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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Chazz Rheinhold, Jan 26, 2023.
Banned after his red card at Sheff U
I’m getting old & forgetful but I’m sure a “6” was always a centre half in my day. Slater is far too tall to play centre half.
Unless you mean a 6 out of 10 in which case I’m getting old & forgetful
When he first joined us on loan in League 1, he said in his club interview on YouTube that he considers himself a box-to-box midfielder/#8. From what I’ve seen, he’s neither a #10 or a defensive midfielder so he’s probably right. He’s not a winger either.
Centre half was no 5.
Ah, of course. Thanks.
Stop picking on Orange. He is still tender after the incident with his Rochdale supporting pal.
not his biggest fan but yesterday showed why rosie picks him rightly or wrongly
I always saw (maybe centre halves had evolved to centre backs) them as 5 & 6 with 4 as a holding (defensive) midfielder.
Goes back to the original formation in the old days, goalie 1, full backs 2 and 3 and the in 4,5,6 in the middle in the 1 2 3 5 formation.
Jack Charlton was always described as a centre half. These things did evolve over time.
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This fella was a decent centre back as well, but wore no.6￼
1 or 3 games with it being a straight red I think possibly 3 as it was violent play trying to nut the ****er..
I always see it as 4 & 5 as CB’s with 6 & 8 as CM’s although after Ash was 4, it all changed a bit with 6 being CB.
I’ve always liked it as:
12. Sub GK.
The position that was mentioned was centre half. A centre half was number 5. The number that Jack Charlton wore for Leeds and England. The formation you are describing was later than the formation which had a centre half.
Has anyone seen an angle showing Connolly beating the offside trap for the third goal yet?
Nobby Stiles and Billy Bremner were a tad small to play centre back. Definitely 5 and 6.
Jack Charlton was Leeds and England no 5. He was a centre half. Every centre half then was no 5.
Junior showed me a picture on Twitter (which he can't find now) showing he was clearly onside
You can tell he was played onside by someone out of camera shot. Not one QPR player raised their hand to appeal for offside.
Yeh I don't doubt it was onside, I would just like to see it so I can better appreciate the quality of the run and Seri's pass.