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What's next for Hull City after the sale of Jake Livermore?
The Hull City Jake Livermore joined in 2013 was a
different club to the one he’s left this week. A club full of joy and optimism
enjoying its second sojourn into the top flight of English football but the
mention of an attempt to change the clubs name was l...

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Bristol City 1 Hull City 2: The view from the worst stand
City progressed to the quarter finals of the League Cup
for the second consecutive season – and second time ever – in an and to end
tussle with Bristol City at Ashton Gate. The ground has undergone a remarkable transformation
since I visited last in 2008 an...

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League Of Nations
The impending arrival of Nick Proschwitz, Hull City's first German player, got me thinking about how many different nations have been represented in Black and Amber over the years. Using the 209 FIFA members as a guide, I started to make a list. Place of Bi...

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Swansea City 0 Hull City 2: Perfect Tigers are Phelan Good!
Hull City followed up the most unlikely opening day
victory with an equally unexpected win at the Liberty Stadium, Swansea to maintain a
perfect start to the season. Winning at home with your support behind you and the incentive
of the eyes of the world wat...

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Hull City 2 Leicester City 1: Troubled Tigers trounce Champs
From the depths of adversity, Hull City produced a
stunning performance to shock the Premier League Champions Leicester City (that
still sounds weird) at the newly rebranded KCOM Stadium. Credit: Craig Brough I can’t honestly say I’ve ever looked forward to...

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Mansfield 0 Hull City 1: Michael Dawson is The Tigers latest injury concern
Hull City travelled to Mansfield Town for the second of
five senior pre-season friendlies on “home” soil. Home meaning England, not the
KCOM Stadium where we no longer bother to prepare. Pre-season is about developing fitness first and foremost
but for City...

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Tigers Transfer Talk: Fighting talk from Steve Bruce
Here’s a round-up of this week’s transfer lines in the always
tumultuous world of Hull City AFC.   July 9th Radio Humberside ’s
David Burns sparked debate and mass misery on Twitter by suggesting City have a
transfer budget of around £18m. Given that very a...

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Grimsby Town 0 Hull City 0: How serious is Moses Odubajo's knee injury?
Hull City’s first pre-season fixture of the summer
produced a goalless draw at Blundell Park against Grimsby Town. The Tigers may well be a Premier League side again but
the paper thin squad looked anything but ready for a top flight campaign with
Harry Mag...

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Why Hal Robson-Kanu would be an ideal Hull City signing
Hal Robson-Kanu would be a very good signing for Hull
City on a free transfer – if they can fight off competition for his signature. I’m not saying that on the basis of his excellent Euro
2016 campaign for Wales and according to the Hull Daily Mail - Hull

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Tigers Transfer Talk: Are Hull City in for Mason, McManaman and Robson-Kanu?
It's another round-up of Hull City's weekly transfer activity. In short, there isn't any but read on anyway! 3 rd July The Sun on Sunday say Spurs are willing to let 25-year-old midfielder Ryan Mason leave and City are interested in a £10m deal. Mason is a
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