Manager Steve Cotterill chatted to the media ahead of our League One clash against Wycombe on Saturday. Speaking to the assembled media, Steve discussed the fitness of his squad and the refereeing decisions that have gone against his side. I think even by their own admission, I don’t think Tom was where he wanted to be last week. "And I don’t think Matthew was either. "It will good to meet Matt but also sad not to see Gareth because I have known him for a long, long, time.
As someone who’s views, I respect, suggested to me, with Jorginho playing at 6, Arsenal will have to outscore opponents, because we will concede goals. You only have to have watched Liverpool this season without the experienced Brazilian to see the difficulty Arsenal could have without Partey for a sustained period. Jorginho was brought in, at a bargain price to offer rotation and respite for Partey and certainly not to replace him. In an ideal world, at 31 we would all want Jorginho to be the 2023 version, 20 years on of the main who signed him, Edu. I am delighted to have Jorginho as our 2023 Edu, but I still want Partey fit to face Leicester!29 days ago Gunners Town
A massive first away win of the season! - Queens Park Rangers 1-2 Huddersfield Town- Town record a first away win under Mark Fotheringham- Josh Ruffels hits his first two goals for the Terriers! A huge defensive effort from every Town player resulted in a fantastic first away win of the season at QPR’s Loftus Road on Tuesday evening! Town had one massive chance at the other end when substitute Connor Mahoney set Thomas in on goal, only to see his powerful first-time effort saved well by Dieng to his right. In the end, it was the Town staff, players and fans celebrating an important win in West London.4 months ago Huddersfield Town
A well organised performance earns Town a point on the road- Middlesbrough 0-0 Huddersfield Town- Organised defence fights to earn a point away from home- First clean sheet away from home this seasonHuddersfield Town took a point away from the game at Middlesbrough after a hard-fought afternoon at Riverside Stadium in the Sky Bet Championship. A well organised Town side left Riverside with a point and a first away clean sheet of the season, whilst also having the best chances to take the lead. Mark Fotheringham’s side showed their fighting spirit in both the first and second half of the Sky Bet Championship fixture. The first action of the game came in the second minute as Middlesbrough put pressure on the Town box and were then awarded a corner due to Tom Lees heading the ball away from danger. The initial corner was flicked out by Jonny Howson and the second corner from Thomas was direct on goal and deflected off the crossbar!5 months ago Huddersfield Town
After a long summer with not one, but two primary elections, the November 8 midterm election is now around the corner. There are big-ticket races to be voted on by all New Yorkers, like that for governor — a face-off between incumbent Democratic Gov. In District 75, which runs from Chelsea to Lincoln Square, Democratic primary winner Tony Simone is squaring off against Joseph Maffia, a Republican. “My neighbors are enthusiastic about our vision for safer streets, effective government, and climate change,” said Bores, a Democratic District Leader and engineer. “The voters in this district are among the most progressive and thoughtful in the state,” he told Our Town.5 months ago Our Town
PAIR OF ACES: Hun School senior Eric Scully, left, and junior Emily McCann produced superb performances at the Mercer County Cross Country Championships at Thompson Park last Thursday. Scully placed second in the boys’ race while McCann took third in the girls’ race. (Photos by Frank Wojciechowski)By Justin FeilProducing superb performances, Eric Scully and Emily McCann were the highest Princeton-area finishers at the Mercer County Cross Country Championships at Thompson Park last Thursday. The county race demonstrated that she is capable of moving up a lot over the final stretch. Mazzei caught McCann going into the downhill section and encouraged her to use her downhill running strength.5 months ago Town Topics
Town head into the New Year with three points and a clean sheet at home- Huddersfield Town 2-0 Rotherham United- Duane Holmes and Jordan Rhodes on the scoresheet- Intensity secured Town all three pointsHuddersfield Town earned all three points in a great team performance against Rotherham United in the Sky Bet Championship. A first half goal from Duane Holmes and a second half goal from Jordan Rhodes, alongside our relentless effort meant that we never looked like losing. Town took the lead in the 31st minute as Holmes scored his first goal of the season! Town came out in the second half just as well as they did in the first, while Rotherham also came out a better side as they searched for their equaliser. After a brilliant ball was squared to him by Kesler-Hayden, Rhodes had a brilliant first touch and shot from just inside the box to score his 97th Town goal.2 months ago Huddersfield Town
Town midfielder Jack Rudoni reviews the clean sheet and point earned away from home- Middlesbrough 0-0 Huddersfield Town- Jack Rudoni speaks to HTTV at full time- Watch full interview on YouTube belowJack Rudoni shared his reaction from the 0-0 result against Middlesbrough when he spoke to HTTV after the final whistle. “I’m obviously delighted to achieve the one hundredth start in my career, it would have been better to top it off with a win but it’s a good clean sheet and we’ll take that. “We’ve just got to build on that together.”The midfielder spoke about the shape the team played in today and how that benefitted the players. “Today worked well, we looked solid, us three in midfield did well to try and hold it down. “If you get a clean sheet you can’t lose, we always want to get the three points but we’ve just got to build on it.5 months ago Huddersfield Town