By John Sealey

Huddersfield Town have been very active in recent weeks announcing a friendly match at home to Premier League Liverpool.

The game will be on Wednesday, July 20, with tickets selling fast I understand, and have also started recruiting players for the new season.

Many of these are expected to come from European Football, and not before time in our opinion.

These will be players that our head coach David Wagner has either coached or scouted, so they should fit into the style of football he wants Town to play, and all bodes well for next season!

New Huddersfield Town signing Ivan Paurevic

In advance of the vagaries of another season (and dreams of Wembley), why not book your trip there this summer to attend the Supporters Summit?

Thanks to a partnership with the FA, the joint Supporters Direct-FSF conference will be held at England’s football capital over the weekend of July 16-17.

One of the key addresses will be from incoming Football League Chairman Ian Lenagan – timely given the recent news of the Football League’s proposed restructure.

Check out http://www.supporters-direct.org/news-article/supporters-summit-2016-save-the-date-2 for further details and to register your attendance.

Rotherham is in Yorkshire!

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Many thanks to those of you who messaged me on Facebook to politely “remind” me that Rotherham is in Yorkshire (yes I know, it was a slip of the keyboard!) so there will be eight Yorkshire derbies to watch next season, not six as stated last week.

This weeks’ HTSA Legends come from none other than our past Chair, Steve King.

“Steve Kindon was my first hero at HTFC. I have memories as a five-year-old of being taken to the ground on my Dad’s shoulders.

“Kindon’s 100% never say die attitude and abundance of goals will stay with me forever.

“The thing that makes the players of that team (Kindon included) so amiable is that they don’t consider themselves heroes.

“They were, and they made so many people happy after many dark days.

“I remember him coming to young terrier meetings back in the day and I got his autograph – I was buzzing for about a month after that!

“And Andy Booth who is a genuinely decent bloke who knew how to score goals.

Leyton Orient (1) v Huddersfield Town (1) - Andy Booth scores his 150th Town goal playing in his final game before retiring

“He is ‘Mr Huddersfield Town’ in my opinion.

“Again his attitude endeared him to the fans, but also because he is one of our own, most fans can see that it meant a lot to him.

“When it came to naming my dog (a female Patterdale Terrier), no offence Andy but I called her Boothy.

“He is a very worthy Club Ambassador”

The HTSA are the voice of the Town Fans, and we are always available for advice and guidance.

The HTSA have a meeting scheduled with Julian Winter, the CEO of Huddersfield Town, on Wednesday, June 22.

If any supporters have issues that they would like HTSA to put to the club they should contact Ian Lawrence, chair@htsa-online.co.uk, or our secretary, Trevor Whitehead, trevwhitehead@virginmedia.com.

It’s just one of the many things we do and if you’d like to know more and get involved with us, email our Chairman, Ian Lawrence (chair@htsa-online.co.uk) and we’ll give you more details – we are active on your behalf all the year round.

Until next week, UTT.