Huddersfield captain Jonathan Hogg and Levi Colwill are back in contention for the home game against Hull. Midfielder Hogg (abdominal strain) and Chelsea loanee Colwill (ankle) have both missed Town’s last two matches. Spaniard Alex Vallejo (knee) is still out and West Ham loanee Mipo Odubeko is unlikely to feature after illness.
Children at a Dewsbury school's breakfast club received a surprise visit from Huddersfield Town striker Jordan Rhodes. During his visit to Orchard Primary Academy in Chickenley, Jordan played games and chatted to children from a variety of year groups, as well as signing autographs. The school is one of 41 in Kirklees to have a breakfast club facilitated by the football club’s registered charity, the Town Foundation.
Huddersfield Town striker Jordan Rhodes made a surprise visit to Orchard Primary Academy’s breakfast club. The school is based in Chickenley, Dewsbury. It is one of 41 Kirklees schools that have a Breakfast Club supported by the football club’s registered charity – The Town Foundation.
Two two Yorkshire clubs meet at the John Smith's Stadium on Saturday afternoon in what will be the first of four away games in the next six for Grant McCann's Tigers Huddersfield Town could well be boosted by the return of Jonathan Hogg and Levi Colwill for this weekend’s visit of Hull City.
Huddersfield Town’s Head of Medical Ian Kirkpatrick has confirmed that Jordan Rhodes is slowly being reintroduced to on-field rehabilitation after sustaining a back injury earlier this season. However, a timescale for the forward’s return to action has not been listed due to the nature of his issue.
The centre forward is working on his fitness and should be back in first-team contention in November if all goes well, but where does he fit in after a fine start to the season? Jordan Rhodes’ return to Huddersfield Town this summer seemed to be a decent fit for all concerned.
The 18-year-old centre-back had been named in Lee Carsley's squad but an ankle injury that ruled him out of the last two games means he will remain at Canalside Levi Colwill has been removed from the England under-21s squad after his ankle injury ruled him out of contention. The Huddersfield Town centre-back, on loan from Chelsea, has been in impressive form in his first-ever season of senior football and has been included in Lee Carsley’s last two squads despite being just 18 years old.
Eight players were unavailable for the trip to Luton Town at the weekend while a further three players will be away on international duty over the next two weeks Terriers boss Carlos Corberan admits that injuries and international call-ups will limit the work he is able to do with his squad over the current two-week break between fixtures.
Huddersfield Town striker Danny Ward has indicated that Jordan Rhodes is stepping up his return to fitness by getting out on the grass this week. Rhodes has endured a tough return to Huddersfield so far and a back injury has kept him out since the middle of August. As this moment in time, Carlos Corberan is unable to put a return date on the 31-year-old, although Ward let slip that his teammate had taken a significant stride towards his return.
Carlos Corberan will still have the same players available to him as the past couple of games but has confirmed that winger will be sidelined for a while more yet Aaron Rowe Terriers winger Aaron Rowe faces a further three or four weeks on the sidelines with a fractured toe.
Huddersfield Town's brutal £45m estimated five-year player sale losses compared to Stoke City & more
The summer transfer window was one of the busiest we've seen in quite some time, as second-tier sides looked to secure themselves bargain deals and strengthen for the 2021/22 campaign. Huddersfield Town brought in no less than eight new players to bolster their ranks, with the likes of striker Jordan Rhodes, defender Matty Pearson and left-back Josh Ruffels all arriving at the John Smith's Stadium on permanent deals.
Much-travelled winger Kadeem Harris has joined Metalist Kharkiv on a free transfer, having left Hillsborough last summer. Wide man Kadeem Harris has explained his thinking behind his surprise switch to Metalist Kharkiv. The former Sheffield Wednesday and Cardiff City player completed his move to the Ukrainian club last night.
Experienced wide man Kadeem Harris is said to be closing in on a move to Ukrainian club Metalist Kharkiv Former Sheffield Wednesday winger Kadeem Harris is reportedly close to finalising a surprise move to the Ukraine. The 28-year-old, a free agent since leaving the Owls at the end of last season, is set to join Metalist Kharkiv, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Blackburn Rovers have had their fair share of strikers who have managed to set Ewood Park alight with their attacking displays. Simon Garner became the club’s all-time leading goal-scorer during his spell in Lancashire whilst the arrival of Alan Shearer from Southampton utterly transformed Rovers’ fortunes.
The transfer window slammed shut last week and Huddersfield Town were busy signing and offloading players this summer It proved to be a summer of transformation at Huddersfield Town as they reshuffled the pack after a rather disappointing campaign in the Championship. The Terriers brought in 10 players in the transfer market, with Jordan Rhodes proving to be the most notable as he returned to the club from Sheffield Wednesday.
Huddersfield Town host Reading FC in the Championship this weekend, as Carlos Corberan’s side aim for a third consecutive win in the league. Success against Preston North End and Sheffield United couldn’t be repeated against Everton in the League Cup during the week, but a positive performance added to the feel-good factor at the John Smith’s Stadium right now.
Huddersfield Town went out of the League Cup on Tuesday happier about the depth of their squad. The Terriers suffered the blow of losing Jordan Rhodes and Pipa for two to three months with back and hip injuries respectively, but showed against Everton they have options without them.
Red cards, injuries and wonder strikes: What happened to the players who left Sheffield Wednesday this summer?
The turnover in players at Sheffield Wednesday this summer, Darren Moore has admitted himself, has been remarkable. Including loanees, no fewer than 14 senior players left the club in the past few months, with 13 and counting coming the other way. But a few weeks into the season, how are the old boys doing at their new clubs?
A recent South Carolina transfer has landed with another SEC program. Former Gamecock offensive lineman Jordan Rhodes has transferred to play for Lane Kiffin at Ole Miss, the Rebels announced on Monday morning. Rhodes has two years of eligibility remaining and will be able to play in 2021.
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