Posts Tagged "Hull City"

Assem Allam’s Pyrrhic Name Change Poll Victory

Assem Allam’s Pyrrhic Name Change Poll Victory

By on Apr 8, 2014 in Latest, Politics | 2 comments

There are, of course, lies, damned lies and statistics. It’s worth pointing out before we go any further that the decision of the owners of Hull City AFC to poll their supporters over their desire to change the name of the club to “Hull Tigers” from the start of next season was never terribly likely to have an effect upon FA’s upcoming...

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Democracy Or Gerrymandering? The Hull City Vote Goes Public

Democracy Or Gerrymandering? The Hull City Vote Goes Public

By on Mar 21, 2014 in Latest, Politics | 3 comments

It was noted on this site at least a couple of years ago that democracy in terms of football had the potential to be a double-edged sword. On the one hand, genuine efforts to engage supporters to be active rather than passive in terms of involvement with their clubs arrive at their natural conclusion in the existence of supporters trusts, both at clubs where the...

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A Sort Of Blues Return At Cardiff City

A Sort Of Blues Return At Cardiff City

By on Feb 23, 2014 in Latest | 0 comments

For all the bullying and coming from their club of late, supporters of Hull City can at least take a crumb of comfort from the fact that, on the pitch, their team is holding its own in the Premier League at the moment this season. This isn’t a luxury that is currently being extended to the long-suffering supporters of Cardiff City. These two clubs met in the...

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