Huddersfield Town News

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Huddersfield chairman lauds Ternent appointment

April, 24 2008

Huddersfield chairman Ken Davy has predicted a bright future for the club after appointing Stan Ternent as manager.

Ritchie and Huddersfield part company

April, 1 2008

Huddersfield have parted company with manager Andy Ritchie by mutual consent.

Sinclair to roll back years for Chelsea return

February, 15 2008

Huddersfield Town's veteran defender Frank Sinclair is anxious not to show his age when he returns to Stamford Bridge to face former club Chelsea in the FA Cup fifth round.

Man pleads guilty to Wallwork stabbing

December, 13 2007

A man accused of the attempted murder of footballer Ronnie Wallwork pleaded guilty to a lesser offence.

Pakinson snubs Terriers at eleventh hour

April, 4 2007

Huddersfield have revealed that they were set to appoint Phil Parkinson as their manager - until he had a last minute change of heart just over an hour before the press conference.

Huddersfield part company with boss Jackson

February, 27 2007

Huddersfield chairman Ken Davy confirmed it had been a unanimous decision by the board to terminate boss Peter Jackson's contract and expects a 'significant amount of interest' in the vacancy.

Taylor-Fletcher hits League's 500,000th goal

August, 8 2006

Huddersfield winger Gary Taylor-Fletcher wrote his name into the record books tonight after scoring the 500,000th goal in English league football.

Jackson looking good to spring a shock

January, 5 2006

Jose Mourinho will not be the only manager suited and booted on Saturday at Stamford Bridge where he expects his champions-elect to strut serenely through to the fourth round of the FA Cup.

Hughes learns from lessons of recent history

September, 21 2005

Mark Hughes is determined Blackburn will not be embarrassed in the Carling Cup for the second successive season. That is why he will send out a strong side against Coca-Cola League One Huddersfield at Ewood Park tonight.

Hughes delighted with Bellamy's brace

September, 21 2005

Blackburn manager Mark Hughes believes there is plenty more to come from striker Craig Bellamy after the Welshman fired his first two goals in a Rovers shirt against Huddersfield in the Carling Cup.

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