Match Day Thread Portsmouth v Hull City

Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Chazz Rheinhold, Jan 22, 2021.

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City win?

Poll closed Jan 23, 2021.
  1. City

    49.1%
  2. Draw

    34.0%
  3. Pompey chime

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  1. AlRawdah

    AlRawdah Well-Known Member

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  2. Chazz Rheinhold

    Chazz Rheinhold Well-Known Member

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    Bloody hell
    Brought a lump to my throat that
    I didn’t know sonny’s dad personally but now I’ve seen a picture I definitely have seen him in the pub in the past.
    RIP Ray.
     
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    Red top reader Well-Known Member

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    Oh my lord I had tears in my
    eyes reading that, you can
    almost touch the love he
    has for his father. I’ve never
    met my father but if I could
    choose, I’d have his dad also.
    Rest in peace Ray.
     
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  4. johnbo

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    I thought yesterday was an excellent performance mainly due to the fact that we restricted them so well, in 90 minutes they hardly created anything and they are a team in form. We defended very well has a team, going forward we had good movement. For me keeping clean sheets is a must, we were doing it at the beginning of the season, it takes good organisation, discipline and a full team effort to do so. Games ahead in this league no matter who you are playing then you have to stick by these principles otherwise it's easy to slip up. Tuesday night will be equally difficult but hopefully we will go there and perform again because winning and performing creates confidence which is only a good thing.
     
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    City have certainly set a standard now, shown they are capable of playing as a team with belief, passion and 100% commitment. now its about keeping the momentum going without too many "dips". We have enough in the squad to rotate when necessary and so far we have done well regards long term injuries. Tuesday is another tough away game but with the confidence running through the camp I would expect at least a point (all 3 would be nice) I no longer fear "the one or two changes" to the starting 11 as we appear to have strength in depth now, we just have to keep the faith !! UTT
     
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    But apart from that Sue what have the Romans ever done for us...
     
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    Didnt they build roads lol.
     
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  8. Chazz Rheinhold

    Chazz Rheinhold Well-Known Member

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    How and who are these unfortunate people that can’t afford a tenner?
     
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    balkan tiger Well-Known Member

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    The ones with a 65 inch telly, an I phone latest model of course, smoking ciggy's types of course.
     
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    And sewers
     
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  11. Chazz Rheinhold

    Chazz Rheinhold Well-Known Member

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    Kempton then?
     
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    Ifollow stream quality is a piss take take SD quality at its best which is rare.
    Yesterday was the best quality picture for the £30 I have spent this week.
     
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  13. Ric Glasgow

    Ric Glasgow Well-Known Member

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    Give it a couple of weeks on here Su and being called a 'character' will come across as a compliment.

    Right,Ifollow,I'm a bit short for this Tuesday.....Can you sort me out?
     
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    spesupersydera Well-Known Member

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    Devils advocate - how many times have YOU told your boss to gtf and you're going to do what you want and not what he wants?
     
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    Good job some well known politicians didn't have to work all that out.
    One goal would have made a difference if we drew any games or lost any by one goal, wouldn't it, as we would have got an extra point from that game? All a bit difficult for a Sunday morning.
     
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    Barchullona Well-Known Member

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    Still cheaper than going, taking travelling and everything else into account. Especially for couples or families.
    Would have loved the chance to watch City in colour at away games I couldn't get to years ago in the days pubs were shut at 3pm all for the cost of 3 pints.The exiles would have loved the chance to see home games as well
     
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    KLP upfront has been a really important element in our last two games. This is not only about his personal contribution, but also the effect on the team overall. I'm sure we are playing fewer long balls down the centre and therefore playing through the midfield much more, and to very good effect. It makes us a much more fluent team and gives us a greater share of possession.
     
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    despite a superb goal from Magennis, starting without Eaves or Magennis up front and using KLP as target made a huge difference and contributed significantly to our chances being taken - being in the right place at the right time and not missing 'sitters' obviously makes a tremendous difference - hopefully he sticks with trhe same winning team
     
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    Thats like asking, who needs to go to foodbanks, who needs meals delivering for their kids, who needs furlough handout to make ends meet etc etc, sadly there are folk out there who need that tenner to spend on more important things. I count my blessings I dont have to live like that, but I know some who do. Then there are those of course who have the big tellies, sit on the couch smoking their 40 fags and supping their cheap beer and scream poverty lol. I just know a couple of folk who do need help sometimes, so why not if I can afford it occasionally.
     
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    You're forgetting the pitbull.
     
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