Introducing Hull FC’s New Head Coach John Cartwright – Rugby League News

Rugby League Enthusiasts Welcome New Hull FC Head Coach John Cartwright

Humberside, [Current Date] – In a significant move for the Hull FC club, John Cartwright has been officially confirmed as the team’s new head coach, set to take the reins for the 2025 season. The 58-year-old tactician has signed a three-year contract, taking over a struggling side that has managed just one win so far this year.

Cartwright, who brings a wealth of NRL experience, is eager to turn the Black and Whites’ fortunes around. The former Gold Coast Titans head coach has spent recent years working alongside esteemed figures such as Paul Green, Des Hasler, and Kevin Walters, honing his skills and preparing for this new challenge.

“It’s really exciting for me. When a club the size and the status of Hull FC came along, it was something I really wanted to have a go at,” Cartwright commented in the club’s official press release. “My time at the Broncos has made me realise that if a Head Coach role came along, and one that really interested me, then I would like to have a crack at it.”

The incoming head coach has emphasized his focus on ensuring his team is in peak physical condition, with a strong pre-season regimen being a key priority. “They’ll be fit, they’ll be hungry and they’ll be enjoying their footy. If we can get those three things happening, that’ll be an improvement from the word go,” he explained.

Hull FC fans will be eagerly awaiting the 2025 season, hoping Cartwright’s expertise and leadership can steer the club towards a more successful campaign, leaving the struggles of 2024 firmly in the past.

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