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The Opposition: Hull City

The Opposition: Hull City


Full Club Name:
Hull City Association Football Club
Year Formed:
1904

Nickname:
The Tigers

Ground:
KC Stadium
capacity: 25,404

Manager:
Phil Brown (2006 to present)

Chairman:
Adam Pearson (02 November 2009 to present)

Mascot:
Rory the Tiger

Premier League Results 09/10:
Chelsea 2 - 1 Hull (Loss)
Hull 1 - 5 Tottenham (Loss)
Hull 1 - 0 Bolton (Win)
Wolves 1 - 1 Hull (Draw)
Sunderland 4 - 1 Hull (Loss)
Hull 0 - 1 Birmingham (Loss)
Liverpool 6 - 1 Hull (Loss)
Hull 2 - 1 Wigan (Win)
Fulham 2 - 0 Hull (Loss)
Hull 0 - 0 Portsmouth (Draw)
Burnley 2 - 0 Hull (Loss)
Hull 2 - 1 Stoke (Win)
Hull 3 - 3 West Ham (Draw)
Hull 3 - 2 Everton (Win)

Current Table Position:
15th Played 14. Won 4. Lost 7. Drawn 3. Goal difference -14. Points 15

Club Records:
Most League appearances: 520 Andy Davidson
Most League goals: 193 Chris Chilton
Most League goals in a season: 35 George Beel, Division 1, 1927-28
Biggest Victory Margin: Hull 11 - 1 Carlisle United
Record transfer fee paid: 5,000,000 - Jimmy Bullard from Fulham, 2009
Record transfer fee received: 4,000,000 - Michael Turner to Sunderland, 20009

Famous Hull City Fans:
Omar Sharif (Actor)
Stephen Malkmus (Indie Music Artist)
Sarah Beeny (TV Presenter)
John Alderton (Actor)
Mark Robinson (Former cricketer)
Mark Herman (Film director)
Tom Courtenay (Actor)
Basil Brush! (Fox)



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Writer:bigal84
Date:Friday November 27 2009
Time: 10:28PM

Comments

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We've got to win this one surely? I've been thinking that for the last few weeks and we've got to get it right sooner rather than later. Its also probably a good thing that Hull have had a couple of results recently.
Kevinho
27/11/2009 23:51:00
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I have put this one down as a Banker for a win. I am worried. Every time I have expected a Banker (FF) win -- it hasn't happened. This time, pease!
sindbad
28/11/2009 04:51:00
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Omar Sharif???
BlueWolfie
28/11/2009 13:14:00
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I didn't get the Omar Sharif connection either BW but according to Wikipedia he is friends with Tom Courtenay who he appeared in the 1967 film The Night Of The Generals with and Courtenay is supposed to have revealed that Sharif is a supporter on Test Match Special in 2008.
Kevinho
28/11/2009 14:48:00
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