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22 August 2019

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Schindler’s first-hand account of the penalty that promoted Town to the Premier League

- Purchase The Terrier against Reading for just £3.50
- 84-pages of exclusive interviews and content
- Schindy discusses the penalty that sealed Town’s promotion

In this week’s edition of The Terrier we spoke to Club Captain Christopher Schindler about the penalty that sealed promotion for Huddersfield Town in 2017.

With the scores level after 120 minutes at Wembley, Town and Reading had to settle for a penalty shoot-out. Schindler scored the winning penalty and he reveals all his thoughts and emotions on the day.

In the newly-styled featured player piece, the Captain explains that his decision to take the decisive spot-kick came down to his gut feeling.

“I had never taken a penalty before in professional football, but I felt straight away when the final whistle was blown that I should take one. I can’t explain why, it was just instinct.

“It’s hard to describe the walk to the penalty spot, but I just told myself ‘do it, just do it’.

“I remember seeing my wife and she said: “Are you absolutely crazy? Why would you take a penalty?” There were tears in her eyes and she had a huge smile on her face.”

You can read the full interview with Schindy if you purchase a copy of The Terrier when we face Reading this Saturday. We also spoke to Colin Quaner on his all-time favourite shirts and Karlan Grant shares his pre-match playlist!

Make sure you know everything about our opponents, Reading. We explore some of Manager José Gomes’ milestones to date and study some of the key players in The Royals’ squad!

There’s plenty more on offer in this week’s programme, we have all the information you need on Town’s Women’s Team and updates on the Club’s Academy sides as well as much more!

You can purchase a copy of the programme from around the John Smith’s Stadium and in the Club Shop.

The programme, printed by ACA Creative, will cost £3.50 for 84-pages of exclusive Town content ahead of the 3pm kick-off at the John Smith’s Stadium.

Limited tickets are still available for the game against Reading, CLICK HERE to buy yours!

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