Welcome to the Huddersfield Town live blog with all the latest news, views and transfer round-ups for Wednesday, November 16.
Here we'll bring you all the breaking news from the John Smith's Stadium and around the Championship grounds as the international break - thankfully - draws to a close.
We want to hear from you too. If you have any opinion on a matter we discuss in the blog or anything Huddersfield Town related, please tweet us at @ExaminerHTAFC with your views and they could be featured and discussed.
Catch up on all the latest Town news with Doug Thomson, Mel Booth, Blake Welton and Rory Benson.
That’s all from us today.
Make sure you keep an eye on our website tonight, with the results of BBC Sport’s Price of Football due to be released at 10pm.
But for now, have a good evening - there’s only three more sleeps till Town play again!
The former Leeds boss has been appointed Mansfield Town manager.
October 22, 2001
Here’s what we think will happen in the Championship this weekend.
Really interesting read, this.
Town will wear red at Cardiff at the weekend.
The midfielder is on BBC Radio Leeds tonight.
We’ll bring you everything he and - Michael Hefele - say tonight and tomorrow.
Not a bad half time score for Town!
Whole Game Solution scrapped
The EFL’s plans to shake up the Football League structure have been cancelled.
The plans were due to increase the Football League’s capacity from 72 teams to 100 with an additional division, but the FA refused to move FA Cup ties to midweek fixtures, making the switch impossible.
A statement on the EFL website read:
The EFL Board has today announced that they will cease discussions on the Whole Game Solution with immediate effect.This comes after the Football Association (FA) informed them they were no longer prepared to consider rescheduling FA Cup fixtures into midweek slots.
The decision has been taken with significant regret and disappointment and brings to an end the EFL-led debate on the possibility of the single biggest reform of the English League structure since the inception of the Premier League in 1992.
In order for the Whole Game Solution to be viable, it required the English football authorities to look collectively at the fixture schedules and create additional weekends for League football.
However, after seeking clarification on the FA’s position following the recent announcement of their new international broadcasting deal, the EFL were informed that there was no longer a sufficient advantage for the FA in making the changes.
Shaun Harvey, EFL Chief Executive, said: “As a result of the FA’s decision, the Board has been left with no option but to end the Whole Game Solution discussions as, in its current form, it is no longer viable. If the weekend slots are not available, then there is simply no way we can meet the financial conditions (to be no worse off) as outlined at the very outset.
“The stance the FA has adopted has brought the discussions to a premature end, before fully understanding what the financial outcome from the creation of a new distribution model could be.
“If the FA are willing to change its position then we are, of course, open to re-engaging in what is a hugely important debate that was designed to help shape the future of football in this country.”
Looks like the winger is missing being on the pitch.
Hello everyone and welcome to today’s live blog.
Here we’ll be bringing you all the reaction from England’s 2-2 draw with Spain yesterday as well as all the build up to Town’s match against Cardiff this weekend.
To kick us off, why not read this piece with Sean Scannell where the winger talks about making a 100th start for Town.