Hull FC star signing begins Super League journey

Hull FC have made some huge signings going into 2023.

They brought in Leeds Rhinos duo Liam Sutcliffe and Brad Dwyer after they helped Leeds to the Grand Final last season.

Meanwhile they have also brought in Castleford Tigers halfback Jake Trueman. Tipped to be an England international in the future, the Black and Whites beat plenty of competition to his signature.

Despite that, perhaps their biggest signings were from down under and both from the same club in the shape of Newcastle Knights duo Jake Clifford and Tex Hoy.

The two, alongside Trueman, form what is an exciting new look spine.

Hoy will likely replace Huddersfield Giants star Jake Connor at fullback and is set for the number one shirt.

Meanwhile, it seems the Knights are regretting his departure as they look for a fullback to allow Kayln Ponga to join former Wigan Warriors halfback Jackson Hastings though they have Huddersfield Giants star Will Pryce going into 2024.

Hoy and Clifford will bring superb quality to the Black and Whites and will have ex-Leeds Rhinos and Warrington Wolves boss Tony Smith dreaming of the play-offs as well as Hull FC fans.

This is especially because Hoy has already landed in Britain and begun pre-season training at the club as of yesterday.

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