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Posted Saturday, April 21st 2018

Video: Marlon Pack Post-Hull City home

Marlon Pack chats to BCTV after City's 5-5 draw with Hull City.

The 27-year-old reflects on his fourth goal of the season and the his team's performance at Ashton Gate.

 

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