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And It's Goodbye From Hull...

Wednesday will face a double header against Bristol City in the Championship next season after Phil Brown led Hull City into the Premiership for the first time in their history.

Dean Windass bagged the only goal of the match with a wonderstrike just before half-time to give the Tigers a 1-0 win over Gary Johnson's Robins at Wembley this afternoon in front of 86,000 fans.

And that means Wednesday know all-but-one of their opponents for the 2008-09 campaign, with the final team yet to be decided in tomorrow's League One Play-Off final between Doncaster Rovers and Leeds United.

Derby County, Birmingham City and Reading will be the teams coming down from the Premiership to face the Owls, while from League One will be champions Swansea City and second-placed Nottingham Forest.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 24 2008

Time: 5:51PM

Your Comments

We need more Yorkshire clubs in the Premiership, so c'mon the Owls - see you next season? - HUAFC
ApocalypsoX
well done hull city great to see a yorkshire club suceed hope the owls can join you soon .
beverley owl
Fair play to em.
Auckland Owl
there not yorkshire! not my yorkshire anyway,mine stretches from barnsley to doncaster. reckon they'll beat derbys pathetic score?
aball2112
Great Goal, crap game, poor atmosphere, comin straight back down.
BOUNCIN OWL
only team that got a chance of stayin up is westbrom theyve got money n a few gd players already stokes physical way of playing wont work in premiership wont get away with so many fouls
boothe
 

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