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7 November 2017

16 members of David Wagner’s First Team squad travel to Marbella

- HTAFC’s Marbella squad list has been confirmed
- 16 First Team players travel for the camp
- Seven First Team players are away on international duty

Huddersfield Town’s squad has been confirmed for the international break training camp in Marbella.

16 members of David Wagner’s First Team squad have travelled for the international break training camp in Marbella, Spain.

Seven members of the First Team squad are away on international duty including Ryan Schofield, Jonas Lössl, Mathias Zanka, Aaron Mooy, Danny Williams, Laurent Depoitre and Steve Mounié. You can find out when each player could feature for their country over the course of the break by clicking HERE.

Michael Hefele (Achilles), Jon Stanković (knee) and Philip Billing (ankle) all stayed at home to focus on recovering from their respective injuries, whilst Jonathan Hogg hasn’t travelled due to family commitments.

Youngsters Luke Mewitt, Regan Booty and Lewis O’Brien also joined the squad to take part in the training camp with Joe Lolley joining up with the squad in Marbella over the next few days having turned out and scored for the Under-23s in their 3-3 PDL draw at Burnley on Monday.

Here’s the full squad list for the training camp in Marbella:

13. Joel Coleman
28. Rob Green
Under-18. Luke Mewitt

2. Tommy Smith
3. Scott Malone
14. Martin Cranie
15. Chris Löwe
26. Christopher Schindler
33. Florent Hadergjonaj

4. Dean Whitehead
11. Abdelhamid Sabiri
17. Rajiv van La Parra
18. Joe Lolley
22. Tom Ince
45. Kasey Palmer
Under-23. Regan Booty
Under-23. Lewis O’Brien

9. Elias Kachunga
23. Collin Quaner

To see images from DAY ONE in Marbella click here or for DAY TWO click here!

You can also watch a video from day two in Marbella below via #HTTV!

You can get updates from Town’s trip to Marbella via our various social media platforms detailed below:

Snapchat: htafcsnap

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