All posts tagged with: Abel Hernandez

Hull City Season Preview: tough summer

Steve Bruce’s exit last July appeared to be the first sign that all wasn’t well at Hull City. The club suffered relegation from the Premier League after just one season, as supporter David Morley discusses. Bruce’s exit came at a time when the club had just been promoted, and should’ve been well underway with making… Read more →

Jarrod Bowen’s time to shine?

Prior to Hull City’s encounter with Southampton on Sunday, they had seven players ruled out, six through injury. In the first 25 minutes, the East Yorkshire side also lost both strikers Will Keane and Abel Hernandez, yet scraped a 2-1 win. It was an important victory, following a six-league game losing streak, but not necessarily… Read more →

Hull City Season Preview: Bruce’s exit

Since clinching promotion at Wembley, Hull City have generated more news on the manager position than on players signing. A turbulent summer for the Tigers means whichever manager comes in will have less than 11 days to prepare his side for next Saturday’s visit of champions Leicester. It promises to be a tough season – supporter… Read more →

Four in a row for Bruce

In a league as competitive as the Championship, it is not easy to win one promotion, let alone four in a row. That is what Steve Bruce has achieved, after his Hull City side won 1-0 against Sheffield Wednesday in the play-off final, thanks to Mohamed Diame’s stunning strike. Although his team had finish higher… Read more →

Burnley: the summer ahead

Burnley are up. After a difficult summer that involved rekindling confidence and replacing key men, Sean Dyche has guided the Clarets back to the top flight at the first time of asking. They have not always played entertaining football, yet they retain the grit and discipline required to take points when not at their best, which is… Read more →

Snodgrass free-kick splits Hull and Wolves

Robert Snodgrass’ last minute free-kick kept Hull’s slim automatic promotion hopes alive in a tight 2-1 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers. The Tigers got an early goal thanks to Adam Diamonde’s tap-in but were pegged back by Dave Edwards’ header. Snodgrass’ winner was a touch harsh on Wolves, who had shown defensive discipline to keep the promotion challengers at… Read more →