Lloyd Doyley is an experienced defender who is Watford?s longest-serving player. A product of the club?s youth set-up, he was used in the centre of defence in his early days, but was mostly employed at left back in the absence of a permanent left-footed full back in 2010-11. Lloyd has made over 300 competitive appearances for the Hornets and had the distinction of scoring his first senior goal in the Championship fixture with Queen?s Park Rangers in December 2009 with a superb diving header, an effort which was subsequently voted as the club?s Goal of the Season.
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