Bruce and McShane in Hull showdown?

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Published: Monday 22nd December 2014 by The News Editor

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Paul McShane’s future at the KC Stadium may be in doubt following an apparent war of words with Hull City manager Steve Bruce.

The Republic of Ireland international defender, who is City’s longest serving current player, took to Twitter to announce that he is training with the club’s under-21 players.

He has not played for the first team for seven weeks despite the club facing a glut of defensive injury problems.

His manager has responded by saying that he too could use social media to announce the reason why McShane’s training with the under-21s. But Bruce says he would never go to Twitter or the media to talk about things that should remain a matter for the club.

The 28-year-old is the only player from Hull’s 2008-09 Premier League season who is still at the club. He has played for Hull over 100 times since joining from Sunderland in 2008.

Fellow Tigers defenders Alex Bruce and Curtis Davies came off with calf problems during City’s recent defeat at Swansea while Michael Dawson is expected to be out of action for a month.

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Published: Monday 22nd December 2014 by The News Editor

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