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>> No. 4724 Anonymous
4th May 2013
Saturday 3:29 pm
4724 Hullfa.gs
What a tense 24 hours this has been for us Tigers! Prospects for next seasons, any pointers from fellow Hullfa.gs on who to sign?
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>> No. 4726 Anonymous
4th May 2013
Saturday 5:26 pm
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I think I'm more chuffed that North Ferriby have won promotion to the Blue Square North, so I can manage them on FM14 without any mods. I need to sort my priorities out.

City need a leader in the centre of the pitch and someone more clinical in front of goal. Can't think of any names, though. Elmo needs signing permanently, dunno about Stockdale.
>> No. 4751 Anonymous
13th June 2013
Thursday 9:28 am
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As a proud Tiger I sat in silence while the rest of the pub cheered a white shite goal.
>> No. 4754 Anonymous
22nd June 2013
Saturday 12:29 pm
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Fuck knows why there is so much interest in Kasper Schmeichel. Just sign Mannone for £1million and have done with it.

I'm surprised a move hasn't been made for Gedo; I'm sure there was a buyout clause in the loan contract.
>> No. 4755 Anonymous
25th June 2013
Tuesday 11:26 am
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>>4754
My brother said he saw Curtis Davies leaving the KC earlier on, probably a medical.
Schmeichel's fantastic but I doubt he'll come, I'm not too keen on trading a player for him, either.

You lads getting/renewing season passes?
>> No. 4756 Anonymous
25th June 2013
Tuesday 12:27 pm
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>>4755
>I'm not too keen on trading a player for him, either

Hobbs would get found out in the Prem. It'd be like Wayne Brown all over again.
>> No. 4757 Anonymous
25th June 2013
Tuesday 12:28 pm
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>>4756
>like Wayne Brown
Well, that's a bit of a harsh thing to say about anyone.
>> No. 4758 Anonymous
25th June 2013
Tuesday 1:57 pm
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>> No. 4759 Anonymous
25th June 2013
Tuesday 2:10 pm
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>>4757
He was brilliant during promotion season. Last I heard of him was when he was ranting about the Gay Racists in the Millwall changing rooms.

>>4758
Please tell me that isn't the away kit.
>> No. 4760 Anonymous
25th June 2013
Tuesday 2:44 pm
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>>4759
That's the away kit. Red twatting socks to match.

What's wrong with a black and amber striped shirt for a home kit and a plain black or white one for an away I'll never know.
>> No. 4761 Anonymous
25th June 2013
Tuesday 5:42 pm
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>>4760
So it'll look like Portsmouth's home kit, except with Cash Converters twatted across the front of it?
>> No. 4762 Anonymous
25th June 2013
Tuesday 5:45 pm
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>>4761
Seems that way, though I haven't seen the shorts.

The home shirt I've seen, although an insider has told me to take anything on the net so far with a pinch of salt as she hasn't seen the jerseys herself yet, had an amber body with three bold stripes down the front. A nice little portmanteau of City and Adidas. I liked it but looking at that away shirt I don't think it's going to be real.
>> No. 4763 Anonymous
25th June 2013
Tuesday 6:12 pm
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>>4762
A lot of the Adidas kits this year have a triangle going down from the collar (pic related), so it wouldn't surprise me if it looked like this except in black and amber.
>> No. 4805 Anonymous
3rd July 2013
Wednesday 10:11 pm
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Hmmm.
>> No. 4806 Anonymous
3rd July 2013
Wednesday 10:27 pm
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>>4805

I knew it'd be a 3-stripe affair, not too keen on the arms but it's probably not that noticeable in person.

I'm liking our signings, bringing in Palacios too would be great. If they all gel well with our current crop a confident 15th rather than a struggle to 17th might occur.

You lads go on any of the city boards? I use not606 myself, City Independent has some great articles but the forum's full of EDL-type ruffians.
>> No. 4807 Anonymous
3rd July 2013
Wednesday 11:44 pm
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>> No. 4811 Anonymous
5th July 2013
Friday 5:35 pm
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Jozy Altidore to come back is something I keep hearing but I have no idea why. Sunderland's move for him had Sky Sports News showing that awful goal he got after his goal drought but doesn't show you him celebrating like a fucking nutjob. I liked him, he's a powerhouse, a workhorse and a minor celebrity in America so it would only help City as a franchise to have him play here but he just didn't seem to know how to score a goal.
>> No. 4813 Anonymous
5th July 2013
Friday 10:38 pm
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>>4811
He's been banging them in for AZ, so maybe he's sorted the mental side of his game out. I'd gladly have him back.

One of the things that really annoyed me during that season was that Jozy and Ghilas absolutely tore Bolton apart and Phil Brown never played them together up front again. Rumours were that Brown fell out with Ghilas over Ramadan.
>> No. 4844 Anonymous
7th July 2013
Sunday 1:33 pm
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>>4813

One of the few games I attended that season, Ghilas' first touch was great, and he was undoubtedly a great, nippy asset that we could've pinged off of Geo.

If that's true about Brown, Ghilas and Ramadan, then he's quite a tosser.

I was at job club at the time, and word was that Jozy was absolutely fantastic in training, really capable of all kinds of work up front, but because Ghilas wasn't about, he just apparently found himself adrift half of the time.
>> No. 4866 Anonymous
7th July 2013
Sunday 9:39 pm
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Looks like Jozy is Sunderland bound, but Charlie Austin is having his medical tomorrow.

One more striker and a midfielder and I'll be happy.
>> No. 4872 Anonymous
7th July 2013
Sunday 10:21 pm
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>>4866
Gedo seemed keen on his loan spell, he could be worth a punt. What on earth is he doing back in Egypt anyway, does he want to be there to watch his homeland consume itself again?
>> No. 4897 Anonymous
9th July 2013
Tuesday 12:32 pm
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>>4866
>Charlie Austin is having his medical tomorrow.
...and he's failed it: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/23238595

Fuck's sakes.
>> No. 4900 Anonymous
9th July 2013
Tuesday 1:42 pm
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>>4844
Let's not be surprised that Brown is a massive tosser, eh? Were any of you lads there for the Man City game where he gave the team talk on the pitch? He'd do owt to get on the telly, as far as I could tell from him it was always his Premiership campaign and never the team's.

Wouldn't surprise me in the slightest if he fell out with Kamel Ghilas over Ramadan, though, he was a petty man.

>>4897
That's a shame. It was his knee wot dun it.

Anyone got any clues who else we might be going for? @origlambman on Twitter seems to be one of the best sources for City rumours. He's managed to remain anonymous in spite of confirming in the past that he works inside the club which is quite a surprise because normally the scootery types stick out a mile off.
>> No. 4901 Anonymous
9th July 2013
Tuesday 6:27 pm
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>>4897
He'll probably go on and score 20+ goals next season. Then again, I'd rather not have a repeat of the Bullard situation.

Word has it that a number of the top players in the youth team are moving clubs because of the poor facilities. Harry Cardwell has already gone to Reading and don't be surprised if you hear that others leave, too.
>> No. 4912 Anonymous
16th July 2013
Tuesday 10:36 am
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3rd August, Hull will be playing against Dynamo Dresden. When I was living there last year, I was just willing this to happen with my Ossi mates.
There you go! It's on!
>> No. 4913 Anonymous
16th July 2013
Tuesday 11:17 pm
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There's a video on Vice about Egypt after Morsi. It's surreal seeing the odd City shirt in there.

I'm tempted to order a North Ferriby United shirt but the sponsor ruins it, which is a shame as it's the nicest looking kit they've had in about 5 years or so. I might see if they slash the prices around April.
>> No. 4969 Anonymous
14th August 2013
Wednesday 7:15 pm
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Chuffed about Huddlestone, although I'm a bit concerned about his injury history.
>> No. 5034 Anonymous
2nd September 2013
Monday 11:09 pm
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If I wake up tomorrow and find out that Shane Long hasn't signed then I will not be best pleased.
>> No. 5075 Anonymous
23rd September 2013
Monday 10:24 pm
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Level on points with Man Utd. It's easy, this Premiership lark.

Huddlestone for England.
>> No. 5076 Anonymous
25th September 2013
Wednesday 12:25 pm
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>>5075
You go to yesterday's cup tie? https://www.youtube.com/v/JQkQPDiCCWI Ecstatic after that goal, the big Ossi won me some money.
>> No. 5077 Anonymous
25th September 2013
Wednesday 8:55 pm
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>>5075
Huddlestone's making the Premiership look like park football, he's immense.

This just reminded me that I still haven't seen the goals from the Newcastle game.
>> No. 5078 Anonymous
25th September 2013
Wednesday 9:00 pm
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>>5077
>This just reminded me that I still haven't seen the goals from the Newcastle game.

MoTD is on iPlayer - it's about 17 and a half minutes in:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b03bsmyt/Match_of_the_Day_2013_2014_21_09_2013/
>> No. 5079 Anonymous
25th September 2013
Wednesday 9:02 pm
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>>5078
Lad, use a ledge
>> No. 5080 Anonymous
25th September 2013
Wednesday 10:04 pm
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>>4726
>I think I'm more chuffed that North Ferriby have won promotion to the Blue Square North

9 games in and they're 4th, including beating top of the league Hednesford 3 - 0, if they keey this up they could end up in the play-offs. Not bad at all for a village with a population of fewer than 4,000.
>> No. 5081 Anonymous
26th September 2013
Thursday 12:49 am
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MORE IMPORTANTLY, CAMBRIDGE ARE TOP OF THE CONFERENCE.

BOUNCE BOUNCE AMBER ARMY
>> No. 5189 Anonymous
24th November 2013
Sunday 8:38 pm
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It was inevitable that Palace would win yesterday. Fuck knows how many times over the years City have lost against struggling teams, especially when they're on losing/winless streaks.

Only 4 points above the bottom three now and the next few games will be tough.
>> No. 5190 Anonymous
24th November 2013
Sunday 8:49 pm
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>>5189
"Out-and-out goal scorer! We need an out-and-out goal scorer!"
I've heard this every season of my life. Even when Stuart Elliott bagged 27 in a season were people moaning we didn't have a proper striker.

No To Hull Tigers
>> No. 5191 Anonymous
25th November 2013
Monday 10:24 pm
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>>5190

Paid your £2 m8?
>> No. 5193 Anonymous
26th November 2013
Tuesday 11:08 am
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>>5191
I've moved right across the country but I wear my badge every day and my dad got me a scarf and signed me up to the mailing list. Allam can fuck right off, m8.
>> No. 5207 Anonymous
27th November 2013
Wednesday 2:03 pm
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Allam's daughter and son-in-law have taken over North Ferriby. It won't be long before they're rebranded the North Ferriby Pharaohs.
>> No. 5208 Anonymous
27th November 2013
Wednesday 2:49 pm
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>>5207
"North Pharaohby United. In fact, scrap the United." was the joke pottering about Twitter yesterday.
>> No. 5209 Anonymous
1st December 2013
Sunday 2:07 pm
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He's trolling everyone now, including himself.
>> No. 5210 Anonymous
1st December 2013
Sunday 2:27 pm
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Gooooooaaaaaal!

I'm not a Hull fan, but I have no love for Liverpool.
>> No. 5211 Anonymous
1st December 2013
Sunday 2:32 pm
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>>5210

Aww, fucking fuck...
>> No. 5212 Anonymous
1st December 2013
Sunday 2:48 pm
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>>5209
>City till I die
>You can die as soon as you want
I see he's been taking lessons from the Katie Hopkins school of PR.
>> No. 5213 Anonymous
1st December 2013
Sunday 4:53 pm
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3-1 fellow Hullfa.gs! Glory!
>> No. 5214 Anonymous
1st December 2013
Sunday 5:20 pm
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WE ARE HULL CITY, WE DIE WHEN WE WANT.

One of our best ever PL games, and for once an absolutely brilliant atmosphere. If Allam dropped all his bollocks right now I think people would carry him through the streets.
>> No. 5215 Anonymous
1st December 2013
Sunday 10:30 pm
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>>5214
I heard them singing that on the telly! Up until this year I had a season pass in E2 and I've never missed it more than I did today. The atmosphere was amazing.
>> No. 5230 Anonymous
11th December 2013
Wednesday 6:35 pm
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>Hull City have formally applied to the Football Association to change the club's name to Hull Tigers from next season.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/25341248

The FA won't approve it, will they?
>> No. 5281 Anonymous
26th December 2013
Thursday 10:48 am
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All the best for today's game against Manure, Hullchaps.
>> No. 5290 Anonymous
28th December 2013
Saturday 6:22 pm
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Well, what a splendid performance that was today, hullfa.gs!
Bzzzzzzzzzz.
>> No. 5291 Anonymous
28th December 2013
Saturday 10:50 pm
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Boyd's quite a cutie.
>> No. 5292 Anonymous
29th December 2013
Sunday 12:13 am
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>>5291

I'd fuck Bodys too

Oh shi

You said Boyds
>> No. 5293 Anonymous
29th December 2013
Sunday 12:56 am
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>>5292
Please don't here. /y/
>> No. 5294 Anonymous
29th December 2013
Sunday 8:53 pm
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>>5293
Not our fault if you're not entirely comfortable with your sexuality, closetm8.
>> No. 5346 Anonymous
10th January 2014
Friday 9:19 pm
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It's on the official Facebook page that they've reached an agreement with Everton over Jelavic and are now entering talks with him.

He scored twice against QPR in the FA Cup last weekend, so hopefully he's returning to form and doesn't end up being another Danny Graham.
>> No. 5347 Anonymous
14th January 2014
Tuesday 11:06 pm
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>Hull City owner Assem Allam has threatened to walk out on the club if the FA fails to back his plans to change the club's name. Allam wants the club to drop the 'City' from its name and be known as Hull Tigers - a move that has provoked widespread opposition from the club's fans.

>However, Allam is unrepentant and says he will pull his investment out of Hull "within 24 hours" if his plans are blocked. "No-one on earth is allowed to question my business decisions - I won't allow it," he told Sky Sports News. "And I'll give you my CV to give you comfort and show you what I have achieved. I'm here to save the club and manage the club for the benefit of the community - it will never, ever be the other way around - take it from me."

http://www1.skysports.com/football/news/11714/9115906/premier-league-assem-allam-tells-fans-he-will-go-if-fa-dont-back-hull-tigers-name-change
>> No. 5349 Anonymous
15th January 2014
Wednesday 7:40 pm
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The fee, officially undisclosed, is understood to be £6.5m, rising to £7.5m if they stay in the Premier League.

http://www.theguardian.com/football/2014/jan/15/hull-everton-nikica-jelavic-deal

Last game of the season is against Everton. If a win is needed to stay up and Everton have nothing to play for then expect shenanigans.
>> No. 5416 Anonymous
24th February 2014
Monday 8:51 pm
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Fucking hell, ITV4, why Clark Carlisle?
>> No. 5417 Anonymous
24th February 2014
Monday 8:59 pm
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>>5416
I'm zoning it out. The fans counting down to 19:04 before they start the City Til I Die gave me chills down my spine. Allam's been trying all sorts to stop that, the other game he turned the screen with the clock on off for a minute around the 19th minute and last week he had the clock made tiny so you could barely read it, which I believe is where the countdown came from. Fucking miss the KC.
>> No. 5419 Anonymous
25th February 2014
Tuesday 1:28 pm
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So, who's up for going to the fixture against Sunderland on the 8th? This is a real chance for a hullfa.gs get together, a few drinks pre- and (maybe) post-game with something to eat along the way. A couple of my friends are being arsey about it because they're wanting a day out in Whitby instead. I'd fancy a few in the Blue Bell to start the day.
>> No. 5420 Anonymous
25th February 2014
Tuesday 1:32 pm
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>>5419
Turns out it's now on the 9th and live on telly. Sod that, I want to be there!
>> No. 5443 Anonymous
9th March 2014
Sunday 5:29 pm
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WEMBERLEYYYYYY! WEMBERLEYYYYYY! WE'RE THE FAMOUS HULL CITY AND WE'RE GOING TO WEMBERLEYYYYYY!
>> No. 5444 Anonymous
9th March 2014
Sunday 6:33 pm
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>>5443
>Hull City will play Sheffield United in the FA Cup with Budweiser Semi-Finals.
Lucky bastards.
>> No. 5445 Anonymous
9th March 2014
Sunday 6:48 pm
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If they reach the final and play City is that a guaranteed Europa League spot?
>> No. 5446 Anonymous
9th March 2014
Sunday 6:50 pm
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>>5445
I think so, mate. They won't be playing City, though, it's Arsenal or Wigan.
>> No. 5447 Anonymous
9th March 2014
Sunday 6:56 pm
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>>5446
Whoops. I meant Arsenal. Silly me.
>> No. 5448 Anonymous
9th March 2014
Sunday 7:17 pm
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Very, very happy we beat Man Shitty, but we haven't got chance against Arsenal.
>> No. 5449 Anonymous
9th March 2014
Sunday 7:23 pm
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>>5448
Have a little faith, Wiganlad. At least imagine watching yourself lose to the mighty Tigers in the final.
>> No. 5450 Anonymous
9th March 2014
Sunday 7:25 pm
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>>5447
So Gunners v Blades final then?
>> No. 5451 Anonymous
9th March 2014
Sunday 8:15 pm
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>>5449

I wouldn't mind losing to the Tigers in the final, I'm just a bit wary of Arsenal - hope they put out a shit reserves team. See you in the final!
>> No. 5517 Anonymous
6th April 2014
Sunday 4:14 pm
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>>5448
The way Arsenal are playing I'd be surprised if they could beat Sheffield United, never mind Wigan or Hull.
>> No. 5518 Anonymous
6th April 2014
Sunday 6:01 pm
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>>5451
I can't imagine anyone putting out a shit reserves team in an FA Cup semi-final, even the likes of the top teams aren't that overconfident. You'll be in for a run against Arsenal but owt can happen in the cup!

I'll be watching City and Blades in a pub in Sheffield as I'm over there for an ice hockey tournament, which will be interesting, but luckily I'm nowhere near town so I doubt there'll be many Blades fans about. I'm looking forward to a good cry either way.
>> No. 5519 Anonymous
7th April 2014
Monday 10:30 pm
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Christ, what a sham that poll is.

Worst thing is the media misconstruing it, never mind a 43% "majority", or only 17% of the total potential voters actually backing Allam.

Roll on the FA Council vote on wednesday, they've already acknowledged this vote being less transparent than the one in the Crimea a fortnight ago.

I am disappointed at the turnout, even if 400 "no" votes were rejected and the voters barely notified of this failure.
>> No. 5537 Anonymous
9th April 2014
Wednesday 4:10 pm
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WE'RE KEEPING OUR NAME!
>> No. 5538 Anonymous
9th April 2014
Wednesday 6:07 pm
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>>5519
Given that the vote was just a token and not official at all, and that it was phrased in such a way that it implied the club had the choice of either being Hull Tigers or being bankrupt, I didn't even bother casting my vote.

>>5537
We fucking are. I want to see what the daft auld cunt has to say about it before I go running down the street, though.
>> No. 5548 Anonymous
10th April 2014
Thursday 6:56 am
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>>5538
On the radio yesterday they said Allam is going to appeal the decision, but the FA have said it's not possible to.
>> No. 5551 Anonymous
10th April 2014
Thursday 10:35 am
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>>5548
Yes and no. The FA Council decision is final, so any appeal would go through the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
>> No. 5564 Anonymous
12th April 2014
Saturday 12:13 pm
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Laticslad here, will be downing my sorrows later. Not very confident against Arsenal, but who knows stranger things have happened.
>> No. 5565 Anonymous
12th April 2014
Saturday 7:53 pm
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Oh well, it's not like we played that well. Good luck against the Blades and Arse, Hullchaps.
>> No. 5566 Anonymous
12th April 2014
Saturday 7:55 pm
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If Arsenal play like that in the final then they won't win. Wigan deserved that, even if neither side was at the races.
>> No. 5567 Anonymous
12th April 2014
Saturday 7:58 pm
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>>5565
Arsenal shouldn't have to go to penalties at all. You can tell the fans are against Wenger, he was straight down the tunnel at the end. I used to think Wenger was great but he really needs to go now, he's not even planning on getting any new players in over summer which is ridiculous.
>> No. 5568 Anonymous
12th April 2014
Saturday 8:34 pm
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Christ, I was shitting it watching that. I'll be a wreck tomorrow.

Got my corned beef and HP sauce sandwiches wrapped up. No booze on Tiger Travel like.
>> No. 5569 Anonymous
12th April 2014
Saturday 9:53 pm
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>>5566
What did they do to deserve it? They did fuck all, really.

Arsenal were shit but what did Wigan actually do?
>> No. 5570 Anonymous
12th April 2014
Saturday 10:16 pm
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>>5569
Because I wanted them to win, basically.
>> No. 5571 Anonymous
13th April 2014
Sunday 11:05 am
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I got free tickets to see the game today. I'm not much of a football fan but will it be worth going anyway?
>> No. 5572 Anonymous
13th April 2014
Sunday 11:54 am
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>>5571
I can't speak to the event itself, but don't think about whether anyone you know would rather go instead because the chances are they won't be able to use your ticket.
>> No. 5575 Anonymous
13th April 2014
Sunday 6:32 pm
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Well done, Hullchaps.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/26908665
>> No. 5576 Anonymous
13th April 2014
Sunday 7:03 pm
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>>5575
Up the Arse!
>> No. 5579 Anonymous
14th April 2014
Monday 1:57 am
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Finally back in Hull, what a ding-dong of a day. Shattered in every sense of the word.
>> No. 5581 Anonymous
17th April 2014
Thursday 7:18 am
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>If the FA Cup winners finish in the top four, their UEFA Europa League place goes to the runners-up. However, if the FA Cup winners finish outside the top four, their UEFA Europa League place goes to the next-highest ranked team in the Barclays Premier League (nominally the seventh-placed team).

Thank you Crystal Pulis. Not that it's needed for Arsenal to finish fourth, mind.
>> No. 5582 Anonymous
17th April 2014
Thursday 8:35 am
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>>5581
You're welcome. I'm buzzing right now. If you put Pulis in front of me now, he'd probably end up getting a restraining order on me...

feels good to be a Palace fan
>> No. 5584 Anonymous
19th April 2014
Saturday 5:11 pm
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>>5582
Pulis should win manager of the season. I'd happily have him at England when Woy gets the boot.
>> No. 5587 Anonymous
21st April 2014
Monday 9:32 pm
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>>5584

Not many fans would want a Welshman as the England manager.
>> No. 5588 Anonymous
21st April 2014
Monday 9:34 pm
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>>5587
I don't think anyone would really care.
>> No. 5589 Anonymous
21st April 2014
Monday 9:42 pm
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>>5588

Apart from the Welsh.
>> No. 5590 Anonymous
21st April 2014
Monday 9:48 pm
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>>5589
What? Why on Earth would they care?
>> No. 5591 Anonymous
21st April 2014
Monday 10:02 pm
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>>5587
But Tony Pulis is one hell of a bloke, he used to manage Stoke.
>> No. 5602 Anonymous
2nd May 2014
Friday 7:50 am
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10 years ago yesterday, lads.

https://www.youtube.com/v/UyiVbJ-LJLM
>> No. 5606 Anonymous
3rd May 2014
Saturday 9:15 pm
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>>5591
Maybe one day, he'll manage Newport County.
>> No. 5657 Anonymous
13th May 2014
Tuesday 8:44 pm
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>> No. 5658 Anonymous
14th May 2014
Wednesday 12:33 am
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>>5657
Nice bit of journoshit there. I particularly like how they first report it as if it's been planned as a matter of fact, and then extensively quote the statement containing a few dozen
>if the parade goes ahead

We're talking about London here, where you can't so much as fart without getting a ticket. They can't just lay on a victory parade - s.11 POA makes it clear that the police are entitled to demand advance notice, and after the embarrassment of Critical Mass the Met are understandably insistent on enforcing it. I daresay that Hull probably aren't going to wait a week after winning before staging a parade so have probably drawn up plans with the council and the police in the unlikely event of them winning too.
>> No. 5677 Anonymous
17th May 2014
Saturday 2:21 pm
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All the best agains Arse today, Hullchaps.

Sincerely,
Wiganlad
>> No. 5678 Anonymous
17th May 2014
Saturday 3:01 pm
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Godspeed Hull. Smash those cunts. Let Huddlestone smash one into the net.


COYSlad.
>> No. 5679 Anonymous
17th May 2014
Saturday 3:16 pm
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I predict 2 - 1 to Arse. Their form has picked up over the past month or so while Hull's has tailed off, plus Ramsey's back. Although the 3 - 0 win was actually a lot closer than the scoreline suggests.
>> No. 5680 Anonymous
17th May 2014
Saturday 5:09 pm
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FUCKING HELL.
>> No. 5681 Anonymous
17th May 2014
Saturday 5:13 pm
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YESSSSSSSS HULL YESSSSSSSSSSS.
>> No. 5682 Anonymous
17th May 2014
Saturday 5:52 pm
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They need to cut the fouls out. Arsenal weren't in it until the free kick.
>> No. 5683 Anonymous
17th May 2014
Saturday 6:58 pm
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4 penalties missed.
>> No. 5684 Anonymous
17th May 2014
Saturday 7:17 pm
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Hull are living very dangerously. Shocker from the refs; moving the ball forward for Hull's second goal, Fryatt stopped from being one-on-one with Fabianski, giving a corner for Arsenal's equaliser when it should have been a goal-kick and fuck knows how many penalties.
>> No. 5685 Anonymous
17th May 2014
Saturday 7:21 pm
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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARSE
>> No. 5686 Anonymous
17th May 2014
Saturday 7:28 pm
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FUCK ME.
>> No. 5687 Anonymous
17th May 2014
Saturday 9:01 pm
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It reminded me of when Hull went 2 - 0 up against Man Utd earlier in the season; they scored too early and ended up shitting the bed, but they weren't on the backfoot until Bruce gave away that free-kick unnecessarily. I think bringing on Sanogo is what swung it for Arsenal.
>> No. 5688 Anonymous
17th May 2014
Saturday 11:14 pm
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9 yards? Cheeky fucking scrotes.
>> No. 5689 Anonymous
18th May 2014
Sunday 1:05 am
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>>4724
thanks a fucking lot Hulllads, now Arsenal fans will be getting on my tits for the next month...

Good effort though. Unlucky.
>> No. 5698 Anonymous
19th May 2014
Monday 12:21 pm
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Best day of my life, lads. Don't even mind that much we didn't win, I've seen City play at Wembley in an FA Cup final. Would never have believed that ten years ago.

How the fuck is Curtis Davies not in the England squad?
>> No. 5708 Anonymous
27th May 2014
Tuesday 1:03 pm
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>Notorious inmate Charles Bronson coated himself in Lurpak butter and attacked a dozen officers at an East Yorkshire prison – because Arsenal beat Hull City in the FA Cup final.

http://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/Charles-Bronson-went-rampage-Arsenal-beat-Hull/story-21146978-detail/story.html

I can't afford Lurpak.
>> No. 5709 Anonymous
27th May 2014
Tuesday 2:50 pm
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>>5708
I fucking love Bronson.
>> No. 5710 Anonymous
27th May 2014
Tuesday 3:35 pm
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>>5709
Whenever I see someone mention Bronson I always think of Round the Twist.
>> No. 5711 Anonymous
27th May 2014
Tuesday 4:54 pm
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>>5709

The number of years he has spent in prison as a Cat A is shameful. He has never even killed anyone, he is just a bit unhinged and likes a scrap. If that deserves life without parole, lock up John Prescott.
>> No. 5712 Anonymous
27th May 2014
Tuesday 4:56 pm
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>>5711
How many tubs of Lurpak do you think you'd need to grease up Prezza?
>> No. 5713 Anonymous
27th May 2014
Tuesday 5:27 pm
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>>5709

61 years old and it took 12 riot police to subdue him.

>>5712

We'd need to hit Costco, I reckon. Tesco isn't going to stock anything that big.
>> No. 5985 Anonymous
1st July 2014
Tuesday 1:50 pm
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Livermore, Snodgrass and now Tom Ince (who turned down Inter to stay in England), this summer is shaping up nicely.
>> No. 6071 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 6:29 pm
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>>5985
Ince fully signed up now, just the fee needs agreeing upon. The naysayers who seem to dislike him not moving to Inter, ostensibly to be a benchwarmer, stretching his legs intermittently at the 65:00 mark, don't seem to understand that if he wants first team English football in order to at least have a good shout for the national side he's best being here in the Prem getting regular first team starts. Him and Snodgrass are good replacements for the likes of Koren.

Also: good on Brucey signing him for 2 seasons, if he flops in this time, we'll certainly know about it and not be laden down with a dud.
>> No. 6073 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 7:03 pm
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>>6071
>just the fee needs agreeing upon

I read that it won't be more than Chelsea paid for Sturridge and the loan fee Palace paid will be knocked off that.
>> No. 6075 Anonymous
9th July 2014
Wednesday 8:47 pm
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>>6071
As a Palace fan, don't get too hopeful with Ince (and his entourage). Not until he's gotten himself down the gym for a while, at least. He has potential but is very lightweight.
>> No. 6078 Anonymous
10th July 2014
Thursday 7:55 am
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>>6075
Hence the 2 year contract, a loan period might have been another sensible option for him to remove most of the liability if he actually fails to develop at all.
>> No. 6135 Anonymous
18th July 2014
Friday 1:22 pm
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I quite like the goalie kit. I think the away kit is meant to be all black.
>> No. 6180 Anonymous
30th July 2014
Wednesday 8:05 pm
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The European adventure starts tomorrow. It's a shame Channel Five don't have the rights or it would have been on the telly.
>> No. 6181 Anonymous
30th July 2014
Wednesday 8:09 pm
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>>6135
Fucking stole our kit.
>> No. 6182 Anonymous
30th July 2014
Wednesday 8:30 pm
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>>6181
I think only Wolves had black and amber stripes before Hull.
>> No. 6183 Anonymous
30th July 2014
Wednesday 9:01 pm
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>>6182
Cambridge Fucking United are very angry with you lads.

BOUNCE BOUNCE AMBER ARMY BOUNCE BOUNCE AMBER ARMY.
>> No. 6184 Anonymous
30th July 2014
Wednesday 9:35 pm
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>>6183
Hull first had black and amber stripes in 1904, Cambridge first had them in 1926.
>> No. 6185 Anonymous
30th July 2014
Wednesday 9:54 pm
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>>6183
Cambrdige Fucking United? Lad I think you'll find I'm a one man squad on that front, where do you think orgasm bridge gets its name from?
>> No. 6186 Anonymous
30th July 2014
Wednesday 10:00 pm
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>>6184
Alright lad, calm down.
>> No. 6187 Anonymous
31st July 2014
Thursday 8:29 pm
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0 - 0 and it sounds like the Slovaks were the better side.

https://vine.co/v/MEDmQIK1npT
>> No. 6195 Anonymous
6th August 2014
Wednesday 5:33 pm
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So, who's off to the home tie?
>> No. 6196 Anonymous
6th August 2014
Wednesday 5:56 pm
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>>6195
Is it on the telly?
>> No. 6197 Anonymous
7th August 2014
Thursday 11:11 pm
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Play-off draw is tomorrow. We have a worse club coefficient than Sheriff of Moldova but are ranked higher than Torino and Feyenoord, which seems mental to me.
>> No. 6198 Anonymous
7th August 2014
Thursday 11:51 pm
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Bloody hell, that was tense. We looked off the pace still, we've have 4 friendlies or so so I'm slightly concerned.

North stand was a good atmosphere for our first time in there. Trenčín brought about 50, of which half are probably expats. Gave them all a clap and chanted Trenčín with them at the end, nice bunch of Slovaks.
>> No. 6199 Anonymous
8th August 2014
Friday 2:07 pm
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>>6197
It'll be because the PL has a high league coefficient.
>> No. 6200 Anonymous
8th August 2014
Friday 6:08 pm
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>>6199
I know, but it still seems crackers. Had a quick read up of Sheriff, they are owned by Sheriff Security Company and are linked to the Moldovan mafia, which is probably why they've won the league 13 out of the past 14 seasons.

I had a feeling it would be a Dutch or Belgian club in the draw. P&O are gonna make a killing on the Hull - Zeebrugge ferries.
>> No. 6201 Anonymous
8th August 2014
Friday 7:51 pm
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>>6200

I love how ordinary people can be coaxed into doing mathematics by football. Towards the end of the season, TalkSport seems to turn into a combinatorics tutorial as people scrabble to find the particular set of results that would see their team win the league/get promoted/avoid relegation.
>> No. 6202 Anonymous
10th August 2014
Sunday 12:15 pm
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Oxley's off to a good start on loan at Hibs.

https://www.youtube.com/v/fJ4o4_c-ODE
>> No. 6204 Anonymous
10th August 2014
Sunday 12:58 pm
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Great goal from Josh Coulson to smash Plymouth Argyle yesterday, back in the league and with our first win under our belts.

YELLOW AND BLACK ARMY.
>> No. 6205 Anonymous
13th August 2014
Wednesday 1:06 pm
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£12.5million accepted for Long, not bad after signing him for £6.5million in January although I've no idea who could replace him.
>> No. 6206 Anonymous
14th August 2014
Thursday 1:16 am
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>>6205
Once upon a time you could only get 12.5m if someone had heard of you before.
>> No. 6207 Anonymous
14th August 2014
Thursday 2:40 pm
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>>6205
Apparently Danny Welbeck. Fancy that. Starting to feel like a proper Premiership side now.

Anyone off to Belgium?
>> No. 6208 Anonymous
14th August 2014
Thursday 6:04 pm
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>>6207

Got at absolute solid ballache of a problem now.

Got 2 tickets in the pre-sale today to people who went to Trencin, however my dad's just come back off his holiday an hour ago and wants to go. He thinks this second ticket is for him, whilst my best mate thinks it's for him. There will be an absolute scrum for the 500 or so remaining tomorrow, in fact people are queueing at the KC now.

And this is before the nightmare of getting anywhere near Lokoren.
>> No. 6209 Anonymous
14th August 2014
Thursday 7:14 pm
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>>6208
>And this is before the nightmare of getting anywhere near Lokoren.
The far end should be easy. Lokeren is halfway between Antwerp and Ghent, which are about 30 miles apart and each about the same from Brussels.
>> No. 6210 Anonymous
14th August 2014
Thursday 7:38 pm
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>>6209
Got it on very good authority (and was told I'm not to tell anyone) that the club are in talks with Acklams of Beverley about sorting a coach trip there for about £70. They're just keeping it under wraps at the minute because they haven't completely confirmed it and they don't want people knowing as they want people to carry on paying for the charter flight there at £300 a pop instead of waiting for coach tickets instead, which I think is fucking diabolical so I'm telling you lot and having a fucking whinge there cuz.
>> No. 6211 Anonymous
15th August 2014
Friday 12:28 pm
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Tickets sorted now for 3, getting there is in the air

Hull to london, stay the night, Eurostar to Brussels, Brussels to Ghent, Check in at hotel, Ghent to Lokeren. Mate's not 100% on it.

Or a £70 minibus, drive to Dover, Calais to Lokeren. Dad doesn't want to do that though.
>> No. 6232 Anonymous
16th August 2014
Saturday 4:57 pm
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>>4901
>He'll probably go on and score 20+ goals next season.

Bottled it today, though.
>> No. 6233 Anonymous
16th August 2014
Saturday 5:02 pm
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>>6210
Why would you fly? Driving to Belgium is a piece of piss.
>> No. 6256 Anonymous
22nd August 2014
Friday 11:35 pm
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Got home about an hour ago.

Christ, what a weird few days in a weird town in a weird country.

I've been to some rough games, but being kettled for half an hour, before being led down a route the police hadn't even secured into a trap is something else.

Didn't let it spoil the rest of the trip though, even if the game was a bit shite. Same as last round, we need a win at home basically.
>> No. 6272 Anonymous
28th August 2014
Thursday 10:24 pm
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Well the dream is over ;_;

Not enough heart, I know Bruce wanted to play the weakest team that might reap a result, but I think he could have pushed it a bit more, especially in the first leg.
>> No. 6273 Anonymous
31st August 2014
Sunday 10:43 am
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I heard that Burnley are offering £3million for Boyd. Snap their bloody hands off. Although, it best not be put towards Tom Cleverley.
>> No. 6532 Anonymous
26th December 2014
Friday 3:33 pm
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They've renamed the City Facebook page as 'Hull Tigers'. It's nice to know Allam's still mad.

In other news, relegation seems a formality.
>> No. 6533 Anonymous
26th December 2014
Friday 7:20 pm
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>>6532
>In other news, relegation seems a formality.

It can't possibly be as bad as the shite I just watched at Selhurst today...
>> No. 6534 Anonymous
27th December 2014
Saturday 3:17 am
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>>6532
What is the whole kerfuffle over Hull's name? Was it an attempt to.make it more attractive to the slitty eyed market?
>> No. 6535 Anonymous
27th December 2014
Saturday 4:04 pm
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>>6534

Twice now I've had my lengthy post eaten up by a duplicate image warning, fuck's sake.

Essentially, it's an argument between Allam and Hull City Council over them not giving/cheaply selling the KC Stadium to him on the promise he'd develop the public park around it into a Sports Complex with hotels and the usual development shit. The marketing line is a smokescreen, and a pisspoor one at that since there's no evidence it would make us more noteable, other than being laughing stocks.

Hull City is a very dirty phrase to him, his last barmy interview had him say "Hull City, and by that I mean the team not the council" when there was no mention of them.

So yeah, the division he's trying to cause between those of us who actually give a fuck and the "it's his club, he can do what he wants" cunt-urchins is taking a massive shite on what should be the most impressive years in our barren history.

The FA already said "No" last season, and yet he persists in throwing his toys out of the pram.
>> No. 6536 Anonymous
27th December 2014
Saturday 11:14 pm
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>>6535
I think I got a tear in my eye the first time the cunts you described actually booed at the city til I die chant at 19:04.
>> No. 6537 Anonymous
27th December 2014
Saturday 11:23 pm
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>>6535
>The FA already said "No" last season, and yet he persists in throwing his toys out of the pram.
To be honest, I'd like to know where the FA thought they were getting off telling the owner of a club what he can and cannot call one of his own assets.
>> No. 6538 Anonymous
28th December 2014
Sunday 12:52 am
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>>6537
Because the FA run the League, there's nothing stopping him changing the name of the football club but he'll have to put up with not being a member of the league pyramid (or at least starting at the very bottom). Same way as people have threatened to leave FIFA because of the corruption scandal and establish a parallel organisation.

The league pyramid isn't run by agreement between all the clusb in it, it's run by the FA.
>> No. 6539 Anonymous
28th December 2014
Sunday 1:17 am
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>>6538
>there's nothing stopping him changing the name of the football club but he'll have to put up with not being a member of the league pyramid (or at least starting at the very bottom)
Do you have a source for that? Last time I checked, merely changing the name of a company doesn't require disbanding and reforming it.
>> No. 6540 Anonymous
28th December 2014
Sunday 1:45 am
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From the FA handbook.

Again, if he doesn't like the fact that they won't let him change it then he has to start from scratch.

The company is not the same as the club in any case. Man United is owned by Manchester United plc. They could switch to Arsepissers plc if they wanted, couldn't change the registered clubs name.
>> No. 6541 Anonymous
28th December 2014
Sunday 2:46 am
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>>6540
>The company is not the same as the club in any case.
While I take your point about the registered playing name, this is manifestly false. The club is the company, and vice versa. This is why, for instance, the reformed Rangers needed to seek re-election to the SPL (as you may recall, they didn't get it) because while they intended to register "Rangers" as their playing name, Rangers International Football Club plc was not the same club as The Rangers Football Club plc. These companies will be registered with CH with a business type along the lines of "sporting society" (or whatever their exact form of words is).
>> No. 6542 Anonymous
28th December 2014
Sunday 3:03 am
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>>6535
It could be worse. Think yourself lucky that your Bond villain hasn't changed the club colours. That said, part of me wonders if "We're Swansea City, we'll always be white" is technically a little bit racist.
>> No. 6543 Anonymous
28th December 2014
Sunday 3:04 am
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>>6541
I understand what you're saying, I may have just worded what I said wrong. I know New Rangers isn't the same as Old Rangers, either in terms of club or company, though it's the spiritual successor.
>> No. 6544 Anonymous
28th December 2014
Sunday 5:37 am
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>>6543

They are, or perhaps were, the most decorated club in the world in terms of league titles. It had never occured to me until now, but do they get to keep that title or do they start again at 0 because it is technically a new club?
>> No. 6545 Anonymous
28th December 2014
Sunday 10:46 am
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>>6544
I think they can apply to get their history back, like when AFC Wimbledon got Wimbledon's 1988 FA Cup title.
>> No. 6546 Anonymous
28th December 2014
Sunday 2:13 pm
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>>6545
They did? That's rather odd considering one of the requirements of moving a club from A to B, ie. Wimbledon to Milton Keynes, is that the club's history, traditions, etc. are preserved so that it's essentially the same club somewhere else. The FA didn't like it but they had to accept the tribunals decision.

That can never be allowed to happen again.
>> No. 6547 Anonymous
28th December 2014
Sunday 2:22 pm
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I didn't follow the Rangers debacle nearly as closely as I should have done. Looking at Wikipedia, Rangers Football Club plc went into administration for a variety of reasons, were liquidated and the assets and structure sold to Sevco Scotland Ltd. This is where the 'new club vs. old club' thing comes in, as most players decided to shift their contracts to the 'new club' but others didn't, ie. Steven Naismith and Steven Whittaker (and another Steven, oddly), and thus became free agents. The SPL voted not to allow new Rangers to re-enter the Premier League, thus their eventual entry into the SFL's third division.

Apparently their 'assets, business and history' were sold to the new company. Selling history, dear oh dear.
>> No. 6548 Anonymous
28th December 2014
Sunday 5:19 pm
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>>6546
MK Dons gave up the rights to the silverware and history of Wimbledon FC to Merton Council a couple of years after they got fed up of everyone calling them cunts. I'm sure it's only in the past year or two that AFC Wimbledon have been granted permission to count Wimbledon FC's history as their own.
>> No. 6549 Anonymous
29th December 2014
Monday 1:35 am
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The best thing to come out of the MK Dons and AFC Wimbledon thing is some daft lad from Milton Keynes tweeting "OH THIS'LL BE A LAUGH, RT THIS IS YOU REALLY THINK AFC WIMBLEDON ARE THE TRUE DONS (stream of crying laughing emoji)" and it getting retweeted by thousands of people, including Gary Lineker.

This seems like a good place to brag about having got half price drinks in a pub in Sheffield last week just for having my No To Hull Tigers badge on my jacket (as I always do).
>> No. 6550 Anonymous
29th December 2014
Monday 12:29 pm
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>>6549
>half price drinks in a pub in Sheffield last week just for having my No To Hull Tigers badge on my jacket
I probably wouldn't drink anywhere that gouged that badly.
>> No. 6636 Anonymous
31st January 2015
Saturday 5:15 pm
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Are we going down, lads? Shocking.

Stayed behind to watch the u21's, at least they smashed in Mansfield. Saw Jake Humphrey, Jermaine Jenas and Steve McManaman doing their post-show stuff for BT Sport.
>> No. 6637 Anonymous
31st January 2015
Saturday 5:38 pm
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>>6636
Yep. Going down with QPR and Leicester.
>> No. 6638 Anonymous
1st February 2015
Sunday 2:55 am
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>>6636
To be completely honest, I don't even mind if we do go down. I can't stand Premiership football. Elmohamady's handball goal today and his play-acting total shock when it was disallowed made me fucking ashamed to be a City fan, but that's about as Premier League as it gets. The Championship is my favourite league in the world, the perfect balance of footballing talent and old-fashioned attitude, it manages to produce amazing matches with practically no fucking about rolling on the floor pretending your hurt or chasing referees around with tears rolling down their cheeks about minor decisions.

That and I can see Bolton's football ground from my bedroom window at the minute so it would be nice to roll out of bed at 2pm and go watch City play an away game. Along with all of the other northwest teams we'd be playing if we went down. Fuck paying upwards of £40 for an away ticket, 'n'all.
>> No. 6639 Anonymous
1st February 2015
Sunday 4:48 am
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>>6638

Aye, to be honest I'm of the same opinion. More games, more local away games that aren't a £150 day out, and it's as tight a league as you can get.

Not to mention relegation would be the chemotherapy to the cancer that is Allam's name change plan.
>> No. 6640 Anonymous
3rd February 2015
Tuesday 9:08 am
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>>6639
I'd put in a transfer request if someone did that for me.
>> No. 6641 Anonymous
3rd February 2015
Tuesday 1:27 pm
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>>6640
Curtis Davies, can we be best friends?
No way, you spastic, you're a mentalist!
>> No. 6644 Anonymous
4th February 2015
Wednesday 1:22 am
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>>6641
Have a fucking word with yourself
>> No. 6747 Anonymous
24th February 2015
Tuesday 1:08 pm
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Anyone going to the Leicester away game about 3 weeks hence? Should definitely be an interesting one. As it would be my first actual stop-off in Leicester I would really like to know whether or not there are any recommended deli's or eateries other than your bog standard Wetherspoons or similar? As I understand the place to be more enriched than others, I am expecting a good variety of quality food.
>> No. 6748 Anonymous
24th February 2015
Tuesday 1:13 pm
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>>6747
>more enriched
NOT QUITE CITY OF CULTURE, THOUGH, ARE THEY
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>> No. 6810 Anonymous
13th March 2015
Friday 7:46 pm
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>>6747
Posting this one again.

So, anyone off tomorrow down to Leicester to hopefully revel in Nigel Pearson being thoroughly embarrassed?
>> No. 6811 Anonymous
13th March 2015
Friday 10:46 pm
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>>6810

Aye mate.

Fuck Allam for trying to kick all the local, community teams out of the Arena so he can put a 3G in it. "Man of the community"? My fucking arse. What a precious little baby he is.
>> No. 6812 Anonymous
14th March 2015
Saturday 7:17 am
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>>6811
I thought that was the council from when they're not busy trying to close charities feeding the homeless?
>> No. 6813 Anonymous
14th March 2015
Saturday 12:48 pm
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>>6812
What's that a reference to?
>> No. 6817 Anonymous
16th March 2015
Monday 4:53 pm
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It's a smug day to be a City fan, boys. Let's be smug.
>> No. 6818 Anonymous
16th March 2015
Monday 4:58 pm
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>>6813
>A HOMELESS charity is being threatened with prosecution if it continues to serve hot food to homeless people.
>Hull City Council's environmental health officials have contacted Hull Homeless Outreach to say they are breaching food hygiene regulations by serving the food at St Mary's Church in Lowgate.
http://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/8216-Stop-feeding-homeless-hot-food-8217-s/story-26163154-detail/story.html
>> No. 6819 Anonymous
16th March 2015
Monday 5:40 pm
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>>6817
The Allams are well within their rights to re-apply for a name change for or during next season though. If they had any sense, they'd drop this nonsense once and for all.
>> No. 6820 Anonymous
16th March 2015
Monday 5:51 pm
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>>6818
I can't believe someone actually complained to the council about them doing it.
>> No. 6824 Anonymous
16th March 2015
Monday 8:28 pm
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>>6819

Despite the FA report saying they would have to apply again, the club are trying to frame it as if the original "No" decision was put aside and there is no need to resubmit, since Allam has said he won't apply again.

And Assem Allam is a man of his word, y'know?
>> No. 6825 Anonymous
16th March 2015
Monday 8:46 pm
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>>6824
That may have something to do with the tribunal having actually set aside the decision.
>> No. 6826 Anonymous
16th March 2015
Monday 9:42 pm
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>>6825

They did, this is true. However they would have to apply again to the FA Council if they wanted a chance of being called Hull Tigers. And Mr. Allam has said he wouldn't apply again.

I don't even know why I'm bothered by the semantics when it's so obvious how he's not the man of community and integrity he proclaims to be.

Apparently one of the FA Council members (not the particular panel, the full 92 voting members) saying the fans should have the choice biased the decision. That FA Council member is also the head of the Football Supporters Federation, so of fucking course he's going to be of that opinion.

For me, reading the report, they've absolutely slated the club for being the bunch of vindicative cunts they are. I'd hope they don't wobble and the message is "sure you've found a loophole, but there are fundamental reasons this will be rejected again".
>> No. 6827 Anonymous
16th March 2015
Monday 11:07 pm
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>(not the particular panel, the full 92 voting members)
Except he was on the particular panel that made the decision.

>That FA Council member is also the head of the Football Supporters Federation, so of fucking course he's going to be of that opinion.
Yes, out in the real world that's called a conflict of interests. The FA got its officials to work out a policy regarding how to handle a change of name. The head of the FSF disregarded this and instead argued for the interests of supporters. Noble, but wrong.

While Allam has said he won't be applying again, he doesn't need to. The decision has been set aside, so the FA needs to look at it again, and maybe select the panel a bit more carefully this time.
>> No. 6864 Anonymous
29th March 2015
Sunday 4:54 pm
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Wahey.
>> No. 6865 Anonymous
29th March 2015
Sunday 5:16 pm
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>>6864
Guwwwoonnnnnnnn Ferriby!
>> No. 6875 Anonymous
14th April 2015
Tuesday 6:45 pm
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- Allam booting local clubs out of Airco, allegedly demanding immediate planning permission for his half-finished blueprints.
- Name change looking certain to get filed for again after Ehab's interview with Burnsy where he demands that he and his dad still believe it is the right thing for the club.
- Season ticket prices up by at least £30, and need to be paid for before the end of the season, no indication as to whether the price will go down if we get relegated.

So, on a scale of 1-10, how embarrassed are you lads to be Hull City fans at the minute?
>> No. 6876 Anonymous
14th April 2015
Tuesday 8:33 pm
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>>6875

I'm absolutely brassed off like never before. David Lloyd has nothing on the cunt.

I've been a season ticket holder since I was a sprog in '96/97. This was my last season as an 18-22 so I'm going up to full price. The deadline for renewals is before we know which division we are in and what name it will be under.

The name change shite has been filed again too, a letter of intent anyway. Apparently Allam is going to make the exact same submission again, despite the FA even being polite enough to tell him it was a crock of shit, with no business case for a change put forward at all.

And yeah, apparently the "compromise" Allam was going to take over the Airco, with putting a "bubble pitch" on the hockey pitch, involved him seeking plain illegal agreements and money that the council could not agree to. Basically he's trying to make it look like they are at fault.

http://www.hullcc.gov.uk/portal/page?_pageid=221,674011&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL&p_id=5860&p_month=Apr-15&p_page_number=1&content=pressrelease
>> No. 6877 Anonymous
16th April 2015
Thursday 3:44 pm
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Hull City Council in "actually growing a pair of balls" shocker.
>> No. 6878 Anonymous
16th April 2015
Thursday 11:15 pm
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>>6877
That's not backbone, that's a council being cunts over planning, as always. Though I daresay on this occasion it couldn't have happened to a nicer bloke, but don't mistake petty small-mindedness for honourable resistance. This is the same sort of thing which has Swansea's swish air-conditioned bendy buses going to the university all summer instead of down the seaside.
>> No. 6883 Anonymous
26th April 2015
Sunday 8:58 am
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RIP, Ferriby.

http://www.itv.com/news/calendar/update/2015-04-26/uncertain-future-for-north-ferriby-utd/
>> No. 6886 Anonymous
28th April 2015
Tuesday 10:43 pm
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ALLEZ ALLEZ ALLEZ OH
CITY AFC

That's 6 bonus points, thoroughly enjoyed both matches.
>> No. 6887 Anonymous
29th April 2015
Wednesday 1:58 pm
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>>6886
BRUCE'S BARMY ARMY

In other Twitter news. Bradley Wiggins helped us win Division 3 in '65-'66, don'tchaknow.
>> No. 6888 Anonymous
29th April 2015
Wednesday 2:02 pm
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Sage for doublepost, blogfa.gs and hullfa.gs, but my dad gave me this and I have it up in my shitty little office to cheer me up.
>> No. 6890 Anonymous
29th April 2015
Wednesday 2:28 pm
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Anyone of you lit considered forming a breakaway club? AFC City of Hull?
>> No. 6891 Anonymous
29th April 2015
Wednesday 2:45 pm
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>>6890
There's already Hull United AFC (https://twitter.com/HullunitedAfc), born entirely out of the malice towards Assem Allam. Quite ironically, they played a friendly against City's reserves and won earlier this year. They've got quite a team behind them, as well, with Curtis Woodhouse doing a fair amount of bankrolling and Ian Ashbee as player-coach. They're handing out free lifetime season passes to anyone that attends their games while they're still in the Humber Premier League, as they clearly anticipate going a lot further. More power to them, I say.

The boys could do with talking to a proper graphics designer, though.
>> No. 6942 Anonymous
9th May 2015
Saturday 7:45 pm
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Just like when Dowie was in charge, it looks like losing to Burnley is going to lead to relegation.
>> No. 6943 Anonymous
9th May 2015
Saturday 8:53 pm
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>>6942
Hull have been really shit this whole season.
>> No. 6945 Anonymous
15th May 2015
Friday 4:08 pm
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Oh Jake. Surprised it's marching powder though, he plays like he's been tranquilised recently.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/hull-city/11608450/Hull-midfielder-Jake-Livermore-tests-positive-for-cocaine.html
>> No. 6946 Anonymous
15th May 2015
Friday 4:23 pm
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>>6945
And the club have confirmed that he's been suspended, meaning that this weekend he won't be wasting valuable space that would be put to better use by Stephen Quinn or even David Meyler with the season he's having.
>> No. 6947 Anonymous
15th May 2015
Friday 6:07 pm
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>> No. 7078 Anonymous
12th July 2015
Sunday 2:23 pm
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Hull City Association Football Club. May it stay that way forever.
>> No. 7079 Anonymous
12th July 2015
Sunday 8:59 pm
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>>7078
Brilliant weekend, wasn't it? Did you see the Allams' statement immediately after the decision?

Rumour mill has Dame N'Doye heading to Besiktas for €3mil, which is a bit below what I would have been expecting.
>> No. 7855 Anonymous
22nd July 2016
Friday 4:36 pm
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Bruce has finally had enough. Three weeks until the start of the new season and there's no new signings and only 12 fit players. No takeover talks until the end of the transfer window. This season has complete shitshow written all over it.
>> No. 8666 Anonymous
3rd August 2018
Friday 8:09 pm
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Championship starts tonight, lads!

UP THE TICS!!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ySY3Z286H24

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