Hull City head coach Liam Rosenior braced for key meetings to plot future

Hull City manager Liam Rosenior looks on at Home Park
Hull City manager Liam Rosenior looks on at Home Park -Credit:James Marsh/REX/Shutterstock

Liam Rosenior says he's got crucial meetings with Hull City owner Acun Ilicali, vice-chairman Tan Kesler and some of his players over the next few days as the club look to bounce back following the disappointment of missing out on the play-offs.

Saturday's 1-0 defeat at Plymouth Argyle coupled with West Brom's convincing 3-0 win over Preston ended the Tigers' hopes of securing a place in the top six. They spent all season chasing hard.

Frustration and upset were rife in the away dressing room at Home Park after a tepid display afforded Argyle a comfortable home success which kept them in the Championship and relegated Birmingham City.

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For Rosenior, the realisation of failing to finish in the top six will hurt while the club will need to plot a plan for the future with what happens during the summer and into next season with significant decisions to be made over the future of a host of players, including Adama Traore, Greg Docherty and Cyrus Christie.

"I'll probably sleep for four days straight," joked the City boss in conversation with Hull Live. "I'll spend some time with my family and my friends.

"I need some downtime because you know me, I'm on it 24 hours a day but I've also got very important meetings with the players. I've got really important meetings with Acun and Tan and how we can keep moving this club forward.

"I just want to thank everyone involved with the club, it's been like I said, the best year of my life. I've loved every minute of it and we will come back stronger next season."