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11 Jul: SL: Hull FC v London Broncos 7.45pm (TV)

Who will win?  

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1 hour ago, The Future is League said:

Hull FC doing there neighbours and themselves a favour for next season as they will obviously get a bigger crowd against the Robins than against London.

Conspiracy theory alert.

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11 hours ago, meast said:

Sad to see that the powers that be at Hull have deemed it necessary to segregate 20 odd London fans from the rest of the stadium.

Awful!

Hull FC have nothing to do with stewarding at the KCOM, but you already know that don't you?

10 hours ago, meast said:

Good to hear the 'atmospheric' KCOM stadium in full voice 😃

Admittedly it hardly made the hairs on the back of your neck stand up, unlike the constant buzz of a packed stadium at your home ground.

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20 minutes ago, Old Frightful said:

Admittedly it hardly made the hairs on the back of your neck stand up, unlike the constant buzz of a packed stadium at your home ground.

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And that's just the women in their 'crowd'! 

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No disrespect to London’s come back but Hull have to learn to control games better and be much more ruthless.  The half backs are accountable.

I don’t expect them to score gluts of tries every game and it could be that they’ve all got one eye on the CC semi final but, despite a valuable 2 points, 2nd half performance based on that scoreboard aint good enough.

 

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That game was an example of the story of our season in 2 halves: we're either white hot or freezing cold.

Second half display was terrible. Couldn't hold the ball. Couldn't make metres. Couldn't defend under pressure. The fact we felt the need to go for a drop goal to secure the game after a 34-0 lead says it all.

Can't see us breaking the Headingley hoodoo next week.


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3 hours ago, The Future is League said:

Hull FC doing there neighbours and themselves a favour for next season as they will obviously get a bigger crowd against the Robins than against London.

And what was last night's crowd?

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Sounds like I made a good decision in going to the Ealing Beer Festival instead of watching the game. As soon as I saw our team list it was obvious we'd be in trouble. Oh well, just have to keep on working at it game by game.


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6 hours ago, Chronicler of Chiswick said:

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A good crowd, but there didn't look to be that many there. Not just my opinion, I watched it in the Pub with several others who said it looked a poor crowd.

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16 hours ago, Gooleboy said:

A good crowd, but there didn't look to be that many there. Not just my opinion, I watched it in the Pub with several others who said it looked a poor crowd.

I think the average for Hull this year is just slightly less than that, so considering the distance for London and a night match, good crowd.

 

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