Walter Mazzarri evades questions over fall-out with Watford skipper Troy Deeney

Walter Mazzarri evades questions over fall-out with Watford skipper Troy Deeney

The Hornets announced that Mazzarri would be stepping down after this weekend's game against Manchester City amid rumours that some of the clubs senior players were set to lead a revolt against the Italian by handing in transfer requests.

Watford's departing manager Walter Mazzarri says he has no regrets from his time at Vicarage Road but sidestepped questions regarding a fall-out with Troy Deeney.

The Hull players will conclude the season with a lap around the pitch to thank the supporters but Silva would like a win to end a disappointing season with a flutter of spirit. Now I would like to go to Spain, Portugal or any other destination that motivates me. He continued, "Tottenham have had a very good season and play some very good football but we want to give our fans one last good result this season". "But, honestly, I don't have any regrets".

They can still climb the table by winning their final game of the season against Manchester City and finish 17th in the standings.

Mazzarri believes it was the correct decision for the club to clarify his future before the final match.

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"I am exhausted after a demanding year, but it all depends on the offers you receive", he said. The other bet that makes sense is over 2.5 goals since I think City will score over 3 goals themselves.

Mazzarri also addressed suggestions that his lack of fluent English had been a problem this season.

"I understand nearly all the questions but I use the translator to give the flawless answer and not miss anything".

Boss Mauricio Pochettino will be hoping fullbacks Kieran Trippier and Kyle Walker will be fit to face Hull after both players missed the midweek triumph over Leicester through injury, while Danny Rose and Erik Lamela remain absent due to respective knee and hip complaints.

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