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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Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner celebrates after the final whistle

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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Huddersfield Town's Elias Kachunga (left) and Brighton & Hove Albion's Davy Propper battle for the ball.

Huddersfield Town 2 Brighton 0: Mounie double earns Terriers win

A STEVE MOUNIE double helped Huddersfield Town return to winning ways in impressive fashion.

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Gylfi Sigurdsson fires in the first of Evertons two goals against Huddersfield Town (Picture: Dave Howarth/PA Wire).

Verdict: Huddersfield Town’s ‘dry’ spell continues on the road at Everton

AT the top of the road that leads behind Everton’s main stand can be found a billboard proclaiming Goodison Park to be ‘The Home of Firsts’.

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TOUGH DAY: Huddersfield Town boss, David Wagner, stands close to opposite number Sam Allardyce during Saturday's 2-0 loss at Goodison Park. Picture: Dave Howarth/PA

Away day blues growing cause of concern for Huddersfield Town boss Wagner

DAVID WAGNER admits a lack of confidence on the road is hampering Huddersfield Town’s Premier League survival bid.

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Everton manager Sam Allardyce (left), fourth official Mike Dean (centre) and Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner.

Everton 2 Huddersfield Town 0: Terriers create unwanted record at Goodison Park

HUDDERSFIELD TOWN’S away day blues continued on Merseyside as their run without a goal stretched to seven games - a joint club record.

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Bradford City's Jonathan Stead (left) celebrates scoring his sides first goal of the game during the FA Cup Fourth Round match at Stamford Bridge, London. (Picture: John Walton/PA Wire)

Bradford City v Plymouth: Bantams’ recent Cup history is an incentive not a hindrance, says Hendrie

LUKE HENDRIE says the opportunity to emulate Bradford City’s cup heroics of the recent past will be an inspiration today in the club’s attempt to book a place in the third round.

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Verdict: Leeds United let it slip but take deserved share with Aston Villa

THANKS to Sky Sports opting to pull this fixture forward by 20 hours or so to broadcast it live to the nation, a group of Norway-based Leeds United supporters only arrived at half-time.

Huddersfield Town defender Martin Cranie (Picture: Bruce Rollinson).

Everton v Huddersfield Town: Terriers have rebooted ahead of trip to Goodison

HEAD coach David Wagner, surveying the scene of devastation that was the away dressing room after the final whistle at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday night, had a simple message for his Huddersfield Town side.

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Hull City's manager Leonid Slutsky during the Sky Bet Championship match at Bramall Lane, Sheffield. (Picture: PA).

Slutsky considered quitting after drama of Hull City’s late collapse

LEONID SLUTSKY came close to resigning as Hull City head coach earlier this week, the Russian has admitted.

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Huddersfield Town goalkeeper Jonas Lossl (Picture: Dave Howarth/PA Wire).

Huddersfield Town ‘mustn’t let Arsenal loss affect us’, says goalkeeper Jonas Lossl

GOALKEEPER Jonas Lossl says Huddersfield Town cannot afford to dwell on the joint heaviest loss of head coach David Wagner’s reign.

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Emley's Chris Marples and Steve Nicholson celebrate their replay win over Lincoln City (Pictures: Bruce Rollinson)

How Emley’s FA Cup story still stirs emotions for Glavin

TWENTY YEARS may have passed since Emley became familiar to the nation for something other than its famous TV mast but Ronnie Glavin’s memories surrounding one of the more unlikely FA Cup runs remain as vivid as ever.

Arsenal's Olivier Giroud attempts a shot on goal.

Arsenal 5 Huddersfield Town 0: Terriers punished as Gunners turn on the style

THE wait goes on. Almost 10 hours have elapsed since Huddersfield Town last scored on the road in the Premier League but they surely can’t go much closer to ending that barren run than last night.

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Herbert Chapman, the most successful Huddersfield Town manager in history, with the FA Cup.

Arsenal v Huddersfield Town: Reunion of Gunners and Terriers evokes memories of pioneer Herbert Chapman

Herbert Chapman, the manager who brought the League title to Leeds Road and Highbury, stands alone as a football pioneer. Richard Sutcliffe reports.

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Huddersfield Town head coach David Wagner (Picture: Danny Lawson/PA Wire).

Arsenal v Huddersfield Town: Relaxed approach can help Terriers

HEAD COACH David Wagner insists past form will count for nothing as Huddersfield Town tonight look to end their worst scoring drought on the road in the top flight for 70 years at the expense of Arsenal’s 100 per cent home record.

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Doncaster Rovers Tommy Rowe had his penalty saved and it secured a 5-4 shoot-out victory for Rochdale at Spotland (Picture: Marie Caley).

Distant view of Wembley totally obscured as Doncaster Rovers fall to shoot-out defeat against Rochdale

ROCHDALE famously spent 36 consecutive years locked in the basement of the Football League, a record that is unlikely to ever be broken.

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Huddersfield Town's Rajiv van La Parra, right, has apologised to his team-mates for his behaviour on Saturday. (Picture: PA)

Huddersfield Town’s Van la Parra issues apology after post-game dismissal

RAJIV VAN LA PARRA apologised to his Huddersfield Town team-mates following Sunday’s red card, head coach David Wagner has revealed.

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Barnsley travel to Reading hoping to bounce back from their disappointing display in Saturdays derby defeat to Leeds United (Picture: James Hardisty).

Reading v Barnsley: Heckingbottom still rates play-off losers Reading

MANAGER Paul Heckingbottom is still some way short of his two-year anniversary at the helm of Barnsley, but he has already had to undertake more rebuilding jobs than most of his Championship peers face in double that time.

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Manager Darren Ferguson made nine changes for each of Doncaster Rovers' Checkatrade Trophy group games.

Rochdale v Doncaster Rovers: Ferguson to play stronger hand in Trophy tie

MANAGER Darren Ferguson will field a much stronger Doncaster Rovers side tonight as the Checkatrade Trophy moves into the knockout stage.

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