Wonder how many Newcastle fans will be supporting Man United today. It's sad that we might be the ones deciding who stays up and who goes down. There's every chance Newcastle might win and take it out of Hull's hands, but in the more likely event that Newcastle don't get the result they want, it's all going to rest on this one.
I hope we don't just roll over and let them win, because teams don't deserve it. If you want to stay up, you have to fight for it. Same goes for Newcastle, don't come blaming United if Hull win and you don't.
The final day.
Hull MUST MUST MUST produce the performance of the year as must Newcastle. Carvers failed to inspire them and now must hope for hull slip IMO they won't get one.
Hull 1-0 Man Utd
Newcastle1-1 West Ham
Would that both Hull and Newcastle's owners could go down, and their fans be spared. Alas... Hope Hull stay up, as Ashley's utter contempt for the competition would be punished. Post-Pardew he thought he could do literally nothing and everything would be okay. Sincerely hope he sees tens of millions of pounds of value drops from his fat asset as a consequence, the COCK.
Hull have ducked and dived for a while, and whilst it would be a travesty for those living North of Sunderland if Newcastle go down, maybe it's just what they need to rid themselves of the eternal stagnation manufactured by Ashley.
Very good performance today, with the thing that's been lacking all season, goals. When you think back at how many times Hull threw points away in the last 10 minutes it's sickening but also a sign we neither had the defence or attack good enough. Bad injuries played their part but really, it's a poor side deserving of the drop.
Can't say I'm distraught, I can see positives in the fact it makes Allam's name change unfeasible now and the club will shed some of the Premier League fans. What do I know now though, don't live in Hull, only got 6 games this season I can barely call myself a fan. At least with Preston going up I've got a few away days for next year under 30 quid.
Hull just haven't been good enough over 38 games, their summer business didn't look bad on paper but it's not worked out and the lack of options upfront this season has hindered them. Next season they should be strong in the Championship though, strong finances and a decent manager in charge.