AFTER two straight home defeats to Watford and Leicester respectively it shows just how tough the Championship can be.
With James Vaughan, Joel Lynch and Adam Hammill all absent, it certainly seemed to affect the shape of the team, and Town looked to be short of ideas and unable to recapture the type of performance shown in recent weeks which enabled them to climb the table.
The defeat to Leicester drops us from sixth to eighth position with a points tally of 14 from nine matches played.
Let’s hope we can get back to winning ways this Saturday, when we take on former Town manager Lee Clark’s Birmingham City at St Andrews (3pm).
Coach fare is £14 members and £16 non members and departure is 10.45am.
All departure times and costs are now on the website – up to Christmas.
For any queries, contact 07926 165863 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Why not join HTSA, we are always looking for new members?
For information on this and other HTSA initiatives and offers, visit the new look website at www.htsa-online.co.uk – or write to us c/o Wheawill & Sudworth, PO Box B30, 35 Westgate, Huddersfield HD1 1PA.
As always, don’t forget about the Guess the Crowd Twitter competition we run for home matches, as well as other initiatives.
We continue our campaign to see the return of the stadium shares to the football club – part of this campaign is to ask Town fans to boycott all catering operations within the stadium to maintain pressure on the parties concerned.
Heavy Woollen Information – the next meeting of the Heavy Woollen branch of HTSA will be held on October 11, 2012.
Hosted by John Robb, it’s at Barclays Club, which is located at 189-191 North Road, Ravensthorpe, WF13 3AH.
This will provide Town fans with a great opportunity to meet club chief executive Nigel Clibbens, who will be in attendance.
Anyone wishing to join HTSA can do so on the night and membership costs £5 for the season.
Information from John Robb on 01924 525357 or Stephen King on 07753 634298.
Patrons Information – Patrons are reminded there is no meeting tonight. October’s Meet the Players evening will be held next Monday at Canalside, preceded by the annual meeting.