On Cloud Seven – Hull City’s players

A website dedicated to the footballers who have played a senior competitive football match for Hull City, since 1904…

…and the “nearly men” who sat on the Hull City bench one or more times but never made a senior appearance…

…plus a list of all the grounds where Hull City has played, designed to satisfy even the most ardent groundhoppers and groundtickers…

…and interactive features so that you can add your own memories and knowledge about your City heroes.  If you have additional information about a player – he’s a family member, you have an interesting anecdote, he once fixed your boiler, etc – then please leave details in the comments box on that player’s page.

Hull City’s All-Time Players  | 1100

Hull City’s Nearly Men  |     36

Hull City’s Grounds Played  |   182

Latest Hull City Fixture Update | 10 April 2021

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Full back Walter Goodin had a trial for the newly formed Hull City in April 1905, then played a League game for the Tigers a year later during a second trial. Neither time did he impress and he went back to soldiering.

▶️ https://www.oncloudseven.com/33-walter-goodin/

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Centre forward Terry Peacock came from Hull and played twice for City in 1955 after completing his National Service. He spent two years playing for QPR then had a short period at Scarborough before retiring. He now lives in Brough.

▶️ https://www.oncloudseven.com/452-terry-peacock/

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Ned Neve was a Prescot-born outside left who joined City in 1906 and was Gordon Wright's deputy on the wing for six years. He later played for Derby County and Nottingham Forest then suffered gas poisoning in WW1 and died in 1920 at 35.

▶️ https://www.oncloudseven.com/35-ned-neve/

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Scottish ex-Army centre forward John McNeill joined the Tigers in May 1937 and struck 25 senior goals in his first season as City narrowly missed out on promotion. His form dipped in his second season and he was offloaded to Bury.

▶️ https://www.oncloudseven.com/318-john-mcneill/

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Full back Cliff Woodhead hailed from near Barnsley and spent a decade serving Hull City throughout the 1930s, appearing on the list of City's top 20 appearance makers. He then coached City's successful youth team in the 1940s and 1950s.

▶️ https://www.oncloudseven.com/234-cliff-woodhead/

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