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14 September 2018

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In-depth feature on how Philip Billing rose through the Huddersfield Town Academy

- Exclusive feature on Huddersfield Town’s Philip Billing
- Find out how the Danish midfielder progressed with the Terriers
- Comments from Billing’s teammates and coaches

After joining Huddersfield Town at the age of 16, Philip Billing has progressed through the Club’s Academy into the First Team, but how? The #HTTV cameras found out!

Following a successful one-week trial period with Town, Phil moved 950 miles from his homeland to Yorkshire, away from his family and friends for a chance of playing football in England.

The 6’ 4” central midfielder developed through the Terriers’ Academy after working very closely with the coaches before making his First Team debut in a 2-0 defeat to Leicester City on 26 April 2014.

From there Phil went from strength to strength and worked his way into the First Team squad.

The Denmark Under-21 international has started every game for David Wagner’s side in the Premier League so far during the 2018/19 season and scored in the 1-1 draw with Everton.

To find out the true story of how Phil developed at Huddersfield Town, #HTTV interviewed the midfielder exclusively, whilst also speaking to Mathias Zanka, Mark Hudson, Tony Carss (former coach) and Karen Crosland (Town’s Head of Safeguarding) to find out more about him.

You can watch the in-depth feature for FREE below on #HTTV!

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