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‘I’m not crying, you are’ – Many Huddersfield Town fans react to fresh West Brom managerial news

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David Wagner looks set to return to management in English football, with West Brom closing in on the appointment of the 49-year-old.

The Baggies look set to appoint Wagner as successor to Sam Allardyce, who departed the Hawthorns at the end of last season following relegation from the Premier League.

Wagner’s task will be to replicate what he produced at Huddersfield in 2016/17, after guiding the Terriers to Premier League football for the first time in their history.

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Huddersfield exceeded many expectations that year, and it was a truly remarkable campaign for those who support the Yorkshire club.

Since leaving Huddersfield, Wagner has taken charge of Schalke, winning only 12 of his 40 games at the helm before leaving in September 2020.

West Brom are now set to appoint the German as their new manager, despite the vast majority of the board wanting to go with Chris Wilder instead.

Huddersfield fans will be eager to get back into the John Smith’s Stadium and give Wagner a warm welcome whenever they host West Brom next season.

Despite being sacked in 2018/19, he is still a popular figure at Huddersfield for the remarkable job he did, and many have reacted to the news that he is set to take the West Brom job…


Nottingham-based journalist who regularly covers Nottingham Forest home and away.

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Article title: ‘I’m not crying, you are’ – Many Huddersfield Town fans react to fresh West Brom managerial news

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