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Hull City 2009/10 Away kit Small

Hull City 2009/10 Away kit Small

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This beautiful Umbro kit has a very special neck design to honor ''The Tigers''. Hull City's nickname is "The Tigers," which is derived from their traditional black and amber striped jerseys. The size is Small and it also features Climate Control Technology. 

Hull City achieved promotion to the Premier League for the first time in their history for the 2008/09 season. This was a significant milestone for the club.

In the 2009/10 season, Hull City competed in several competitions, including the Premier League, the FA Cup, and the Football League Cup (Carling Cup). Here's a summary of their performance in these competitions:

  1. Premier League: Hull City had a challenging season in the Premier League. They finished in 19th place which meant that they were relegated to the Championship. They accumulated 30 points over the course of the season, winning 6 games, drawing 12, and losing 20.

  2. FA Cup: In the FA Cup, Hull City reached the third round of the competition. They were eliminated from the tournament after losing 0-4 to Wigan Athletic in a third-round replay.

  3. Football League Cup (Carling Cup): Hull City made it to the third round of the League Cup.

Hull City had a mix of players, but some notable individuals who played for the club during that period included:

  1. Jimmy Bullard: Jimmy Bullard was a central midfielder and one of the key players for Hull City during that season. He was known for his energy and creativity in midfield.

  2. Stephen Hunt: Stephen Hunt was an Irish winger known for his work rate and ability to deliver crosses into the box. He was an important part of Hull City's squad.

  3. Geovanni: Geovanni was a Brazilian midfielder who had a knack for scoring spectacular goals. He had a successful spell at Hull City, and his creativity was important for the team.

  4. Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink: The Dutch striker Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink played for Hull City in the 2009/10 season and contributed with goals and physical presence up front.

  5. Craig Fagan: Craig Fagan was a versatile forward who played for Hull City during that season. He could play as a striker or on the wing.

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