IT’S desperate measures now for Huddersfield Town.
We are in the drop zone with six matches remaining in the season.
It wasn’t as if the Terriers didn’t deserve something out of both the Hull and Bolton games – and we were desperately unlucky not to find the net at the Reebok, where a host of chances went begging for Mark Robins’ side.
It makes this Saturday’s match with relegation rivals Peterborough one which Town simply need to win.
And the onus is on everyone connected with the club to do their bit. So, Town fans, raise the roof and be the 12th man!
Now, onto the march against West Yorkshire Police restrictions.
Saturday’s protest march against the WY Police decision to place severe restrictions on travelling Hull fans was attended by around 200 fans, although West Yorkshire Police’s estimation vastly went below that figure, claiming there were around 70 protesters.
Not just fans of Town and Hull, but supporters of other clubs as well, which passed peacefully.
Now onto ‘Marching on Together’ against cancer.
HTSA would like to announce that a total of £5,465.24 was raised for the Marching on Together against Cancer 2013 charity walk from the John Smith’s to Elland Road a couple of weeks back.
The walk included both Town and Leeds fans, and HTSA would like to say a huge well done to those who took part and thank you to people who contributed.
If you’d like to follow Town on the road, why not travel in comfort with HTSA? For more details, fans can book by contacting the Travel Number (07905 580784) or through the HTSA website - www.htsa-online.co.uk, as well as social media sites Facebook (HTSA) and Twitter (@officialhtsa)
Next up away is Wolves on Saturday, April 13. Departure time is 11am. It’s £13 for members and £15 for non members. Book on the phone or at the cabin.
Next Thursday, Paul Ogden of BBC Radio Leeds is guest of the Heavy Woollen supporters. We are keen to get a big audience, because it’s also the last meeting which John Robb will preside over.