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Hull sign Maguire & Robertson
Hull sign Maguire & Robertson Sheffield United

Hull sign Maguire & Robertson

Hull City have completed the signing of defenders Harry Maguire and Andrew Robertson.

Wolves avoided Maguire hunt Sheffield United

Wolves avoided Maguire hunt

Wolves were among those to express an interest in Harry Maguire, but claim to have accepted defeat some time ago.

Hull's Maguire bid accepted Sheffield United

Hull's Maguire bid accepted

Hull have had their bid for promising Sheffield United defender Harry Maguire accepted, according to the League 1 club.

Clough explains Maguire absence Sheffield United

Clough explains Maguire absence

Nigel Clough said Harry Maguire was left out of Sheffield United's 4-2 win against Dundee because the defender was unwell.

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Long loaned to Oxford Sheffield United

Long loaned to Oxford

Oxford United have signed goalkeeper George Long from Sheffield United on a loan deal until January.

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Butler hoping for more goals Sheffield United

Butler hoping for more goals

Andy Butler is hoping he can contribute a few goals this season after breaking his duck for Sheffield United against Northampton.

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Wall of Colour Sheffield United

Wall of Colour

Sky Sports is calling on all Football League fans to show their true colours on the opening weekend.

Clough satisfied with stalemate Sheffield United

Clough satisfied with stalemate

Nigel Clough is content with the progress being made by his Sheffield United team following a 1-1 friendly draw at Northampton.

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