A derby defeat at the hands of Barnsley saw us drop to 12th in the table.
While it was a disappointing result, seven points from the first five games isn’t a bad return as manager Mark Robins has stated.
It was James Vaughan again with Town’s only goal in the second half and a Town fightback looked to be on, but the home side held on.
As it’s the international break this weekend, the next match sees us take on Doncaster Rovers at the John Smith’s on Saturday, September 14, so the message to fans is simple – get down, back the lads and roar them on to victory!
With the stadium shares issue – at last!
The long and bitter saga over Town’s shares in the stadium is over.
A £2m deal has been agreed between Town chairman Dean Hoyle and Giants’ counterpart Ken Davy over control of shares in the sports complex. Mr Davy has accepted payment from Mr Hoyle and has agreed to sell the football club shares back to Town for a nominal fee of £1.
Fantastic news for everyone connected with Huddersfield Town Football Club!
It was a quiet transfer window as far as Town were concerned with no new additions to the squad, but manager Mark Robins is hopeful that Spanish striker Christian Lopez is closing in on a first-team return and has insisted that he wants players chomping at the bit to challenge for places after the international break.
Coming up next for HTSA Travel is the trip to Blackburn Rovers on Saturday September 21. Departure time is 12.15pm and it’s £9.50 for members and £11.50 for non members.
After that is the trip to Hull City in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday September 24. Departure time is 4.45pm and it’s £10.50 for members and £12.50 for non members.
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 on 07926 165863.