Hull City suffered an embarrassing 1-0 defeat to bottom club Bolton Wanderers at The Macron Stadium this afternoon.
Stephen Dobbie netted the only goal of the match mid-way through the second half to end The Trotters’ 14 match unbeaten run and leave Play Off bound Hull City red faced.
After a stuttering run of form which has seen the club fall away from the automatic promotion picture, Hull City went into this afternoon’s league fixture enjoying a five match unbeaten run in the Championship. Fans took to Twitter after The Tigers’ defeat at Bolton Wanderers to give their views on the match and their side’s Play Off chances.
I can take a defeat to the bottom team, as long as promises are made that we'll dust worselves doon afterwards #hcafc
— Richard Gardham (@RichardGardham) April 30, 2016
Been too many away performances like that from #hcafc over the past two seasons. Start brightly, miss chances, concede, game over.
— Brad Rial (@BradRial) April 30, 2016
Embarrassing, pathetic and totally unprofessional. #hcafc
— Michael Mitchinson (@Mitchinson88) April 30, 2016
I expect Bruce to Leave end of season, either if we go up and stay in this division. Last couple of years has been pathetic. #hcafc
— Bollard (@plaaard) April 30, 2016
Anyone who think we can just switch it on for the play offs is mental. City look like a team who's season is over. #hcafc
— Alfie Potts Harmer (@ahtralfie) April 30, 2016
Unpopular opinion but players performances are down to a lack of leadership nothing to do with the ownership at the club #hcafc
— leenorth (@leednorth) April 30, 2016
Hull City are most likely to face Derby County in the Championship Play Off Semi Finals next month.