29 September

 

HULL RICKSHAWS

 

 

One of the coolest ways to get around Hull City Centre - Hull Rickshaws provide an environmentally friendly taxi service.

 

For more information on Hull Rickshaws;

 

www.hullrickshaws.co.uk

 

@hullrickshaws

 

 

27 September

 

FOOTBALL CLUB MAGAZINE

 

LATEST BLOG OUT NOW

 

Several members of Tigerlink have now taken the opportunity to write for the Football Club Magazine website. Next up is Tigerlink's Dan Kemp with a blog about the decline of Cup football.

 

For more information on Football Club Magazine;

 

www.footballclubmagazine.com

 

www.facebook.com/FootballClubMagazine

 

@FootballClubMag

 

 

Click here to read Dan's blog 'NOT UP FOR THE CUP'

 

http://www.footballclubmagazine.com/cup

 

 

26 September

 

CITY TILL WE DIE

 

MEETING MINUTES

 

The minutes of Tuesday evening's 'City Till We Die' launch meeting are now available.

 

 

CLICK BELOW TO DOWNLOAD

 

Minutes - First meeting of CTWD.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [604.6 KB]

 

26 September

 

 

CITY TILL WE DIE

 

The 'No To Hull Tigers' campaign now has a website - www.citytillwedie.com. Those opposed to the name change proposed by the owners can check out the group in the following ways;

 

facebook.com/NoToHullTigers

 

@NoToHullTigers

 

notohulltigers@citytillwedie.com

 

or

 

CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW TO VISIT THE WEBSITE

 

 

24 September

 

BLUE LAMP

Norfolk St, Hull

 

 

27 September sees the reopening of the legendary music venue.

 

 

www.bluelamphull.co.uk

 

@bluelamphull

 

facebook.com/bluelampclub

 

 

22 September

 

 

FOOTBALL CLUB MAGAZINE

 

LATEST BLOG OUT NOW

 

 

Several members of Tigerlink have now taken the opportunity to write for the Football Club Magazine website. Next up is Tigerlink's Charlotte Ball. Check out Charlotte's first blog on www.footballclubmagazine.com.

 

For more information on Football Club Magazine;

 

www.footballclubmagazine.com

 

www.facebook.com/FootballClubMagazine

 

@FootballClubMag

 

 

Click here to read Charlotte's blog

 

http://www.footballclubmagazine.com/football-v-business-no-contest

 

 

 

19 September

 

 

HULL CITY AFC

 

CLUB TO OFFER FREE TRAVEL TO THE NEXT FIVE PREMIER LEAGUE AWAY GAMES

 

 

The club have today announced that fans will be able to travel to the games at Everton, Tottenham Hotspur, Southampton, Arsenal, and Swansea City free of charge on the Tiger Travel coach service.

 

For full details of the offer, see the club website

 

www.hullcityafc.net/news/article/201314-tiger-travel-free-1064551.aspx

 

 

17 September

 

 

HULL TRINITY FESTIVAL

 

20 - 22 SEPTEMBER

 

Another great local festival coming up this weekend. We are so lucky to have had some amazing music and events going on recently, and this one will cap the summer off nicely. For more details see below.

 

 

www.facebook.com/HullTrinityFestival

 

@hulltrinityfest

 

 

14 September

 

 

NO TO HULL TIGERS - A FURTHER PROTEST

 

A few pictures from the protest held before the game against Cardiff. Protestors marched through West Park prior to the game, to voice their opposition to the plans to rebrand Hull City AFC to Hull Tigers or Hull City Tigers.

 

14 September

 

 

FOOTBALL CLUB MAGAZINE

LATEST BLOG OUT NOW

 

Following on from Peter Johnson's two blogs last week, check out the first blog from Tigerlink's Dan Kemp on www.footballclubmagazine.com.

 

For more information on Football Club Magazine;

 

www.footballclubmagazine.com

 

www.facebook.com/FootballClubMagazine

 

@FootballClubMag

 

Click to read Dan's blog

 

www.footballclubmagazine.com/ged-over-heels-with-our-deadline-day-addition

 

12 September

 

NAME CHANGE - A FURTHER PROTEST

 


 

 

TIGERLINK looks to represent the interests of all things Hull. Our judgement is that we have a duty to communicate the proposed protest action as the name change is a radical step which appears to be being taken forward without consultation with fans or supporter groups who represent the backbone of the Club and have contributed to its very survival in days gone by.

 

A further protest concerning the name change is planned for the Cardiff home game on Saturday. Fans are being asked to congregate at West Park gates at 2.30pm if they want to join in.

 

Following an article published in The Guardian today, there appears to have been an escalation of the Hull City AFC renaming saga. The article seems to confirm Dr Allam's intention to proceed speedily with plans to rebrand our club and move towards a name change that would see the club eventually known as 'Hull Tigers'.

 

This latest action has triggered further discontent amongst many Hull City supporter groups who are calling for a stepping up of the protest as soon as possible. They are calling on Hull City fans to voice their opposition to the change.

 

 

HOW DO I PROTEST?

 

Those who want to protest visibly are being asked to meet at West Park gates at 2.30pm from where a march will make its way to the outer concourse of the stadium at 2.45pm. It is suggested that all fans participating (including Cardiff fans who have their own issues surrounding rebranding) delay their entry to the stadium until just after kick off. Protestors propose to make noise outside of the ground at kick off time, and by delaying entry to the ground leave many seats unoccupied as the game starts. The idea is that fans will then enter the KC Stadium holding the 'NO' placards that will be circulated prior to the game, providing a clear message concerning their opposition to the name change.

 

11 September

 

 

FOOTBALL CLUB MAGAZINE

 

LATEST BLOG OUT NOW

 

We are pleased to have our second blog published on www.footballclubmagazine.com.

 

For more information on Football Club Magazine;

 

www.footballclubmagazine.com

 

www.facebook.com/FootballClubMagazine

 

@FootballClubMag

 

 

Click to read the latest blog by Tigerlink's Peter Johnson;

 

 

www.footballclubmagazine.com/land-of-hope-and-glory-or-roys-remnants

 

9 September

 

HULL TIGERS LADIES 9 WHITLEY BAY 1

 

MATCH REPORT OUT NOW

 

Click on the image to read the match report from the latest fantastic win for the ladies.

 

We will have some more great features and articles on the team in the coming weeks, keep an eye on the Hull Tigers Ladies page!

 

CLICK THE IMAGE

 

8 September

 

HULL STINGRAYS

 

AUDIO MATCH REPORTS

 

 

A new feature to Tigerlink - we are delighted to bring you audio match reports from the Hull Stingrays last two games against Nottingham and Braehead.

Check out the Hull Stingrays pages we have just added, to learn more about our local ice hockey team. See the 'Local Sport' tab at the top of the page or click here 'Local Sport'.

 

 

With thanks to Nigel Roberts for the audio reports

 

CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO LISTEN TO THE REPORTS

 

Stingrays Match Reports.mp3
MP3 audio file [2.4 MB]

6 September

 

TIGERLINK WRITES FOR FOOTBALL CLUB MAGAZINE

 

Tigerlink is proud to write a blog for www.footballclubmagazine.com. Their site contains blogs from all kinds of people on football and the clubs that they support. Over the coming weeks several members of Tigerlink will be blogging on a wide range of football and Hull City related subjects.

 

For more information on Football Club Magazine;

 

www.footballclubmagazine.com

 

www.facebook.com/FootballClubMagazine

 

@FootballClubMag

 

 

Check out the first blog by Tigerlink's Peter Johnson;

www.footballclubmagazine.com/long-short

 

 

6 September

 

IT'S HERE!

FREEDOM FESTIVAL 2013

 

 

What a lucky lot we are, having an amazing event like this in our wonderful city. Get down and enjoy it!

 

For more information see www.freedomfestival.co.uk

 

facebook.com/FreedomFestivalHull

 

Follow @FreedomFestHull on Twitter and use #FreedomHull on your tweets and pics

 

Check out a PDF of the programme - click on the image below

 

5 September

 

HULL AUTHOR NICK QUANTRILL'S NEW BOOK
'THE CROOKED BEAT'

 

We are pleased to support local author (and Hull City fan) Nick's new book. Here is a bit about Nick and what the book is all about.

 

 

NICK QUANTRILL - BIOGRAPHY

 

Nick Quantrill was born and raised in Hull, an isolated industrial city in East Yorkshire. His Joe Geraghty novels are published by Caffeine Nights. A prolific short story writer, Nick's work has appeared in various volumes of "The Mammoth Book of Best British Crime". In 2011, Nick became the first person to hold the role of 'Writer in Residence' at Hull Kingston Rovers, contributing exclusive fiction to the match day programme and assisting with the club's literacy programme. When not writing fiction, Nick contributes reviews and essays to a variety of football and music websites. He lives with his wife, daughter, cat and the constant fear Hull City will let him down.

 

 

 

 

 

THE CROOKED BEAT

 

When Joe Geraghty's brother finds himself in financial trouble, it's only natural that he turns to the Private Investigator for help. But when it relates to a missing consignment of smuggled cigarettes, it's not so easily sorted. Drawn into the murky world of local and international criminals around the busy port of Hull, Geraghty knows the only way to save his brother is to take on the debt himself. As he attempts to find a way out of the situation, the secrets and conspiracies he uncovers are so deeply buried in the past, he knows he's facing people willing to do whatever it takes to keep them that way.

 

'The Crooked Beat is my third Hull-set Joe Geraghty novel. Geraghty is a former small-time Private Investigator who thinks he's out of the game until his brother calls him. Niall Geraghty has been working on Hull Docks and found himself involved with what he thinks is low level cigarette smuggling. When the cigarettes go missing he finds himself involved with more serious criminals. The only person he can turn to for help is Joe.

 

The novel takes place almost exclusively in Hull and the surrounding area. It makes sense. I'm from Hull and it's the place I know best. I'll be busy promoting the book with plenty of events in the city, but also further afield including 'Iceland Noir' in Reykjavik.'

 

EVENTS

 

7th September – Waterstones Hull (book signing) @12pm

 

28th September – The Other Space, Hull. Heads Up Festival ('So you wanna be a crime writer?' with David Mark, Nick Triplow and Luca Veste). 4pm - free entry

 

23rd November – 'Iceland Noir', Reykjavik

 

2 September

 

 

TIGERLINK SURVEY RESULTS

 

With the transfer window due to slam shut, we wanted to know......

 

WHICH STRIKER WOULD LIGHT UP THE KC?

PICK ONE STRIKER YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE SIGN FOR THE TIGERS

 

The results are in.....

 

JERMAIN DEFOE 

 

29%

TROY DEENEY 

 

17%

JORDAN RHODES 

 

15%

NICKLAS BENDTNER 8%

ADAM LE FONDRE 7%

PETER ODEMWINGIE 6%

KENWYNE JONES 5%

HUGO RODALLEGA 4%

NONE OF THE LISTED NAMES 3%

KEVIN DOYLE 2%

VICTOR ANICHEBE 2%

RICARDO VAZ TE 1%

MORGAN AMILFITANO 0%

SYLVAN EBANKS BLAKE 0%

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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