NEWS: City sign Dawson from Spurs

City have today signed Michael Dawson from Tottenham Hotspur for an undisclosed fee.

The ex-England defender has been a target of Steve Bruce for some time and finally agreed a three year deal and passed his medical at the KC this afternoon.

He’s the third player from Spurs to come to City under Bruce and becomes one of six centre backs in the first team squad.

Dawson, who spent nine years at White Hart Lane and won four England caps, is the younger brother of Tigers legend Andy, whom Bruce released in 2013 after ten years with the club. The two of them served their apprenticeships at Nottingham Forest.

5 replies
  1. Halabil
    Halabil says:

    You have signed a proper footballer who gave his all to the Lillywhite shirt for 9.5 years and who will do nothing less for Hull. I am sad to see him go but I wish him and his family all the best at Hull and he should know that he will always be remembered fondly and greeted with enthusiasm at the Lane when he visits us with the Tigers. Good luck and God bless Daws! You are very much appreciated.

  2. Dave Clancy
    Dave Clancy says:

    Sad to see Daws go but, all good things come to an end. 100% commitment, 100% loyalty and 100% all round good bloke. One of the Tigers better signings without a doubt. Good luck! COYS!!!

  3. eidur tiger
    eidur tiger says:

    I take it he’s not cup-tied for Europa League, having been an unused sub against Limassol?

  4. eidur tiger
    eidur tiger says:

    Not that we expect to be in it for much longer, unless we pull out a good performance tomorrow…

  5. PeeLee
    PeeLee says:

    Hull City have signed a good player in Michael Dawson, who will be much missed by Spurs supporters and will cheer him to the rafters when Hull visit White Hart Lane this season. He has a lot to contribute to his new club. Needless to say, we still miss Jake Livermore and Tom Huddlestone.

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