0 Have your say AS the final whistle blew at the John Smith’s Stadium on the first weekend of November to signal a hard-fought one-goal victory over West Bromwich Albion, the sense of relief among the locals was palpable. So, too, was the immense pride after Huddersfield Town had made light of playing the final half hour or so with 10 men following Christopher Schindler’s red card. Rajiv Van la Parra’s quite exquisite first-half strike had clinched all three points and the Terriers, written off almost exclusively outside the West Riding town before a ball had been kicked, were in the top half of the table.The talk was still of survival, but Huddersfield gave every impression of being a team who had acclimatised to the rarefied atmosphere of the Premier League. Then came a truly bleak midwinter as Town’s results, even allowing for welcome December victories over Brighton and Watford, went downhill faster than the bobsleigh teams at this month’s Winter Olympics. Just 12 points have been claimed from 16 games since that win over West Brom. Only the Baggies among the 20 elite clubs have taken fewer with 10, while relegation rivals such as Crystal Palace (23), West Ham… Read full this story
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