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Hull City confirm 25 man squad for 2013/14 season

Hull City have confirmed their 25 man squad for the 2013/14 season.

The most surprising inclusion is that of Aaron Mclean, the striker being included within City`s 25 man squad due to City`s failure to sign Shane Long from West Bromwich Albion on transfer deadline day. Reports from West Bromwich Albion, provided by Steve Madeley on Twitter have since suggested that the failure of the Long transfer lies with Hull City due to an attempt to re-finance a deal at a lower level to what was provisionally agreed with West Brom, resulting in the failure of City`s deadline day activity.

Due to Robbie Brady`s age, the Irishman is included within City`s Under 21 squad list and are not required to be registered within the 25 man squad.

There are no other surprises within the 25 man squad with both Matty Fryatt and Nick Proschwitz included although either could leave when the football league loan window opens in a week.

The 25 man squad list and under 21 squad lists are confirmed below;

25 squad players
Player (Home Grown)
McGregor, Allan James (No)
Rosenior, Liam James (Yes)
Figueroa Rochez, Maynor Alexis (No)
Bruce, Alex Stephen (Yes)
Chester, James Grant (Yes)
Davies, Curtis (Yes)
Meyler, David (No)
Huddlestone, Thomas Andrew (Yes)
Graham, Daniel Anthony William (Yes)
Koren, Robert (No)
Livermore, Jake Cyril (Yes)
Jakupovic, Eldin (No)
McShane, Paul David (Yes)
Boyd, George Jan (Yes)
Dudgeon, Joseph Patrick (Yes)
Sagbo Latte, Yannick Anister (No)
Harper, Stephen Alan (Yes)
Faye, Abdoulaye Diagne (No)
Aluko, Sone (Yes)
Eissa, Ahmed Elmehamady Abdelfattah Aly (No)
Quinn, Stephen (Yes)
McLean, Aaron (Yes)
Fryatt, Matthew Charles (Yes)
Proschwitz, Nick (No)
Nagy Ismail, Mohamed (No)

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Aimson, William Stewart
Annan, William John
Armstrong, James
Barlow, Jack Thomas
Brady, Robert
Buckle, Jake Alexander
Chambers, Daniel Lewis
Clackstone, Joshua Philip
Clappison, Benjamin Lewis
Clark, Max Oliver
Cracknell, Joseph
Dawson, Leon Stanley
Dixon, Matthew
Doran, Niall Alexander
Fallowfield, Ryan Jack Glenn
Jahraldo Martin, Callum
Margetts, Jonathon Gary
McCawl, Eoghan Martin
McElroy, Paul James
Newman Morton, Devonte
O'Connor, Sam James
Penny, Alexander James Robert Kevin
Rodgers, Harvey
Rose, Jacob
Topliss, Sam David
Townsend, Conor Stephen
Walker, Joseph Michael
Watson, Rory
Wilson, Douglas




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Writer: Matt Wilson Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 4 2013

Time: 7:37PM

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No real surprises there - Mclean gets a spot by virtue of their being no-one else to take it.
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