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Hull was where it all started to go really wrong for Liverpool.

Hull relegated after Wigan draw

Steven Gohouri's dramatic stoppage-time equaliser stole a point for Wigan and confirmed Hull's relegation from the Barclays Premier League.

Team News: 30/04/2010

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Hull owner confident over club's future

Hull owner Russell Bartlett has claimed the club can "trade through" their current financial difficulties.

Brown's 'big errors' to blame says Boateng as Hull fall into abyss

The recriminations following Hull City's relegation will begin in earnest now in what promises to be a defining week for the club's immediate future, yet there is no doubt in the mind of George Boateng who is to blame for the performances which have cost the team its top-flight status.

Bent sends Hull down to face financial meltdown

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Pressure mounts on Dowie after Pearson's doomsday scenario

Welcome to doomsday. By this evening Hull could be mournfully contemplating a return to the Championship, and even worse if the apocalyptic warnings of chairman Adam Pearson are to be believed.

Dowie ends Zaki's loan spell

Egypt striker Amr Zaki has played his last game for Hull after boss Iain Dowie opted to send him back to parent club El Zamalek.

Dowie: We are running out of games and must beat Sunderland

Hull manager issues rallying cry as time grows short in battle to avoid relegation

Agbonlahor and Milner keep Europe in sight and push Hull closer to the trap door

Iain Dowie was left staring into the abyss in the wake of yet another defeat for his Hull City squad, this time courtesy of goals in each half from Gabriel Agbonlahor and James Milner as Aston Villa maintained their hopes of pipping their rivals to the coveted fourth place in the Premier League.

Agbonlahor and Milner put Villa on course for Europe

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Liverpool target Cairney happy at Hull

If reports were to be believed, Tom Cairney could have been turning out for Liverpool next season, but for the Hull youngster it is all about keeping the Tigers in the Premier League.

Dowie reaches point of no return for launching Hull towards safety

Two home games this week, starting with Villa tonight, offer the Tigers a chance to escape the relegation zone

O'Neill rejects 'irksome' report that Milner is top summer target for City

Villa manager says speculation about a £24m move is distracting on eve of important game and pledges to keep his squad together

Chelsea fear for Drogba's fitness as they limp on ahead of Ferguson's men

With Blues' Premier League lead down to one point, Ancelotti faces tough decision on whether key striker can play a part
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