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25 February 2015

David Taylor meeting fans on Saturday

Huddersfield Town’s Club President David Taylor will part in a question and answer session with supporters ahead of Saturday’s game at Charlton Athletic. 

The Q&A session, which will start at 12.30pm, has been arranged by the southern branch of the Huddersfield Town Supporters’ Association and will take place at The Vanbrugh, 91 Colomb Street, London, SE10 9EZ.

David, who was named Club President in January 2013, became the Club’s eighth Chairman in just over a decade in January 2002 following the resignation of Barry Rubery and guided Huddersfield Town through one of the most difficult periods in its history. 
Despite his best efforts at reducing the losses of £13 million – due largely to a crippling wage bill – the Club eventually fell into Administration in March 2003.
Before that the former Batley Grammar School pupil was a long-serving Director on the Board between February 1993 and 1999, fulfilling the role of Vice Chairman for the final two years of that spell, during which time Town won promotion to Division One. 
An accountant by profession, David saw his first Town game in 1951 and still watches his Club week in, week out home and away.

If you want to make contact with the HTSA’s southern branch and get in touch with fans in your area, please email Alternatively, give them a follow on Twitter @Southn_Terriers

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