HOW THEY RATED:
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Beaten by a sizzler from
George Boyd, he dealt
competently with Hull’s
handful of other attempts.
When Town did threaten, it
was usually from his crosses,
but in general struggled
against Robbie Brady.
Stayed strong and did better
against Ahmed Elmohamady
than in the first match
between the sides.
Stuck to his task against his
former club and made a fine
clearance from Robert Koren’s
teasing first-half cross.
Will be annoyed by Hull’s goal
but over the piece, played
reasonably enough and tried
to push forward late on.
Frustrated with Northern
Ireland and in this game,
where his effectiveness failed
to match his effort.
The lively midfielder managed
to both break up parts of
Hull’s play and give some life
Gave his all, really got around
the pitch and played some
nice passes but couldn’t make
his chances count.
Never got going in this game
as Hull generally got the better
of the central contest. Got a
10th booking and so a ban.
The striker certainly wasn’t
over-blessed with possession,
but didn’t really make anything
of what came his way.
As feisty and full of running as
ever, but despite a couple of
opportunities, was unable to
extend his nine-goal tally.
A poor game, but Town deserved a point.
They scored a great goal within seconds of the re-start to the second half which we took half an hour to recover from.
Hunt and Vaughan were outstanding.
Vaughan ran himself into the ground.
I feel so disappointed after the fantastic result at Leeds. C'mon Town!!!
Totally ineffectual. The Bolton and Peterborough players watching that performance will be rubbing their hands.
Clayton has now developed Norwood syndrome, and Beckford?
We could be in the bottom three by Saturday teatime.
We all know Beckford is lazy but given the right balls into the box he will score.
However, quality balls were missing. We need a midfield player to get forward and help the frontmen.
We do need to play with at least one winger and let Vaughan do the running up front. Hunt has got to stop show-boating and both Clayton (who is now suspended) and Norwood have got to step up their game.
We were very poor but, unfortunately, the referee did not help our cause by giving some ridiculous decisions or, more importantly for us, missing vital ones.
Another poor performance, another disappointment.
These players have to wake up and discover some pride.
Unfortunately the quickest Beckford moved all day was when he rushed to get off the pitch, why? We can still stay up but need to play with less fear and more belief. Must do lots better, or all last season’s hard work is wasted.
I would rather see players make a mistake through attempting to take the game by the scruff of the neck rather than because they are desperate to 'get rid'.
Come on lads, you really need to step it up and go for it – our Championship status is at stake!
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