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08/12/2016 at 20:06


NEWS: City legend Brian Bulless passes away

Hull City are mourning the loss of arguably one of the greatest left sided players ever - Brian Bulless - after the football club released news earlier,that the former Tigers star has sadly passed away this week at the age of 83 years old. 

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Brian Bulless - RIP

Bulless was one of the original 'one club men' that graced the Boothferry Park turf for Hull City - and what's more, left his home town school,to play for his home town team of Hull City, to become the quintessential local boy done good.

Harking back to his best days for the Tigers during the late 50s and earlier 60s, Bulless went on to make a commendable 357 appearances for Hull City and scored 36 goals along the way, in an impressive, distinguished and long serving era with the club.

From scoring the only goal on his debut in a 1-0 win over Southampton back in 1951, right through to his final match that saw a 4-2 victory over Wrexham, Brian Bulless was an integral figure of Hull City Football Club culture and history.

Naturally, everyone at CI passes on their condolences to Brian's family and friends at this sad time. 

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