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‘Shown up again’ – Plenty of Hull City fans lay into figure who showed ‘arrogance and naivety’ in Fleetwood defeat

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Hull City’s perfect start to the League One sign came to a shuddering halt on Friday night, as they were thrashed 4-1 by Fleetwood Town at Highbury.

Going into the game, the Tigers had won all four of their league games this season without conceding all goal, but all that changed on the Fylde coast.

Harvey Saunders run and finish from a tight angle put the hosts ahead and although George Honeyman levelled from close range to ensure the game was all square at half time, three unanswered second half goals from Callum Camps, Saunders and Sam Stubbs secured an emphatic win for Fleetwood.

As well as the disappointment around the result, another concern for Hull will have been their ability to change their approach or find a route back into the game after going behind.

That is something that, as Hull fans took to Twitter during and after the game, once again led to plenty of scrutiny on manager Grant McCann, who has previously managed to avoid the type of criticism that he came in for during Hull’s relegation last season, in the current campaign.

Here, we take a look at what some of those Hull fans had to say about McCann’s setup and approach during that defeat on the Fylde Coast.


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Article title: ‘Shown up again’ – Plenty of Hull City fans lay into figure who showed ‘arrogance and naivety’ in Fleetwood defeat

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