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On Saturday English football squad Hull City were promoted to the English premier league. In the end promotion came on a wing and prayer with their good fortune reliant on the result of other games played that day. Will City, known as the
The Tigers did it the hard way, grinding out a 2-2 draw against npower Championship title winners Cardiff and then having to wait around for Watford's delayed match against Leeds to finish. But when news filtered through of a late winner for Leeds at
They must now pay £440, instead of £140, for tickets in the main stand at Hull City. Other adult season ticket prices have gone up by just 12 per cent. One disabled fan, Dermot Rathbone, accused the Championship club of targeting the most vulnerable.
Messages will be charged at your standard operator rate.) 1742: Only in June the scrum-half was saying how he hoped a stellar performance for the Exiles against England could win him the promotion from the New Zealand Maori to the New Zealand squad. "
Moody, who retired from internationals last month, feels England will learn from this year's event in New Zealand when they struggled to the last eight. "It will always be a thing that haunts me," he said. "When you are captain you take it all very
Hull owner Assem Allam wants to transform the KC Stadium into a 100million sports village. Local businessman Allam has revealed detailed plans to build a complex, which would include a hotel, tennis, squash and gymnastics facilities, an Olympic-size
Vuvuzelas became one of the most memorable parts of World Cup Football 2010. People either love them or loathe them but with such a volume coming from them they are hard to ignore. The UK football season is upon us again
England winger Ryan Hall scored four of the Rhinos' eight tries at the KC Stadium as Leeds, who fell at the first hurdle last season against St Helens, looked to win the knockout competition for the first time since triumphing at the old Wembley 11
The pair were reportedly involved in a fracas by the Humber Bridge on the day after Sunday's 5-1 defeat at Everton. The row was apparently witnessed by a large party from the Women's Institute and Brown said: "I'd like to apologise to them, the
Hull have settled their legal dispute with former chairman Paul Duffen out of court, the club announced this morning. City began proceedings against Duffen last month after accusing him of spending company money for private use during his time in