Match Day Thread Hull City v Millwall

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  1. Chazz Rheinhold

    Chazz Rheinhold Well-Known Member

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    3-5-2 nuff said. :emoticon-0147-emo:

    Wven playing players completely out of position and the formation works. We will only get better the longer we continue with it and the players get more and more comfortable with it. It’s no coincidence greaves and smallwood are playing out of their skin in this formation.
    we will do them 3-0

    A resurgent Hull City will be aiming for a fourth consecutive victory when they host mid-table Millwallin the Championship on Saturday afternoon.

    The Tigers' recent hot streak has moved them up to 19th in the table and three points above the relegation zone, while the Lions are 10th and four points behind the playoffs.
    Hull looked in deep trouble at the start of the month having lost five games in a row, but a 1-0 triumph over Cardiff City on Wednesday night was their third successive win without conceding.

    Keane Lewis-Potter scored the only goal of the game in South Wales, meaning that the Tigers have doubled their points tally for the season in the space of two-and-a-half weeks.

    With a trip to 21st-placed Reading to come next weekend, Grant McCann will sense an opportunity to build some much needed momentum at last; they are aiming for four consecutive wins in the second tier for the first time since January 2019.

    However, only Cardiff have picked up fewer points at home in the Championship this season than Hull, while the Tigers are also the second-lowest scorers in the division.
    Millwall are one of only two sides in the Championship with a current goal difference of zero, having scored 19 and conceded 19.

    Perhaps that is unsurprising considering that they have also recorded the second-most draws in the league this season (nine), behind only Derby County (10).

    The South London side's last three games have all ended level, with Benik Afobe's second-half equaliser earning them a point in a 1-1 draw against Bournemouth on Wednesday.
    Gary Rowett
    felt as if his team actually deserved to beat the Cherries, with the Lions coping well with the threat posed by their high-flying opponents.

    Millwall have only won two of their nine away matches this season but have also only lost two of those as well.
     
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  2. Chazz Rheinhold

    Chazz Rheinhold Well-Known Member

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    You might not want to play it with the sound on homeys!!!
     
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  3. Plum

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    Elder must be a doubt for this one but Bernard's back (I think?) so we could have 3 proper centre halves. Watch him go 442 now!

    City 2-1
     
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  4. brownbagtiger

    brownbagtiger Well-Known Member

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    Must admit I’m not looking forward to tomorrow. **** weather, **** away team, **** away fans. Not an appealing combination.
     
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  5. Kempton

    Kempton Well-Known Member

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    Bad weather? Piece of piss for Hull City fans?

    Right up our street!

    City to win 2-0
     
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  6. Chazz Rheinhold

    Chazz Rheinhold Well-Known Member

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    Blue skies here you miserable git
     
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  7. Urika Peece.

    Urika Peece. Well-Known Member

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    Where are you watching it ?
     
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  8. Sir Cheshire Ben

    Sir Cheshire Ben Well-Known Member

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    City 3 - Pie n Mash, with dodgy gravy, munchers 0.

    Millwall, forever putting the Cock into Cockney.
     
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  9. Sir Cheshire Ben

    Sir Cheshire Ben Well-Known Member

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    Superfan alert.
     
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  10. Urika Peece.

    Urika Peece. Well-Known Member

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    Not appealing ? Three wins on the bounce, Saturday 3.00pm kick off, against the cocky cockneys ? Lovely wintery afternoon ? I can't wait.
     
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  11. Urika Peece.

    Urika Peece. Well-Known Member

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    Read his post again. 'Bad weather ?, piece of piss for US Hull City fans, Right up our street'
    He's the one taking the piss pal.
    Stick your 'superfan' comment up your arse.
     
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  12. Sir Cheshire Ben

    Sir Cheshire Ben Well-Known Member

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    Ok Superfan.

    Was it just another of your ..,

    “I’m a better supporter than you, I’m a better supporter than everyone. I was there when it was really bad, Have I mentioned I’m a better supporter than you? You’re either a supporter or you’re not & I’m a superfan who has given some money to the club. I don’t recognise your principles or that you’re doing what is morally right for you by not attending because I’m a superfan, a better supporter than you” … type of post?
     
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  13. Urika Peece.

    Urika Peece. Well-Known Member

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    I have never claimed to be anything more then a supporter of Hull City. If my principles of supporting my team upset you in some way then that is your problem, not mine.
    Call me old fashioned but I always thought a supporter was someone who actually goes to support ( a clue in there somewhere) the team when ever they can.
    Perhaps you see if differently.
    But we are all different, thankfully.
    And if you are using quotes in your post please use your own, you really don't have to make them up to get your point across.
     
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  14. Kempton

    Kempton Well-Known Member

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    I'm not watching it :cheesy:
     
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  15. Sir Cheshire Ben

    Sir Cheshire Ben Well-Known Member

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    I have no problem with your principles, or decision, to attend games at the current time. It’s your choice, a personal one. A choice I fully support.

    If only you had the same respect for others’ choices & principles rather than posting self righteous, pithy, self important critical **** that makes you appear a self righteous, pithy, self important ego-maniac who believes himself to be superior to other supporters there wouldn’t be a problem.

    On a side note, I need some power tools before Xmas. Do you have any in? Am I OK just helping myself? It’s the customer’s shop & you’re just the custodian afterall.
     
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    And here too, lovely crisp late autumn day. But the forecast tomorrow afternoon is 40+mph sleet from the north, thermometer at 3ºC. A day I will wear two pairs of socks, embrace my inner miserable git-ness and bitterly regret not being able to take my flask.
     
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  17. TwoWrights

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    By that reasoning how nice of the Allams to give us all free entry tomorrow. As for the other guff, it's all down to perception and sometimes reading things that aren't there. :emoticon-0100-smile
     
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  18. Urika Peece.

    Urika Peece. Well-Known Member

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    Very funny. Your wasted on here.
     
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  19. Sir Cheshire Ben

    Sir Cheshire Ben Well-Known Member

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    I can read. I can interpret was has been written. I can understand what has been written. I can write what I like. You can take your tongue out of superfan’s arse,
     
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  20. TwoWrights

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    You can indeed write what you like, no one else has to like it. :emoticon-0100-smile
     
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