Heading to the KCOM on Saturday for the 6 pointer! Never been to Hull before and I'm looking for advice on parking. Meeting up with folks at the Lion and Key pub on Hight Street by the river so parking between there and the stadium would be ideal. Any ideas?
...shower who were on the pitch today, plus you Bob Bradley, to come on here and explain to us why you deserve paying for this week's work. You are all, to a man, utterly embarrassing and should give up your week's wages and donate them to local children's charities.
I travelled all day from home and back yesterday to watch the game at Southampton. I saw little that gave me much confidence for the rest of the season.
I expect you to start doing your jobs, for which you are being very handsomely paid, properly. I do not know whether some of you have issues with our manager, but you are contracted to carry out your role in exactly the same way as I am. If you do have an issue, deal with it in the dressing room or in training. Don't take your frustrations out on the pitch. You will be letting yourselves down as well as fans such as myself who spends his hard earned cash to watch you play.
Please take a look at yourselves and take a pride in your next game. I don't care if you are not good enough on any given day, but I do expect loyalty, passion and effort.
Mrs legoman and legoman jr. and I are heading to Bournemouth this weekend. Been there before but not to the ground. Does anyone know if there is parking near the ground? We have a hotel but its too far to walk.
I paid £38 to watch you today so allow me the opportunity to make a few observations 1) The object of the game of football is two-fold. Firstly score some goals and secondly stop the opposition from scoring more goals than you. 2) The goal is that wooden rectangular thing at each end of the pitch. It’s got a net on it to catch the ball so all those watching can see you’ve actually scored a goal. 3) The game is a bit easier if you run about a bit faster than you do. There is an added advantage to this as it keeps you a bit warmer too. And also, your team-mates wear the same colour shirt as you (apart from the goalkeeper) so it helps if you pass the ball to one of them rather than someone in another coloured shirt. 4) You all have a couple of weeks off now, so, while the Liberty is quiet, pop down there and have a wander down to the end of the pitch. Study those goalposts because that’s what you’re aiming at. You could even try kicking a few balls into the net just to see how it feels. 5) Oh and by the way, us fans are beginning to forget what it’s like when you actually score a goal during a game. It would be rather spiffing if you could score a couple soon, if it’s not too much trouble. 6) Also, while you have your two weeks off, just so as you know, you will, on average, have earned more in that time than I will in a year. 7) I’m not sure if you are aware, but the club is rather close to getting relegated this year. That means we won’t be in the Premier League any more, and many of us are a bit bothered by that possibility. I mention this in passing because some of you don’t seem to be too concerned. Do you really want to play this game? Is it a bit chilly for you at the moment or something? 8) And also, if we do get relegated next year, many of you will probably look to leave and play for teams in the Middle East or in China perhaps. Good luck to you, but remember it will be due to your collective lack of desire and effort that we find ourselves in that position. We’ll still be here. I’d hope that those foreign clubs would actually think to themselves that you aren’t really that good because if you were you’d have tried a bit harder. Sorry if this is a bit bothersome for you. If you could just deliver one point out of the next couple of games, that would be great, but if you can’t be bothered to try, don’t worry. P.S. any chance one of you could refund my £38 after today?