Hull City Dabble In Dark Art Of Human Cloning In Desperate Attempt To Fill Up Tiny Squad (Photo)

Chris Wright

17th, August 2016



Despite an impressive opening day win over the reigning champions, many folks are still worried about Hull City’s chances of staying up this season.

As well as not having a full-time manager in place, there are concerns over the size of the Tigers’ squad, with stand-in coach Mike Phelan unable to name a full matchday compliment for their 2-1 win over Leicester City last weekend.

However, it would appear that Hull are willing to explore all avenues in their bid to bolster the ranks, with the Premier League’s very own website appearing to confirm that the newly-promoted side have even dabbled in the murky world of human cloning to help fill those last few spaces on their roster.

Indeed, here’s how their squad list looks on the official Premier League site.

See if you can spot anything fishy going on down in the lower recesses…

It may be an ethical minefield, but needs must.

Finally, thanks to science, Hull fans can stop dreaming about fielding an entire team of Greg Luers.

The future we were promised is finally upon us.

(Via Reddit)

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  1. Straight Dave says:

    Hey Chris, I think you’ll find the current Hull boss is Mike Phelan, not Terry Phelan..

  2. Chris Wright says:

    For crying out loud. I give up.

  3. Dave says:

    We had Greg Luer on loan last season. Trust me- you don’t want to be dreaming of a team of Greg Luers.

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