THE talking stops, e-mails cease, twitter no more.
Huddersfield Town are about to embark on their most important game of 2010-11.
Nothing less than a win will do and to make sure the team get all the encouragement they deserve there will be over 30,000 loyal supporters cheering the Terriers on.
If you know of anyone who is contemplating watching the game at home, in the pub or at their mate’s house then please pass their names and contact details to HTSA.
We have specially trained officials who may be able to help them in their confused hour of need.
Well over 60 coaches will be transporting the cheering mass the short distance to the Salford Recreation Ground.
It will be a very lonely afternoon for the ‘no-mate Billys’ back in Huddersfield.
Make sure that you are not one of those who get left behind.
The players, supporters and, especially the chairman of Huddersfield Town deserve nothing less than Championship football.
Hard work, dedication and above all ‘belief’ have been the key to success.
If there is any justice in the play-off system then come 6.00pm on Sunday Town will be stepping up to the Championship.
I have heard that some supporters are struggling to decide which shirt to wear, home or away, vintage or new, Vileda or Panasonic.
There can only be one choice because we are the ‘home’ team.
Blue and white is the essential dress-code for the day.
Make sure that you were there the day Town went up!
HTSA Travel have only a handful of places remaining. £8.00 members and £10.00 for non-members. Telephone 07926165863 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat.
Town chairman Dean Hoyle, manager Lee Clark and his assistant Terry McDermott will take part in a question-and- answer session at Canalside on Friday (7.30).