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The Tiger | Official Matchday Programme of Hull City | Issue 11 Hull City vs Reading | Sky Bet Championship Saturday 12th November, 2022 | KO 3pm | MKM Stadium

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ISSUE 11 // £3.00

vs READING

SAT 12 NOV 22 // 3PM


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CLUB DIRECTORY

Chairman >> Acun Ilıcalı

Vice-Chairman >> Tan Kesler

First-Team Management

Head Coach >> Liam Rosenior

Assistant Head Coach >> Justin Walker

Assistant Head Coach >> Andy Dawson

Goalkeeping Coach >> Barry Richardson

Head of Recruitment >> Lee Darnbrough

THE TIGER

Editor >> Joe Brown​

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Design >> Julian Tredinnick

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of the Club and shall not be reproduced

without permission. The views of the individual

contributors do not necessarily reflect those

of the Club.

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ONE DREAM.


ONE FAMILY.

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ONE DREAM.


CHAIRMAN

WELCOME

ACUN ILICALI

GOOD AFTERNOON AND WELCOME BACK TO THE MKM STADIUM FOR

OUR EFL CHAMPIONSHIP FIXTURE AGAINST READING…

This is my first set of notes since the

appointment of our new head coach Liam

Rosenior. When I had my first meeting

with Liam, I could tell straight away he

was the right man for the job. He is a

young and talented coach, who has a deep

connection with the club and the city from

his service as a player, but more importantly

for me has a desire to get our talented

squad playing attacking and entertaining

football. We share the same ambition of

where we want this great football club to

be, and together with your support I am

sure we can make that dream a reality.

I would also like to welcome Justin Walker

to the club as our new assistant head coach.

Justin is an experienced coach from his time

with Derby County alongside Liam, and he

will be a valuable member of our family and

someone the players will learn a lot from.

With the appointment of Liam, I would personally

like to thank Andy Dawson for his time as interim

head coach. ‘Daws’ did an exceptional job

under the circumstances and alongside ‘Baz’

(Barry Richardson) produced some great wins

over Wigan Athletic, Blackpool and Rotherham

United. I am delighted that Andy will continue

to be an integral part of the first team set

up as Liam’s assistant head coach alongside

Justin. Furthermore, I would like to wish Robbie

Stockdale all the best in his future endeavors as

he leaves the club. He volunteered his expertise

to help us out during the transition period

between head coaches and we really appreciated

his input; he is welcome back any time!

This is our final game before the FIFA World

Cup break. Assessing the season so far, we are

not in the position we would have liked to have

been in, however injuries have been cruel to us,

and I am confident that with a mini-preseason

for Liam to coach the boys in his style of play,

we will return from the break a better side.

The Championship is very tight, and it only

takes a short run of wins for a side to rapidly

climb the table, which will be the target for

the squad when league matches resume.

During the World Cup break, the boys will

travel to my home country Türkiye for a warm

weather training camp in Antalya, along with

320 fans who will experience the very best of

Turkish hospitality. I can’t wait to see you all and

look forward to an incredible week together!

Heading back to the game this afternoon, I

would like to welcome Reading’s directors,

players, staff and fans to the MKM Stadium.

Finally, I would like to thank you for your

continued support throughout the season so far.

We have seen an average of 16,500 fans at the

MKM Stadium and made some changes to the

pre-match experience which has generated such

a fantastic atmosphere that I’m sure will only

get better and better as we climb the table.

I know you will be 100% behind Liam this

afternoon in his first home match in charge

and back the boys to get the three points!

Up the Tigers!

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ONE DREAM.


Every time the Tigers score

a league goal at home this

season, KCOM will donate

a full Umbro kit to a local

youth team.

Find out more and nominate

a team at

kcomhome.com/kcomkits


HEAD NOTES COACH

LIAM

ROSENIOR

GOOD AFTERNOON AND WELCOME TO THE MKM STADIUM

FOR TODAY’S CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH AGAINST READING.

For my first permanent management job to

be at this football club is really special for

me and my family. Twelve years ago, I met

my nan in the Toby Carvery in Willerby to

tell her I was signing here. She passed away

a year ago this month and we cremated

her at Cottingham cemetery in the amber

and black. This is a club I love and I have

huge motivation for us to be successful.

I feel I understand what Hull as a city

represents and the working-class values

of hard work, honesty and integrity, which

is what I aim to bring. The first thing

I asked from the players was to show

passion, character and resilience. They

passed that test with a resolute display

to keep a clean sheet after going down

to 10 men at Millwall, which shows the

people we have in the dressing room.

Although we haven’t had much time yet on

the training ground, I’ve challenged the

players to take on board the philosophy

we want to implement. My style of play is

very different; it’s a unique identity and the

process will take time. Against Cardiff City,

we completely dominated the first half and

deserved our lead. We made a mistake, which

is going to happen, and went 2-1 down,

but it’s about how you respond. The players

showed resilience and the positive reaction

I am looking for to come away with the win,

and I couldn’t have been prouder of them.

I would like to extend a warm welcome

to Reading manager Paul Ince, his staff,

players and their fans to today’s game. Paul

played with my dad at West Ham United

and had an unbelievable playing career.

He’s done a really good job at Reading,

but we need to see today as another

opportunity to show what we’re about. If

we can win today, it will put us in a good

place for the World Cup break, when we’ll

have more time to work with the group.

To achieve success as a football club, we

need all of us to be together. This is a

process and you as supporters are vitally

important in everything we do. Togetherness

and spirit can go a long way and I ask you

to applaud and encourage the players as

much as you can, especially at home.

We are all in this together.

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THANK YOU KEN!

At this afternoon’s game against Reading,

Hull City will be paying respect to those

who fought and paid the ultimate sacrifice

during times of conflict. With members

of the Royal British Legion invited to this

afternoon’s fixture, the club would like

to thank Chairman Ken Simmonds for all

his hard work with him retiring this year.

Ken served 22 years as a Chief Technician

in the Royal Air Force, serving in the UK,

Germany, Malaya, Cyprus and the RAF Can

in the Maldives Islands. Ending his RAF

career as the Warrant Officer in the Hull RAF

recruiting office, Ken has been Chairman

of the Hull branch of The Royal British

Legion for the past five years and has also

sat on the County executive committee.

“It has been very good working for the Royal

British Legion; I have thoroughly enjoyed

it,” said Simmonds. “I have done all the

jobs as you work your way up. I worked as

a secretary before becoming Chairman.

“When I retired, it was the case of do

I sit in a chair or try and do something

and I have never been for one to sit

around! I wanted to help people and

you get to meet new people.

“This time is a pinnacle part, but a sad time

of the year. A lot of remembrance goes on

and there are different ways where people

deal with it. The services we do with the

club have developed over the years and

it has been an honour to be a part of.”

As part of our remembrance service,

both captains will carry poppy wreaths

out towards the centre circle before Ken

Simmonds will present the match ball to

referee Gavin Ward. The teams will line-up

around the centre circle before Ken will read

out the Exhortation before the Last Post.

At 14:57, following the conclusion of the

Last Post, there will be a minute’s silence,

with the Reveille, played by the Bugle

player, to signal the end of the minute’s

silence. The Kohima Prayer will then

be read out by Ken before kick-off.

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WELCOME

READING

THIS AFTERNOON WE WELCOME

READING TO THE MKM STADIUM FOR

ANOTHER FIXTURE IN THE 2022/23

SKY BET CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON…

FACTFILE:

Name:

Reading Football Club

Formed:

1871

Nickname:

The Royals

Stadium:

Select Car Leasing Stadium

Capacity:

24,161

Opposition Focus by: Oliver Harsley

2022/23 SEASON:

13th

Played: 20 (Won: 8, Drawn: 2, Lost: 10)

Goal Difference: -8 (For: 21, Against: 29)

Most League Appearances:

Tom Ince,

Jeff Hendrick &

Tom Holmes (20)

Top League Goalscorer:

Tom Ince &

Lucas João (4)

Most Assists: Tom Ince (3)

Last Match:

L 2-0

(v Watford)

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THE

BOSS

Paul Ince:

Paul Ince began his managerial career in

October 2006 when he became player-manager

at Macclesfield Town. He prevented the

SIlkmen from dropping out of the Football

League and subsequently joined MK Dons in

June 2007. Ince guided the Dons to the League

Two title and promotion into League One and

also picked up the Football League Trophy.

He then took charge of Premier League side

Blackburn Rovers and lasted just over five

months in the job as he was sacked in December

2008. This was followed by short spells with MK

Dons and Notts County. In February 2013, Ince

became manager of Blackpool and spent less

than a year in charge of the Seasiders. Nine years

later, he became interim manager of Reading

alongside Michael Gilkes and helped keep the

Royals in the Championship. Ince was named

permanent manager of Reading in May 2022.

2022 SUMMER

TRANSFER WINDOW:

The Royals had a very busy transfer

window which saw them sign Naby Sarr,

Tom Ince, Shane Long, Sam Hutchinson,

Dean Bouzanis and Nesta Guinness-

Walker on permanent deals. Andy Carroll

and Amadou Mbengue subsequently

joined the club after the transfer window

closed. Youngsters Ethan Burnett, Ayyuba

Jambang, John Clarke, Michael Craig

and Lui Bradbury all joined Reading’s

Under-21 squad. Burnett is

currently out on loan. Meanwhile,

Jack Timberlake signed for

the Royals’ Under-18 squad.

Outgoing wise, first-team players John

Swift, Andy Rinomhota, Josh Laurent, Alen

Halilović, Brandon Barker, Michael Morrison,

Ethan Bristow, Ørjan Nyland, Marc McNulty,

Felipe Araruna and Terell Thomas all

departed permanently. George Puşcaş and

Luke Southwood were sent out on loan.

Five players of their Under-21 squad and

one player of their Under-18 squad

also left the Royals while Jeriel

Dorsett was sent out on loan.

These were joined by the loan signings

of Jeff Hendrick, Mamadou Loum, Baba

Rahman, Joe Lumley and Tyrese Fornah.

Hendrick, Rahman and Fornah all arrived

from the Premier League, Lumley joined

from a fellow Championside side and

Loum was signed from Liga Portugal.

ONE FAMILY.

Dean Bouzanis

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Tyrese Fornah

ONE DREAM.

Shane Long


MEET

OPPOSITION

THE

BETWEEN THE POSTS:

Since joining on loan from Middlesbrough

in the summer, Joe Lumley has been

Reading’s first choice goalkeeper this

season. Lumley has made 39 appearances

for his parent club and has previously played

for clubs including Queens Park Rangers,

Bristol Rovers, Blackpool, Doncaster Rovers

and Accrington Stanley. He has amassed

over 195 career appearances thus far.

Lumley’s main deputy is Dean Bouzanis.

Bouzanis joined the Royals from League

Two side Sutton United this summer and has

made three league appearances so far for

his new club. The 32-year-old has registered

just over 250 appearances in his career for

clubs such as Oldham Athletic, Western

Sydney Wanderers and Melbourne City.

Further cover is provided by 21-yearold

Jökull Andrésson. Andrésson is an

academy graduate and has had loan

spells at Hungerford Town, Exeter City

and Morecambe. However, he is yet

to make a senior appearance for the

Royals. An Icelandic international, he

has earned one cap for his country.

AT THE BACK:

Tom Holmes, Tom McIntyre and Andy

Yiadom have all featured regularly as part

of the Royals defence this season. Holmes

and McIntyre have both come through the

Reading academy and made a combined

total of over 175 club appearances. McIntyre

has two league goals this season. Yiadom

has spent over four years at Reading and

is their club captain. He has represented

the club 150 times and is also a Ghanaian

international having earned 24 caps.

Nesta Guinness-Walker, Baba Rahman and

Amadou Mbengue have also been utilised on

a regular basis. Out of the three, Guinness-

Walker has featured the most with 10 league

appearances under his belt. Rahman is on

his second successive season-long loan

with the Royals from Chelsea and has made

23 appearances for his parent club which

includes 15 Premier League appearances

and four Champions League appearances.

Other defensive options include John Clarke,

Naby Sarr, Kelvin Abrefa, Nelson Abbey,

Liam Moore and Scott Dann. Clarke, Sarr,

Abrefa and Abbey have all been utilised by

the Royals so far this season. Sarr has one

league goal to his name.

Moore and Dann have

amassed over 825

career appearances

between them,

but haven’t

featured

in the

league this

season due

to respective

injuries.

Joe

Lumley

Andy

Yiadom

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IN THE MIDDLE:

Jeff Hendrick and Sam Hutchinson

both provide a great amount of valuable

experience to the Royals midfield. Hendrick

is one of three ever presents in the Reading

squad this season and has one league

goal to his name. He has made over 410

career appearances and is a Republic of

Ireland international with 75 caps and two

goals. Hutchinson has racked up over 240

appearances for clubs including Chelsea,

Nottingham Forest and Sheffield Wednesday

and has contributed one assist for the Royals.

Tyrese Fornah, Mamadou Loum and Ovie

Ejaria have all been regularly utilised by

Reading as part of their midfield this season.

Fornah has one league goal and one assist,

Loum has one league goal to his name

and Ejaria has provided one assist. Loum,

on a season-long loan from FC Porto, has

appeared in both the Champions League

and Europa League for his parent club.

Elsewhere, other midfield options in Reading’s

squad include Michael Craig, Mamadi

Camará, Kian Leavy and Dejan Tetek.

Craig and Camará have

made three league

appearances between

them this season.

Meanwhile, Leavy

and Tetek haven’t

featured in the

league thus far.

However, Leavy

did make an

appearance in

the Carabao

Cup.

UPFRONT:

There are a couple of former Tigers players

in Reading’s forward line and Tom Ince is

one of them. Ince made 13 appearances

and scored one goal in a Tigers shirt in

the first half of the 2014/15 season. He is

Reading’s joint top scorer this season with

four league goals and has also contributed

three assists which is the most in their squad.

The other former Tigers attacker within the

Royals squad is Shane Long. Long spent just

under seven months at the club and scored

four goals in 17 appearances before being

sold to Southampton in August 2014 for a

£12m fee. The 35-year-old is into his second

spell as a Reading player and has one league

goal and one assist so far this season. He

is a Republic of Ireland international and

has won 87 caps and scored 16 goals.

Other attackers that have been utilised by the

Royals in the league this season are Lucas

João, Yakou Méïté, Andy Carroll, Junior

Hoilett and Kelvin Ehibhatiomhan. João has

four league goals, Méïté has two

league goals and two assists,

Carroll has two league goals

to his name and Hoilett

has one league goal.

Ehibhatiomhan hasn’t

registered a goal

or assist in the

league, but did

get himself on

the scoresheet

in the Carabao

Cup.

Jeff

Hendrick

Yakou

Méïté

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ONE DREAM.


WE MEET AGAIN…

WE LOOK AT THE PREVIOUS ENCOUNTERS AGAINST TODAY'S OPPOSITION READING…

2022- Tigers Comfortably

Beat Royals

Hull City picked up a 3-0 victory against

Reading at the MKM Stadium in April

2022. Keane Lewis-Potter put the Tigers in

front in the 40th minute with a thunderous

strike after cutting in off the left wing.

2011- Brady Fires Tigers

to First Home Victory

This fixture in August 2011 resulted

in the Tigers winning 1-0 in front of

over 17,200 spectators. Robbie Brady

scored the only goal of the game which

The lead was doubled in the 53rd minute

when Alfie Jones got his first goal for the

club after getting on the end of a George

Honeyman cross. Deep into added time,

Lewis-Potter bagged his second goal of

the game as he slotted the ball past Royals

keeper Ørjan Nyland to put the icing on

the cake for Shota Arveladze’s side.

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came in the 73rd minute and it was a

wonderful strike from the Irishman.

Nigel Pearson’s team withstood late

pressure from the Royals and held out

to secure all three points. Over the

course of the 2011/12 season, Brady

scored three goals in 39 appearances.

1960- Clarke Brace

Helps Earn Win

On Saturday 10th September 1960,

Hull City had an excellent away day

which saw them win 4-2 at Elm Park.

A Doug Clarke brace in addition to goals

from Eric McMillan and Chris Chilton ensured

that Bob Brocklebank’s Tigers picked up

their first win at Reading since 1948. Chilton

was the top scorer for the Tigers in the

1960/61 campaign with 19 goals scored

in 41 appearances. Clarke got himself 10

goals whilst McMillan scored three goals.

1928- Clinical Tigers Secure

Comprehensive Victory

In October 1928, over 12,600

spectators watched the Tigers cruise

to a 3-0 win at Anlaby Road.

Bill McCracken’s side earned the points

courtesy of a James Walsh brace and a Ken

McDonald goal. McDonald finished the

1928/29 season as the club’s top scorer having

scored 23 goals in 32 appearances. Walsh

had a tally of nine goals in 33 appearances.

James Walsh

Doug Clarke

OVERALL RECORD: GAMES PLAYED: 57 HULL CITY WINS: 19 READING WINS: 18 DRAWS: 20

TOTAL GOALS: 132 HULL CITY GOALS: 64 READING GOALS: 68

HOME RECORD: GAMES PLAYED: 29 HULL CITY WINS: 11 READING WINS: 8 DRAWS: 10

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SHARED

SHIRTS

PAU L

McSHANE

Heritage Number: #914

Hull City Career: 136 appearances, 5 goals

Reading Career: 103 appearances, 4 goals

Hailing from Wicklow, Paul McShane

began his career with Manchester United

where he signed as a 16-year-old in 2002.

He didn’t make a senior appearance

for the Red Devils, but gained first

team football on loan at Walsall and

Brighton & Hove Albion. Following his

stint with the Seagulls, McShane left Old

Trafford permanently and joined West

Bromwich Albion in August 2006.

He spent just one season with the Baggies

in which he made 42 appearances and

scored three goals. In July 2007, he

signed for Sunderland who initially paid

£1.5m for his services. McShane racked

up 22 appearances in his first season at

the Black Cats before being loaned out

to the Tigers in August 2008. Until being

recalled by his parent club, he registered

19 appearances and scored one goal.

McShane returned to the Tigers on a

permanent deal in August 2009. Over the

next couple of years, he struggled to gain

consistent game time. This led to him having

loan spells at Barnsley and Crystal Palace.

Under the management of Steve Bruce,

McShane regained his spot as part of the

Tigers defence and helped the club earn

promotion to the Premier League in the

2012/23 season. The following season, he

made a substitute appearance in the 2014

FA Cup Final.

In May 2015, McShane departed after six

years at the club and subsequently joined

Reading on a free transfer. In his first three

seasons with the Royals, he was a regular

feature. However, opportunities became

limited and he was released at the end

of the 2018/19 campaign. He then spent

two seasons with Rochdale in League One

and returned to Manchester United in July

2021. McShane made a few appearances for

their Under-23 squad in the EFL Trophy.

McShane retired from professional football

following the conclusion of the 2021/22

season. He made over 410 appearances

in his career, scored 19 goals and earned

33 caps for the Republic of Ireland. He is

currently a Professional Development Phase

coach in the Manchester United academy.

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TIGERS

TRIVIA

ONCE OUR PRE-MATCH OR HALF-

TIME ENTERTAINMENT HAS

FINISHED, WHY NOT TAKE PART IN

OUR LITTLE TIGERS TRIVIA QUIZ?

YOU’LL FIND SIX RANDON

QUESTIONS RELATING TO

THE CLUB BELOW. LET’S

SEE HOW YOU GET ON!

1] Which player made his 50th appearance

for Hull City in our EFL Championship

fixture against Millwall last weekend?

2] Can you name this former Hull City and

Reading player form their career path?

• Chelsea (1995-2000)

Reading (Loan) (1998-1999)

• Preston North End (Loan) (1999)

• Brentford (Loan) (1999-2000)

• West Bromwich Albion (Loan) (2000)

• West Bromwich Albion (2000-2010)

Hull City (Loan) (2008)

3] Who scored an injury-time winner

against Reading in our 2-1 win over

the Royals in December 2015?

4] True or False? Our first competitive

win over Reading back in September

1926 was decided by an own goal.

5] Current Reading striker Tom Ince scored

one goal in 13 appearances during his

spell with Hull City, but which current

Championship team did he score against?

6] How many appearances combined did

former Hull City and Reading midfielder

James Harper make for both clubs?

Answers: 1. Ryan Longman, 2. Neil Clement, 3. Jake Livermore, 4. True, 5. West Bromwich Albion, 6. 379

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IN A BLUR

IN A BLUR

Can you name the blurred

player featured here?

IN A BLUR

TIGER CUBS

B

C

E

A

D

SPOT THE BALL! Can you guess what position the real ball is in?

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SPOT THE

DIFFERENCE:

Can you find

all six?

HOW DID

YOU DO?

Answers:

In a Blur: Tyler Smith

Spot the Ball: C

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RELIVE

THE

ACTION

HULL CITY 1

Christie (60’)

MIDDLESBROUGH 3

Akpom (30’), Figueiredo (63’ OG), Christie (80’ OG)

LINE-UPS:

Hull City: 13 Baxter ; 33 Christie ⚽⚽, Middlesbrough: 1 Steffen ; 14 Smith , 6 Fry,

6 Figueiredo ⚽, 4 Greaves , 21 Fleming; 26 Lenihan, 3 Giles; 2 I. Jones , 16 Howson ,

15 Woods, 24 Seri; 8 Docherty, 7 Tufan, 27 Slater; 30 Hackney , 8 McGree; 29 Akpom ⚽, 21 Forss

19 Estupiñán

Subs: 1 Ingram , 2 Coyle (for Fleming 72’),

5 A. Jones, 11 Sinik (for Woods 55’), 16 Longman

(for Tufan 80’), 17 McLoughlin

Referee: Dean Whitestone Attendance: 16,445

Subs: 23 Roberts , 4 Mowatt (for Hackney 90+2’),

9 Muniz Carvalho (for Forss 70’), 13 Hoppe,

15 Dijksteel (for I. Jones 90+2’), 17 McNair, 25 Crooks

(for McGree 84’)

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PLAYER IN FOCUS

#13 NATHAN

BAXTER

HERITAGE NUMBER: #1105

Hull City Career: 29 appearances

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AFTER SEEING HIS SIDE DEFEND RESOLUTELY WITH 10 MEN TO

SECURE A GOALLESS DRAW AGAINST MILLWALL IN HIS FIRST

GAME IN CHARGE AT THE DEN, LIAM ROSENIOR WILL BE LOOKING

FORWARD TO THE UPCOMING FOUR-WEEK BREAK TO WORK WITH

HIS PLAYERS AND CONTINUE TO GET HIS IDEAS ACROSS.

Goalkeeper Nathan Baxter played a

key role in South East London, and has

been impressed by the impact Rosenior

has made since being appointed as our

new head coach just over a week ago.

“When you come to a place like this which

is tough enough anyway, to go down to 10

men (and to still get a result), is credit to all

the boys,” said Baxter after last weekend’s

game against the Lions. “The way we’ve

been organised this week has been great. We

were so calm on the ball. It didn’t feel like

we had 10 men, particularly in the second

half. It’s been a really good few days.

“I’m just excited, because if you can see

that sort of difference after just two days

of work, it’s going to be great when we

have the break and we can really get on

the training pitch and work on things.

I think there’s a lot more to come.”

Rosenior only had two training sessions

with the players before last weekend’s trip

to The Den, but Baxter says he made an

immediate impact on the training pitch.

“You can see his organisation - everyone

knows their job,” explained Baxter. “Not

many teams come to Millwall and keep the

ball like that, particularly when you’ve got

players like Tom Bradshaw pressing, and

we all know how good George Honeyman

is at pressing. It was a

good performance.

“I was really proud as well

because the boys in front of

me have worked really hard.

We just haven’t had the rub of

the green with clean sheets.

I’ve found in my career that

sometimes they’re like

buses, you don’t get one

for a while and then you can go on a run like

we proved last season.”

“I was pleased with how good we were on

the ball. There’s still a lot more to come

as we weren’t perfect. It was a massive

improvement. We had some really nice

passages of play and with 11 men on the

pitch, they would be translating into chances.”

Today’s game against Reading is our final

outing before the FIFA World Cup and

provides a good opportunity to head into the

four-week break on a high by securing three

points in front of the home faithful at the

MKM Stadium. Baxter is confident that last

weekend’s result against Millwall can give the

players plenty of confidence moving forward.

“It gives us belief that the organisation that

he’s put into practice doesn’t just work on

the training pitch, but it works at places

like this,” added Baxter. “If you can

defend like that out of possession

with 10 men and keep the ball like

that, then there’s no reason why we

can’t dominate games and comfortably

win games when we’ve got 11.”

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RELIVE

THE

ACTION

MILLWALL 0

HULL CITY 0

Millwall: 1 Long ; 2 McNamara, 15 Cresswell,

5 Cooper , 11 Malone; 8 Mitchell, 23 Saville;

39 Honeyman, 10 Flemming, 14 Burey; 9 Bradshaw

Subs: 33 Białkowski , 6 Evans (for McNamara 86’),

16 Shackleton (for Mitchell 86’), 17 Styles (for

Honeyman 65’), 20 Bennett (for Burey 65’),

21 Voglsammer (for Saville 66’), 25 Olaofe

LINE-UPS:

Referee: John Busby Attendance: 14,488

Hull City: 13 Baxter ; 33 Christie, 6 Figueiredo,

5 A. Jones, 4 Greaves ; 15 Woods, 24 Seri;

27 Slater, 20 Pelkas , 16 Longman; 19 Estupiñán

Subs: 1 Ingram , 2 Coyle (for Woods 74’),

7 Tufan, 8 Docherty (for Pelkas 52’), 11 Sinik,

17 McLoughlin (for Slater 80’), 22 T. Smith

(for Longman 80’)

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HERITAGE

NUMBERS

In association with Mike Scott at @oncloudseven1

THROUGHOUT THE 2022/23 SEASON, WE WILL BE RANDOMLY SELECTING

ONE HERITAGE NUMBER AS WE FOCUS ON THEIR PLAYING CAREER…

#386

GEORGE MURPHY

Hull City First Appearance: 20th December

1947 v Lincoln City [H] (Division Three

North), 32 years, 151 days old

Hull City Career: 16 appearances, 10 goals

Hull City Final Appearance: 26th March

1948 v New Brighton [A] (Division Three

North), 32 years, 248 days old

A versatile player that could operate

primarily either as a centre-forward or

full-back, George “Spud” Murphy was

born in Wattsville, Wales, on the 22nd

July 1915. Beginning his youth career

with Pontllandraith and Cwmfelinfach

Colts, Murphy made the switch to

Bradford City in October 1934.

During his four seasons prior to World

War Two, plus the season and a half after

the conflict, Murphy made nearly 200

appearances in all competitions, scoring

nearly 50 goals. Operating in almost every

position under five different managers at

Bradford, he finished as the club’s top scorer

in the 1936/37 season despite the Bantams’

relegation from the Second Division.

His prime professional football years were

denied to him by the conflict, with Murphy

serving in the RAF as an electrician. However,

he did play many wartime fixtures. Due to

player registrations held by clubs being

temporarily suspended, Murphy featured

for many clubs. At one point, he played for

eight different clubs in nine weeks. He also

represented Wales twice in non-capped 1943

and 1944 internationals against England.

Returning back to Bradford after the conflict,

Murphy was the club’s top scorer with 15

goals. This encouraged Hull City to pay

£1,500 to sign Murphy in December 1947.

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Making an immediate impact by scoring

seven goals in five starts, a dip in form from

both Murphy and the club saw the Tigers

recruit Raich Carter in March 1948. Murphy

was suspended for the remainder of the

1947/48 season by the FA for a string of

misdemeanours. In August 1948, Murphy

refused the revised terms offered by City and

was placed on the transfer list before joining

Scunthorpe United in the same month.

A year later, he joined Scarborough and

netted 52 goals in two seasons for the

Midland League side. His final season

was at Goole Town, retiring in 1952.

After retirement, Murphy became a

licensed victualler and was landlord at

pubs in Hull and South Leeds. He settled

in Tingley, Morley, in later life, where

he sadly died in December 1983.

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please visit www.oncloudseven.com

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IN WAR TIME

HULL CITY

DURING BOTH THE FIRST AND SECOND WORLD WARS, HULL CITY STILL

PARTICIPATED IN FOOTBALL COMPETITIONS AT TIMES OF CONFLICT…

For more information on Hull City during wartime, please visit: https://tigerbase.hullcity.com/wartime-matches.php

WW1

Games Played: 142 (Wins: 61, Draws: 25, Losses: 56)

Goals: 506 (Scored: 247, Conceded: 259)

The first wartime season came in 1915/16,

as the Tigers competed in both the

Principal and Secondary competitions

in the Midlands Section. The first game

played was a 2-0 away defeat against Notts

County on Saturday 4th September 1915.

The first wartime game played in Hull

came on the 11th of September, with the

Tigers defeating Derby County 4-2 at

Anlaby Road before defeating Sheffield

Wednesday by the same score line the

following week at Hillsborough. The first

wartime season ended with Hull City

finishing 11th in the Principal Competition

and fourth in the Secondary Competition.

A change of manager from Fred Stringer

to David Menzies followed for the Tigers

ahead of the 1916/17 season. For Menzies’

first game, the kick-off was delayed by

10 minutes as they played out a goalless

draw against Rotherham County in

front of 2,000 fans at Anlaby Road.

Sadly for Hull City, the final standings

weren’t improved on from last season,

finishing 11th in the Principal Competition

and ninth in the Secondary Competition.

The start of the 1917/18 season wasn’t

great either as the Tigers only won

once in their first seven games, losing

five, four of them by the one goal.

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However, Menzies’ men

went on a seven-game

winning streak, with the

pick of results being the

first win of the seven,

a 5-1 home win over

Bradford City. David

Mercer netted a hat-trick

in the fixture and he was

key in the run of games

David Mercier as he scored another

eight in six games, securing another hattrick

in 3-1 away win against Lincoln City.

The run ended with a 3-1 defeat against

Leicester Fosse, but the Tigers came roaring

back as they defeated Nottingham Forest

3-2 before destroying local rivals Grimsby

Town 7-1. Mercer netted one in that fixture

while Joe “Stanley” Smith, William “Tim”

Wright and Robert “Bobby” Hughes all

scored braces. At the end of the 1917/18

season, City had finished fourth in both the

Principal and Secondary competitions.

In the final season, 1918/19, the Tigers

began the campaign with a 2-0 victory over

Bradford City, courtesy of goals from Cecil

Potter and John Lee. Despite finishing

seventh in the Principal Competition, the

Tigers won the Secondary Competition,

defeating Grimsby Town in the final

two wartime fixtures 2-1 and 3-1.

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WW2

Games Played: 88 (Wins: 29, Draws: 10, Losses: 49)

Goals: 376 (Scored: 142, Conceded: 234)

Most clubs had played two games of their

respected league campaigns when World

War Two began, which were expunged from

the records. For the Tigers, they drew both

of them games, 2-2 at home to Lincoln City

and 1-1 away at Southport. Richard Lowe

netted in both games while Dai Davies also

scored against Lincoln. What was ironic was

Lowe was a summer signing from Sheffield

United but never played for City again in

any competition, meaning his professional

record with the club never existed.

The first wartime fixture in the second

conflict that City participated in was a

2-0 defeat away against Darlington on

Saturday 21st October 1939. Sadly for the

Tigers, this was the first of six consecutive

defeats before they earned their first

win in the North-East Regional League,

defeating Middlesbrough 3-0 courtesy

of finishes from Norman Anderson,

Harold Meens and John Prescott.

Prescott was key in the latter fixtures of

the 1939/40 season, netting 14 goals

in 16 league games, including scoring

all four goals in a 4-1 win over York

City. Ernest Blackburn’s men finished

seventh in the league and made it

to the second round of the Football

League War Cup after being knocked

out by Huddersfield Town in a replay.

The following year, the Tigers competed

in the North Regional League and finished

33rd out of 36, with position decided on

only goal difference. They also exited the

Football League War Cup in the second

round once again, losing in a replay against

Sheffield United. Prominent victories in

that season came in the form of a double

over Bradford City, defeating the Bantams

5-4 in September 1940 before defeating

them a month later at the Boulevard

Harold Meens

5-2, with Anderson netting a hat-trick

and Bert Knott securing a brace.

The final wartime season came in 1944/45,

with the Tigers finishing 49th in the

Football League North, 51st in the Football

League Wartime Cup North Qualifying

Competition, which was initially a minileague

of 60 teams, and 56th in the Second

Championship of the Football League North.

Ten of the fixtures towards the end of

wartime football were classed as both league

and cup matches, meaning it classed them

as two games played rather than one.

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IN WAR TIME

MANAGERS

HULL CITY HAD THREE MANAGERS DURING WARTIME

FOOTBALL. HERE, WE TAKE A LOOK AT ALL THE MANAGERS

WHO REPRESENTED US DURING TIMES OF CONFLICT…

Fred STRINGER

Manager Sequence Number: #5

Appointed manager in September 1914, Fred Stringer won

19 of 37 matches in charge of Hull City during the 1914/15

season, leaving him with a win percentage of 51.35%.

Once World War One began, Stringer managed the Tigers

for the entirety of the 1915/16 season. Finishing 11th in

the Midland Section Principal Competition and fourth in

the Midland Section Secondary Competition, Stringer left

on a winning note with a 1-0 home victory over Sheffield

Wednesday, courtesy of a goal on debut from Mark Thistleton.

David MENZIES

Manager Sequence Numbers: #6 & #15

Following Fred Stringer’s departure, David Menzies

took charge of Hull City for the rest of World War

One, following two years as trainer at the club.

In his wartime seasons, Menzies led the Tigers to win the Midland

Section Secondary Competition in the 1918/19 season after finishing

seventh in the Principal Competition. Following the conflict,

Menzies stayed in charge for the next two seasons before departing

in 1921. He would later return to manage the club in 1936.

Ernest BLACKBURN

Manager Sequence Number: #17

After David Menzies sadly passed away in office in October

1936, Ernest Blackburn took over at Hull City following

a temporary spell in charge from the club’s directors.

When World War Two began, Blackburn was in charge

of the club for the entirety of the conflict. Like Fred

Stringer, Blackburn ended his Hull City managerial

career with a win in the club’s final wartime fixture, a

2-1 away win at Millmoor against Rotherham United,

before he went on to manage Tranmere Rovers.

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IN WAR TIME

PLAYERS

TWO HUNDRED GUEST PLAYERS REPRESENTED HULL

CITY DURING WARTIME. HERE, WE TAKE A LOOK AT SOME

OF THE MOST NOTABLE DURING BOTH CONFLICTS…

James

SHERIDAN

Wartime Stats:

72 appearances, 2 goals

The guest player who made the most

wartime appearances for Hull City in either

conflict, James Sheridan joined from West

Stanley and featured in the club’s first ever

wartime fixture against Notts County.

Both of his goals came in his second season

with the club. After making 34 appearances

in his first campaign, he made another 34 in

his campaign, netting in a 2-0 home win over

Notts County on Christmas Day 1916 and in

a narrow 2-1 away defeat against Grimsby

Town. His final appearance came in a 3-1

home victory over Rotherham County on 10th

November 1917.

H.

WALLIS

Wartime Stats:

25 appearances, 11 goals

Our guest top scorer during World War

One, H. Wallis (first name unknown) scored

a brace in his first Hull City wartime

match, a 4-3 away defeat against Sheffield

Wednesday on 20th October 1917.

Featuring 21 times in 1917/18, Wallis scored

six of his seven goals that campaign in

victories over Bradford City, Rotherham

County, Barnsley and Lincoln City. The

following season, Wallis netted four goals

in four games, scoring in his final Hull

appearance in a 2-1 home defeat against

Lincoln City on 29th March 1919.

Jack

CURNOW

Wartime Stats:

62 appearances

The guest player who spent the longest

amount of time at the club during war,

spanning 2016 days, Jack Curnow joined

the Tigers from Tranmere Rovers and

played in the first wartime fixture of

World War Two against Darlington.

Curnow’s last appearance came in

the final wartime appearance against

Rotherham United on 28th April 1945,

which ended in a 2-1 victory for the Tigers,

before moving back to Tranmere.

Norman

ANDERSON

Wartime Stats:

41 appearances, 21 goals

A natural goalscorer during his two

seasons with Hull City, Norman Anderson

is the club’s guest top scorer in wartime

fixtures with 21 goals in 41 appearances.

Joining from Goole Town, Anderson

netted 10 goals in 18 league appearances

including his first of two hat-tricks in the

final game of the 1939/40 season, a 4-4

draw against Darlington. His other hattrick

came the following campaign in

a 5-2 home win over Bradford City.

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To mark the new season, we want to

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and enjoyable experience. We are

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This reflects the seriousness of

the risks to fans and staff – pyros

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ON MATCHES TH

Matt Wales - @Tiger_Base & Martin Batchelor - @TigerProgrammes

READING THROUGH OUR RICH HISTORY, WE TAKE A

LOOK AT GAMES WE PLAYED ON THIS DAY…

Games Played: 16 (Wins: 9, Draws: 3, Losses: 4*)

[*Lost 3-5 on pens against Atalanta after a 2-2 draw]

Goals: 54 (Scored: 39, Conceded: 17)

Saturday 12th November 1977

v Cardiff City (H) Division Two – W 4-1

Manager Bobby Collins earned his third win

in charge of Hull City with an impressive 4-1

home win over Cardiff City back in 1977.

Dave Stewart netted a brace in between

finishes from Alan Warboys and Ian Dobson

as 5,228 spectators saw the Tigers climb

to 11th in the Division Two table.

Hull City XI: J. Wealands, P. Daniel, R. deVries,

B. Bremner, I. Dobson, D. Roberts, C. Galvin, P.

Haigh, A. Warboys, B. Bannister, D. Stewart.

Saturday 12th November 1949

v Coventry City (H) Division Two – W 2-1

Two goals in eight second-half minutes

secured Hull City a 2-1 victory over

Coventry City on this day in 1949, in

front of 40,170 fans at Boothferry Park.

Netting on the 72nd and 80th minute,

Carter took his tally to 11 goals for

the season as the Tigers remained

third in the Division Two table.

Hull City XI: B. Bly, G. Bowler, T. Berry, J.

Greenhalgh, H. Meens, A. Mellor, K. Harrison,

D. Revie, V. Jensen, R. Carter, E. Burbanks.

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IS BIRTHDAYS

OVER 1,100 PLAYERS HAVE PLAYED A PROFESSIONAL

GAME FOR HULL CITY. HERE WE TAKE A LOOK AT

PLAYERS WHO WERE BORN ON THIS DAY…

12th November

BILL

JOHNSON

Heritage Number: #158

Hull City Career:

48 appearances

CLIFF

THORLEY

Heritage Number: #283

Hull City Career:

36 appearances, 5 goals

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FRANK

HARRISON

Heritage Number: #428

Hull City Career:

214 appearances

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TONY

WELDON

Heritage Number: #228

Hull City Career:

32 appearances, 6 goals

ALEX

SHARP

Heritage Number: #298

Hull City Career:

19 appearances, 4 goals

GARY

HOBSON

Heritage Number: #670

Hull City Career:

167 appearances

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RELIVE

THE

ACTION

CARDIFF CITY 2

Robinson (47’), Whyte (62’)

HULL CITY 3

Pelkas (4’), Slater (75’, 77’)

Cardiff City: 1 Allsop

; 2 Romeo, 38 Ng,

16 Nelson, 37 Nkounkou; 35 Rinomhota, 8 Ralls ;

10 Ojo, 19 Sawyers, 11 O’Dowda; 47 Robinson ⚽

Subs: 21 Alnwick

, 3 Bagan, 9 Etete, 12 Sang,

20 Whyte ⚽ (for Nkounkou 58’), 27 Colwill (for

Ojo 76’), 29 Harris (for Sawyers 58’)

LINE-UPS:

Referee: James Bell Attendance: 16,387

Hull City: 13 Baxter ; 33 Christie, 6 Figueiredo,

5 A. Jones, 4 Greaves ; 15 Woods, 24 Seri;

8 Docherty, 20 Pelkas ⚽, 27 Slater ⚽⚽;

16 Longman

Subs: 1 Ingram , 2 Coyle (for Longman 84’),

7 Tufan (for Woods 61’), 11 Sinik (for Pelkas 73’),

17 McLoughlin, 21 Fleming, 22 T. Smith

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to the final at Wembley but bring it on!”

The Tigers Trust would like to thank all of the

teams who participated in the tournament,

and we now wish South Hunsley the best of

luck in the next stage of the tournament!

UTILITA GIRLS CUP: SOUTH

HUNSLEY GIRLS DREAMING

OF WEMBLEY AGAIN

The Tigers Trust are proud to provide

opportunities for females to engage

with sport, and last week saw the Trust

host the local qualifier of the Utilita

Girls Cup at the University of Hull.

Twenty-eight teams took part in the

tournament, and it was South Hunsley

who would come out victorious

for the second year in a row.

The team, who lifted Utilita Girls Cup last year,

beat Beverley High School in a close final to

reach the next stage of the competition.

ELLIE TANSER INSPIRES PREMIER

LEAGUE CHANGEMAKERS GROUP

During one of the Tigers Trust's recent

Premier League Changemakers sessions,

Female Engagement Lead Ellis Tanser

discussed her career so far to a group

of Year 7 girls at The Marvell College.

Premier League Changemakers is a

programme that supports girls and young

women to develop their personal skills

and positive attitudes for leadership.

Ellie went through her career so far,

from first engaging with physical activity

to her role at the Tigers Trust now.

She also explained the importance of being

a role model, and the different qualities

and traits required to be a good leader.

To find more about the Premier

League Changemakers Programme

please visit: premierleague.com

Hull City’s Regan Slater and Tyler

Smith presented the team with their

medals, and also took the time to

get pictures with all players.

After the win, South Hunsley manager

Laura Bramhill said: “Our team showed

great composure and resilience to come

back from 1-0 down in the final to win.

“We now look forward to the next round,

we know it is a very tough journey to get

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UNDER-21'S UPDATE

THE UNDER-21S SECURED BACK-

TO-BACK VICTORIES IN THE

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LEAGUE OVER BURNLEY

AND COVENTRY CITY.

On Halloween, the Tigers travelled to

the Lancashire FA County Ground to face

Burnley. The Tigers opened the scoring on

eight minutes as James Scott met Harry

Wood’s corner delivery to head home.

Jim Simms doubled the lead three minutes later

after good initial pressing before Wood netted the

third from the penalty spot. Harvey Vale netted

the fourth as he connected with Tom Nixon’s cross

before Oliver Green and Billy Chadwick both

scored in the second half to complete the rout.

Conor Sellars’ side then welcomed Coventry to the

Dransfield Stadium. The Tigers dominated the first half

as Will Jarvis and Scott forced saves from Tom Billson

before Jay McGrath cleared the ball off the line.

Randell Williams hit the woodwork with a header

before the Tigers took the lead on

the 28th minute as Matty Jacob

rose highest to head home Andy

Cannon’s corner delivery. Xavier

Simons and Cannon both hit the

post with attempts before Billson

acrobatically denied Jarvis.

In the second half, Justin

Obikwu chipped effort over

the bar while Scott fired

two chances off target. At

the other end, Harrison Nee

forced a save from Harry Fisk

while Brad Stretton wasted two

opportunities to pull the visitors level.

U21s (v Coventry City): Fisk;

Emmanuel, Taylor, Jacob (C); Williams,

C. Jones, Simons, Jarvis; Vale, Scott

(Simms 73’), Cannon (Wood 73’). Unused

Subs: Macauley, Leckie, Chorlton.

Harry Fisk

The Under-21s will play their home fixtures

at North Ferriby FC’s ground, the Dransfield

Stadium, while the Under-18s play their

home games at Bishop Burton College.

*Played at the MKM Stadium.

Under-21s

8th Aug | Millwall (H)* | L 0-1

16th Aug | Bristol City (A) | L 4-2

22nd Aug | Watford (H)* | W 5-0

26th Aug | Ipswich Town (A) | L 4-2

5th Sep | Reading (H) | L 1-2

19th Sep | Birmingham City (H) | W 3-1

27th Sep | Sheffield Utd (A) | D 1-1

3rd Oct | Crewe Alexandra (H) | L 3-6

10th Oct | Peterborough Utd (H) | W 4-1

14th Oct | Sheffield Wed (A) | W 0-2

24th Oct | Wigan Athletic (H) | L 1-3

31st Oct | Burnley (A) | W 0-6

7th Nov | Coventry City (H) | W 1-0

22nd Nov | Barnsley (A) | 1pm

10th Jan | Peterborough (A) | 1pm

16th Jan | Sheffield Utd (H) | 7pm

23rd Jan | Birmingham City (A) | 1:30pm

31st Jan | Coventry City (A) | 2pm

13th Feb | Barnsley (H) | 7pm

20th Feb | Crewe Alexandra (A) | 1pm

27th Feb | Burnley (H) | 7pm

3rd Mar | Sheffield Wed (H)* | 5:30pm

20th Mar | Wigan Athletic (A) | 1pm

3rd Apr | Swansea City (A) | 12pm

14th Apr | Colchester Utd (H)* | 2pm

25th Apr | QPR (A) | 1pm

29th Apr | Cardiff City (H)* | 5:30pm

8th May | Charlton Athletic (A) | 2pm

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ACADEMY PLAYER FOCUS

JAEDYN

CHIBANGA

NETTING A HAT-TRICK IN THE UNDER-18S LAST LEAGUE

FIXTURE, JAEDYN CHIBANGA IS AIMING FOR MORE

GOALS THROUGHOUT THE 2022/23 SEASON…

The first-year scholar has operated either

at wing-back or upfront this season, with

him having the opportunity in recent

weeks to play in the latter of positions.

Scoring three against Burnley at Bishop

Burton College, the Under-18s

suffered a narrow 4-3 defeat in the

Professional Development League.

“I was very happy to score a hattrick,”

said Chibanga. “However, it

was disappointing to lose the game

as I was hoping once the third goal

went in to make it 3-2, I was hoping

we would win and be the hero, but we

annoyingly lost it in the last minute.”

One of 13 first-year scholars inducted

full-time into the academy in the

summer, Chibanga is enjoying the

challenge of being a scholar and

learning off management duo

John Anderson and Billy Clarke.

“The first year has been

good so far. It has been

tiring in training every day,

after stepping up from the

Under-16s last season, but

it has been easy to adapt

and it is very enjoyable.

“I have had a lot of help from the

pair of them,” explained Chibanga

when asked about Under-18s

management duo Anderson and

Clarke. “I have learned a lot from Billy with

him being an attacking player like myself.

John has been helpful in my defensive game,

especially when I have been playing further

back. He has helped me how to press, how

to defend as well as my positioning.”

After securing their first

points of the season against

Sheffield Wednesday and

Coventry City last month,

the Under-18, who were

reduced to ten men, suffered

a 6-0 defeat in the Professional

Development League Cup against

Lincoln City in their last outing.

The Under-18s next fixture is

Saturday 19th November,

as the Tigers travel to

Christopher Park to face

Wigan Athletic, kickoff:

12pm. Looking to

put the last two defeats

behind them, Chibanga is

confident the Tigers can

get back to winning ways.

“We have been working hard

this week in training to get

ready for Wigan. We played

them last season and they’re

a tough side, but hopefully

we can get on a win streak,

starting against Wigan.”

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ACADEMY UPDATE

PRE-ACADEMY

BEFORE THIS AFTERNOON’S EFL CHAMPIONSHIP FIXTURE AGAINST

READING, OUR PRE-ACADEMY TEAM WILL BE FLAG BEARING ON THE PITCH

IN ONE OF MANY OPPORTUNITIES THE TEAM HAVE EXPERIENCED…

During our open training session last

month, the boys got the opportunity

to train with the first-team players on

the MKM Stadium pitch. With this week

being EFL Youth Development week, the

academy wanted to thank one of the local

grassroots heroes who works alongside the

club to help supplement the pre-academy.

Keith Pinder is the League Administrator for

the Hull & District Youth Football League

as well as a volunteering director at the

East Riding FA. A keen Hull City fan, Pinder

explained his role with the Youth Football

League and his relationship with the academy.

“We currently have 540 teams playing from

Under-7s to Under-18s. That equates to

7,200 players, which is a lot of teams and

managers!” said Pinder. “I have worked

closely with people like Andy Martin,

the main scout for Hull City in the area,

for quite a number of years. There are a

lot of academies in the area, but I would

rather see these players go to Hull City.

“There’s nothing better than seeing a local

lad like Jacob Greaves come through and

make it into the first team. Whichever team

you support, you always want to see your

own homegrown players come through and

Keith Pinder

especially with my involvement with the

league, there’s no prouder moment than

someone coming through the system.”

Head of Academy Recruitment at Hull City

Dan Kelly spoke on how important the

pre-academy is for the football club and

how since he joined the club three years

ago, that is relationship with Keith has

helped create strong foundations between

the club and the local grassroots scene.

“I think for any football club, looking after

its homegrown players is really important

and that all starts at the pre-academy,”

explained Kelly. “Since day one, Keith has

been a really strong ally to us. The work

he does for the league for all the boys and

girls in Hull to play football at grassroots

wouldn’t be what it is without Keith.

“He gives up a lot of his time to ensure

everything runs smoothly and I’m sure he

takes a lot of pride in seeing the homegrown

boys coming through and playing for the

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club, because he has played a massive

role in their development by enabling

them to play grassroots football, which is

where every single footballer begins.”

The Tigers have seen a number of homegrown

talent represent the club in recent years.

Jacob Greaves, Keane Lewis-Potter and

Brandon Fleming have come through

the club’s academy system, while Hullborn

Lewie Coyle is the club captain.

Pinder and Kelly both spoke on the

importance of grassroots football

before concluding on the opportunities

the pre-academy players get to

experience with the Tigers.

“The role between the grassroots football

and the professional club in the city is vital,”

said Pinder. “When I first started, the first

age group at academy level was Under-

11s, so it is way more advanced now by the

time they get to that age group, because

of the work which is done at the club.

“By allowing the kids to see what goes on

at a club is good and I think it is great for

all the teams, not just the pre-academy,

that they have the opportunity to do

flag bearing at Hull City matches.”

“For the pre-academy and their parents,

they can see that the pathway is there and

we want to nurture the young players to

become footballers,” added Kelly. “For

now, we want them to have fun, fall in love

and stay in love with football with Hull

City, because we feel in this environment

and what we can offer to young players

and their parents is what sets us apart.”

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Jerry Yates (Blackpool), Ben Brereton

Díaz (Blackburn Rovers), Scott Hogan

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Freddie Woodman (Preston North End) 11

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Viktor Johansson (Rotherham United) 81

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Jack Clarke (Sunderland), Ilias Chair

(QPR), Daniel Barlaser (Rotherham

United), Stefan Johansen (QPR) &

Sorba Thomas (Huddersfield Town) 6

Most Passes Completed:

Matt Grimes (Swansea City) 1,639

Highest Post-Shot

Expected Goals:

Lee Nicholls (Huddersfield Town) 29.2

Most Goalkeeper

Passes Attempted:

Ryan Allsop (Cardiff City) 669

Highest Pass Completion

Percentage:

Louis Bayer (Burnley) 91.6%

Highest Total Passing

Distance:

Taylor Harwood-Bellis (Burnley) 29,569 yards

Most Shots:

Ben Brereton Díaz (Blackburn Rovers) 61

Most Shots On Target:

Oliver McBurnie (Sheffield United) 28

Most Crosses

Stopped:

John Ruddy (Birmingham City) 32

Highest Average Goal

Kick Length:

Joe Lumley (Reading) 66.4 yards

Highest Defensive Actions

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John Ruddy (Birmingham City) 45

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SAT JUL 30 W 2-1 BRISTOL CITY CHAMP INGRAM A JONES FIGUEIREDO GREAVES COYLE SERI 1

SAT AUG 06 D 0-0 PRESTON NORTH END CHAMP INGRAM A JONES n FIGUEIREDO GREAVES COYLE SERI n

TUE AUG 09 L 1-2 † BRADFORD CITY CAR C ROBSON A JONES MCLOUGHLIN GREAVES n WILLIAMS CANNON

SAT AUG 13 W 2-1 NORWICH CITY CHAMP INGRAM COYLE FIGUEIREDO GREAVES ELDER A JONES

TUE AUG 16 D 1-1 BURNLEY CHAMP NGRAM COYLE FIGUEIREDO GREAVES ELDER n A JONES n

SAT AUG 20 L 2-5 WEST BROMWICH ALBION CHAMP INGRAM COYLE n FIGUEIREDO n GREAVES ELDER † A JONES

SAT AUG 27 W 3-2 COVENTRY CITY CHAMP INGRAM n A JONES FIGUEIREDO GREAVES COYLE WOODS n

TUE AUG 30 L 1-3 QUEENS PARK RANGERS CHAMP INGRAM CHRISTIE FIGUEIREDO GREAVES n ELDER A JONES

SUN SEP 04 L 0-2 SHEFFIELD UNITED CHAMP INGRAM A JONES FIGUEIREDO n GREAVES COYLE WOODS

TUE SEP 13 L 0-3 STOKE CITY CHAMP INGRAM A JONES FIGUEIREDO GREAVES COYLE SERI n

SAT SEP 17 L 0-3 SWANSEA CITY CHAMP BAXTER COYLE FIGUEIREDO GREAVES ELDER SERI

FRI SEP 30 L 0-2 † LUTON TOWN CHAMP BAXTER COYLE A JONES † GREAVES ELDER WOODS n

WED OCT 05 W 2-1 WIGAN ATHLETIC CHAMP BAXTER COYLE n A JONES GREAVES ELDER n SLATER n

SUN OCT 09 L 0-2 † HUDDERSFIELD TOWN CHAMP BAXTER COYLE † A JONES GREAVES ELDER SLATER n

SUN OCT 16 L 0-2 BIRMINGHAM CITY CHAMP BAXTER n CHRISTIE FIGUEIREDO A JONES GREAVES n SERI

WED OCT 19 W 3-1 BLACKPOOL CHAMP BAXTER CHRISTIE FIGUEIREDO A JONES GREAVES n SERI

SAT OCT 22 W 4-2 ROTHERHAM UNITED CHAMP BAXTER CHRISTIE 1 FIGUEIREDO A JONES GREAVES 1 SERI

SAT OCT 29 L 0-1 BLACKBURN ROVERS CHAMP BAXTER CHRISTIE FIGUEIREDO n A JONES GREAVES SERI

TUE NOV 01 L 1-3 †† MIDDLESBROUGH CHAMP BAXTER CHRISTIE † 1 FIGUEIREDO † n GREAVES FLEMING WOODS

SAT NOV 05 D 0-0 MILLWALL CHAMP BAXTER CHRISTIE FIGUEIREDO A JONES GREAVES WOODS

TUE NOV 8 W 3-2 CARDIFF CITY CHAMP BAXTER CHRISTIE FIGUEIREDO A JONES GREAVES WOODS

SAT NOV 12 15:00 READING CHAMP

SAT DEC 10 15:00 WATFORD CHAMP

SAT DEC 17 15:00 SUNDERLAND CHAMP

MON DEC 26 15:00 BLACKPOOL CHAMP

FRI DEC 30 19:45 BIRMINGHAM CITY CHAMP

MON JAN 02 15:00 WIGAN ATHLETIC CHAMP

SAT JAN 14 15:00 HUDDERSFIELD TOWN CHAMP

SAT JAN 21 15:00 SHEFFIELD UNITED CHAMP

SAT JAN 28 15:00 QUEENS PARK RANGERS CHAMP

SAT FEB 04 15:00 CARDIFF CITY CHAMP

SAT FEB 11 15:00 STOKE CITY CHAMP

TUE FEB 14 19:45 NORWICH CITY CHAMP

SAT FEB 18 15:00 PRESTON NORTH END CHAMP

SAT FEB 25 15:00 BRISTOL CITY CHAMP

SAT MAR 04 15:00 WEST BROMWICH ALBION CHAMP

SAT MAR 11 15:00 COVENTRY CITY CHAMP

WED MAR 15 19:45 BURNLEY CHAMP

SAT MAR 18 15:00 READING CHAMP

SAT APR 01 15:00 ROTHERHAM UNITED CHAMP

FRI APR 07 15:00 SUNDERLAND CHAMP

MON APR 10 15:00 MILLWALL CHAMP

SAT APR 15 15:00 BLACKBURN ROVERS CHAMP

WED APR 19 19:45 MIDDLESBROUGH CHAMP

SAT APR 22 15:00 WATFORD CHAMP

SAT APR 29 15:00 SWANSEA CITY CHAMP

SAT MAY 06 15:00 LUTON TOWN CHAMP

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LEAGUE TABLE

2022|23

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FRIDAY 11TH NOVEMBER

Birmingham City 20:00 Sunderland

SATURDAY 12TH NOVEMBER

Bristol City 15:00 Watford

Cardiff City 15:00 Sheffield United

Coventry City 15:00 Queens Park Rangers

Huddersfield Town 15:00 Swansea City

Hull City 15:00 Reading

Luton Town 15:00 Rotherham United

Norwich City 15:00 Middlesbrough

Preston North End 15:00 Millwall

West Bromwich Albion 15:00 Stoke City

Wigan Athletic 15:00 Blackpool

SUNDAY 13TH NOVEMBER

AWAY

P W D L F A W D L F A GD PTS

1 Burnley 20 6 4 0 20 10 4 4 2 17 13 +14 38

2 Blackburn 20 8 0 2 17 7 4 0 6 7 12 +5 36

3 Sheff Utd 20 5 3 2 22 11 5 2 3 12 8 +15 35

4 Norwich 20 5 3 2 17 10 4 2 4 11 11 +7 32

5 Watford 20 6 1 3 17 10 3 4 3 11 12 +6 32

6 QPR 20 5 2 3 15 10 4 2 4 11 12 +4 31

7 Preston 20 3 4 3 5 7 5 3 2 11 9 0 31

8 Swansea 20 5 2 3 15 13 3 4 3 12 15 -1 30

9 Luton 20 2 6 2 13 11 5 2 3 9 10 +1 29

10 Birmingham 20 3 5 2 12 8 4 2 4 10 10 +4 28

11 Millwall 19 7 1 2 16 7 1 3 5 6 13 +2 28

12 Coventry 18 4 1 3 8 6 3 4 3 11 12 +1 26

13 Reading 20 6 1 3 15 11 2 1 7 6 18 -8 26

14 Rotherham 20 4 3 3 17 12 2 4 4 7 13 -1 25

15 Stoke 20 3 2 5 11 14 4 2 4 11 11 -3 25

16 Middlesbrough 20 3 5 2 11 10 3 1 6 16 15 +2 24

17 Sunderland 19 2 4 3 10 10 4 2 4 14 12 +2 24

18 Cardiff 20 4 2 4 9 9 3 1 6 8 15 -7 24

19 Hull 20 4 0 6 10 18 3 3 4 14 19 -13 24

20 Bristol C 20 4 2 4 13 10 2 3 5 14 19 -2 23

21 Blackpool 20 3 1 6 12 16 3 3 4 11 15 -8 22

22 West Brom 19 2 4 4 12 14 2 4 3 10 10 -2 20

23 Wigan 20 1 3 6 6 17 4 2 4 13 13 -11 20

24 Huddersfield 19 4 1 5 10 10 1 2 6 9 16 -7 18

Burnley 12:30 Blackburn Rovers

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Greg Docherty 8

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Cyrus Christie 33

Harvey Vale 34

Xavier Simons 35

WILL JARVIS 36

Vaughn Covil 49

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1 Joe Lumley (GK)

2 Andy Carroll

3 Tom Holmes

4 Sam Hutchinson

5 Tom McIntyre

6 Scott Dann

7 Shane Long

8 Jeff Hendrick

9 Lucas João

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12 Baba Rahman

14 Ovie Ejaria

15 Femi Azeez

16 Dejan Tetek

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25 Jökull Andrésson (GK)

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MATCH OFFICIALS:

Referee | Gavin Ward

Assistant Referee's | Lee Venamore & George Byrne

Fourth Official | Martin Coy

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