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SBD Global/April 8, 2014/Franchises
Fans Of EPL Side Hull City Back Tigers Rebrand, But Voting Corruption Alleged
Published April 8, 2014
VOTING CORRUPTION ALLEGED: In London, Ben Rumsby reported doubt "was cast on the validity of Hull’s poll even before the results were published." Campaign group City Til We Die accused Allam of "blackmailing fans by vowing to walk away from the club if they rebelled." The ballot form itself "reinforced that message," while campaign group City Til We Die on Monday night claimed “large swathes” of season-ticket holders failed to receive it electronically and “hundreds” saw their responses "wiped by a glitch upon submitting them" (TELEGRAPH, 4/7).