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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Chazz Rheinhold, Jan 26, 2023.
Strange match yesterday. Bloody fantastic to get a win and the team deserved it and the clean sheet. Hopefully given the squad a big confidence boost. And always good to be able to wind up the opposition with the mauling chants and actions.
however, I did feel like we’ve played better recently and not won, so not booking a hotel for Wembley just yet. QPR gave me the impression that all is not well with them, they just didn’t look up for it at all. And that nonsense just before half time with their player coming on from treatment and going straight down again was odd. They would be no benefit to them for time wasting, it seemed more like a sulk and a “get me off”, which is again odd while in the added minutes before half time.
Wolves and England centre half Billy Wright. They had stopped using the line up that the numbers were originally based on by the time Adams started playing. In fact before he started playing.
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Isn't centre back (or CB because the kids who get all their football knowledge from the fifa game love an acronym) just modern day speak for centre half?
Three nil's not a mauling, it's merely going into five minutes of injury time without an overdose of anxiety.
No.There can be more than one centre back.Centre half and it being number 5 goes back to the old 2 3 5 formation with the middle 3 being 4 5 6 and the centre half been the centre of the midfield in those days. Things altered as formations changed.
Who says you never learn anything on here. My eyes have been opened
So I assume this was before Charlton, Davidson, etc. Are you suggesting 5 forwards lined up vs 2 full backs?
What shirt number was used by the player who typified the main one using "The Revie Plan" ?
7.67 or 6.5 ?
Yes. 2 full backs, a right half centre half and left half, a right winger, inside right, centre forward, inside left and a left winger was the line up. Things only really altered in the early 1950s.
That doesn't change the fact that in the modern day, centre back and centre half are interchangeable terms for the same position. One is a traditional name for the position and the other is a modernisation of it, but they refer to the same thing.
It doesn’t alter the fact that the original post referred to the number for a centre half which was 5. When formations altered there was not a centre half as in the old days. Centre backs are not centre half’s, the played in the middle of a right half and left half hence the name,
It certainly escalated quickly didn't it? After a ****ing good win and performance anarl.
These last few pages???
We lost 3-0 to QPR yesterday...........................................................................................................................(hopefully that will return thread to default!!)
We won games at the start of the season when we looked crap, yesterday was nothing like that.
Some of the ****e on here. What a clusterfuck.
I just love this, Liam's smile as if to say I told you he was a quality player.
I don't mind him but that just isn't true, he had the lowest passing accuracy of the full midfield and looked extremely isolated.
This is what I said to me old man, sometimes with Smith/Slater/Doc/Longman they need a second touch and aren't quite sharp enough. We retain the ball but the momentum goes. Tufan/Christie yesterday were quality with the ball at their feet, playing really nice flowing one touch stuff.
Me too. I also liked the post match of comments from Aaron acknowledging he's had his eye off the ball before coming to us and what a difference it made having a manager believe in him.
(Not so keen on dozens of posts about the exact nature and correct number of positions no one even plays any longer )