Huddersfield Town’s first win at Blackburn Rovers since 1986 has added to the sense of optimism for next season among supporters.
After the 2-0 triumph at Ewood Park which lifted Town to 16th in the Championship, SPH, of Almondbury, said: “This was yet more evidence of progress from Town. They won and won ugly.
“Blackburn were denied any meaningful openings and we showed that we are in a stronger position than most of the teams in this league apart from those rich clubs at the top.
“Roll on next season with trips to places like Aston Villa guaranteed.”
David, from Wyke, commented: “Rajiv van La Parra is a great addition to the side.
“Blackburn were not good but we still had to get the win, and we were better for Joel Lynch being back. Can’t wait for next season!”
Pete, of Bailiff Bridge, added: “A great result, now hopefully safe. David Wagner will be out best manager since Bill Shankly.”
Dalton’s Chris Green wrote: “An acquiescent warmth is unrolling across every person connected with Huddersfield Town – from the boardroom, management team and squad to the fans based in the British Isles and across the globe.
“Our table positioning might not signify the betterment, but the vibe surrounding the club is intoxicating.
“Despite not being there, the celebration that the players and Wagner did with the away support after the game was immense, and I hope these scenes are repeated when I am sat in the away end at Rotherham United.”
Talking of Rotherham, Steve, from Huddersfield, is desperate for a follow-up victory.
“We are safe, but need four more wins to finish off,” he said. “Leicester City ended well last year and never looked back. Hope we do the same!”
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And Danny, from Outlane, wrote: “It was a good performance although Blackburn look like they’ve thrown the towel in for the season.
“I’m looking for a good finish from Town, who obviously need a couple of significant sighnigs.
“Right-back and goalkeeper top of the list, and some support for Nahki Wells would also be good. Up the Town!”