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David Wagner Signs New Huddersfield Contract

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Huddersfield head coach David Wagner has signed a three-year contract extension with Huddersfield.

Great news for them, as I reckon his tactical nous at times is the main reason they stayed up last season.

They seemed to really struggle in terms of ability, so result to defensive minded, crap football and dirty tackling against almost every team. The sooner them, Bournemouth and Watford drop the better.

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I think they'll go this season along with Cardiff and Southampton.

Wonder if he could do what Sean Dyche at Burnley though. Even if they go down, build some kind of legacy there and Huddersfield remain faithful to him. 

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24 minutes ago, Stan said:

I think they'll go this season along with Cardiff and Southampton.

Wonder if he could do what Sean Dyche at Burnley though. Even if they go down, build some kind of legacy there and Huddersfield remain faithful to him. 

Southampton won't go. They just hired a shite manager in Pellegrino and whilst Hughes isn't much better, they will sack him in time if things get too hot. The squad that they have is capable of flirting with a top-half finish and not the bottom three. 

Huddersfield and Cardiff will struggle and we've all just got to hope that West Ham join them. The London Bowl in the Championship is something that everyone needs to see.

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West Ham won't drop under Pellegrini. Huddersfield need to invest in more creativity to have a chance. 

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1 hour ago, Mantis Toboggan M.D. said:

West Ham won't drop under Pellegrini. Huddersfield need to invest in more creativity to have a chance. 

I know, such a shame. 

Agree about Huddersfield too, they really need to kick on.

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