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The Tigers have already signed Tom Ince, Jake Livermore and Rob Snodgrass

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Jake Livermore of Hull City celebrates scoring

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Tom Ince spent time on loan at Crystal Palace last season
Robert Snodgrass (left) celebrates his winning goal with Leroy Fey

Hull City sign Robert Snodgrass: Scotland international joins from Norwich

The winger join in a £7m deal

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The centre-back has been linked with moves to Hull and Crystal Palace

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Arsenal win the FA Cup - Arsenal 3 Hull 2: Arsene Wenger hails 'important moment' in the life of his team

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Curtis Davies scores Hull’s second goal to make it 2-0 after eight minutes, much to the consternation of Arsène Wenger

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Back in the old routine: Arsène Wenger, the Arsenal manager, still remembers what to do with a trophy as he lifts the 2014 FA Cup after a thrilling 3-2 comeback victory over Hull City in the final

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Joy for manager after nine barren years as Gunners come from 2-0 down to break Hull’s hearts

Arsenal celebrate winning the FA Cup final after beating Hull 3-2

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Hull race into a two-goal lead inside nine minutes but hearts are broken in extra time

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Arsenal goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski celebrates after the FA Cup quarter-final match between Arsenal and Everton on Saturday

FA Cup final 2014 team news: Lukasz Fabianski starts in goal for Arsenal as Steve Bruce selects son Alex in Hull defence

Bacary Sagna selected in what is likely his final appearance for the Gunners

Arsene Wenger believes his squad need 'hard work' and not big signings to challenge for next season's Premier League

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