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Hull City v Tottenham: New Scots hero is taking grounded approach

ANDREW ROBERTSON may be flavour of the month for club and country at the minute, but do not think for one moment that notions of stardom will go straight to his head.
Yorkshire Post Nov 21, 2014

Under-fire Whelan no racist says Hull boss Bruce as row breaks out over remarks

HULL City manager Steve Bruce has defended Wigan Athletic owner Dave Whelan, saying “there is no racism in him at all” after the former JJB Sports chief was accused of making anti-Semitic remarks.
Yorkshire Post Nov 21, 2014

Bruce expecting response from Hull City’s ‘big-time charlies’

Steve Bruce says he stands by his comments labelling his Hull City side as ‘big-time Charlies’ after their recent no-show at Burnley – but is confident his players will deliver a reaction in tomorrow’s televised home game against Tottenham Hotspur.
Yorkshire Post Nov 20, 2014

Tigers’ duo restore Irish pride but Robertson rues Scots’ start

hull city’s international brigade sampled milestone evenings on Tuesday as the Tigers were left to reflect on another noteworthy night in their modern history.
Yorkshire Post Nov 19, 2014

Hull City: Scotland failed to live up to billing: Robertson

HULL CITY and Scotland defender Andrew Robertson has admitted that the Tartan Army failed to live up to their potential during Tuesday’s 3-1 defeat to England at Celtic Park.
Hull Daily Mail commented Thousands of young Hull cyclists to get free safety helmets

Hull Daily Mail commented Thousands of young Hull cyclists to get free safety helmets

MORE than 3,000 youngsters in Hull are set to be handed free cycle helmets in a bid to improve their safety.Last year, Hull City Council saw more than 1,000 children take part in its fun cycle proficiency programme.Now, every school pupil who takes part in the council's Bikeability scheme over the next three years will receive a free helmet.The announcement has been made during the National Road Safety Week campaign, which runs until Sunday.The council's road safety officer Allan Robins said:...
Hull Daily Mail published I'm A Celebrity: Jungle Jimmy Bullard screams through underwater...

Hull Daily Mail published I'm A Celebrity: Jungle Jimmy Bullard screams through underwater...

FORMER Hull City footballer Jimmy Bullard has screamed his way through the first Bushtucker Trial in this year's I'm A Celebrity series. Bullard came face to face with water dragons, eels and water pythons in an underwater tunnel dubbed the Tunnel of Terror. Along the way, he grabbed four out of six available stars which could win meals for him and the other celebrities. The trial got off to a bad start when Bullard screamed as soon as he dipped his foot into the water-filled tunnel - before...
Yorkshire Post Nov 17, 2014

Ex-Hull and Huddersfield star denies ‘match-fixing’ plot

A FORMER Hull City footballer has denied being part of a match-fixing conspiracy.
Yorkshire Post Nov 13, 2014

McShane eager to continue Hull journey... on his terms

AS the longest serving Hull City player by some distance, Paul McShane is keen to hang around at a club he steadfastly believes is going places.
Yorkshire Post Nov 12, 2014

Dawson, Jelavic and McGregor due back for Tigers

Hull City’s injury problems are beginning to ease, with Allan McGregor, Michael Dawson and Nikica Jelavic likely to return after the international break.
Hull Daily Mail published Where are the best and worst mobile phone signals in Hull and...

Hull Daily Mail published Where are the best and worst mobile phone signals in Hull and...

Residents are calling for improvements to their mobile phone service after an interactive map showed signal strengths across large parts of Hull and the East Riding are significantly below the national average. The heat map, compiled by OpenSignal, reveals the best and worst areas for mobile phone signals around the UK. Scroll down to see the map. It confirms 3G signals are strongest in Hull city centre but fade significantly away from the main thoroughfares and into East Riding towns and...
Hull Daily Mail Nov 12, 2014
HDMDLonghorn commented Hull City stars Curtis Davies and Liam Rosenior collect cash to...

HDMDLonghorn commented Hull City stars Curtis Davies and Liam Rosenior collect cash to...

Rattling buckets in Hull city centre, they were raising money to help fight Ebola. But to Hull City players Curtis Davies and Liam Rosenior, it was about more than a charity collection. Although the virus which is devastating western Africa may be thousands of miles away, it is a cause close to home for the Tigers' stars. Both have family connections to Hull's twin city of Freetown in Sierra Leone – one of the worst-affected areas. "It's crazy what's going on and I want to help out to...
Hull Daily Mail commented New Sainsbury's store for old Post Office building in Hull city...

Hull Daily Mail commented New Sainsbury's store for old Post Office building in Hull city...

Up to 20 jobs will be created when a new Sainsbury's store opens in the former main Post Office in Hull city centre. The supermarket chain has unveiled plans to convert the empty building in Jameson Street into one of its Sainsbury's Local convenience stores. It will create up to 20 new full and part-time jobs. The move marks a return to the city centre for the retail giant after it closed a previous convenience store in nearby Paragon Street. The new Local store would bring the total...
Yorkshire Post Nov 12, 2014

Bruce not giving up on dreams of playing for country

ALEX BRUCE is having an unlucky time with injuries this season.