Hull City vs Beijing Guoan let me know what you think

July 29th, 2009 by joecoops

My name is Joe and I’m a 15 year old up and coming journalist hopeful. I recently entered a sports Journalist rugby competition, and got through to the next round. For this round i have to write another match report, with the best match report going to Wembley and writing another one for the official [...]

Crunch Time for City Ahead of Stoke Clash

November 28th, 2008 by niallhull

Hull City head into tomorrows game with fellow pre-season relegation rivals Stoke without a win in their last five games. Despite only claiming two points from a possible fifteen on offer, the Tigers find themselves in the lofty position of 6th in Premier League table, just two points behind Aston Villa who currently occupy the final [...]

Tigers Target January Transfers

November 4th, 2008 by niallhull

Hull City manager Phil Brown is looking to strengthen his high flying team by adding to his squad in the January transfer window. Brown brought in 11 new players in the summer for the Tigers debut assault on the Premier league, but the September manager of the month is targeting yet another ’four or five’ new players [...]

toon for sorrow Tigers for joy

September 14th, 2008 by joecoops

The Tigers added more misery to the toon faithful,With a double from loanee Marlon King secured The Tigers second victory of the season, A win which puts City into the Champions league places.
 
City responded brilliantly after the 5-0 hammering over Wigan, a fortnight ago,By recording there first away win in the Premier league.
 
This win was obviously helped [...]

The fall and rise of Hull City Football club

September 5th, 2008 by joecoops

October 2002; After six months in charge, Jan Molby was sacked from his post, After City made a terrible start to the 2002-03 season falling to 19th in what was then called Division three. Conference football was not a possibility. City would have to appoint someone With great experience, Someone who knows Football inside-out. It [...]

Blip or Reality?

August 30th, 2008 by joecoops

After the 5-0 humiliation against Wigan,Tiger fans are fearing the worst for the rest of the Premier league campaign.
 
Many had predicted the Tigers to go down without a fight, todays result would back-up that theory after Phil Browns men ended there 2 game unbeaten run in the Premier League.
 
If this game is the story of there Premier league campaign, Pundits, [...]

League cup, an unwanted distraction?

August 26th, 2008 by joecoops

The Tigers are on there way to Wales for tonights league cup clash against Championship opposition in Swansea, At the Liberty City stadium.A fixture in which you’d think that City will be clear favourites for this encounter.
 
But its more than likely that it won’t be straight forward atall, Due to the fact that City are expected to [...]

Tigers vs Rovers Preview

August 22nd, 2008 by joecoops

Both teams made good starts to there premier league season,And The Tigers and The Rovers will be looking to repeat that feet.
 
Rovers Manager Paul “The Guvnor” Ince has a full squad to choose from, But maybe tempted to rest a few players,With no fewer than ten of them playing for there Nationalitys in mid week.
 
City on [...]

Frazier returns.. for England at least

August 19th, 2008 by joecoops

Man Uniteds maestro Frazier Campbell will return to the KC tonight for the first time after playing a key part in helping them secure there top flight status, As the England under 21s entertain Southern Europeans Slovenia in the heart of east yorkshire
And the Tigers will be hoping that Campbell will appear at the KC more often though after more speculation linking him with [...]

Dare To Dream! Hull city 2-1 Fulham

August 16th, 2008 by joecoops

The eye of the tiger
Check your odds bookmakers.City are in the Premier league,And there not here to make up the numbers.
City didn’t have it all there way though,Fulham did take the lead with a 35 minute strike from Seol ki-hyeon.One that made the Tiger roar go silent.
But that silence didn’t last to long however an equaliser from [...]