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Re: Shopping List 2023 : Tue Mar 14, 2023 1:45 pm  
Dave K. wrote:
Certainly has potential, but the way some fans ate going on you would think he was Jamie Lyon, his poor attitude has been spoken about before too.

We either trust Smith to get the squad right or we don't, need some tough decisions, maybe this is one of them.

I wouldn't be surprised if the move is connected to Wynne and his attitude as like you say it's not something knew and its been reported before about his poor attitude and something I believe BH and Wynn himself have mentioned previously.

If that is indeed the case then TS needs supporting for taking such steps as it is a signal that there are consequences and players are accountable/responsible. Hopefully something can be done to with some of the more senior players too in shipping them out.
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Tue Mar 14, 2023 2:51 pm  
mwindass wrote:

I'd imagine those rumours that Smith doesn't rate him are true.

What did the tweet say ? It says it’s deleted on the link
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Tue Mar 14, 2023 3:01 pm  
Hullboysclub4ever wrote:
What did the tweet say ? It says it’s deleted on the link

Something along the lines of "Be good to get some game time, time to prove some people wrong"
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Tue Mar 14, 2023 3:22 pm  
Mentally immature as shown on the pitch when reacting petulantly, another player who had brainfarts and was a penalty machine.

Correct decision, about time Hull got ruthless, just hope more are moved on.
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Tue Mar 14, 2023 4:12 pm  
Has Wynn had any pre-season ?
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Tue Mar 14, 2023 5:02 pm  
Dave K. wrote:
Yeah, if that's aimed at the coaching staff that's poor, still a Hull player and paid by the club.

The fact he's deleted his tweet says a lot about his attitude and professionalism.
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Tue Mar 14, 2023 5:05 pm  
But atleast Wynne actually played with heart on his sleeve

Alot of players were a disgrace on Saturday yet will play Friday no doubt

Should be playing the academy lads I would

Wouldn't play likes of lane, Houghton, Evans again this season need to start sending a message out
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Tue Mar 14, 2023 5:24 pm  
Dave K. wrote:
How do you release all those players, would cost thousands to pay them off, I'm all for suggestions, but they have ti be possible.

Agree with your other points though, we need some size, but also speed at the sake time, Sao and Satae are big blokes but can be a bit lazy in defence, need big blokes that can defend too.

Need forwards like Vaughan.

Alot of the squad is out of contract so should be easy

Unless we have ridiculous things like letting Houghton sign his own 1 year deal like end of last season .....then yeah will be hard work :roll:
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Tue Mar 14, 2023 5:34 pm  
Rocknrolla69er wrote:
Decisions on quota signings and the players born in hull who are well overated have been huge errors.

Interested whos out of contract, as i honestly would struggle offering any a new deal, squad needs gutting now. An element of ruthlessness needs introducing.

We need a if your not good enough yoyr gone culture.

Not a if your born in hull you get kept culture.

Yep happened far too long and too many bang average players

Houghton, taylor, shaul, Lane, fash, Scott, Wynne, bowden, turgut, matongo, Lineham, crooks, logan, Harris, cator, Green, Hadley, adbul, litten

A long list and only 2 players that's played a full international

A good chunk of them left and are part time players
Re: Shopping List 2023 : Tue Mar 14, 2023 5:46 pm  
Not looked after himself while he's been injured:

Smith, meanwhile, believes the loan will be the best thing for Wynne. Asked if the decision was both fitness and game-time related, Smith said: "Absolutely - he's been way off in that respect. He got injured and he put on a whole load of weight.

"He's needed to shed some of that. It's put him behind in terms of match fitness. He needs to get that up to levels that he is capable of.

"The best way we felt to do that was a loan spell with Newcastle. When he gets fit enough and plays well enough, like all our players, he'll get a chance."

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