Posts Tagged "Hull City"

Hull City Supporters Make Their Voices Heard

Hull City Supporters Make Their Voices Heard

By on Nov 8, 2013 in Latest, Politics | 0 comments

Football clubs have always, in the main, been run as fiefdoms. From the late Victorian era and the likes of John Houlding at Liverpool through to his obvious descendents, such as Doug Ellis and Ken Bates, there has always been an element of ‘my way or the highway’ about club owners, but in the twenty-first century, when we demand greater transparency, in...

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Hull City Are No Longer Being Rebranded By Stealth

By on Aug 10, 2013 in Latest, Politics | 0 comments

This was, as we noted before when discussing this subject, supposed to be a time when the supporters of Hull City AFC were supposed to be getting excited at the prospect of a return to the Premier League, but any feelings of anticipation have, on the part of many, now been replaced by anger at the news that the club is actively seeking to rebrand itself as...

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The 200% Premier League Pre-Season: Hull City

By on Jul 26, 2013 in English League Football, Latest | 10 comments

Between now and the start of the new season, we’ll be writing up all twenty of the Premier League clubs before it all kicks off again. If you’re here looking for the very latest transfer gossip, though, you’ll likely be disappointed by stopping off here. Quite asides from anything else, it’s the third week in July (a necessity borne of the fact that these have got...

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Are Hull City Being Re-Branded By Stealth?

By on Jul 16, 2013 in Latest, Politics | 13 comments

As an increasing number of foreign owners come into football in this country, the debate over whether they might be good or bad for the game becomes increasingly muddied. It’s easy to the point of facile to get stuck in the ‘foreign owners are bad because they’re foreign’ line of thinking, but this is an argument that almost wilfully...

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Drama And Absurdity On The Last Day Of The Championship Season

By on May 5, 2013 in English League Football, Latest | 4 comments

“Emotion” is a much over-used and over-rated word in football circles, but this weekend the last day of the regular season in the Football League Championship delivered about as much of the spectrum of emotions, hopes and expectations that a football supporter can feel, from the conventional agony to ecstasy, through gallows humour and false hope to...

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