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'

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.

The Last Word: Football in a Hull of a mess but it can be fixed

Not paying agents' fees and putting a 'relegation clause' in player contracts are just two ways to help

Bent sends Hull down to face financial meltdown

Hull City O Sunderland 1

Is Hughton the right man for the big league?

Newcastle's manager must adapt fast to survive in the top flight

Money doesn't matter insists Bullard

Hull midfielder Jimmy Bullard has told fans he is driven by pride and not pound signs following recent criticism of his displays.

Hull dig in to allow Dowie hope of escape

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Burnley build a heaven in Hull's despair

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Boateng blow clouds Stoke's safe delivery

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Dowie's reticence can reap more rewards

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Sullivan calls on fans to back West Ham

West Ham co-owner David Sullivan has called on the Hammers fans to back the team in their bid for Premier League survival starting against Stoke tomorrow.

Defensive frailties dog Dowie's Tigers

Portsmouth 3 Hull City 2

Hull working through manager wish-list

Hull chairman Adam Pearson claims to have read some "pretty reasonable" speculation over the identity of the club's next manager but insists there are more candidates.

Dowie and Grant in frame for Hull role

Club seek quick fix after Brown sacked but Venables and Curbishley not interested

Megson and Curbishley head Hull contenders

Gary Megson and Alan Curbishley have emerged as the early favourites to replace the sacked Phil Brown as Hull manager.

Brown was "relieved of his duties" and placed on gardening leave by the Tigers this morning.

Brown disappointed by Hull exit

Phil Brown claimed he was "very disappointed" at Hull's decision today to relieve him of his duties.

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