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Dudgeon extends Tigers stay

Hull left-back Joe Dudgeon has signed a new one-year contract at the KC Stadium, the club have announced.

"I managed to get fit for the last couple of months of last season and I got a few behind-closed-doors (games) under my belt," the 23-year-old told www.hullcitytigers.com.

"It was good to get those games in and I've been building on that through the off season. Hopefully now I have a good foundation for pre-season and I can kick on from here.

"It's all about focussing on the future now. You can't keep thinking about the past. You can learn from it but you have to move on.

"This is a fresh start now and I want to show everybody that I still want to be here and I want to play."

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Hull unveil new 'nameless' crest

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To know where you're going, you've got to know where you came from. 14/15 crest revealed.... http://t.co/bVCUcoOE9I

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Hull unveiled a new club crest on Friday morning, with the design not incorporating the team name.

Chairman Assem Allam wants to rebrand the club from Hull City AFC to Hull Tigers, but while his wish was not granted by the FA the club continues to use the name Hull City Tigers in statements.

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