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Bruce and Hull continue to grow

Hull City about an hour ago
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Bruce must make case for defence

Hull City Sep 29, 2014
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Buckingham: Caution needed vs. City

Hull City Sep 25, 2014
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about an hour ago

Steve Bruce and Hull City continue to grow together

Hull City manager Steve Bruce laments his team's inability to finish off opponents following Danny Welbeck's stoppage-time equaliser to earn Arsenal a draw on Saturday.

By Steve Bruce's own admission, a trip to the Arsenal usually sees him leave with his tail tucked between legs. Not on this occasion. After the best point of Hull City's season came in a 2-2 draw with Arsenal, he quite literally walked away with his head held high.

The whole world saw exactly how Bruce exited the stage on Saturday evening. Snapped on a crowded London Underground train, still kitted out in club suit and tie, the City boss chose a very public mode of travel to reach Sam Allardyce's...

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1 day ago

Arsene Wenger frustrated as Arsenal drop Premier League points

New signing Danny Welbeck snatched a point for the Gunners with his stoppage-time goal.

LONDON -- Just like the FA Cup final, Hull City were denied by a late Arsenal strike. This time though, even if they felt so, the Tigers were not beaten after Alexis Sanchez, Arsenal's remaining ray of hope, finally found a way through and set up Danny Welbeck. Relief, not joy, was the overriding Emirates emotion.

Until then, it had been an afternoon in which Arsenal's failings, and those of their manager, were exposed. Hull, despite the rancour of home fans toward referee Roger East, deserved their...

4 days ago

Chances at England running out on Hull City's Huddlestone

After a sparking debut season at the KC Stadium, year two has proven to be far more difficult for Hull City's Tom Huddlestone.
After a sparking debut season at the KC Stadium, year two has proven to be far more difficult for Hull City's Tom Huddlestone.

During an uninspiring week on an inevitable road towards Euro 2016, there was advice from a predecessor for England boss Roy Hodgson to turn his attentions to the KC Stadium. According to Glenn Hoddle, it is Tom Huddlestone who now deserves a chance to pin a midfield diamond. "Few people can match him," Hoddle observed of Hull City's pass master.

Perhaps so, but the timing of such a call will have left City supporters confused. Huddlestone was a poster boy in a debut season of unrivalled success...

Oct 5, 2014

Hull City have unearthed a gem in Andy Robertson

Hull City's manager Steve Bruce was quite pleased with his side's resilience and determination against Crystal Palace in their 2-0 win.

Two years ago this weekend Andy Robertson was one of 626 folks inside Hampden Park to watch Queen's Park take on Annan Athletic. The teenage defender had received the first red card of his career a fortnight earlier and sat out the Scottish Division Three contest through suspension.

A penny for Robertson's thoughts that afternoon had someone informed him of what was to come next. Within the blink of an eye he has gone from a semi-professional situation with Queen's Park, to the Scottish Premier...

Oct 2, 2014

Nemesis Campbell returns to Hull, but focus should be on victory

Pantomime season arrives early in East Yorkshire this weekend with the visit of Crystal Palace and, more specifically, Fraizer Campbell. Not for the first time upon his return to the KC Stadium, the former Hull City striker will be cast as the villain. Jeers are as sure as the kickoff coming at 3 p.m.

Campbell has somehow become the player City fans love to hate six years after firing the club to the Premier League. Not once but twice he rejected a permanent switch to his onetime loan club, first...

Sep 29, 2014

Bruce must make a case for the defence to continue Tigers' optimism

Hull City manager Steve Bruce explains his team's poor start to the match cost them against Manchester City, but was pleased as his side battled back.

Steve Bruce will be glad to see the back of September. A month that began with the dramatic capture of four internationals on transfer deadline day has ended with optimism under threat. The performances have been there, just not the points.

A 4-2 defeat to Manchester City on Saturday extended the current run of mixed emotions. Even in the space of 90 minutes it is possible to feel both excitement and trepidation about this Hull City team. The line dips wildly between the two.

While the Tigers are...