One of the few black professionals of his day, 'Henry' Roy Brown played for Watford from 1953-1957.
Photos of the boxing brothers and of their father Claude
Allan remembers the successes of the Buxton brothers and reflects on growing up in Watford
Sammy's father was Chinese and his mother English. He played for Watford between 1957 and 1965.
A national icon, John Barnes became known as the 'jewel' unearthed by Graham Taylor.
Luther Blissett set a string of goal scoring records both for the club and among black players in English football.
Allan Buxton describes a trip back to his father's birthplace in Antigua
The first black players in Watford FC were the Cother brothers, who began playing with the team in 1898.