Tribal Football - Football News, Soccer News, Transfers & Rumours Latest Articles for Hull City https://www.tribalfootball.com/clubs/hull-city Mon, 14 Oct 2019 17:03:53 +1100 http://www.tribalfootball.com/images/tribal-logo-rss.png Tribal Football http://www.tribalfootball.com <![CDATA[Hull midfielder Jarrod Bowen tops Newcastle shopping list]]> <p>Hull City midfielder Jarrod Bowen is high on Newcastle United's January shopping list.</p><p>The <a href="https://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/revealed-newcastles-first-steps-towards-17073766">Evening Chronicle</a><a href="https://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/revealed-newcastles-first-steps-towards-17073766"></a> says Newcastle plan to support Steve Bruce in the January transfer window, with recruitment planning already under way at St James' Park.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/hull-midfielder-jarrod-bowen-tops-newcastle-shopping-list-4300240?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BHull%2BCity'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Hull City midfielder Jarrod Bowen is high on Newcastle United's January shopping list.

The Evening Chronicle says Newcastle plan to support Steve Bruce in the January transfer window, with recruitment planning already under way at St James' Park.

Steve Nickson has begun the process of compiling target lists with United looking at midfield options and also potential forward additions.

One name fed into summits is Bowen, who is entering the final year of his contract. But the Tigers have an option to trigger another year, which they plan to do.

Bowen would tick every Newcastle box and is understood to be open to the idea of a move to St James' Park but whether United would extend to the reported 20million fee is another matter.

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<![CDATA[Man Utd vs Chelsea kids? Why there's no (& unfair) comparison]]> <p>COMMENT: Not good enough. They're just not up to it. These Manchester United kids. They're not United standard. Just look at what's happening at Chelsea. There's simply no comparing...</p><p>Which is right. There is no comparing the youngsters Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is trying to bring through at United and what Frank Lampard has on his hands at Chelsea. And nor should there be. Indeed, those ex-players scrambling over eachother to condemn Solskjaer and the talent he's working with should know better. And instead of drawing the irrational comparison with Frank's Blue Babes, they should be informing the public of why the stark difference.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/man-utd-vs-chelsea-kids-why-there-s-no-unfair-comparison-4299499?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BHull%2BCity'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> COMMENT: Not good enough. They're just not up to it. These Manchester United kids. They're not United standard. Just look at what's happening at Chelsea. There's simply no comparing...

Which is right. There is no comparing the youngsters Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is trying to bring through at United and what Frank Lampard has on his hands at Chelsea. And nor should there be. Indeed, those ex-players scrambling over eachother to condemn Solskjaer and the talent he's working with should know better. And instead of drawing the irrational comparison with Frank's Blue Babes, they should be informing the public of why the stark difference.

Because the answer is simple. Easy. And could actually lead to a decent debate about the differences between the two clubs regarding youth development and the use of the loan system.

It's stating the bleedin' obvious and this column apologises to those whom have already sent their remote or shoe through a screen. But the thing about comparing the kids we're seeing at Chelsea and what's coming through at United is that there is no comparison. The lads making headlines today: Mason Mount, Fikayo Tomori and Tammy Abraham, have also made headlines elsewhere. Mount had an outstanding year in Holland before last season's spell with Lampard at Derby County. Tomori also is no sudden star. His time with the Rams, which culminated with the club's Player of the Year gong, was actually his third loan spell after stints with Hull City and Brighton - where he didn't exactly pull up any trees. Which the same can be said of Abraham and his time with Swansea City. A period when many on the outside were encouraging the club to cut the lad loose. Again, like Tomori, it's taken Abraham three different loan spells away (Bristol City and Aston Villa included) to reach the level of what we're seeing today.

In contrast, the youngsters Solskjaer has turned to - Mason Greenwood, Angel Gomes and Tahith Chong - are all in the middle of their first real experience as senior players. Yeah, they've had bits and pieces over the last two seasons. But this is the first time in their careers where there's an expectation of them as members of a senior squad. Something Tomori and Abraham were getting to grips with three seasons previous. Even Aaron Wan-Bissaka was only making his first team debut with Crystal Palace less than 18 months ago - just as Daniel James was doing as a Swansea City player. Indeed, amongst this United group, it is Axel Tuanzebe who boasts the longest time involved as a senior prospect.

So comparison? There is no comparison. But what is worth exploring is United's attitude to the loan system. An approach which is more about protecting and cultivating a saleable asset than any serious plan to develop a youngster for a first team future with the club. Tuanzebe aside, those youngsters earmarked as having the potential to be a United first teamer aren't risked to the loan system. Instead, they're kept in-house. The long-held view, dating back to Jose Mourinho's time in charge, is the most gifted are better served training with - and being around - the first team. If Reece James had accepted that offer from United 18 months ago, there'd have been no season with Wigan Athletic. Nor a Latics Player of the Year award for the Chelsea fullback.

So are United missing a trick here? Well, there is no hard and fast answer. The success and failures of youth development are always a slow burn. But the progress of Scott McTominay does offer United some hope that they're on the right track.

No-one saw the emergence of McTominay coming - outside of Mourinho, of course. Now a Scotland international and first-choice for Solskjaer, McTominay never came close to being capped at youth level by Scotland - nor England. But into his third season as a senior player, no pundit would dare claim he doesn't deserve his current status. Which wasn't exactly what was being said about the midfielder after his first season under Mourinho.

"McTominay, when I watch him, I'm not sure he's actually good enough on the ball to be a Man United midfield player," questioned former United captain Gary Neville. "Is he sharp enough on the ball to be a Man United central midfield player?"

But today - or at least last week - after McTominay's goalscoring performance for the draw with Arsenal, Neville was saying, ahem, something slightly different: I have to say, he [McTominay] steps up every single game. He's always there and wants the ball every single time.

He might give it away but he wants it again and sometimes it's about having the temperament to play for a big club and I think he's got that."

What hasn't yet been acknowledged is that McTominay's progress has continued since the change of manager. Indeed, this column would argue it's accelerated since Solskjaer and his staff have grabbed hold of him.

Which could be the same that awaits Greenwood and co in the coming seasons. So long as the club is patient and those making irrational comparisons are ignored.

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<![CDATA[Varga: Vitesse coach Slutsky will return to English football]]> <p>Outspoken agent Sandor Varga believes Vitesse Arnhem coach Leonid Slutsky will return to English football.</p><p>Close to Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich, Slutsky had a spell in charge of Hull City before moving to Holland.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/varga-vitesse-coach-slutsky-will-return-to-english-football-4298583?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BHull%2BCity'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Outspoken agent Sandor Varga believes Vitesse Arnhem coach Leonid Slutsky will return to English football.

Close to Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich, Slutsky had a spell in charge of Hull City before moving to Holland.

Varga said, "I believe that Slutsky will return to England.

"He left a good impression. They praised his English, the training process, relations with the leadership, the fans.

"His work was appreciated, despite the final place."

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<![CDATA[Watford moving for Hull trialist Kevin Harletun]]> <p>Watford are moving for young Swedish prospect Kevin Harletun.</p><p>The Hornets have been alerted to the availability of the 19-year-old striker who is about to come to the end of his contract with Malmo, says <a href="https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/9964080/watford-hull-kevin-harletun-transfer/ ">The Sun</a>.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/watford-moving-for-hull-trialist-kevin-harletun-4297692?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BHull%2BCity'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Watford are moving for young Swedish prospect Kevin Harletun.

The Hornets have been alerted to the availability of the 19-year-old striker who is about to come to the end of his contract with Malmo, says The Sun.

The Sweden Under-19 international has decided against committing himself to a new deal with Malmo in favour of trying his luck abroad.

That means he will be available essentially on a free transfer from November - with a compensation fee of around 140,000 all he would cost.

Until now, Championship club Hull had seemed the most likely destination for Harletun.

He was given permission to spend three weeks training with the Tigers where he impressed manager Grant McCann.

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<![CDATA[Newcastle boss Bruce: Why we signed Robertson for Hull]]> <p>Newcastle United boss Steve Bruce has spoken of working with Liverpool fullback Kieran Tierney.</p><p>Bruce signed the Scotland skipper for 2.85m in 2014 and he spent three years at the KCOM Stadium before making the switch to Merseyside where, like Van Dijk, he has become a key member of Jurgen Klopp's side.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/newcastle-boss-bruce-why-we-signed-robertson-for-hull-4296674?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BHull%2BCity'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Newcastle United boss Steve Bruce has spoken of working with Liverpool fullback Kieran Tierney.

Bruce signed the Scotland skipper for 2.85m in 2014 and he spent three years at the KCOM Stadium before making the switch to Merseyside where, like Van Dijk, he has become a key member of Jurgen Klopp's side.

Stan Ternent, my chief scout at the time, said: 'I've just seen this kid at Dundee we've got to take him,'" recalled Bruce, whose Newcastle side currently sit 14th in the table with four points.

We did our homework. I went to see him and we took him. It was a little bit of a gamble.

I remember him arriving with his mum, holding her hand. To be fair to him, we had a couple of injuries, I threw Andy in and he had an unbelievable debut against QPR.

"He hasn't looked back, has he? He's been quite remarkable."

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<![CDATA[Newcastle boss Bruce: My attempt to sign Van Dijk]]> <p>Newcastle United boss Steve Bruce has revealed he attempted to sign Virgil van Dijk while he was manager of Hull.</p><p>Bruce will come up against the Dutch centre-back when his Newcastle side face Premier League leaders Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday. </p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/newcastle-boss-bruce-my-attempt-to-sign-van-dijk-4296673?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BHull%2BCity'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Newcastle United boss Steve Bruce has revealed he attempted to sign Virgil van Dijk while he was manager of Hull.

Bruce will come up against the Dutch centre-back when his Newcastle side face Premier League leaders Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday.

Virgil van Dijk: wow, what a player," he said.

We all know how good Liverpool are up front but signing him and the keeper [Alisson] gave Liverpool the backbone they needed, just took them to the next level.

I could have taken him [Van Dijk] to Hull. I had dinner with Kenny Dalglish and the owner of Celtic, Dermot Desmond, in Barbados I'm name-dropping now and Desmond was waxing lyrical about the best players he's had.

"He was saying: '[Henrik] Larsson is definitely, definitely the best I've seen play for Celtic in my ownership but what I can't understand is nobody has gone for Van Dijk.'

I thought: 'That's interesting, he's seen a lot of football over the last 12 years,' so I tried to get him before he went to Southampton but I had no chance."

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<![CDATA[Southampton, Newcastle target Hull winger Bowen]]> <p>Southampton and Newcastle are chasing after Hull City winger Jarrod Bowen.<br></p><p>The two clubs want to sign the Championship star in the January transfer window.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/southampton-newcastle-target-hull-winger-bowen-4296047?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BHull%2BCity'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Southampton and Newcastle are chasing after Hull City winger Jarrod Bowen.

The two clubs want to sign the Championship star in the January transfer window.

Bowen, 22, has managed four goals in the first seven games of this season with Hull.

He was the club's top scorer last season, netting 22.

Per the Daily Express, the Saints and Magpies will attempt to lure Bowen to the Premier League in the coming months.

But given Hull's precarious position in the Championship, they may be reluctant to lose their star man midway through the campaign.

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<![CDATA[Southampton, Newcastle watching Hull attacker Jarrod Bowen]]> <p>Southampton and Newcastle United are watching Hull City attacker Jarrod Bowen.</p><p>Bowen, 22, has scored four goals in seven appearances so far this season for the Tigers, who could struggle to keep hold of him in January, says the <a href="https://www.express.co.uk/sport/football/1175128/Newcastle-news-Southampton-Jarrod-Bowen-Hull">Daily Express</a>.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/southampton-newcastle-watching-hull-attacker-jarrod-bowen-4295990?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BHull%2BCity'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Southampton and Newcastle United are watching Hull City attacker Jarrod Bowen.

Bowen, 22, has scored four goals in seven appearances so far this season for the Tigers, who could struggle to keep hold of him in January, says the Daily Express.

He was named in the Championship Team of the Season last term after finishing the campaign as Hull's leading scorer with 22 goals to his name.

Hull resisted all temptation to cash in on the player that they plucked out of non-league football with Hereford United four years ago.

Saints and Newcastle have both had scouts checking him out in the opening weeks of the new season who will be impressed with what they have seen.

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<![CDATA[Jarrod Bowen: What they say about the coveted Hull City midfield ace]]> <p>A stellar campaign in the EFL Championship last season saw Hull City midfielder Jarrod Bowen net 22 times and included in the team of the season.</p><p>Indeed, at just 22, he has already been linked with a 7 million move to Arsenal.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/jarrod-bowen-what-they-say-about-the-coveted-hull-city-midfield-ace-4293786?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BHull%2BCity'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> A stellar campaign in the EFL Championship last season saw Hull City midfielder Jarrod Bowen net 22 times and included in the team of the season.

Indeed, at just 22, he has already been linked with a 7 million move to Arsenal.

The forward had failed trials at Cardiff and Aston Villa before moving to Hereford as a teenager. He was subsequently snapped up by Hull in 2014 and featured in all 46 games for Nigel Adkins' side last season.

Here's what others have had to say about the fledgling youngster:


NIGEL ADKINS (ex-Hull City manager): We have a good culture at the club where everyone works hard and Jarrod works hard he has got talent and ability. Hard work beats talent if talent does not work hard. But he works hard and keeps improving on his game. He's backed up what he scored last season and is now close to 20 goals, which means he is a young man who's not just a one season wonder."


PETER BEADLE (ex-Hereford manager): One of Jarrod's greatest strengths is how quickly he adapts

"When he first started training with our first team it wasn't easy but it didn't take him long to grasp it. He's got a fantastic football brain and I'm not surprised one bit with how well he's done up there."


LEONID SLUTSKY (ex-Hull City manager): For me it's nothing young players or old players it is important only the levels of players. I know good players and bad players and Jarrod is a good player. For me the age of a player is not important. I know good players and bad players and Jarrod is a good player."


DAVID MARSHALL (Hull City captain/goalkeeper): I am sure Jarrod will get a move but I don't think this is the right time for him. He's doing well, scoring goals and the rewards will come. It doesn't surprise me that Jarrod has top clubs watching him. Let's hope we can get to Wednesday."


TONY PENNOCK (Hull City first team coach): Jarrod showed glimpses of what he's capable of when he took to Conference football well. I always kept in touch with Peter Beadle the youth team coach at Hereford who was my manager at Newport County. We weren't the only ones interested in Jarrod, there were a number of clubs with category One academies.

"When he came up to meet with Steve Bruce, and had a look around, we managed to persuade him to join us. He's a boy who is 100 per cent committed and he's excited by this challenge. I'm sure he'll do well here."


PAUL WARNE (Rotherham manager): I think their front three are really good. The two wingers are the best in the league, at the moment on form.

They are very good, and we have to obviously deal with them. If we do that at source without the ball getting to them, it would help."


Grant McCann (Hull City manager): Jarrod is a down to earth kid who just comes with a smile on his face. He just gets on with it. Speculation does not interest him and it doesn't interest us either really. Jarrod understands what he's got to do.

"If he stays here then he'll continue to be one of the best wide players in the league. That's what we're looking from him."


FRAIZER CAMPBELL (Hull City striker):


JON BEALE (Hull City u23 head coach): I hope Jarrod is here next year but if he isn't and moves on I hope he gets everything he deserves if that's the case.

"He arrived at the club at the same time as me from Hereford when I did at Swansea.

"I worked with him in the u18's initially and now we've got a good bond. I'm privileged to have played a small part in what has been his development."


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<![CDATA[Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp holding onto Herbie Kane]]> <p>Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is hanging onto Herbie Kane.</p><p>The <a href="https://www.portsmouth.co.uk/sport/football/portsmouth-fc/portsmouth-receive-setback-in-pursuit-of-liverpool-s-herbie-kane-1-9042122">Portsmouth News</a> says Kane will be remaining at the club.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/liverpool-boss-jurgen-klopp-holding-onto-herbie-kane-4293752?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BHull%2BCity'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is hanging onto Herbie Kane.

The Portsmouth News says Kane will be remaining at the club.

The 20-year-old had been linked with a host of Football League clubs, including Portsmouth, Charlton and Hull.

But Kane will remain at Anfield and is likely to feature in the Reds' Carabao Cup campaign.

The midfielder made 49 appearances whilst on loan at Doncaster years, scoring seven times.

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