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June 15th

Hull City will travel to Sheffield United in the First Round of the Carabao Cup.
The Yorkshire derby will take place in the week commencing August 13th.

June 13th

Hull City boss Nigel Adkins has reassured supporters following concerns about the amount of players leaving the club.
Seb Larsson's followed Allan McGregor, Michael Dawson and Abel Hernandez in leaving the club.
Adkins has posted on social media saying 'we have exciting players and are in the process of building a team to compete in the Championship'.

June 11th

Seb Larsson has left Hull City to join AIK in Sweden.
The Swedish international turned down a new deal with the Tigers after making 40 appearances last season.

June 6th

Hull City will travel to Barnsley next month in a pre-season fixture.
The Tigers will take on the South Yorkshire side on July 28th.

June 5th

Three Hull City players will head to the World Cup this summer.
Kamil Grosicki, Jackson Irvine and Seb Larsson have all been named in their respective countries 23-man squads.

June 4th

Hull City have confirmed that Abel Hernandez will leave the Tigers this summer.
The Uruguyan rejected a new deal, which the club says exceeded what it would normally offer at Championship level

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Abel Hernandez will not be returning to Hull City next season, saying sometimes a fair agreement is not reached.
The striker's taken to social media to thank the fans for his 4 years at the club. He's the fourth senior player to announce his departure from the club.

May 31st

Hull City captain Michael Dawson has left the club to join Nottingham Forest.
It brings an end a four-year stay with the Tigers  in which he made 132 appearances and scored nine goals.

May 29th

Hull City will face Portugese opposition when they head to the Algarve for a pre-season training camp in July.
It's been revealed the Tigers will take on C.S. Maritimo and S.C. Braga as part of preparations for next season.

May 24th

Today marks a decade since Hull City reached football's top flight for the first time in their history.
This day in 2008 thousands of Tigers' fans were at Wembley to see them beat Bristol City 1-0.
Man of the match and goalscorer Dean Windass can't believe it's been 10 years since the victory

May 22nd

Hull City's Adam Curry is eyeing up a place on the first team, as he looks to follow in the foosteps of Jarrod Bowen, Max Clark and Dan Batty.
The 21 year old signed a new one year deal with the club last week and says next season will be especially important for him.
He'll be looking to hit the ground running when the Tigers pre-season training gets underway next month.

May 21st

Hull City have offered new deals to four players who are due to see their contracts with the club expire this summer.
Max Clark, Abel Hernandez, Seb Larsson and Moses Odubajo are currently considering their options.

May 18th

Hull City's Allan McGregor is leaving the club after almost five years.
The 36-year-old goalkeeper's decided to sign for Glasgow Rangers, despite being offered a contract to stay with the Tigers.
He returns to his former side after being a key member of the Hull squad that won promotion back in 2016.

May 17th

Hull City have landed back home after playing a friendly in Kenya. 
The Tigers beat Gor Mahia 4-3 on penalties in front of 60,000 supporters.
Adam Curry says it's been amazing experience and something he'll never forget.

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Hull City Academy have won the East Riding Senior Cup for the first time in 14 years.
Manager Jon Beale says it was great to win some silverware following last night's 2-1 win against Bridlington.

May 16th

Hull City Academy are the winners of the East Riding Senior Cup.
They beat Bridlington Town 2-1 last night.

May 15th

Hull City's Seb Larsson has praised the players coming through the Tigers' youth academy.
Jared Bowen and Max Clark have both featured prominently.
Larsson's called on the pair to replicate their form next season.

May 14th

Hull City beat Kenyan side Gor Mahia 4-3 on penalties in a friendly arranged in conjunction with their shirt sponsor.
60,000 fans packed into the stadium in a match aiming to develop football on the African continent.

May 11th

Hull City set off for Kenya this morning for a friendly against Gor Mahia in Nairobi on Sunday.
Leading scorer Jarrod Bowen is among those travelling. But the squad doesn't include Moses Odubajo.

May 9th

Hull City's Harry Wilson's been voted the PFA Championship Player of the Month for April.
The on-loan winger's scored five goals and one assist, earning him the most votes from fans.

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Jarrod Bowen has picked up Hull City's Players' Player and Supporters' Player of the Year Awards last night following a campaign in which he scored 15 goals.
Goalkeeper Allan McGregor won Player of the Year and Kamil Grosicki won Goal of the Season for his strike against Sheffield United.
Meanwhile David Meyler looks like he could be the next player to be leaving the club, after taking to social media to thank the fans and managers for his time with the Tigers.

May 8th

Hull City finished their Championship campaign with a 1-1 draw at Brentford on Sunday.

May 3rd

Hull City's Angus MacDonald will out for three months after suffering a shoulder injury in last weekend's game against Cardiff City.
He doesn't need surgery but he faces a delayed start to pre-season.

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Hull City striker Adama Diomande is moving to America to play for the Los Angeles Football Club in the Major League.
Since joining the Tigers in 2015 the 28-year-old's scored just 8 goals in 64 matches.

May 2nd

Hull City's Stephen Kingsley says the Tigers are keen to bounce back from last weekend's defeat and end the season on a positive note when they travel to Brentford on Sunday.
He admits there's definitely plenty of room for improvement and he doesn't want to be at the bottom end of the Championship next season.

May 1st

It could be the end of the matchday programme for Hull City after the EFL said they will vote on whether it should be a mandatory requirement.
Clubs have written to the EFL expressing concerns over production costs and declining sales. 
A vote will be held at the EFL's summer meeting in June.

April 30th

Hull City's Head Coach is looking ahead to the future after his side fell to a 2-nil defeat against Cardiff City at the weekend.
The loss marked the end of their home campaign.
Nigel Adkins says it was a disappointing game but then he remembered their job was to stay in the division and that's what they've done.

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Hull City boss Nigel Adkins admits there's a lot of work to do ahead of the Championship campaign next season, as the Tigers lost their final home game of the season.
They lost 2-0 against promotion chasing Cardiff and have also been dealt a blow with a suspected dislocated shoulder for centre back Angus MacDonald. 
If that's the case that would rule him out for the start of next season.

April 26th

Hull City's Nigel Adkins was pleased for Fraizer Campbell after scoring in last weekend's 5-all draw with Bristol City.
The Head Coach has backed the striker to add to his tally of six for the season in their final two games.

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Hull City's Stephen Kingsley says they've got a point to prove when they host second-placed Cardiff - despite the Tigers having secured their Championship status last week.
A 5-5 draw at Bristol City was enough to make sure Hull will be playing football in the second tier next season.

April 25th

Hull City's Jackson Irvine says there won't be any let-up in the Tigers' camp, even though their Championship place is guaranteed.
He's calling for 2 positive performances to finish as high as possible in the league.

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Nigel Adkins says lessons must be learnt from a difficult campaign after Hull City secured their Championship status with 2 games to spare.
He says he wants to put the structure in place so they're in a position where they're knocking on the door of the play-off positions at least next season.

April 24th

Hull City's Nigel Adkins says key lessons must be learned in order for the club to become stronger.
It's after the side had a difficult campaign but managed to secure their Championship status with two games to spare.

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Hull City's Frazier Campbell says securing their Championship status at the weekend was no cause to celebrate.
The Tigers' striker who scored his first goal for 4 months in the 5-5 draw at Bristol City says he thought they'd be pushing up for there promotion at the start of the season.

April 23rd

Hull City's Harry Wilson has been praised by his head coach following another impressive display at the weekend.
Nigel Adkins says he's held talks with Wilson's parent club, Liverpool, over bringing the talented youngster back next season.

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Hull City have secured their Championship status for next season following a crazy 5-5 draw at Bristol City on Saturday.
Boss Nigel Adkins has praised the players for coming back from 4-2 down and wants to build on the momentum in the final 2 games of the season.

April 20th

Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says he has a squad of 24 players to select from for tomorrow's trip to Bristol City.
He says he'll make changes from last week's defeat to Sheffield Wednesday. Michael Dawson is one who will come back in as captain.

April 19th

Hull City defender Brian Lenihan has retired from professional football.
A series of injuries have restricted the right back to just 2 senior appearances since signing in 2014.

April 16th

Hull City's Jon Toral says it was disappointing to end on a flat note after their 1-nil defeat to Sheffield Wednesday at the weekend.
The Tigers had hoped to get a third successive win.

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Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says they failed to produce the quality seen of late in Saturday's 1-0 loss against Sheffield Wednesday.
The Tigers came into the game full of confidence having scored 9 goals and conceded none in their previous 2 matches.
The result leaves City 9 points above the relegation zone with three games remaining.

April 13th

Hull City's Allan McGregor says it'll be a tough Championship game - just like every other game this season - when they face Sheffield Wednesday tomorrow.
He says he's fully focused on helping his side maintain their recent form.
The Tigers have moved further away from the relegation zone and are now in 16th place. 

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Head coach Nigel Adkins says he will again make changes to his side when Hull City host Sheffield Wednesday tomorrow.
This is despite the 5-0 victory at Burton Albion mid-week.
Adkins will wait to make a final decision on his starting 11 to assess the fitness of Jarrod Bowen who's recovering from a foot injury.

April 12th

Hull City's Will Keane says it was an amazing feeling to score during Tuesday's big win against Burton Albion.
He scored the Tigers' fifth goal of the night - the first time he's scored since joining the side in 2016.
Keane's been out with injury for the last 15 months which was a major factor behind the long wait for a goal.

April 11th

Hull City's head coach has praised the mentality of his players after last night's 5-0 victory at Burton Albion.
Nigel Adkins says they looked fresh and organised after he made several changes from the weekend's 4-0 victory against QPR.
The back-to-back victories have left the Tigers 10 points ahead of the Championship's relegation zone.

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Hull City recorded their biggest away win in the league in over a century with a 5-0 victory over Burton Albion last night.
A brace from Kamil Grosicki, along with goals from Harry Wilson, David Meyler and Will Keane, have moved the Tigers 10 points clear of the Championship's relegation zone.
Head coach Nigel Adkins says he's delighted with the way the whole squad is contributing.

April 10th

Hull City's Jackson Irvine says he'll be putting aside sentiment when he faces former team Burton Albion tonight.
He says it'll be nice to return to his former club as it was a massively important period of his career.
But he insists getting the three points will be his only focus.

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Hull City will be hoping to make it four unbeaten tonight when they travel to the Championship's bottom club Burton Albion.
The Tigers are 7 points above the relegation zone after the weekend's 4-0 win over QPR.
Despite the recent good run of form, Michael Dawson says there's still room for improvement in terms of their overall performance.

April 9th

Hull City's Michael Dawson says there's still room for improvement despite beating Queens Park Rangers 4-nil at the weekend.
It's a busy week for the Tigers who are fighting for their Championship survival.
They next face Burton Albion tomorrow and Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.

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Hull City's head coach Nigel Adkins has described Saturday's 4-0 win against QPR as a pleasing day.
The win, which made it three unbeaten for the Tigers, has kept them 7 points above the Championships relegation zone.
The only negative on the day was a back and foot injury to Jarrod Bowen with Adkins unsure whether he will be fit to play in tomorrow's match at Burton.

April 6th

Hull City's boss says his players have refocused and are ready to face Queens Park Rangers tomorrow.
Nigel Adkins says it'll be a tough game as QPR are in good form.
The Tigers have drawn their last two games against Aston Villa and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

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Hull City's Markus Henriksen says they have six cup finals left to make sure they secure their Championship survival.
The Tigers host QPR tomorrow after an impressive Easter period which saw them pick up draws against high-flying Wolves and Aston Villa.

April 5th

A minute's applause will be held before Hull City's game against Queens Park Rangers on Saturday in memory of Ray Wilkins.
The former QPR player and manager died this week at the age of 61.

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Hull City's Stephen Kingsley says he was over the moon to be back on the pitch for the Tigers - making his long awaited comeback in the 2-2 draw with Wolves.
The 23-year-old was on the sidelines for half a year after undergoing groin surgery.
He's keen to push on, making as many appearances as possible and helping the team secure a place in the Championship next season.

April 4th

Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says confidence in the camp is good after last nights 2-2 draw against top-of-the-table Wolves.
He says the players are demonstrating consistency which bodes well for the future.
Their recent performance means they now have a seven point gap from the championship's bottom three.

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Hull City boss Nigel Adkins has described his players as outstanding after picking up a point at the table toppers Wolves last night.
He says the team showed resilience to come back from a debatable penalty, responding superbly.
The 2-2 draw leaves the Tigers 7 points above the Championship's relegation zone.

April 3rd

Hull City boss Nigel Adkins believes his side will be coming up against the 'real deal' when they face Championship leaders Wolves tonight.
The Wanderers are five points clear at the top of the table, while the Tigers are 6 points clear of the bottom three.
Adkins is expecting a challenging game with a threat coming from set-plays.

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Hull City's Angus MacDonald wants the team to build on their impressive second-half display against Aston Villa when they travel to league leaders Wolves tonight.
The Tigers drew 0-0 when former boss Steve Bruce returned to Hull on Saturday.
Tonight's match will be no easier, but MacDonald says they go there with belief they can pick up the three points.

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