Hull City – Opposition View

In Opposition Views

With relegation still, unfortunately, a real possibility for the Villans, this weekend we welcome FA Cup finalists Hull City to Villa Park. I have asked a few Hull City fans on what they think about the upcoming game and about the Tigers’ season:

How has this season gone for you?

It’s our most successful season ever, so pretty well.

As the ‘Tiger’ aspect of your name has been turned down, do you fear losing your chairman?

No, was more worried about losing our name than him walking away. Glad the FA saw sense.

There have been calls for Curtis Davis to play for England. We know a fair bit about him from his up and down time at Villa Park. Is he good enough to play for England?

Yes, not the best in the country but not far off. Smalling will go purely because of who he plays for. Davies is a much better defender.

What matters most: Premiership survival or Cup success?

Premier League survival has always been the aim. The FA Cup is a bonus.

Who is your player of the season?

Curtis Davies, by some distance.

Which player should we fear this weekend and why?

Sone Aluko. He’s coming back from a long term injury and he’s a man on a mission, as he tries to prove he should be back in the starting XI. He completely changed the game when he came on against Wednesday at Wembley then again when he came on against Fulham in our last league game.

Which player from Aston Villa would you like in your team?

Christian Benteke.

What is your opinion of Aston Villa Football Club?

You seem to be treading water at the moment and Lambert seems to be getting more and more unpopular. I think something has to give at some point soon, probably when you get a new owner.

What is your match prediction?

Score draw.

Extra time:

Who will win the World Cup?

If any European team wins it then don’t rule out Belgium but you’d have to say either Brazil or Argentina.

Beans or spaghetti?

Spaghetti (and not that junction you have either).

Thanks to the Hull City fans for participating in this weekend’s opposition view.

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