Monthly Archives: October 2017

HULL CITY HAVE WON AWAY! Barnsley 0-1 Hull City

De de de de, FRAIZER CAMPBELL! My god. What a day for every single Hull City fan! Fraizer Campbell’s 78th minute strike was enough to earn City that illusive away victory. City travelled to Oakwell this afternoon to face a … Continue reading

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Tigresses Defence Solid as a Rock

Hull City Ladies have their eyes firmly set on promotion this season and they are off to a flying start in the league. They sit top of the league with six wins and a draw from their opening seven games. … Continue reading

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Banner for City great Les Mutrie to be shown at Forest game

In a spirit of fans’ unity, a contribution from the former Hull City Official Supporters Club’s Hornsea branch backed by sponsorship from the Hull City Supporters Trust with coordination by Hull City Action For Change has made it possible for … Continue reading

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David Meyler – now he’s alright

There’s only one David Meyler, one David Meyler, he used to be shite, but now he’s alright, walking in a Meyler wonderland” is the new song that is ringing around the KCOM Stadium every week (to the annoyance of many), … Continue reading

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Midfield the key to promotion

Hull City Ladies have their eyes firmly set on promotion this season and they are off to a flying start in the league. They sit top of the league and have been scoring goals for fun and haven’t conceded many … Continue reading

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You said you’d sell up, so why don’t you go?

A few years ago, I used to be an ardent City fan – I went week in week out, and couldn’t hold a conversation about anything else. I lived and breathed Hull City, and it was such an important part … Continue reading

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Preview: Norwich City v Hull City. Can Slutsky’s side finally end away day blues?

Hull City AFC travel to Norwich’s Carrow Road on Saturday looking to build on their impressive 6-1 win over Birmingham – seems ages ago now right?  After failing to win their previous five games that result, and it goes without … Continue reading

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