WHO covered themselves in glory for Huddersfield Town at Hull City?

You gave us your votes after the game on what you thought of Town's performance at the KC Stadium.

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Below are Huddersfield Examiner Huddersfield Town reporter Doug Thomson's ratings for the game on Saturday. The fans' ratings are on page two.

Not much he could have done about the two home goals as he was left exposed, and was solid otherwise. 7

Playing on the left of a three-man rearguard, he was given a tough test by Egyptian Ahmed Elmohamady. 5

Pushed forward in a more advanced role then usual, but was caught out when Hull clinched victory. 6

Fully committed against the club where was a hit on loan the season before last. Town’s top man in this one. 8

Caught out for the opener but responded with a hard-working and tenacious performance. 7

Did his best defensively, but didn’t get forward as often or effectively as Town needed him to. 5

Made a couple of mistakes, but in general, a gritty show, although the midfield isn’t functioning as it can. 7

Made plenty of tackles on his return after a three-match ban, but struggled to spark attacking moves. 6

His influence waned as the match wore on, although he caused a few problems with set-piece deliveries. 5

Can never be accused of lack of effort, and while he was sometimes hesitant, came close with an overhead kick. 7

Full of running and often spring-heeled in aerial combat, but needs better supply than he received. 7

Chris Atkinson (for Ward, 60mins) 6;
Jermaine Beckford (for Novak, 60mins) 6;
Alan Lee (for Norwood, 70mins) 6.

Fans ratings

Alex Smithies 5.12

Jack Hunt 4.72

Joel Lynch 4.15

Anthony Gerrard 5.58

Peter Clarke 4.68

Oliver Norwood 4.08

Keith Southern 4.62

Adam Clayton 4.80

Danny Ward 3.23

Lee Novak 3.92

James Vaughan 5.77


Jermaine Beckford 4.31

Alan Lee 3.85

Chris Atkinson 4.04

Your match reports

No passion shown by the team on and off the field. We pay good money to support our team - and we have to watch players and management stand around with hands on hips looking totally disinterested. Where's the old Town spirt gone? Nick, Bridlington

Outplayed by a good team; no disgrace, tried to match them up didn't work. Moved to 442 could have nicked something in the end but second goal put paid to that. Hull looked suspect when we went for it, should have done it a bit sooner. Bob Farrell, Barnet

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We need to sort out some basics in training: get closer when marking, Hull had all the time in the world, Town were chasing the game; be aware where a loose ball is likely to fall, Hull picked up virtually every loose ball. Russell, Calder Valley.

Yet another "we didn't turn up" performances. It doesn't seem to matter to certain players. Andrew, Lindley

Terrible display. No passion or fight, Could have been 6-0 with Alex Smithies making some good saves. Tony, Golcar

It proves how large a gulf there is between League 1 and the Championship. Town are yet again played off the park by a far superior side who should have scored 6, rather than 2. Grayson is still plying players out of position and it shows. We should have gone 3 at the back, 5 in midfield and Vaughan and Beckford up front. Grayson is also getting the tactics wrong. Mr.Hoyle is going to have to spend a lot of money in January to fix this mess. Players in this league are 2 million plus, not £300,000. Stephen, Tenerife

Got what we deserved - nothing. Paul, Golcar

No shortage of effort, simply outplayed. Maybe not quite the time to hit the panic button but definitely time for a rethink on tactics and team selection. Roll on January when we have a chance to make a few changes in personnel. Trojanhorse, Kirkburton.

Shambolic, clueless, gutless performance again and Hunt tells us "we did not turn up" - too right and how many more times are we going to hear that from over rated and over paid individuals who need a serious look at themselves. As for team selection and tactics - the less said the better! Steve, Lepton

Not one shot on target. Ward & Norwood again poor. Must sign new players in transfer window. David, Huddersfield