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Tykeoldboy
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Jul 13, 2017, 9:45 PM

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Have Huddersfield ever played in Europe


Are you thinking of having a bet on them reaching Europe?


yorkieexile
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Jul 14, 2017, 8:27 AM

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I think you will find that all their games have been played in EuropeSmile


jon b
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Jul 15, 2017, 3:17 AM

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Cool


leohoenig
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Jul 15, 2017, 7:51 AM

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So they have never been on tour outside Europe?



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garethwrexy
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Jul 15, 2017, 11:14 AM

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Maybe



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FCUtdWill
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Jul 15, 2017, 11:58 AM

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So they have never been on tour outside Europe?


I don't think so, not 100% sure.



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garethwrexy
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Jul 15, 2017, 5:46 PM

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That could change



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FCUtdWill
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Jul 15, 2017, 8:28 PM

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I'd like to see us stay up this season, keeping hold of Wagner & Mooy were two big signings. Wagner's signed well again this summer, I think we could surprise a few people to be honest.



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kirby knitters
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Jul 15, 2017, 9:01 PM

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US?? Go on and bang Terriers on your teams list! Sly


FCUtdWill
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Jul 15, 2017, 9:04 PM

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I don't know if I've got room to be honest, I follow a few teams in the pyramid!



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kirby knitters
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Jul 15, 2017, 9:14 PM

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I don't know if I've got room to be honest, I follow a few teams in the pyramid!

All joking aside i reckon HT will find the going tough but can they survive? Yep sure they can, look at what Burnley achieved albeit second time around. They are similar size clubs in every way. Home form is massive for them and will be the difference between staying up or heading back to Elland Road!


FCUtdWill
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Jul 15, 2017, 9:24 PM

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I don't know if I've got room to be honest, I follow a few teams in the pyramid!

All joking aside i reckon HT will find the going tough but can they survive? Yep sure they can, look at what Burnley achieved albeit second time around. They are similar size clubs in every way. Home form is massive for them and will be the difference between staying up or heading back to Elland Road!


I'll take 17th and staying up on better goal difference come the end of May, after all we won promotion with a negative goal difference! Yeah, I agree with you on the home form, it was key last season. Although I don't go to any games, I don't want to go back to Elland Road!



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kirby knitters
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Jul 15, 2017, 9:30 PM

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I don't know if I've got room to be honest, I follow a few teams in the pyramid!

All joking aside i reckon HT will find the going tough but can they survive? Yep sure they can, look at what Burnley achieved albeit second time around. They are similar size clubs in every way. Home form is massive for them and will be the difference between staying up or heading back to Elland Road!


I'll take 17th and staying up on better goal difference come the end of May, after all we won promotion with a negative goal difference! Yeah, I agree with you on the home form, it was key last season. Although I don't go to any games, I don't want to go back to Elland Road!

Won't really be a problem if you don't go to any games. I got you to put HT on teams, just get shot of FCUM now.


FCUtdWill
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Jul 15, 2017, 9:50 PM

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I don't know if I've got room to be honest, I follow a few teams in the pyramid!

All joking aside i reckon HT will find the going tough but can they survive? Yep sure they can, look at what Burnley achieved albeit second time around. They are similar size clubs in every way. Home form is massive for them and will be the difference between staying up or heading back to Elland Road!


I'll take 17th and staying up on better goal difference come the end of May, after all we won promotion with a negative goal difference! Yeah, I agree with you on the home form, it was key last season. Although I don't go to any games, I don't want to go back to Elland Road!

Won't really be a problem if you don't go to any games. I got you to put HT on teams, just get shot of FCUM now.


They are my main team I support but I have to admit I followed Town a lot more last season, and probably will again this season, but will always support non-league football!



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scottywalds
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Jul 16, 2017, 11:26 AM

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I don't know if I've got room to be honest, I follow a few teams in the pyramid!

All joking aside i reckon HT will find the going tough but can they survive? Yep sure they can, look at what Burnley achieved albeit second time around. They are similar size clubs in every way. Home form is massive for them and will be the difference between staying up or heading back to Elland Road!


I'll take 17th and staying up on better goal difference come the end of May, after all we won promotion with a negative goal difference! Yeah, I agree with you on the home form, it was key last season. Although I don't go to any games, I don't want to go back to Elland Road!

Won't really be a problem if you don't go to any games. I got you to put HT on teams, just get shot of FCUM now.

I suppose you'll be demanding he changes his name, too?


kirby knitters
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Jul 16, 2017, 2:27 PM

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I don't know if I've got room to be honest, I follow a few teams in the pyramid!

All joking aside i reckon HT will find the going tough but can they survive? Yep sure they can, look at what Burnley achieved albeit second time around. They are similar size clubs in every way. Home form is massive for them and will be the difference between staying up or heading back to Elland Road!


I'll take 17th and staying up on better goal difference come the end of May, after all we won promotion with a negative goal difference! Yeah, I agree with you on the home form, it was key last season. Although I don't go to any games, I don't want to go back to Elland Road!

Won't really be a problem if you don't go to any games. I got you to put HT on teams, just get shot of FCUM now.

I suppose you'll be demanding he changes his name, too?

Nothing wrong with the name Will.


Tykeoldboy
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Aug 12, 2017, 8:53 PM

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A good start to Huddersfield's PL campaign which sees them top of the table. I hope their season doesn't mirror that of Carlisle in 1974/75.


kirby knitters
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Aug 12, 2017, 9:03 PM

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A good start to Huddersfield's PL campaign which sees them top of the table. I hope their season doesn't mirror that of Carlisle in 1974/75.

FFS Tykeoldboy. You started this thread and it's been a dream journey for the club ever since! If they win the next two then hit panic mode.Sly


FCUtdWill
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Aug 13, 2017, 12:10 PM

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A good start to Huddersfield's PL campaign which sees them top of the table. I hope their season doesn't mirror that of Carlisle in 1974/75.

FFS Tykeoldboy. You started this thread and it's been a dream journey for the club ever since! If they win the next two then hit panic mode.Sly


I saw the game yesterday, Palace were shocking, Huddersfield were the much better team. Lössl was outstanding all game, Mounié proving he's a class player in both attack and defence, no-one had a bad game.

I've already taken a screenshot of the table!



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yorkieexile
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Aug 13, 2017, 5:05 PM

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Looking back, last season Hull City topped the table for longer than Tottenham (who never topped the table), and looking back much further, I believe Carlisle United topped the table early on in their one and only season in the top flight.

But, better to be top than bottom, even after only 1 gameSmile


derekn
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Aug 13, 2017, 5:53 PM

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Already off the top!


FCUtdWill
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Aug 13, 2017, 6:55 PM

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Looking back, last season Hull City topped the table for longer than Tottenham (who never topped the table), and looking back much further, I believe Carlisle United topped the table early on in their one and only season in the top flight.

But, better to be top than bottom, even after only 1 gameSmile


I saw someone say we were top longer than Spurs have been in the last couple of seasons.

Blackpool were top after beating Wigan 4-0 a few seasons ago.



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FCUtdWill
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Aug 13, 2017, 6:56 PM

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Already off the top!


Still in the Champions League places though Wink



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kirby knitters
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Aug 13, 2017, 9:41 PM

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Already off the top!


Still in the Champions League places though Wink

Leicester fans were saying the same thing and look where they ended up. Live the dream cos football is a strange and wonderful game.


jon b
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Aug 13, 2017, 11:12 PM

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A good start to Huddersfield's PL campaign which sees them top of the table. I hope their season doesn't mirror that of Carlisle in 1974/75.

FFS Tykeoldboy. You started this thread and it's been a dream journey for the club ever since! If they win the next two then hit panic mode.Sly


If Huddersfield look like they'll survive then a number of Chairmen and Managers will be looking out the brown trousers and eyeing the big red panic button.

Huddersfield were supposed to be nailed on certainties for relegation and that meant clubs only needed to find another couple of teams to finish above to stay in the top Division. But if the Terriers haven't read the script and the others are back to finding three worse than themselves …. Shocked

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