Hull City 2 Fulham 1 reaction: Tigers continue to set the pace in the Championship after nervy win

Hull City 2 Fulham 1: Ahmed Elmohamady and Sone Aluko fire Tigers to second win of the season

Jake Livermore drug test: Hull City boss Steve Bruce reveals midfielder was 'in dark place' after death of his child

Tigers boss says family tragedy is a 'mitigating factor' after positive drugs test

Hull City chairman Dr Assem Allam brands FA 'amateurs' after 'Hull Tigers' snub

Tigers chief insists he still has the backing of the club's supporters

Hull transfer news: Tigers trigger £3.5m release clause for Brentford defender Moses Odubajo

Tigers boss looking to rebuild after relegation from the Premier League

Leicester City hijack West Brom move for Hull City defender James Chester - reports

Foxes boss Claudio Ranieri swoops in with 11th hour bid for Hull defender

West Brom move for James Chester as Baggies target Abou Diaby and Bakary Sako

Tony Pulis steps up summer recruitment ahead of Premier League opener against Manchester City

Harry Kane makes Paul Scholes' Premier League team of the season

Paul Scholes column: With Premier League over for another year, here are my end of season awards

The former Manchester United midfielder picks out his highs and lows from the 2014/15 Premier League season

Revealed: The most unwatchable Premier League teams of the 2014/15 season

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Premier League report: From Arsenal to West Ham and everyone in between - how did your club do this term?

Top of the class? European field trip next year? Stand in the corner? Or facing exclusion? Find out how our panel of experts marked the Premier League season

Hull City relegated: Steve Bruce admits 'cuts are inevitable' after dropping out of Premier League

Draw with Manchester United on final day not enough for survival

Hull have the ball in the back of the net, but it was offside
Hull have the ball in the back of the net, but it was offside

Hull City vs Manchester United: TWO disallowed goals at KC Stadium torture Hull fans

Needing to score, Steve Bruce and his side thought they had more than once in the first half

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