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Apathetic play hampering Hull

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Injuries taking toll at Hull City

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Hull lose three points, two players

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Loss a reminder of Hull's long road

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Hull problems can only be solved on pitch, not transfer market

Hull City manager Steve Bruce believes it was the accumulation of individual errors that led to their 3-0 defeat by Newcastle United.

After a timid 3-0 defeat to Newcastle United on Saturday, Hull City's third loss in succession, all the talk predictably centred on who could be attracted to the KC Stadium in the desperate final days of the transfer window. Someone. Anyone. Supporters were almost past the point of caring, just as long as the newcomer delivered fresh hope of survival.

Such is life as a City fan at present. Optimism is a battered commodity in a season that has so far yielded just four wins from 25 domestic fixtures,...

Home form will be key for Hull City's Premier League survival

Ahmed Elmohamady and the rest of the Hull City side will need to buckle down at home for the remainder of the season if they're to avoid relegation.

Steve Bruce and his Hull City side have spent the past week on a warm-weather training camp in Portugal, making the most of a free weekend that came with a third-round exit from the FA Cup. Under the Algarve sun, they have spent additional time on the training pitches and nursed countless injured bodies back to fitness.

Those five nights away were designed to prepare City for all that lies in store between now and May 24, to focus minds on the task at hand. Premier League survival is on the line...

Mounting Hull City injuries add to club's survival struggle

Hull City jetted off to Portugal for a warm-weather camp on Thursday as the temperatures dropped below freezing in East Yorkshire. Manager Steve Bruce, though, must have considered Lourdes. That famous sanctuary for the sick would be more fitting as a free weekend looms on the Tigers' calendar. Bruce must wonder where it will all end after the latest damaging chapter of City's season and pray it is not in the Championship. A 3-0 loss at West Ham United was bad enough, but the loss of defenders...

An injured Hull City look to get clear of the relegation zone vs. West Ham

Hull City manager Steve Bruce noted that his side's goalkeeping error directly lead to their slim loss to West Bromwich Albion.

It is not beyond the realm of possibility that Hull City will begin their match away to West Ham United on Sunday bottom of the Premier League. Nor is it overly far-fetched for Steve Bruce's men to be up in 12th by the end of the fixture.

The bottom half of the table is impossibly tight and right in the middle of it all sit City. Only Leicester and QPR are currently beneath Hull in 18th, while a further six clubs are within touching distance up above.

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Every point counts in the fight for survival...

Hull City lose three points to West Brom and two strikers to injury

Hull City manager Steve Bruce noted that his side's goalkeeping error directly lead to their slim loss to West Bromwich Albion.

When West Brom striker Saido Berahino crashed a low right-footed drive through a mass of bodies assembled on the goal-line, all hope of sugar-coating a grim afternoon evaporated for Hull City. A needless backpass had been punished and the Baggies snatched a 1-0 victory that had appeared beyond both sides.

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That 78th minute winner was the moment that triggered a tumble back down the Premier League table and into the bottom three -- another relegation rival had stolen a march on City. Remarkably,...

Tigers facing a different beast in West Brom under Tony Pulis

Tony Pulis won 7-0 in his first match as West Brom boss and his side are in high spirits ahead of their clash against Hull City.

"How's your luck, eh?" asked Steve Bruce, when reminded that Hull City would be the first Premier League opponents of the Tony Pulis era at West Brom on Saturday. It had to be someone, but Bruce will be cursing the timing of City's visit to the Hawthorns.

Football's quirks make this away day a far stiffer proposition. West Brom will field much the same side that failed Alan Irvine in the final weeks of 2014, but the Baggies will surely be a different animal. A snarling, hungry animal, just like...