MATCHWATCH : Hull City (a) sponsored by Nigel Adkins

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Hull City (a) sponsored by Nigel Adkins

by paultheroyal » 09 Aug 2019 13:03

NewCorkSeth Seems to me like throwing in new signings could be premature. Reckon we could see the same team as last week..



Kiss goodbye to 1 point then, forget all 3.

Complete overhaul required.

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by windermereROYAL » 09 Aug 2019 13:23

Can anyone guess David Prutten`s prediction for tomorrow?

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by NewCorkSeth » 09 Aug 2019 13:36

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NewCorkSeth Seems to me like throwing in new signings could be premature. Reckon we could see the same team as last week..



Kiss goodbye to 1 point then, forget all 3.

Complete overhaul required.

You dont see a flaw in putting 5 new players into a team? I dont think we were that bad against Sheffield. Just made errors (as always) in defence. A slow introduction while the players get to grips with what's expected of them makes sense to me.

I suspect Puscas will appear off the bench.

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by Notts Royal » 09 Aug 2019 13:42

Despite all the signings, we still have the prospect of Bowen up against Omar Richards to worry about!

3-3

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by Basildon » 09 Aug 2019 13:46

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NewCorkSeth Seems to me like throwing in new signings could be premature. Reckon we could see the same team as last week..



Kiss goodbye to 1 point then, forget all 3.

Complete overhaul required.

You dont see a flaw in putting 5 new players into a team? I dont think we were that bad against Sheffield. Just made errors (as always) in defence. A slow introduction while the players get to grips with what's expected of them makes sense to me.

I suspect Puscas will appear off the bench.

I can see Joao and maybe Ovie coming in for Mo and Loader, other than that I wouldn't expect many changes.


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by StellaPlease » 09 Aug 2019 13:56

Notts Royal Despite all the signings, we still have the prospect of Bowen up against Omar Richards to worry about!

3-3


Not one for playing players out if position, but I'd put Yiadom on the left for this for that exact reason.

Leaving in half an house and we hope to get there in time to sample a bit of a pub crawl.

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by NewCorkSeth » 09 Aug 2019 14:01

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Kiss goodbye to 1 point then, forget all 3.

Complete overhaul required.

You dont see a flaw in putting 5 new players into a team? I dont think we were that bad against Sheffield. Just made errors (as always) in defence. A slow introduction while the players get to grips with what's expected of them makes sense to me.

I suspect Puscas will appear off the bench.

I can see Joao and maybe Ovie coming in for Mo and Loader, other than that I wouldn't expect many changes.

Love Ovie but would prefer Pele in for Loader to push Swift up the pitch.

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by WestYorksRoyal » 09 Aug 2019 14:04

windermereROYAL Can anyone guess David Prutten`s prediction for tomorrow?

Ha! I didn't use to follow him that closely, but he really does seem to doubt us every week. Last season his prediction table had as bottom by quite a long way.

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by Hendo » 09 Aug 2019 14:34

Notts Royal Despite all the signings, we still have the prospect of Bowen up against Omar Richards to worry about!

3-3


Richards did just fine on Saturday. I would have no problem with him starting again.


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by Basildon » 09 Aug 2019 14:36

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NewCorkSeth You dont see a flaw in putting 5 new players into a team? I dont think we were that bad against Sheffield. Just made errors (as always) in defence. A slow introduction while the players get to grips with what's expected of them makes sense to me.

I suspect Puscas will appear off the bench.

I can see Joao and maybe Ovie coming in for Mo and Loader, other than that I wouldn't expect many changes.

Love Ovie but would prefer Pele in for Loader to push Swift up the pitch.

Yeah fair, although Ovie for the most part played that role pretty well when required last season, didn't look out of his comfort zone playing further back.

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by Sutekh » 09 Aug 2019 16:07

Blackett still injured.

Expect Barrow (thought to be about to depart for a club in Turkey) and Loader (after the Wolves situation) will not be involved.

Would imagine all the new signings will at least travel to Hull with, as has been mentioned, Ejaria and Joao the most likely to start. Puścaś, Boyé and Pelé will only have had a short period to arrive and start to get used to the team and style and of these Pelé is the most likely to start so I would expect Puścaś and Boyé to be on the bench. But then none of us have a clue who JG has in mind to start so could be anything.

On Thursday Hull signed Leonardo Da Silva Lopes from Wigan, Bolton striker Josh Magennis, Leicester’s Callum Elder and also brought in Everton defender Matthew Pennington on a season-long loan so would expect changes to their starting XI from last week. However Markus Henriksen will not be involved after being told he can leave the club.

Bowen and Grosicki remain Hull’s major threats so Reading need to be wary and probably ensure whoever is playing wide in midfield can defend a bit as well (so don’t stick Swift out there please).

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by Snowflake Royal » 09 Aug 2019 17:05

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Snowflake Royal So, three days of training... throw in the new guys or not?

I'd maybe go with Joao because we don't really have an alternative player and he's used to the league plus match fit. But maybe introduce the other two and Boye against Wycombe.


Throw the whole lot in there, out with Barrett, Richards and the like.

Saturday was dire.

Love the fact you name check a player who was fine and we don't have a replacement for and a player who was a bit anonymous but still created our one goal.

Clueloless.

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by StellaPlease » 09 Aug 2019 17:22

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Snowflake Royal So, three days of training... throw in the new guys or not?

I'd maybe go with Joao because we don't really have an alternative player and he's used to the league plus match fit. But maybe introduce the other two and Boye against Wycombe.


Throw the whole lot in there, out with Barrett, Richards and the like.

Saturday was dire.

Love the fact you name check a player who was fine and we don't have a replacement for and a player who was a bit anonymous but still created our one goal.

Clueloless.


Don't forget that Paul is ITK.

I assume that you're not coming tomorrow Ian?


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by StellaPlease » 10 Aug 2019 09:29

Hangover central.

We ended up in the Head of Steam in the center then some dodgy club so not feeling great.

Talking last night, were were saying that at home, we are confident Jose can get the points we need at home, but he hasn't quite figured out how to play away. Soft underbelly and sitting back will inevitably result in lots of defeats.

Good to see if he's changed this season and prove us wrong.

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by The Enfield Royal71 » 10 Aug 2019 09:37

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Throw the whole lot in there, out with Barrett, Richards and the like.

Saturday was dire.

Love the fact you name check a player who was fine and we don't have a replacement for and a player who was a bit anonymous but still created our one goal.

Clueloless.


Don't forget that Paul is ITK.

I assume that you're not coming tomorrow Ian?


Of course not. He doesn't even go to home games but is the most vocal and opinionated person there. I trust PTR more with his opinion.

I will see you there Stella Please. I was supposed to go last night but had a car issue with the clutch so just leaving now and need to speed it down the motorway.

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by Hampshire Royal » 10 Aug 2019 09:59

Do we know how many took advantage of the free travel?

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Hull City (a) sponsored by Nigel Adkins

by windermereROYAL » 10 Aug 2019 10:08

5 coaches

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by Hampshire Royal » 10 Aug 2019 10:12

windermereROYAL 5 coaches


That's pretty good.

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by Snowball » 10 Aug 2019 10:26

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That's pretty good.







I thought they traveled with the team

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by StellaPlease » 10 Aug 2019 10:32

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That's pretty good.


Plus the normal people going up by train and having it.

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