Football: All Whites goalkeeper Stefan Marinovic reportedly trialling with Hull City

All Whites goalkeeper Stefan Marinovic.
All Whites goalkeeper Stefan Marinovic. Photo credit: Getty

All Whites goalkeeper Stefan Marinovic could be on the move to the English Championship, after joining Hull City on a week-long trial.

According to the Hull Daily Mail, the Tigers are in the market for goalkeeping reinforcements to provide cover and competition for David Marshall and George Long.

Marinovic is looking for a new club, after he was not re-signed by the Major League Soccer side Vancouver Whitecaps, where he has spent the past 18 months.

He made 29 appearances for Vancouver and impressed Hull coach Nigel Adkins during his spell at the club.

Marinovic has 24 caps for New Zealand and was part of the side that featured in the Confederations Cup in Russia and the World Cup intercontinental playoff against Peru.

Hull, who were last in the Premier League two season ago, are currently 13th in England's second division with 10 wins, 10 losses and six draws in 26 games this season.

They have won their last five games to sit seven points outside the playoff zone.


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