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Hull City Announces Four-Year Kit Deal With Umbro Beginning In June

04 / 23 / 14

EPL side Hull City and Umbro "have signed a new lucrative four-year partnership deal" beginning in June, according to the HULL DAILY MAIL. The strip for the '14-15 season "is expected to be unveiled in June." It is unclear what club badge will appear on the strip "because of the continued doubt over...

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