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Former Hull FC star set to join Super League rivals ahead of 2024 season

Former Hull FC and Toronto Wolfpack centre Hakim Miloudi is set to return to Super League according to reports.

The centre is currently home in France plying his trade with Albi Tigers in the French Elite One Championship after leaving Barrow Raiders following the conclusion of the 2022 Championship season.

At the time the centre told Serious About Rugby League that he had turned down interest from Super League clubs to make the move to France and would later turn down mid-season offers as well.

However, the Perpignan born centre is reportedly set to join London Broncos according to L’Independent. He will replace another former French Elite One Player in the shape of Dean Whare who is set to leave the club.

However, the signing of Miloudi is a boost and one that comes at the same time as London Broncos are announcing that the reserve team has now joined up with the first team squad at Rosslyn Park where they will now be based permanently.

Jason Loubser, chief executive at London Broncos, said: “I’m delighted to bring you an update regarding the London Broncos reserves as we move into the next leg of this incredible journey back into super league.”

The squad, which will be led by Keiran Robertson, now begin preparations for the new season where they will be competing in the super league reserves league.

With the reserve side set to work alongside the first team, London Broncos director of rugby and performance Mike Eccles says it’s a significant move by the club:

“It has been a collective ambition in recent years to get all teams back on to one site again to improve junior coaching and player development. naturally, with all teams being on one site, first team involvement and interaction with junior players and coaches will drastically increase.

“We look forward to welcoming the reserve team back into training and remain committed to creating a programme that provides a clear pathway to first team rugby at the Broncos.”

The Broncos are hoping to assemble a competitive squad for next year and show that they belong in Super League.

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