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Hull City - There's No Place Like Home

A Yorkshire man, a dream and his home town club
Started on 27 January 2020 by OMGItsToddzy
Latest Reply on 1 March 2020 by Justice
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January In Review


Potent was how Caville described January as Hull had another strong month in the league. Caville's men would need to give the supporters something to scream about as they continued their hard work for to secure a play of spots. Coming to the end of January there has been 30 league games played as the fina 16 games will bring an exiting finale to the final quarter of the season.

Leeds would be the first test for Hull this month and with some FA Cup Football to be played there is no reason why The Tigers can't go on another cup run. Lets see how Hull and Caville got on in January.

Leeds United 0 - 0 Hull City


Impressive at Elland Road as Hull managed to hold promotion hopefulls Leeds to a point in the 2nd meeting of the teams this season. Not a goal in sight but a thorough game of tactical possesion saw Hull take a valuable point as thir bid to catch up has remained stable.

Hull City 2 - 1 Cardiff City


The FA Cup 3rd Rnd will have had Cardiff City scratching their heads to how they didn't win this one. Callum Patterson opened the account for the Bluebirds on 13 minutes and they continued to domiante for the first half. Late drama saw Hull pull level with you gussed it, Rhian Brewster on the 80th minute. Cardiff saw two players see red in late controversie Patterson the goalscorer leaving the pitch in the 88th minute. Bowen took full advanatge of the man down and gave Hull a suprise victory just a minute later. With only a few seconds left center half Joe Bennet was shown red leaving Cardiff fans fuming at what had just happened at The KCOM Stadium.

Hull City 1 - 1 Millwall


Tigers and the Den shared a point a piece in a hard fought game between both teams. Hull took an early lesd from Kamil Grosicki just 3 minutes into the first interval. The game would be even for the better part of an hour but late pressure saw Hull lose concentration and Millwall capatalised on this when they made it even courtesy of Mahlon Romeo in the 80th minute. Another point for Hull but they remain unbeaten in the league in 14.

Derby County 2 - 4 Hull City


Special Brew! helped Hull to victory once more in a 6 goal thriller at Pride Park. It would be Derby to take the advantage when Florian Jozefzoon netted on 13. The game looked to be set in Derby's control as the half ended with the Rams better off. The second half would explode seeing Hull become equals when Grosicki sinked home from inside the box just 1 minute into the second half. Hull seemed to have found some fire from the half time talk and step up Rhian Brewster as he blasted on the scene 4 minutes later on the 50 minute mark. It would only take Brewster 12 minutes to grab his Brace as Hull looked to be running away with it. Derby had focus and took some control back over the game and gave hope when Kieran Dowell reduced the deficit to just one with 5 minute sleft of normal time. Brewster would have the last laugh sinking all hope for the Rams as he netted his hat-trick 3 minutes into stoppage time. A big 3 points for Caville and another leap in the right direction for Brewster.


Double Blow. Hull's winger Josh Bowler who is on loan from Everton sustained a broken foot in the game at Reading which will keep him out for 3 months. This is another big blow for The Tigers as Rhian Brewster and now Bowler who are undoubrfully creative and energetic are now sidelined for the Tigers. January can't come quick enough as Hull will need to invest in the club but tensions in the boardroom could jeopordise this.

Its a fact this uncertainty will only add to the list of concerns on the minds of supporters but they will be looking to Caville to provide hope on the pitch.

Hull City 0 - 2 Bristol City


15 games unbeaten and Hull would finally lose as they were brushed aside by a strong Bristol CIty side who dominated the entire game. Hull back down to earth would still find comfort in loss as they have been on an incredible run. Joe Worrel gave Bristol the lead 32 minutes in with a blinding run and finish. It would be Josh Brownhill just 40 minutes later to seal the deal as Hull would be left with sore thoughts for the first time in months.

Hull City 4 - 0 Rotherham


The FA Cup 4th Rnd and back to business as Hull City returned to goalscoring delight netting 4 past a happless Rotherham. Securing a 5th round tie against Derby or Chelsea when they play their replay tie. Hull took well to the first half but would ultimately come to the end of the first half without reward for their work. The second half would be filled with reward and no more deserving than Jackson Irvine who gave Hull the lead on 50. 10 minutes later Bowen would find himself on the scoresheet as Hull looked to be undoing Rotherham. Pressure would only mount on as Rhian Brewster got in on the act on 68 minutes and Jackson Irvine sealed his brace on 74. Potent and clinical was the best way to describe this affair and this could only help The Tigers confidence after their recent loss.

Preston North End 0 - 2 Hull City


Rise of Brew for Hull City as they ended the month under familiar circumstances. Securing winning ways again it was down to the partenership of Bowen and Brewster as they worked well together to provide a lethal threat that troubled preston for most of the game. Just 3 minutes was all it took Rhian Brewster to open the scoring and then to cap the nerves off just 4 minutes from time. Hull have to be happy with this month yet again as the season begins to come closer to its final conclusion


Window Round Up


A few movements in the window for Hull but everyone involved with the club will be relived as the speculation surrounding Jarrod Bowen amounted to nothing and he will remain a Hull player for the forseeable future. But there have been a few ins and outs at the club with 3 joining The Tigers and 2 leaving.


Tyrese Campbell joins The Tigers on loan to provide back up to on form striker Rhian Brewster. Having made only 7 appearances and scoring no goals this is a risk for Hull City however Campbell may find himself useful if given the chance on the pitch.


Chema Nunez is another player joining Hull on loan as he makes the switch to England from his current club Almeria. The winger is very creative and will likely see him battle Grosicki for a spot in the first 11. Nunez will be hopeing to secure sopme playing time to revive his carreer.


Ethan Erhahon is a promising young midfielder from St Mirren. Just 18 years old and time to develop Hull will be certainly looking to the future in what seems like the first step for Caville to produce his philosophy of youth engagement. Ethan arrived for a fee of £86,000. It has been noticed that the Allams are not willing to invest in the first team and thus the only permanent signing of the window for a small amount.


Leaving the club in January has seen Hull generate no money but allowing some players the freedom to get first team football. Young center half Reece Burke has left to Derby for the rest of the season which will allow him to gain strong experience from a great club. This helped free up some wage budget allowing Caville to loan in Campbell and Nunez.

The second player to leave was Hull City goalkeeper George Long with Caville preffering youth prospect Will Mannion as he has had an amazing first season in the first team. Long moved across the water to Lincoln to get game time and will be looking forward to helping Lincoln in their campaign.


Robbie McKenzie will miss a month of Football after suffering a groin strain, another of Caville's youth prospects he will be sorely missed and no doubt rarring to go when he is fighting fit. This could see a chance for Matthew Pennington to find his way back into the team with him already having a solid campaign so far.


In final news and we know you love to see it as Rhian Brewster picked up his third young player of the month this season as he returned to full fitness and full goal scoring capabilities. Bewster will hope he can continue his fine form this season and continue to turn the head of Liverpool gaffer Jurgen Klopp.


February will see Hull play 7 games in the league as they look to get involved in the final run in. Games against Sheffield Wednesday and Fulham will be ones to watch at each end of the month with some tough games ahead as we go into the month. Teh deficit only 8 points from the automatic promotion spots will be a key prize for Hull if they can continue on their current path and 12 points from 7th gives them some confidence when playing football. Its certainly shaping up to be a cracker of finale so stick with us as we like the fans are beggining to dream of Premier League football.
Another largely successful month for the club. Sensible business made in the January window, which will hopefully boost the team further in the latter months of the season.
Rhian is absolutely tearing apart this league. Late bid for consistency could push you into 2nd spot, keep going!
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February In Review


Fantastic February for Hull City as they saw another tough month of games in the league bringing them closer to Premier League football next season. 7 games this month would see Caville play the likes of Wednesday, Boro and Fulham in a bid to keep their promotion hopes in check after a wonderful season so far.

Lets see how The Tigers got on in February as they approach the final conclusion this season.

Hull City 0 - 1 Sheffield Wednesday


Defeat at The KCOM as Hull lost to local rivals Sheffield Wednesday in the opening game of February. Hull played very well but lacked that lethal touch which saw them pay for their missed chances. Adam Reach would score the goal to give Wednesday the points on the 56th minute. Hull continued to press but were without reward this time.

Nottingham Forest 1 - 3 Hull City


The return of winning ways for City as they brushed aside Forest with an impressive 3 goal haul. Rhian Brewster took advantage early on and found himself on the scoreboard just 2 minutes in. Pressure continued just moments later as Forest gave away a penalty and Jarrod Bowen has been lethal from the spot this season and was once more on point putting City 2-0 up with 4 minutes played. You could bet your money on Brewster and Bowen grabbing goals and you would be right to back them as Jarrod Bowen netted his 2nd on 17 minutes completing a hat-trick of goals for Hull just 20 minutes into the game. Forest would stuggle to find their way back in the game but managed to not be nilled as Rafa Mir grabbed one back on 55 minutes giving Hull something to think about. Hull would see out the game comfortably a performance to be proud of Caville stated.

Wigan Athletic 2 - 2 Hull City


Tough Wigan have caused Caville and Hull problems already this season and have proven they are not to be pushed around as both sides took just 1 point for 2nd time this season. It was a game of pinball on the pitch and Hull would take the advantage on 15 minutes with David Milinkovic. Kieffer Moore would be Wigan's star man as he levelled the game 14 minutes later. The scores would be level at the break but the second half would see a reverse of the first as Wigan took control of the game courtesy of Kieffer Moore as he got his brace oin the 52nd minute. It would take a very late 90th minute goal from Chema Nunez to rescue a point from mid table candidates Wigan.

Hull City 3 - 1 Reading


Nawty Nunez helped Hull to victory once more as Hull took the reigns at The KCOM Stadium. David Moyes and his Reading time found themselves bottom of the table coming into this game and Hull took advanatage of that running out 3-1 winners. Chema Nunez burst onto the scene 58 seconds in showing that he still has bags of talent. The crowd getting onboard so early fired up the Tigers and Hull dominated for the remaining 44 minutes of the first half. The second half would live up to its expectation as Jordan Obita would claw Reading level just 2 minutes into the second half a reverse of the first half goal. Chema Nunez would quickly establish the dominance crushing the reviving Reading morale as he slammed home 51st minute just 3 minutes after the equalizer. It would not be out of Reading's reach for the rest of the game but Nortbert Balogh discarded the Reading hope once more netting in the 88th minute to give The Tigers another 3 points this campaign.

Middlesbrough 2 - 1 Hull City


Revenge at The Riverside saw Middlesbrough take all 3 points in both sides 3rd encounter this season which saw The Tigers win both outings. It would be Boro's time to turn the tables and they did so in amazing fashion. Richard Stearman sent Boro 1 to the good on 36 minutes taking Boro to the dressings rooms with an important lead. Brit Assombalonga would gave Boro the win on 82 minutes as Hull managed to gather hope without reward when Norbert Balogh pulled one back on 88. 3 points well taken for Boro which will see Caville itching to get back to winning.

Hull City 2 - 1 Brentford


Tigers and Bee's battled at The KCOM Stadium which saw the obvious predator win although a proud Bee which demands respect for such a worthy display of resilliance. Showing his lethal touch from the spot Jarrod Bowen notched Hull ahead just 20 minutes in. Leading for half time it was only a matter of time before Rhian Brewster made an entrance and he did just that as he scored on 68 minutes surely killing the Bee's off. Pontus Jansson would give one last haymaker to The Tigers giving Brentford credibility in this game. Hull would become victors and 3 points well earned for Caville in this encounter.

Hull City 4 - 2 Fullham


The KCOM Stadium welcomed Fulham as the last time these sides met it ended in a 6 goal 3-3 thriller. Hull would see themselves prove that lethal touch as they we saw two promotion hopefulls clash in a thriller. No other than Rhian Brewster to spark a game to life and no stranger to finding the back of the net as he put Hull ahead on 24 minutes only to be silenced 5 minutes later by Dennis Odoi who brought the visitors level. On the stroke of half time Hull would look to be undone as Aleksander Mitrovic would send Fulham ahead just before the whistle. Eric Lijach quoted that Caville's half time team talk was behind the resurgence in the second half as Hull came through trumps in the second half. Markus Henrikson found Hull level on 52 minutes as an unlikely scorer it certainly helped spark the revival. Norbert Balogh has been raising a few eyebrows this season after coming to life and he netter again for The Tigers on 67 minute sgiving Hull the lead. If its not Brewster, Balogh or Bowen then who else could it be than Chema Nunez who rifled home a rocket in the 84th minute taking the roof of the KCOM as Hull took all 3 points from this thriller.


Fantastic February & March Preview


Unworthy are we to have such an amazing Manager taking the reigns this season. At just 21 years old nobody in this club could understand the thinking behind his hiring and many though this was another way of The Allam's ruining this great club but the entire opposite has happened and Caville has done the impossible. He is putting a smile on the face of every supporter dispite the ongoing toxicity in the boardroom and this team beleives in the philisophy and If I dare say it we could be playing Premier League football next season.

March offers to bring a few more smiles to the KCOM Stadium as Hull kick off the month with their FA Cup 5th Rnd tie against Chelsea which will sure to be a cracker. An away trip Derby to Huddersfield will be next which offers up a sizzling two opening games. West Brom will prove the toughest encounter this month as Caville welcomes West Brom to the KCOM Stadium. Finishing up the month will be Cardiff, The FA Cup Qtr Finals if Hull make it and then a trip to Queens Park Rangers.

Stick around again for another month sure to bring happiness and joy to all of us here involved with Hull City.
Excellent to see you hold on to Bowen despite the interest in him as well as adding some depth to the squad which has been much needed at times this season. The playoffs are looking very likely and hopefully if you can get promoted, the interest in buying the club will come back again.
Brilliant stuff. Although I think you need to look at the Middlesbrough game, it appears you've re-posted the Bristol City result by mistake. ;)
@TheLFCFan - I certainly hope so, lets see how we can push on

@ScottT - Updated that cheers bud
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March In Review


March Madness for Hull City this month as the approach to the run in has Tigers fans licking their lips at the prospect of promotion. Another solid month for Caville in a long aseason full of ups and downs. This month would see Hull play tough games against West Brom and an FA Cup tie at Chelsea.

Lets see how The Tigers got on in February as they approach the final conclusion this season.

Hull City 2 - 1 Chelsea


Beers on Brew at The KCOM as Hull beat Chelsea in the FA Cup 5th Rnd. Once more Caville showing that Hull can certainly beat the the big boys as they progressed from the 5th Rnd to the Quarter Finals. Rhian Brewster the hero once more as he notched up a brace that would render Rudigers consellation useless as The Tigers progress once more on a wonderful cup run.

Huddersfield 1 - 3 Hull City


Yorkshires Finest in form this season and a close contender to Leeds as Hull took all three points in this encounter. Brewster gave Hull the advatage going into the dressing room at half-time but was denied when a penalty from Ben Marshall was placed home on 42. Hull would eventually run out winners with goals from Robbie McKenzie and Chema Nunez to send The Togers back to the humber with smiles all round.

Hull City 4 - 1 West Brom


West Brom sat just above Hull in 3rd place going into this battle and were outright favourites for the clash but Hull would not let media statistics define their performance as they danced their way into promotion contention with a 4-1 smashing of The Baggies. Brewster no stranger to the net scored just 5 minutes in before Chema Nunez got in on the act just 6 minutes later. Mathius Pereria would get one back to give West Brom some hope going into the changing rooms at the break but Hull would dominate the second half. Its not a party if Bowen isnt scoring a penalty and he did so on 59 minutes with Rhian Brewster grabbing his brace and all 3 points on 77 minutes.

Cardiff City 2 - 3 Hull City


Brewsters Brace a familiar sight for Hull this season as the Liverpool striker sent The Tigers on to their 5th league win in a row. Ecstacy in the first 20 minutes with Brewster scoring on 11 and 19 minutes respectively but Cardiff would not be bowled over to easily. Lee Tomlin converted from the spot to reduce the deficit to one but the Hull would lead at half time. Danny Ward revived the game when he equalised on 72 but Norbert Balogh would send Hull supporters home in good spirit when he secured all 3 points just 1 minute from time. Another 3 points for Hull and another brace for Brewster.

West Brom 1 - 3 Hull City


The FA Cup Qtr Finals saw West Brom welcome Hull back for the second time this month with the promise of an FA Cup Semi-Final up for grabs and much to the same as the last game Hull's impressive form shone a bright light again. Jarrod Bowen taking control of the atmosphere on 5 minutes would set The Tigers up for another win and Brewster would make that two on 32 to take Hull to the break looking confident. Scott Arfield would bring hope on 62 minutes but in the dying moments of the game upstep Jarrod Bowen to secure his brace and a spot in the semi-finals.

Queens Park Rangers 1 - 2 Hull City


Tiring has this season been which saw Hull take 3 points in this fixture leaving them unbeaten as they approach the run in. It would be thanks to an own goal from Joe Lumley 22 minute sin to give the visitors the lead and this was doubled by Brewster on 50 minutes. Another late revival attempt in vain against Hull as Yoann Barbet got one back with 17 minutes left to play. Hull would see the remainder of the game out comfortbale once more to see them rise in the league and all of a sudden automatic promotion doest seem so far away


Marching On & The Run In Preview


2nd Place we sit with the run in now imminent and The Tigers look like they could be playing Premier League football next season if they can continue this form for the remainder of the season. Notably the FA Cup Semi-Final against Manchester United will see the Red Devils return to the KCOM again as Hull look to reach the FA Cup Final for the second time in their history. In the league a tough game against Stoke beckons with the remainder of games looking winnable for Caville


You could expect to see Rhian Brewster as young player of the month as we have seen it so many time this season and once more rightly deserved for the young kid. Brewster has been the fire power Hull needed this season and his link up play with Bowen has seen them tear teams apart in league and cup competitions all season. As we approach the run in we hope Brewster and Bowen continue as Hull look to take Premier League football within their grasp.
Gordon Bennet second place? I see you going up automatically in this kind of form
Absolutely scintillating form. With the prospect of a trip to Wembley on the horizons alongside a push for promotion, this season could be one to remember come the end of May...
@Aaron - I really hope so :)

@ScottT - This form is something else, lets kick on

The Run-In Review


So they think its all over well it is now. Now for you avid readers I won't spoil the conclusion in the opening paragraph but strap yourselfs in boys because the Run-In is a wild one. Caville and The Tigers saw themselves sitting 2nd place looking to even take the 1st spot from Fulham if chances are to be taken. 6 games in total and 5 in the league has seen Caville guide Hull City to a fantastic season regardless of promotion or not

Lets see how The Tigers got on as they approach the final conclusion this season.

Hull City 1 - 0 Stoke City


Balogh Boy gave Hull a much needed 3 points for their campaign but rescued it late on in a battle that lasted a long 90 minutes. Hull seemed to be in control for the majority but a few darting runs from Stoke certainly caused some problems for the back four. When the final whistle blew Hull felt relieved and have made one more step toward promotion it would seem.

Birmingham City 2 - 1 Hull City


Off Course and below par as Hull lost a suprise encounter with Birmingham. Hull would be expected to win this game but were pushed aside by a Birmingham team pushing for safety. Bowen would find the lead on 44 minutes and just 1 minute the other side of the first half Birmingham would find themselves level through Alvaro Gimenez. Jude Bellingham would be the Hero for Birmingham as he bundled in the second goal on 57 and try as they might Hull could just not find their way back into this one.

Hull City 3 - 1 Barnsley


Barsnley powerless to resist and bowled over by The Tigers as they ran out 3-1 winners at The KCOM. It would Barnsley to take the intiative as they stunned the home crowd when they went 1-0 up courtesy of Mike-Steven Bahre just 5 minutes in. Bowler would make sure that would be silenced just 7 minutes on as he levelled the game up and who else than Rhian Brewster to take the lead just 11 minutes later. Hull would set up a two goal cushion and an eventual 2nd half securement of 3 points as Kamil Grosicki netted on 29 sealing the deal in the first half for The Tigers.

Hull City 0 - 1 Manchester United


The FA Cup Semi-Final welcomed both Hull City and Manchester United in the cup a repeat of earlier this season which saw Hull knock the Red Devils out 1-0 at The KCOM. It would be a reverse of the last fixture as Hull couldn't find that lethal touch on a sunny afternoon. It would take a moment of brilliance from Gerard Deulofeu in the 58th minute to take United to the final in a well fought game where the winners were just in their progression. Cup run over for Hull but knowing Victory over Blackburn in the League would secure automatic promotion for The Tigers.

Blackburn Rovers 0 - 1 Hull City


Unlikely Hero in Hull's securing promotion game against Blackburn at Ewood Park as both team battled a lengthy game with promotion riding in Hull's hands. Blackburn proved to be a match for Hull as they gave a game right down to the wire which would need some magic from Hull to nick promotion and 3 points. A moment to be remembered forever as the club running down in this game saw the ball fall to Jack Rodwell 35 yards from the Blackburn goal, met with venomous power Rodwell unleashed a rocket into the top corner of the Blackburn goal sending the away fans into a state of ecstacy. Hull secured 3 points and left the game knowing next season they will be playing Premier League football next year.

Hull City 3 - 1 Charlton Athletic


Tributes to a fantastic season as scenes of promotion and song broke out at The KCOM on the final day of the season as Hull went into this game knowing they are already promoted but that didnt discourage the performance from The Tigers. Jarrod Bowen lifting spirits just 7 minutes into the game but only to be cancelled out on 32 minutes by Lyle Taylor. Rhian Brewster the master of silencing fans did his job recapturing the lead just 3 minutes later sending Hull into the break in the lead. Jarrod Bowen would secure his brace and all 3 points when he netted on 67 minutes capping off a fine performance and a wonderful season for The Tigers which will see them compete in the biggest league in the world.


Season Review


2nd Place and promotion to the Premier League has seen Caville go down in History as his first season in Football has shocked the world as he guided The Tigers to promotion in a season tipped for dissapointment and failure. Not one person could have imagined the final position this season and Caville has earned his right as a top manager at just 22 years old now. Not just down to the manager the players have found new confidence this season and retaining players like Jarrod Bowen has certainly helped Hull along the way this season.


The Team of The Year saw Fulham rightly take up the most of the squad as their fantastic run saw them win the league but not without a fright and fight from The Tigers. No suprise to see Rhian Brewster in the TOTY and also entries from Markus Henrikson and young star Robbie McKenzie making their appearance in the end of year awards. A suprise to not see Jarrod Bowen in this team considering his amazing season but nonetheless this doesnt take any shine off the boy.


Jarrod Bowen would win his own plaudits at home as he was voted Player of The Season at Hull and rightly so for his assits and goals contribution all season. Bowen also picked up Young Player of The Season also making it a season to remember for the hot prospect and any attention will sure to be increased after a fire season for the right winger.


Bowen has created history this season notching up a total of 18 assits in the league a Hull City record and just showing how capable and unselfish this creative genuis is. Bowen also netted 16 goals which has gone to prove that his pedigree is a force to be reckoned with.


Bowen once more setting a record at Hull for most player of the match awards as the Englishman notched up 12 awards this season for his fine performances. Can we heap anymore praise on a definite star player for the club.


Brewster had to fit in somewhere and he won best Rookie in the league and rightly so as the young player notched up 28 league goals this season falling to 2nd behind Fulham's Mitrovic who scored 29. Brewster has been in unbelievable form this season and Caville has expressed interest in bringing the Liverpool striker back to the KCOM next season.


A fine season for a 3rd choice goalkeeper in Will Mannion who has established himself as number one in the sticks for Hull this season. Mannion has bags of potential and rightly Caville's trust has been in good faith as he set a clean sheets record for Hull this season managing 11 clean sheets across the season which no doubt has had an effect on Hull and their form this season.


News has leaked through that with promotion to the Premier League interest in The Tigers has risen and talks between business tycoon Nathan Gilligan and Assem Allam have been reported to be underway. We don't want to get ahead of ourselved but it is rumoured that Gilligan wants to pump money in the coffers at The KCOM to establish Hull as a dominant continental and league force. Join us for the pre-season review as The Tigers begin the task of tackling the Premier League. Long reign Caville.
What an unbelievable season Brewster and Bowen have had for you, would love to see Brewster come back next season. Hopefully you can bring him in with all that new cash flow you could be getting!
This really is some season. Brewster has been phenomenal beyond comprehension and has won games on his own this month. The fact you hold a 2nd place spot in the league is fantastic, but to also have an FA Cup Semi Final at Wembley in the next month is something to be very proud of.
What a season. Nobody would of expected you to be within one point of winning the league so to do that and get automatic promotion is incredible. Brewster has been brilliant this season as has Bowen, whilst the rest of the squad have also clearly played their parts. This summer could be a very painful one for you in regards to keeping a hold of your key players, but with the takeover news coming in, maybe just maybe the days are starting to look a lot brighter at Hull!

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