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22/11 at 1:39 am,
The Everton man could becomes the first to receive a retrospective ban for successful deceiving an official [...]
22/11 at 1:18 am,
City are without a win in four Championship games but will fancy their chances against Millwall tonight [...]
22/11 at 12:07 am,
The Tigers travel to The Den without a win in four [...]
21/11 at 10:05 pm,
Lots to discuss after the return of City to action at the weekend, with the many questions left unanswered after the draw with Ipswich, the games ahead against Millwall and Bristol City, and the meeting between handpicked fans and the Allams due to take place this week. Plus we remember pretending to be from Scunthorpe a decade ago, while one of our number has a new blue-blooded buddy… [...]
21/11 at 4:57 am,
If the Tigers cannot sort their fragile confidence out when falling behind in games, or their irritating habit of conceding late in matches - yes, that will be 8 goals in the last nine games from the 83rd minute onwards for the record - then, rightly, City can consider themselves as one of the Championship clubs embroiled in a relegation scrap. Frankly, the negligence shown by those supposedly at the top of this club, is absolutely scandalous - and unequivocally the root cause of this rotten mess. Manager Leonid Slutsky is desperately seeking a win to boost an ailing season, but City's record at Millwall is abysmal with just two wins in 20 previous visits. There will be no Seb Larsson in the midfield, as the Swedish international serves a one match ban. However, Fraizer Campbell returns from his own suspension to boost striking options for Slutsky. Midfielder Evandro once again will be added to the squad after a lengthy injury lay-off. Millwall manager Neill Harris is watching his side struggle for form, as the Lions attempt to arrest a four game winless run for the second time this season. The hosts are hampered by injuries to Byron Webster and Shaun Williams, [...]
20/11 at 6:45 pm,
1. What's more frustrating: poor concentration and sloppy defending leading to a goal conceded early on, or late in the game? City treated us to both against Ipswich on Saturday, chucking away three points that seemed to have been secured by Allan McGregor's spot-kick save heroics. Victory would have propelled us to the dizzying heights of 18th ahead of a midweek trip to Millwall (and The Den is rarely a house of fun for us), instead we remain in 20th place. It can't just be chalked up to bad luck either, we've developed a deleterious habit of letting in late goals. 2. The first half of the first half was pretty rancid, not just from a City performance point of view, but also as a spectacle. Indeed, there was more entertainment to be had watching a bird of prey in the North Stand rafters kill another bird and skillfully de-feather it (with feathers, but thankfully not entrails, falling onto fans) than contemplating the grisly fare unfolding on the field. 3. Somehow though the game transmogrified into an absorbing encounter, with City willing themselves back into the game and scoring through the ever impressive Jarrod Bowen (after a good cross from Grosicki) [...]
21/10 at 6:29 am,
It is imperative that Hull City find a solution to their annoying habit of conceding late goals. Four games running now, the Tigers have allowed the opposition to score during the dying embers of the match - and in truth - that fact alone is hurting the club from climbing the league ladder. Unfortunately, Leonid Slutsksy will be selecting a side that will not have in-form David Meyler in it, due to the Irish international suffering two yellow cards in the 1-1 draw away at Norwich last Saturday. That means, summer signing from Liverpool - Kevin Stewart - is certain to get a start, now he's recovered from a recent injury that has sidelined him for the past few weeks. More good news sees striker Fraizer Campbell return after a minor knock that kept him out of last weekend's trip to Carrow Road. Barnsley have pieced together a mini recovery under manager Paul Heckingbottom that sees the Tykes move to three matches unbeaten, but like the Tigers, have only won one of their last five outings. No fresh injuries will hinder the home team, although midfielder Gary Gardiner remains unavailable for the game. Incredibly, City have only kept one clean sheet here [...]
15/10 at 6:17 am,
There is very little hope of making a concerted bid for the play-offs if Hull City continue to concede late, late goals. For the fourth match running now, the Tigers have allowed the opposition to net in the dying embers of the match - and today at Carrow Road was another glaring example - despite a decent rearguard action with 10 men. The Tigers have a pretty wretched record at Norwich City, last winning here some seven years ago. Yet, luck may have turned in their favour when Nouha Dicko scored his debut goal for the club, latching on to Markus Henrikson's defence splitting pass that slipped the offside trap, allowing the striker to calmly roll the ball into the bottom corner against the advancing keeper on 29 minutes. A 0-1 half time lead was threatening to end a 14 month winless streak on the road, it seemed. However, old habits die hard and David Meyler increased the fragility of Hull City's 0-1 advantage when receiving a second yellow card that invoked his dismissal on 57 minutes. The Tigers had chances to extend their lead, but Norwich never gave up, increasing the pressure on the visitors and a goal in the sixth [...]
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Hull TigersTuesday, November 21st, 2017 at 10:59pm
It’s Matchday!

Tigers fans will be able to pay on the night at Millwall this evening. Supporters wishing to do so should head to the away ticket office at The Den, which will open at 6pm. Ticket prices will not increase.
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Hull TigersSunday, November 19th, 2017 at 9:29am
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Hull TigersSunday, November 19th, 2017 at 5:01am
FT: The Tigers 2 Ipswich Town 2

Jordan Spence’s late equaliser denies the Tigers all three points at the KCOM Stadium - Jarrod Bowen and Nouha Dicko with the goals for Leonid Slutsky’s side.
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Hull TigersSunday, November 19th, 2017 at 4:51am
Goal - The Tigers 2 Ipswich Town 2 (Jordan Spence)
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Hull TigersSunday, November 19th, 2017 at 4:15am
GOAL!!! The Tigers 2 (Nouha Dicko) Ipswich Town 1
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Hull TigersSunday, November 19th, 2017 at 3:54am
HT: The Tigers 1 Ipswich Town 1

All square at the break after David McGoldrick’s early opener for the visitors is cancelled out by Jarrod Bowen's ninth goal of the season.
Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017 at 12:19am
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Tuesday, November 21st, 2017 at 11:46pm
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