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Hull Announce 2014-15 25 Man Squad

Hull Announce 2014-15 25 Man Squad

Manager Steve Bruce has submitted his Premier League 25 man squad for this season following the closure of the transfer deadline and a busy summer for the club.

Having smashed our club record transfer fee when signing Adel Hernandez, we saw a few departures - notably Shane Long - but far more arrivals.

For the 25 man squad no team can feature more than 17 non homegrown players, and home grown players have to have spent 36 months prior to their 21st birthday with a club registered in England or Wales.

Current Under 21s do not have to be registered in the squad but are still eligible to play in the league, and anybody not named amongst the 25 are only in contention for Cup competitions.

Bruce will again tweak his 25 man selection when the January window closes.

Full 25 man squad:

(HG) Aluko, Sone
Ben Arfa, Hatem
(HG) Brady, Robert
(HG) Bruce, Alex Stephen
(HG) Chester, James Grant
(HG) Davies, Curtis
(HG) Dawson, Michael Richard
Diame, Mohamed
Eissa, Ahmed Elmehamady Abdelfattah Aly
Figueroa Rochez, Maynor Alexis
(HG) Harper, Stephen Alan
Hernandez Platero, Abel Mathias
(HG) Huddlestone, Thomas Andrew
(HG) Ince, Thomas
Jakupovic, Eldin
Jelavic, Nikica
(HG) Livermore, Jake Cyril
McGregor, Allan James
(HG) McShane, Paul David
Meyler, David
(HG) Quinn, Stephen
Ramirez Pereyra, Gaston Exequiel
(HG) Rosenior, Liam James
Sagbo Latte, Yannick Anister
Snodgrass, Robert

(HG) denotes homegrown

Under 21s:

Aimson, William Stewart
Annan, William John
Barkworth, Ellis
Batty, Daniel Thomas
Bowen, Jarrod
Buckle, Jake Alexander
Clackstone, Joshua Philip
Clappison, Benjamin Lewis
Clark, Max Oliver
Cracknell, Joseph
Dawson, Leon Stanley
Dixon, Matthew
Fallowfield, Ryan Jack Glenn
Hinchliffe, Benjamin Jack
Jahraldo-Martin, Callum
Langton, Mitchell Jay
Lenihan, Brian Patrick
Lofts, Luke
Maguire, Harry
Mahon, John
Margetts, Jonathon Gary
McCawl, Eoghan Martin
Newman-Morton, Devonte
Penny, Alexander James Robert Kevin
Pugh, Joseph James
Robertson, Andrew
Rodgers, Harvey
Rose, Jacob
Rossi, Karim
Ter Horst, Johan
Topliss, Sam David
Townsend, Conor Stephen
Walker, Joseph Michael
Watson, Rory

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Thursday September 4 2014
Time: 2:44PM

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