Hull FC’s Super League Head Coaches Ranking and Stats

Hull FC’s 11 Super League Coaches Ranked by Win Percentage

According to Hull FC’s club website, the team has had 11 different head coaches during their time in Super League, which is now in its 27th consecutive year. The latest, Tony Smith, departed earlier this week.

The article ranks all 11 of these coaches by their win percentage, from worst to best. The win percentages take into account every competitive game the individual has taken charge of, including cup competitions and play-off matches.

Worst to Best

  1. Steve Crooks, who served as ‘manager’ in 1999, has the lowest win percentage at just 22%. However, he was responsible for securing the club’s Super League survival in a crucial final-day victory.

  2. At the other end of the spectrum, interim coach Andy Last tops the list with a 57% win rate, though his tenure was limited to just 14 games in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  3. Other notable coaches include the experienced Tony Smith, whose 32% win rate during his ill-fated stint highlights the club’s recent struggles. Club legend Lee Radford enjoyed more success, guiding Hull to back-to-back Challenge Cup triumphs in 2016 and 2017, while also achieving two top-three Super League finishes.

“The article provides detailed stats and insights on each of the 11 coaches, reflecting on their tenures and achievements. It serves as a comprehensive overview of Hull FC’s coaching history in the Super League era.”

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