Hull City: Daniel Cousin's Tiger Days Are Numbered

Brian RhodesSenior Analyst IJanuary 21, 2010

HULL, ENGLAND - AUGUST 09:  Daniel Cousin of Hull City in action during the Pre Season Friendly between Hull City and Aberdeen at the KC Stadium on August 9, 2009 in Hull, England.  (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)
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Hull City's want away striker Daniel Cousin, has told the German Press Association that his relationship with Tiger's manager Phil Brown make it impossible for him to stay at the KC Stadium.

Cousin said, "I opt to leave Hull, I do not want to stay with the club".

"I want to move, possibly to another club in England, or move to France.

"Me and Phil Brown, the gaffer, we have no good relationship and it is therefore difficult for me to stay in Hull because I do not play and the relationship with the gaffer is not good."

However, were Cousin will end up is still in doubt. His proposed move to Queen's Park Rangers fell through due to the sacking of Paul Hart after only 5 matches in charge at Loftus Road.

It was also rumored that Roy Hodgson the Fulham boss was interested in the Gabon captain because of the injuries to Bobby Zamora and Clint Dempsey. The Cottagers are definitely in need of a striker with Premiership experience but would Hodgson gamble on the inconsistant striker.

During the summer Cousin was linked to moves to Cardiff City and newly promoted Burnley but both deals fell through due to his wage demands.

However, the transfer window pans out for the striker the chances of Cousin playing for the Tigers are very low indeed. With the Tigers signing Amr Zaki on loan from Egyptian club Zamalek until the end of the season he drifts further down the Hull City pecking order.