Huddersfield Town, with immediate effect, said goodbye to manager David Wagner. The German American, after extensive mutual consultations, decided that it was better to say goodbye to each other, The Terriers announced on Monday in the official channel on Monday night.
Under the leadership of Wagner, appointed in 2015, Huddersfield Town was first promoted to the Premier League in 2017: playoff against Jaap Stam won after fines. The club started with Rajiv from La Parry on top level adventure and later won Terence Kongolo. Eventually they finished in sixteenth place, four points above the tie.
But this season wants a lot less rafts. Hailing in a downward afternoon visit to Cardiff City did not reach more than 0-0, so Huddersfield Town last mentioned. The gap with Cardiff City's "secure" is eight points.
David Wagner left as the head coach #htafc by mutual consent.
47-year-old leaves are a good step for the future of the club.
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– Huddersfield Town (@htafcdotcom) January 14, 2019