Hull City manager Steve Bruce bemoaned late errors after his side threw away a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 at […]
Steve Bruce has let it be known that he is very happy at Hull City, and there has been some speculation linking him with the Newcastle job, should Alan Pardew be fired. Steve Bruce – happy at Hull Steve has talked many times in the last ten years about his regret at turning down the […]
Steve Bruce knows all about what it’s like to support Newcastle United – he grew up in Newcastle like a lot of us supporting the lads – and of course he did spend a difficult time managing Sunderland, from 2009-2011, before he was fired. Steve Bruce - Hull City manager The Corbridge-born 53 year-old is now […]
Steve Bruce wants Hull City to capitalise on the uncertainty surrounding Newcastle United when they travel to St James’ Park […]
Hull City manager Steve Bruce praised Abel Hernandez for producing a debut to remember against West Ham on Monday. Work-permit […]
Hull City manager Steve Bruce has a perfect opportunity today to put himself more into the “shop window” for his chances of becoming the next manager at Newcastle United. Of course, this is all conjecture, but if Hull City beats West Ham United today and then defeats Newcastle this weekend, Bruce could end up being the favorite to replace Alan Pardew if the manager is sacked...
The Sunday People is reporting that Alan Pardew will be fired and that Steve Bruce will become Newcastle’s next manager. Steve Bruce - current Hull City boss And the additional news is that Alan Shearer will be Steve assistant – two Geordies working together at Newcastle. But it’s not clear to us where the People […]
Steve Bruce has conceded that any deal to try and sign Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner is likely to be too expensive for Hull City.
Bendtner is expected to leave Arsenal on a permanent basis before the transfer window closes after spending the last two seasons on loan at Sunderland and Juventus.
A move to Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt fell through after the failure to agree...
Hull City manager Steve Bruce insists the second automatic promotion place in the Championship is still up for grabs.
The Tigers are in second place behind Cardiff and still have a six-point advantage over Watford with three matches remaining despite losing 1-0 at Wolves.
The impact of the defeat, courtesy of a 55th-minute goal from Kevin Doyle, was cushioned by the Hornets'...
Hull boss Steve Bruce was a relieved man after watching his side claim a narrow win over Middlesbrough which kept them in the Championship automatic promotion places.
Robbie Brady curled in a low free-kick that caught out Boro keeper Jason Steele in the 62nd minute to give the Tigers all three points at the KC Stadium.
And Bruce admitted afterwards that the defeat to third-placed...