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Hull City

Hull City 1-2 Blackburn Rovers. Questions, questions

Why did Phil Brown leave his four strikers on the bench?

Why did Garcia, in a match where we could have all but sealed our Premier League status, start as the lone front man?

Why was the Australian then forced to play wide left and then at centre half?

Where were the tactics that got us up to third in the table?

Why are we playing so many people out of position?

Why, when Kilbane is patently not up to the job, or bothered about playing for City does the Manager favour him over the rejuvenated Halmosi?

Why doesn’t Brown know his best eleven?

Why did he sub Giovanni when he was having his best game in an age?

Why did Brown go on KCFM and openly accuse the Brazilian of, “thinking his is bigger than the Club”, and go on to threaten him with disciplinary action?

Why did he go on to slag him off even more on the BBC TV interview?

Why do Bernard Mendy, Daniel Cousin and Kevin Kilbane think it’s ok not to close down the opposition, or try and regain possession when we are losing?

Why is the team going out onto the Park paralysed with fear?

Why does the Manager criticize players in public, Matt Duke was today’s victim?

Why is it that despite my protestations for the last thirty odd years that I would simply enjoy one season in the top flight even if we lost every game, do I feel physically sick before every match?

Why, at the tender age of 40, and given all that has happened to me inmy life does football still have the ability to hurt so much?

Why indeed.

Hull City: Duke, Doyle (Fagan 67), Turner, Zayatte, Dawson, Mendy, Ashbee, Marney, Kilbane (Cousin 53), Geovanni (Barmby 53), Garcia.
Subs Not Used: Myhill, Halmosi, Manucho, Gardner


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About dermotrathbone

Writer and co author "Through Red Lenses". Activist Unite the Union, Save Our NHS Hull. Fan of Yorkshire County Cricket Club, Hull FC, Munster and Ireland Rugby. Views are mine alone and may not reflect the organisations concerned.


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