Hull City were denied a victory in their first game in European as Tom Huddlestone missed a penalty in a […]
Hull City midfielder Tom Huddlestone is determined to hit the ground running in pre-season as a premature start to the […]
Arsenal have won their first trophy since 2005 by beating Hull City 3-2 in extra time. Hull City went 2-0 up within 10 minutes, but Arsenal came back to win their 11th ever FA Cup. Hull enjoyed a brilliant start to the game when James Chester put them 1-0 up inside the first four minutes.
Arsene Wenger has finally ended Arsenal’s trophy drought.
In the fourth minute, Chester...
Hull midfielder Tom Huddlestone said ‘there’s no point’ reaching the FA Cup final and missing out on a winners’ medal. […]
Tom Huddlestone knows how to make the best of a bad situation.
The Hull City midfielder endured an epic goal drought by growing his hair out and raising money for a good cause. He scored his first goal since April 2011 during his team’s 6-0 victory against Fulham on Saturday and got that long-awaited haircut on Thursday.
Club and media photographers where on hand at the Hull...
Tom Huddlestone gets a pitchside haircut after his first goal since April 2011
The HuddleFro is no more
Back in 2011 Tom Huddlestone, who was playing for Tottenham at the time, vowed in the name of charity not to cut his hair until his next Premier League goal. At that point in his career the English midfielder had limited playing time at White Hart Lane and, still without scoring...
Hull scored six second-half goals to rout Fulham 6-0 Saturday in a Premier League game highlighted by Tom Huddlestone celebrating his first goal since 2011 by cutting off a piece of his hair on the sideline.
Hull captain Robert Koren scored twice, while Ahmed El Mohamady, George Boyd and Matt Fryatt also netted as Fulham collapsed completely after the break.
Huddlestone made it...
Boss Steve Bruce hailed birthday boy Tom Huddlestone’s “masterclass” in Hull City’s 6-0 Premier League win over Fulham. The midfielder […]
Hull’s Tom Huddlestone had a two-and-a-half-year goal scoring drought end Saturday against Fullham. Back in 2011, Huddlestone made a wager with fans that if they donated £75,000 pounds to charity, he would not cut his hair until he scored another goal. It took all of 54 Premier League games for the English midfielder to break the streak, but it must have felt good to finally...