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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Chazz Rheinhold, Sep 22, 2022.
Big physical side
And we’re weak in midfield
Pick your team
Bloody hell Chazz, must be the earliest MDT ever.
My first thought is I'm shocked shota is still in charge
Ya bugger, was your info wrong?
Could have been, things could have changed...who knows! I still think he'll be gone once a replacement is found
Luton hosts the UK's biggest one day carnival.
Upset over the lavish spending on London’s Peace Parade, servicemen began to riot between the 19th – 21st July 1919, arguing that money would have been better spent reintegrating soldiers after the war. During the riots, Luton Town Hall was burnt down and afterwards all of those that were involved received severe penalties.
Luton is recorded in the Domesday Book by the name of Loitone with 750 of the population. Luton was founded in the 6th century during the reign of Saxons when they were dominant over River Lea. Historians write that this river was mainly the root-cause of Luton’s name.
People from Bedfordshire are called “Bedfordshire Bulldogs” or “Clangers”. The term “Clangers” originates from a traditional local dish.
The Clanger is a traditional Bedfordshire dish, a suet pastry with meat at one end, and jam on the other.
The concept of afternoon tea was born in Bedfordshire.
Wendy from Peter Pan was based on a real person. Wendy’s grave is in Potton. Her actual name was Margret Henley and the name Wendy came from mispronunciation. Her dad also inspired Long John Silver. He was the poet W. E Henley. Both of them are buried at St John’s Church.
Former Luton Town and United States international goalkeeper Ian Feuer played one of the predators in the film Aliens vs Predator: Requiem.
Britain’s first hot air balloon landed in Bedfordshire. Damaging more of Beds than all of the hotels in Portugal.
The reaction of the crowd to another spineless insipid defeat to nil will be more interesting than the game
Phew, I was sweating there, until the last sentence.
I will be watching in the Lord Nelson in Caleta de Fuste.
The last time I watched City in the Lord Nelson in Caleta de Fuste, we got done 5 - 0 by Derby.
I'm expecting something very similar. :-(
Got to Mollys Irish Bar for something different
Too 'uphill' for my knees. I seldom cross the FV-2
Bummed by the Hatters, bummed by the hatters
We’re gonna get bummed by the hatters
Probably, but you don't need to make this thread part of your grindr profile.
Could lead to 'un-intended consequences.'
I am too, up to the last game I was optimistic he would turn things around, but seeing his body language and reaction after the last game, he doesn't seem to have the type of character to be able to rally the troops. I really think we need to go with Slater/Woods/Docherty in midfield to get some bite and energy in there.
First defeat after Acun has someone 'better' lined up he'll be gone. If not before.
It's next week!!!!
I think you could well be right, I believe Acun will be disappointed in how easily he seems to have given up.
I'm not so sure he got what he asked for this window. By and large.
Think we’ll lose again sadly. I’m thinking around the 3-0 yet again. Manager not good enough, defence not good enough and midfield defensive duties not good enough. Hell I’m in a grumpy negative mood this morning.
Can’t see any change in results or performance, I’ll be surprised by anything other than a defeat.
There’s always hope, but even then, I’m not sure getting a result helps the club move forward in the long term if we’re going to fail over the following matches.
I just don’t see Shota suddenly evolving into a great manager from 1, what I would expect to be, lucky result.