Steve Bruce Leaves Hull City

by Andy Dillon / 22 July 2016, 14:57

Steve Bruce has left Hull City just three weeks ahead of the 2016/17 Premier League season.

Twitter went into overdrive earlier this afternoon (Friday), with rumours rife that Bruce had decided to call it quits on his four year tenure with the Tigers. 

The likes of BBC and Sky Sports News have now confirmed the news all Hull fans feared, although the club are yet to break the news.

Bookmakers have been on the ball, reacting to the reports by releasing the odds on who will replace Bruce at the KC Stadium...

...At this early stage it's the likes of Roy Keane, Mike Phelan, Steve McClaren, Ryan Giggs, and Roberto Martinez who have been linked with the club - you can place a bet right here: Next Hull City Manager Market.

Bruce spent four years in charge of Hull, during which he led the club to two promotions up to the Premier League. However, with just a few weeks remaining until the end of the season Bruce, who was left with just 13 fit players at his disposal, has decided enough is enough and handed in his resignation.

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