MATCHWATCH : Hull City (a) sponsored by Mr William Whitehurst

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Re: MACHWATCH : Hull City (a) sponsored by Mr William Whitehurst

by Royality creeps In » 09 Jan 2018 21:17

double d wrote:
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double d wrote:
All is crumbling around you? Jesus wept some people on here aren't half melodramatic. It isn't like we are 10 points adrift fighting administration. We are in a decent enough position in a league where there are at least 4 worse teams then us ffs!

Name them?

We couldn’t beat a bloody egg at the moment.


Barnsley
Bolton
Birmingham (yes we lost to them but they have long been an utter pfucking shambles)
Sunderland

I fully believe we are better then Millwall and Burton on our day.
League position dictates we are better then HuLoL

Please explain how all is crumbling around us and how our club is being ruined (as some Snowflake fans have claimed)


DeLOLuded :D

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by Reading4eva » 09 Jan 2018 21:19

double d wrote:
Berry wrote:Adkins v Stam...... The bore off


I liked adkins and think he was unfairly treated and shafted


6-1 defeat to Birmingham killed him off. I'm sure if we were to get beat 6-1 this season Stam will be off

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by AthleticoSpizz » 09 Jan 2018 21:23

7-1 last season was ok

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by double d » 09 Jan 2018 21:36

Royality creeps In wrote:
double d wrote:
Royality creeps In wrote: Name them?

We couldn’t beat a bloody egg at the moment.


Barnsley
Bolton
Birmingham (yes we lost to them but they have long been an utter pfucking shambles)
Sunderland

I fully believe we are better then Millwall and Burton on our day.
League position dictates we are better then HuLoL

Please explain how all is crumbling around us and how our club is being ruined (as some Snowflake fans have claimed)


DeLOLuded :D


Care to actually add some sort of comment or try to refute it?

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Re: MACHWATCH : Hull City (a) sponsored by Mr William Whitehurst

by Berry » 09 Jan 2018 22:34

double d wrote:
Berry wrote:Adkins v Stam...... The bore off


I liked adkins and think he was unfairly treated and shafted


The players started evolving eyes in the sides of their heads whilst learning Adkins turgid sideways passing, I personally don't think he was treated badly enough and needed a proper shafting, A meeting of the gurus of crab football beckons on Saturday....Zzzzzzz


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by John Smith » 10 Jan 2018 14:31

John Smith wrote:Is this our first 6 pointer of the season?

Can someone answer me on this please

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by Hound » 10 Jan 2018 14:36

John Smith wrote:
John Smith wrote:Is this our first 6 pointer of the season?

Can someone answer me on this please


I think Brum was that

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by John Smith » 10 Jan 2018 14:41

Hound wrote:
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John Smith wrote:Is this our first 6 pointer of the season?

Can someone answer me on this please


I think Brum was that

Cheers.

Going by the form guide - they haven't won for 5 games but likewise haven't lost at home for 3. We haven't won away in 3 but don't have a terrible record away at the lesser sides.

I think we can comfortably take a point from this one - I'll go 1-1 as I think both teams are capable of scoring

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by Armadillo Roadkill » 11 Jan 2018 21:34

double d wrote:
Berry wrote:Adkins v Stam...... The bore off


I liked adkins and think he was unfairly treated and shafted


Fully agree.

A club in total disarray on the verge of receivership, forced to field inexperienced sides, plus trying to change the way the team played as part of a longer term plan to make survival tenable after promotion.

Shafted by the club, albeit through incompetence rather than malice, underrated by the fans. Conducted himself with dignity throughout.

And although it was transitional and not always pretty, his football was better to watch than Stam's.


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by Jagermesiter1871 » 11 Jan 2018 22:24

At least we all agree Clarke was a bigger cnut.

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by double d » 11 Jan 2018 22:57

In terms of pcuntyness

Clarke>mcghee>adkins>stam>pardew>mcdermott>Coppell

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by Tilehurstsouthbank » 12 Jan 2018 11:55

double d wrote:In terms of pcuntyness

Clarke>mcghee>adkins>stam>pardew>mcdermott>Coppell


McGhee>Pardew>Clarke>Stam>Adkins>McDermott>Coppell
Imo.

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by double d » 12 Jan 2018 12:07

Tilehurstsouthbank wrote:
double d wrote:In terms of pcuntyness

Clarke>mcghee>adkins>stam>pardew>mcdermott>Coppell


McGhee>Pardew>Clarke>Stam>Adkins>McDermott>Coppell
Imo.


You see I liked pardew and still do. He was a good manager. Cannot blame him for leaving tbh and if he came back wouldn't hold a grudge.


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by Tilehurstsouthbank » 12 Jan 2018 13:20

double d wrote:
Tilehurstsouthbank wrote:
double d wrote:In terms of pcuntyness

Clarke>mcghee>adkins>stam>pardew>mcdermott>Coppell


McGhee>Pardew>Clarke>Stam>Adkins>McDermott>Coppell
Imo.


You see I liked pardew and still do. He was a good manager. Cannot blame him for leaving tbh and if he came back wouldn't hold a grudge.


It was the manner that he left that still grates. Plus he can't use was and were in proper context when being interviewed. Utter Bellend.

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by Denver Royal » 12 Jan 2018 13:37

Tilehurstsouthbank wrote: It was the manner that Pardew left that still grates. Utter Bellend.


It didn't grate me then, and it certainly doesn't now.

double d wrote:I liked adkins and think he was unfairly treated and shafted


By the 'fans', right? :wink:

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by Berry » 12 Jan 2018 13:44

double d wrote:In terms of pcuntyness

Clarke>mcghee>adkins>stam>pardew>mcdermott>Coppell


No Terry Bullivant??? He was treated badly and shafted by the club, His style of football was leagues above...Disappointed to see him leave tbh

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by Sutekh » 12 Jan 2018 14:44

Berry wrote:
double d wrote:In terms of pcuntyness

Clarke>mcghee>adkins>stam>pardew>mcdermott>Coppell


No Terry Bullivant??? He was treated badly and shafted by the club, His style of football was leagues above...Disappointed to see him leave tbh


No, obviously the Taxi, Tommy Burns, Mick & Jim and Brendan's big magic book of tactics don't qualify for some reason.

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Re: MACHWATCH : Hull City (a) sponsored by Mr William Whitehurst

by Denver Royal » 12 Jan 2018 19:44

Berry wrote: Under Adkins the players started evolving eyes in the sides of their heads whilst learning Adkins turgid sideways passing..Zzzzzzz


Hmmm, so Stam wasn't necessarily the first exponent of this? Interesting.

(Excluding all variables and nuances aside for one moment, did Adkins take us to a playoff final?)

So when we hire this new bloke, we had better tread carefully to appease the baying hoardes.

Anyway, back to the regularly scheduled 'How am I supposed to vent my anger!?' programming...

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Hull City (a) sponsored by Mr William Whitehurst

by windermereROYAL » 12 Jan 2018 20:45

No Loader in the U23 team tonight, looks like he will be on the bench at least.

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by AthleticoSpizz » 12 Jan 2018 20:49

What as? a sub for a midfielder

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