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 He implemented the "Gegenpressing" style of play.  In 2016–17, Town finished fifth with a negative goal difference, and qualified for the play-offs.  After defeating Sheffield Wednesday on penalties in the semi-final, they faced Reading in the Final.  Another penalty shoot-out followed, and Huddersfield were again victorious. Promotion to the Premier League meant a return to the first tier for the first time since 1972.  Huddersfield also became the second club, after Blackpool, to have won all three divisional play-offs.  The team finished 16th and stayed up on their return,  but were relegated after a 20th-place finish in 2018–19.  Wagner left the club by mutual consent in January 2019, and was replaced by Borussia Dortmund II manager Jan Siewert,  but Town were relegated in March with six matches remaining.
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 The group is located in the South Stand, which is shared with away fans.  The club also has various overseas supporters' groups, with clubs in Australia, Canada, Northern Ireland, Norway, Republic of Ireland, Singapore, Slovakia, and United States.  Notable fans over the years have included Prime Minister Harold Wilson, who was born in the town,  and actor Sir Patrick Stewart, who became president of the Huddersfield Town Academy in 2010.  Huddersfield Town's main rivals are considered to be West Yorkshire clubs Bradford City and Leeds United.  Town hold the better head-to-head record against City; 21 matches have been won, 17 drawn, and 14 lost.
Huddersfield Town A. F. C. - WikipediaHuddersfield TownFull nameHuddersfield Town Association Football ClubNickname(s)The TerriersFounded15 August 1908; 114 years agoGroundJohn Smith's StadiumCapacity24, 121Coordinates53°39′15. 0361″N 1°46′5. 8605″W / 53. 654176694°N 1. 768294583°WCoordinates: 53°39′15. 768294583°WHead CoachMark FotheringhamLeagueEFL Championship2021–22EFL Championship, 3rd of 24WebsiteClub website Home colours Away colours Third colours Current season Huddersfield Town Association Football Club is a professional football club based in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England, which compete in the EFL Championship. The team have played home games at the Kirklees Stadium since moving from Leeds Road in 1994.
 The team amassed only three wins and 16 points by the end of the season.  Chairman Hoyle announced his departure in May 2019, selling the club to businessman Phil Hodgkinson, relinquishing the post due to poor health.  Siewert was replaced by Lincoln City manager Danny Cowley in September of that year,  who guided the club to survival in the Championship before being sacked.  Leeds United assistant coach Carlos Corberán was appointed as the club's new head coach in July 2020.  Huddersfield finished third in the EFL Championship and met fourth placed Nottingham Forest in the 2022 EFL Championship play-off Final at Wembley, losing 1–0 in controversial circumstances; Town were denied two penalty claims by referee Jonathan Moss in his last game before retirement. In the first instance, the video assistant referee failed to overturn Moss's decision despite apparent contact between Forest's Jack Colback and Huddersfield's Harry Toffolo.
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English Football Hall of Fame members Several ex-players/managers associated with Huddersfield Town are represented in the English Football Hall of Fame, which was created in 2002, as a celebration of those who have made an outstanding contribution to the game. To be considered for induction players/managers must be 30 years of age or older and have played/managed for at least five years in England.
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 The team finished second in the Second Division in 1952–53 and made an immediate return.  They finished in third place in their first season back in the top flight.  After Town were relegated in 1955–56, Beattie resigned as manager in November 1956, and Bill Shankly succeeded him.  In December 1957, the team led 5–1 with 30 minutes remaining against Charlton Athletic, but lost 7–6.  Shankly left in December 1959 to manage Liverpool.
  The Football League 100 Legends is a list of "100 legendary football players" produced by the Football League in 1998, to celebrate the 100th season of league football. Three former Huddersfield players made the list.  Player of the Year (Hargreaves Memorial Trophy) As voted for by members of the official Huddersfield Town Supporters Club.  Year Winner 1975 Terry Dolan 1976 Terry Gray 1977 Kevin Johnson 1978 Mick Butler 1979 Alan Starling 1980 Malcolm Brown 1981 Mark Lillis 1982 Mick Kennedy 1983 David Burke 1984 Paul Jones 1985 1986 Joey Jones 1987 Duncan Shearer 1988 Simon Trevitt 1989 Steve Hardwick 1990 Lee Martin 1991 Graham Mitchell 1992 Iwan Roberts 1993 Neil Parsley 1994 Steve Francis 1995 Ronnie Jepson 1996 Tom Cowan 1997 1998 Jon Dyson 1999 Nico Vaesen 2000 Jamie Vincent 2001 Craig Armstrong 2002 Leon Knight 2003 Martin Smith 2004 Jon Worthington 2005 Nathan Clarke 2006 Andy Booth 2007 David Mirfin 2008 Andy Holdsworth 2009 Gary Roberts 2010 Peter Clarke 2011 2012 2013 James Vaughan 2014 Adam Clayton 2015 Jacob Butterfield 2016 Nahki Wells 2017 Aaron Mooy 2018 Christopher Schindler 2019 2020 Lewis O'Brien 2021 Jonathan Hogg 2022 Club management Club officials Position Name Managing Director David Baldwin Operations Director Ann Hough Financial Director Matt Wright Marketing & Communications Director David Threfall-Sykes Non-Executive Director David Kirby Source: First team technical staff Head Coach Mark Fotheringham Assistant Head Coaches Kenny MillerNarcís "Chicho" Pèlach Head of Football Operations Leigh Bromby Head of Analysis & Innovation James Beck First Team Analysts Mackenzie LongleyHarrison GlewLinas Treigys Head of Goalkeeping Paul Clements Head of Medical Ian Kirkpatrick Senior Physiotherapists Liam KershawCraig Sedgwick Sports Therapists Dave HallamMatty Greenlees Head of Physical Performance Paul Bower Source: Managerial history Honours and achievements In 1926, Huddersfield Town became the first English team to win the First Division title in three consecutive seasons, a feat not surpassed to this day, although it has been equalled by Arsenal, Liverpool, and on two occasions by Manchester United.
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W. Chappell of Longwood, Huddersfield, before the 1920 FA Cup Final against Aston Villa. It was an adapted version of the popular First World War song "Till We Meet Again". Chappell's creation was originally called "The Town Anthem", and was sung by Town supporters ahead of the Final. The anthem is still sung by Huddersfield supporters at home matches.  In 2014, a group of Town fans formed a collective called "North Stand Loyal". Its aim was "to improve the atmosphere around the stadium on matchdays", and the members were "inspired by fan groups of continental Europe and other parts of the world".  In 2017, the group renamed themselves "Cowshed Loyal".
 Floodlights were installed at Leeds Road in 1961, which were financed by the British record transfer fee of £55, 000 of Denis Law to Manchester City, and became known as the "Denis Law Lights".  Huddersfield continued to play in the second tier during the 1960s.  They reached the semi-final of the League Cup in 1967–68, but lost on aggregate to Arsenal.  In 1969, the club adopted the nickname "The Terriers".
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Huddersfield Town face Pipa reunion after arranging friendly with Greek champions OlympiacosHUDDERSFIELD TOWN will face reigning Greek champions Olympiacos in a friendly in Spain ahead of the return to Championship business next month. Mark Fotheringham's side will face the Greeks in a friendly during their warm-weather training camp in Marbella on Thursday, December 1. The game will kick off at 4pm local time (3pm start in the UK). The precise venue of the game is still to be confirmed, but the friendly will be screened live on the club's YouTube channel and will be free of charge for supporters in the UK. Former Huddersfield Town defender Pipa.
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