22 year-old ‘keeper joins Sky Bet League 1 side
- Luke Coddington signs for Northampton Town
- 22 year-old ‘keeper joins Sky Bet League 1 side
- Coddington made 15 appearances for Town’s U23s last season
Luke Coddington has today departed Huddersfield Town and completed a permanent move to Sky Bet League 1 side Northampton Town.
The goalkeeper has left the Club to join Northampton Town on a free transfer. However, Town does have a future sell-on fee agreed with the Sky Bet League 1 side.
Luke joined Huddersfield Town on a free transfer on 1 July 2016 after his contract expired at Sky Bet Championship club Middlesbrough.
The 22 year-old ‘keeper was part of David Wagner’s squad last season but never made a First Team appearance for the Club.
During his year with the Terriers he spent a short loan spell at Vanarama National League side AFC Wrexham and made fifteen appearances for Frankie Bunn’s Under-23s.
Luke started in the Under-23s’ opening game of the Professional Development League as the young Terriers were beaten 4-0 by Millwall.