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Jobi McAnuff gives optimistic Huddersfield Town view

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Jobi McAnuff has stated that he thinks that the Cowleys (Danny and Nicky) will definitely get things right at Huddersfield Town.

Danny Cowley took over as manager of the Terriers last week, but faced defeat in his first match in charge as Sheffield Wednesday cruised to a 2-0 victory.

Huddersfield have failed to win a Championship fixture in their opening seven games and sit deep in the midst of a relegation battle.

McAnuff has stated that they need results quickly to turn things around, but trusts the duo to be able to do it up in Yorkshire.

Speaking to the EFL Podcast, McAnuff said: “They’re very meticulous in what they do, and in their methods of coaching. I think that’ll take a bit of time in getting their different points across.

“They need those results quickly from the lads and need to get that buy-in from the boys in the squad and then they can push on.

“I think they’ll do really well and definitely get things right there. It’s just about changing the mentality of the place, they’re on a real bad run of form but with the new management group it can give the players a fresh platform to build on.”

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The Verdict

It’s one of those situations where the club is now becoming used to losing, which is just such a tough situation to get out of.

They need some inspiration and will be hoping that the Cowleys will be able to provide that. Danny Cowley stated in his first press conference that the club was in a relegation battle and he’s not wrong, but he is the man to steer them away from it.

They just need that first victory and very soon, and then they might be able to kick on from there. It’s a tough ask this weekend though, as they travel to an unbeaten West Brom side.


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