Steve Bruce: The Jury Will Remain Out

We all predicted Hull would go down and - even with them sitting in 11th - that could still happen. Is that why everybody is so reluctant to laud Steve Bruce? Or is it his nose?

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raphapablap (Manchester City) says...

I don't get the dislike for the satirical articles that Andi writes, I find them amusing.

Posted 4:08pm 24th January 2014

zumbi14 (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

Jury's out for me for on Bruce because it's never his fault. When they lose, it's pretty much guaranteed to be the referee's fault. Why not just come out and say "I came here to be negative, stifle the whole game, and hope to get a fluke of a goal," The Thud has improved Hull's play no end, but they are still dire to watch and that is the problem.

Posted 7:51am 24th January 2014

altamont (Manchester United) says...

Good article with insight and fun. Enjoyed reading about Hull in a way I normally wouldn't. Yeah, this season is truly exciting.

Posted 9:50pm 23rd January 2014

GVMUFC says...

@gringohairpiece: ha ha, na, it keeps the burglars at bay. Who needs a guard dog.

Posted 2:54pm 23rd January 2014

gringohairpiece (West Ham United) says...

@GVMUFC hopefully turned to face the wall it's hung on!

Posted 2:15pm 23rd January 2014

bobsy (Liverpool) says...

i only come here for the comments. atreides thats a cracker!

Posted 1:37pm 23rd January 2014

GVMUFC says...

I have a framed painting in our spare room of Bruce and Robbo jointly lifting the first premiership trophy. I can confirm that Bruce looks no better in watercolours.

Posted 1:14pm 23rd January 2014

epiphanical (Leeds United) says...

Actually a very good and amusing-in-the-right-places article, I've been heavily critical of Andi before so fair is fair, it's nice to see someone progress and hopefully turn into a very good writer. No stand-up is going to make it on the first go, humour takes timing and not sticking something in someone's face..

Posted 1:07pm 23rd January 2014

jackio (Arsenal) says...

Gotta say I enjoyed this article a lot. And Harry - you are spot on Sir. Nothing attached to a human body should look like that

Posted 1:00pm 23rd January 2014

atreides (Bournemouth) says...

Read the comments, suspected editor would add pointless defense of Andi Thomas. Scrolled down.Suspicions confirmed. Sigh

Posted 12:45pm 23rd January 2014

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