Well, we sat and tried to pick the bones out of it in the Polar Bear beer garden afterwards.
All those of you who keep banging on about Richard Horne being Hull's full back, has last night made any difference to your opinions?
Once again, I find myself perplexed by Agar's decisions. We've struggled to get Horne and Long playing together in the halves all season so what happens when Hall limps off? He splits them up again. Why didn't he put Turner at full back with Manu or anybody else in the centre. At least then we would still have had our first choice halves steering us round the park, even though they may still have struggled given Rovers' performance last night.
Rovers fans can be rightly proud of their team today. Their players all look like they're willing to die for each other. Any one of their players last night had more enthusiasm than our entire team. That's got to be the fault of the coach.
Hull FC had better make some swift decisions or they're going to get hit in the pocket next year. We Hull fans are a loyal (yes and stupid maybe) lot, but the patience is now wearing paper thin. Four people sat round our table after the game have insisted they won't be renewing their passes for next season.
Rule and Hetherington must shoulder the blame for this, always going for the cheap option when it comes to appointing coaches. Agar clearly hasn't the respect of the team so go out and offer a king's ransome to somebody who can get the players performing again.
I wonder how much it'd cost to lure Morgan away from Rovers. That would be some coup.