Hammill getting taken off yestdi?!? Did he take teddy out again?

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  1. Cun

    Cunning Stunt Well-Known Member

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    Read on social media he did. I didn't see it as I'd had 15 pints. Thanks
     
  2. Prince of Risborough

    Prince of Risborough Well-Known Member

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    I've described it in my report but, just for you....he stormed past Hecky without even looking at him and as he reached the dugout he yanked at the neck of his shirt ripping it down to his chest. I had an excellent view of it.

    Another shocker from Mr Hammill and, I fear, his last chance.
     
  3. RASCAL

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    It all depends on what he's saying as he's doing it, if he's pissed off with himself I can't see the problem.
     
  4. Prince of Risborough

    Prince of Risborough Well-Known Member

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    It was the blatant snubbing of his manager that he will get pulled up for. It's usually common courtesy to give the double hand slap with the guy coming on and then a handshake or something with the manager. He didn't even look at Hecky - just stormed past him and then did the Hulk impression. He then disappeared from sight with the other subs but I bet he was having a good rant about things.

    I agree, he may have just been annoyed with himself for not winning the match for us but he's already on thin ice after his antics this season. Yesterday may have been one too many I think. I hope not.
     
  5. Ors

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    Said it before, but the problem surely has to do with scoring two picturebook goals in televised Wembley finals. People know the threat he poses when he's on his game and have him marked accordingly. He has to be mature enough to recognise when he can't have an effect on a game, or when his presence occupies the opposition and creates room for others to create. But Hecky will not stand for him playing the prima donna. And he's 29 a fortnight on Thursday!
     
  6. Redstar

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    Jesus wept. How often do players **** the manager off when they are subbed.

    Summat out of nowt.
     
  7. JackTatty

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    Disgrace .


    Needs shipping out along with Roberts Yiadom Hourihane and Winnall.
     
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    Lots of players score picture-book goals on telly and they get marked accordingly. But many are good enough to work out how to lose their man, find space and keep scoring. Hammill isn't one of them at Championship level. He's been the biggest disappointment of the season and I can't see him playing regularly for us now given his inability to grow up.
     
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    Absolutely bang on.
     
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    Out of order ripping the shirt ....it's sacred
     
  11. Jimmy cricket

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    As long as we get some 13 year loanees in from Man utd who have played 675 times for England under 5s I'm happy with that.
     
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    I think it's time Adam "Utterly Butterly" Davies moves on too, we need a keeper who can kick and overlap, not one who keeps stopping goalbound shots. After all, football is entertainment, based on seeing goals, so why put somebody in there who keeps stopping them? It spoils the game as a spectacle.
     
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    I'd much rather have the likes of Mellis etc who couldn't wait to get off the pitch.


    Sent from the darkest recesses of a poisoned mind.
     
  14. Loa

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    Mountain out of a molehill.
     
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    And what is the manager playing at?

    Not good enough.


    (Lost count of the number of games I have been to)
     
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    He didn't play that bad he wasn't the worse player on the pitch. And he hasn't hit the heights this season of last he had the strop against Newcastle. Got over looked and struggled to get played after that, came on v wednesday and got a harsh red. First start back against blackpool and he spits dummy out. Like said if it's his own performance he's unhappy with I have no problem but it was 0-0 we still could have won he slow walked across the pitch blanked hecky and then did a hulk impression he is letting his self down. Maybe he watches ryan Kent and he is frustrated Kents on pitch before him as hammill has played far fewer games this season but still been more productive than kent. Hope hammill knuckles down and apologies to hecky and let's his football do the talking.
     
  17. Prince of Risborough

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    It could be nothing but twice in a season means he is making a habit of it. I hope they can deal with it in-house but I can't help thinking that he has pushed one button too many
     
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    What is there to deal with?!
     
  19. Loa

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    Exactly, talk about making a meal of it.
     
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    I can't believe how wound up some people are about this. I was sitting really near where it happened. He walked off the pitch, APPLAUDED THE FANS as he came off and then in frustration ripped at the neck of his shirt. Then he looked embarrassed and went and sat in the dugout. Absolutely nothing in it.
     

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