It’s fair to say it’s been a disappointing season for Huddersfield Town.
The Terriers are languishing in the lower echelons of the Championship table, sitting in 16th place with the threat of relegation still not fully out of the question.
Jan Siewert struggled to get the Terriers going after relegation from the Premier League and he was replaced by the Cowley brothers, who initially enjoyed a decent up-turn in form.
However, ultimately the club are still in a perilous position and will need to get off to a good start when or if the 2019/20 season resumes.
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One player who was a regular starter, certainly earlier on in the season, was goalkeeper Kamil Grabara.
The Polish 21-year-old joined the Yorkshire club on loan for the season from Liverpool, and has since gone on to make 28 Championship appearances.
Though, Grabara found game-time harder to get since the arrival of Jonas Lossl on loan from Everton in January.
Grabara has enjoyed an up and down season at Huddersfield and he has become the topic of a debate from fans of the club on social media, with Twitter account Terriers HQ asking this question: ‘From what you have seen so far, if the option was there, would you take Kamil Grabara on a permanent deal next season?’
And, judging by the responses it seemed the majority of these Terriers fans would not want the club to pursue another agreement with Liverpool for Grabara….
— shel (@shelchenko) May 12, 2020
No. Not terribly impressed with him tbh
— Crawf (@CrawfordHowe) May 12, 2020
No give the young lad @RyanSchofield_ the number 1 shirt
— DS!! (@daveswithy) May 13, 2020
— kristianwhitehead (@whites29) May 12, 2020
Bang average, no future at Liverpool either.
— Donis Kebab (@DonisKebab) May 12, 2020
In a word, no.
— Daniel Stevanato (@Stevros1988) May 12, 2020
Personally I would look to get an experienced keeper in, if possible for one season to allow Ryan Schofieid a further season to develop with a view to him being our number one the season after next providing sufficient progress has been made with his development
— Me (@Me62991127) May 12, 2020
No, need to move away from being a place where Premier League teams see if their young keepers will make it or not.
— Miles_d (@miles_dixon6) May 12, 2020
No dont think so, not been standout for me, lossl so much more assured and commanding
— John Langley (@johnlan78264941) May 12, 2020
Premier League ego and a League 1 ability
Opposite to Danny Ward
— Htafc Dreams (@htafcdreams) May 12, 2020
No! Will probably be released by Liverpool and join a league two side. I rate Coleman and scholfield ahead of him
— cathal guckian (@GuckianCathal) May 12, 2020
If we didn't have lossl as the no1 again, then yes.
— Wayne Gallagher (@thesource65) May 12, 2020
When you need someone to fight to keep us in the championship hes just not what you want, he may get better but you need experience not a newbie
— mark htafc whitaker AcertSal (@mwwhtafc81) May 12, 2020
No. I would rather Schofield have a crack in the first team. But ideally would like someone with some experience as number 1.
— YorkshirePundit (@YorkshirePundit) May 12, 2020
Playing devils advocate he’s a young keeper has and will make mistakes but I’d take him back
— traindriver_al (@mr_shooter) May 12, 2020