When Pearson took over from Sanchez Flores, Watford had taken just eight points from 15 games and under his guidance they claimed 25 points from 20 matches, a point average that would have left them comfortably in mid-table had it been over the course of an entire season. He was just frustrated and had a firm talking to us.
"I don't know what was expected of him to do, he took over in a really tough position, six points adrift? I think you get to a point in football where you're not surprised anymore but I would say that this one certainly, you know, took me back a bit", he said.
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The Hornets are now 17th on the table with 34 points after 36 league appearances - just three points better than 18th place Bournemouth. "We wasn't locked in so a lot of interesting things". "We can't let it dissuade us from our focus", Mullins told reporters ahead of Tuesday's game against second-placed Manchester City. "We know the manager was a big part of it, but the club have made a decision and us, the players and staff, have to be professional enough to focus on the next two games". We're confident in what we are trying to do. "He took over in a real hard position and to get them to a position of safety, I find that really tough on him". "I learned a lot and it was a good experience for me", he added.
Pearson was only named as Watford boss in December past year after coming in to succeed Quique Sanchez Flores, but has now departed after sources claimed there was a significant difference in opinion between Pearson and Pozzo in the aftermath of the loss at the London Stadium.