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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Cortez91, Apr 4, 2017.
Ye but one of the two wins I stated is against Sunderland. So
Both teams dont deserve to stay up and if one of us or still possible the two of us do then we would be the luckiest teams in the premiership.......we dont deserve to be called a premiership side the both teams......
The team who comes 17th over 38 games deserves to stay up.
Dunno what you're on about
Points don't lie! If you stay up then you deserve it! A big fat FACT
We've climbed several mountains this season just to be still in with a chance of avoiding relegation. It will be a fantastic achievement if we manage to stay up. It's not down to the players, fans or coaching staff, who have all battled like **** to be still in with a chance, that we started with such a ****ty shambles off the field.
And if both teams field unregistered members of Take That???....
Must do better laddie.
Slipshod forum posts will not be tolerated.
There are standards you know.
The expected would be for us to scrape enough points to avoid relegation; as that seems to be the general, most recent, consensus of the various punditry.
The unexpected will be Hull City putting together a set of results that better reflect the new spirit and determination of a Silva team, the type of run that others have shocked us with. This is how it will be.
I hope we can get Moses back for our final game, we will need him against Spurs.
...and Jesus and God.
Could do with St. John upfront as well.
That chap Judas that plays for Swansea might help us for a small fee.
We have a Muhammed. He is handy for cutting down the opposition.
Muhammed the lumberjack?
I Bryan still on our books ?
Did you mean I Claudius?
Blessed be the...?
Cheesemakers? Well, obviously it's not meant to be taken literally. It refers to any manufacturer of dairy products.
Are you Julie Andrews?