Doug Thomson

Doug Thomson

Huddersfield-born lifelong Town supporter and a former Greenhead College student, he studied history and politics at Leeds University before joining the Keighley News in 1987. Initially a news reporter, Doug switched to sport in 1988, covering Keighley Rugby League Club. Joined the Examiner in 1989, reporting on cricket and covering the original Emley FC's rise in non-league football. Spent two years at the Press Association sports department in the mid-nineties before returning to the Examiner. He has been football writer since 2006.

Former Huddersfield RU player Vern Cotter can lead Scotland to Six Nations glory says hooker

The Kiwi has made a major impact at Murrayfield

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Former Huddersfield RU player Vern Cotter can lead Scotland to Six Nations glory says hooker

The Kiwi has made a major impact at Murrayfield

Hard work and endeavour paid off says Birmingham City boss after win at Huddersfield Town

The West Midlands club are on the up under their new manager

Huddersfield outfit stage exhibition at Huddersfield Sports Centre

Gladiators Boxing Academy trainer Dennis Doyle hailed their 2014 Christmas amateur show as the best yet

Huddersfield Town 0 Birmingham City 1: Match analysis

A review of the Championship clash at the John Smith's Stadium

Hard work is way forward says Conor Coady as Huddersfield Town prepare for Rotherham United test

The midfielder says the players were bitterly disappointed by a second successive defeat

Jack Robinson tries to fend off goalscorer David Cotterill in Huddersfield Town's defeat to Birmingham City

Match Report: Huddersfield Town 0-1 Birmingham City

Chris Powell's side fell to a second defeat on the spin and a first at home in eight games as David Cotterill's second-half free-kick separated the sides

Huddersfield Town anthem predated by Norwich City tune but older than Birmingham City fans' song

Smile Awhile and Keep Right On both have their origins in the First World War

Oldham Athletic v Huddersfield Town pre-season friendly - Mark Robins.

Former Huddersfield Town boss Mark Robins making impression at Scunthorpe United

The forward-looking Glanford Park club have climbed the League I table

Kieran O'Regan thinks Chris Powell is capable of helping Huddersfield Town recover from Norwich City mauling

Chris Powell can get Huddersfield Town back on track against Birmingham City says old boy Kieran O'Regan

The Republic of Ireland player knows what it's like to be on the wrong end of a big goal tally

White is the colour when it comes to football footwear - and Huddersfield Town are following the Premier League pattern

Only three of the starting side at Norwich City wore 'traditional' black boots


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