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John Drake

23/02/13 - Hull FC v Warrington Wolves - KO 5.45pm (Sky Sports)

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Atmosphere was very very disappointing in my opinion, big game like this and we was dead. Pretenders not contenders

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That's the story on the surface, I think most people are aware there is a rather bitter feud that runs beneath it.

Aye, Interesting times ahead. Plenty more blood letting to come I think.

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Aye, Interesting times ahead. Plenty more blood letting to come I think.

The match report on the Hull Daily Wail website provides a good laugh in the comments section. Out of the first 22 comments posted on a game involving Hull and Warrington, the first 21 are from Hull KR fans.

I'm amazed Hull City fans haven't joined in the free for all but perhaps being 3-0 down after only 8 minutes at Bolton has quietened them down a bit.

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The match report on the Hull Daily Wail website provides a good laugh in the comments section. Out of the first 22 comments posted on a game involving Hull and Warrington, the first 21 are from Hull KR fans.

I'm amazed Hull City fans haven't joined in the free for all but perhaps being 3-0 down after only 8 minutes at Bolton has quietened them down a bit.

I tend not to read the comments on the HDM site. Most of them seem to be written by people who've missed their medication.

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I tend not to read the comments on the HDM site. Most of them seem to be written by people who've missed their medication.

Medication and education.

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Well that was the sort of display that had Champions and triple winners written all over it. A tough place to come, a lot of key men out, decent resistance from the home side, and a comfortable win. With Leeds perhaps off the boil, Wigan honest tryers and nothing more, Cats leur meme chose plus meilleur enemi, and Saints being "inconsistent" there could be a fair bit of daylight between the top 2 and the rest by round 10. Very impressive from the half backs. No wonder Blue Peter's (human not dog) Barney singled out Myler as the one player from their rugby Red Nose challenge episode to single out for praise.

Wire can sit back and bask in all being very well indeed.

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I tend not to read the comments on the HDM site. Most of them seem to be written by people who've missed their medication.

That's rather odd as it would appear a high proporrion of comments are drug induced.

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Medication and education.

That's rather odd as it would appear a high proporrion of comments are drug induced.

Neither of you are far off the mark.

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