Sam Allardyce has spoken.
Since their relegation from the Premier League, things haven’t improved much for Huddersfield Town. And when we say that, what we mean is their return to the second-tier has been utterly miserable.
Sat in joint-last place in the Championship and already one manager down for the season, having sacked former boss Jan Siewert, who was admittedly a bizarre appointment in the first place, the Terriers needed a hero (or two).
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Fortunately, that’s just what they’ve been given in the form of dynamic duo Danny Cowley and his brother, Nicky.
The former Lincoln Town men will inherit Siewert’s faltering squad and attempt to guide them towards their first victory of the season when they meet Sheffield Wednesday this weekend.
The Owls have only recently appointed a new boss themselves, ex-Birmingham man Garry Monk, so this could be a tasty affair.
Speaking to talkSPORT, rescue mission specialist Allardyce reacted to the John Smith Stadium new boys…
“It’s well deserved.” ?
“They’ve turned to some experience of knowing the lower divisions.”
“Hopefully they can get back to the Premier League if they can make some shrewd purchases.” ?
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) September 10, 2019
Positive sounding stuff from Big Sam.