Hulse hopeful Millwall's luck will change after Hull defeat

© Alan Stanford
© Alan Stanford

STRIKER Rob Hulse believes Millwall are coming close to finding the sort of form that pushed them into the play-off positions earlier in the season.

The Lions, who are without a win in their last three league matches and have not managed to score a goal in that time, slipped to tenth in the Championship table after defeat to Hull City on Saturday.

But QPR loanee Hulse is confident that a slice of luck is all Millwall need to get back on track. He told NewsAtDen: "I thought we were good against Hull, we were just a little bit unlucky.



"It was a poor goal that separated the two teams – it was just one mistake, and other than that there was not a lot in it really. We were chasing the game a bit so we were forced to go back to front.

"We were much better in the second-half and we were unlucky that something didn't fall our way. If we can get on the end of little knock-downs in the box, the goals will come.

"We had a bad bobble with James Henry's one-on-one – I don't like saying it, but we just need a little bit of luck and things will change. Hopefully, we can go on a little run of winning games.



"There are always stages in a season where a club goes through small blips. Millwall had a really good start to the season and we have shown that we are a good side and we can score goals.

"I am sure that will happen again, we have to keep working hard and try to create as many chances as we can. I know we can play – I have seen the lads in training and they are good players.

"There is a good squad here so we need to put the work in and hopefully score some goals."

Conor Sefton

(@ConorSeftonNAD)

5 thoughts on “Hulse hopeful Millwall's luck will change after Hull defeat

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  • February 4, 2013 at 09:13
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    No 50 : 50's went our way that's for sure, and after Bottlegate we will get nothing from the refs or linos's. We are going to have to really graft to get anything for the rest of the season.

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    • February 4, 2013 at 13:20
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      Was a terrible referee but to be fair Hulse could and probably should have seen red for his two footed tackle

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  • February 4, 2013 at 09:59
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    Absolutely Lincoln, bottlegate could cost us yet.
    we want a couple more in on loan and we haven't heard from the FA yet what course of action they want to take, lets hope we get "A bit of luck" with them, the last thing we want is to have to use the available funds this month to pay fines instead wages. Come on lads you moan like f*** about the club not doing what YOU want, well why should they if that's what they get in return. If it don't stop then we will be hoping to get "A bit of luck" in league 1 cause if the FA suspend the fines then you can bet your bottom dolla the officials will be briefed to give free kicks instead of blatant penalties and yellow cards for diving. We've come an awful long way to clear up the s*** of the past and no doubt spent thousands doing it. Otherwise we will have no other choice but to sign over priced, over rated, over aged players no who no one else wants.

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    • February 5, 2013 at 11:36
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      well said luke, our biggest strength is our biggest weakness,our supporters,always has been,when will they learn

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