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Hull v Blues.

Post  bluenosekev on Wed Feb 27, 2013 12:52 am

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Blues are up north this Saturday for the game at Hull hoping to record back to back away wins for the first time this season.

As we stand we are 10 points off sixth place, can we make a late charge for that last play off place ?

Has Zigic been making an effort in training this week ? Does anyone apart from Clark care ?

Away win for me !

Thoughts anyone ?

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Re: Hull v Blues.

Post  Raters on Wed Feb 27, 2013 2:03 am

bluenosekev wrote:

Has Zigic been making an effort in training this week ? Does anyone apart from Clark care ?



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I care! The reason i care? If he made more of an effort in training he'd be fitter during the game and wouldn't fade after 30 mins.
Also, how do the other players feel about a player who doesn't make the effort but gets picked over them, who do?
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Re: Hull v Blues.

Post  bluenosekev on Wed Feb 27, 2013 2:17 am

Raters wrote:
bluenosekev wrote:

Has Zigic been making an effort in training this week ? Does anyone apart from Clark care ?



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I care! The reason i care? If he made more of an effort in training he'd be fitter during the game and wouldn't fade after 30 mins.

If he trained properly he wouldn't last 15 mins !

He needs his legs fresh for match day not worn out.


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Re: Hull v Blues.

Post  Raters on Wed Feb 27, 2013 2:24 am

bluenosekev wrote:
Raters wrote:
bluenosekev wrote:

Has Zigic been making an effort in training this week ? Does anyone apart from Clark care ?



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I care! The reason i care? If he made more of an effort in training he'd be fitter during the game and wouldn't fade after 30 mins.

If he trained properly he wouldn't last 15 mins !

He needs his legs fresh for match day not worn out.


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Re: Hull v Blues.

Post  lindis on Sat Mar 02, 2013 10:06 pm

A 1-0 win today, Zigic scores from a brilliant pass by Reilly.

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Re: Hull v Blues.

Post  bluenosekev on Sun Mar 03, 2013 12:33 am

TEAM NEWS

Hull have no new injury concerns, new signing George Boyd is hoping to make his first start after the striker joined on loan from Peterborough.
The Tigers could be boosted by the return of defenders Abdoulaye Faye and Paul McShane after injury.
Birmingham will be without leading goalscorer Marlon King who has been ruled out with a knee injury.
Left-back Mitch Hancox is doubtful (thigh) but winger Shane Ferguson is available after joining on loan.

MATCH FACTS

Head-to-head
• Hull are unbeaten in four Premier League and Championship matches against Birmingham, culminating in their highest scoring tussle in 27 years on 17 November.
• The Tigers held off a spirited fightback from Birmingham at St Andrews to win 3-2, having been 3-0 up with the help of a brace from Sone Aluko.
• Hull did the double over Birmingham in the first two seasons these clubs met in 1908-09 and 1909-10, but have not managed it since.

Hull City

• Bolton's 4-1 home win last Saturday brought an end to Hull's three-match winning run and saw them drop out of the top two, but the Tigers are still targeting a fourth successive win at the KC Stadium.
• The East Yorkshire club have kept an unmatched eight home Championship clean sheets.
• Steve Bruce welcomes the club he managed between December 2001 and November 2007, during which time he won promotion to the Premier League twice, and suffered relegation from it once.

Birmingham City

• Birmingham travel in search of successive victories, for the second time in seven Championship outings.
• The Blues have not lost on their league travels in this calendar year (W2, D2).
• All but three of the Blues' 17 away league games have either been drawn or decided by a single goal.

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Post  bluenosekev on Sun Mar 03, 2013 1:04 am

: Blues starting XI v Hull City: Butland; Caddis, Davies, Caldwell, Hancox; Burke, Elliott, Reilly, Spector; Lovenkrands, Zigic.

And on the Blues bench this afternoon: Doyle, Robinson, Ferguson, Mullins, Gomis, Redmond, Thomas

4-4-2 !

Defeat for me !
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Re: Hull v Blues.

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Re: Hull v Blues.

Post  NickBCFC on Sun Mar 03, 2013 1:57 pm

Well, at least we scored..
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Re: Hull v Blues.

Post  Raters on Mon Mar 04, 2013 7:59 pm

Apart from one or two exceptions, BCFC is poor in every single department from the ground to the players and everything in between.
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