GIVING TOM HULL OF A TOUGH TIME I’m no longer a cert to play, admits Huddlestone
praise, all well and good. But if you’re getting criticsm, then fair enough.
“Everyone’s entitled to their opinion.
“As long as the manager’s fairly happy, that’s the most important thing.
“If you’re going to be on social media sites, you’ve got to take the rough with the smooth – that’s part and parcel of it.
“Things like that annoy me more than anything, because people don’t know the ins and outs of it.
“If you try to explain yourself, you’d be on there all day and you wouldn’t get a chance to live your life.
“The Christmas off ones annoyed me, I didn’t have any days off over Christmas. I NOT IMPRESSED: Huddlestone’s form is a worry for Hull boss Steve Bruce travelled with the squad to Sunderland on Christmas Day to watch the game on Boxing Day.
“When people are jumping to conclusions, that does get annoying.
“Match days were disappointing because I wasn’t involved, but on most of them I went to the training ground to train beforehand.
“The Sunderland game, myself and Jake Livermore were in the gym doing our own session. Fitness-wise, we kept on top of things.
“Maybe mentally the break will have helped me. Physically I’ve felt fine, but mentally it could work as a benefit to have a couple of games without playing.
“We’ll see towards the end of the season.” TWEET ’N SOUR: Cheekey tweeters have accused Huddlestone of getting sent off
deliberately against Chelsea