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Post-match press conference: Quique Sanchez Flores vs West Ham Utd


Filed: Thursday, 21st April 2016
By: Staff Writer


Watford manager Quique Sanchez Flores admitted that his team may have had one eye on this weekend's FA Cup semi final.

The Hornets were comfortably beaten at the Boleyn thanks to strikes from Andy Carroll and Mark Noble (two penalties), much to the disappointment of the Spanish boss.

Hear what Flores had to say about the evening's events during his post-match press conference...






*Arsene Wenger: post-match press conference


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Cool, calm and collected: Quique Sanchez Flores reflects on defeat at the Boleyn






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