Sport Hull manager Steve Bruce is delighted with the signing of both Tom Huddlestone and Jake Livermore

Tigers boss feels additions will make the rest of the Premier League 'sit up and take notice'

QPR deny Neil Warnock rumours

Queens Park Rangers have moved to quash speculation over Neil Warnock's future.

Norwich storm up to second by crushing East Anglian rivals

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Championship round-up: Gradel caps five-star performance

Max Gradel received lavish praise from his Leeds manager, Simon Grayson, after the 23-year-old striker scored twice during the promotion hopefuls' 5-2 win over Doncaster.

League round-up: Miller grinds out QPR victory

Two minutes after coming on as an 86th-minute substitute for Championship leaders Queens Park Rangers, Ishmael Miller fired in the game's only goal as Neil Warnock's side won 1-0 in a hard-fought match with play-off hopefuls Leicester City to open up an eight-point gap.

Jimmy Bullard joins Ipswich on loan

Hull midfielder Jimmy Bullard has joined Ipswich on loan until the end of the season.

Brilliant Bostock gives Hull reason for optimism

Hull City 2 Swansea City 0

Bullard asks Hull to mark his card over move to Celtic

Jimmy Bullard was holding talks with Hull yesterday before making a decision on a move to Celtic.

Bullard and Ledley close to Celtic switch

Celtic manager Neil Lennon is close to adding further to his squad after the club held more talks with Jimmy Bullard and Joe Ledley.

Campbell enters discussions with Celtic

Sol Campbell is in Glasgow holding talks with Celtic over a potential move.

Lennon vows to bring 'thunder' back to Parkhead as he takes full control

As a footballing city, Glasgow is not exactly short on blood and thunder. The Old Firm can generally be relied upon to raise the pulse rate, for better or for worse. Neil Lennon, the former Celtic midfielder who yesterday was confirmed as the club's manager having taken over on an interim basis in March, clearly understands this better than most.

Football news: Dangote denies interest in Arsenal

Nigeria's richest man, Aliko Dangote has dismissed reports he is going to purchase Nina Bracewell-Smith's 16 per cent stake in the club. "I can say categorically at this time that I have no intention of investing in the club," he said.

Bullard linked with Celtic loan switch

Hull would consider letting record signing Jimmy Bullard join Celtic on loan if the Glasgow giants made an approach.

Moxey credits teamwork at top as the key to Wolves' survival

'Everyone has pulled in same direction,' says the chief executive of Molineux club

Hull desperate to cut wage bill

Hull's board will continue to meet throughout the week in an attempt to address the club's perilous financial problems.

Hull owner confident over club's future

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

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