Our look back on October's unbeaten run and Joel Lynch is our man of the month.
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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.
Our look back on September, a month which has definitely seen some highs and lows for Huddersfield Town.
We pick our man of the month, highlights and lowlights.
The current Championship table does not make pretty reading for Town fans. Having won just one of their opening eight matches, and with the league’s second worst goal difference, it is already abundantly clear that Town have a massive task on their hands to ensure that they are not embroiled in a relegation dogfight for the third year in a row.
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.
To celebrate 20 years of football out what is now the John Smith's Stadium we need your help to find the fans 20 favourite moments at the ground.
Simply look at our shortlist and vote on our poll which is on the Town forum 'Down at the Mac'.
We've got a new manager! Chris Powell was today confirmed as Huddersfield Town's new manager.
Here Greg Marah looks at how the former Charlton manager fits into the role and what qualities he can bring to the club.
We also must thank Charlton blogger Kyle Andrews for his assistance on this piece.
The players he usually coaches will be expected to swell the first team, or swell the coffers (or ideally, both) – there is evidence to prove that the future is bright in that respect.
Mark Lillis has once again taken the reigns as Caretaker Manager whilst Dean Hoyle and the board scour far and wide for the next man to lead Huddersfield Town.
Scott Castle looks at how Lillis has done in his league games so far...
Dean Hoyle sent out the Boss-Signal in an impassioned Radio Leeds interview with Katherine Hannah. Here we look at who the white smoke is set to reveal as the new Town boss.
"As soon as Town came out for the 2nd half, the 853 Town fans in attendance were absolutely magnificent. They roared on their team with energy, encouragement and passion. This was mirrored in the dug out by Mark Lillis, himself cajoling and organising. Organising into a much more fluid diamond formation, thank Mike Bassett, the 80’s style 442 was gone."
When Mark Robins sat next to Dean Hoyle for a Radio Leeds special back in January, there appeared to be a real synergy and camaraderie between him and chairman Dean Hoyle, and indeed all four members of ‘The Quadrant’ of the Huddersfield Town board. Town were playing some wonderful free flowing football at the time, and things looked incredibly rosy in the garden. Just 6 months later, and implosion... What happened!?