Hull City would be looking to their incredible run in the FA Cup two seasons back, to motivate themselves, as they prepare for a rather difficult away trip to the Etihad Stadium to face Manchester City.
Chelsea are crowned champions of Premier League and they will be honored at Anfield next week, but that does not stop other clubs from fighting for their goals.
CHELSEA vs HULL CITY 13 December 2014 1500 hours UTC Stamford Bridge, London **** Table-topping Chelsea welcome a struggling Hull City to Stamford Bridge on Saturday afternoon hoping to get back to winning ways in the Premier League following their first defeat of the season at the hands of a spirited Newcastle United at St. James’ Park. The loss ended a club record 23-match unbeaten streak for the Blues, and with it, all talk of a potential ‘Invincible’ season. Manager Jose Mourinho pointed to the Premier League table following the defeat to indicate that his side were ‘more than fine’, and insisted that the other nineteen clubs in the division would like to be in Chelsea’s position. Indeed, if the midweek victory against Sporting Lisbon in the Champions League was anything to go by, the Stamford Bridge outfit appear to have moved on rather quickly from the disappointing loss last weekend. The Blues, however, will be wary of the looming […]
Rio Ferdinand has been linked with a move to Hull City following his exit from Manchester United.
Arsenal FC manager Arsene Wenger has praised Hull City manager Steve Bruce and Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis ahead of their encounter on Sunday.
Hull City finally ended their worrying streak of losing matches by securing their first victory in five Premier League matches, but the draw caused Tottenham to be unable to move closer to the top 4 spots.
Sunderland parted ways with Steve Bruce this week. After a poor start to the season, the pressure has been mounting on Bruce who was finally sacked after Sunderland suffered another defeat at the hands of Wigan. TheHardTackle's guest author Simon Walsh takes a look at the reasons why the manager was removed and what the future holds under Martin O'Neill.
Steve Bruce men travel to Old Trafford in order to improve on their wretched start to the season but the Red Devils will be more determined than ever for a win to give the perfect present to Sir Alex on the eve of his 25th anniversary as Man United manager. TheHardTackle gives the team news, tactical analysis and prediction for the game.
Villas-Boas will lead his team to the Stadium of Light on Saturday, to take on Sunderland. This season, Chelsea have not enjoyed a customary high-flying start - they have been slow, cautious, and even dysfunctional at times, but have taken 7 out of the available 9 points nonetheless. TheHardTackle previews the encounter.
After a high-spending transfer window, Kenny Dalglish and Steve Clarke join forces with the new look Liverpool squad to take on Steve Bruce's re-assembled Sunderland in the season opener at Anfield.