Match Day Thread Hull City v Northampton

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City win?

Poll closed Apr 5, 2021.
  1. City win

    77.4%
  2. Cobblers

    13.2%
  3. Draw

    9.4%
  1. Chazz Rheinhold

    Chazz Rheinhold Well-Known Member

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    Kick off 3pm Monday.

    will terry stick with big Tom or start magennis? What do you think?
    rest of the team pick itself I imagine? Or will he put Wilks to centre forward and play Whyte on the right?

    We beat these 2-0 way back in September, who says i don’t do research eh eh

    can be none other than the same score this time!

    City 2-0
     
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  2. Phinius T Bookbinder

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    Maginess for me. It’s thanks Tom but it’s not working. Yep 2-0 tigers.
     
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  3. Chazz Rheinhold

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    Northampton is home to the biggest market square in England which was established in 1189 around All Saint’s Church.

    Comedian Alan Carr's dad Graham was a half-back and later a manager with The Cobblers.

    Des O’Connor (a born and bred Northampton lad) had a brief professional football career at the club during the Second World War.

    The town played host to England’s last ever witch executions when Elinor Shaw and Mary Phillips were burned to death in 1705.

    Northampton hosted England’s only recorded case of someone being “pressed to death”. This form of execution was reserved for felons who refused to plead and entailed heavier and heavier weights being placed on their chest until a confession was made or the prisoner died.

    Margaret Bondfield was the first female Cabinet Minister in Britain.

    John Bayles is said to have lived to the ripe old age of 130. If true, he would hold the record of being the oldest man in history by a spectacular margin of 14 years.

    The first Apricots in Britain were grown in Northamptonshire.

    Britain's first ever car chase took place in Northampton, reaching speeds of up to 15mph.

    The world’s first RADAR demonstration took place in Daventry on February 26, 1935, with the supervision of Robert Watson-Watt, pioneer of the radar.
     
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  5. Chazz Rheinhold

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    Surprising amount of famous people come from Northampton
     
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    Unsurprisingly, most of them moved. :emoticon-0100-smile



    I have no idea if that's true...
     
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  8. Chazz Rheinhold

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    Youll be fine no one reads it anyway
     
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  9. Aquity

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    Such a shame for Eaves, sometimes hes brilliant then other times hes crap, then again the same can be said for Wilks but hes scoring goals, Josh in for Tom for me, still not convinced by Slater , wonder if we can pop Honeyman in his role and try Crowley instead
     
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    Read what? :huh:
     
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    Couple of late goals at the tail end of a tepid, nervy affair. I assume they'll park the bus.
    2-0 City
    Supermac and KLP
    btw. Pish and Wonderland draw...
     
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  12. Chazz Rheinhold

    Chazz Rheinhold Well-Known Member

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    Just about to start a Easter egg hunt in my sprawling swathe of a back garden. A few adults and a lot of kids, they all part of my covid aware bubble. Coffee table with 40 Easter eggs on it, 40 tiny glittery eggs hidden within our garden. As each kid finds one they come back to the house to claim an egg. Chicken George for the lot of us at 4 pm. I must be ****ing mad !!!! Not to worry bottle of kraken rum on hand...
     
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  14. DMD

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    If the fun is in the hunt, you should have just told them there were 40 eggs out there, and then when they don't find any, tell them it's because they're crap at hunting. Saves all that bother. :emoticon-0105-wink:
     
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    Cruel but good :grin:
     
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  16. Brucebones

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    Magennis to start, close game, think it’s going to be 0-0, 1-1 or Northampton to nick it by the odd goal.
     
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  17. DMD

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    As an alternative, he could have just hidden bits of ham for the pork hunts. :emoticon-0100-smile
     
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    Has to be Maguinnes for me if we stick with Tom can’t see us winning, another disappointing draw
     
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    The retired teacher from Northampton, and 'elsewhere', may give it a read.
     
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  20. DMD

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    Like taking Candy from a baby.
     
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