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    Match Preview: Huddersfield Town vs Liverpool

      Aidan Jones reports as David Wagner gives his thoughts on Huddersfield Town’s clash with Liverpool at the John Smith’s Stadium on Tuesday evening.   Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner believes that his side do have a chance to come out on top against his good friend Jürgen Klopp and Liverpool. The Terriers go into this game at home against the Reds after just one win in seven league matches including two defeats on the bounce against West Ham and Stoke City. “Yes we have seen Liverpool beaten two times in a row and they look vulnerable at the minute. Does that mean we will be successful? No. Does it…

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    Match Review: Huddersfield Town vs Birmingham City

    Huddersfield Town 1 – 1 Birmingham City In a match which was a much anticipated win for the home side did not turn out as straight forward as was expected, as Huddersfield Town played out to a 1-1 draw with Birmingham City in the fourth round of the FA Cup. Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner said that he would “respect” the opposition for today’s Emirates FA Cup fourth round encounter against Birmingham City and did so with a reasonably strong side to face the Blues. It was a slow start to what was a much dominating first half performance from the hosts Huddersfield Town. That was soon to change when Florent…

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    Match Preview: Huddersfield Town vs Birmingham City

      Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner states that the aim for the FA Cup this season is to go as far as possible, but does know that performance levels need to be at their best. The Terriers go into the Emirates FA Cup fourth round fixture at home to Championship strugglers Birmingham City. “The FA Cup is a great competition and we want to be involved for as long as we can; for his we have to perform to be successful.” Wagner said. Wagner reiterated that the priority for the team is the league but he would not let that get in the way of this weekends game in the…

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    Jamie Livingston: ‘Some Photos of That Day’.

    Jamie Livingston. If that’s not a name you recognise , it soon will be. Livingston may not have been remembered to the magnitude of Andy Warhol or Giovanni Versace around the world, but there are so many reasons why this American photographer should be. Livingston, a cinematographer from New York, decided to embark on a project that had no deadline; the project was untitled , and involved him taking a Polaroid photograph as a memory of each day of his life. He did this for the best part of two decades before ever so sadly passing away in 1997. The collection captures every personal and, at times, private elements of his life,…

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    Match Preview: Everton v Huddersfield

    Aidan Jones visits PPG Canalside to gauge the reaction of Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner ahead of the Terriers’ visit to Everton on Saturday. After three consecutive defeats, Huddersfield Town will be looking to change the fortunes around tomorrow when they face an Everton side who picked up a rare 4-0 victory mid week. David Wagner has admitted some of the defeats have not come as a surprise, saying he expected his side to lose games in the Premier League.   “It should not be a surprise to people for Huddersfield Town to concede defeats in the Premier League. It is not what we like and not what we want but…

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    Kazoopa Festival, Leeds, 25.11.17

    After the success of last year’s event, Double Denim Live brought their inner city, multi-venue Kazoopa Festival back to Leeds, but bigger and even better than last year’s offering. Once again, organisers Mick Dolman and Chantel Littlewood make it abundantly clear that you don’t have to head to the bigger budget festivals to catch some amazing live music. Their DIY ethos still shines through, and I must commend the enormous amount of effort they put into this event. Our day begins as we trudge up to the headline venue The Lending Room to collect our wristbands. On the one hand, this is an incredible venue, but the location was a…

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    Students in Huddersfield: How does the Budget Affect You?

    This budget is on the whole, safe. It is the budget of a party preoccupied with Brexit, which lacks the capacity to undertake serious game-changing initiatives in domestic policy. The unfortunate news is that for young people and students, a game-change in Britain is sorely needed. The problems facing students and young people in Britain are well documented, job opportunities are densely packed into three or four core cities, however soaring rents and house prices mean these opportunities can’t be seized by the debt-straddled students coming out of our universities. That being said, this budget does still offer some things to young people, in a clear attempt to recapture the…

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    Match Preview: Huddersfield Town v Manchester City

    Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner and club captain Tommy Smith were both on duty for the pre-match press conference ahead of the visit of Premier League table-toppers Manchester City today. The Town boss was hopeful of his side’s chances when speaking in the press conference on Friday afternoon but was all too aware of the monumental challenge facing The Terriers this weekend. When asked whether Huddersfield could complete a “Manchester double” (after the victory against United earlier in the season) Wagner initially chuckled but wasn’t laughing off the possibility of three points. “I think the circumstance looks not that realistic, but everybody knows that in football sometimes the impossible happens.…

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    Tiggie Hawke Interview: Coffee House Sessions.

    University, song writing and captain hindsight? Tom and Chenai take a seat with the fabulously talented Tiggie Hawke to discuss more. After casually dropping out from her chemistry degree at university, but not to the dismay of her parents, Tiggie Hawke knew what she wanted to do with her life; make music and her family unit was nothing but encouraging for her. ‘I think my parents knew before me! I liked University, I enjoyed it, but some aspects weren’t for me. I knew at that point what I wanted to do at this point and I thought, well I can always go back to university later.’ Jumping from Chemistry to…

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    Match Preview: Huddersfield Town vs Bournemouth

    Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner has said that Aaron Mooy will have a late fitness test ahead of today’s game against Bournemouth after returning from international duty yesterday evening. Mooy played the full 90 minutes as Australia defeated Honduras 3-1 in Sydney to took book their place in next summer’s World Cup in Russia. The midfielder, who has featured in all of Huddersfield’s Premier League matches so far this season, arrived back in England yesterday and Wagner admits he’s unsure whether he’ll start at The Vitality Stadium. “We’ll make the decision on Sunday before the game on matchday and we see whether it makes sense if he (Mooy) starts or…