The Teams: Hull vs Wolves

HULL: Myhill, Dawson, Gardner, McShane, Altidore, Hunt, Mendy, Mouyokolo, Boateng, Hesselink, Cairney. SUBS: Duke, Fagan, Barmby, Geovanni, Garcia, Kilbane, Zaki.

WOLVES: Hahnemann, Zubar, Berra, Craddock, Ward, Mancienne, Henry, Jones, Foley, Doyle, Jarvis. SUBS: Hennessey, Stearman, Ebanks-Blake, Vokes, Milijaš, Mujangi, Guedioura.


~ by paddytheflea on January 30, 2010.

2 Responses to “The Teams: Hull vs Wolves”

  1. I do not agree with your comments or ratings, Wolves were a complete shambles and were very lucky to get a draw out of the afternoon.
    The player Wolves have been attempting to attract, Hunt, played very well and had Wolves on the run by himself, little wonder Wolves were interested, but tell me why Hunt would be keen to join us, especially with the quality of Manager we have.

    I do not agree with you that playing the same formation that we used against Liverpool was the right thing to do, leaving Doyle to score the goals provided the eneverable result, and not using Milijas or Volkes, and giving the new boys less than 5 minutes was crazy. If we can’t beat a cash strapped outfit like Hull, we do not deserve to be in the big time.

    • Well. Hull may be cash strapped, but they are not player stripped yet. The worth of their squad in pounds actually exceeds the Wolves squad. The fact that we nearly snitched three points at the end is proof to me that Mick used the right tactics and formation for this match. Maybe he should have played Milijas instead of Jones and maybe Vokes should have been brought on after an hour, but we will never know what would have happened then, do we?!

      Why would Hunt be interested in Wolves? Because Hull will be close to bankruptcy at the end of the season and Wolves are a healthy club. And because he has many friends here from Reading and Ireland.

      I believe you have had too big expectations beforehand on this game. Meeting a Hull team with their head in the snare, so to speak, away was never to be easy. Two points from Liverpool and Hull is a very descent result and on Tuesday we will beat Crystal Palace and advance in the Cup!

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