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Boss to stay despite Huddersfield relegation

Jan Siewert will remain as boss of Huddersfield Town, despite the team’s relegation to the Championship. Saturday’s defeat at Crystal Palace, combined with victories for Burnley and Southampton, confirmed that the team would be playing in the Championship again, after two seasons in the elite league. There were suggestions that Siewert, who was only appointed as manager in January following ...

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Sam Allardyce favourite for Huddersfield job

Sam Allardyce has been installed as the early favourite to take over the vacant job at Huddersfield Town following the departure of manager David Wagner on Monday. The 47-year old German had been in charge at The John Smith Stadium since November 2015, and led them, via the play-offs, to promotion to the Premier League in his first season. He ...

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Huddersfield and Wolves lead the hunt for Middlesbrough winger

Both Huddersfield Town and newly promoted Wolverhampton Wanderers are interested in signing Middlesbrough winger Adam Traore, who is valued at £18 million. The Sun reports that Tony Pulis, the Middlesbrough manager, is considering selling the 22-year old Spaniard in order to raise funds for a raid into the transfer market and to fuel a Championship promotion push. The fee in ...

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David Wagner signs new three-year Huddersfield deal

  The Daily Mail reports that manager David Wagner, and key members of his backroom staff have signed new deals to stay at Huddersfield Town. 46-year old Wagner, assistant Christoph Buhler and first team coach Andrew Hughes, have all committed their immediate futures to the Yorkshire club by signing contract extensions until 2021. The German-American Wagner, a former protégé of ...

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