Players return to the Club ahead of the busy festive period
- Four Huddersfield Town players being recalled from loans
- Rarmani Edmonds-Green, Demeaco Duhaney, Scott High & Ben Jackson return
Huddersfield Town is recalling four promising young players back to the Club from their respective loan spells.
Rarmani Edmonds-Green, Demeaco Duhaney, Scott High and Ben Jackson will all return to Town, having gained experience at the highest levels of non-league during the opening months of the campaign.
Right back Duhaney, 21, has made seven starts for Vanarama National League North team Boston United, most recently playing 90 minutes in the goalless draw against Sky Bet League 1 Rochdale in the Emirates FA Cup at the weekend.
DD has already made his Town debut, playing the first half of the Premier League win over Wolves in February 2019.
Centre back Edmonds-Green (below), who turns 21 next month, has played nine games for promotion hopefuls Bromley in the Vanarama National League, adding to his first competitive start for the Terriers in the Carabao Cup game at home to Lincoln City in August.
The other two players are still awaiting their competitive Town debuts but did spend the majority of pre-season with the First Team squad.
The versatile Jackson (below), 18, can play at full back, on the wing or at centre half, where he excelled for the EDT in Monday night’s Premier League Cup draw with Liverpool. He has made 18 appearances in the Vanarama National League for Stockport County since the start of this season.
Meanwhile Under-19 team captain High, also 18, has made six appearances for Danny Cowley’s former club Concord Rangers in the Vanarama National League South, scoring once. The central midfielder earned himself a place in the final four for the Club’s November ‘Player of the Month’ in the process.
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