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Magnificent Seven Pre Match Interview: Hull City

Magnificent Seven Pre Match Interview: Hull City

1. We are through 12 games of the new season and Hull are in a comfortable, yet stunning sixth position in the Premier League. How's does it feel?!

It feels fantastic. We couldn't have imagined such a great start and to already have registered twenty points is a real bonus. There's still a long way to go though, and three successive defeats has started to bring the fans expectations back into line. However, a few more wins before Christmas and City should be looking good.

2. How did you rate Hull's transfer dealings this past summer and do you expect to strengthen in January? How's Geo doing, dare I depressingly ask?

Geovanni has been the star man since joining and has taken the accoldaes for his goals, but he has not been the only shrewd piece of summer transfer business. In defence, Kamil Zayatte has been a strong addition whilst George Boateng was also a good acquisition for only £1 million. Marlon King has also done well since joining on loan from Wigan Athletic.

3. You've just been outdone by a physical Bolton side. Has the bubble started to show signs of bursting?

The media claims so but we were denied against Bolton by Jaaskelainen. We couldn't find a way past the Finnish keeper so I hope Joe Hart doesn't have such a good game. We shouldn't have lost so I hope we can return to winning ways immediately this Sunday.

4. Here come Manchester City. Smell the fear or relax with a beer?

Relax with a beer - you don't seem as strong on the road so I hope it stays that way.

5. Who of Manchester City's relatively young squad would you love to see in a Hull shirt and who would you like to send us in a part ex?

Daniel Sturridge looks like he has a bright future. Onouha would also be a good addition to our defence. We've got plenty of reserve players we need to ship out and I think they will leave in January.

6. YOU are the new Premier League Chief Executive. You have been granted three measures / ideas which will go unopposed by all 20 clubs to improve the top flight game in England. Choose them wisely...

I really do not know what to say!!! Ask our forum for some suggestions.

Remove bookings for players celebrating with the crowd - That rule has always been ridiculous.

7. Go on then. Sunday's result?

Hull City 2-1 Manchester City (Geovanni & Marney)

Many thanks and respect going out to Matt and the Vital Hull team.


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Writer:Johnny Baguette
Date:Saturday November 15 2008
Time: 8:29PM


Sorry Matt, but your boys are going to get rolled over again tomorrow. City have the hunger for this game and There is little you can do but damage limitation. Stand by for a masterclass!
15/11/2008 23:20:00
How many SUNDAY games have you had??? Tigers will do you in tomorrow! I'm 90% sure of that.
16/11/2008 01:22:00
I cant remember the last time we played on a Sat......
16/11/2008 08:35:00
We've only had one Saturday game all season, and that was a 1730 kick off (v Chelski). No 15:00 Sat kick offs yet, until next weekend. Nice to see you taking an interest though ForeverU****d.
16/11/2008 14:34:00
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