Cartwright tackles new challenge as Hull FC coach

Hull FC appoint Cartwright as head coach from next season | Jess Malloy

Hull FC have secured the services of John Cartwright as their new head coach for the upcoming season, luring him away from last season's NRL Grand Finalists, the Brisbane Broncos.

The 58-year-old Aussie, who has been serving as an assistant coach with the Broncos for the past three-and-a-half seasons, is set to bring his expertise to the Black & Whites' pre-season campaign.

In a statement on the club's website, Cartwright expressed his excitement about taking on the challenge at a prestigious club like Hull FC, stating, "When a club the size and the status of Hull FC came along, it was something I really wanted to have a go at." Reflecting on his time at the Broncos, Cartwright mentioned his desire to lead a team as head coach and highlighted his enthusiasm for the opportunity at Hull FC.

Looking ahead to the future, Cartwright outlined his vision for the Hull FC team in 2025, emphasizing the importance of fitness, hunger, and enjoyment in playing the game.

With a focus on instilling these qualities in his players, Cartwright is determined to see his team hit the ground running and make immediate progress.

Overall, Hull FC's decision to appoint Cartwright signals a new chapter for the club, with hopes of a successful partnership and a bright future ahead in the world of Rugby League.

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