Hull City V Arsenal FA Cup Final Match Thread

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  1. Chazz Rheinhold

    Chazz Rheinhold Well-Known Member

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    I just couldnt wait sorry. I was definitely deflated after yesterdays performance and lack of effort. But that's gone now. We are on our way to Wembley!!!!

    I hope SB doesnt play 3-5-2, not a fan of it at all. I'm going 4-4-1-1

    Mac
    Elmo Macca Davies Rosy
    Meyler Jake Hudd Quinn
    Koren
    Fryatt


    My heart is saying 2-1 to us.

    Wembley Wembley
     
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  2. HCAFCHangout

    HCAFCHangout Active Member

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    I can see us going 352 as Bruce tried it out when Rosie came on second half
     
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  3. Kempton

    Kempton Well-Known Member

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    ****ing hell Chazz, it's Wembley <ok>
     
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  4. PLT

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    I hope we do play 3-5-2 but it depends on Chester's fitness because you don't want Bruce starting. I'm usually a fan of his but lately he's not been good enough defensively and just ship goals with him in the team.

    McGregor
    Chester McShane Davies
    Elmo Meyler Huddlestone Livermore Rosenior
    Sagbo Aluko/Fryatt
     
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  5. Chazz Rheinhold

    Chazz Rheinhold Well-Known Member

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    It ****ing is Kempton it ****ing is!! Guess what its us that are going there!! <somersault>
     
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  6. bigfattiger

    bigfattiger Well-Known Member

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    The only way you were going to hold off was if Miff came up trumps with a delicious selection per day rendering you unable to type.

    3-5-2 for me, we need numbers in midfield then width to get at their FB's but Koren off Fryatt looks good. Sagbo on later when we're 2-0 up to handle the long ball.
     
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  7. Chazz Rheinhold

    Chazz Rheinhold Well-Known Member

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    Koren will be one of the 5 in midfield but will break and shoot on sight, when Matty lays it off after twisting the Big ****ing German inside out. FACT
     
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  8. TheCasual

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    I'd go 4-3-3

    McGregor

    Elmo
    McShane/Chester
    Davies
    Rosenior

    Meyler
    Huddlestone
    Livermore

    Boyd
    Fryatt
    Aluko
     
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  9. Smartarse™

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    Not the team I would like but I think he's going to go with...

    McGregor
    McShane, Bruce, Davies, Rosie
    Elmo, Thudd, Livermore, Meyler
    Aluko
    Fryatt

    I would prefer
    McGregor
    Elmo McShane, Davies, Figgie
    Livermore Huddlestone Meyler
    Aluko Sagbo
    Fryatt
     
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  10. The Omega Man

    The Omega Man Well-Known Member

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    I dont care who plays where as long as we win.
     
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  11. bigfattiger

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    so you think that midfield 3 will handle Ramsey, Ozil, Arteta, Wilshere and Cazorla?
     
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  12. John Ex Aberdeen now E.R.

    John Ex Aberdeen now E.R. Well-Known Member

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    If he plays 352 and Chester fit, then this is what I would expect the team to be. I think he may start Sagbo and Fryatt, with Aluko coming on at 60 minutes.
     
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  13. Quill

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    Do you think any midfield combination we come up with could handle them?
     
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  14. TheCasual

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    When we lose the ball 4-3-3 reverts to a 4-5-1. Every team who plays 4-3-3 does that.
     
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  15. allowentry

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    Would definately not start Aluko, he was gash yesterday. looked more threatening when Roko was just behind Fryatt.
     
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  16. Quill

    Quill Bastard

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    Loving the tags already. Someone's a sad little boy.
     
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  17. PLT

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    It's actually not even the DQPR fans on here. It's our notoriously witty friend phallus from Sunderland.
     
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  18. tigerrev

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    Mac
    Rosie McShane Davies Fig
    Elmo Meyler Hudd Livermore Boyd
    Fryatt

    Heard Peter Taylor on radio yesterday and I think he got it spot on. We should let them have the ball in their own half, pack the midfield area and don't give them any space. Hit them on the break and take our best chance to score as coming from a free kick or corner.
     
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  19. Mr Hacker

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    Looked to me more like 4-4-2 with Rosey playing left wing.

    Granted I'd had a few and from the tv camera couldn't see the team shape at all, only where the ball was,but when Figgy came into view he was always wide out left and Rosey was always pushed up.
     
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    FA Cup Manager of the Season has been awarded to Nigel Clough.
     
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