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Bruce: I have not been good enough

Relegated Hull City manager Steve Bruce says he and his team "have not been good enough" to stay in the Premier League.

The former Manchester United man led the Tigers to a creditable 0-0 draw against the Red Devils, but it wasn't enough to keep them from sliding into the Championship.

Bruce was coy on discussion about his future saying only that he would analyse his performance:

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The bells ring out across East Yorkshire

Hundreds of bell ringers from around the world have traveled to East Yorkshire for a speical bank-holiday weekend event.

The Beverley and District Ringing Society are playing host to the Central Council of Church Bell Ringers.

It will see over 200 campanologists, some from as far as Canada, practice the historic art at 40 churches all across the county.

And according to the Society's Richard Gibson , the last time the group organised the event was over 3 decades ago.

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Hull name unchanged side for Man Utd clash

Victor Valdes made his full Manchester United debut as Louis van Gaal's side looked to send Hull down with victory at the KC Stadium.

David de Gea failed to overcome his hamstring injury and was left out of the squad, which meant Valdes made his first start since suffering a serious knee injury for Barcelona 14 months ago.

Angel di Maria replaced Marouane Fellaini in midfield and captain Wayne Rooney came in for Radamel Falcao, who did not make the bench.

Hull, who must win to stand any chance of avoiding relegation, named the same starting XI that lost to Tottenham last weekend.

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