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Tigers Mauled By Plucky Burnley
On a day when both sides badly needed a win it was Burnley who gave their survival hopes a much needed shot in the arm as they won 4-1 at Hull City. I dont think either side will survive but what a crap display by the Kittens.
Survival Six Pointer V Burnley
A massive game next for the Tigers with felow strugglers Burnley coming to the K,C. If we can get 3 points from this one then there is a chance we can stay up. Burnley have looked well out of sorts since they lost Owen Coyle and are there for the taking.
Sunk At Pompey
Two goals in the last three minutes saw Portsmouth come from behind to win 3-2 and ruin Iain Dowie's first game as Hull City boss.
Out The Frying Pan Into The Fire, Dowie To Down Us
Iain Dowie has been named as the new Hull City manager and has just nine games to keep the club in the Premier League.
PHIL BROWN HAS BEEN SACKED!!!!!!
Hull City have confirmed Phil Brown has been relieved of his duties and been placed on gardening leave.
Gunned Down In The Last Minute
Arsenal's title challenge was almost derailed at the KC Stadium but Nicklas Bendtner grabbed a last-gasp winner to secure a 2-1 win against 10-man Hull.
Toffee Counter, 5,1
Everton continued their march up the Premier League with a comprehensive 5-1 demolition of Hull City at Goodison Park.
Everton Up Next
Hulls next game is against an inform Everton side. Every game is now a must win in our endevour to stay in the premiership. I dont think we can beat them if im honest but we could with the right spirit and passion shown of late nick a point from the merseysiders.
West Ham secured a much-needed three points with goals from Valon Behrami, Carlton Cole and Julien Faubert to defeat 10-man Hull City. In a tense game which saw both sides needing a win prior to kick-off, it was the Hammers who struck the first blow when Behrami rode his luck
Unlucky 10 Man Hull Lose To Blackburn
Hull City slipped back towards the relegation zone following a 1-0 defeat to Blackburn at Ewood Park. Blackburn have a fine home record and they took the lead in the 18th minute when Martin Olsson fired in a shot from the narrowest of angles on the left that was helped into the net by goalkeeper Boaz Myhill.