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Hull FC winger leaves club on immediate loan deal

Hull FC have had a busy week in the transfer market. The Black and Whites have completed the signings of Ben Reynolds, Tiaki Chan and Yusuf Aydin in recent days. They are also reportedly on the verge of completing the signing of Zak Hardaker from Leigh Leopards.

With such a large influx of players, departures are inevitable to balance the salary cap. Jack Brown moved to Hull KR as part of the deal to bring Aydin to the MKM stadium on a two-and-a-half-year-deal.

Now, Hull FC have confirmed the departure of another of their players, who only joined the club in the off-season.

Winger departs Hull FC on loan

Liam Tindall. Credit: Imago Images

Young winger, Liam Tindall, joined Hull FC from Leeds Rhinos in the close season. Tindall made his Leeds debut in 2020, but had struggled to establish himself as a permanent member of the Leeds side. He has now joined the Bradford Bulls on an initial one-month loan.

Tindall suffered a thumb injury during pre-season which required surgery. This meant he missed the early part of the season and has not featured regularly for Hull since returning to full fitness.

Speaking about Tindall’s arrival at Odsal, Bradford head coach, Eamonn O’Carroll, expressed his excitement about what he can bring to the Bulls.

“I am really excited about bringing Liam in. I didn’t know too much from his time here last year, but I know the quality he has, and the group speaks really highly of him.

“He’s a great character who works hard; he’s energetic and strong in the backfield, so he will add quality,”

Tindall brings Super League experience to Bradford

Hull FC winger Liam Tindall

Liam Tindall. Credit: Imago Images

When asked what qualities he thought Tindall would bring to Odsal, O’Carroll stated he is excited by the winger’s pace. Bradford currently sit fifth in the Championship table. they host the high-flying Sheffield Eagles at the weekend.

“He’s got speed which is always nice, and he will add competition for places too. As I’ve mentioned a number of times, we are skinny in that area.

“Liam will also bring standards from a Super League environment to add to the standards we drive internally.” O’Carroll said.

Tindall has previously spent time with Bradford on dual registration when he was at Leeds. O’Carroll believes this will help him to quickly settle back into life at Odsal.

“When I spoke to him, he was excited and happy to be coming back. It will help that he has been here before, which should mean that he settles in quickly to become the best version of himself.”

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