Manager: David Wagner Squad value: £43.56 million Key players: Steve Mounie, Aaron Mooy, Christopher Schindler Huddersfield Town will be playing first division football for the first time since 1971-72 after winning the promotion playoff final over Reading in penalties. This might be one of the greatest underdogs playing in Premier League history, but their odds
As always at this point of the football calendar, fans tend to focus on Premier League newcomers from abroad and the substantial figures paid to bring these players in. However, many people forget that the newly promoted Championship sides also boast their own Premier League newcomers who could provide serious excitement of their own. These
It has been an eventful year for Huddersfield Town. Last summer, manager David Wagner was preparing a squad for what pundits expected a relegation battle in the Championship for the team from West Yorkshire. Instead, Wagner masterminded an phenomenal feat and led Huddersfield to the glamour and riches of the Premier League. However, pundits again
Huddersfield Town is a club with glorious history, but their heyday was in the 1920’s and 1930’s. In 1926, the Terriers became the first team to win three consecutive league titles, and only three other teams can brag with the same achievement – Liverpool, Manchester United, and Arsenal, but the last time they’ve played in
In official news, Chelsea prospect Izzy Brown has joined Championship side Huddersfield Town on loan for the rest of the season. The England under-20 international scored three times in 20 appearances in his recent spell at Rotherham United. As reported by Sky Sports: “The 19-year-old now makes the move across Yorkshire to the John Smith’s
Adam’s latest “The Championship Corner” column. Aston Villa were heading for a second home win in a week when goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini lined up a clearance with four minutes to go. However, they did not foresee Huddersfield defender Michael Hefele charging the kick down to deflect it in from 30 yards for a freak equaliser.
Jordan Rhodes has today finalised his move to Blackburn Rovers in a record breaking deal for Huddersfield. The bid, rumoured to be £8million, was Blackburn’s fifth bid for the Scottish international this summer until the Terriers reluctantly accepted the offer. The 22-year-old joined on a five-year-deal as he aims to help Rovers return to the