Round-up: Hull City interview international manager, ex-Huddersfield Town man retires aged 34

Latest Hull City and Huddersfield Town news on Thursday

Hull City picked up an impressive 3-1 win away at Blackpool last night. The Tigers returned home to East Yorkshire with all three points after goals from Ryan Longman, Greg Docherty and Regan Slater.

Huddersfield Town, on the other hand, were beaten 1-0 at home by Preston North End on Tuesday evening. Here is a look at some of the latest news regarding both clubs....

Hull City

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Hull City have interviewed an international manager as their search for a permanent successor for Shota Arveladze continues, according to BBC Humberside reporter David Burns. The Tigers are said to have a further two more interviews with other candidates this week.

Carlos Carvalhal, who was linked with a switch to the MKM Stadium earlier this month, has emerged as a potential candidate for the West Brom job, as per Sky Sports. The Baggies are eyeing a replacement for ex-City manager Steve Bruce.

Huddersfield Town

Former Huddersfield winger Anthony Pilkington has announced his retirement from the game at the age of 34 on his Twitter account. He also played for the likes of Norwich City, Cardiff City and Wigan Athletic and made 497 appearances in all competitions, scoring 111 goals.

Ex-Terriers boss Danny Schofield has landed the Doncaster Rovers job. The 42-year-old was appointed as Carlos Corberan’s replacement at the John Smith’s Stadium over the summer but lasted just nine games in charge. He joins a Donny side who are sat in 12th place in League Two and are three points off the play-offs.

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