Date: 13th November 2009 at 2:21pm
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Having been asked by Terrier24, the editor of Vital Huddersfield, to answer a few questions on his site ahead of Saturday’s game, I thought it only fair that he return the compliment.


1)How long have you supported Huddersfield Town and why?

‘Ever since I can remember. They are my local team and whilst everyone at school grew up supporting the glory teams, I have always followed Town.’

2)How is your season going so far, and where will you finish?

‘We are on a massive high at the moment and once the away form is sorted we will be right up at the top of the table and will hopefully win promotion.’

3)Who is your danger man/ star player ?

‘We have so many to choose from nowadays, but Pilkington is back on top of his game and is really too good for this division when he’s on song as is Rhodes and Roberts.’

4)Who is your weakest link?

‘It’s not really a player. Silly mistakes in defence have cost us a few times this season, but we seem to be ironing those out.’

5)Who do you think will be Huddersfield Town’s top scorer this season?

‘Without a doubt Jordan Rhodes. Ipswich made a big mistake letting him go.’

6)Which teams in your opinion will gain promotion this season?

‘Its going to be a fight to the end but I think It will be between, Norwich, Charlton, Leeds, Southampton, Mk Dons and Huddersfield. ‘

7) Which one player from Wycombe would you most like to see on your team and why?

‘No offence but no one really, I couldn’t see any of them getting into our side.’

8) And Finally what score do you predict for Saturdays game?

‘I’d have to say a 4-0 home win for The Terriers. We are on fire at the moment with one of the best goal scoring records in the division, coming up against one of the worst defences. Or maybe it has 0-0 written all over it!’


My thanks to Terrier24 for his contribution. It seems he doesn’t give us much chance tomorrow and on paper you can see why – But you never know!

 

3 Replies to “A Terrier’s views ahead of the Wycombe game”

  • Wigan fan in peace. I can’t see beyond a Huddersfield win but the Terriers have frailties and if Wycombe play Town on one of those days, Wycombe could profit and there’s just as much at stake for Wycombe as there is for Town. On second thought, I think it’ll be 1-1.

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