Steve Bruce

Team: 
Hull
DOB: 
31 Dec 1960 (Age 53)
Birthplace: 
Northumberland
Previous Teams (Manager): 
Sheff Utd, Huddersfield, Wigan, Crystal Palace, Birmingham, Wigan, Sunderland
Previous Teams (Player): 
Gillingham, Norwich, Man Utd, Birmingham, Sheff Utd
Manager of the Month Awards: 
Championship (Dec 2006)
Promotions: 
Championship (Birmingham City 2001-02, 2006-07)
Relegations: 
Premier League (Birmingham City 2005–06)
Play-offs: 
Championship (Birmingham City 2001-02)
Hull City manager Steve Bruce

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Hull City can take a huge step towards top-flight football with a victory at wounded Wolves on Tuesday evening, says Mike Holden.
Blackburn's tempestuous season is on the verge of disaster and Mike Holden reckons Derby can take advantage on Saturday afternoon.
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Mike Holden may not be expecting entertainment, but still feels Middlesbrough are a solid bet when Millwall visit on Saturday.
Mike Holden believes there is value in backing promotion-chasing Cardiff and Hull to pick up away wins this weekend.
Mike Holden is focusing on two all-Championship FA Cup ties and expects struggling Huddersfield and Barnsley to progress.
Mike Holden expects Newcastle to see off Brighton in Saturday's early tie, and he has also chosen tips in four other FA Cup ties.
Middlesbrough's squad was decimated by injury in a midweek cup clash and Mike Holden thinks Wolves could capitalise on Saturday.
He looked a lost cause when sacked by Sunderland, but Mike Holden explains how Steve Bruce is making his name again at Hull.
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Sean Dyche has made Burnley a tough nut to crack and Mike Holden is backing the Clarets as they travel to Hull on Saturday.
Mike Holden believes a well-organised Hull City can be the latest side to add to Birmingham's woes at St Andrews on Saturday.