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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Febbos, Dec 22, 2019.
Getting Ha'i yet on the local delights ?
only the Bintang mate
Always better to be safe than sorry lol
Never. Risk taking is the spice of life. 'Tis the destiny of a Hull City fan
Turned into a night of culture ?
And also, may I say a Swans fan
Well done you guys. I knew we'd lost early on. Still, it was a good ride. Thanks Ben, I enjoyed my time with you. I guess we'll go our separate ways.
Thanks Febbios. We are heading towards the proper prediction league now.
You hoo, TC, can you see this?
Brucebones & Mustyfrog: 1,30
Neverdullinull & Rovertiger: 3,05
They look about right to me - not sure on RTs credentials but I've never been past the 3rd round before
Received from Neverdullinull & Rovertiger!
Ours will be in the mail once I hear back from Bruce
OMG is this STILL going on?
Personally I totally lost interest in season 5 after the first week..........
Next week the original format is back and you may start the hunt to retrive your long awaited victory! <3
The bookies favourite placing plenty of eggs in the same basket while the underdogs try spreading it out.
Brucebonus & Mustyfrog
West Ham * 2 (2 pointer)
Burnley *2 (2 pointer)
Draw in Millwall-Sheff U*2 (3 pointer)
Neverdullinull & Rovertiger
Leicester (2 pointer)
Spurs (3 pointer)
Sheff U (3)
Sheff W (3)
Fans have started gathering close to the stadium.
Brucebonus & Mustyfrog fans can be heard chanting
"Champions of not606, we know what we are!"
Neverdullinull & Rovertiger supporters responding with
"We lose every week, we lose every weeeeek, you're nothing special, we lose every week!"
Will we see an upset or can Mustyfrog clinch the duos title as well?
Dunno about this one, I think we are in trouble
All or nothing, death or glory!
Easy now Spartacus
We are guaranteed to drop at least 3 points (Cov v Brum), giving us a max pointage of 14 ... which just happens to match the oppo's max pointage.
Could it go down to the tie-breaker (with us hoping that the Happy Hammers have fallen out of love with the FA Cup).
It's a nail-biter
A lot will depend on the sides the managers put out there, hoping Wilder makes a heap like he did last round for Sheff Utd