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Hull City and West Brom

Gabby Logan presents the Premier League Show from Hull and speaks to their new manager Marco Silva and Curtis Davies. Adrian Chiles goes to West Brom and meets Tony Pulis.


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Welcome to the Premier League Show. This week we've travelled east

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to Kingston-upon-Hull - the 2017 UK City of Culture and home

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to Hull City AFC. The Tigers spent the first 104 years

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of their existence outside of English football's top-flight.

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In 2008, all that changed as they were promoted

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to the Premier League. Since then, it's been

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a rollercoaster both on and off the pitch with two relegations

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and two subsequent promotions back to the promised land.

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This week, we go behind the scenes as the club attempts

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to find its feet under new boss, Marco Silva.

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Also coming up, Adrian Chiles visits his beloved Baggies to talk

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management with Tony Pulis. We speak to Stoke's Peter Crouch

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as he closes in on a century of Premier League goals,

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Nathan Caton explores the perils of aocial media - and we catch up

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with all the big stories from the last seven days.

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Like Hull, West Brom established a reputation for bouncing

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between the top two divisions but since the turn of the decade

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they've established themselves as a Premier League fixture

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and currently sit in 8th place. We sent Adrian Chiles back

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to his spiritual home to get all nostalgic with Tony Pulis.

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Can we turn it on? Yeah, yeah. The success and appeal of these

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clubs to their supporters depends on the team, so the 15 men comprising

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the first team of West Bromwich Albion prepare for the match at the

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end of the week. , arm, harder! It was a fly on the wall documentary

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about West Brom in 1962 when Bobby Robson and Don Howe were playing

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here. That's Bobby, is it? The chat in the dressing room is usually

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about players, cars, money, things that have status. Nothing's changed

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then! CHUCKLES

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All of them have got shirts and ties on.

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What is your emotional response when you see your predecessor from more

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than half a century ago, when you see those clips on there? Everything

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has changed, Adrian. If you look at life in general, if you went back to

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the steelworks or the docks in that period, life has moved on

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dramatically. Over the last month there has been a

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deterioration in the play of certain individuals.

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The big thing that really stuck with me was the meeting that he had with

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the players and told everybody that he was making changes. Whereas

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today, I'd never walk in the dressing room and say this is the

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team at the reason why I'm doing it is because of this, that and the

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other. Could always try and make it a more personal thing. We've got a

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couple of pictures of you. CHUCKLES

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If someday when you are this age gives you a new car or money, how

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would you end up as a different player, manager or person? What do

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you suspect? If I go back to when I was 16 and jumping on the train in

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Newport and pulling out of Newport station, I was one of eight people

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in a small terraced house down near the docks. I wanted never to go back

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home. I wanted to make this my life and I promised I would do everything

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I possibly could to stay in this sport that I had loved ever since I

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can remember. The academy setup in England is

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absolutely fantastic. Better than most countries in the world. The

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problem we've got is that technically I think the players are

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better now than they ever have been but we've never had it right in

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respect of playing the games. It's OK being technically good enough but

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I am a manager and I have to win games so the players who come into

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my team have to be winners. They have to know how to win and learn

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how to win. Because if they don't you start losing and your job would

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be at risk. Isn't that taught to them? Not at all, the big problem we

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have is these kids are sent out at a young age and they should be sent

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out to learn that whether it is down at the bottom of the road playing in

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the third division or non-league football, that manager and those

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supporters, whether it's 500 or 600 people turn up, they want to see

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their team turn up on a Saturday. They don't want to see a kid just

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run around and be technically good, they want him to be technically good

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in leading that team to winning the. I think we miss

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that out of the time we ask them to give something back they don't know

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how to because all they have done is take.

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Once a week the Albion's directors meet to deliberate on the club's

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policy. Once a week? Archie, I'd like to hear your views of last

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Saturday's match for the benefit of the directors.

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I don't like board meetings. I think if I've got an owner, if it is the

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chairman, if I can have 20 minutes with him rather than being in an

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office with a committee of everybody asking questions, it suits me much

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better. I think you have to understand that they will sometimes

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cut across new in the way you believe things should work. You're

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almost managing up as much as you're managing down. And when things are

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going badly it must feel like you are fighting absolutely everybody?

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LAUGHTER You will always face the supporters

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in some shape or form. Every week you are in front of the shareholders

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and if they don't like what they are seeing they let you know. I accept

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that is part of it and you have to deal with it. Frank Skinner and I

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sit right behind you. You are the one that shouts at me all of the

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time! Frank shouts at you sometimes. CHUCKLES

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I'd been encouraged from a very, very young age to learn my trade,

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not just playing but coaching and listening to people. The systems you

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have learned, have they set you in good stead for what you play now?

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Well, we had a wonderful set up in England. I think it was better than

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anywhere in the world where we used to have a week with senior coaches

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coming along and learning from Don Howe, Bobby Robson, Dave Sexton, I

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haven't moved to far-away from the basics that I learned at that time.

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The basics being what? Setting your team are properly, making sure you

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play to the strengths you have got, not trying to do anything you can't

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achieve, football is a simple game and the important thing as a manager

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is trying to get the best out of the group of players you have got, not

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trying to justify what maybe other people want from that football team.

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But actually accepting what they are and what they are about and getting

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the best you can out of them. Is it important for you to be liked

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by the players? There will be at least half of the squad who hate you

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because you are not picking them. The most important thing is to be

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honest and straight with them. If you try and be clever eventually you

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will spin round and they will catch you out. It's difficult because you

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know it will hurt their feelings but you have to do it, that's your job.

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My thoughts have always been, be as straight to them as you possibly can

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whether they like it or not and wonder if they walk away they will

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say I didn't like him but he was a straight fellow and a straight

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hitter. Tony Pulis has this morning been

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confirmed as West Brom's new head coach. It's the right club at the

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right time, I've got a decent record of helping places turnround.

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Being marked down as the defending I wrote, ten behind the ball, you

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don't need possession and all that, do you get fed up of all that? That

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is one thing I don't give a dam about, we can sit down and have a

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drink together and you don't really know me and I don't really know you

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and the supporters don't know really what I'm like. I have got a plan, it

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has been a short-term plan, and it was to shake the dressing room up a

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little bit and get rid of quite a few players which we have managed to

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do and bring a little bit more quality in as we go along. Over the

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next year, two years, is to have good windows and sign players. Maybe

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not the numbers this club has signed before but a little bit more

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quality. I believe that we've got some exceptional young players at

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the football club. The aim is to bring real top-quality players in

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like Evans, good professionals like Fletcher, you know, people of that

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ilk. And then hopefully over the next year or two the younger players

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will learn from those and eventually take those players' places come and

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bring those kids who are local lads in through the team and have a real

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good team and a good structure in respect of age. Because that's

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important. Is possible to be adventurous and defend corners,

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effectively? Is that really possible?

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LAUGHTER Yes!

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LAUGHTER Were you watching this? I wasn't

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quite born then! Do you think looking at this club, you never own

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a club, you just look after it for the next generation? The thing I've

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always try to do and hopefully I've done it at most of the clubs I've

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been at, I always want to leave the club better than when I came in. You

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are just a custodian of it really. The most important thing is when I

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leave people can say he didn't do a bad job.

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I think we could let those two chat for hours.

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I'm here in leafy Cottingham, just outside of Hull,

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where Hull City's first team train and today they've

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allowed us in to watch. At the end of last season,

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the Tigers won the Championship Play-Off Final and there

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was jubilation as they returned to the Premier League.

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But things soon turned sour with the departure of manager

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Steve Bruce in the summer citing a lack of transfer investment

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from the club's owners. The season so far has been a battle.

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The opening day is normally one full of optimism but it's in short supply

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in Hull, no new signings, no permanent manager, surely the most

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scrambling Bulldogs ever to a top-flight season.

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# You hold me down in the best way # COMMENTATOR: A famous win for Hull

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City. Stunning result this, what a story they are. What more does he

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have to do to get the job? Hopefully it will continue.

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Sanchez. The hole recovery is a short lived one. What an absolute

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screamer. -- the Hull. Mick Phelan is now the head coach on a full-time

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basis. COMMENTATOR: They are punished yet

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again. We have to realise we are in the big league. If you sell your

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house and the roof is leaking you fix it. The roof is leaking, Assem

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Allam. Hull City began in 2016 dreaming of a return to the Premier

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League and they end the year fearing an all too speedy return to be

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Championship. Mike Phelan has been sacked as the

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head coach of Hull. Hull City have appointed Marco Silva

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as their new manager. COMMENTATOR: Hull City have the

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equaliser through Hernandez. What a shot! Maybe, just maybe the great

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escape is on. # You'll keep on saying it's all

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right # Thank you for doing this.

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Marco, welcome to the Premier League Show.

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Everybody looks happy and relaxed this morning. What was the mood like

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when you arrived at the club? We have had a difficult two months and

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in the last couple of weeks we have won two games, the players are more

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happy and the atmosphere is different and that's important for

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the work. Incredible start. You must think you can save this club. It is

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our job to change some things, we don't have a lot of time, only six

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training sessions but we try to pass on the most important thing for the

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players step-by-step and they understand. They are starting to

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understand and believe more and it's important in this situation. It's

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impossible to change everything in one week, two weeks, one month, but

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we will try and do it step-by-step and pay attention to the most

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important things. You have had success in Europe and when you came

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here people didn't know as much about you, perhaps, even though you

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have had that success. Do you feel extra pressure or is it good coming

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under the radar because you are almost an unknown quantity? The

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pressure is always with me. When I started 34 years old as a football

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coach the pressure always stays with me. Day by day, with my players, in

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training, I like to work with pressure. It's not a problem. You

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have a big job this week, how do you stop a team like Chelsea? Until now

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they did a fantastic season. Very good squad, and a very good coach

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also. It's a big challenge for us. We will be competitive, sure. We

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will believe in our team and see what happens on Sunday. It's the

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most important because it's the next, not because it is Chelsea,

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it's the next game for us and so it's the most important. I can see

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your influence has already spread into the canteen because I asked the

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chef what the menu was today and he's joking but it is piri piri

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because of the gaffer. He's joking! No, you've got a piri piri checking

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waiting in there for you. Good luck and enjoy your lunch.

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Stoke City's Peter Crouch is chasing a record -

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his header against Sunderland last weekend was his 99th

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Premier League goal. Can he make it a century against

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Manchester United this Saturday? He's been talking to Pat Murphy.

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Peter Crouch gets the 50th goal of his career...

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Peter Crouch's 99th Premier League goal.

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When you get your 100th will you resurrect the robot? People say if

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you get the 100th you have to do it. I am sure I'll dust it off at some

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stage. We can take that as a yes? Maybe! What was the best goal? The

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goal for Tottenham, that was an amazing feeling. Because of the

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sheer technique of the goal. What a feeling? Against Bolton on New

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Year's Day for Liverpool. And there has been obviously the goal for

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Stoke against Man City, which was probably the best goal I scored. Oh,

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what a goal! Tell me about that card that you give out to people - you

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saw it on social media about being six foot seven. People ask me how

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the weather is up there. Do I play basketball? I had a couple of cards

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fitted to give out when these questions are arise. What do say

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they? Yes I am six foot seven. I don't play basketball and I am glad

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we had this conversation. I think people take it all seriously. It is

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nice to engage with the fans. It is a good bit of fun!

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And you can see more of that interview on Football Focus

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on Saturday at 12pm on BBC One. Good luck, Crouchy!

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There was a time when the only interaction fans had with players

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was an autograph after the game but things have moved

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on in the digital age - and not necessarily for the better -

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We sent Nathan Caton to delve into the murky

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world of social media. MUSIC Isn't social media great?

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There are so many things you can do! Talk to your friends, meet new

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people, see if they are still single and put on weight... No, no, I don't

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do that! I just know people who do! For footballers, one great thing

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about social media is they get to connect to the fans off the pitch.

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We get to learn more about them. For example, from social media we have

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learnted that Huth is not just a Premier League champion but the

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champion of banter. Let's all welcome Jon to twitter and

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congratulate him on learning to write!

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What would you do if he committed a crime? Make him watch a West Brom

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game? Yeah, that's right Wayne Rooney

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tweeted himself offering a fight! Madness! On second thoughts, maybe

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not a bad idea. We all know what happened when he tried fighting

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someone else! Social media gives us an insight into who the players are.

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Including those who tweet normal stuff - such as Victor Wanyama. Some

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use it to vent their frustration, such as Diego Costa. If I was 20 and

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had a face of a 58-year-old I would be constantly angry too. The

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angriest has to be Joey Barton. Ouch! I don't think he will play for

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Burnley any time soon! Speaking of Burnley, how about this?

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It probably wasn't his fault. It was probably the people who look after

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his profile. A lot don't run them on twitter. If they do, they have

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someone telling them what to say. Isn't that right?

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There have been some hiccups but some have been landed in hot water.

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Make sure you watch everything precisely, even you are one of the

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best players on the planet... You can't say that, man! Your name

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will go from the back of your shirt to the top of a register! So I guess

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what I am trying to say is social media is a great tool, but has to be

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used correctly. What you put out there stays out there. And you

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cannot get it back, no matter how it might be... Like all these... Me!

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Hey, why is my picture there? Thank you. Watching Nathan there on

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social media and footballers finding themselves in sticky situations.

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Have you found yourself doing that on social media? I've not had

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anything that's that bad really. During the summer when we only had a

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few players I tweeted a picture of the Hull City squad photo there and

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were only nine of us in it. Because it was retweeted by a number of

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papers and things like that, our coach said, you lot are causing a

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story. It was only a joke that people picked up and saw it as... If

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you don't write "this is a joke! " I think a lot of our fans saw it in

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good light and it made them smile at a tough time for the club.

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We had the pleasure of speaking to the new coach. Did you know much

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about him before he came to the club? He is obviously only a young

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manager. He's recently only stepped out of playing the game, really. It

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is a fresh approach rather than maybe getting a manager who has been

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somewhere, got someone, failed and got sacked and it is bold by the

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chairman and touch wood, it is going good so far. What you want with a

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new manager in your position is that immediate bounce. He seems to have

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had that impact on the pitch. A great result at the weekend. Has the

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mood lifted? It has. It seems that the manager has come in. He could

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have easily have taken a step back and waited to see, OK give it two

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weeks, see what they can do, but from day one he was in the changing

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room, physically dragging players across the pitch, I want you here

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and you there. I think he's done his homework. I think he's watched all

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the games on tape. He was talking about the last time we played

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Bournemouth. This is what we done. You playing Chelsea as the second

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league match, that away, that is going to be tough. Of course. The

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game at the weekend was massive due to the fact we are playing Chelsea.

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After that there is Liverpool... Welcome. They don't come much

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tougher than that. What about the relationship between the fans and

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the owners here? It appears to have been through a troubled time. How

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does that affect you as players? I k not say it affects us. When you come

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to the Swansea game and the FA Cup, there was a miniboycott, we only had

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6,000 fans. The atmosphere was so dull. I cannot imagine for the

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players on the pitch what it was like. The fans, firsts and foremost,

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are with the players. Usually they are with us players.

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Shall we look inside and see where all the prematch magic happens. Back

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into the warm. That is what I meant! Shall we go and get warm. So, what

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is this room here then? This is our warm-up room. Usually, I say

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warm-up, usually lads are doing kick ups or something. Someone will

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probably kick a ball at your head or something like that, unfortunately.

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Has every ground you go to got a space like this? Most of the newer

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ones do. When you go to the away changing room, there is usually

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nothing. You usually do a stretch in the shower or something like that.

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It is interesting. You have to find whatever space you can. The club

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must have been delighted there was a stock of these tiles? I think they

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got a detail after -- discount after the 80s. Has the atmosphere in here

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changed? Did row have some sympathy for the predicament here? When Steve

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Bruce had some problems, Mike said he wanted to take us forward. That

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was a bold statement. We had 13 fit players and maybe no hope from the

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outside, but he took the job. Started off OK. We could not sustain

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it. As somebody who has been in the game for a long time now, been

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around a little bit and seen other set ups, who are the other voices we

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would hear here on match day? Daws, the captain. He is influential. He

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speaks to whoever it need be. There are a few in here who have something

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to say. You need the leaders right now? Whatever happens with the

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management, the board. You have to go out there and get the result. It

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will be an interesting few months? Hopefully happy. Shall we see what

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else has been going on in the last seven days?

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Schlupp is watching today. You don't feel it will be long before he

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breaks into the side. Michael Keane... ... Alli scopes it

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back to him. What a week for him! Who's the daddy? I am a new dad. A

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good feeling. What a great way to finish the week off! There'd not be

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a louder ovation today in memory of Graham Taylor.

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And it is in from Giroud. Ramsey tries to shoot. Sanchez does.

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Arsenal lead by 4-0. Was Sanchez OK when he came off?

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Completely OK, he wanted to stay on. Carroll on the far side... Oh, that

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is tremendous! Lovely! Extremely important three points. Under the

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circumstances, in a very difficult week. So, brilliant! Costa left at

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home after a row. He does not strike me as the kind of person who is

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bothered by what people think. Alonso... Deflected 2-0 and Pedro

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has surely sealed it for Chelsea... Using it to solve all the problems.

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Never doing a press Conference, but I repeat, if there are other

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problems. He beats Bravo and Everton have a

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three-goal lead. And Lookman scored. 4-0.

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I don't think football days get better than that, do they? No. I

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don't think they ever will. Penalty to Liverpool! Pogba's

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handball. Milner puts Liverpool in front. Ibrahimovic... In the net!

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Ibrahimovic for Manchester United. Before we go, let's take a quick

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look at the weekend's fixtures. Saturday begins with bottom club

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Swansea City visiting Liverpool in the early kick-off.

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There are five 3pm kick-offs including

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Crystal Palace against Everton and Manchester United's

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trip to Stoke. Faltering Manchester City

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host in-form Tottenham in the evening game.

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There are three games on Sunday with Hull's trip to league leader's

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Chelsea rounding off the weekend. Best of luck against Chelsea. Which

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will you wear? I think this purple one. Lovely! Thank you. And we're

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off for a couple of weeks. If you miss anything on the show you can

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catch up with the i player. Thank you to everybody at Hull. You have

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made us feel very welcome. Have a good night. Goodbye.

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