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11 May 2018

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11 May 2018

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David Wagner speaks to #HTTV ahead of Arsenal

- David Wagner previews Arsenal match
- Head Coach on celebratory atmosphere
- Subscribe to #HTTV+ to watch the full press conference

“All the supporters can party and be in celebration mode” said Huddersfield Town Head Coach David Wagner ahead of Sunday’s Premier League game against Arsenal.

When speaking to the media ahead of the Club’s final match of the season, Town’s Head Coach explained that the only thing that will be different ahead of this weekend’s match is that Town will take no chances with players with knocks.

David Wagner explained that he is delighted that Town can play against Arsenal with freedom and thought it was great for the supporters to have a party atmosphere in the stands.

Wagner admitted that he loves the Huddersfield Town supporters, whilst praising them for the impact they’ve had on his team this season.

Town’s Head Coach also went on to discuss Dean Whitehead moving into a coaching role, how he felt after the final whistle at Stamford Bridge and revealed that the Town players and staff will perform a guard of honour for Arsène Wenger.

When discussing the Arsenal match, Huddersfield Town Head Coach David Wagner commented:

“We are now so happy to play at home against Arsenal, Arsène Wenger’s last game in the Premier League, with the absolute freedom we have.

“Our supporters can be in party and celebration mood even before the first whistle, this will be an outstanding and extraordinary atmosphere for sure as well, for them and for all of us.

“I can’t wait to spend this afternoon with our supporters.”

You can watch clips below from the press conference on #HTTV!

Subscribe to #HTTV+ to listen to Wagner’s full press conference by clicking here.

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