Huddersfield Town and England youth international Jordan Williams sealed a shock move to Barnsley in the run up to deadline day. Here, Steven Downes analyses the move.
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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.
James Thornton takes a pragmatic view on Conor Coady's departure from Town
Town fans are going to the polls! No, not the General Election, something far more important! To the Swingometer!!
Town 1-2 Leeds Utd
12:30pm Saturday 31st January 2015 at the John Smith's Stadium
(3-5-2) Smithies; Smith, Hudson, Lynch; Robinson, Edgar, Coady, Butterfield, Scannell; Wells, Vaughan
Our look back on October's unbeaten run and Joel Lynch is our man of the month.
However, the more eye-catching changes have come up front, where the arrival of Grant Holt has shaken up a previously light-weight forward line. As of late, the goal-scoring figures bear that out – Town score slightly more goals under Chris Powell (1.44 per game) than they did before his arrival (1.33).
If you were to rank the current Huddersfield Town squad purely in terms of talent, there is little doubt that Adam Hammills name would feature near the top. Having first made his name as a talented youngster at Barnsley back in 2009, Hammill looked destined for a career in the Premier League.
So what's happened to him of late?
Last weekend saw the 100th anniversary of the death of Larrett Roebuck.
Roebuck was the first Football League footballer to be killed in World War One and was a promising full-back for Huddersfield Town.
Wednesday also saw the burial of 15 servicemen found five years ago. It's quite possible that Larrett Roebuck was one of the unidentified bodies reburied.
You know the subject, it comes up in the pub all the time. Pele or Maradona? Best or Cruyff? Or Lionel Messi or Andy Booth? Ok maybe not so much the last one, but for Town fans the best and worst teams are often a hot topic of debate.
Find out who we have selected in our All Stars squad in Part 1 of our All Stars v's The No Marks.
Oh dear. A shambles of a start sees Mark Robins tenure as Huddersfield manager come to an end. It took just 26 seconds for this disaster to get going and it just went from bad to worse from there on in.
Check out our match ratings, do you agree with who we chose for man of the match? Was there even a player out there in blue and white worthy of one?
My impression of Majewski is that he’s a bit of a creative force; one of those who takes passes from the defence, or deeper lying midfielders, and prompts play from those further forward, all the while contributing something of a goal threat himself.