Your Running Commentary

Hull City vs. Chelsea: Your Running Commentary

Jozy Altidore 2 (Getty Images)

It might seem like just another mid-week EPL match, but today's Hull City-Chelsea match (2:45pm, Setanta USA) is so much more.

You have all the John Terry controversy swirling, but you also have U.S. national team striker Jozy Altidore coming off his best game for Hull. Can Altidore make things even more difficult for Terry? We will soon find out in what could be a World Cup match-up preview.

Then there are the implications in the standings. Chelsea is trying to stay ahead of Manchester United atop the EPL standings while Hull is trying to escape the relegation zone.

If you will be watching today's match, please feel free to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action.

  • madmax

    On Jozy’s lack of goal scoring? On my intermittent feed Jozy didn’t take one shot on goal. So for today, no goals seems quite appropriate. He did make some nice passes in attack which his teammates squandered 100%, which explains no assists.


  • Brett

    Basketball trains mostly fast-twitch muscles (jumping, sprinting) so I would have to assume his level of endurance is pretty low.


  • El Michael

    could not agree more. The Drogba comparisons are being made on numerous sites. I don’t think they are quite the same player, but the idea that it takes a while for a young forward to develop, i believe is the point being made.

    I hope he stays in ther EPL post WC, Everton?


  • Hush

    Jozy had a decent game. I’m very happy seeing him improve week after week. 20yrs old and playing in the best league in the world, you have my respect.

    It’s sad to hear the Jozy bashing, it shows lack of knowledge of the game.

    I give him a B- for todays performance. Considering he has below average midfielders.


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