out of sight but, as far as the West Brom supporters here were concerned, not out of mind. “Alan Pardew, get out of our club,” they chanted having bellowed “You’re getting sacked in the morning” at the manager shortly after Troy Deeney had struck. The atmosphere was toxic and, for Pardew, the end feels increasingly near.The 56-year-old arrived here with his job on the line and it is hard to see him still being in charge by the time Leicester arrive at The Hawthorns on Saturday. It is now one win in 15 Premier League games since he succeeded Tony Pulis in November with this the first time West Brom have suffered five successive league defeats since January 2011. Continue reading...

Watford 1-4 Huddersfield Town: Aaron Mooy bags brace, Troy Deeney sees red and David Wagner's men claim three points

David Wagner's men picked up three points at Vicarage Road with an emphatic win as both sides' finished with 10 men

Football transfer rumours: Troy Deeney and Steven N'Zonzi to Everton?

Today’s tell-all didn’t get where it is today without having a little champagne, not too much, just enoughEverton’s failure to adequately replace Romelu Lukaku in the summer transfer window has been cited as one of several reasons for their sluggish start to the season. The Toffees have drawn seven blanks in all competitions already this season and their new manager, Sam Allardyce, has his beady eye on Watford’s club captain and striker, Troy Deeney, as a potential January recruit. Deeney has started just four Premier League matches for Watford this season and irritated his manager, Marco Silva, with very public and disparaging remarks he made regarding Arsenal’s lack of “cojones”, an appraisal one suspects might have had Allardyce nodding in agreement. A robust, physical and no-nonsense striker built in the Kevin Davies mould, one suspects Deeney and Allardyce might get along like a house on fire.Everton are also preparing to hitch their skirts in the direction of Sevilla midfielder Steven N’Zonzi, who has fallen out with his manager, Eduardo Berizzo, since being substituted in his side’s draw with Liverpool last month. The £25m-rated France international midfielder has not played since Sevilla’s epic second-half comeback two weeks ago and has since been exiled from the first-team squad. Arsenal are also understood to be interested in giving him a new home. And on an unsurprisingly busy morning of transfer speculation regarding Everton, considering the identity of their new manager, the club – along with West Ham and Swansea City – are also being linked with a move for Augsburg’s 27-year-old Ghanaian right-back, Daniel Opare. Continue reading...

Everton make Deeney top target - Monday's gossip

Everton make Troy Deeney their top target, Aleksandar Mitrovic is nearing a return to Anderlect, Arsenal want Steven N'Zonzi, plus more.

Everton eye January transfers of Steven Nzonzi and Troy Deeney as new boss Sam Allardyce gets to work

Big Sam signed Sevilla's French midfielder for Blackburn eight years ago and later wanted him in his ENGLAND squad, while the Watford striker was on the Blues' radar during the summer window

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