Sneyd: I feel like I can achieve something with Hull

Total Rugby League
By Total Rugby League July 1, 2014 09:50

Sneyd: I feel like I can achieve something with Hull

Marc Sneyd believes his move to Hull FC is a step in the right direction for his career and expects to win some silverware during his time there.

The 23-year-old, who will join Leon Pryce at the KC Stadium at the end of the season, said: “I liked the opportunity at Hull FC because everything I have seen and heard really appealed to me. It looks like a good challenge for me and a club that wants to go places. It’s exciting to know I can be part of that.

“I hope I can build a career here. There seems to be a good mix of youth and experience at the club and hopefully I can help out there as well.

“There are some great players, Gareth Ellis and Jamie Shaul to name just two. That quality and experience in the squad is something that will be a massive thing in developing my game.

“Lee Radford seems to know what we he wants and where he wants to take the club which was very exciting to hear as a player.

“It’s a side where I feel I can achieve something as an individual and as a team. Things seem to be heading in a positive direction.

“I think for me it was an opportunity that was too good to miss. The stadium is an outstanding place to play Rugby League and there is a good following of fans who are always really loud and loyal. It is something I’m looking forward to.”

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By Total Rugby League July 1, 2014 09:50

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