Watford's Neil Hart joins Sean Dyche at Burnley

Picture: Watford FC

Picture: Watford FC

First published in Latest Sport

One of the senior members of staff from Watford's community trust has reunited with Sean Dyche at Burnley.

Neil Hart, who was head of community for Watford's Community Sports and Education Trust, had worked for the Hornets for almost a decade but has returned to the north, having orginated from Rochdale.

Watford's is one of the most highly-regarded trusts in the country and Burnley's, by their own admission, needs a lot of improvement to reach that level.

It is a challenge Hart is relishing in his role as the club's new head of community and he is expecting Watford's former manager to help him once again.

Hart told the Burnley Express: "I know Sean Dyche from my time at Watford and I think he and the players have a crucial role to play in this.

"We, as a club, have a real duty to get out there and do our bit for the community and I know Sean will be 100 per cent behind that because he was brilliant at Watford on the community side."

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1:44pm Mon 20 Jan 14

Abbotshorn says...

whatever happens on the pitch is what it is, but to keep hold of our identity its things like this that are staring to worry me
whatever happens on the pitch is what it is, but to keep hold of our identity its things like this that are staring to worry me Abbotshorn
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1:53pm Mon 20 Jan 14

jasonwatford says...

Abbotshorn wrote:
whatever happens on the pitch is what it is, but to keep hold of our identity its things like this that are staring to worry me
He is a northern boy returning home , Watford Trust will recruit from within or a local job advert.
[quote][p][bold]Abbotshorn[/bold] wrote: whatever happens on the pitch is what it is, but to keep hold of our identity its things like this that are staring to worry me[/p][/quote]He is a northern boy returning home , Watford Trust will recruit from within or a local job advert. jasonwatford
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3:14pm Mon 20 Jan 14

Only 2 Ross Jenkins says...

It's grim up north
It's grim up north Only 2 Ross Jenkins
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3:54pm Mon 20 Jan 14

andyhooked says...

It's grim up north indeed but I do remember back in the Taylor first era that we went to Rochdale and they opened up their club for WFC fans only after the match whilst we waited for our bus transfer to Manchester Piccadily to get the train. The guy wants to go home and can possibly buy a mansion up their after flogging his house down south.
It's grim up north indeed but I do remember back in the Taylor first era that we went to Rochdale and they opened up their club for WFC fans only after the match whilst we waited for our bus transfer to Manchester Piccadily to get the train. The guy wants to go home and can possibly buy a mansion up their after flogging his house down south. andyhooked
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7:00pm Mon 20 Jan 14

SJM...laugh at luton says...

Never heard of him...

Good luck who ever u are
Never heard of him... Good luck who ever u are SJM...laugh at luton
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10:23am Tue 21 Jan 14

oldyella says...

So he "ORGINATED" from the North did he?

I thought journalists could 'spoll' better than that!!
So he "ORGINATED" from the North did he? I thought journalists could 'spoll' better than that!! oldyella
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