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February 23rd

Hull City's head coach is pleased to be back on home soil tonight when the Tigers face Yorkshire rivals Sheffield United.
City have played their last four games away from home and are currently outside the Championship's relegation zone.
Nigel Adkins knows the Blades will be tough opposition, with a win putting them into the play-offs.

February 22nd

Hull City return to the KCOM tomorrow night after four games away from home with the visit of Yorkshire rivals Sheffield United.
The Tigers are currently only outside the Championship's relegation zone on goal difference.
Keeper Allan McGregor says he's not feeling the pressure.

February 21st

Hull City's Harry Wilson is set to miss Friday's Yorkshire derby against Sheffield United.
The winger who's on loan from Liverpool missed last night's loss against Middlesborough with a damaged shoulder.
Fellow midfielder Jarrod Bowen  is also a major doubt for the game with a hamstring problem.

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Hull City's Head Coach Nigel Adkins was left frustrated with his side’s defensive errors in last night’s 3-1 defeat at Middlesbrough.
Adkins says the manner in which his side conceded the goals were awful and unacceptable
The loss leaves The Tigers out of the Championship drop-zone on goal difference.

February 20th

Hull City midfielder, Jackson Irvine, says they're looking to make it back to back wins for the first time this season when they travel to Middlesborough later.
The Tigers are a point above the Championship drop zone whilst Boro are 5 points off the play-off places.
He's expecting a tough game, but believes they can win.

February 19th

Hull City's Abel Hernandez has made his return to action this afternoon after six months out with a ruptured Achilles.
He played for nearly an hour in the under-23's goalless draw against Sheffield Wednesday.

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Nigel Adkins admits his Tigers' side were the architects of their own downfall in their 4-0 defeat to Chelsea.
All the goals came in the first half of their FA Cup defeat.

February 16th

Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says they'll need "a lot of magic" to have a chance of beating Chelsea in the FA Cup tonight.
The Championship strugglers head to the Premier League side in the last-16.

February 15th

Hull City Head Coach, Nigel Adkins believes his side can cause an FA Cup upset tomorrow night.
The Tigers travel to Premier League Champions Chelsea in the 5th round.
Adkins says he'll have to make changes to his starting line-up.

February 13th

Hull City's Jon Toral's set his sights on more goals after opening his Tigers' account in last weekend's 2-0 win at Nottingham Forest.
The midfielder scored moments after seeing his penalty kick saved which he says was important for his confidence.

February 12th

Hull City's head coach has praised the hard work of the team following the 2-0 win at Nottingham Forest at the weekend.
It's the Tigers first league win of 2018 and moves them out of the Championship's relegation zone.
A downside on the afternoon was Seb Larsson picking up his 10th booking of the season, which means he misses City's next 2 matches.

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Hull City's Head Coach said it feels good to win following their 2-0 victory over Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
It was their first league win of 2018 and their second away win all season.
The Tigers are now out of the Championship's bottom three.

February 9th

Hull City captain Michael Dawson will miss tomorrow's trip to Nottingham Forest because of a groin injury.
The Tigers who are currently in the Championship's relegation zone, are without a league win in nine matches.
Despite this, head coach Nigel Adkins say they go to the City Ground full of confidence.

February 8th

Hull City's owners cancelled a planned meeting with the supporters trust last night over comments made in the local media.
Two meetings have previously been held in an effort to find middle ground between the club and fans over issues like concessions and branding.
Vice-Chairman Ehab Allam says the club is still committed to continuing open dialogue with supporters.

February 7th

Hull City's Stephen Kingsley returned to full training this morning.
He's been out of action since September after having surgery on a groin problem.
Head Coach Nigel Adkins is looking forward to adding the left back to his selection options soon.

February 5th

Hull City's Seb Larsson says now's the time for the squad to show their character and move away from relegation. 
The Tigers are in the bottom three of the table with just 16 games left in the season.

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Hull City's Seb Larsson is convinced there is enough quality in Nigel Adkins' squad to beat relegation but insists he and his team-mates have to show it now.
Saturday's 2-1 loss at Preston North End  saw their winless league run extend to nine games and left the team in the bottom three of the Championship

February 2nd

Hull City Head Coach Nigel Adkins says he's pleased Michael Dawson didn't leave the club on Transfer Deadline Day.
It's understood Nottingham Forest were interested in signing the defender but a deal failed to materialise.
On the pitch and the Tigers travel to Preston tomorrow looking for their first league win in 8 games.

February 1st

Hull City added two players to their squad on January transfer deadline day.
Central defender Angus MacDonald joins on a 2-and-a-half year deal from Barnsley and winger Harry Wilson is on loan from Liverpool until the end of the season.
However arguably the biggest transfer news for the Tigers is the fact captain Michael Dawson will be staying, despite rumours he was on his way to Nottingham Forest.

January 31st

Hull City head coach Nigel Adkins has praised the effort of the players after a 0-0 draw at home against Leeds last night.
The point was enough to keep the Tigers out of the Championship's relegation zone, but means they've failed to score in their last four Championship matches.
City were also dealt a blow by an ankle injury to Markus Henriksen and hamstring knock to Ondrej Mazuch.

January 30th

Hull City face a tough trip to Chelsea in the fifth round of the FA Cup next month.
Meanwhile the Tigers host Yorkshire rivals Leeds tonight in the Championship.
Head coach Nigel Adkins says they will have to be at their best, but will take confidence from their current home form.

January 29th

Hull City will find out who they'll face in the Fifth Round of the FA Cup tonight.
It's after the Tigers beat Nottingham Forest 2-1 on Saturday.
Head coach Nigel Adkins was pleased with the team's performance after making several changes

Meanwhile Hull City's head coach Nigel Adkins says there are no plans to sell youngster Jarrod Bowen in the current transfer window.
The midfielder scored in the weekend's FA Cup victory over Nottingham Forest.
Adkins says there is interest but he's unaware of any bid for him:

January 25th

Hull City's  Abel Hernandez  has apologised to fans for what he says was a misunderstanding of comments about his future.
The striker was quoted in Italian media earlier this week saying he won't renew his contract and will leave on a free transfer in the summer.
But in a statement released on social media he says the contract offer reflected his injury situation.
 He added that he wants to stay with the club and earn an improved deal but says he may still leave if one can't be agreed.
 

January 24th

Hull City's Assistant Coach expects changes to the team sheet for this weekend's FA Cup game.
The Tigers host Nottingham Forest in Round Four on Saturday.
Andy Crosby hopes the game can give the Head Coach a selection headache for the next Championship game.

January 23rd

Pat Mountain has left his role of Goalkeeping Coach at Hull City to take up a similar position at League Two side Forest Green Rovers.
The 41-year-old has opted to move on due to family reasons.

January 22nd

Hull City's Head Coach, Nigel Adkins, says his team needs to be more aggressive and assertive after their defeat to Sunderland.
The Tigers lost 1-0 to their relegation rivals - leaving them out of the drop zone only on goal difference.

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Hull City Head Coach, Nigel Adkins says his team must "graft hard" to avoid the drop from the Championship.
The Tigers lost 1-0 away to relegation rivals Sunderland on Saturday.

January 19th

Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says they'll be giving it everything they've got when the Tigers travel to Sunderland tomorrow.
A victory for City would move them 6 points clear of their hosts - who are currently bottom of the Championship table.

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Hull City's Will Keane will be included in the squad for tomorrow's trip to Sunderland.
The striker has been out for 14 months following a knee injury.
Head coach Nigel Adkins is pleased to welcome him back.

January 18th

Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says he's still interested in Aberdeen's Scott McKenna.
The Tigers have had two bids knocked backed for the defender.

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Hull City's Jon Toral says they must find a balance between defence and attack in order to improve results - starting with this weekend's trip to Sunderland.
The Tigers head to the Championship's bottom club looking for three points to move themselves away from the relegation places.

January 16th

Hull City head coach Nigel Adkins hopes to see striker Abel Hernández back in full training next month.
The Uruguayan international spent the last five months on the sidelines since suffering a ruptured Achilles in the defeat against Wolves.

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Hull City's head coach Nigel Adkins says they're looking stronger towards the end of games now and they're getting more clean sheets.
The Tigers drew 0-0 against Reading on Saturday which moved them up to 20th in the Championship table.

January 15th

Hull City drew nil-nil with Reading at the KCOM Stadium on Saturday.
Head Coach, Nigel Adkins, says they nullified a lot of the threats and had opportunities to score.
But he knows they need to win games and says they're building towards that.

January 12th

Hull City boss Nigel Adkins says his team have to treat the last 20 league games as cup finals.
The Tigers take on Reading tomorrow and will be looking to pull away from the relegation zone.
They're currently 21st in the table - only out of the drop zone on goal difference.

January 9th

Hull City's Will Keane marked his long-awaited comeback from injury with a goal in the Tigers' under-23s 5-1 victory against Crewe Alexandra last night.
It was Keane's first appearance since suffering a serious knee injury in November 2016.
Will Annan also returned from injury having not featured since the under-23's win against Coventry in September.

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Hull City face fellow Championship side Nottingham Forest in the Fourth Round of the FA Cup.
Meanwhile, League Two sides Yeovil and Newport both got draws against Premier League opposition for round four.
Yeovil will host Manchester United - while Newport have a home game with Tottenham.


January 8th

Hull City will find out who they'll face in the fourth round of the FA Cup later.
The Tigers beat Blackburn 1-0 in the third round on Saturday.

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Hull City's head coach Nigel Adkins says he was pleased with the resilience shown by his side as they beat Blackburn 1-0 in the FA Cup.
Ola Aina headed in the only goal of the game shortly before the hour mark at Ewood Park to earn a place in the fourth round draw.

January 5th

Hull City player Max Clark knows the Tigers face a tough test at Blackburn Rovers tomorrow in the FA Cup.
While City are winless in five matches, their opponents are third in League One, having not lost a game since the start of October.

January 4th

Hull City player Jackson Irvine's confident the Tigers are close to striking some form to help them climb up the Championship table.
The Tigers are outside the league's relegation zone on goal difference after a run which has seen them without a win in five matches.
On Saturday City take a break from the league with an FA Cup match at Blackburn.

January 3rd

Hull City boss Nigel Adkins has called on everyone to stick together after admitting the club are now in a relegation battle.
The Tigers are without a win in five matches and are only currently above the Championship's relegation zone on goal difference.

January 2nd

Hull City are only above the Championship's relegation zone on goal difference following a 1-0 defeat at Bolton yesterday.
Gary Madine's first half free kick was enough to separate the sides.
Head coach Nigel Adkins says he wasn't happy with the way the team played in the first hour.

Meanwhile Hull City boss Nigel Adkins has admitted his team are in a relegation battle to stay in the Championship.
City lost 1-0 away at Bolton yesterday leaving them 21st in the table only out of the drop zone on goal difference.

 

December 29th

Hull City manager Nigel Adkins says none of his players have indicated they want to leave in the January transfer window.
Winger Kamil Grosiki was linked with a move away from the club in the Summer but Adkins hopes he can keep his squad together:

December 28th

Hull City's Jon Toral and Kamil Grosicki are doubts for the Tigers next match against Fulham on Saturday.
They both picked up knocks in the 0-0 draw against Derby on Boxing Day.

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Hull City's Jarrod Bowen could make an appearance against Fulham at the weekend.
The forward's been recovering from a knee and ankle injury but managed to play for 30 minutes on Boxing Day.
Head Coach Nigel Adkins says it was good to get him back on the pitch.

December 27th

Hull City head coach Nigel Adkins says the Tigers were the better side in the 0-0 draw with Derby yesterday.
He's praised the teams defensive efforts and says it's a positive performance they can build on.

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Hull City drew nil-nil with Derby County yesterday.
Head Coach Nigel Adkins says it's another positive performance they can build on.
The Tigers next play Fulham on Saturday.

December 18th

Hull City went down 1-0 to Cardiff on Saturday.
Sol Bamba scored the only goal of the game.

December 15th

Hull City's assistant coach Andy Crosby hopes his experience as a defender can help reduce the flow of goals the Tigers are conceding.
City have conceded 19 goals in the last 8 games.
The Tigers face Cardiff City in Wales tomorrow evening.

December 14th

Hull City's Jon Toral says the Tigers must use Saturday's 3-2 win over Brentford to kick-start a run of positive results.
Before the game, City had won just four matches from their opening 20 fixtures, a run that saw Leonid Slutsky replaced by Nigel Adkins as head coach.
Meanwhile it was revealed City will face Blackburn in the third round of the FA, after they won 1-0 at Crewe last night.

Hull City Assistant coach Andy Crosby says they have to defend better.
The Tigers beat Brentford 3-2 on Saturday - their first win in 7 games.
Crosby says the team don't have a problem scoring goals -  but can't continue having to score two or three  times to win a match.

December 13th

Jackson Irvine has spoken of his joy and relief after scoring his first goal for the Hull City.
The Australian scored the Tigers' third goal in the 3-2 win over Brentford - breaking a run of seven games without a win.

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Hull City midfielder Kamil Grosicki has thanked new boss Nigel Adkins for giving him a chance back in the first team.
The influential winger marked his return to the starting 11 with a goal in their 3-2 win over Brentford on Saturday.

December 12th

Hull City's head coach Nigel Adkins says it's going to be challenging over the Christmas period with the injury list the Tigers have got.
He says everybody that was available to play in last Saturday's 3-2 win against Brentford was on the team sheet.
The Tigers have five matches in the next three weeks.

Meanwhile Nigel Adkins has been named the EFL Manager of the Week after steering the Tigers to victory over Brentford in his first game in charge.
Kamil Grosicki, Seb Larsson and Jackson Irvine scored in the 3-2 win which brought an end to the Tigers' seven-game winless run.

December 11th

Hull City's new head coach has praised the character and spirit of the team after the Tigers came from behind to beat Brentford 3-2 at the weekend.
It was Nigel Adkins first match in charge of City and the victory ended a run of six matches without a win.

December 7th

Nigel Adkins has been appointed as the new Hull City head coach.
He takes over from Leonid Slutsky - who left after six months in charge and with the side 20th in the Championship.
Adkins - who's also managed Reading and Sheffield United - has signed an 18-month contract.

December 5th

Hull City's Jarrod Bowen will miss Saturday's home game against Brentford.
He suffered knee and ankle injuries at Hillsborough last weekend.
Michael Hector will also miss out due to a hamstring problem.
Markus Henriksen and Kevin Stewart are both expected to be fit to face the Bees.

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Hull City will play either Blackburn or Crewe in the third Round of the FA Cup.
The tie will be played sometime over the first weekend in January.

December 4th

Leonid Slutsky says Hull City will always be part of his heart after he left the club by mutual consent yesterday.
The Tigers are currently 20th in the Championship - just three points above the relegation zone.
Chairman of Hull City Supporters' Trust, Geoff Bielby, says the new manager needs to stop the teams poor run of form quickly.

December 1st

Hull City's Jarrod Bowen's hoping to push on well into double figures for goals after his strike in last weekend's loss to Bristol City took him to 10 for the season.
The Tigers face a tough trip to Sheffield Wednesday tomorrow having not won for six matches.

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