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Hull FC v Bradford Bulls - Live blog

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Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photograph of the Author

Ross Heppenstall, Bradford Bulls Reporter

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    wembley bound 4:52pm Sun 10 Feb 13

    I said Hull by 20 so not far off, Easy to predict this egg chasing,
    Who will be first to say we would have won friday ?

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    Thee Voice of Reason 4:55pm Sun 10 Feb 13

    After the Bulls became World Champions by beating Wakefield at home last week it seems a more realistic outcome for the season might have to be looked at by some.

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    Thee Voice of Reason 4:55pm Sun 10 Feb 13

    After the Bulls became World Champions by beating Wakefield at home last week it seems a more realistic outcome for the season might have to be looked at by some.

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    nosher 5:06pm Sun 10 Feb 13

    Yawn

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    wembley bound 5:07pm Sun 10 Feb 13

    I await Viking in one of his guises with an apology.

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    wembley bound 5:42pm Sun 10 Feb 13

    There he is now under his Nosher guise.
    That's the special name Sheff calls him by all accounts.
    Wonder why ?

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    Tricky Dicky 6:03pm Sun 10 Feb 13

    Always going to be a tough ask and no disgrace in losing to a side that has invested heavily for success. Tries in the corner can be anything so there is no reason to panic. Learn from it and build on it. And reasons to be cheerful - Cas 14 Rhinos 12. It's a long season, keep the faith. And good luck to City against Swansea.

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    THEMANOFSTEEL 6:15pm Sun 10 Feb 13

    After being thumped 6-70 I'm very happy with thus score line!

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    RuggerTyke 6:44pm Sun 10 Feb 13

    Reality check.

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    Parz 7:30pm Sun 10 Feb 13

    2 points dropped out of a potential 54 is no reason to panic though, as I'm sure any Leeds fan will tell you today. From the sound of it the better team won today. Roll on Cas on saturday.

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    wembley bound 8:51pm Sun 10 Feb 13

    How things change eh ?
    You were going to finish top last week

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    Wipsi 9:32pm Sun 10 Feb 13

    wembley bound wrote…


    How things change eh ? You were going to finish top last week

    Come on, now,nursery in the morning try and get some sleep,daddy might build you a snowman tomorrow, may as well to you speak to you in the manner you're used to,you can wear your pink bonnet for the walk to nusery if you're a good boy,nite nite ,now, dream welt !

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    wembley bound 9:41pm Sun 10 Feb 13

    Its amazing just how thick some thugby fans are, What must have passed for education. I bet your parents are proud of you.

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    mdn 9:45pm Sun 10 Feb 13

    wembley bound wrote…


    Its amazing just how thick some thugby fans are, What must have passed for education. I bet your parents are proud of you.

    A Troll is a person who visits websites to attack other posters. S/he has no position, not political,
    not social; in short s/he has no ‘point’.
    It is attack for attack sake.
    In early days Trolls were often pre-pubescent high school boys. Powerless, cowards, the Internet
    became their psychodrama where they could act out.
    Those who moderated message boards would ban them, delete their posts, and so their victory
    was fleeting.
    Where the school boy may mature into a responsible individual, the adult Troll has deep seated
    psychological problems.
    The adult who feels powerless grasps the opportunity to use the anonymity of the Internet to
    create an all powerful avatar who can attack others with impunity.
    With very low self images, Trolls experience that rush of control when they, who are afraid to tell
    their neighbour to turn down his radio, can spew invective with impunity.

    Trolls post insulting comments hoping another poster will respond. When there is a response this
    provides reinforcement of their behaviour.
    As passive-aggressive mentalities who can not express hostility in direct ways, the Internet
    allows them the perfect venue to vent.
    As they desire attention they will join sites, for example, Triond, where instead of posting
    submissions, they lurk in the unmoderated forum feeding their pathetic egos with each
    response they receive.
    No matter what the response, it is a response. One can be more insulting, threaten
    ing, it doesn’t
    matter. The response, any response is what their pathology requires.
    As Trolls are cowards, they run in packs. It is rare to see a single troll. They take strength from
    each other. They delude themselves into believing they are in the majority and their views are
    shared by ’everyone’.
    Where average people may be proud of an achievement, trolls exalt over their ‘kills’; that is
    persons they have ‘run off’ the forum, or message boards they have caused to close.
    When users cease to post, that is Stop Feeding the Trolls, the forum becomes moribund. Trolls
    have nothing to say. Once there is no one to attack they may begin flaming each other, then
    cease to log on to the site.
    Trolling is the sad attempt at self validation, just as taking drugs, trolling demands more and
    more to feed the addiction that props up low self-esteem.
    ‘De-individualisat

    ion’ is a term social psychologists use to explain the reduction in the sense of
    one’s own identity. In on-line communication the Troll is distant from the victim and prone to
    aggressive behaviour.
    Behind the nickname used by the Troll is a pathetic individual who feels helpless. Having to bottle
    hostility due to physical/intellectua

    l/ emotional weakness. They can not distinguish between positive attention, praise, approval, affection and negative attention, criticism, hatred, disapproval
    .
    All Attention = Good.
    There is some amount of sadism in the psyche of Trolls and that hint of Asperger’s syndrome,
    where they can not feel remorse for their actions.
    Experienced moderators recognise that no matter how one humiliates a Troll s/he can never believe
    s/he ‘lost’. The viable method is to ’suck up’ to the Trolls, gain their trust, at such time they become
    quite easy to smack down.
    Egg-bound if you have managed to read this far down,and i doubt you have been able to,this is you and your mates/alter-egos to a tee try get some help.

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    Wipsi 9:48pm Sun 10 Feb 13

    Bet yours were proud of you when they ran away that night they left you on the steps of the RSPCA.

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    bully4us 11:15pm Sun 10 Feb 13

    For goodness sake idot don’t talk about parents being proud of their offspring when you come on here and show yourself up every day. I bet you daren’t tell anyone you do this as they would laugh at you and call you a right weirdo. Be careful what you say to others with your reputation!

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    wembley bound 11:27pm Sun 10 Feb 13

    So I am an idot ?
    Now I am bright but will have to look that one up.

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    fraternise 12:11am Mon 11 Feb 13

    Thee Voice of Reason wrote…


    After the Bulls became World Champions by beating Wakefield at home last week it seems a more realistic outcome for the season might have to be looked at by some.

    Who let the dogs out????
    Probably nothing else to write about?

    But let's wish them all the very best for the Final! (Bradford City that is, not the soothsayers who have this uncanny knack of predicting things (in their own mind anyway)

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    Bone_idle18 10:38am Mon 11 Feb 13

    How did city do at the weekend? Are they still in a play off position?

    Maybe you should worry about your own sport and not waste time criticising a team who are in the early stages of a new era!

    By the way, so as not to drop to soccer fan(?) level, I'm really hoping city win and Wembley and turn season around and get into play-offs. Like most normal people, I'm happy for any Bradford club to succeed.

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    wembley bound 11:21am Mon 11 Feb 13

    Get off our bandwagon pal .
    Wembley wembley we're the famous Bradford city and we're off to wembley.

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    Bone_idle18 12:26pm Mon 11 Feb 13

    wembley bound wrote…


    Get off our bandwagon pal .
    Wembley wembley we're the famous Bradford city and we're off to wembley.

    Get off our sports comments pal!
    BTW, was the cup run your first taste of watching Bradford City, has you dad been taking you to your first games, I think you're a bit young myself, but hey, you're not my kid.

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    spanglishbull.uk 4:02pm Mon 11 Feb 13

    Dumbo Wembley,
    City 2-1,Hull by 20,
    Wrong on both counts eh.

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