FORMER Huddersfield Town boss Lee Clark reckons his achievement in finishing 12th with Birmingham City in the Championship last season rates better than his Football League record of 43 matches unbeaten in Huddersfield.
Geordie Clark guided Town to that excellent sequence, of course, in League I, before being sacked and replaced by Simon Grayson.
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"When I managed Huddersfield Town the players helped get the club into the record books with a 43-game unbeaten run", he is reported as saying.
"But missing out on the play-offs by seven points at Birmingham City is a far better achievement."
He added: "People outside Birmingham might raise their eyebrows at that statement.
"For that group of players at Huddersfield to do what they did was fantastic. I have reaped the rewards of some of that.
"But this it's been hard. Its been one where I've felt immense pride at what we have done."
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