Steve Bruce to consider his future at Hull City if he's unable to bolster his squadby Jack Kitson / 20 July 2015, 10:29Tweet
According to reports Hull City gaffer Steve Bruce consider his future with the Tigers if the club's owner, Assem Allam, fails to provide him with adequate resources ahead of the rapidly approaching 2015/16 campaign.
Hull suffered relegation down to the Championship on the final day of last season, but Bruce is determined to lead his troops back up to the Premier League at the first time of asking.
However, the battle for promotion up to England's top-tier is one of the most competitive and enduring in football, although in Bruce Hull have a manager who has achieved this feat on three separate occasions, including with the Tigers back in 2012/13.
Since losing their top-flight status Hull have lost a number of players, including Tom Ince, Paul McShane and Stephen Quinn, meaning Bruce is desperate for some funds to bolster his squad. However, if the club fail to provide the 54-year-old with any cash, then a departure from the KC Stadium could suddenly be a real possibility.
Hull, who one of the favourites for promotion at 3/1 (Bet365), kick-off the new term at home to Huddersfield on Saturday 8 August, a match which is followed by fixtures against Accrington (Capital One Cup) Wolves, Fulham, Charlton, and Preston in the month of August.