Hull manager Grant McCann’s delight was as clear as his relief after Mallik Wilks’ stoppage-time strike saw off Middlesbrough and secured a first victory since New Year’s Day.
Mallik Wilks’ stoppage-time strike secured Hull a remarkable first win since New Year’s Day as Neil Warnock’s Middlesbrough somehow conspired to lose this huge match in the Sky Bet Championship relegation battle.
Birmingham head coach Pep Clotet admitted his team were “dead and buried” before they somehow salvaged a 3-3 draw at home to struggling Hull.
Gary Gardner scored twice to rescue a point for Birmingham and deny Hull after the visitors led twice in a 3-3 draw at St Andrew’s.
Middlesbrough chairman Steve Gibson has put his faith in the vast experience of veteran Neil Warnock after dismissing rookie Jonathan Woodgate in the midst of a desperate relegation scrap.
Lee Bowyer was proud of his players’ resolve and heart as Charlton overcame relegation rivals Hull to jump out of the Sky Bet Championship drop zone but warned them it is just the start.
Hull’s bid to stay in the Championship has been served with a blow after it was announced their captain and vice-captain would not be seeing out the season.
Hull have reacted with disappointment after a letter to the English Football League stating their desire to call the Championship season off was leaked.
Hull defender Angus MacDonald dreams of playing again this season after he returned to full training for the first time since being diagnosed with bowel cancer.
Derby manager Phillip Cocu believes the 1-0 win over Hull was proof of the strong connection between the club and their fans as they ended a difficult week on a high.
A tough week for Derby ended on a winning note when Matt Clarke’s first goal for the club was enough to beat Hull 1-0 at Pride Park.
Fulham manager Scott Parker expressed concern for talisman Aleksandar Mitrovic after he was stretchered off in the 1-0 win at Hull.
Ivan Cavaleiro’s first-half goal gave Fulham a 1-0 victory at Hull and a first ever success at the KCOM Stadium.
Head coach Grant McCann praised striker Tom Eaves after his hat-trick in the 3-2 win at 10-man Rotherham sent Hull through to the FA Cup fourth round.
A hat-trick from Tom Eaves ensured Hull reached the FA Cup fourth round with a 3-2 win against 10-man Rotherham.
Hull manager Grant McCann praised his side’s “controlled” performance in their 1-0 win at Sheffield Wednesday and hit out at off-the-field distractions before the match.
Jarrod Bowen struck the only goal as Hull began the new decade with a 1-0 victory at Sheffield Wednesday and condemned the hosts to a third straight defeat.
St Mirren will have to play the second half of the season without loan defender Sean McLoughlin who has returned to Hull.
Hull manager Grant McCann has insisted there is no prospect of him losing his best players during next month’s transfer window.
Jackson Irvine scored an 89th-minute winner as Hull came from behind to beat QPR 2-1 in the Championship.