Match Day Thread Wigan v Hull City

Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Chazz Rheinhold, Feb 15, 2021.

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City win?

Poll closed Feb 17, 2021.
  1. City win

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  2. Wigan peerless

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  3. Drawer

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  1. over18and legal

    over18and legal Well-Known Member

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    Well done City.
    Well done McCann
    Well done to the 3 forwards
     
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  2. Off The Line

    Off The Line Well-Known Member

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    May I recommend living in the moment to you?
     
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  3. southerntiger

    southerntiger Well-Known Member

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    What a brilliant performance
    Trust me only the second game i have missed this season but I have had my covid jab.
     
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  4. Quill

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    Was very nice of City to finally do what some of us have been asking them to do for weeks because we know they're capable of it. But we were ****e prior to the first goal - so there's still work to be done.

    Good stuff.

    Now you need to repeat it against Doncaster.
     
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  5. Blaknamberblood

    Blaknamberblood Well-Known Member

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    Well as poor as Wigan are we did a job .. could and should have been more against that lot .. prior to the first goal its fair to say we were struggling but having put a few in I just hope its lifted their confidence .. towards the end it was like a training game attack v defence tbf so well done boys .. job done but let's not get carried away .. harder tests to come.
     
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  6. Ernie Shackleton

    Ernie Shackleton Well-Known Member

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    Twenty minutes each side of half time we looked the business.

    First twenty five minutes we looked a team bereft of ideas.

    Last twenty five we coasted.


    It's amazing what part confidence plays in it all.



    Well done City.




    They were well ****e, mind.
     
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  7. chillo

    chillo Well-Known Member

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    well i for one am disappointed with that.....
     
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  8. Barchullona

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    Can I be the first to thank you for inspiring that excellent performance?
     
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  9. Ric Glasgow

    Ric Glasgow Well-Known Member

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    I'd have settled for a 1-0 victory courtesy of an own goal...UTT.
     
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  10. City Man

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    Grant set us up just right tonight.
     
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  11. Red top reader

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    It was 8-1 to us tonight.. shots on target that is.
     
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  12. boltontiger

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    Well done City. You can only beat what's in front of you and we did that convincingly tonight. I thought the substitutions made sense as well, saving legs for Saturday's game at Doncaster.
     
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  13. over18and legal

    over18and legal Well-Known Member

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    Just need an accy win tonight.
    Currently nil nil after 30 mins
     
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  14. x

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    i don't have my book to hand at the moment, but i recall a week when dean windass scored hattricks on consecutive saturdays with a goal in a midweek game inbetween. the first game was away at cambridge.

    i think windass may have scored three in this game:

    Football League Div 2 Sa 28Aug 1993
    Cambridge U 3 - 4 Hull

    also, if you could check this one - a possible andy payton treble???

    English Div 2 (old) Sa 26Aug 1989
    Bournemouth 5 - 4 Hull
     
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  15. originalminority

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    Bloody marvelous
     
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  16. Red top reader

    Red top reader Well-Known Member

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    We have without doubt the best 2 centre backs in the league. Both very strong but in Greaves I see a player that could get to the very top. He is so assured in everything he does, really reminds me of Hanson in his prime. Brilliant control of the ball, doesn’t seem to get flustered, even when a forward is baring down on him. If we don’t get promoted he’ll be gone....
     
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  17. Evington

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    Bit better from Wilks tonight
     
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  18. AlRawdah

    AlRawdah Well-Known Member

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    Last eleven City away hattricks:

    Mallik Wilks at Wigan (Lge 1), February 2021
    Tom Eaves at Rotherham (FA Cup), January 2020
    Chuba Akpom at Bury (FA Cup), January 2016
    Matty Fryatt at Scunthorpe (Championship), February 2011
    Dean Windass at Cambridge (Lge Div 2), August 1993
    Andy Payton at Bournemouth (Div Two), August 1989
    Ken Houghton at Birmingham (Div Two), April 1970
    Ken Houghton at Millwall (Div Two), September 1968
    Ken Wagstaff at Cardiff (Div Three), October 1966
    Ken Wagstaff at Brentford (Div Three), April 1966
    Ian Butler at Walsall (Div Three), December 1965
     
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  19. southerntiger

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    Accy winning
     
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  20. dennisboothstash

    dennisboothstash Well-Known Member

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    Learnt a few things tonight
    1. You can start on whiskey mid afternoon and stay awake for an evening kick off if you commit to it...just don’t stop drinking for a rest
    2. I’m just as ****ing pissed off at ****e ball control and poor shooting when we’re 5 goals up as when we’re one goal down,
     
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