Monthly Archives: January 2018

From favourites to unfancied

My first sentiments rest with Mr Colin Hutton and his wife Marjorie, who have both now left for pastures new. A first season in many a year we start without the involvement of Colin in one way or another. He … Continue reading

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A look at the Rovers new boys

2018 brings the awaited return of Hull Kingston Rovers back to the top flight of English Rugby League. Rovers managed to brush aside most of the Championship sides with relative ease, but some of the performances were far from convincing. … Continue reading

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Danny McGuire – the first of many?

Could this be the missing link? Every fan of this club must be excited by the capture of Danny Maguire from Leeds. There is no doubting his undoubted talent. One of the most decorated rugby league players in the game … Continue reading

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Make the meetings meaningful

By the time the next meeting between the Allam’s and the ‘chosen few’ happens in early February, the transfer window will be closed again and we could conceivably be in the bottom three and out of the FA Cup and … Continue reading

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Danny Johnson talks to FanaticHull

As we have reached the midway point of the season we took the opportunity to have a chat with Hull City Ladies Head Coach Danny Johnson at tonight’s training session. Danny discusses the season so far, his short and long … Continue reading

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Hull City’s Glorious Era

“HULL CITY’S GLORIOUS ERA Tigerlink’s Peter Johnson looks at the challenges facing Nigel Adkins, Hull City and their fans in 2018 and beyond. If there are some Hull City fans out there who believe we are ‘too good to go … Continue reading

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Healing hands need to work quickly

Hull City are now three weeks into the most pivotal transfer window in our recent history, and at the time of writing, no new faces have been added to our already under-strength squad, and maybe just as equally important, there … Continue reading

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