Hull City, Hull City’s promotion side 2008- Where are they now?

Hull City’s promotion side 2008- Where are they now?

Ten years have passed since Dean Windass volleyed Hull City into the Premier League for the first time in their history against Bristol City in the Play-Off final.

Here is where the Tigers’ starting XI from that day are now-

GK- Boaz Myhill- The Wales international spent seven years with Hull before leaving in 2010 to join West Bromwich Albion, where he remains today eight years on.

RB- Sam Ricketts- He is now in his first managerial role with National League side Wrexham.

CB- Wayne Brown- The 41-year-old is the manager of Isthmian North Division outfit Maldon and Tiptree.

CB- Michael Turner- He played a key role in the Tigers’ promotion in 2008 and now plays in League One for Southend United.

LB- Andy Dawson- He spent ten years as a player with City and is the first-team coach of Scunthorpe United.

RM- Richard Garcia- The former Australia international announced his retirement from playing last year. He is now the assistant manager of Perth Glory and head coach for their youth team.

CM- Ian Ashbee- He captained the Tigers in all four divisions of English football and now works in the watch industry.

CM- Bryan Hughes- He has also retired from the game after spells with Birmingham City, Charlton, City, Accrington Stanley, IBV Vestmannaeyja and Scarborough Athletic.

LM- Nick Barmby- The City legend went onto manage the club after retiring but was harshly sacked by the Allams. He has not worked in football since.

ST- Dean Windass- The scorer of the most famous goal in the Tigers’ history now works as a club ambassador at the KCOM Stadium.

ST- Fraizer Campbell- He spent the 2007/08 season on loan as a teenager from Manchester United and returned to Hull last year. He is the top scorer so far in this campaign.

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