“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times” – but the revolution that has witnessed David Wagner’s induction at Huddersfield is finally showing glimpses of the consistency that we had hoped for in last week’s column.

In “A Tale of Two Clubs” there have been hard times, and some uncertainty along the way, with West Ham United managing to clip Klopp’s gegenpressing aspirations.

Jurgen’s ears must have been burning on Saturday as the Town faithful celebrated victory, and a clean sheet, by affirming in chorus, that David Wagner really is “the best man”.

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“Er ist besser als Klopp, er ist besser als Klopp, David Wagner, er ist besser als Klopp”

“It was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope”.

It was most certainly an enjoyable start to the New Year for those supporters fortunate enough to buy a limited edition match ticket.

After such an accomplished away performance it is important that supporters now do their bit to make sure that the effort being shown on the pitch is matched by the volume of “its noisiest authorities”.

Sky BET Championship - Bolton Wanderers (0) v Huddersfield Town (2) - Joe Lolley goal.

On the subject of travel to away games HTSA would like to pass on our thanks, and the thanks of our regular travellers, to Jeanette Kenworthy who has reluctantly decided to step down as our Coach Steward.

Jeanette stepped into the role, several years ago, at what was a very difficult time. She has been a regular, reliable and trustworthy presence ever since. It will not be easy to find a replacement but the search has now started.

With only three long distance trips remaining the second half to the season promises to have plenty of affordable opportunity for travelling supporters. Look out for some great, pay in advance, offers on multiple bookings to; Preston, Nottingham Forest, Derby, Leeds, Middlesborough, Blackburn and Rotherham. Quotes for any combination of games can be obtained by texting Rachael on 07905 580784 or by calling in at the HTSA Cabin on your way to the Reading game this Saturday.

The winners of the Free Draw on the coach to Bolton were A Kirk (£250), J Morrison (£125) and M Greig (£62:50).

Unfortunately none of the winners were present on the coach so the first prize on our next away trip will remain at £250.

We apologise that shortage of space meant that last week’s Examiner Free Draw did not feature.

So a further £250 still awaits the HTSA member who holds the following numbers (2)6361. If your HTSA membership card is up to date and shows this, or (246)6361 £250 is yours.

Please send details of your full name and postal address by text to 07725036109 or by email to trevwhitehead@virginmedia.com before 19.08 on Friday, January 8.

You will receive your cheque by return of post.

The winning number on Christmas Eve was (1)6325, or (135)6325: the winner, M Whitehead (no relation, as far as I am aware), did not claim the £250.

Names of all previous Free Draw winners, can be found on our HTSA-online website.

And finally a reminder that HTSA representatives will be meeting with both Sean Jarvis and Nigel Clibbens on Tuesday, January 19.

If you have any questions, concerns or BOUQUETS that you would like to share with them please contact Ian Lawrence through the HTSA-online website or Trev Whitehead.