Rovers Insist Signings Are Quality Over Quantity For 2018

Hull KR fans are getting slightly more nervy, with every week the new league draws nearer, this is down to their lack of signings.

I'm sure the Robins have things under control, but you can't help but notice that others around them are bolstering squads, adding talent and looking very prepared for the 2018 season.

Yesterday, Leigh, announced the signing of rumoured target, Kurt Baptiste, yet another player KR have failed to capture. We have seen plenty of players leave; Zach Dockar-clay, Mitch Clark and a host of others, but not many players coming in.

That leaves two possibilities, possibility 1. Hull KR have some real hot young talents coming through their academy, who are Super League ready for 2018. Possibility 2. The Robins have some quality signings lined up, but are keeping their cards close to their chest, in an effort to prevent competitors from circling.

Former Leeds Rhinos captain, Danny Mcguire, has been their big capture for 2018, but surely there has to be more players to come, I expect to see lots of completed deals coming out of the Hull based club in the next few weeks.

The squad and board alike, all insist this is down to "quality over quantity", whether this is stalling tactics or the way the Robins decide to approach 2018, we will have to wait and see.



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