Steve Bruce was assigned with the job of coaching Hull City on June of 2012 and in his first season in charge of the club; he managed to push the team to the Premier League after landing a promotion spot in the English Championship League.
Things got even better for Bruce as the manager was able to reach the finals of the FA Cup which was the first time that Hull City got so far in the history of the club but ultimately were knocked out after losing against Arsenal; nonetheless it was a very impressive feat for Hull City.
A few weeks ago, Steve Bruce was given the chance to extend his managerial stay at Hull City and the 54 year old English manager accepted it as he signed a new 3 year contract with Hull City as he will remain in charge of the team at least until 2018.
Bruce announced his joy in signing his new contract with Hull City as the English manager said: “I’m delighted to have committed my future to the club. We have achieved a lot in the few years we have been here, but this is just the beginning of the journey. Premier League survival is now crucial for us at this time, as is improving our training facility as we look to continue to grow and become a solid, well run Premier League club.’’
Everything that Bruce wants to focus on from here on out is to not suffer relegation but this will be easier said than done for Hull City as they are going to be facing off against some of the top clubs of the Premier League including teams such as: Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United.