Rehab for Hull FC stars heading back to training
HULL FC's pre-season training will unofficially get underway this week as the club's injured stars return to training.
First-team duo Kirk Yeaman and Richard Whiting are expected to be among a number of faces reporting for duty to step up their rehabilitation ahead of the official start of pre-season on November 5.
Hull's injured stars have been continually monitored since the end of the season, but with pre-season approaching already the number of faces at the training ground has increased this week.
Yeaman, who recently had ankle surgery, has been given the all-clear to remove his protective boot to begin a strengthening programme over the coming weeks.
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The 29-year-old centre has been instructed to wear his protective boot until the end of the month, but he is able to remove it for training and will tomorrow start on the road back to full fitness.
Whiting is ahead of Yeaman in his rehab after missing the end of last season with a fractured bone in his foot.
Now out of his protective boot, Whiting has been cycling on his own in the past few weeks to maintain his fitness and will continue his strengthening exercises ahead of his return to full training next month.
Hull again have a long list of injured players to nurse back to full fitness ahead of their pre-season warm-weather training camp in Tenerife.
This includes the likes of Danny Tickle (bicep), Joe Westerman (shoulder) and Liam Watts (thumb), who are all at varying stages of their rehab.
Captain Andy Lynch, who played all last season with a fractured bone in his wrist, is still waiting to hear whether it can be operated on next week, as doctors are waiting for the affected area to clear.