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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Chazz Rheinhold, Jan 26, 2023.
Yeah. If he'd have stepped up he'd have caught him off, but he didn't.
Years ago at the old Wembley for an England match we had a city flag with us. Some gobby Millwall fans well below saw us and started flashing bank notes at us.
A quick chant to them of “ you’re sat in the cheap seats” shut them up. Actually one of them spent the match putting condoms over his head and blow them up through his nose. Classy.
Doesn't that go without saying.
Sounds about right!
QPR kicked off , so presumably we won the toss and decided to play towards the North Stand. That's if I understand the rules of winning the Toss.
By season end he’ll be further away than Syd
I thought it was about 120 miles to Newcastle….apparently it’s 250 now…must go via Manchester
18:05 28 Jan
What a absolute joke of a team in October we were top of the league now we're lucky to be mid table, this new manager neil,,, somebody hasn't got a clue and it looks like the players don't like him,,,lazy players, clueless manager and a director of football who should know that this is not acceptable and sort it out
Now that is what a moan looks like
It was presumably just because he's an attacking player and the game was won. We used it as an opportunity to make all 5 changes in the comfort of an already won game, give players a rest and others a chance, and it's always the attackers that get brought off. Just the reality of being in one of those positions, you don't often play a full 90.
Sounds familiar. A few years ago I worked for an organisation in which, I had to organise the travel needs for the execs and the hoi-pollio. Senior boss wanted to go to Cardiff, didn't he. He demanded the quickest and cheapest route but was too tight to pay for the plane. Only train service was via Manchester. Served him right!
We had a foreign visitor recently who flew from Humberside to Aberdeen and then to Bristol for his next meeting.He didnt have a clue where he was.
Edinburgh is 250(ish)....I do it often.
With Tufan I thought he had a decent game especially with Christie. The thing is he can change a game within seconds. Plus just a good song to sing .
Was starting to wonder if it was just me that thought Tufan didn't have that good a game. Seems not.
I like him, but I thought he was off it yesterday.
He got lucky (and yes, we're due our fair slice of luck) with the 2nd goal. At the time I thought wtf is he doing passing from there, but we / he got lucky.
There was an incredibly sloppy over hit pass that should have played a team mate in for a one on one (was it Connolly?) which instead went out for a goal kick.
I've been one of his supporters, arguing back against ridiculous comments about him, but yesterday he didn't seem to me to be on his game. That said, as with Elder, I hope he keeps his starting place, as he's quality.
Feels to me like Tufan = good and Slater = bad, regardless of what happens on the pitch.
Slater is invisible in the advanced role. Number of moves he killed yesterday by losing the ball was prominent. He’s a 6, neat and tidy in the first stage of build up. But in the final third you want Tufan on the ball over him all day and he showed it yesterday. Slater was the only disappointing performer for me yesterday. Lots of running with no real impact
Where was Tetteh yesterday?
Yes there was. Their back line was all over the place yesterday. a number of times 3 of them stepped up and one stayed back