NEWS: Supporters’ Trust ballot delivers name change landslide

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Having been invited by the FA to submit their views on Hull City AFC’s second application to change their name, the Hull City Supporters’ Trust has this morning announced the results of its recent ballot on the issue.

They’re quite devastating.

99.2% of HCST members who voted said no to Hull Tigers, with just 0.8% in favour.

You can read their full analysis of the result here – and if you haven’t already, why not join them?

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  1. Rich
    Rich says:

    HCST are not wanting to run the club because of their egos…it’s more that they think they can help to do a better job. If only by not putting wrong contact numbers on people’s season passes.

  2. Bill Carson
    Bill Carson says:

    If Ehab Allam wants to improve the fans experience then sorting out the North Stand turnstiles should be the No.1 priority!
    Reducing ticket prices.
    Banning those terrible bombay curry pies.
    Extending the tight concourse for home fans.
    Ensuring the seats are clean.

  3. Officer Crabtree
    Officer Crabtree says:

    Having to purchase and eat a Bombay curry pie at home games is one of the main things putting me off going to the KC. Chicken and mushroom till I die.

  4. Bill Carson
    Bill Carson says:

    Why are people who wear 1/2 & 1/2 scarves allowed in the home end?
    Surely you go to a match to give 100% undivided, support to your team?
    If you happen to be a neutral who has acquired tickets, then do the decent thing and give them to a true fan.
    1/3 & 1/2 scarves – ban them!

  5. Bill Carson
    Bill Carson says:

    Rich – absolutely!
    Also is Roary the a Tiger still banned from away games? I was there at Hayes in the FA Cup when he took a home fans scarf and dropped it in the mud!
    #PrioritiesRUS #Fansbeingpricedout #RoaryTravel #KingBilly4Chairman

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