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Ipswich Town 0 v 3 Hull City
SkyBet League One
Tuesday, 24th November 2020 Kick-off 19:00
heathen66 added 21:14 - Nov 24
PL tactically has no clue.
Were lucky Saturday and just does the same thing week after week and hopes it turns out better.
Needed to play 4-4-2 or 3-5-2 but just stuck with the same old 4-5-1 (2-7-1) and hoped.
Hull won at a canter

Woolfenthen added 21:28 - Nov 24
Who gave Alan Judge more than 1??

Pilgrimblue added 21:34 - Nov 24
Shame we cant mark Lambert as I'd give him 2 and that's being generous. His system isn't working and players don't know what they're doing.
It's a waste of talent and will leave us in L1 for another year.

brushhand added 21:35 - Nov 24

prebbs007 added 21:58 - Nov 24

Buryblue78 added 22:07 - Nov 24
Well done Josh Emmanuel
I felt he never really can on with us but looked good tonight
Not much good to say about our lot with the exception of Norwood

CokeIsKey added 22:10 - Nov 24

timleatham added 08:07 - Nov 25
Another really poor performance. Both teams played 4-3-3 formation and Hull showed how a team should play with that formation. Their front three looked threatening. We looked powder puff aside from Norwood however whenever he had the ball he seemed to lack much support and so often got crowded out. Where was Judge as the attacking midfielder who should have been supporting Norwood?? We created very little and it is so frustrating that Lambert refuses to change the formation when it is not working. Our full backs do not create enough and the quality of ball into the box is often not good enough. McGavin looks really promising and clearly has a lot of ability however please stop giving him corners and free kick as most of the time they are rubbish. Bennetts gets my MOM with Norwood second. Really frustrated at how the season is panning out. Lambert sort it out and fast!!

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