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'

Hull sack manager Phil Brown

Hull today relieved manager Phil Brown of his duties and placed him on gardening leave with immediate effect, the Barclays Premier League club have confirmed.

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Brown makes apology to WI for 'unsavoury' behaviour

Tony Blair once upset the Women's Institute and was given a stern heckling; now Brown's had to apologise to them. It is, though, Phil of Hull City rather than Gordon of Raith Rovers who has had to say sorry to the jam-makers of Humberside as the problems mount around the KC Stadium at a rate with which the occupant of No 10 might sympathise.

Hull united despite Bullard bust-up insists Brown

Manager Phil Brown is confident his Hull squad remains united for their relegation fight despite a training ground altercation between Jimmy Bullard and Nick Barmby.

Arteta targets Europe with Everton

Mikel Arteta intends to be playing on the European stage with Everton next season - and David Moyes expects him to break onto the international scene.

Bullard scores on return to Hull reserves

Hull talisman Jimmy Bullard made a goalscoring return to action in the club's reserves last night.

Bullard's wounded knee is ready for Hammers test

Hull's talisman could play a part against former club after recovering from injury

Phil Brown plots Old Trafford shock

Hull City manager Phil Brown believes his players are capable of staging another surprise in Manchester to lift the Tigers out of the bottom three.

McCarthy beats drum for Hahnemann

Mick McCarthy believes veteran Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper Marcus Hahnemann can gatecrash the United States World Cup squad if he maintains his rich vein of form.

Lyons signing shows up sluggish market

Dejan Lovren. Ring any bells? He is a 20-year-old Croatian midfielder. He also happens to be the most expensive transfer of this somnolent transfer window.

Hull miss the bounce of Bullard

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Robinson ensures all the positives are negative

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Brown happy about Hull Christmas party

Hull boss Phil Brown has no intention of stopping his players enjoying a Christmas party or night out this year.

Hull City: potential transfer targets

A few weeks ago Phil Brown was on the verge of being sacked and relegation looked inevitable. How things can change.

Brown optimistic Bullard can still help Hull

Phil Brown is optimistic Jimmy Bullard will play a key role in Hull's Barclays Premier League survival fight after the midfielder was ruled out until the new year yesterday.

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