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Huddersfield Town chairman Dean Hoyle

Dean Hoyle

Huddersfield Town chairman and one of the club's biggest fans who made his fortune in the greetings card business.

Summer signings must be spot on or Huddersfield Town will go backwards: Examiner sports editor Mel Booth

The onus is on the players to produce more than they are at the moment

No tactical U-turn for Huddersfield Town despite disappointing results insists manager Mark Robins

The boss has again emphasised he will stick to his preferred pass and move tactics

Huddersfield Town chairman Dean Hoyle urges fans to give new singing section a try

It's stage two of the behind-the-goal experiment at the John Smith's Stadium

Huddersfield Town legend Andy Booth: big tests coming up to ensure season doesn't peter out

We don’t want the season to peter out, we want to build some proper momentum and create a foundation from which we can push on even further next time around

Huddersfield Town Supporters' Association: fans respond positively to plans for improving atmosphere at John Smith's Stadium matches

Chance to take part in trial against Bolton Wanderers

Pink Link kick-start Town's breakfast club with £6,000 boost

Distribution company raised funds for Huddersfield Town Foundation by holding a Pink Ball

Huddersfield Town season cards: Chairman aims to make singing section permanent fixture

Chairman Dean Hoyle is urging fans to crank up the volume at the John Smith's Stadium

Huddersfield Town season tickets: prices revealed for 2014/15

Chairman Dean Hoyle has urged supporters to snap up season cards for 2014-15

John Smith's Stadium to stage fourth Umph! business competition

Teams from schools and colleges across Yorkshire will take part in a major business simulation competition this summer

Huddersfield Town fans Phil Hargreaves and Ollie Knockton prepare for double Pedal for Pounds with 450 mile challenge

Duo will cycle to Emirates Stadium before returning home with Pedal for Pounds cyclists

Danny Ward desperate for Huddersfield Town contract extension

Town have the option to extend the 23-year-old’s contract, which ends this summer, and the former Bolton man explained: “I really hope they take it up"

'Singing section' to be trialled at Huddersfield Town against Barnsley

After supporters put forward the idea at a recent ‘All Together Town’ meeting, the club will trial a behind-the-goal singing section in the Fantastic Media Stand lower tier

Huddersfield Town chairman Dean Hoyle signs up as an alumni for Kirklees College

Dean attended Dewsbury and Batley Technical and Arts College (DABTAC) as an engineering apprentice in 1984

Huddersfield Town's Andy Booth: Jose's mind games, Town's transfer window and P4P5

The Huddersfield Town legend on all things sport

Huddersfield Town Supporters Association: Hoyle backs fans push for safe standing

The Football League has launched a consultation into standing at games and Town supporters are backing the ‘safe standing’ campaign

Chairman Dean Hoyle backs Huddersfield Town fans call for ‘safe standing’ at John Smith’s Stadium

A survey of Town fans just published showed that 72% wanted to stand at matches and 92% said the club should support safe standing

Huddersfield Town chairman Dean Hoyle says the FA Cup could provide a big financial tonic if they can beat Charlton Athletic and draw a Premier League club in the fifth round

The John Smith’s Stadium side host Championship rivals Charlton for the third time this season on Saturday aiming to reach the fifth round for the second year running

PPG Architectural Coatings to sponsor Huddersfield Town's Canalside complex

The facility will now be known as PPG Canalside following the deal with paint manufacturer PPG Architectural Coatings UK and Ireland

Ross Wilson joins board of directors at Huddersfield Town

The 32-year-old steps up to join chairman Dean Hoyle, operations director Ann Hough, commercial director Sean Jarvis and chief executive Nigel Clibbens at the very hub of the club

Huddersfield Town v Millwall: fans' and Examiner player ratings

How did you reckon the Terriers did? Find out their marks out of 10 here

James Vaughan will not be sold in January: Huddersfield Town chairman spells out recipe for striking success

“Nahki is not James’ replacement but we have to be realistic as well. With him and Paterson finding their shooting boots, it’s very exciting," said Dean Hoyle

Huddersfield Town 1 - 0 Millwall: Examiner match report and picture gallery

Mark Robins’ side will have to improve on Saturday’s showing if they are to give any credence to their dream of playing in the Premier League

Huddersfield Town v Millwall: Clubs have loving feeling with traditional ceremony before kick-off

Home chairman Dean Hoyle will invite one of the visiting directors to take a drink from the club’s three-handled Loving Cup

No name changes or switches in colour of strip for Huddersfield Town says chairman Dean Hoyle in New Year message

Don't expect a name change or any other shirt than blue and white stripes at Huddersfield Town

Huddersfield Town’s Championship rivals Bolton Wanderers lose £50.7m and are now £163.8m in the red

Now in their second season since relegation from the Premier League, Bolton have just revealed they are £163.8m in the red

Huddersfield Town cut annual loss to £4m as income increases but wage bill up to almost £12m

The £4.02m figure revealed in the accounts for the 12 months to May 31 is down by £1.67m on that for 2011-12

Any Huddersfield Town transfer window deals must sit within framework for future says manager Mark Robins

Fans are keen to know whether the boss, whose 12th-placed team are in action at Brighton today, will bolster his squad as he aims to establish the club as a Championship contender

Andy Booth: Get involved in our latest Pedal for Pounds

It might seem a long way off as we prepare for Christmas, but our annual Pedal for Pounds bike ride is only just around the corner

Huddersfield Town charity ride Pedal for Pounds 5 will be from Arsenal to Huddersfield

The annual charity cycle ride in aid of the Keep It Up campaign, which raises money for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and the club's Academy, will start at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium

Flattered but happy with job in hand: Huddersfield Town's Mark Lillis on Scunthorpe United managerial vacancy

Lillis is in his third spell at Town after both playing for the club (for eight years between 1977-85) and working as youth team coach in the mid-nineties

Andy Booth: Our 3,999 Football League games tell quite a story

It's amazing to think Saturday’s game at Wigan Athletic will be Town’s 4,000th in the Football League

Huddersfield Town chairman 'delighted' with club structure and junior production line

Dean Hoyle believes teenage revelation Duane Holmes is just one of Town's promising young stars

Huddersfield Town chairman Dean Hoyle 'content but not complacent' over Championship and Canalside progress

Dean Hoyle recognises there is a lot of work ahead and hopes fans will be realistic about how Town are implementing plans not just for the rest of this season, but for a sustainable future in high-grade football

175 Huddersfield Town fans take part in 19-mile walk for Keep It Up charity

A record number of Huddersfield Town fans put their best feet forward to raise vital funds

Huddersfield Town Foundation launches breakfast club at 11th school

Dean Hoyle helped launch the Town Foundation’s 11th ‘Early Kick-Off’ Breakfast Club at Ravensthorpe CE Junior School

Huddersfield Town leading drive for more organ donations through Give and Let Live campaign

Football fans will be urged to make a great save – by registering as organ donors

Luis makes a great signing

Teenager Luis Lowe scores an apprenticeship thanks to Huddersfield Town Foundation

Put Canalside on menu says Huddersfield Town chairman Dean Hoyle

“My suggestion to our fans is to forget going home after work today – just head straight to Canalside,” said lifelong fan Hoyle

Watching Huddersfield Town is cheapest day out in Championship survey says

Town charge as low as £10 for special offer adult tickets and adding on a cup of tea, a pie and a match programme tots up to an inexpensive £17.80

Fantastic Media renews John Smith's Stadium sponsorship ahead of 'exciting new times'

The shares deal agreed between Town and the Giants will usher in “a new era of prosperity and co-operation” at the John Smith’s Stadium, claims one of its key sponsors


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