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steve strange, September 25, 2005 in Main Discussion - Norwich City
I''d much rather have him playing for us than against us! end of!
p.s: welcome to the pink''un board, Steve.
Don''t jus come on here and say we should get rid of hucks. I hope is as you are a new member trying to get attention.
Alright give us some reasons as to why hucks should be dropped?
I wouldn''t say get rid of him, but I really do think that basing the team around him and Ashton is detrimental to the power of the team. In the matches where he was banned, we had a much more balanced team and the full backs were better protected.
The eternal Hux question: is he a forward or a midfielder - is oft discussed and we all say he is neither. Well then he shouldn''t be playing in either position! Our 4-3-1-2 line up yesterday was actually really good which is why we looked much better. Play Hux as the "1" and he can do his thing without creating much of a weak spot defensively - this way he can move from either wing and also go straight up the middle, running the ball into the box for somebody to shoot.
I like to watch him play, but if he sat in the hole I''m sorry to say it would be the end of McVeigh''s time in the team. However, Worthy is more likely to play him on the wing so then Brennan and Marney will be warming the bench for a many more matches.
HUCKERBY FOR MANAGER!!!!!!!!!!
[quote]I wouldn''t say get rid of him, but I really do think that basing the team around him and Ashton is detrimental to the power of the team. In the matches where he was banned, we had a much more balanced...[/quote]
If we''d started with Hucks and Ashton up front vs Reading we would have had a better chance of winning in my opinion. Hucks may not have been 100% fit but a 10% Hucks would have been more effective than a 100% Lisbie. Hucks is only a liability when Worthy plays him as a wide midfielder against a strong opposing flank - but eh does it matter what the fans think anyway?
Even as a left winger Hux draws two opposing defenders onto him, such do they believe his threat to be.
However Nigel is so tactically useless that we can''t exploit the space that that should create, Hux is often left with b****r all support and has to get his head down, take on both defenders and their cover, get to the byline and hope someobody has bothered to get into the box.
If we had an ounce of smartness we would have another man up there at all times at inside left and create so many overlaps that we could walk the ball in.
Its like Worthy buying a Rolls Royce and using it only to buy his morning newspaper.
[quote]Never have had any time for the diving little headless chicken. Worthy is stuffed because it''s catch 22, leave him out and we lose and Worthy is fecked. Leave him in and he has to base the entire te...[/quote]
Hello " steve strange " were you watching the game last night ? maybe you want to add a bit more anti Hucks garbage to your previous post hmmm ?
For my money Hucks was the man of the match ! he was THE reason that Saffri and Doc were able to score , no question ! he had a field day in the first half , with only a sprog [ Wise ] to beat , he must have thought Christmas had come early and those quickly taken short corners illustrated Hucks experience , and , probably , Nigels tactical input ?
After the break , surprise surprise , Hucks was marked really tightly , but we still dominated the game , the confidence had returned , it was a delight to watch ! couldn`t fault any of our players , except Deano , he never should have come onto the field ! He`s obviously not 100% , and failed to get a grip on Cort in our box ... thus the early Hull goal
More of the same Nigel !!
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