And the the top performance against Liverpool yesterday drew a reaction from the co-chairman this morning (Sun).
Gold has always held firm against the tide of fan unrest against Allardyce but has stopped short of patting himself on the back
Gold had told ClaretandHugh – to much cynicism from readers- a few weeks ago that he wanted the manager to adopt an ‘attack attack attack’ policy at Hull City and beyond.
And as the fans and neutrals were left in shock at the extent to which the manager has responded Gold has taken to Twitter to give his view on yesterday’s game.
He declared: “That was the best overall performance I have seen since I’ve been at the club and it looks sustainable dg”