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Hull City prepare for Slovakian tie

Hull City now know they will be making their European debut in Slovakia.

Hull set for trip to Slovakia
Hull set for trip to Slovakia

AS Trencin, who finished runners-up in their domestic league, took a 4-0 lead into last night's second leg against FK Vojvodina from Serbia, but only scrambled through 4-3 on aggregate.

Zilina's stadium, 80km away, meets UEFA regulations
Zilina's stadium, 80km away, meets UEFA regulations

The first leg of the Tigers' Europa League third qualifying round next Thursday has been moved eighty kilometers north to the city of Zilina, where the stadium meets UEFA regulations.

Read: Tigers linked with Scottish starlet

Hull expected to sign Dundee starlet

Hull City look set to sign 20-year-old Dundee United fullback Andrew Robertson for around £3 million as Steve Bruce strengthens his squad for the upcoming Europa League campaign.

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Assuming the Robertson deal goes through, his signing by UTD must go down as one of the best bits of Scots footy business in recent times

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With a fee now agreed, Dundee UTD have given Andrew Robertson permission to speak to Hull City

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Winnall leaves Scunthorpe for Barnsley

Scunthorpe United forward Sam Winnall has signed for recently relegated Barnsley for an undisclosed fee.

The former Wolves man bagged 23 goals in 49 games for the Iron, topping the scoring charts as the team won promotion from League Two.

101 days of Cellino at Leeds

It is 101 days since controversial Italian Massimo Cellino took over at Leeds United - and it certainly hasn't been dull!

He has sacked manager Brian McDermott, appointed a little-known replacement, lost a star player and captain..and started raiding the Italian transfer market to build a new team; and he's promised to get rid of the club's Thorp Arch training base, and buy back Elland Road.

He has been talking about all that - and more - in an exclusive TV interview for Calendar.

John Shires reports.

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Cellino on McCormack: 'In his mind he was already gone'

Former Leeds United captain Ross McCormack had resolved to leave the club before the team left for a pre-season tour of Italy, according to Massimo Cellino.

The Italian reiterated that he was reluctant to sell the Scot, who was the Championship's top scorer last season.

He told ITV Calendar that the club did not need to sell and it hurt him to sell to a league rival, rather than a higher division club:

Cellino: I'm building a team to stay in Premier League for good

Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino says his transfer policy will ensure the clubs survival in the Premier League when they get promoted.

New manager Dave Hockaday has already signed several Italian players, goalkeeper Stuart Taylor but sold 29-goal captain Ross McCormack to Fulham for £10.75 million.

The former Cagliari owner says he wants to sign players who will grow with the club:

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