Premier League 2018/2019: Huddersfield – Preview, Squad, and Signings

Premier League 2018/2019: Huddersfield – Preview, Squad, and Signings

Huddersfield, the small club with big ambitions will for the second season reign in the Premier League. The clubs season last year impressed many but will the club be able to stay up this year with the improved competition or will the club be a victim of the second-season syndrome?

Many didn’t think much of Huddersfield Town last season when they were promoted last season. The extremely small club by Premier League standard debuted in the top flight in British football. With their eccentric manager Wagner the team, at least at the beginning of the season, impressed a lot. The team barely made it in the end but still, here they are and are going to fight to stay up once again.

In relations to their signings, Huddersfield is, like last season buy more quantity than quality. Erik Durm from Borussia Dortmund will be an interesting signing who will provide the club with experience and professionalism. Ramadan Sobhi, the Egyptian international arrived from newly relegated Stoke City will also be an improvement. Hopefully, he will get more time to shine in Huddersfield than he did in Stoke. The team didn’t lose any of their crucial players but the absence of Tom Ince and Scott Malone could hurt the team in the long run.

But sadly for Huddersfield, the two season curse will not be on their side this time around. The team is not strong enough and it will be as many thinks, the team will be relegated and might even end up last.

Predictions: 20th

Huddersfield’s transfers :


Ben Hamer (Leicester) Free
Terence Kongolo (Monaco)
Ramadan Sobhi (Stoke)
Juninho Bacuna (Groningen)
Jonas Lossl (Mainz)
Erik Durm (Borussia Dortmund)
Adama Diakhaby (Monaco)
Isaac Mbenza (Montpellier) Loan


Dean Whitehead (retired)
Robert Green (Chelsea) Free
Jack Boyle (released)
Denilson Carvalho (released)
Dylan Cogill (released)
Luca Colville (released)
Cameron Taylor (released)
Jack Payne (Bradford City) Loan
Sean Scannell (Bradford City)
Tareiq Holmes-Dennis (Bristol Rovers)
Tom Ince (Stoke City)
Joel Coleman (Shrewsbury) Loan
Jordy Hiwula (Coventry City)
Jordan Williams (Barnsley)
Scott Malone (Derby County)
Michael Hefele (Nottingham Forest)


5,50 – Huddersfield to finish bottom

3,25 – Steve Mounie to become top scorer

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