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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH ERIK DURM IN THE TERRIER

20 October 2018

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Copies of Town’s match day programme ‘The Terrier’ are available for just £3.50

- Pick up your copy of The Terrier ahead of the Liverpool match
- 84 pages of exclusive interviews and content
- Exclusive insight into the friendship between David Wagner and Jürgen Klopp

Make sure you pick up a copy of The Terrier on your way into the John Smith’s Stadium for this weekend’s Premier League fixture against Liverpool.

Erik Durm is this week’s main player feature, opening up about THAT conversation with Jürgen Klopp that turned him from striker to full-back. He praised the now-Liverpool Manager for making him the player he is today as well as detailing what it felt like to win the FIFA World Cup.

Midfielder Aaron Mooy tells us what he’s watching on Netflix in the ‘Past, Future, Present’ feature, and Jonathan Hogg gives us his opinion on who the best dancer in the squad is in ‘My Teammates’.

The Terrier includes a feature on the Wilson Walk, which saw over 160 Huddersfield Town supporters take on challenging weather condition to raise money for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and the Alzheimer’s society. The walk paid homage to late HTAFC legend Ray Wilson MBE.

This week’s Terrier also gives you more information about the Huddersfield Edition of Monopoly, the newly-launched Pedal for Pounds 10 with Made By Cooper: The Chairman’s Choice ride and details about tomorrow’s fireworks spectacular!

Not only this, but former Liverpool defender and pundit, Stephen Warnock, gives an insight into what Town might face against Jürgen Klopp’s side.

There will also be the usual columns from Head Coach David Wagner, Chairman Dean Hoyle and Captain Tommy Smith.

You can purchase a copy of the programme from around the John Smith’s Stadium, the Stadium Superstore and from the PPG Canalside Fanzone.

The programme, printed by Ignition, will cost £3.50 for 84 pages of exclusive Town content ahead of the 5.30pm kick-off at the John Smith’s Stadium.


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