Stark went on to invite Kunis to watch a Watford Football Club match as well.
What does WFC stand for?
WFC stands for Watford Football Club
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Stark invited Kunis to watch his team Watford Football Club and tuck into a chicken lunch at fast food joint Nandos in the clip, which has since gone viral.
And David joked that Elton now hopes the lad may one day play for his beloved Watford Football Club.
It means Watford FC is entering a period of time at the end of which the club will announce who will succeed Mackay as manager of Watford Football Club.
and former owner of Watford Football Club, Ivan Levy, the founder of Body Shop France/Switzerland and Martin Gill, technology entrepreneur, founder and CFO of Conduit Communications, a software and web development company, acquired for over GBP150m.
Taylor said: "The threat of administration does hang over us and I, alongside the rest of the directors, hope that Jim and (former vicechairman) Vince Russo will defer their demand for payment and also do what is right, as they always said they would, for the future of Watford Football Club.
It was not in the interests of Watford Football Club.
Watford Football Club feared for its future on Wednesday after the club's loss-making parent company asked for its shares to be suspended following the resignation of key board members.