Huddersfield Town will be hoping they can finish this year’s campaign strongly under the management of Danny Cowley in the Championship.
The Terriers are currently sat 18th in the second tier standings, and are three points clear of the relegation zone heading into the final nine matches of this year’s campaign.
However, due to recent off-the-field events, any push for Championship survival has been put on hold for the time being, with no scheduled return date being put in place by the relevant authorities as of yet.
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Huddersfield have had their fair share of players that simply haven’t made the impact they would have originally hoped for in recent years.
Plenty of the club’s supporters took to social media to issue their thoughts on who they think has been the club’s worst ever signing.
Take a look at the best of the reaction from Twitter below….
Since I’ve pulled someone else’s answer apart sorry @jimmyhtfc 😁 I’d best go myself:
1. Lukas Jutkiewicz
2. Kwame Hodoutou
3. Tim Clarke
4. Scott Bevan
5. Tyrone Thompson
Looks like John Kelly was about a yr or 2 after initial loan, which I’d forgot so maybe something in that!
— Chris Rowan (@RowanChris) May 20, 2020
Terry Eccles or Gordon Tucker.laugh when some of the rubbish players we recruited are mentioned.They are all world beaters compared to these two wonderfully entertaining chaps. Eccles expressions on just missing chances😂. Tucker making every player around him look world class
— RichBas@Huddersfield2471 (@RichardBas2471) May 19, 2020
Gordon Tucker and John Kelly
— James Fryer (@jimmyhtfc) May 19, 2020
I’m sorry but for the astronomical money we paid it has to be Diakhaby and Mbenza
— Simon (@hudds75) May 20, 2020
— Htafc Dreams (@htafcdreams) May 19, 2020
Jason Davidson got a contract with us but was not actually a footballer !!!🤔😊.
— nigel mark (@truebluenig09) May 20, 2020
Wow. Good question. How about Frank Worthington.
— Parson-ona-Horse (@johnfarrow1234) May 20, 2020
Gordon Tucker closely followed by Kwami Hodouto
— Andy Mckinley (@andymckinley75) May 19, 2020
— Lee Morris (@Leemorris__) May 20, 2020
— John Simon Hoyle (@JohnsimonHoyle1) May 19, 2020