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Hull City AFC news from Monday, November 20, 2017

- Birmingham City are ready to fight to keep hold of in demand defensive midfielder Maikel Kieftenbeld by offering the player a new contract according to the Birmingham Mail.The 27-year-old Dutchman saw a Transfer Deadline Day move to the Blues’ Sky Bet Championship rivals Derby County collapse at the final hour after failing to gain English Football League approval and Kieftenbeld has gone on to pu

- According to HITC Sport, Birmingham City midfielder Maikel Kieftenbeld is a target for a trio of Championship clubs.The midfielder’s contract is up in the summer and it is unclear as to where his future truly lies after a late deal with Derby County fell through in the last transfer window.Certainly, he’ll be thinking about what could have been with the Blues struggling for any kind of form – desp

- Championship trio Derby County, Bristol City and Hull City are all weighing up moves for Birmingham City midfielder Maikel Kieftenbeld in January, according to HITC Sport.Derby County thought they had signed Kieftenbeld on deadline day in the summer but a move fell through after the Football League refused to sanction the agreed transfer. Derby are being linked with another move for him, along wit

- 1. What’s more frustrating: poor concentration and sloppy defending leading to a goal conceded early on, or late in the game? City treated us to both against Ipswich on Saturday, chucking away three points that seemed to have been secured by Allan McGregor’s spot-kick save heroics. Victory would have propelled us to the dizzying heights of 18th ahead of a midweek trip to Millwall (and The Den is r

Hull City AFC news from Sunday, November 19, 2017

- Another late goal denied City a win we barely deserved in a battle of two mediocre Championship teams who can't defend to save their lives. Sound fun?The pre-match atmosphere was dead. The pub – once buzzing with anticipation before matches – barely hummed. The announcement of a game of dominoes or a meat raffle would have taken the excitement up a notch. The walk to the ground was desolate. Insid