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'

Bullard facing four months out

Jimmy Bullard, the Hull midfielder, will learn today whether his season is all but over, following the knee injury which saw him leave Villa Park in tears during his side's 3-0 defeat on Saturday.

Bullard set for knee scan

Hull's crocked midfielder Jimmy Bullard will undergo a scan on his left knee this evening.

Hull focus on welfare of Bullard after injury

Aston Villa 3 Hull City 0

Tears for Bullard add to holes in Hull

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Grant upbeat despite Portsmouth defeat

Portsmouth manager Avram Grant believes the 4-1 defeat his side suffered at the hands of Manchester United on Saturday did not do justice to his players' performance.

Hughes haunted by lack of wins and spectre of Hiddink

Manchester City 1 Hull City 1

Bullard puts finger on City's problems

Manchester City 1 Hull City 1: Hull penalty condemns Hughes' men to a record seventh successive draw despite return of Robinho to powerful attack

Bad start for Grant as Rooney hits the spot

Portsmouth 1 Manchester United 4

Alarm bells start to ring for Everton

Hull City 3 Everton 2

Carrick praises in-form Fletcher

England star Michael Carrick hailed Manchester United team-mate Darren Fletcher as one of the best midfielders in the land after his fine finish began a 3-0 defeat of Everton.

Bullard's class sparks Hull as 'crazy game' brings hope

Hull City 3 West Ham United 3

Bullard's classy rescue act gets Brown bullish

Hull City 3 West Ham United 3

Chelsea romp to a 4-0 victory over Wolves

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Hull players behind Brown says Bullard

Hull's players proved they are firmly behind Phil Brown as they bought their manager precious breathing space with a superb performance and victory.

Hull's late winner buys Brown time

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