Hull City

18th Premier League | 6-17-6
  • Goals For
    18th
    26 GF
  • Assists
    16th
    17 GA
  • Shots
    17th
    200 Shots
  • Saves
    3rd
    111 SAV
  • Arsenal urged to sign £85m Antoine Griezmann ahead of Manchester United
    International Business Times

    Arsenal urged to sign £85m Antoine Griezmann ahead of Manchester United

    Arsenal have been urged to loosen the purse strings and sign Antoine Griezmann. Arsene Wenger has traditionally refrained from spending big in the transfer market – but recent poor results has drawn criticism and uncertainty over his future. The Gunners have not won a Premier League game since February's 2-0 success over Hull City – leading to Wenger's men dropping out of the top four.

  • USMNT: Brooks, Lletget released; Arriola added
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    USMNT: Brooks, Lletget released; Arriola added

    Hours after his side’s 6-0 thrashing of Honduras to resuscitate dreams of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup, Bruce Arena announced on Saturday five changes to the U.S. national team roster ahead of Tuesday’s qualifier against Panama. [ FOLLOW: All of PST’s USMNT coverage | MLS ] John Brooks (sinus infection), Sebastian Lletget (foot), Jordan Morris (knee) and Michael Orozco (knee) were all released back to their club teams, while Club Tijuana midfielder Paul Arriola was added to the squad. Brooks dealt with the sinus infection throughout USMNT camp this past week, as Morris did his knee injury which he picked up last weekend. Lletget left Friday’s win over Honduras in the 18th minute and will

  • Sydney FC clinches first place in A-League
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    Sydney FC clinches first place in A-League

    SYDNEY (AP) After clinching first place in Australia’s A-League without taking the field, Sydney FC enhanced its record achievement with a 3-0 win over the Perth Glory on Sunday. Sydney FC won the Premiers Plate as regular-season champions after the second-place Melbourne Victory lost 1-0 to Brisbane on Saturday, when Sydney had a night off. The Brisbane win left Sydney with an unassailable 11-point lead in first place with three rounds to play. The Sydney side also created some history: it became the only team to have remained in outright first position in the standings for an entire season. In the other match Sunday, the Wellington Phoenix beat Newcastle 5-0 to remain within five points of