Sport Steve Bruce celebrates Hull City’s Premier Legaue return

Five minutes is all it took for realism to reign at the KC Stadium. Steve Bruce had been talking about one of the strangest days in Championship history with pride and gusto before his attitude changed – and a new focus on the task in hand came to the fore.

Bullard scores on return to Hull reserves

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

'Self-inflicted' loss has Hull speeding on road to ruin

West Ham United 3 Hull City 0

Dull Hull are no match for bustling Behrami

West Ham United 3 Hull City 0

Boateng wins red card appeal

Hull midfielder George Boateng today succeeded in an appeal against his dismissal against Blackburn and his three-match ban has been withdrawn.

Hull consider Boateng appeal

Hull manager Phil Brown is debating whether to appeal against the red card dished out to George Boateng at Ewood Park.

Myhill's gift to Blackburn plunges Tigers into trouble

Blackburn Rovers 1 Hull City 0

Brown wary as Tigers get ready to enter 'lion's den'

It is Hull's biggest match of the season, says Brown, but Samba's absence gives hope

Ancelotti insists Chelsea are focused despite Terry scandal

Carlo Ancelotti does not believe the media spotlight on John Terry will have any bearing on Chelsea's title bid.

Hull reject Wolves bid for Hunt

Hull today rejected an improved £5m bid from Wolves for winger Stephen Hunt and insisted they did not expect their Barclays Premier League rivals to attempt a further approach.

Hull face battle to keep Wolves from Hunt's door

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Jarvis strikes to find heaven in Hull

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Rooney to the four as Myhill plays the fall guy

Manchester United 4 Hull City 0

Rooney scores four in demolition of Hull

Manchester United 4 Hull 0

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.

Tottenham shut out by the mesmerising Myhill

Tottenham Hotspur 0 Hull City 0
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