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That won't have done his confidence much good.

on Mon May 22, 2017 5:53 pm
David Marshall back in goal for Hull yesterday, losing 1 - 7 at home to Spurs.

If ever there was a player transfer that was so totally wrong........


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Re: That won't have done his confidence much good.

on Mon May 22, 2017 6:15 pm
I saw that. I think Jakupovic might be out of contract and on his way (I could be wrong) so perhaps they brought Marshall back in as he will be the number 1 next season?
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Re: That won't have done his confidence much good.

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Loved Marshall when he was here but always had a sneaking feeling that Heaton was the better all round keeper - his penalty save against Gerrard in the Carling Cup final was a worldy.
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Re: That won't have done his confidence much good.

on Mon May 22, 2017 9:40 pm
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Arkay Dubya wrote:Loved Marshall when he was here but always had a sneaking feeling that Heaton was the better all round keeper - his penalty save against Gerrard in the Carling Cup final was a worldy.

Agreed, Heaton is a quality keeper. I think SteWells always said the same, that Marshall was the inferior of the two
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Re: That won't have done his confidence much good.

on Mon May 22, 2017 10:44 pm
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Arkay Dubya wrote:Loved Marshall when he was here but always had a sneaking feeling that Heaton was the better all round keeper - his penalty save against Gerrard in the Carling Cup final was a worldy.

Agreed, Heaton is a quality keeper. I think SteWells always said the same, that Marshall was the inferior of the two

I just voted up your message because you agreed with me.
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Re: That won't have done his confidence much good.

on Tue May 23, 2017 12:41 am
I've voted up yours as payment for this gesture and because I often forget this feature
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Re: That won't have done his confidence much good.

on Tue May 23, 2017 6:15 am
Slumdog's Son™ wrote:
Arkay Dubya wrote:Loved Marshall when he was here but always had a sneaking feeling that Heaton was the better all round keeper - his penalty save against Gerrard in the Carling Cup final was a worldy.

Agreed, Heaton is a quality keeper. I think SteWells always said the same, that Marshall was the inferior of the two

I liked Heaton a lot.
Marshall had some really dodgy parts to his game, but he'd pull of a spectacular save or two, and it'd all be forgotten. Heaton rarely let himself get into the position to need saves like that, imo.

I remember getting laughed at when I suggested we should sign Kasper Schmeichel too.
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Re: That won't have done his confidence much good.

on Tue May 23, 2017 6:20 am
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Slumdog's Son™ wrote:
Arkay Dubya wrote:Loved Marshall when he was here but always had a sneaking feeling that Heaton was the better all round keeper - his penalty save against Gerrard in the Carling Cup final was a worldy.

Agreed, Heaton is a quality keeper. I think SteWells always said the same, that Marshall was the inferior of the two

I liked Heaton a lot.
Marshall had some really dodgy parts to his game, but he'd pull of a spectacular save or two, and it'd all be forgotten. Heaton rarely let himself get into the position to need saves like that, imo.

I remember getting laughed at when I suggested we should sign Kasper Schmeichel too.

And now Pep Guardiola wants him, probably for £60mil
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