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West Ham United 2 Hull City 1

The final day of the season brought with it defeat as a Carlton Cole double helped West Ham United into the play-offs- two changes made to the Tigers side as Robert Koren and Cameron Stewart were replaced by Tom Cairney and Josh King. Corry Evans set King away on the first attack of note early on, the clearance of his cross sparking a counter-attack and Liam Rosenior quick to stop Henri Lansbury ....


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Hull City 2 Nottingham Forest 1

A final home win of the season was a good sign-off for the season in front of the local crowds at the KC Stadium- the Tigers starting line-up showing just one change from midweek as Paul McKenna filled Tom Cairney's boots.   Forest made much of the early running before Robert Koren managed to fire wide in a first real chance for the hosts, Adiene Guedioura perhaps a little fortunate to ....


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Hull City 3 Barnsley 1

    A hat-trick from Matt Fryatt was enough to see off Barnsley as the season draws to a close, only two games between the Tigers and the play-offs- just one change made to the side as Cameron Stewart took the place of Joshua King, who moved to the substitutes bench. Both sets of players could no doubt think of better ways to spend a Tuesday night, perhaps preferring to be indoors ....


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Watford 1 Hull City 1

      It was a far from faith-affirming trip to Vicarage Road as the Tigers were held by Watford- Liam Rosenior replacing Richard Garcia in a sole change to the starting eleven. Some early Hornets pressure was soaked up before the visitors  took the lead in just the fourth minute, James Chester heading home Andy Dawson's corner. A bout of head-tennis followed, from which ....


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Hull City 2 Middlesbrough 1

  A fine second half comeback was ample reward as things got back on track for the Tigers, a real Easter treat- four changes made as Robert Koren, James Chester, Matt Fryatt and Robbie Brady replaced Liam Rosenior, Paul McKenna, Sonny Bradley and Cameron Stewart. Within just 90 seconds Boro might have been in front but for the offside flag as Scott McDonald met its wrath after he looked to ....


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Millwall 2 Hull City 0

  A busy Easter period got off to a poor start as the slump continues. Three changes were made to the side for the trip to the New Den- Richard Garcia, Sonny Bradley and Tom Cairney given outings in place of Jack Hobbs, Robbie Brady and Matt Fryatt. Following a minute's silence for Millwall hero Barry Kitchener the visitors sprang from the blocks, the long journey from Yorkshire evidently ....


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Hull City 0 Coventry City 2

A wobble continues on this evidence- City coming a cropper at home to Coventry. Three changes were made to the team which had started at Portsmouth in midweek as Liam Cooper, Corry Evans and Aaron McLean were drafted in to take the places of James Chester, Joe Dudgeon and Josh King- McLean failing to make a mark as early as the third minute, heading just off from an Andy Dawson corner, another ....


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Portsmouth 2 Hull City 0

  Perhaps the sea air got to the Tigers as they lost at Portsmouth on Tuesday night and barely showed glimpses of the quality that has propelled them to the upper reaches of the Championship- two changes made from the weekend clash with Leicester as Joe Dudgeon and Robbie Brady replaced Corry Evans and Tom Cairney.   Vito Mannone was in action within seconds to claim a tame Scott ....


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Leicester City 2 Hull City 1

  Nigel Pearson had a nasty surprise for his former charges at the King Power Stadium as his Foxes outran the Tigers- two changes made to the away side by Nick Barmby as Corry Evans and Cameron Stewart replaced Robert Koren and Robbie Brady. An early Josh King run and shot looked to have put the frighteners up the hosts but his final effort ended up in the side netting, things getting even ....


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Hull City 0 Southampton 2

    The Saints came to Hull on Tuesday evening, but were far from merciful- ending what had been the Championship season's longest unbeaten run, Nick Barmby making three changes to his side as Tom Cairney, Robbie Brady and Matt Fryatt took the places of Corry Evans, Cameron Stewart and Aaron McLean. The hosts set out to play football which was easy on the eye from the get-go without ....


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Crystal Palace 0 Hull City 0

    It proved to be a frustrating afternoon for the Tigers at Selhurst Park as they came away with a point despite playing their usual free-flowing football. An unchanged eleven took to the field, a Jack Hobbs foul on Jonathan Williams leading to the concession of an early free kick but Hobbs atoned by heading clear.   Corry Evans then wasted good work by Aaron McLean as he ....


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Cardiff City 0 Hull City 3

  Anyone expecting to hear the hymnal chanting exhibited by the home fans on so many occasions down the years may have been surprised on Tuesday night, for if any was attempted it must have come with a Yorkshire burr, Two changes were made from Saturday's outing as Josh King and Aaron McLean were called in in place of Robbie Brady and Matt Fryatt- a great start getting even better when ....


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Hull City 2 Ipswich Town 2

    A two goal lead was allowed to slip away as the Tigers drew with Ipswich Town on a summery Saturday afternoon. Robbie Brady came in for Aaron McLean in a solitary change to the side- Alex McCarthy the busier of the two keepers in the early exchanges as Robert Koren tried his luck and Cameron Stewart was just off-target from long range.   Vito Mannone was quick to steer ....


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Hull City 0 Leeds United 0

    Regional pride was at stake once again on Tuesday evening- one change made to the Tigers starting eleven as Corry Evans replaced Seyi Olofinjana. The first real chances of the evening were a couple of efforts from Luciano Becchio before Cameron Stewart forced a corner for the hosts, but Robert Koren's ball in was cleared.   Robert Snodgrass fired wide as things got off to a ....


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Blackpool 1 Hull City 1

    Blackpool legend and sometimes ( apparently) nowadays a sometime church organist alongside his BBC punditry, may have been moved to compose a lament for three points lost after Matt Fryatt popped up late on to steal a point in a game his beloved Tangerines had dominated. Just one change was made as Corry Evans dropped out in place of forgotten man Seyi Olofinjana- the home side ....


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Hull City 0 Brighton & Hove Albion 0

Some may observe that the match itself was a mere sideshow to the club's widely-publicised ' Boys Night' offer- but to do so would miss the point. Nick Barmby opted for a solitary change to his side as Cameron Stewart replaced Aaron McLean, who took a seat on the bench alongside keeper Peter Gulacsi- who has made a return from a spell out injured. The change of frontman could easily have reaped ....


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Birmingham City 0 Hull City 0

  A good point was ground out at St Andrews on Tuesday night as the Tigers kept a grip on a Championship play-off place. Just one change was made to the side which had started on Saturday as Aaron McLean replaced Cameron Stewart, who dropped to the substitutes bench- Corry Evans having a good chance almost straight from the whistle as his twenty yard effort was blown over on what was an ....


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Hull City 3 Bristol City 0

      On another weekend when it seemed the Arctic weather conditions would be the only winner, the Tigers left their visitors snowed in by a performance full of icy efficiency. Just one change was made to the starting eleven, Robbie Brady in for Aaron McLean- proceedings kicking off amid freezing temperatures, bracing Yorkshire winds making themselves felt around the KC ....


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Hull City 0 Doncaster Rovers 0

  Fans are always right to expect a battle when local pride is at stake, but few could have predicted a stalemate as frustrating as this- Matt Fryatt coming in for Robbie Brady in the one change to what is developing into a fairly regular team selection. It was the hosts who made most of the early running, Robert Koren's low shot going straight to keeper David Button, a Corry Evans drive ....


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Hull City 0 Crawley Town 1

  A much changed Tigers side became the latest victims of this season's FA Cup giant-killers on Saturday afternoon. The visitors stuck to their gameplan from the first minute, David Hunt's long throws a particular headache before debutant Josh King, on loan from Manchester United, just failed to pick out Matt Fryatt in the six yard box with a wayward cross after a good run down the left ....


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Reading 0 Hull City 1

  City enjoyed their own early Reading Festival on Saturday afternoon, a Robbie Brady strike earning all three points for the visitors. He came in for Matt Fryatt in the one change to the starting eleven, new loan signing Joshua King having to settle for a place among the substitutes- Simon Church heading wide for the Royals from a Michail Antonio cross in the first real chance of note, a ....


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Hull City 1 Peterborough United 0

      City returned to winning ways on Saturday afternoon- just one change made to the side as Trevor Carson, on loan from Sunderland, took a pew among the substitutes as back-up to Vito Mannone, warmly received as he once again took his place in goal following his return on loan from Arsenal. But for all the home goodwill, it was the visitors who were out of the traps ....


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Hull City 3 Ipswich Town 1

      Progress to the fourth round of the FA Cup was City's reward for brushing aside Ipswich Town this afternoon. Seven changes were made to the side as loanee Vito Mannone came in for a second debut in goal, with Liam Cooper, Paul McShane, Joe Dudgeon, Richard Garcia, Tom Cairney and Robbie Brady also given starts. It was a free kick from Brady which served as the first real ....


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Hull City 0 Derby County 1

      The new year got off to a far from dream start for Nick Barmby and his men as Derby took the points from 2012's opening home clash. Two changes were made from the defeat to Burnley as the injured Peter Gulacsi was replaced by Adriano Basso between the posts and Liam Rosenior returned from suspension in place of Paul McShane- the Rams given an early chance to go on the ....


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Burnley 1 Hull City 0

  The afternoon at Turf Moor provided a far from satisfactory postscript to 2011 for the Tigers on Saturday- a spot of calamity allowing Burnley to snatch the win. Paul McShane came in from the cold for a first full appearance of the season in place of the suspended Liam Rosenior, Tom Cairney taking the Irishman's usual spot on the bench as the travelling contingent in the stands did their ....


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