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'

Fulham could cash in on Bullard with £5m Hull deal

Hull City last night sought to steal a march on Wigan for the signature of Jimmy Bullard with a bid understood to be in the region of £5m.

Hodgson in dark over Bullard offers

Roy Hodgson today revealed Fulham are prepared to sell Jimmy Bullard at the right price.

Bolton say no to Bullard and Denilson

Bolton manager Gary Megson will not be signing former Brazil international Denilson or Fulham midfielder Jimmy Bullard after ending his interest in both players.

Fulham give Bullard reasons to stay put

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Football in Brief 20/12/2008

Former chairman sues both club and owner

Former chairman of West Ham Eggert Magnusson is suing the club and its owner, Bjorgolfur Gudmundsson, for breach of contract. Magnusson isdemanding 200m Icelandic krona (about £1.1m) for an alleged violation of hisseverance settlement.

Cage fighter named 'coolest man of year'

A champion cage fighter has crushed rivals such as Daniel Craig, David Beckham and Lewis Hamilton to be named Coolest Man of the Year.

Fulham keen to keep Bullard

Roy Hodgson today revealed Fulham have opened contract negotiations with Jimmy Bullard - but is refusing to guarantee the midfielder's future at Craven Cottage.

Window gives City stalwarts worrying view of the future

Fulham 1 Manchester City 1

Bullard's great leveller leaves City frustrated

Fulham 1 Manchester City 1

Schwarzer stands tall as Liverpool miss magic touch

Liverpool 0 Fulham 0

Another Gomes blunder puts brakes on Harry's Houdini act

Fulham 2 Tottenham Hotspur 1

FA pleads with clubs to respect referees

The Football Association was last night trying to hold together its battered Respect campaign by making a public plea to Premier League managers to stop criticising referees. The FA was pushed to the brink by Joe Kinnear's stinging attack on referee Martin Atkinson after Newcastle's defeat to Fulham on Sunday and further pressure yesterday from the managers' union.

Johnson provides Fulham's home comfort

Fulham 2 Newcastle 1

Saha's pay-as-you-play deal a credit to Everton

Everton 1 Fulham 0

Johnson brings up century to sink Wigan

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