Three Hull City fans got their "NO" protests all wrong
There is a lot of anger at Hull City at the moment.
The fans are not happy - despite promotion back to the Premier League for this season.
But there has been no investment in new players, and so short are the Tigers of senior pros, that only three subs were named for the opening match of the season against champions Leicester City.
Manager Steve Bruce was so frustrated he walked out of the club just before the season started.
And the Hull fans have had enough. A group of them made their feelings known with a protest during the match, with many of them holding up signs with the simple message "NO".
Only a couple of fans got it a little bit wrong...
— Danny Baker (@prodnose) August 13, 2016
The replies were typically forgiving:
I've always said if you're caught on camera holding scarf/banner upside down at a match it should mean a lifelong stadia ban 👍
— Pabs (@Abdabz) August 13, 2016
they had on job.....a mean one job!
— Pete Gray (@pgraydit) August 13, 2016
the Sydney branch of the fan club are in.
— Erbury Old Boy (@ErburyOldBoy) August 13, 2016
it's on.... Oh it's on
— Maxi Lopez 🚴🏽⚽️🏎 (@MaxiWardley) August 13, 2016
And Adam Hurrey of @FootballCliches fame put his finger on the other thing that struck us about the scene:
— Adam Hurrey (@FootballCliches) August 13, 2016
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