International break at great time for Hull City says Peter Swan
The international break has come at a very good time for Hull City. They have found the going tough over the last month with no points taken from their last three games.
Having seven from the first seven matches is a decent return, but it's the way City have taken them that has left some fans disappointed.
If City had taken nothing from their first three fixtures and then picked up seven points after that, there would have been a more upbeat mood at this moment in time.
It's a credit to City they have 11 players away on international duty.
That means training this week and the start of next... read more
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