Mark Hudson retires from playing duties

Huddersfield Town club captain Mark Hudson has decided to call it a day on his playing career and move into the Town coaching setup under the guidance of manager David Wagner. The 35-year-old central defender joined the Terriers in 2014 and went on to make 109 appearances for the club. Helping turn the Club's fortunes around Hudson began his transition to coaching in April 2016, signing a three-year contract with Town. This allowed him to make the move during the contract and now he is currently studying for his UEFA A coaching licence. David Wagner told @htafcdotcom, "I’m very happy that Mark is becoming part of my backroom staff." “From my first day in England, Mark has been one of the biggest positives. He is a huge influence in our dressing room, a total professional with a winning mentality, and that was why securing his future to Huddersfield Town was so important last April." Wagner added,...
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