31 December

 

TIGERLINK TOP 5 OF 2013

 

Here is our mini review of the year, featuring some of the most fantastic moments of 2013. Do you agree with our top 5?

 

#5 - HULL CITY 3 LIVERPOOL 1
#4 - FREEDOM FESTIVAL 2013
#3 - HULL CITY 6 FULHAM 0
#2 - HULL BECOMES UK CITY OF CULTURE 2017
#1 - PROMOTION DAY AT THE KC, 4 MAY 2013

31 December

 

 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY STEVE BRUCE

 

What a fantastic year 2013 has been for Steve and his team. It is an absolute privilege to have Brucie as our manager - may 2014 bring more success for Steve and the players.

 

Are we watching the greatest Hull City manager of all time?

 

28 December

 

HAIRCUT FOR HUDDLESTONE

 

HULL CITY 6 FULHAM 0

 

BIRTHDAY BOY TOM GETS HIS GOAL AS CITY HIT SIX PAST FULHAM

 

What a day! After a goalless first half the floodgates opened and City recorded their biggest ever Premier League win. And with Tom grabbing the fourth of the afternoon, he ran to the touchline (after celebrating with his team mates) and got a headstart on his haircut.

 

28 December

 

 

HULL CITY v FULHAM

SOLD OUT

NO CASH TURNSTILES TODAY

 

This afternoon's match sees City take on Fulham, the second game in three days at the KC. After a narrow defeat against the champions Manchester United on Boxing Day, let's hope we see a home win today.

 

A WARM WELCOME TO ALL FULHAM FANS TRAVELLING TO HULL TODAY

 

Check out www.tigerlink.co.uk/the-kc-stadiumlink/ to help you with your visit to the KC and Hull.

 

Another sold out game - let's get behind the lads and roar our fantastic team on to victory!

 

22 December

 

PREMIER LEAGUE CHIEF EXECUTIVE STATES HIS PERSONAL VIEW
ON THE PROPOSED NAME CHANGE

 

Earlier today, Richard Scudamore - Chief Executive of The Premier League, spoke to Radio 5 Live about the name change. Mr Scudamore gave his own personal opinion on the issue, stating that he is against Hull City changing their name.

 

To listen to what he had to say, click the link below;

 

www.dropbox.com/s/619q4mjxs76tz5h/EPL%20Chair%20on%20Sportsweek.mp3

 

19 December

 

JOIN THE FOOTBALL SUPPORTERS FEDERATION

 

Want to have your say when the FA ask stakeholders about the name change issue? Join the FSF and ensure your voice will be heard.

 

The Football Supporters' Federation (FSF) is the democratic organisation representing the rights of fans and arguing the views of football supporters in England and Wales.

 

THE FSF IS FREE TO JOIN

 

www.fsf.org.uk/join

 

15 December

 

 

PHOTO GALLERY

 

CTWD PUBLIC EVENT - SATURDAY 14 DECEMBER

 

THE TIGERS LAIR

 

Check out our latest photo gallery from yesterday's events at the Tigers Lair.

 

 

TO VIEW CLICK 'HERE'

 

Mark Herman, Film Director - one of the guest speakers at the event

12 December

 

 

CITY TILL WE DIE PUBLIC EVENT

 

SATURDAY 14 DECEMBER

 

2.30 - 4.30PM

 

 

THE TIGERS LAIR

64 - 68 ANLABY ROAD

HULL

HU3 2JA

 

 

The City Till We Die campaign group is holding a free public event before the Stoke game. The giant flag will be there for signing and proceedings get underway at 2.30pm.

 

FULL RUNNING ORDER

 

2.30 onwards

Meet the CTWD team
Membership enquiries and sign up
Scarf sales/collection

 

2.45 - Vinnie Whitehead acoustic set

3.00 - A welcome from CTWD

3.05 - Guest speaker: Mark Herman

3.15 - Cuba Drive acoustic set

3.30 - Guest speaker: Malcolm Clarke (Football Supporters Federation)

3.50 - Vinnie Whitehead acoustic set

4.00-4.30PM

Membership sign up
Scarf sales

 

To keep up to date with City Till We Die check out;

 

www.citytillwedie.com

 

facebook.com/NoToHullTigers

 

@NoToHullTigers

 

12 December

 

BREAKING NEWS

FA TO CONSULT FANS OVER PROPOSED NAME CHANGE

 

The FA today confirmed that it has received an application from Hull City to change its playing name to Hull Tigers from 2014/15 season. A consultation process will be undertaken and supporters groups will be part of this consultation.

 

Read the full statement on the FA website 'here'

 

http://www.thefa.com/news/governance/2013/dec/fa-council-to-rule-on-name-change

 

8 December

 

MILLSY'S HULL CITY FANS FORUM

 

Hear what Hull City fans have to say. As well as looking ahead to the Swansea game and reviewing the defeat at Arsenal, this week's show includes reaction to THE result of the season so far - the magnificent 3-1 victory over Liverpool last Sunday.

 

CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO DOWNLOAD

 

www.mediafire.com/download/nq1nba4ak9iagr9/Hull+City+Fans+forum+61213.mp3

 

8 December

 

 

FA CUP THIRD ROUND DRAW

 

TODAY @ 4PM

 

ITV1

 

Hull City will be ball number 20 in this afternoon's draw. We wonder if The Tigers will have a repeat of 1949 and draw Manchester United at home. A record crowd of 55,019 packed into Boothferry Park on February 26 1949 and saw United win 0-1 on the day.

 

CLICK HERE FOR A PREVIEW OF THE DRAW
INCLUDING A FULL LIST OF DRAW NUMBERS

 

www.thefa.com/news/the-fa-cup/2013/dec/fa-cup-third-round-draw-preview

 

6 December

 

 

HULL'S TIDAL BARRIER SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDS CITY
FROM RECORD TIDE LEVELS OF 5.8 METRES

 

The Environment Agency are today reporting that Hull's tidal barrier protected 19,000 properties in the city from flooding. Yesterday's storm surge still caused disruption to parts of the city and outlying areas, as well as further up and down our coastline.

 

Our thoughts are with those homes and businesses affected by the flooding.

 

4 December

 

 

NAME CHANGE ISSUE LATEST NEWS

 

Today CTWD met Premier League Officials - here is the group statement on the meeting from the CTWD blog notohulltigers.tumblr.com/

 

'CTWD today met with officials of the Premier League to discuss our opposition to the current name change proposed by Dr Allam. A positive meeting concluded that:

 

The heritage of British football clubs is valued by the Premier League as a fundamental element of its brand;

 

Any material changes to that heritage and brand should be done in consultation with supporters and wider stakeholders in football; and

 

The Premier League is prepared to approach the Football Association to discuss how these important matters can be protected within the framework of their respective rules.

 

As the organisers of the competition and the gatekeeper of the rules under which the competition is held, the Premier League and Football Association are effectively the regulators of the football industry. The Premier League recognises this role and will emphasise this in their future dealings with Hull City AFC.'

 

1 December

 

 

THE INDEPENDENT

 

Exclusive: Hull owner threatens to sell club if fans refuse to accept Tigers name

 

 

www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/exclusive-hull-owner-threatens-to-sell-club-if-fans-refuse-to-accept-tigers-name-8975193.html

Hull - UK City of Culture 2017

'We are a social media based Hull City AFC supporters group 'serving the Tiger Nation at home and abroad'. We also promote tourism and the economy of Hull and the East Riding. We hope to use Hull City's return to the Premier League as a platform to promote all things Hull and maximise the opportunities presented by the Tigers' elevation to the top tier.'

 

June 2013

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