Found August 14, 2013 on Soccerlens:
Premier League 2013-14 preview: Steve Bruce and Hull City prepare for survival battle - originally posted on Soccerlens.comHull City and Steve Bruce are back in the Premier League once again, and the Tigers would have loved to make an explosive start to life in England’s elite division, somewhat replicating their start in 2008. However, the opening fixtures have considerably dampened the expectations around Hull, as the newly promoted outfit will face stern tests right in the beginning with their opening two matches are against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge and Manchester City at the Etihad. Hull City gained their promotion in somewhat similar circumstances to that of City’s title winning campaign back in 2011, as the Tigers took it right down to the wire, in order to secure Premier League football for another year. Steve Bruce’s side had to rely on cross-town rivals, Leeds United to hand them the promotion, after the Peacocks stole a crucial victory against Zola’s Watford, against al...

Hull City Manager Steve Bruce Confident New Signing Sagbo Will Take The Premier League By Storm

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Need to know: Hull

Five things to know about Hull going into the 2013-14 English Premier League season: SURVIVAL IS ESSENTIAL Hull has an experienced manager in Steve Bruce, who has been in charge of teams in the Premier League before with Birmingham, Wigan and Sunderland. His experience could be essential to promoted Hull's chances of going straight back down and, come the end of the season...

Hull City Keen On Signing Ghana Midfielder Mohammed

Evian midfielder Rabiu Mohammed Hull City are in talks with Evian midfielder Mohammed Rabiu. The Hull Daily Mail says Tigers boss Steve Bruce met the 23-year-old Ghana international and his representatives yesterday. Evian, who have already sold Yannick Sagbo to the Tigers this summer, are willing to sell Rabiu for the right price but City’s chase could be complicated after...

Huddlestone, Livermore join Hull

Tom Huddlestone says Steve Bruce was the key to persuading him to swap the sharp end of the Premier League for a likely relegation battle. The cultured midfielder on Wednesday night became Hull's biggest summer signing, penning a three-year deal after arriving from Tottenham for a fee that is understood to at least match the £5million Hull spent on Jimmy Bullard in 2009. The...
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