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#InsideInfo: Hull FC’s Joe Arundel lifts the lid on the Cream squad

| 05.03.2015

After getting their Super League season off to a flying starts against Huddersfield,  Hull FC have recorded back-to-back losses and will be desperate for a result at home to Leeds tin tonight’s live game.

We caught up with Cream centre Joe Arundel earlier in the season and if his thoughts are anything to go by, Tom Lineham and Gareth Ellis could be key to securing a win against the Rhinos.

Read on for Arundel’s thoughts on his teammates.

Who is the best trainer?

Probably Gareth Ellis he just leads by example. He just a true pro who does everything correctly and is someone people look up to.

Who is the team joker?

We’ve got quite a few jokers really. There’s a few fake twitter accounts going around, one for Rich Whiting and we’re not sure who’s doing that. Danny Houghton is also a good laugh so we’ve got a few people.

Who is the worst dressed player?

There’s a few knocking about. It used to be Kirk Yeaman but he’s upped his dress sense a bit lately.

Who has the worst taste in music?

I can’t say really. There’s some pretty good stuff played in the gym so we’re all right in that respect.

Who is the fastest player?

Curtis Naughton would be up there with Tom Lineham and a young kid called Callum Lancaster who is very quick.

Who is the slowest player?

Rich Whiting. (who is stood within earshot)

Who is the most intelligent player?

Rich again (shouts to redeem himself)

Who is the least intelligent player?

That’s a tough one  … Jordan Thompson.

Who has the weirdest superstition?

I know personally I have to brush my teeth before a game just in case I lose them.

Who hits the hardest in training?

God there’s quite a few. If Gaz Ellis catches you property you’ll feel but there’s Mickey Paea too.

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James Curtis

After studying for a degree in journalism and gaining his NCTJ, James contributed to a wide range of papers, online publications and broadcasters including the South London Press, Press Association and Sky Sports News before joining the Ladbrokes News team.