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10 December 2016

Kasey Palmer reviews his loan spell so far

- GUAH on sale against Bristol City
- Available around the ground for £3   
- Main player interview with Kasey Palmer

Huddersfield Town’s official match day magazine, Give Us An H, will be on sale this afternoon ahead of Town’s Sky Bet Championship match against Bristol City.

GUAH, will be available at both the John Smith’s Stadium and the Club’s PPG Canalside training ground before the Terriers’ match against the Robins; 3pm kick-off.

For just £3 you can pick up a copy of the 84 page GUAH, printed by O Publishing, which includes exclusive features and interviews from inside the Club.

This week’s main interview feature is with attacking midfielder Kasey Palmer who gives the lowdown on Bristol City striker Tammy Abraham, while also discussing how much he’s enjoyed his loan spell at the Club so far. The front cover of the programme amplifies this as it shows Kasey celebrating with Sean Scannell after scoring on his debut.

As usual the programme includes notes from Head Coach David Wagner, Chairman Dean Hoyle and this week’s director’s view includes a column from Non-Executive Director Roger Burnley who gives his view on the season so far.

Club Ambassador Andy Booth and Mark Hudson both reflect on the hospital visit earlier this week, while the Town legend also recalls a game against Bristol City where Peter Jackson was sent to the stands for an altercation with now Bristol City Head Coach Lee Johnson.

This week’s edition also includes an interview with fans favourite Wayne Allison (above). Otherwise known as ‘Chief’, the striker looks back at his time at both clubs including the Great Escape with Town in the 1997/98 season.

The Academy pages delve into the reasons behind the decision to send so many youngsters out on loan and includes an interview feature with Cedwyn Scott, who has scored 15 goals in 15 games for Tony Carss’ Under-18s.

There are plenty of other features as well to keep you interested including a junior section to keep our young Terriers entertained before kick-off.

If you want the lowdown on Bristol City, look no further than GUAH; there are several pages featuring the players to look out for in the opposing squad, a history of the club and a look at Head Coach Lee Johnson.

Tickets are still available for today's game from just £15 for adults; click here to buy!

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