Rob Hutch

Rob Hutchison – or should we say Olivia’s dad? – went Monsieur Salut’s route and found an internet stream. These are his one-word verdicts on the team, plus this succinct summary: ‘thank goodness that’s over’ … he somehow missed out Manquillo and Khazri so I have volunteered entries …

Pickford 7 faultless

Love 4 loveless

Kone 5 ambivalent

Jos 5 workmanlike

Manquillo 4 hardly

Pienaar 4 done

Ndong 6 endeavoured

Khazri 5 hit-and-miss

Borini 4 motions

Big Vic 5 championship

Defoe 5 goalless

Substitute:
Honeyman 6 contract ?

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  1. Jake May 1, 2017 at 10:15 am #

    How old is Honeyman? 22? 23? If he’s not good enough now he never will be, no contract please. And Pienaar should never be seen again in a Sunderland shirt, he’s well past it.

  2. Peter Sixsmith May 1, 2017 at 10:42 am #

    Team for Hull;
    Pickford; Love, Denayer, O’Shea, Manquillo; Gooch, Ndong, Embleton, Khazri; Anichebe, Defoe
    Subs; Sixsmith, Randall, Lark, Lynn, Hutchinson, McCormick, Dawson

  3. david miller May 2, 2017 at 12:35 pm #

    That subs bench should read:
    Hutchison (O.), Hutchison (R.)

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