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Tag Archives: Hull City

Key Premier League Refereeing Decisions: Gameweek 13

Posted on by Andy Turnbull
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Southampton against Manchester City was the showpiece game of the weekend, following the home side’s superb start to the season. Mike Jones was the man in charge at St Mary’s and had a strange first 45 minutes. The most bizarre … Continue reading

Key Premier League Refereeing Decisions: Gameweek 12

Posted on by Andy Turnbull
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Jack Wilshere was lucky to escape a red card, let alone a yellow on Saturday against Manchester United at the weekend. The midfielder fouled Marouane Fellaini, then showed dissent towards Mike Dean, in an aggressive manner, which warranted a yellow … Continue reading

Read Our Progress Report on Hull City’s Performances for October-November

Posted on by Kyle Cotter
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What did you get right and wrong in your August-September progress report? At the beginning of the season I said that Hull City had strength in depth, something that came in handy in recent weeks. I also mentioned that Hull’s … Continue reading

Hull City August-September Progress Report

Posted on by Kyle Cotter
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Team strengths: Strength in depth, Hull City have a very impressive squad as a whole, something that would’ve been a necessity if their European adventure was as successful as they would’ve had hoped. Bringing in players with the skill and … Continue reading

Premier League Tactics Corner – Round 6

Posted on by Alex Fairchild
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Through wide areas, Hull City has found a lot of its success, and Steven Naismith has become the centerpiece of Everton’s alternative system of play. Hull Raids The Flanks When Ahmed Elmohamady went on trial with Steve Bruce’s Sunderland in … Continue reading

The Madness of Last Minute Rescheduling of Premier League Games

Posted on by Jameson Lam
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The Premier League claims that fans are the lifeblood of the game and it would be nothing without them. However, some of their actions make you wonder if they really mean that. Mega TV deals mean the Premier League has … Continue reading

While Fans Enjoy Their Holiday, Premier League Players And Managers Will Be Pushed To Their Limits

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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For soccer fans, the next seven days are going to be pure bliss. Every Premier League club will play three games starting with Boxing Day (Dec.26th) and ending on New Year’s Day (Jan.1st); Arsenal and Chelsea will actually play four … Continue reading

Steve Bruce Has Hull City Playing in His Image

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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During his playing career, Steve Bruce was a centre back who played for five English clubs: Gillingham, Norwich City, Manchester United, Birmingham City and Sheffield United. While at Norwich City he became known for his energetic, “rampaging” play. Bruce wasn’t … Continue reading

Npower Championship Transfer Round Up: Winners And Losers

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Well now that Sky Sports is calming down a bit from its day of “twist and turns” (sure), the transfer deadline is upon us and teams can no longer make any more permanent signings. The football league sides can still … Continue reading

How Appointing Pearson Changes Hull’s Fortunes

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Not too long ago, I wrote a blog regarding the six new teams that would be playing in the Championship next season via relegation and promotion. One of these teams is Hull City, a side that has had an adventurous … Continue reading

Congratulations/Commiserations – You’ll Be Playing In The Championship Next Season

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

It certainly doesn’t feel like every season we see six different teams in the Championship, and depending what way you enter the league can often dictate expectations for a club. After the weekend’s League One Playoff final, we now know … Continue reading

End of Premier League Season Review: Part 2

Posted on by Marshall Norbal

Fulham An excellent season for the men from Craven Cottage, and a huge credit must go to Roy Hodgson who in two years has transformed his team from relegation fighters to Europa League finalists and fully deserves his Manager of … Continue reading

Steven Gerrard Pushes Fan After Hull City Game

Posted on by Christopher Harris

At the end of Hull City’s nil-nil game against Liverpool Sunday, supporters ran on to the pitch but unfortunately there were no stewards to escort the players off the field. As a result, Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard was encircled by … Continue reading

West Ham's Owners Expect Miracles From Mud

Posted on by Paul Bestall

If there’s one positive about David Sullivan’s outburst last week, such was the reaction to it, he’ll hopefully keep quiet until the end of the season. It’s a tricky situation when you’re a chairman of a club struggling at the … Continue reading

Fantasy Premier League Tips For This Weekend

Posted on by Josh Allen

It’s the week of the Cheltenham festival, so in order to celebrate, this edition of fantasy football tips will take on a slightly equine nature. Apologies in advance for the inevitably dodgy puns. I’ll try and ensure that there’s not … Continue reading

Hull City Search For A Hero

Posted on by Paul Bestall

In a strange yet understandable move, Hull City Chairman Adam Pearson has removed Phil Brown from his position as manager at the struggling side. It strikes me as strange as Brown has been moved on after an impressive, if limited, … Continue reading

What Was Your Highlight of the Premier League Weekend?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

One of the advantages of Premier League clubs being more desperate for points at this stage of the season is that it means that we get to see more open matches. It also creates more end-to-end action. This past weekend … Continue reading

Super Nick Rescues Arsenal With Last Gasp Winner Against Hull

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Two teams with two different objectives. Hull City battling for Premier League survival. Arsenal battling to win the Premier League title. So, it was no wonder that the KC Stadium on Saturday resembled a battlefield with both teams getting physical … Continue reading