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Huddersfield Town F.C - The Terriers is Going Up!

Started on 10 April 2014 by kernel
Latest Reply on 22 May 2014 by kernel
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7 yearsEdited

Capital One Cup round : After enthralling extra time in KC Stadium, Huddersfield Town set to semis.

Huddersfiled entered to this round after winning penalty shoot-out againts Middlesbrough. Huddersfield turned the tables on enthralling extra time to reach the Capital One Cup semi-finals on Tuesday with a 2-4 win after extra time.

Tom Hateley opened the advantage to Huddersfield in the 17th minute after a powerful shot from the right corner of the goal side of the Hull. It is completed a good night for Hull City as 10-man when Emanuel Pogatetz being sent off in the 25th minute after do the harsh tackling to Will Hughes. Although only 10-man, Hull City have equalized due to an error by Jonathan Hogg in the 26th minutes scored by Danny Ings. At 58th minute Huddersfield made three man subtitutes, of the third turn Vega enter Hervin Ongenda to join with vaughan on the frontlines and make a difference.

All Huddersfield fans has stunned when Huddersfield Town down to 10-man as Timothy Derijck injury in the 61th minute and Danny Ings scored the ball in the 74th minute through a counter-attack. In the last 4 minute Josip Radosevic equalized, 2 -2.

Fans shouted for joy when Mike Dean award a penalty to Huddersfield Town as Maynor Figueroa handball in the penalty box. Tom Ince is given the opportunity to execute the penalty and make it 2 - 3. Memphis Depay header closed this match in the 100th minute, make Huddersfield Town go to semis.

Adriana Vega, Huddersfield boss
This unexpected, when you do three substitutions at once. After a three minute walk, one of your players injured and could not continue the match.

I am very proud of the players who always try and work hard to make changes. In the semi-finals later, we are ready to entertain the opponent and hoping to wembley.

The draw for the semi-finals on Saturday
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BPL Boxing Day : Huddersfield Town stun Arsenal 5 - 1
Paul Dixon celebrate his goal againts Arsenal

Huddersfield Town produced one of the performances of the season with a stunning 5-1 win over Arsenal at The John Stadium.

Memphis Depay opened goal scoring in the 15th minute, he dribbles from inside the Arsenal half before scoring a long range effort and Paul Dixon make it two in the 32th minute to put Huddersfield Town in firm control.

Huddersfield got the third goal their dominance deserved on 52 minutes when Josip Radosevic robbed Jack Wilshere on the halfway line and he fed Will Hughes out wide. The Englishman picked out Hogg with a perfect pass to give the midfielder a simple finish at the far post.

Arsenal put one goal on 62 minutes by Vela. He's scores a long range by set piece. The impressive Paul Dixon created his second goal on 86 minutes with fierce shot and in injury time, Lucas Viatri give fans cheering on his closing goal.

Adriana Vega, Huddersfield boss
I am speechless, they playing really good. I think this is will be their present in Boxing Day
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Huddersfield drawn to play Manchester United in Capital One Cup Semi-final

Huddersfield Town's reward for beating Hull City in the quarter-finals of the Capital One Cup is a last-four encounter with the four-times winners Manchester United.

The other semi-final pits United's rivals Arsenal against Chelsea, who earned their spot at this stage after beating Tottenham 2-1 at White Hart Lane.

• First leg to be played in week of 11 January
Great season keep it up!

Danny Ward says thank you
Danny completes £1m move to Cardiff City

Danny Ward has revealed the "complicated situations from a personal point of view, mainly during the last six months" that led him to the £1m move from Huddersfield to Cardiff on Saturday.

In an open letter written on his personal blog Danny Ward offered an extended thank you to Huddersfield Town and the club's fans. The 23-year-old, who was Huddersfield's player most rated, entitling the message: "I will never forget my time in Huddersfield: thank you!"

Ward touched upon his difficulties in being dropped by Adriana Vega, the manager. "There has been plenty of good moments: Runner Up Championship, my first experience to play in Premier League, the immense happiness battle to not relegated with team." He said.

Despite Vega view of Ward leading him to leave Huddersfield to further his career, Ward still thanked the Indonesian manager. "To Vega, for making me a stronger player, because in difficult moments, I have learnt to remain positive and to keep working hard," he said.
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Man United : £13m for Tom Ince
Man United offer £13m Tom Ince to land Huddersfield star

The Premier League champions already offer £13 million for Huddersfield winger Tom Ince.

And these four days are now vital to whether Tom will open the door on a move to Old Trafford or definitively tell United he is staying at Huddersfield

"It's always flattering when a club like Manchester United talks very well about you and you can see they want you," Paul Ince son's, told Sky Sports

But I'm going through an amazing moment [at Huddersfield] now."

The former Blackpool winger, who has win a promotion to premier league with Huddersfield Town has been a regular in the last two season for Huddersfield, who currently rank 3th in premier league.

Tom has so far kept his feelings to himself, making no public declaration about what he wants to happen next.

Huddersfield and Tom are ready to play capital one cup semis against Man United at old trafford on Wednesday.

Capital One Cup : Huddersfield Town defeat Man United 0-1 in semi-final first leg
Players celebrate after Jonathan Hogg opening opening score in the 13th minute.

The Terriers claimed their victory over United in semi-final first leg and thanks to Jonathan Hogg's goal at Old Trafford as the Red Devils first defeat at home in all competitions this season.

Huddersfield will take a slim 1-0 advantage into their Capital One Cup semifinal second leg in The John Smith, after they downed Man United by a single goal at the Old Trafford on Wednesday. Jonathan Hogg's early strike was all the Terriers needed to snatch victory; frustrating their host for the remainder of the match.

However, the visitors managed to blend their defensive sturdiness with some lethal counterattacking, particularly looking to take advantage of Man United weakness down the right. It took just 13 minutes before Dixon sent Oliver Norwood into space down said flank, with the midfielder square pass tapped in at the far post by Hogg.

It was the first of three almost identical chances that Huddersfield created by taking advantage of the defensive weakness of United's right-back Rafael, though fortunately for the visitors, only Hogg had brought his shooting boots. Both Tom Ince and Memphis Depay squandered their chances from pointblank range, with United lucky to just be a goal down at the break.

"It's a good win for us, with the second leg playing at our home" Vega

Gaston Ramirez signs for Huddersfield Town
Huddersfield Town is delighted to announce that Gaston Ramirez has completed his transfer for a fee of £4.5 million.

Gaston Ramirez, 25, has played 101 times for Soton, scoring 21 goals since august 2012.

Gaston Ramirez said: "I am thrilled to be joining Huddersfield. I have enjoyed some very happy years at Soton but the time has come for a new challenge. Huddersfield is the perfect place for me and I am excited at the chance I have to be part of the next phase in the club's history.

"Soton is a great club and I have many friends there but you cannot turn down the chance to join Huddersfield Town. I look forward to helping the manager and the team be successful in the coming years."

"I have been impressed with the excitement he has shown to be part of the new Huddersfield Town. I know our fans have admired Gaston for some time now – he has always played well when at Soton.

The Terriers sign Henriquez on loan from Man United
Huddersfield Town has confirmed the capture of the 21-year-old Chilean on a loan deal.

Huddersfield Town has announced the loan signing of United's Chilean youngster Angelo Henriquez

The 21-year-old striker had been tailed by both Crystal Palace and Blackpool, but the terriers have beaten the competition to sign the Chilean youngster on a five-months deal.

Henriquez had a spell at Zaragosa earlier this year before returning to United, but Man United have decided to loan him out again.

The signing of Henriquez will come as a boost to Huddersfield as they look to consolidate themselves in Barclays Premier League following their strikers crisis because an injury.

Huddersfield pass United endurance

Huddersfield 0-0 Man United (aggr: 1-0)
United's hopes of playing in the Capital One Cup final as Huddersfield Town held the Red Devils to a goalless draw.

After winning the first leg in Old Trafford 0-1, Adriana Vega's side limited the Premier League champions to a handful of scoring opportunities during the first half and continued to defend well.

Huddersfield started on the front foot, as they did in the first leg in Old Trafford, when they took an early lead, but United were not taken by surprise this time around.

Huddersfield had a great opportunity to take the lead after the break but Depay fired over from promising position. At the other end Arda Turan forced Diego Alves to make a difficult save with a dangerous free-kick from distance. Centre-back Sebastian Coates and Anthony Gerrard were unbeatable in the air as United started to send in more crosses.

Huddersfield will now meet Chelsea in the final on Feb 28 in Wembley.

Huddersfield Town confirm deal for Juan Iturbe
Juan Iturbe will join HTFC in the summer after agreeing a three-year deal contract.

The 22-year-old has scored 24 goals in 34 games for FC Porto, excluding 10 in 18 this season with FCP B, since back from loan at Hellas Verona

Porto could have sold Juan Iturbe last summer to Huddersfield, but opted to keep him.
Earlier on Saturday, Local newspaper Examiner printed pictures of Juan Iturbe and his representatives arriving at the premises of Huddersfield's club doctor that morning

The deal to take the player to the John Smith is free, after the player doesnt want to extend his contract who expired this year.

Huddersfield chairman Kevin Doyle was delighted with the deal, saying on his club's official website: "We are very pleased that this transfer is successful and finally we get him after looking for about two years"

"Juan Iturber is one of the world's best youngster, he will strengthen the squad of Huddersfield and give us a boost.

"This is the way I choose, move to Huddersfield Town. I need to carry on my career in premier league. Thanks to Porto who giving me an experience and fans who always supporting me." explaind Juan.
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Terriers lose at Anfield
Vaughan can not do much until the second half whistle sounded

The Reds currently rank 14th in the table and have bad performance this season, make some shocking move to have beat Huddersfield side after terriers performance down at anfield lastnight. Leroy Fer make Liverpool lead the match after Koen Casteels misspassing to Paul Dixon and give the reds chance to scoring. Second goal it was from Aspas, who break the defend line by out from offside trap.

As much as Huddersfield huffed and puffed, in truth they rarely appeared capable of blowing down the doors to the Reds defence. All the flicks and tricks that have so thrilled this season came to nothing.

The door is open in the 80th minute, initial air a corner from Oliver Norwood and Will Hughes completed the ball with the half of volley on the right side Simon Mignolet.

Moments later, a corner from Norwood again was met by a combination of Depay and James Vaughan which Skrtel hacked off the line.

Tom Ince, Huddersfield midfielder
It's just disappointing. We expected a lot from this game but going two behind against a team like Liverppol makes things very difficult. We didn't play as well as we did in the prev match.
Our formation was different and we weren't as good tactically. We do not controll the game in and didn't give them many chances.

This is the first defeat since November.

February point, dropped
Derijck sent off in the away match v Tottenham Hotspur

You can debate the red cards which helped swing this game in Tottenham favour until you’re blue in the face. But the effects of the outcome are there in the black and white of the Premier League table.

In the five match of Premier League this month, Huddersfield never get 3 points home or away. They have off-perform in this month, just look in the five match his month Terriers just get 2 points in the pocket. First point was 1-1 v Westbrom and 1-1 v Stoke City in the John Smith Stadium.

Vega, Huddersfield boss
We are disappointed to concede the goal in the manner we did - defending a corner and trying to quickly counter-attack. I think it is fair to say we started the game really well.
It was a difficult pitch for the team in possession. It was forcing you to make the wrong decision and the wrong control.

For those reasons, we dropped many points this month. We have a schedule tight and hard game till the end of the season. I want to endend this poor runs as soon as possible.

Meanwhile, Huddersfield will face Chelsea at Wembley on Sunday for the Capital One Cup final.

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