Well, that’s one way to get yourself into the fan’s good books.
All I will say is though, this was just one game, it’s whether or not he can turn it into a consistent run of form that’s the big challenge. I’ve got my doubts about it, but I’m more than happy to be proved wrong.
Scott Hogan marked his Blues debut with a goal yesterday as Birmingham City came from behind to beat Nottingham Forest 2-1 at St Andrew’s. With Hogan’s connection to our bitter rivals in up the A38 it was going to take something to convince the fans to get on his side, and he did just that, getting the equaliser after Lee Camp had saved a Lewis Grabban penalty.
So needless to say that he was the talk of the town in the aftermath of the game, and if he carries on like this then he might even end up with ‘cult-hero’ status by the time the season is over, and who knows maybe that will lead to him getting a deal here on a permanent basis.
you little beauty kro
— mark gleeson (@mark_bluenose50) February 1, 2020
HAHAHA AS IF VILLA GAVE US THEIR BEST PLAYER
— Tom (@TomGrange__) February 1, 2020
Hogan for president
— brittle (@LiamooK) February 1, 2020
Lets hope we’ve got a forward that scores goals
— Mark Jarratt (@shizz1960) February 1, 2020
You were fantastic. Welcome to Blues 💙
— Emily Drakeley (@emdrakeley) February 1, 2020
Meant the world to every single bluenose to get those 3 points…keep doing what you do…scoring those goals! #KRO
— sarah southall (@SarahSassy1967) February 1, 2020
Your a great addition to blues. Just keep banging those goal in then get back to how you was playing Brentford. You scoring made us fans happy. You and juky up front makes a big difference kro
— david (@bcfcdave67) February 1, 2020
Great first game, one to build on. #KRO
— Richards🏐🌍 (@richardsbcfc) February 1, 2020
Will Scott Hogan be a good addition to the squad?
Especially if his goals keep us far away from the relegation zone.