Hull Derby

Hull Derby

Post by Mike Patterso » Mon, 09 Jul 2007 23:05:39


Small number of Hull fans ran onto pitch to congratulate their players and a
few Rovers fans came over , fights developed but quickly sorted out by
Police and Stewards
 
 
 

Hull Derby

Post by John Turne » Tue, 10 Jul 2007 01:53:50

"Mike Patterson"  wrote

Quote:
> Small number of Hull fans ran onto pitch to congratulate their players and
> a
> few Rovers fans came over , fights developed but quickly sorted out by
> Police and Stewards

Hopefully they will be arrested and charged by the police and banned for
life from both Hull grounds.  Our game does not need these idiots.

Good result though!  :-)

John.

 
 
 

Hull Derby

Post by Mike Patterso » Tue, 10 Jul 2007 02:32:17


Quote:

> "Mike Patterson"  wrote

>> Small number of Hull fans ran onto pitch to congratulate their players
>> and a
>> few Rovers fans came over , fights developed but quickly sorted out by
>> Police and Stewards

> Hopefully they will be arrested and charged by the police and banned for
> life from both Hull grounds.  Our game does not need these idiots.

> Good result though!  :-)

> John.

John
That was a great result, Hull still need to stop all the silly mistakes and
giving penalties away if they hope to get into top 6.
Bad injury for Chester though wonder if they will carry on with a loose man
called Cooke
Mike

 
 
 

Hull Derby

Post by John Turne » Tue, 10 Jul 2007 02:40:25

"Mike Patterson" wrote

Quote:
> That was a great result, Hull still need to stop all the silly mistakes
> and giving penalties away if they hope to get into top 6.

One of the biggest problems this season in my opinion, but with the team
that Sharpe is putting together for next season, I can't help thinking that
avoiding relegation is the main aim for this term.

Quote:
> Bad injury for Chester though wonder if they will carry on with a loose
> man called Cooke

Shame about Chester, but he seems to have been injury prone for a year or
two, which I believe is why he was released by Hull FC.

As for Cooke, the least I say the better, but once again I think he was the
difference between the two sides - glad he was doing the goal kicking for KR
rather than FC!!!  :-)

John.