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By Jonathan Willis

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  1. Goodbye: Our live coverage across the day

    Jonathan Willis

    Local Live

    That's the end of our live coverage on a momentous day for Hull City FC. 

    Our online team will keep you informed here if there's any official word from the club.

    We'll be back from 08:00 on Monday with more news from around the region. Join us then.

  2. Steve Bruce departure: Supporters Trust reacts to news

    BBC Look North

    East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    Geoff Bielby, the chairman of the Hull City Supporters Trust, has described Steve Bruce as an "honourable man" who appears to have felt "let down" by the club... 

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    Video caption: Geoff Bielby, Chair of Hull City Supporters Trust, reacts to Steve Bruce departure
  3. Steve Bruce exit: Senior player's social media post

    Although the club has so far steadfastly declined to respond officially to the reports, midfielder Tom Huddlestone appears to confirm the news in a tweet... 

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  4. In pictures: Steve Bruce's Hull City career

    Jonathan Willis

    Local Live

    We take a look back through the photographer's lens at some of the key moments in Steve Bruce's four years at Hull City.

    Signed for the Tigers in 2012...

    Signs for Hull City in 2012

    During their first season back in the Premier League, Hull City made it to the FA Cup final in 2014, but lost to Arsenal...

    FA Cup final

    Following relegation during the 2014/15, Hull City bounced back to the Premier League in May during a play-off final with Sheffield Wednesday.

    Promoted 2016

    Steve Bruce in pre-season training with the team in Portugal earlier this month...

    training in Portugal
  5. Watch: Were the clues there? Steve Bruce interview during pre-season training

    Matt Dean

    BBC Radio Humberside

    During the pre-season training tour in Portugal earlier this month I spoke to Steve Bruce about why he decided to stay at Hull City and looking ahead to the Premier League season.

    In this short clip from the interview he looks like a coach who is not fully comfortable with the situation at the club.

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    Video caption: The BBC spoke to Steve Bruce during pre-season training in Portugal
  6. Headlines: Steve Bruce leaves Hull City

    Gill Sennett

    BBC Radio Humberside

    The news from East Yorkshire is dominated by one major story this afternoon:

  7. Listen: The build-up to Steve Bruce's departure

    Joshua Cook

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Joshua Cook looks at the recent build-up to Steve Bruce's decision to quit as Hull City manager. 

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    Video caption: After four Years Steve Bruce parts company with the Tigers
  8. Hull City supporters meet Premier League over concessions row

    BBC Humberside Sport

    News of Steve Bruce's departure came a day after Hull City supporters Trust met with the Premier League to discuss concerns regarding the club's changes to ticket prices.

    Hull City announced a new membership scheme in March and say some fans could save as much as £282 a season. 

    But a number of supporters are angry that concessions aren't being made available for OAPs and children.

    The Premier League say they are aware of the issues and are in discussions with Hull City.

    Hull City fans met with the Premier League
  9. Steve Bruce leaves Hull City: Fans react

    BBC Humberside Sport

    With news that Steve Bruce has left Hull City, what do you think?

    Quote Message: Good luck Steve. You are not alone in leaving the club as many fans have not renewed their season passes under the so-called membership scheme. from Victor
    Victor
    Quote Message: He will be the next Sunderland manager and they might be a better boss than Hull City from Brian
    Brian
    Quote Message: Sad day for City, but best wishes to Steve Bruce for the future. You did City proud! from Steve
    Steve
    Steve Bruce lifting play-off trophy
  10. Steve Bruce leaves Hull City

    BBC Sport

    Steve Bruce has left his role as manager of newly promoted Premier League club Hull City.

    The 55-year-old, who did not take training on Friday, had said earlier this summer he was uncertain of his future at Hull, who are up for sale.

    Bruce became Hull boss in 2012, and led them to promotion last season.

    This week he was interviewed by the Football Association over the vacant England's manager role, which Sam Allardyce is set to take.

    Steve Bruce with son Alex
  11. Roy Keane early favourite to take over at Hull City

    BBC Humberside Sport

    According to the bookies Roy Keane is the early favourite to take over from Steve Bruce.

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  12. Is there still a role for Steve Bruce with England?

    BBC Presenter Gary Lineker wonders if there could be a position for Steve Bruce in the England set-up still.

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  13. Steve Bruce at Hull: Career timeline

    BBC Humberside Sport

    • 8 June 2012 - Bruce appointed manager at Championship side Hull City
    • After a dramatic last day of the season the club took second place and won automatic promotion back to the Premier League   
    • 2013/14 Premier League season: finishes 16th with 37 points. Reaches the FA Cup final for the first time, losing to Arsenal
    • 2014/2015 Premier League season: relegated on the final day of the season
    • 2015/16 Championship league season: win promotion back to the premier league following a 1-0 play-off final win against Sheffield Wednesday
    • July: Confirms interview for England manager job
    • 22 July: Steve Bruce leaves Hull City
    Steve Bruce
  14. BreakingBBC Sport confirm Steve Bruce has left Hull City

    BBC Humberside Sport

    BBC Sport have confirmed live on the News Channel that Steve Bruce has left Hull City and the reason for leaving is not related to the England job.