Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner celebrates two years with the club

November 5th 2015 will be remembered by Huddersfield Town for more than being the commemoration of the failed attempt by Guy Fawkes to blow up the houses of parliament. It was the date that the club announced that the new Head Coach would be the first non-English manager in the history of the club. David Wagner, a self-proclaimed "Crazy German", had been tempted to English football by a second tier club. When Wagner moved across the channel, he knew nothing of English football except that he had heard from his good friend Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp. Having made the move himself previously, when Wagner left Borussia Dortmund II it was assumed that he would be joining his friend in England as his assistant, however, the German clearly had his own thoughts and wanted to run a team himself. Dean Hoyle, the Huddersfield Town Chairman (and lifelong fan) took a risk by...
Huddersfield Town 1-0 West Bromwich Albion: Tony Pulis' troubles peak as Terriers bag second straight home win

Huddersfield Town 1-0 West Bromwich Albion: Tony Pulis' troubles peak as Terriers bag second straight home win ByAlex Turk

The Premier League new boys put on another display to be proud of at the John Smith's Stadium and record a second consecutive top flight home victory for the first time since 1971....
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Laurent Depoitre named Huddersfield’s October Player of the Month

Striker Laurent Depoitre named Huddersfield’s October Player of the Month ByTom Heath

The Belgian striker only signed for the Terriers in the transfer window just gone, but he has made an instant impact on the Blue and White Foundation members this month....
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