Thursday, 12 December 2013

Hull City Applied to Football Association for Name Change


Hull Tigers
"Hull Tigers"- Premier League club Hull before name change
The English soccer first division side Hull City has requested a name change formally at the FA's Football Federation.

London: The English football first division side Hull City in the FA's National Federation formally a name change requested. In the future, the Club from Kingston wants to hull under the name "hull Tigers" to participate, club owners Assem Allam (74) hoped for improved marketing opportunities through the step at the international level.

Already in August was the Association of the German striker Nick Proschwitz as "Hull City Tigers" have been registered, but the Club only with the approval of the company under the new name must play its matches.

Large parts of the annex of the Premier League riser, the project was encountered harsh criticism, the relationship between Club and fans is considered to be tense. So Allam had called the name "City" miserable and usually - it formed a protest movement.

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