Gareth Richardson, a 36-year-old Hull fan from Beverley, gives his half-term report.
Verdict: I see us as being the Manchester United of the Championship this season. By that, I just can’t understand how we are fourth in the table when we rarely seem to play well. Like United, we are not enjoyable to watch and we just don’t convince even though results have been okay. The only fun bit of our recent games has been watching Allan McGregor, who looks a hard man, losing it with his team-mates and charging out of goal. Steve Bruce is making me increasingly frustrated, too. I am bored of everything he does - his tactics, his post-match interviews.
Where this season has gone right/wrong: Michael Dawson getting injured has left us looking vulnerable in defence. Without him, we seem to struggle.
Best moment: Tom Huddlestone making it 3-0 at home to Middlesbrough.
Lowest moment: The first half against Reading was our worst since moving to the KC.
Best and worst opposition teams: Derby did a job on us, Bolton look awful.
What needs to be done in the transfer window: Sign a striker we can rely on, Chuba Akpom just isn’t good enough.
Predicted finish: 5th.