2015 is Hull FC’s time – that’s the view of owner Adam Pearson, who says the club are on the verge of something very special next season.
Hull have recruited heavily ahead of next year, with the likes of Marc Sneyd and Leon Pryce signing up at the KC Stadium ahead of an important year for the club.
And Pearson believes the squad they have assembled will honour the club’s rich tradition, and is backing FC to finally break back into the elite of British Rugby League.
“It’s a pivotal year for us next year,” Pearson told the Hull Daily Mail.
“If we don’t do well, fans won’t be hearing me talking the team up again. I genuinely feel we have a real chance of doing something next year and respecting the tradition of the club by winning matches in style.
“If we don’t do it next season, you’ll find me very quiet in the next close season. I sense everyone at this club, from staff, coaches and players is focused on success next season.
“I just sense this is our time. I really feel we will make in-roads next year.”