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Update on Hull KR star ahead of 2024 as major concern emerges

Jordan Abdull has left Hull KR

Hull KR fans have been worried all off-season about one man in particular.

That is star halfback Jordan Abdull. The 2021 Man of Steel and former England international looked set to become the best halfback in Super League at the end of 2021 but 2022 would prove to be a torrid year for the number seven with injuries.

He started 2023 excellently before being given another long term injury blow. As we head into 2024, his fitness is key with no Brad Schneider to take the reigns as a replacement but Robins fans were given huge fear when reports emerged that he was injured.

But they can now breath a little easier with Abdull back in training and looking sharp as images of him emerged on Hull KR’s social media.

He is set to partner England star Mikey Lewis after he agreed a long term deal with the club. New signing Tyrone May is also an option.

Hull KR will start the season with a blockbuster opening two games – mouth-watering ties that are set to sell out.

The Robins begin their 2024 Betfred Super League campaign with a trip to West Hull as we face Hull FC at the MKM Stadium on Thursday 15th February, KO 8PM.

First priority for the opener will go to 2024 members who have signed up by the seat deadline on Sunday 10th December with no tickets for the popular North Stand expected to reach general sale.

The first game at Sewell Group Craven Park kicks off the following week with a clash against Leeds Rhinos. A mouth-watering tie that is always a quick seller, buoyed by a strong away following, we are set to see us secure our third home sell-out in a row following the Salford and Leigh sell-outs at the end of 2023.

The second Hull Derby of 2024 will feature in Rivals Round, as Hull FC come to Sewell Group Craven park in Round 6, on Friday 29th March, KO 12:30PM.

Seats for 2024 are already in high demand with now just single spaces remaining across North Stand Blocks D-F and the West Stand as full as ever.

For the first time, additional seats have just been released for sale of memberships in Block C of the North Stand. Supporters who wish to secure a seated membership are urged to snap these up soon to guarantee their place for 2024.

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