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Bruce managing expectations at Hull

Hull City Aug 13, 2014
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1 day ago

Aston Villa defeat a byproduct of European failings?

Hull City manager Steve Bruce criticised his team's first half performance in the 2-1 loss to Aston Villa.

Already, it seems that Hull City's early exit from the Europa League is going to cast a long shadow.

Message boards are convulsed with cross arguments, quarreling over whether Europe or the Premier League should take precedence. Radio phone-ins are used to bicker over the rightness or wrongness of Steve Bruce fielding a weakened side in Belgium. Its impact, good or bad, is loudly and heatedly debated wherever you look in Hull.

With that unhappy backdrop, and with the dismay of that premature dep...

3 days ago

Steve Bruce must pick Hull up vs. Aston Villa after Europa League heartbreak

Steve Bruce's decision not to start Tom Huddlestone or Nikica Jelavic in the Europa League cost Hull.

"If only ...?" The perpetual lament of the downtrodden football fan has been well repeated in 2014 by Hull City fans, who will remember this as a year in which those aching sentiments dominated everything else.

On May 17, City lost an FA Cup final they'd led 2-0. It was shattering, but there was pride in the performance against Arsenal, honour at being there for the first time and the thrilling prospect of European football on the horizon. Fans of the club spent much of the summer wistfully think...

7 days ago

Hull holding their own

Hull City manager Steve Bruce believes a replay system should be implemented to assist referees in making the right decision.

Two games, four points. A start to file under "encouraging -- with qualifications."

The league table, first. We can divine nothing from a league table written before August is out that we could not predict before the season began. The likely champions will be in either sky or deep blue. Manchester United will not trouble the Premier League's trophy engraver. Everton will finish fourth-seventh. Burnley and QPR probably won't. And so on.

Nonetheless, Hull City boss Steve Bruce will be pleased ...

Aug 23, 2014

Do City care about Europe or not?

Hull City fans enjoyed their trip to Belgium despite the defeat in Europa League qualifying -- but the match has raised questions about whether the club are keen on a prolonged run in Europe.

It isn't an uncommon occurrence for Hull City fans to rejoice in a brilliant away day even if the team itself performs poorly. And so we come to the prime emotion of the Tiger Nation's return home from a 1-0 defeat to Lokeren in Europa League qualifying.

- Report: Tigers tamed by Lokeren

Steve Bruce, who has so far been faultless as team manager, lost a few friends when he picked an indecently weakened team, something that sticks in the craw of supporters who have shelled out very good money on...

Aug 20, 2014

Hull's Europa excitement builds

Hull's fans are taking the chance to see their side in Europe.

Over the years, those who travel away with Hull City have had numerous essential requirements: mental fortitude, gallows humour, prematch refreshments; postmatch refreshments most weeks, too.

No one ever told these fans they may need passports, but now they are required. This week sees the Tigers' second competitive fixture on foreign soil, in Belgium, as they prepare for the UEFA Europa League playoff round -- success in which would see the club enter the group stages, with the attendant glamo...

Aug 18, 2014

Bright start for City in marathon season

James Chester's goal was enough to hand Hull City an opening day win at Queens Park Rangers.

Saturday marked six years to the date that Hull City AFC made their Premier League debut, with a home game against Fulham.

How we remember that day. It was over a century in the waiting, and the sun shone brilliantly in East Yorkshire. The stadium was engorged with new shirts proudly sporting Premier League patches and the fans were wreathed in giddy, excited smiles.

- Report: QPR 0-1 Hull City
- Bruce: Handball decisions a 'mockery'

Then on eight minutes, Seol Ki-Hyeon scored for the visitors....