Jason Davidson leaves Huddersfield Town for Croatian side HNK Rijeka

Huddersfield Town defender Jason Davidson has left the Yorkshire club on a free transfer. The Australian 26-year-old has been out of favour with head coach David Wagner since openly critising the German and his policy to rotate players. Davidson was not happy that he was not receiving enough game time with the Terriers, expecting to see more first team play. The defender found himself on loan to the Dutch side FC Groningen last season. Since his return to the Terriers the Australian found himself still out of favour and without a squad number. Training with the under 23 side whilst Wagner confirmed there was no future for the defender in the newly promoted side, Davidson had no place and no future in Yorkshire. Arriving in Croatia on Monday to undergo a medical, the ex Socceroos player has put pen to paper and signed a three year deal with HNK Rijeka on a free...
Huddersfield will achieve a lot if the current squad togetherness is maintained, says Danny Williams

Huddersfield will achieve a lot if the current squad togetherness is maintained, says Danny Williams ByAlex Turk

The midfielder believes him and his teammates are thriving off their 'underdogs' tag....
Phil Neville suggests bigger clubs will soon come calling for Huddersfield Town's Aaron Mooy

Phil Neville suggests bigger clubs will soon come calling for Huddersfield Town's Aaron Mooy ByGlenys Furness

After impressing last season in the championship and being instrumental in Huddersfield run to promotion to the top flight, the Terriers Aaron Mooy is already creating potential interest from the "bigger" clubs...
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