1. Premier League Preview: Manchester City Vs Hull City

    Premier League Preview: Manchester City Vs Hull City, City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester, England, Saturday, 28th November, 2009, 15:00GMT. When these two teams met last season things were very different...

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  2. Premier League Preview: Hull City v. Everton

    Hull City vs Everton, Kingston Communications Stadium, Hull, England, Wednesday, 25 November 2009, 19:45GMT. David Moyes' Everton team take the trip to East Yorkshire with the decent away record of six points from six games...

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  3. The Highest Scoring Matches in Premiership History

    After the demolition of Wigan by a rampant Jemain Defoe and Tottenham Hotspur's side, I thought it would be interesting to look back at some of the Premierships other goal-fest...

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  4. Jimmy Bullard, the Spark in Hull City's Engine

    When Hull City signed 31-year-old Jimmy Bullard in the January transfer window at the beginning of this year, it was hailed as a giant coup for the Tigers...

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  5. What Adam Pearson's Return Means to Phil Brown and Hull City

    It's been three weeks now since Paul Duffen resigned from his position as chairman of Hull City, following the release of the club's finances. In his place came Adam Pearson, seen as a returning messiah by many fans...

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  6. Hull City Go to the World Cup

    When I was a kid watching the Tigers, there was not much to cheer for in the way of Hull City players in the World Cup finals...

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  7. Hull City's Ian Ashbee, Unsung Hero of English Football

    English football is littered with heroes from every generation, from every team, and every division. Manchester City's Bert Trautmann's heroics in the 1956 FA Cup final playing 17-minutes with a broken neck instantly springs to mind...

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  8. What a Difference Three Points Make

    Last season the Tigers won three home fixtures. The Kingston Communication Stadium was far from been a fortress. This season Phil Brown went on record that he wanted to turn the KC Stadium into a fortress for the Tigers...

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  9. Hull City and an Uncertain Future

    The past few weeks at the KC Stadium have been like watching a soap opera. Not a flashy American soap like Dallas or Dynasty , filled with bags of intrigue and mystery, but a gritty British ...

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  10. Liverpool Just a Mid-Table Team

    A few weeks ago, I was roundly told where to go by many a Liverpool fan for asserting that my club Hull City were beaten by Fernando Torres and a lucky Steven Gerrard, not by their glorious Liverpool team...

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  11. Hull City: a Comparison

    After eight games last season the Tigers were sitting third in the Premiership table only three points behind leaders Liverpool and Chelsea. This season, there is a very different look to the Tigers...

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  12. Hull City: Brown Is Barmy for Battler Barmby

    Speculation has been rife in the Tiger-nation as to the name of the new Hull City Skipper. The Tigers have seriously missed long term Captain and Hull City legend Ian Ashbee...

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  13. Hull City: Why Couldn't Torres Have Been Injured?

    It's 15:11 on a sunny Saturday afternoon at Anfield, Liverpool, and the Fernando Torres show starts. Hull City were the visitors to Anfield, and sitting second bottom of the Premiership, there ...

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  14. Hull City: Unrealistic Expectations Placed on Small Premiership Club

    Well, the season is one month in and for the Tigers it's five games down. The transfer window has been both good and bad in equal measure, with some good signings and some awful disappointments...

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  15. Hull City: Tigers Pounce on Bateleur Eagle, Benjani

    Manchester City's Zimbabwean striker Benjamin "Benjani" Mwaruwari looks set to sign for East Yorkshire's finest, Hull City. Speculation is rife in the Tiger-nation that Benjani has been at the Kingston Communication undergoing a medical today...

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  16. The Arab and the American Find a Home at Hull City

    On a warm East Yorkshire Saturday afternoon Kamel Ghilas the Algerian International striker had toiled long and hard in the sun...

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  17. Lucky Blues Sink Hull City

    In today's opening game of the 2009/10 Premier League season Chelsea's Didier Drogba's brace stole a well deserved point from Phil Brown's Hull City...

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  18. EPL Preview: Chelsea vs Hull City

    EPL Preview: Chelsea vs Hull City, Stamford Bridge, London, Saturday 15th August, 12:45BST. Premier League survivers Hull City travel to Community Shield holders Chelsea for the opening game of the 2009/10 Barclays Premier League season...

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  19. Arsenal's Myopic Manager, Admits Lies

    Arsene Wenger, the "Emirates Mole," has opened a can of worms by admitting that he has lied to defend the actions of his players...

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  20. Hull City: Bobby Zamora Still a Cottager

    Fulham Boss Roy Hodgson thinks that Hull City target Bobby Zamora will reject the offer from Hull City's Phil Brown. Hull City had tabled a bid for the out of tune striker that was accepted by the London club and passed a medical...

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  21. Hull City: Which Came First, the Chicken Or the Egg?

    Well we are almost a month into the summer transfer window and the Tigers are still without a summer signing. We have been in open negotiations with a few players, not least Fraizer Campbell ...

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  22. Newcastle United Slash Price of New Away Shirt, Dubbed "Worst Kit of the Season"

    Newly relegated Championship side Newcastle United have slashed the price of their horrendous new away shirt for the 2009-2010 season. Many newspapers and Web sites are calling the recently released shirt "the worst kit of the season...

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  23. Couldn't Hit a Barn Door With a Banjo Striker to La Liga

    Angolan striker Manucho has left Manchester United and signed a five-year deal with La Liga side Real Valladolid. Manucho, who spent the second half of last season on loan with newly promoted ...

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  24. Fraizer Campbell To Be a Black Cat, Not a Tiger

    It was announced to day that Hull City's No. 1 transfer pick Fraizer Campbell will be heading to Sunderland's Stadium of Light, rather than his old home of the Kingston Communication Stadium in Hull...

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  25. Michael Owen, Who Cares; He Obviously Doesn't

    Yeah, Michael Owen has made a great signing. Yeah, really, he has, hasn't he? All the speculation over the past couple of weeks has been about Owen wanting to play first team football...

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