Features on Florent Hadergjonaj, Arsène Wenger and Herbert Chapman
- Limited Arsenal programmes available in store now
- Includes an exclusive interview with Florent Hadergjonaj
- Special features on Arsène Wenger who manages his last game for Arsenal
Did you miss out on the limited edition of The Terrier from Town's Premier League game against Arsenal on Sunday? A small number are still available online and in store now!
The programme sold out at the John Smith's Stadium on match day but Huddersfield Town has ordered extra copies, which are now on sale via htafcmegastore.com and in the Club Shop.
Either call into the Stadium Superstore or order online by CLICKING HERE!
For just £3.50 you can read 84 pages of rich content from Town's final match of the Premier League season!
23 year-old Swiss full-back Florent Hadergjonaj discusses him time at Huddersfield Town so far, being named the Club’s Young Player of the Season and his hopes for this summer’s World Cup.
Doug Thomson takes an interesting look at the goings on at Town when Arsène Wenger was appointed Arsenal Manager in October 1996.
With it being Arsène Wenger’s last Premier League game in charge of the Gunners, a rare in-depth interview with former Arsenal and England striker Alan Smith is included, as he discusses the impact Arsène has had on the Club, and how he wishes he could’ve played under him.
An extended Arsenal section reflects on Arsène’s entire time at Arsenal and his 22-year career in numbers. In addition to the usual Ones to Watch, Best from the Rest features and Action from the Archives.
Sticking with the theme of managers and there is a two page spread on former Huddersfield Town and Arsenal great Herbert Chapman. The Yorkshire-born legend is known as one of the most influential, revolutionary managers of the early 20th century, winning the top-flight title with both clubs.
Two weeks after the official annual awards, Club Captain Tommy Smith gives out his own alternative awards to his teammates, whilst speaking of his pride after the Club secured its Premier League status.
The Terrier provides all the details on Pedal for Pounds, which is in association with Made By Cooper, and the four charities the 282-mile ride is raising money for.
Leigh Bromby reflects on a year of transition for the Huddersfield Town Academy, looking forward to a new structure for the 2018/19 campaign.
All this and more in your 84 page Terrier programme, for just £3.50!