Before the ecstasy came the mediocrity. The Red Terrier looks back at the intervening years which lead us to the Wagner Revolution.
In a modern global world, football clubs are attracting fans from Chicago to Timbuktu. Long gone are the fans of your local teams, TV has made football more accessible to the world. Yet how has a man in Malaysia come to pick Huddersfield Town as his team? James Chisem finds out.
We all have our footballing heroes for whatever reason. Huddersfield Town has certainly given us many over the years from cult figures like Iain Dunn to the homegrown penalty hero in 2012 Alex Smithies.
Here James Chisem tells us of his footballing heroes in his time watching the terriers.
This is our Wolves match thread including our preview compiled by Greg Marah and The Oppositions View - courtesy of Richard Hobbs from Wolves Fancast.
Taeriq Holmes-Dennis has become the latest addition to Huddersfield Town's squad. Charlton blogger Kyle Andrews gives us the lowdown on the young full-back and looks at the reasons why he chose to move up north than stay with the Addicks.
Two wins from two in the league leave Town sitting pretty in third - can they take down another former Premier League club in Aston Villa?
Match day two in the SkyBet EFL Championship sees Town travel to Newcastle. Here is our match thread including 'The Oppositions View'.
The Brentford match thread with the Town reveiw and preview.
Your one stop shot for Huddersfield Town previews starts with the season opener against Brentford. Featuring 'The opposition view' from Brentford fan site Beesotted and our starting XI among other things.
Who better to give a reasoned Championship preview than supporters of a Championship side who follow the Championship. Take note Sky Sports, The Guardian etc. The Red Terrier and Greg Marah play mystic meg in our 'Ian Holloway is a tosser' Championship preview.
James Chisem tempers Huddersfield Town fans expectations ahead of the widely anticipated 2016/17 SkyBet Championship season.
Simple and clean designs I'd like to see.
Once the go to man for a moan about the state of Huddersfield Town, Charlie Johnson returns to his blogging roots with his personal appraisal at the appointment of David Wagner. Forget the defeats here and there and give this a read.