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Start Date: 11/12/12 (Aged 15)

Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Hull City to leave KC Stadium in May?

Hull City owner Assem Allam has announced that the Tigers could leave the KC Stadium after only ten years of playing there. However, he also said that this move would only happen if Hull achieve promotion to the Premier League in May.

"I don't see the future of the club being at the KC Stadium. If we get promoted, then there are other plans."

The Tigers currently share the KC Stadium with Rugby League outfit, Hull FC. Hull City Council currently own the ground. However, Allam would either want to be the out-right owner or leave. This is due to the fact that he does not want to pay to re-develop a stadium that he and Hull City do not own.

"There is no future for me and the KC Stadium unless it is freehold. If you rent a house, then you don't pay to put an extension on it."

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