Hull City football books and dvds from and a virtual aerial tour of the KC stadium. Great books about current and former Hull City players and Hull City managers and the history of Hull City football club.
Top recommended books include Look Back in Amber, A Century of City: The Official History of Hull City 1904-2004, Raich Carter the Biography plus many more in the Hull City online bookshop
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Swanny: Confessions of a Lower League Legend
Falling foul of several managers along the way, he was often in trouble with referees, too, picking up 10 red cards and countless bookings. But on the other side of the coin is a caring man who always took time out at his various clubs to visit children in hospital. After retiring in 2000, Swan initially struggled to come to terms with his life outside football, but he has since become a cult figure in Hull, where he now commentates on Hull City's matches. A larger than life character with no regrets, Peter Swan tells the remarkable story of the highs and lows of his 16-year career - from Wembley joy to the chronic knee condition that forced him out of the game and could see him confined to a wheelchair.
Deano: From Gipsyville to the Premiership
His story has been nothing short of dramatic.Though never far from controversy, Deano's reputation as an old fashioned centre-forward hitting the target over 200 times in his career, has made him popular with fans and players alike. He recalls the incidents that earned him a 'bad-boy' reputation and the moments of glory that made him a sporting hero. Ultimately this is the story of a hardworking pro who stands out as a real man in the modern game. Deano blows the lid on what it is really like day in day out to stay at the top.This edition updates the story to include the 2007-08 season, the story of the Play-off final at Wembley and the GBP 60m wonder goal that took Hull City into the Premier League.
Boothferry Park was home to Hull City for over 50 years from 31 August 1946 until December 2002, when the club moved to a brand-new ground, the Kingston Communications Stadium. It's likely that the ground will make way for a housing development.