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'

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Hull City 0 Portsmouth 0

Fulham celebrate in style as Zamora returns to form

Fulham 2 Hull City 0

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Roy Hodgson admits Jimmy Bullard may get a frosty reception if he makes his long-awaited comeback from injury at Craven Cottage tonight.

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Hull's record signing Jimmy Bullard is poised to make his long-awaited return against former club Fulham on Monday.

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England 3 Belarus 0

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Capello backs Villa striker despite poor club form while also showing faith in James

England call up Agbonlahor but Heskey warned

Aston Villa's Gabriel Agbonlahor is due to receive a boost ahead of tomorrow's Premier League game at home to Manchester City with a summons this evening to join England's squad for the forthcoming World Cup matches away to Ukraine next Saturday and at home to Belarus on Wednesday week.

Brown plans radical move to halt Hull's alarming form

Hull City manager Phil Brown admits he needs to make some "big decisions" this week as he tries to arrest the club's alarming run of form.

Brown hits high note as Tigers claw clear

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Pulis patents Stoke's DNA code for survival

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Brown beginning to lose his war with the world

For a time last autumn, the place Phil Brown calls his "war-room" at Hull City's training ground looked like the inspired creation of an individual building on the benefits of a siege mentality. Yesterday, he sounded like a man under siege. Did he wish he did not wear quite so much heart on his sleeve? "No, no, far from it. It's just me," he replied. But he sounded close to tears. Being at war with the world has started to throw up its shortcomings for the self-styled commander in chief.

Hodgson surprised by Bullard knee injury woe

Roy Hodgson insists he is surprised by Jimmy Bullard’s latest injury nightmare, but admits that the player’s fitness problems were a consideration in Fulham’s contract negotiations with the midfielder.

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