Match Day Thread Plymouth v Hull City

Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Chazz Rheinhold, Apr 9, 2021.

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City win?

Poll closed Apr 10, 2021.
  1. City win

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  2. Hoe Hoe Hoe

    21.8%
  3. Draw

    23.6%
  1. Ric Glasgow

    Ric Glasgow Well-Known Member

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    They've got a half decent home record but we'll still pump them...1-3 UTT.
     
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  2. Brucebones

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    I was thinking the same thing. Hopefully they’ll be like Portsmouth, on the South Coast, score a few own goals, we get the 3 points.
     
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  3. TIGERSCAVE

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    How are the team getting there...?... any ideas... 5 and a half on the coach I suspect.... maybe they've chartered a flight...?
     
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  4. AmalCarb

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    Maybe an Abby’s coach?

    To the airport...


    Allam’s Charter flights Ltd. OUT.
     
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  5. Red top reader

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    McCann and his players flew this afternoon from Humberside Airport to Exeter a journey of less than an hour, before making the relatively short hop by bus to their hotel, a move which the City head coach hopes will be better prepare his players both physically and mentally for a tough challenge on Saturday afternoon.
     
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  6. Duffens_Briefs

    Duffens_Briefs Well-Known Member

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    One of those long tandems like the Goodies had. Straight down the M5 at 60mph, though that hill near to Newton Abbott is a bit of a barsix.
     
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  7. Red top reader

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    McCann and his players flew this afternoon from Humberside Airport to Exeter a journey of less than an hour, before making the relatively short hop by bus to their hotel, a move which the City head coach hopes will be better prepare his players both physically and mentally for a tough challenge on Saturday afternoon.
     
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  8. tigerscanada

    tigerscanada Well-Known Member

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    The head coach to park the bus?
     
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  9. Roary's Smelly Head

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    don't think we're going to win this one. tough match. will be happy with a draw.
     
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  10. Blaknamberblood

    Blaknamberblood Well-Known Member

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    Difficult game this one .. hope for a win .. head telling me a draw .. pessimist in me doubting we'll get anything. Always trust ya head .. draw it is
     
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  11. Phinius T Bookbinder

    Phinius T Bookbinder Well-Known Member

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    We are in form. We are in 9 game unbeaten run. We are scrapping til the end( late winner). Plymouth have no axe to bring with relegation or top 6. I expect 3 points and the team should too.
     
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  12. over18and legal

    over18and legal Well-Known Member

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  13. DMD

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    The Plymouth Gin Distillery is Oldest in England

    Britain’s Porcelain Industry Began in Plymouth

    Home to the Oldest Ashkenazi Synagogue in the English-Speaking World

    Plymouth has the highest concentration of cobbled streets in England.

    Jackas Bakery, located on the Barbican, is reputed to be the oldest commercial bakery in the world still in operation

    Nancy Astor became the first woman Member of Parliament, representing the constituency of Sutton in Plymouth

    Plymouth became the first town in Britain to receive a fresh water supply from outside its boundaries thanks to Sir Francis Drake constructing a 14-mile leat from the River Meavy on Dartmoor in 1591

    Originally Plymouth Argyle Football Club was known as Plymouth Argyll Football Club, as the founders of the club wished the team to emulate the style of football played by the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. The name was later changed to ‘Argyle’ because the founding members had rooms in Argyle Terrace in Plymouth

    Captain Robert Falcon Scott (of the Antarctic) was born in Plymouth

    John Howland fell overboard the Mayflower during a storm and was almost lost at sea but managed to grab the topsail halyards, giving the crew enough time to rescue him with a boat hook. His descendants include Franklin D Roosevelt, George H W Bush, George W Bush, the poet Ralph Waldo Emerson and Humphrey Bogart.

    Plymouth-born Trevor Francis was the first player to command a £1 million transfer fee in English football.
     
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  14. Ric Glasgow

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    Haven't read it but good post all the same.:emoticon-0100-smile
     
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  15. Donatella Anybody

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    another 3-nil for city
     
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  16. johnbo

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    Good home record these, been in good form, managed a draw at inform Blackpool only three weeks ago, disappointing performance last week losing away to Shrewsbury, players afterwards apologising to the manager by text and saying they let him down but are right up for this one. However hopefully we are the future champions, at the moment it’s all to close to call but win this one and it won’t be far away. Tough game, not bothered how we do it but find a way to win.
     
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  17. Urika Peece.

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    Flew down Friday morning, hotel, no expense spared.
     
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  18. Erik

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    Plymouth Argyle 3-2 Hull City
     
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  19. SAFC4ever

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    Plymouth are on the beach
    0-3, Wilks, Lewis-Potter, Magennis (pen)
     
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  20. Stockholm Tiger

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    It would be amazing to still be in the driving seat by the end of the day but it'll be a tough test today I think. Come on City once more into the breach!
     
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