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Bygones: Pulling off Huddersfield Town’s ‘Great Escape’ one of Peter Jackson’s career highs

THE PATH that led Peter Jackson to a farmer’s field at Ainley Top, clambering out of a hole designed to look like a trench from World War II, is the stuff of Huddersfield legend.

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Huddersfield Town's Elias Kachunga celebrates scoring his side's first goal at Vicarage Road. Picture: Daniel Hambury/PA

Verdict: Huddersfield Town turn travel sickness into travel slickness

‘LAST Christmas’ does not, on first listen, seem to be the most natural fit for the football terraces.

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CATCH ME IF YOU CAN: Huddersfield Town's Aaron Mooy (left) celebrates scoring his side's second goal of the game against Watford. Picture: Daniel Hambury/PAgle club/league/player publications.

Video: David Wagner happy to reach halfway mark in Huddersfield Town’s survival plan

HEAD COACH David Wagner has set Huddersfield Town a target of 12 victories to guarantee Premier League survival.

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Huddersfield Town's Elias Kachunga celebrates scoring his side's first goal.

Watford 1 Huddersfield Town 4: Terriers end goal famine in style

HUDDERSFIELD TOWN’S away day blues were banished by not only their first goals on the road in four months but also a first victory since beating Crystal Palace on the opening day.

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Charlie Wyke celebrates scoring against Doncaster Rovers.  Picture: Bruce Rollinson.

Southend United v Bradford City: Away days proving popular for confident Bantams

CHARLIE WYKE admits Bradford City’s status as the Football League’s away-day specialists has sent confidence levels sky high.

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Huddersfield Town goalkeeper Jonas Lossl. Picture: PA.

Watford v Huddersfield Town: Terriers hit road fully intent on avoiding record

IF any manager in the Premier League can empathise with David Wagner over Huddersfield Town’s away day blues it is surely the incumbent of the home dugout today.

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Huddersfield Town's manager David Wagner.

Belief replaces hope in Huddersfield Town’s battle for survival

DAVID WAGNER now believes rather than hopes Huddersfield Town will survive in the Premier League.

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POSITIVE: Hull City manager Nigel Adkins. Picture: Tony Johnson.

Cardiff City v Hull City: Familiar foe Warnock stands in way of Tigers’ progression

THE LAST time Nigel Adkins and Neil Warnock went head-to-head in the Championship, the elder statesman’s reaction to defeat came straight from the heart.

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Leeds United's Liam Cooper seen in action against 
Sunderland early in the season (Picture: Bruce Rollinson).

Leeds United v Norwich City: History matters little to Cooper as Whites host Norwich again

NORWICH CITY’S last visit to Elland Road was pure footballing theatre.

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Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner.

How a blank response at Watford will earn Huddersfield Town infamy

NORTHAMPTON’S County Ground being the only remaining Football League venue still to host county cricket barely registered for Huddersfield Town ahead of their visit a little under 30 years ago.

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Adam Pearson, former chairman of Hull City AFC, at Boothferry Park. Picture: Terry Carrott

Bygones: Defiant tone heralds end of an era for Hull City at Boothferry Park

AS Hull City’s supporters looked on in solemn mood as the flag atop the North Stand was lowered for a final time, then chairman Adam Pearson had just one thought in his mind.

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HELLO THERE: Peter Taylor introduces himself to the fans before the match against Rochdale at Boothferry Park in October 2002. Picture: Terry Carrott

Bygones: Move from Boothferry Park to KC was ‘essential’, says Peter Taylor

AS A football man, Peter Taylor loved Boothferry Park.

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Huddersfield Town's Florent Hadergjonaj. Picture: Nigel French/PA

Late rally against champions Chelsea offers Huddersfield Town reasons to be cheerful

CHELSEA may have run out comprehensive winners on their first trip to the John Smith’s Stadium – but Florent Hadergjonaj believes Huddersfield Town’s stirring finale should boost confidence levels.

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Mark Duffy is one of many Sheffield United players whose versatility is lauded by manager Chris Wilder (Picture: Simon Bellis/Sportimage).

Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder content to shuffle his pack

MANAGER Chris Wilder has hailed the versatility of his Sheffield United squad.

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Huddersfield Towns Steve Mounie gets his head to the ball but was unable to find the target as his side lost at home to champions Chelsea (Picture: Bruce Rollinson).

Huddersfield Town 1 Chelsea 3: Champions on message as Terriers are outclassed

“CHAMPIONS of England,” crowed the 2,300 Chelsea fans at the home of three-time title-winners Huddersfield Town. “You’ll never sing that.”

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Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner celebrates after the Premier League victory over Manchester United

Huddersfield Town v Chelsea: Repeat surprise on ‘big six’ giant can aid Town’s escape

HUDDERSFIELD TOWN have something pretty special going on at the John Smith’s Stadium.

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Former Huddersfield Town goalkeeper Matt Glennon

Huddersfield Town v Chelsea: Terriers must leave nothing on the pitch, says Matt Glennon

WHEN a League One side loses at the home of a club who are sitting third in the top flight and en route to the Champions League final, frustration is not supposed to be the over-riding emotion in the away dressing room at the final whistle.

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Huddersfield Town's Steve Mounie scores his and his side's second goal against Brighton at the John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield (Picture: Mike Egerton/PA Wire).

Big match verdict: Huddersfield Town’s Ince is hopeful one goal will lead to flurry

IT IS a statistic that just will not go away, no matter how hard Tom Ince tries.

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Brighton & Hove Albion's Bruno (left) and Huddersfield Town's Laurent Depoitre (Picture: Mike Egerton/PA Wire)

Pragmatic David Wagner says his trust never wavered in Huddersfield Town’s ability

HEAD COACH David Wagner hailed the character and “hunger” of his Huddersfield Town side in bouncing back from a damaging run of defeats.

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Huddersfield Town's Steve Mounie (left) and Brighton & Hove Albion's Bruno battle for the ball.

Huddersfield Town 2 Brighton 0: How the Terriers rated

The Yorkshire Post’s chief football writer Richard Sutcliffe delivers his verdict on how impressive Huddersfield Town were in their welcome home win...

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