WATFORD fans adder field day as they held up inflatable snakes to show their venom at former boss Marco Silva.
The Hornets hostility towards Silva – now Everton chief – has rumbled on since Watford sacked the Portuguese coach a year ago following an “unwarranted approach” from the Toffees.
And home supporters at today’s Premier League game repeated the protest they made at Goodison Park in December .
Along with snakes, posters were lifted up with messages like “MARCO 30 pieces of SILVA”.
The 41-year-old has never been forgiven amid Watford claims Everton made an illegal approach after axing Ronald Koeman in October 2017.
Silva had guided the Hornets to sixth after a four-game unbeaten start.
But things were never the same after Evertons much-reported interest.
And Silva was eventually axed in January 2018 after a run of only one win 11 Premier League games.
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