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Kick off 14:00 (UK)

27 February 2024 Venue Attendance

Kick off 14:00 (UK)

Stockport County
0 - 2
Huddersfield Town
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26 February 2024

Young Terriers to play a behind-closed-doors game.

- Stockport County vs Huddersfield Town B Team
- Game taking place behind-closed-doors on Tuesday
- We’ll review the game on after full time

The Huddersfield Town B Team is back in action on Tuesday afternoon, making the journey across the Pennines to take on Stockport County.

The game will take place behind-closed-doors from 2pm, but we’ll bring you a full review of the game following the full-time whistle on

It’s the only game for the B Team this week, following on from a 2-0 defeat against a strong Burton Albion XI at St. George’s Park last week.

With Kevin Russell now a part of André Breitenreiter’s First Team coaching staff, the side will be led by Academy Coach Michael Tonge.

Check out later on Tuesday for our review!

You can support the Academy and enjoy lots of benefits through Blue & White membership – click HERE for more information!

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Match Reports


27 February 2024

Omari Mrisho and Hazeem Bakre score the goals.

- Stockport County 0-2 Huddersfield Town B
- Goals from Omari Mrisho and Hazeem Bakre
- Young Terriers could have won by more with late chances

The Huddersfield Town B Team got back to winning ways on Tuesday afternoon, winning 2-0 in a behind-closed-doors game at Stockport County.

Right back Omari Mrisho and substitute forward Hazeem Bakre scored the goals for the Young Terriers.

The first goal of the game came as early as the fifth minute, with right back Mrisho finishing excellently.

Cian Philpott won the ball inside the Stockport half before finding Omari with a reverse pass infield; he looked up for a pass, but instead spotted a gap between two defenders that he surged through before firing a fantastic shot across the goalkeeper and inside the far post.

Stockport did carry a threat at the other end but didn’t test Town goalkeeper Michael Acquah due to errant shooting from outside the penalty area and some good defending from the Young Terriers.

Acquah did have to make a save when the second half got under way, tipping a shot from inside the penalty area over the bar – defender Charles Ondo may have also played a role in deflecting the shot over.

However, the goal from substitute Bakre just after the hour mark practically settled the game in Town’s favour. The Under-19 forward had been introduced by coach Michael Tonge just five minutes earlier and finished nicely after Town’s high press paid off.

Our pressure forced a poor kick out from the home goalkeeper, and our trialist number 10 quickly found Myles Bright. The midfielder cleverly backheeled the ball into the path of Bakre, who stepped across the final defender to get on his favoured left foot inside the area before hammering the ball hard across the goalkeeper.

Town had a fair few chances after that and should have extended their lead. Bakre should have doubled his tally twice, shooting straight at the goalkeeper when well positioned in the 75th minute before firing way over after doing all the hard work in added time.

The trialist 10 should have tested the goalkeeper too but bent a shot over the crossbar when well placed inside the penalty area.

Town’s team (4-2-3-1)
Michael Acquah; Omari Mrisho, Anthony Gregory, Charles Ondo, Shane Maroodza; Trialist, Ben Midgley (c); Cian Philpott (Hazeem Bakre, 58’), Trialist, Myles Bright (Aaron Ojungu, 81’); Zak Abbott (Trialist, 50’)

Unused substitutes
Francis Hurl; Conor Falls

Town goals
Omari Mrisho (5’), Hazeem Bakre (63’)

Town booking
Ben Midgley (54’)

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