Protecting English football’s heritage: Hull City v Hull Tigers - Entry A
Published 27 August 2014
Richard Bush writes how, as a football fan, he fully sympathised with the horror expressed by Hull City’s fans (or at least a vocal number of them) to last season’s ultimately unsuccessful attempt by the club’s owners to change the club’s name to ‘Hull Tigers’.1
The difficult balance in the modern game
Hull City’s name change application and The FA Rule A(3)(l)
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