Happy “No to Hull Tigers” Day


It’s two years to the day since the Football Association wisely rejected Assem Allam’s ill-conceived idea of changing Hull City AFC’s name.

The FA would also reject the second application that Mr Allam made, but as that represented mere confirmation of their original decision, it’s the first occasion we think is worthiest of eternal celebration.

So as we depart for Huddersfield, a very happy No to Hull Tigers Day to the owners, staff, players and most of all, supporters of Hull City AFC.

6 replies
  1. John
    John says:

    Poor old Allams you never stop having a go at them the one thing is you are in the minority it’s just that the real supporters don’t get drunk and shout abuse,we would like to thank Mr Allam for saving our club and we will all be sorry when you will shortly be leaving us we all hope you get back some of your hard earned money,thanks for the journey Mr Allam and we wish you all the best.

  2. Bunkers Bill
    Bunkers Bill says:

    Unfortunately we continue to be damaged by the permastrop of our owners after this, as their grand sulk and unwillingness to to perform their roles as leaders of the club means SB gets no public support at this crucial time.

    Looking forward to some new and worthy owners who will restore the name on the badge and mend a broken club. Watch the gates rocket when new owners come in.

  3. Aggie
    Aggie says:

    With you all the way Bunkers Bill – shame on the Allams for what they have done to our club.

  4. ann guy
    ann guy says:

    We’ll see how many of you and the real ,non drinking, holier than thou, fans are able to support the team next season John! Although, I’m sure you’ve not one of us ostracized, loyal pensioners that Mr Allam has banished from the KC with another of his hairbrained schemes. Lucky you.

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