RESULT – Wolves 1 City 1

Hull City struggled their way to a share of the spoils after being outplayed in the second half by a profligate Wolves at Molineux.

The Tigers took the lead after three minutes when Geovanni headed in Stephen Hunt’s exceptional cross, but failed to make another worthy chance for the rest of the game, allowing Wolves back into it when Richard Stearman guided in a free kick early in the second half.

Wolves’ finishing was poor afterwards, with ex-Scunt Andy Keogh especially guilty, though he couldn’t be blamed when his goalbound shot was magnificently blocked by the flying body of Michael Turner, which could end up as the last great act of many by the Tigers defender, who seems bound for Sunderland before the window closes. Match report to follow.

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  1. KenL
    KenL says:

    Why oh why oh why would we even CONSIDER selling Turner, as if we needed his top-notch performance today to solidify in our brains why we must keep him. So we sell him for 16 million, and then what? Buy someone else with that money obviously? Why bother when Turner is the best around? Who is going to come to Hull anyway? Someone who doesn’t know what it’s like to be a Tiger? Give me Brown’s phone number, I need to talk to him.

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