Hull City Football Club – Trialist Stars For City Reserves

It was a positive night fro Hull City Football Club in their home fixture in the reserves league on Wednesday night. Hosting near neighbours Scunthorpe United at Ferriby’s Church Road ground, the Tigers’ second string ran out comfortable 3-0 winners. But that wasn’t the only pleasing point of the evening. Now you can find out why, with a round up of the latest news coming out of Hull City Football Club.

On Wednesday evening the reserves ran out 3-0 winners over Scunthorpe United with a smattering of first team stars on display in a mixture of youth and experience taking up the mantle for the Tigers. ข่าวบอล Included in affairs for City was Kamil Zayatte who played a stellar role in the centre of midfield for an hour along with Ian Ashbee and both are expected to be added to the squad for the short trip to Barnsley at the weekend.

However, the two main talking point of the evening was seeing Arsenal loan signing keeper Vito Mannone provide a vocal and assured presence between the sticks – despite a relatively comfortable night – and triallist Liam Rosenior take up the right back berth for City. Both players offered plenty of promise and the latter went a long way to securing a more permanent deal at Hull City Football Club after leaving Ipswich Town.

Elsewhere though – away from last night’s reserves exploits – two players look destined to extend their stays at the club. Firstly, loan signing Rowan Vine – who arrived from Queens Park Rangers for an initial one month loan spell – looks set to remain at City. The two clubs are supposedly in talks with a view to the striker staying with Hull City Football Club for a little while longer.

Finally, City stalwart Nick Barmby is hoping his performances can earn another year on his deal at the club. The 36 year old has a contract that is due to expire at the end of the season, but the locally born star is hoping to get a new deal with Hull City Football Club so he continue playing for his home town team. At the present, Barmby is already embedded into the coaching staff, but hopes to continue pulling on his boots for the Tigers for another year.

Should the former England international receive his wish, it would see the Hull man extend his stay at the club to an unprecedented six consecutive years.

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