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Chester looking to make history with Hull

James Chester has urged his Hull team-mates to "make some history" as they prepare for their FA Cup semi-final with Sheffield United.

I've been here for three years and the turnaround in the club in that space of time has been quite amazing.

It's been a journey that I have enjoyed.

To get to the Premier League is where you want to play your football, and hopefully we are safe this season and then we can enjoy that adventure again next year," Chester said.

The FA Cup run has been a bonus. You win three games and are into a quarter-final, then now a semi-final and it's amazing how quickly you reach this stage in the competition.

– Hull City defender James Chester


Duo given time to respond

Hull striker Yannick Sagbo and QPR loanee Benoit Assou-Ekotto have been granted more time to respond to charges relating to the quenelle gesture, Press Association Sport understands.

Both players were charged with improper conduct by the Football Association last week following social media posts referring to the quenelle and were given until April 8 to respond.


Hull fans narrowly vote in favour of name change to Hull Tigers

Hull City season ticket holders have narrowly voted in favour of name change to Hull Tigers


BALLOT RESULTS: 15,033 season card holders were eligible to vote with 5,874 choosing to respond #UTT


BALLOT RESULTS: 2,565 voted yes to Hull Tigers with the Allam Family continuing to lead the club #UTT

792 voted 'I am not too concerned and will continue to support the club either way' and 9,159 Season Card holders opted not to vote.

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