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Profile of the Scottish footballer Tony Watt, who currently plays as a forward at Cardiff City. The 22-year old player Watt joined Cardiff from Charlton Athletic and wears the number 32 shirt.

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Tony Watt Career


Tony Watt : Cardiff City News
“When Russell Slade arrived at Cardiff City as manager one of the first thing he insisted on was that one of his first priorities was to establish strong partnerships right through his side.”
 Wales Online Yesterday
“Manchester United defender Chris Smalling has claimed that he and his teammates "don't care" that Pep Guardiola will take charge of their local rivals Manchester City in the summer.”
 Sports Mole Yesterday
“Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy has insisted that he and his teammates are just "enjoying the ride" in their charge for the Premier League title.”
 Sports Mole Yesterday
“Read more: Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan flies into UK this week ahead of It reminded me a little of when Tony Watt arrived in the Cardiff attack at the back end of last year, you’ve suddenly got a bit more energy going forward, a bit more pep.”
 Wales Online Yesterday
“TEN years ago today proved the beginning of the end for the prolific but unreliable Stoke City striker Sambegou Bangoura Bangoura didn't show up in time for Stoke's clash with Cardiff on February 11, which they lost 3-0.”
 TheSentinel Yesterday
“There is much to improve in a week. Cowan and Co will have to be in the form of their life to seal Scotland's first win in Cardiff in 14 years — but get it right and it could be the making of them.”
 Daily Mail Yesterday
“Â That includes a three-course meal and car parking, a Q&A session with the City boss and the event will be hosted by former CCFC player Brian 'Harry' Roberts.”
 Footy Mad Yesterday
“Remaining fixtures: Brentford (H), Preston (A), QPR (H), Hull (A), Rotherham (H), Brighton (A), Nottingham Forest (A), Charlton (H), Huddersfield (A), Blackburn (H), Bristol City (A), Ipswich (H), MK Dons (H), Derby (A), Cardiff (H), Wolves (A).”
 Birmingham Mail 2 days ago
“Former England Under-21 boss Stuart Pearce has predicted that Leicester City will go all the way and win the Premier League title. Claudio Ranieri's side are currently at the top of the table with a five-point lead over second-placed Tottenham Hotspur.”
 Sports Mole 2 days ago
“Everton striker Romelu Lukaku has revealed that a back problem almost resulted in him missing the club's 3-0 win away at Stoke City.”
 Sports Mole 3 days ago
Tony Watt Career Honours

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Goalkeepers
Ben Wilson Simon Moore
David Marshall
Defenders
Jazzi Barnum-Bobb Lee Peltier
Scott Malone Declan John
Fabio Adedeji Oshilaja
Matthew Connolly Gabriel Tamas
Ben Turner Sean Morrison
Bruno Ecuele Manga
Midfielders
Matthew Kennedy Joe Mason
Sammy Ameobi Craig Noone
Tommy O'Sullivan Joe Ralls
Anthony Pilkington Kadeem Harris
Stuart O'Keefe Peter Whittingham
Aron Gunnarsson Kagisho Dikgacoi
Forwards
Tony Watt Federico Macheda
Idriss Saadi Rhys Healey