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 Posted by Philip Buckingham
1 day ago

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...

 Posted by Philip Buckingham
4 days ago

Keeping balance a tricky proposition for Hull City against Manchester City

Allan McGregor and Hull City will look to reverse their recent trend of coughing up late leads as they host Manchester City this weekend.
Allan McGregor and Hull City will look to reverse their recent trend of coughing up late leads as they host Manchester City this weekend.

Manager Steve Bruce is currently at a loss to fathom what has become of his Hull City side. Where once they were among the toughest nuts to crack in all of the Premier League, a collective who doggedly hung on to every advantage, suddenly the Tigers can be found folding with unerring consistency.

"It's baffling at the minute," said Bruce, attempting to make sense of an emerging pattern that was exasperated by a 3-2 Capital One Cup defeat to West Bromwich Albion on Wednesday night. Although the...

 Posted by Philip Buckingham
Sep 21, 2014

Diame a pleasant surprise for the Tigers

A second half brace from Papiss Cisse rescued Newcastle from losing their third match of the seaspn.

There will have been a time on Saturday afternoon that Sam Allardyce began to worry if he had made a big mistake. While he prepared his West Ham United side to face Liverpool in the evening kickoff, news must have filtered through at Upton Park that Mohamed Diame was at it again.

Just as the midfielder had starred on an immediate reunion against the Hammers on his Hull City debut, scoring a deft finish in the 2-2 draw, Diame continued his fresh start with another delightful goal at St James' Park.

There...

 Posted by Chris Wright
Sep 21, 2014

Hull City goalkeeper wows with initiation song

As is mandatory with most football clubs, 18-year-old Hull City goalkeeper Rory Watson was made to stand on a chair and belt out a tune during dinner before the Tigers' trip to Newcastle having made the match-day squad for the very first time.

Watson, using a water bottle as a microphone, plumped to warble his way through Jason Mraz's slushy hit "I'm Yours", with the resulting pitch-perfect vocal performance taking everybody in the room by surprise.

Uploaded to Youtube by Hull captain Curtis Davies,...

Sep 18, 2014

It's deja vu all over again as Hull City visit Newcastle

Any Hull City supporter making their way up the A1 on Saturday morning will be inclined to remember the same journey made 6 years, 7 days earlier. On Sept. 13, 2008, City visited St James' Park, the home of Newcastle United, to survey an empire crumbling. A turbulent start to the season had Newcastle supporters protesting against the owners and calling for an immediate change of manager. Sound familiar?

Back then it was Kevin Keegan who fans demanded be reinstated following a shock resignation...

 Posted by Iain Macintosh
Sep 18, 2014

Steady Steve Bruce is too good for the chaos at Newcastle

Steve Bruce is on his way to St. James' Park. If he's got any sense, it will be a short stop to pick up three points before returning home. He may have been a boyhood Newcastle United fan but now is not the time to be a Newcastle United manager. The atmosphere at the club is poisonous, the owner is fighting a war on two fronts -- one with the fans and one with the local press. Bruce is better off staying well out of this.

Of course, there are some supporters who would scoff at the very idea of...