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Hull FC could be set for another signing

Hull FC Head Coach Tony Smith

Hull FC could still be in the market for a signing before the start of the 2024 Super League season or mid-way through the campaign.

The Black and Whites have completed some of the best transfer business in the league ahead of the 2024 season. The Arlie Birds have reinforced their pack bringing in the likes of Franklin Pele as well as nephew of Leeds Rhinos legend Ali Lauitiiti Herman Ese’ese. Lauitiiti worked with Tony Smith at Leeds and was even signed by the current Hull FC boss mid-way through 2004.

Could Smith complete another impressive mid-season signing in 2024? Well that is possible. Owner Adam Pearson confirmed that the club were in the market for another outside back before Christmas and though the club have yet to sign an outside back the club are still open to strengthening in this area should the opportunity arise.

New signing from Leeds Rhinos Liam Tindall has already underlined the strength the Black and Whites have there with a lovely brace of tries against Doncaster, a club he previously played on loan for.

He linked well with former Leeds star Liam Sutcliffe on the left as the Black and Whites show they could turn a few heads in 2024.

Hull FC set to clash with Wigan Warriors

Scott Taylor playing for Hull FC

Hull FC v Huddersfield Giants Picture by Alex Whitehead/SWpix.com – 16/09/2023 – Rugby League – Betfred Super League – Hull FC v Huddersfield Giants – MKM Stadium, Kingston upon Hull, England – Hull FCs Scott Taylor after the game.

After facing off against Bradford Bulls and Doncaster, Hull FC will return to the MKM Stadium for the first time in 2024. On Sunday, 4th February at 2:00 pm, they will take on Wigan Warriors in Scott Taylor’s testimonial match. This game will be a celebration of Taylor’s career, who retired from Rugby League at the end of the 2023 season after an exceptional eight-year stint with Hull FC.

This match will be the last game for Hull FC before the start of the 2024 Betfred Super League season. It will also be an opportunity for supporters to see new recruits Franklin Pele, Herman Ese’ese, Jayden Okunbor, and Nu Brown in action on home turf for the first time.

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