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November 21st

Hull City's coach Leonid Slutsky is expecting a tough, difficult game at Millwall tonight, but say they'll go into the match with confidence.
The Tigers are looking for their first win in five games.

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Hull City head to Millwall later as they look for their first win in four league games.
The Tigers are 20th in the Championship, 4 points off the relegation zone.
 

November 20th

Hull City boss Leonis Slutsky praised goalkeeper Allan McGregor as being one of their best players in every game.
He made a penalty save in the weekend's 2-2 draw with Ipswich.
The Tigers travel to Millwall tomorrow night looking for their first win in five games.

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Hull City boss Leonid Slutsky says there were positives to take from their 2 all draw with Ipswich.
Goals from Jarrod Bowen and Nouha Dicko gave City the lead but an equaliser two minutes from time denied them their first win in 3 games.
 

November 17th

Hull City's  Michael Hector, Ondrej Mazuch and Evandro are all available for selection ahead of tomorrow's home game against Ipswich Town.
Hector missed the defeat at Sheffield United through suspension, while Mazuch and Evandro have overcome injury problems to put themselves back in contention.
The Tigers will be looking to bounce back having lost their last three matches.

November 16th

Hull City boss Leonid Slutsky says midfielder Evandro could return against Ipswich Town on Saturday.
The Brazilian has been sidelined since July after limping out of a pre-season friendly against Bristol Rovers.
Earlier this week, he played in a behind-closed-doors game against Bradford City.
After coming through unscathed - Slutsky says he may now be ready to play 35 minutes in the weekend fixture.

November 15th

It's been revealed Hull City's Moses Odubajo could return to action in the Spring.
The defender's been out since damaging his knee in a pre-season friendly against Grimsby Town in July 2016.
Meanwhile the club's revealed fellow long-term injury victim Will Keane could be a month away from full training.

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Hull City boss Leonid Slutsky says his  squad have worked hard during the international break as they look to stop a three match losing streak.
City return to action against Ipswich Town on Saturday afternoon - looking for their first win in four games

November 13th

Hull City midfielder Evandro has made a return to action after playing for the Tigers in a behind-closed-doors game against Bradford City.
The Brazilian hasn't played since limping out of a pre-season friendly against Bristol Rovers in July.
He played 65 minutes in the fixture earlier today as he steps up his comeback.

November 10th

Hull City's vice chairman has called for an amnesty from fans protesting against the owners during matches.
It comes after some fans threw several thousand balls on the pitch during the Nottingham Forest match angry about the owners.
In a statement on the club's website Ehab Allam wrote he shares "a common ground with the fans protesting - namely Allam Out".
He also says there will be the introduction of concession tickets for matches.

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Hull City's David Marshall played for Scotland in their international friendly against the Netherlands last night. They lost 1-nil.
Other Tigers players on international duty have a busy weekend ahead, with seven games scheduled.

November 9th

Hull City's David Marshall is playing for Scotland in their international friendly against the Netherlands tonight.

November 8th

Hull City young defender Josh Clackstone has joined FC Halifax Town on a month's loan.
The 21-year-old, who had a spell on loan with Notts County last season, made his senior debut for the Tigers in the cup defeat at Doncaster Rovers.

November 7th

Hull City Captain, Michael Dawson, says the senior players aren't performing when they should be helping the young lads on the team.
It follows their 4-1 defeat to Sheffield United at the weekend.
Dawson says he really feels for the young players and remembers how hard it was when he was in their position.

November 6th

Hull City's Michael Dawson has labelled their second half performance on Saturday as unacceptable.
The Tigers lost 4-1 to Sheffield United, their third loss in a week.
Captain Dawson says there were absolutely no positives that they can take from the day.

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Hull City suffered their third defeat in the space of a week.
The Tigers lost 4-1 to Sheffield United on Saturday and are now dangerously close to the relegation zone.

November 3rd

Hull City's Leonid Slutsky says the opening goal will be crucial in tomorrow's Yorkshire derby at Sheffield United.
The Tigers have failed to recover after conceding the first goal in games against Nottingham Forest and Middlesbrough in the past week.

November 2nd

Hull City boss Leonid Slutsky says hard work is the only way to turn around a disappointing week.
The Tigers head to Sheffield United on Saturday having suffered back-to-back home defeats against Nottingham Forest and Middlesbrough.

November 1st

Hull City remain 17th in the Championship following their 3-1 home defeat to Middlesbrough.
Kamil Grosiki gave City a lifeline by pulling a goal back after going 2-nill down.
But Hull's Michael Hector was shown a red card after fouling Ashley Fletcher.
Grant Leadbitter converted the penalty to seal all three points for Boro.

October 31st

Hull City boss Leonid Slutsky says tonight's game against Middlesbrough will be a big test for the squad.
Slutsky's men will be after a win following their defeat against Nottingham Forest at the weekend.

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Hull City will be without Jon Toral for their clash against Middlesbrough tonight.
The midfielder is due to undergo a scan on a hamstring injury sustained at the weekend.
He's expected to be out for up to six weeks.

October 30th

Hull City's Michael Hector says The Tigers are determined to put things right following their 3-2 home defeat to Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
Hector - who scored his first goal for the club at the weekend - says they must bounce back against Middlesbrough tomorrow night.

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Hull City boss Leonid Slutsky says he side didn't take their chances in 3-2 defeat at home to Nottingham Forest.
City trailed 2-0 before Jarrod Bowen reduced the deficit, but a Kieran Dowell penalty saw Forest's two-goal lead restored.
Michael Hector pulled a goal back two minutes from time.

October 27th

Hull City Captain Michael Dawson says there's still more to come from his team this season.
Last Saturday City extended their current unbeaten run to a season’s best three games whilst also recording their first away win in 14 months.
Dawson says his side must continue their good form starting with Nottingham Forest tomorrow.

October 26th

Hull City striker  Fraizer Campbell says the upcoming back to back home games give his side the perfect chance to kick on up the table.
Leonid Slutsky's side have taken seven points from their last three games
Campbell says maintaining form like that will see them close the gap on the teams at the top end of the table.

October 25th

Hull City's Michael Hector says he's  is enjoying partnering Michael Dawson at the heart of the Tigers’ defence.
Hector says is grateful to have the opportunity to learn from an experienced head and it's been helping with his development.

.October 24th

Hull City's Frazier Campbell hopes they can take Saturday's first away win of the season to help dig deep and the get the job done in the future on the road.
Campbell came off the bench to score the only goal of the game against Barnsley - the Tigers first away win in 14 months.

October 23rd

It's been a long-time coming, but Hull City have won away - for the first time in 14 months.
Frazier Campbell came off the bench to score the only goal of the game at Barnsley.
Leonid Slutsky says it's the most important win of the season and he hopes the victory will give the team more confidence playing away.

October 20th

Leonid Slutsky believes a large away following can roar Hull City onto their first away victory of the season.
2,000 fans are expected to make the trip to Barnsley which Slutsky says should be an entertaining and interesting game.

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Hull City's Leonid Slutsky has welcomed Fraizer Campbell back into contention after he missed last weekend's game at Norwich City.
The Tigers travel to Barnsley tomorrow, but they'll be without David Meyler - who serves a one-match ban.
Kevin Stewart replaces Meyler in midfield while Campbell is a striking option for Slutsky.

October 19th

Hull City's head coach Leonid Slutsky expects Kevin Stewart and David Meyler to provide serious competition for each other in the battle for midfield places.
Stewart is the most likely replacement for the suspended Meyler when City travel to Barnsley on Saturday.

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Hull City's Leonid Slutsky expects serious competition between Kevin Stewart and David Meyler to battle it out for midfield places.
Stewart - who's missed most of the first two months of the season due to an ankle injury - is the most likely to replace the suspended Meyler, when they face Barnsley on Saturday.

October 18th

Hull City have revealed plans to create the Tigers Hall of Fame, with its inaugural inductees revealed in February.
The club says it will honour players, coaches and other connected figures in their 113-year existence who have played a part in the club's history.

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Hull City's Leonid Slutsky is delighted members of the squad will be taking part in next summer's World Cup in Russia - his home country.
Kamil Grosicki helped Poland book their place in the tournament and Ola Aina made his first senior appearance for Nigeria.
Slutsky was quick to congratulate the pair when they returned to training last week.
But there could be more Tigers players looking forward to the World Cup, with David Meyler and Seb Larsson both facing play-offs next month.
Meyler with the Republic of Ireland and Larsson with Sweden.

October 17th

Hull City's manager Leonid Slutsky says they must prove their level in the next matches.
A Norwich injury time goal denied the Tigers a long-awaited away win at the weekend.
Slutsky says without the last 5 minutes in games, City would have seven or eight points more and would be in a much higher position.

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Hull City's Nouha Dicko was pleased to score his first goal for the Tigers in Saturday's 1-1 draw against Norwich City. 
But he was left with mixed feelings after the game, saying there were some positives but he was disappointed that they failed to get the three points. 

October 16th

Hull City's Leonid Slutsky says they must respect the referee's decision after David Meyler was sent off for two bookable offences during their 1-1 draw against Norwich City. The Coach says Meyler's frustrated but he's more disappointed in the foul than the ref's decision.

October 13th

Hull City striker Frazier Campbell is 50/50 for tomorrow's game against Norwich City.
The Tigers will also be without defender Stephen Kingsley until November after he had groin surgery earlier this week.
City are looking to make it back to back wins in the Championship following their 6-1 thrashing of Birmingham.
Meanwhile the Tigers have appointed Oleg Yarovinsky as head of club strategy.

October 12th

Hull City's Kevin Stewart says he's fighting hard in training this week to make it into the first team for the Championship match at Norwich.
Stewart made his return to action this week for the Tigers under 23's after an ankle injury left him on the sidelines for seven weeks.
He says he's keen to show everyone what he can do and what he's capable of.

Meanwhile Hull City defender Stephen Kingsley has been ruled out until at least November due to injury.
The clubs confirmed Kingsley had groin surgery earlier this week after picking up the injury against Preston North End.
He's not expected to be available until after November's international break.

October 11th

Hull City's Kevin Stewart was delighted to make his return to action as the Tigers' under-23 side beat Crewe earlier this week.
Stewart played an hour in the 3-1 win - after a seven-week stint on the sidelines with an ankle problem.

Meanwhile Hull City's Max Clark says team-mate  Jarrod Bowen fully deserves all the plaudits he has received after an impressive opening two months of the season.
Bowen has scored seven goals in the first 11 games of the season, a tally that can only be matched by Bristol City’s Bobby Reid and Sheffield Wednesday’s Gary Hooper.

October 10th

Hull City's Max Clark says hopes to play his way into a regular starting spot at the club.
Clark was brought back into the squad following Stephen Kingsley injury against Preston.
The Tigers travel to Norwich on Saturday looking for back to back wins in the Championship.

October 5th

Hull City's Fraizer Campbell says scoring the first goal of their home game win over Birmingham at the weekend meant an awful lot on a personal level.
The 30 year old says it's been a long time since he's celebrated a goal as a Hull City player and was delighted to see the ball hit the back of the net.
He hopes it's the first of many more to come on home soil this season.

October 4th

Hull City's Kamil Grosicki's been named in the EFL Team of the Week after the Tiger's 6-1 win against Birmingham.
The victory also earned Leonid Slutsky Manager of the Week.

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Hull City's David Meyler says they need to build on their 6-1 performance against Birmingham City, to put together a winning run.
He says the Tigers must look to maintain those standards as they haven't been consistent enough recently.

October 3rd

Former Hull City player, Les Mutrie, has died after a long battle with cancer.
The 66 year old still holds the record for scoring in nine consecutive games during the 1981-82 season for the Tigers.

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Hull City's Jared Bowen wants to score as many goals as possible, as he celebrates bagging his seventh goal of the season.
The Tigers beat Birmingham City 6-1 on Saturday.
Bowen retains his place as the Championship's joint-lead goalscorer alongside Bristol City's Bobby Reid.
It comes just three days after the 20 year old signed a new deal with the club.

October 2nd

Hull City's Frazier Campbell has praised the team's collective performance in the 6-1 victory over Birmingham City at the weekend.
The Tigers scored 3 goals in the first 26 minutes with 3 more added in the second half.
The victory ended a frustrating run of five games without a win.

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Hull City boss, Leonid Slutsky, hopes supporters will be happy after they beat Birmingham City 6-1 at the weekend.
He says they tried some different combinations which worked well, leading to a really good performance.

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