Hefele describes his relationship with the fans- GUAH on sale against Wigan Athletic
- Available around the ground for £3
- Main player interview with defender Michael Hefele
Huddersfield Town’s official match day magazine, Give Us An H, will be on sale around the John Smith’s Stadium this evening, for Town’s Sky Bet Championship match against Wigan Athletic.
Give Us An H will be on sale at the John Smith’s Stadium ahead of Town’s match at 7.45pm against Wigan Athletic.
The programme, printed by O Publishing, contains 84 pages of exclusive features and Club news for Town fans to enjoy for just £3.
The main feature of the programme is with Town defender Michael Hefele who discusses his relationship with the fans and where his iconic lion celebration came from and the front cover features Town’s current longest serving player Sean Scannell in action.
The special features include programme notes from Head Coach David Wagner, Chairman Dean Hoyle and Chief Executive Julian Winter who talks about the importance of the club engaging itself with the supporters.
Club Ambassador Andy Booth discusses Pedal 4 Pounds 8 which is also known this year as the ‘Wagner Way’ following the success of the ‘Shankly Tour’ last season. The ride will begin in Dortmund and end in Huddersfield.
Mark Hudson’s Captain’s Column tell fans about the Marbella training camp, how the players bond as a group and also gives his thoughts after the Cardiff City match.
The Academy pages give fans more of an insight into how it is changing to develop players for the First Team, whilst also providing you with stats from their seasons so far.
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 Wigan Athletic, look no further than GUAH; there are several pages featuring the ones to look out for in the opposing squad, a history of the club and a look at former Manchester United U23s Coach now Latics Manager Warren Joyce.
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