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Hull City - There's No Place Like Home

A Yorkshire man, a dream and his home town club
Started on 27 January 2020 by OMGItsToddzy
Latest Reply on 1 March 2020 by Justice
A decent month, points are still being won and will add up come the end of the season. A spirited performance against Chelsea is extremely encouraging despite coming out of the game with nothing to show for it.
Come on 'ULL!!!
Good win in the cup, shame about the rocky performances in the league but as long a you stay above the drop zone it'll be a good season
An average month following on from the storming performances in September. That three year contract is fantastic news, now enabling you to carve out Hull City in your own image now!
A good performance against Chelsea is impressive despite the result. A good point against Leicester as well, continue to pick up these points and you will surely stay up!

October In Review

October was always going to be a tough month with us having to kick off the month against Manchester City followed by Arsenal but confidence is key and all in all it wasn't an awful month despite the scorelines accrued this month. The rest of the month would see a showdown against Sheffield United a Carabao Cup 4th Rnd tie against West Ham and then a fight against premier league title chasers Liverpool.

By no means an easy month for us but lets see how we get on in October.

We kicked off the month against Manchester City and by no means did we bowl over for them as Man City only managed to socre once to take the points in this encounter and following on from this a narrow 3-2 loss to Arsenal has shown out competitiveness in agaisnt the big boys in this league which despite the losses still fills me with hope. We moved on to Sheffield and picked up out first 3 points this month with a convincing win against a tough United team. The Carabao Cup was shook again for Hull as we moved aside West Ham to set up a quarter final tie for the 2nd time in my reign. The final game saw the toughest against Liverpool in another encounter in which we were highly competitive being narrowed out by 2 goals to 1.

Sitting pretty in the table and this is as good as any place to be at this point in the season and next month being short will certainly help with recouperating after a hectic start to the campaign. Only sitting 3 points of relegation is still a danger but if I countinue playing the way we have there should be no issues in furthering out advantage.

The Carabao Cup Quarter Finals has set us up with a home tie against Spurs which will undoubtfully be a real test of our ability this season.

In firther good news Jarrod Bowen has committed his future to the club with a 5 year deal however his agent slipped in a non neogotiable minimum fee release clause for the in demand winger sitting at £46.500,000 and I'm hoping we can keep a hold of him.

West Ham, Brighton and Everton in November and we can look forward to hopefully gaining 6 out of 9 if we play to our best but realistically any points will help on our bid to survive the drop and gain the benefits of this league.
A very promising set of results. You continue to prove you're not to be beaten easily against the very best in the division and most important pick up three vital points against Sheffield United as well as continuing your run in the Carabao Cup.

Great news on Bowen, too!
A tough month but some decent results keeping you nicely above the relegation zone. Spurs will be a tough quarter final but hopefully you are able to get through it.

Bowen signing a new deal is massive, just hope nobody poaches him on that fee.
Congratulations on the promotion, you've done incredible so far in the PL! Just need to keep putting points on the board and see how it adds up at the end of the season!

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