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21 February 2017

Exclusive features and interviews in this week's GUAH

- GUAH on sale against Reading
- Available around the ground for £3   
- Exclusive interview with Martin Cranie

Huddersfield Town’s official match day magazine, Give Us An H, is on sale ahead of today’s Sky Bet Championship match against Reading.

Copies of GUAH will be available from both the John Smith’s Stadium and PPG Canalside ahead of Town’s match at 7.45pm against the Royals.

The programme, printed by Ignition, will contain 84 pages of exclusive features and Club news for Town fans to enjoy for just £3.

Martin Cranie is the main feature (above) of this week’s GUAH, as the defender reveals why he decided to sign a new contract with the Club. He also discusses who he believes are the best and worst dancers in the squad.

The front cover of the programme has a roaring Michael Hefele doing his iconic claw celebration. Equally like the Manchester City GUAH the match-day programme includes notes from Head Coach David Wagner, Chairman Dean Hoyle and also a column from Head of Football Operations Stuart Webber (below).

A Captain’s Column from Mark Hudson is also included, whilst the Under-23s page delves into the life of loanee Fraser Horsfall, who recently extended his stay at Stalybridge Celtic.

Ex-Town and Reading defender Dave Sutton recalled similarities between the Mick Buxton side he played in and David Wagner’s First Team, in an exclusive interview with Give Us An H and there’s plenty to keep the young Terriers entertained before kick-off in the junior section!

If you want the lowdown on today’s opponents Reading, look no further than GUAH (above); there are several pages featuring the ones to look out for in the opposing squad, a history of the Club and a look at Manager Jaap Stam.

Look out for a seller near you around the ground tomorrow, or visit the Stadium Superstore pre-match!

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

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