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 ruled out for the season

Hull's record signing Jimmy Bullard has been ruled out for the rest of the season following knee surgery.

Bullard facing knee surgery

Hull midfielder Jimmy Bullard will undergo surgery on a knee injury in America tomorrow.

Dacourt relishing fresh start at Fulham

Fulham midfielder Olivier Dacourt admits he nearly quit football after his knee injury a year ago - and making a comeback is his motivation rather than proving Jose Mourinho wrong.

Bullard in knee injury scare

Hull are confident Jimmy Bullard will be back in action within days after an injury scare.

Hull and Albion take turns to tease in relegation fight

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Brown bears the Brunt as Hull fail to hold firm

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Hurry! Hurry! The final weekend of the transfer window

After a relatively quiet January, the Premier League is bracing itself for the possibility of a frenzied final weekend of the transfer window, writes Glenn Moore

Hull complete first summer signing

Hull have agreed a deal which will see Boulogne defender Steven Mouyokolo join on a four-year contract in the summer.

Cole provides a cutting edge for Zola's cavaliers

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Westcarr redefines romance of Cup

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Trouble in the stands greets Millwall defeat

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Hodgson defends Bullard sale

Roy Hodgson has revealed that Jimmy Bullard's contract demands left Fulham with no option but to sell the England squad midfielder to Hull.

Bullard leaves Fulham for Hull

Hull have completed the signing of midfielder Jimmy Bullard for a club record £5m fee from Fulham.

Hull seal Zayatte signing

Hull have signed defender Kamil Zayatte on a permanent deal from Swiss club Young Boys of Berne.

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