Busy Huddersfield Giants coach Paul Anderson is already making staff changes in a bid to improve Huddersfield’s Super League fortunes in 2015.
In the wake of his club’s play-off exit at the hands of Catalan Dragons , the Huddersfield chief has revealed there will be a major overhaul on the medical side.
As well as long-established club doctor Amit Pannu moving to soccer club Blackburn Rovers, head physio Dave O’Sullivan will have a new team working under his control.
And Anderson is sure the moves will prove beneficial as the Giants look to build on this season’s third-place finish and a far more successful play-off assault.
“As well as the departure of David Faiumu , a couple of younger fellas may be leaving as well,” said Anderson, whose side continues to be linked with recently-released Castleford Tigers half-back Jamie Ellis.
“But the changes we’re making on the medical side can be equally as significant.
“Dave O’Sullivan is very good at what he does and has already put everything in place to try and improve us in that area. The team we did have was outstanding, but we want to be even better.
“That’s what we want in all aspects of the club.
“Standing still is not an option for us.”