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Profile of the English footballer Troy Deeney, who currently plays as a forward at Watford. The 28-year old player Deeney joined Watford from and wears the number 9 shirt.

Troy Deeney
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        (Squad number 9)

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Troy Deeney Career
2006–2010Walsall123(27)
2006–2007Halesowen Town (loan)10(8)
2010–Watford205(77)


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Troy Deeney : Watford News
“Troy Deeney says he owes his success with Watford to his "animal" instinct.”
 Hertfordshire Mercury 4 days ago
“Walter Mazzarri did not expect Crystal Palace to feature in the Premier League relegation battle, the Watford manager has said ahead of Cabaye whipped a free-kick in from the left and Deeney's header beat Gomes at the near post, the ball striking”
 The Oak Ridge Observer 4 days ago
“Watford striker Troy Deeney visits Garston Manor School which has been set up in his name and is the Troy Deeney Academy's first project”
 Daily Mail 5 days ago
“Troy Deeney has obviously reflected on his unfortunate error in the weekend's loss to Crystal Palace, but the midweek round of interviews also have Sebastien Prodl looking forward.”
 Wartford Vital football 8 days ago
“Watford captain Troy Deeney put through his own net mid-way through the second-half in what was an awful game of football in South London.”
 VAVEL.com 9 days ago
“Watford captain Troy Deeney thinks Nordin Amrabat's return from injury could prove influential in the bid for Premier League survival.”
 Eat Sleep Sport 9 days ago
“Troy Deeney is used to sending the Watford fans into raptures when he finds the back of the net. Not this weekend, though.”
 Caught Offside 10 days ago
“An own goal from the Watford captain, Troy Deeney, put the seal on another resilient defensive display led by the resurgent Mamadou Sakho as Palace eased their relegation worries before a treacherous run-in that includes matches against all of the top six.”
 The Guardian 10 days ago
“Craig Cathcart has revealed that Troy Deeney apologised to his Watford team-mates following his own-goal winner against Crystal Palace.”
 Hertfordshire Mercury 11 days ago
“Since Watford returned to the Premier League two seasons ago, Troy Deeney has been the club's hero on many occasions. However, one particular development from the Hornets' 1-0 loss at Crystal Palace has left the striker with a rather unfortunate honour.”
 Yahoo Sports 11 days ago
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Goalkeepers
Haviv Ohayon Rene Gilmartin
Giedrius Arlauskis Costel Pantilimon
Heurelho Gomes
Defenders
Juan Carlos Paredes Brice Dja Djedje
Daryl Janmaat Jose Holebas
Kenedy Adrian Mariappa
Younes Kaboul Miguel Britos
Craig Cathcart Sebastian Prodl
Christian Kabasele
Midfielders
Isaac Success Nordin Amrabat
Camilo Zuniga Adlene Guedioura
Ben Watson Abdoulaye Doucoure
Valon Behrami Etienne Capoue
Roberto Pereyra
Forwards
Troy Deeney Odion Ighalo
Stefano Okaka Jerome Sinclair