TOWN owner Ken Davy has talked for the first time of his anger and disappointment over Saturday's demonstration by supporters.
The man who took the club out of administration three years ago spoke out about a vociferous group who staged a noisy protest after the humbling home 3-0 defeat by Oldham, which left the club 14th in League I.
And he labelled them "mischief makers of the worst possible kind".
He said their actions were hitting the morale of players, coaches, officials and directors of the club.
And he vowed that action would be taken to ensure that Town do achieve success, on and off the field.
Many of the protestors are still demanding answers from Davy, right, over the financing of both Town and Huddersfield Giants rugby league club, who he also owns.
They claim money from one is subsidising the other.
But the successful business chief last night insisted: "The facts have already been spelled out.
"I was very disappointed with Saturday's protest.
"It is a tiny minority who insist on challenging financial aspects of the management of the clubs when those arrangements have clearly been spelled out by the board or by me.
"Every member of Huddersfield Town and Huddersfield Giants and their respective boards are aware that the facts I publicly spelled out on September 30 are exactly that - facts.
"There is not the slightest possibility of Huddersfield Town subsidising the Giants. They are two separate businesses, two separate sports clubs.
"The respective clubs each benefit from their own commercial activities and their own matchday marketing.
"This minority claims to be supporters. The reality is their actions are damaging the club, other supporters, the players, the management and the backroom staff.
"There is not a semblance of truth in their allegations and it is mischief making of the worst possible kind.
"I heard chants of 'Where's the money gone?'