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Hull City’s Recent Form Signals Hope and Progress

Hull City AFC has been a club in transition in recent years, but as the 2023/24 season kicks off, there are signs that the Tigers are starting to find their roar once again. With a series of promising results and a renewed sense of optimism, fans are beginning to believe that better days are ahead for their beloved team.

Tigers celebrating Ozan Tufan’s opening goal vs Bristol City, Friday 25th August.

The Road to Resurgence

Hull City has endured a turbulent period since facing relegation from the Premier League in 2017, including financial challenges, and heavy rotation of players and managers. However, the appointment of Liam Rosenior as Head Coach last season has brought a sense of stability and direction back to the club. Rosenior, who was appointed following his stint as Interim Head Coach at the start of the 2022/23 season, has been instrumental in steering the Tigers towards a brighter future.

Liam Rosenior, Hull City Head Coach: November 2022 – present

Recent Matches: A Glimpse of Hope

Hull City’s recent form provides reasons for optimism. In their pre-season fixtures and the opening matches of the 2023/24 EFL Championship campaign, the team has shown glimpses of the attacking flair and resilience that defined their better days.

Notable victories over Sheffield Wednesday and Blackburn Rovers, and a well fought draw at Bristol City have set the tone for the season, with Tigers fans hoping that the fine run of form continues.

Tigers celebrating Ozan Tufan goal vs Sheffield Wednesday, Saturday 12th August.

Key Players Rising to the Occasion

A crucial factor in Hull City’s recent form is the performance of key players. Ozan Tufan’s exceptional form has been a breath of fresh air for the Tigers. His ability to find the back of the net and create goal-scoring opportunities has been instrumental in the team’s success, and his four goals in the Tigers’ opening 3 games puts him 1st in the Championship top scorers for the 2023/24 season. 

Ozan Tufan following hattrick vs Sheffield Wednesday, Saturday 12th August.

Forward Aaron Connolly has also been in inspiring form, coming off the bench to seal the win against Sheffield Wednesday, and grab an astonishing game-winning brace against Blackburn Rovers. Meanwhile, Jean Michaël Seri and Regan Slater have formed a dynamic partnership in midfield, controlling the tempo of matches and contributing vital assists. Their chemistry and vision have been essential in unlocking opposition defenses.

Aaron Connolly celebrating brace vs Blackburn Rovers, Saturday 19th August.

In addition, the defensive line of Lewie Coyle, Alfie Jones, Sean McLoughlin, and Jacob Greaves, have displayed resolute performances, providing a solid foundation at the back. This newfound defensive stability is crucial for Hull’s ambitions.

Jacob Greaves, Hull City centre-back.

The Path Forward

While Hull City’s recent form is undoubtedly encouraging, the road ahead is not without challenges. The EFL Championship is a competitive league, featuring several ambitious clubs vying for promotion. Maintaining consistency over the course of a long season will be the key to success.

Tigers celebrating winning goal vs Blackburn Rovers, Saturday 17th August.

Manager Liam Rosenior, aware of the challenges ahead, has instilled a sense of belief and purpose within the squad. The team’s style of play, a balance of attacking prowess and defensive solidity, seems to be clicking into place.


Hull City’s recent form is a beacon of hope for fans who have weathered the storm of uncertainty in recent years. The resurgence under Liam Rosenior is a testament to the club’s resilience and determination to regain its status among English football’s elite.

Fans at Hull City vs Bristol City, Friday 25th August.

As the 2023/24 season unfolds, Hull City fans will be watching with bated breath, hoping that this promising start is a sign of brighter days to come. While the journey to promotion is long and challenging, the Tigers are showing that they are ready to fight their way back to the top.

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