Date: 25th May 2017 at 9:06pm
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Hull City confirmed late yesterday evening that head coach Marco Silva had now resigned from his role at the club following relegation into the Championship.

The Portuguese was a surprising replacement for Mike Phelan when he departed during the season, but the 39 year old quickly won fans over with our turn of form on the pitch that gave real hope for a period of avoiding the drop.

With six wins from 18 Premier League games, unfortunately it wasn’t to be though as the four nil defeat to Crystal Palace on May 14 saw the drop confirmed and speculation about his own future had been rife and for many fans they will point to his last comments and his frustration with the squad as potentially being a driver to move on whilst his personal stock remains high.

He departs along with his backroom team Assistant Head Coach Joao Pedro Sousa, First Team Coach Goncalo Pedro and Goalkeeping Coach Hugo Oliveira.

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