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  1. Ambertigerfan
    Ambertigerfan says:

    Sadly this is probably an early warning of a replay for neat season of the name change fiasco. It’s fairly certain that Allam just won’t accept “no” as an answer.

    Personally I’d prefer to see Allam go now and sell the club to a buyer that respects the club’s long held name and the ruling of the F.A.

    Further evidence is provided by the sycophantic Hull Daily Mail constantly referring to the ladies team as “Hull Tigers” despite the shirts on their backs displaying “Hull City A.F.C” on the badge.

    The old dictator just doesn’t know when he’s flogging a dead horse, and regardless he tries to change the name of the club by stealth at every opportunity. He probably believes no one will notice!

  2. tiger1971
    tiger1971 says:

    This needs to be pointed out to the FA, although the defence will probably be that Hull City Tigers is the legal trading name of the Club!

    If the fans keep the FA on side then hopefully we stand a better chance of stopping any change to the Club name

  3. Cayman Tiger
    Cayman Tiger says:

    The fact is the legal trading name is not Hull City Tigers, its Hull City AFC (Tigers) Ltd. A bit of a difference. Funny how they change their perception of what constitutes the “Club” from the legal entity to their half-assed team name. I feel like invoking Churchill again.

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