Date:Wednesday September 19 2012
Leeds United season ticket holder Tiny T gives his usual fans view from the game at Elland Road
One decent save from a free kick and he stood no chance with any of the goals.
Did very little all-night, slow at recovering when he did get forward. Captain material I think not, he is no leader on the park.
Struggled but stuck at it with the attack coming in from all directions.
Again like his partner covered a lot of ground, but no protection from those in front.
Struggled all game, never seemed at the races.
Tried but over run in the middle with others around missing in action.
Another who put in a decent shift but he had too much ground to cover.
At fault for at least one goal, never up with the play and looks unfit.
What a waste of space. The one was for putting his kit on and I couldn't see if he had his boots on the right feet!
Understandable why Portsmouth went down if they all played like him last season. Worrying thought that.
Not in the game after 15 minutes but he had nothing to feed off.
Kept going to the end.
Looked lively at times, he is not afraid to take the ball into the box.
He scored but not really on long enough.
Referee first. Yet another Premiership referee dropping down a Division, why do they bother? He had a poor game and missed so many foul throws by the Hull right back, basics Ref!
The sniper in the crowd tonight had so many hits it was comical. Every time a Hull player went down it was as though he been shot and the ref took the bait, stopped play indicating head injury to see the player limp to the sidelines and then sprint when allowed back on - a joke.
We looked good for 15 minutes. We got the lead, a couple more near misses, then defensive suicide by giving away two easy goals and we went backwards from that.
Varney is a very lucky man, if I was manager he would have been off at half time, is he Warnock`s love child. It can be the only reason he is in the side.
Too many players had poor games, which left the few struggling to stem the side, but we have no back up and too many injuries to replace the players we have on the pitch.
The crowd were also lacklustre, with the atmosphere subdued.
I sat in the North East Corner tonight with my mate, they were very unhappy and many stating openly they will be no ticket renewals next season no matter who is in charge of the Club unless they see some real investment in the side.
One wag asked - where is midfield tonight? The reply from some wag was, in the Premiership playing for Norwich.
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Date:Wednesday September 19 2012
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