ABDOULAYE DOUCOURE CONFIRMS HE'S STAYING AT WATFORD & KEN SEMA'S HORROR DAY AT CRYSTAL PALACE

Abdoulaye Doucoure & Watford One of the transfer rumours doing the rounds this January has been Abdoulaye Doucoure’s possible Watford exit to join PSG. Doucoure was a guest on Canal Plus on Sunday night in France. During his TV appearance, the Watford midfielder was pressed about his future with the Hornets. Doucoure replied with some good […]

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