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NEIL WARNOCK wants one more career promotion – and says it would have to be with a “special” club like Huddersfield Town.
The 63-year-old would not go any further than to say he’s got “one or two irons in the fire” when asked directly about the Galpharm hot seat, which became vacant yesterday when Lee Clark and his coaching staff were dismissed.
And fans’ websites were busy with comments generally in favour of the man sacked by QPR only a few weeks ago.
IT’S scruffy and shabby and described as a poor advert for Huddersfield.
But now one of the town’s main shopping streets could be in line for a major spring clean.
A stretch of New Street is being earmarked for a revamp to make it more attractive and welcoming for shoppers.
Councillors on the Huddersfield area planning committee have taken the first steps towards renovating the 200-yard stretch from Ramsden Street to Chapel Hill.
A THIRD planning dispute has broken out between a Birkby home owner and the council – this time over an ‘unauthorised’ charity office.
Khalid Pervaz, who runs Huddersfield Muslim Welfare, has built an office for the charity in the grounds of his Birkby home.
The charity, which was set up in the 1970s, promotes the teaching of Islam at Huddersfield mosques.
In 2006 Mr Pervaz was granted planning permission for a detached garage where the office now stands.
HUDDERSFIELD police are dealing with a two vehicle collision in Bradford Road this morning which is causing delays locally
EX-Coronation Street star Sarah Lancashire was back in the TV spotlight as BBC film crews took over Marsden to film a new series.
Villagers woke up yesterday to BBC trucks all over Peel Street as the national broadcaster began work on its latest romantic comedy, Antony and Cleopatra.