Aaron Rowe: The Terrier close to a first team breakthrough 
Photo by William Early/Getty Images

Terriers need to find their form

Carlos Corberan’s Huddersfield Town have endured a miserable run of form in recent time, and are the only team in the Championship yet to win in 2021.

The Spaniard needs to find a way to end this abysmal drought, and guide the Terriers back to winning ways, otherwise pressure will start to mount very quickly on his shoulders.

Under Corberan, more young players have featured this season for Huddersfield Town, with academy graduates Ryan Schofield and Rarmarni Edmonds-Green both establishing themselves in the first team.

In the not so distant future there could be another player to add to this list, in the path of 20-year-old Aaron Rowe who has really caught the eye in recent times.

Does Rowe deserve a chance? 

The former Bromley loanee is edging ever close to the Huddersfield first team, and made a mightily impressive cameo appearance off the bench in the Terriers defeat at Middlesbrough on Tuesday night. 

Huddersfield are currently suffering from an injury crisis in the wide areas that has seen Rolando Aarons, Josh Koroma and Danny Grant sidelined with injury, while Belgian Isaac Mbenza also picked up a knock on Tuesday night, and is expected to miss the next couple of games.

The injuries have seen Carlos Corberan start Duane Holmes out of position on the wing, but the head coach will surely now consider putting Rowe on the wing, and placing Holmes in his favourable central position.

Rowe caused all sorts of problems for Middlesbrough on Tuesday, and provided an almighty lift to Carlos Corberan’s side in the second half, as they pushed to level the game.

While Huddersfield left Middlesbrough empty handed on Tuesday, Aaron Rowe showcased all his qualities with a mightily impressive cameo appearance, which will surely leave Carlos Corberan pondering whether the 20-year-old deserves a start on Saturday for the trip to Reading. With the Terriers injury list continuing to grow, and their desperation for a win getting more substantial.