Hull FC star signing reveals why he made move to club

Hull FC have made five big major signings going into an exciting 2023 season.

The Black and Whites have brought in two stars from Leeds Rhinos in Liam Sutcliffe and Brad Dwyer as well as Castleford Tigers halfback Jake Trueman.

Meanwhile, they have also signed NRL duo Jake Clifford and Tex Hoy from the Newcastle Knights. They complete and exciting new look spine at the MKM Stadium under the command of former Leeds Rhinos and Warrington Wolves boss Tony Smith.

Speaking on the club’s Twitter page, Hoy, who arrived at the club this week, revealed some of the reasons why he made the move to Hull FC.

 

He has been impressed by Hull as a city too:

“You can see the differences in the old part of Hull, the old buildings which are pretty cool to see. Back home everything is getting pretty modern but you can feel the history when you’re looking at it these have been 100 years old.”

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