Tag Archives: James Martin

August’s Loan Watch 2012-13: Ben Amos At Hull City

By James Martin (Hull City supporter) Well, a new season, and a new loanee from Manchester United for Hull City, this time in the shape of promising young goalkeeper Ben Amos. In the 2011-12 season, The Tigers struggled for a consistent number one, so new Hull manager Steve Bruce will be hoping Amos can cement […]

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February’s Loan Watch: Robbie Brady At Hull City

By James Martin (Hull City supporter) Hull City 3 Bristol City 0 Robbie Brady regained a starting spot for the first game of what was to become a disrupted month of football for the Tigers. On 13 minutes City took an early lead when centre back Jack Hobbs headed home from a corner. Then just […]

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October’s Loan Watch: Robbie Brady at Hull City

By James Martin (Hull City supporter) Hull City 2 Cardiff City 1 The Tigers continued their fine form with a home win over Cardiff. Brady performed well and looked solid both going forward and defensively. Brady could have given the Tigers the lead, but his curling shot from the edge of the area was tipped […]

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September’s Loan Watch: Robbie Brady at Hull City

By James Martin (Hull City supporter) Peterborough 0 Hull City 1 For Hull and Brady the first game in September was against Peterborough and a chance for Hull Manager Nigel Pearson to test himself against Sir Alex’s son Darren Ferguson. It was a game that was going to be a tricky fixture, but promised to […]

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August’s Loan Watch: Robbie Brady at Hull City

By James Martin, a Vital Hull forum member. Leeds 4 Hull 1 This is a game that will always test the nerve of any young player, a derby between two rivals at a noisy and hostile Elland Road. Brady was a threat early on and whipped in a few dangerous crosses, however in the second […]

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Loan Watch: Robbie Brady at Hull City

By James Martin, a Vital Hull forum member. In recent years Hull seem to have had a very good link with Manchester United (and I can’t think of a better team to be linked with) Starting with young striker Fraizer Campbell who’s goals got us to the top flight, to the big clumsy Manucho who’s […]

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