Young Terriers travel to South Yorkshire in the EFL Youth Alliance League
- Huddersfield Town Under-19s play on Saturday 1 October 2022
- George Danaher’s side travel to Rotherham United in the EFL Youth Alliance
- 11am kick-off at Sheffield Hallam University
The Huddersfield Town Under-19s are back in action on Saturday 1 October, when they travel to play Rotherham United in the EFL Youth Alliance League at 11am.
The Young Terriers will continue their EFL Youth Alliance League run against Rotherham United on Saturday 1 October, 11am kick off, with the game taking place at The Graham Solley Sports Development Centre at Sheffield Hallam University (Bawtry Road, Sheffield, S9 1UA).
The youngsters will be looking to get back into winning ways in their game against Rotherham United this weekend after their 4-2 away defeat against Lincoln City last weekend.
George Danaher’s side will be in the all-black away kit and yellow ‘keeper kit for this fixture.
Supporters can attend the 11am kick-off at Sheffield Hallam University on Saturday free of charge!
Joseph Johnson previewed Saturday’s game:
Johnson started by discussing how he has found the season so far.
“The season has been very good so far performing with the Under-19s.
“Obviously I was injured at the start, but I have come back stronger, and I am playing well, we’ve had a couple of wins so far and I’m looking forward to getting more.”
The 17-year-old then spoke about his experience playing with the B Team against Wrexham during the week.
“I was delighted to start and be involved in that game, even though I was playing out of position.
“I thought my individual performance was good – we were solid at the back and supportive going forward, I had a couple of chances as well.
“I was happy to get 60 minutes in for my B Team debut and then to carry on training with the B Team this week has been great.”
Joseph then looked forward to the game against Rotherham United and the goals he has set for himself this season.
“Tomorrow is going to be a very difficult game – I remember last season we had two defeats and the game at home we played really well but conceded some silly goals and obviously this year we want to change that and get the win.
“We know they are going to be dangerous in the air, so we are going to be on our game to try and prevent that from happening.
“I’m looking forward to the Youth Cup, I was involved last season but I want us to get further this season and my personal target are to try and push myself more in the B Team.”
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