Hull archives April 2012
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Hull manager Nick Barmby feels his players did not have the self-belief this season when it came to nailing a play-off place.
West Ham missed out on automatic promotion back to the Barclays Premier League despite a 2-1 victory over Hull.
Hull manager Nick Barmby is hoping to add midfield pair Robert Koren and Tom Cairney to his squad for the npower Championship clash at West Ham.
Huddersfield have recalled striker Kallum Higginbotham from his loan spell at Barnsley.
Hull defender James Chester has spoken of his gratitude after being voted player of the year by his team-mates at the KC Stadium.
Hull midfielder Robert Koren has been voted player of the year by the club's fans.
Hull manager Nick Barmby stressed the importance of keeping his promising young team together after their play-off hopes were ended.
Chris Gunter's own-goal and Matty Fryatt's late penalty secured Hull a 2-1 victory over Nottingham Forest.
Hull are expected to be without midfielder Tom Cairney for the home clash with Nottingham Forest.
Nick Barmby is determined to keep 15-goal top scorer Matty Fryatt after the striker's hat-trick earned Hull a 3-1 win over Barnsley.
Hull manager Nick Barmby will give winger Josh King until the last minute to prove his fitness for the home game with Barnsley.
Defender Liam Rosenior will return to contention as Hull look to keep their play-off hopes alive at Watford.
Liverpool are set to recall Peter Gulacsi from his loan spell at Hull to ease their goalkeeping crisis, the npower Championship club have confirmed.
Hull striker Aaron Mclean has been ruled out of action for the rest of the npower Championship season.
Hull manager Nick Barmby is waiting on the fitness of Liam Rosenior and Aaron Mclean for the home clash with Middlesbrough.
Hull's play-off hopes suffered a further blow as they went down to a 2-0 defeat at Millwall - a fifth consecutive loss for Nick Barmby's side.
Hull manager Nick Barmby refuses to give up on his side's play-off hopes despite seeing them crash to a fifth straight defeat, 2-0 at Millwall.
Harry Kane and Andy Keogh fired Millwall to a first home win of 2012, 2-0 against Hull, on an emotional afternoon at The Den.
Hull will be without skipper Jack Hobbs and fellow defenders James Chester and Joe Dudgeon for Saturday's clash at Millwall.
Hull's play-off hopes have been dealt a double blow with news defenders Jack Hobbs and Joe Dudgeon have been ruled out for the rest of the season.