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30 March 2018

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Christopher Schindler previews Town’s match against Newcastle United

- Schindler looks ahead to Newcastle United vs Town
- Defender on increased focus in training
- Subscribe to #HTTV+ for the full 11-minute interview

“This match is crucial for us” admitted Christopher Schindler ahead of Huddersfield Town’s Premier League match against Newcastle United.

The defender spoke to #HTTV prior to the match against the Magpies, revealing that he has seen a stronger focus in training since the players have returned from the international break.

Schindler went on to explain what the mood is like in the camp and what he expects from Newcastle United.

The centre-back revealed that he had a similar fight for survival at his former club 1860 Munich, discussing what he learned from that and how he can use that to use his teammates.

‘Schindy’ went on to admit how important he believes this game to be, how vital the first goal could be and that these are the kind of games that professional footballers live for.

When speaking about the Newcastle United match Christopher Schindler explained:

“We know this team and I know it now as well because I’ve played it three times.

“When they play at home they can play at there best, but they could also get nervous, because when things don’t go in their favour they can feel the crowd getting nervous; that’s what we need to use.

“They have a good team, like every team in the Premier League, and they’re really well organised so it’s going to be tough to get opportunities. We have to be clinical when we get them.

“We have to keep them quiet for as long as we can and put them under pressure, so we can get a vital three points.

“This is a crucial game and a crucial fixture for them and for us. We will see after this game who has the better result and position in the table.”

You can watch clips from Christopher Schindler’s interview below on #HTTV!

If you subscribe to #HTTV+ by clicking here you can listen to the defender’s full 11-minute interview.

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