Speculation is mounting that Hull boss Phil Brown has left his role at the KC Stadium, just hours after Dean Windass called for him to go.
The Daily Mail reported early this afternoon that Brown was fighting to save his job with the East Yorkshire club and Sky sources now believe he has lost that battle.
The reports are as of yet unconfirmed, but news of Brown’s departure would please former Tigers striker Windass who earlier on Wednesday called for the club to part company with the 50-year-old.
“I think sometimes you need a fresh change,” said Windass to talkSPORT Magazine.
“Phil’s done a fantastic job since he’s been there but I think it’s time that he should get moved on and bring somebody else in.”
Hull are currently in the final relegation spot in the Premier League and Windass believes it could be a tough season for the KC Stadium outfit.
On being asked if Hull can stay up, the former Aberdeen and Bradford forward said: “It’s going to be difficult. They’re not getting results and they’re struggling to score goals at the moment. They need a 10-15 goal-a-year striker to get away from the bottom of the table.
“They’ve got a little mini league at the moment and it’s important they win games against teams in and around their league.”
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