Marco Silva the boss of Hull City became critical of the state of the pitch at the KCOM following Hull FC’s victory over St Helens on Friday.
He says it is “impossible” for Hull City to continue to share the KCOM stadium and has called for an end to the agreement of ground share.
“There’s so many things the club needs to improve,” said Silva.
“One team plays rugby on the Friday and then we play – for me, it’s impossible at this level. I’ve said this to our board. It’s impossible.”
The KCOM stadium is owned by Hull Council has been the home to City and FC since 2003.