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2 February 2015

Crooks and Sinnott leave Huddersfield Town

Huddersfield Town has today agreed to terminate the contracts of players Matt Crooks and Jordan Sinnott by mutual consent.

Both players’ contracts were due to expire on 30 June, but they have been allowed to leave now in order to secure a future at other clubs in advance of the summer.

Versatile 21 year-old Crooks made one appearance for the First Team, starting the opening day home defeat to AFC Bournemouth. During his time with the Club he has gained First Team experience on loan at FC Halifax Town, Radcliffe Borough and this season Hartlepool United and Accrington Stanley.

Sinnott, who will shortly turn 21, made two starts and three substitute appearances for Town’s First Team spanning the last three seasons and has also supplemented his experience via loan spells at Altrincham and Bury.

Huddersfield Town Manager Chris Powell commented:

“Both were due to be out of contract at the conclusion of the current season and we believe it is fair to release them now and give them every chance of securing a future at a new club.

“Matt and Jordan are both great characters to have around the training ground; they have been at the club for a number of years and came through the academy. 


“Both players leave with our best wishes.”

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