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26 September 2019

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O’Brien explains how negative social media comments fuelled his motivation to succeed

- Purchase The Terrier on Saturday for just £3.50
- 84-pages of exclusive interviews and content
- David Forde gives Town fans the lowdown on Millwall

Lewis O’Brien gave a really eye-opening account of his loan spell at Bradford City when he spoke to The Terrier ahead of Huddersfield Town’s Sky Bet Championship game against Millwall.

The 20-year-old spent one season with the Bantams, and despite the Club enduring a tough campaign, was able to impress and establish himself in the First Team.

In the newly-styled featured player piece, Lewis explained how social media comments helped motivate him and eventually prove himself to the fans.

“The move was great, but I was quite nervous at first, because I’d never been in that situation before. I was obviously announced on social media too, which was definitely an experience!

“To be honest, all the comments from fans on social media were really negative at the start. If anything, the comments made me want to prove them wrong.”

To read the full interview with O’Brien, make sure you grab a copy of The Terrier before our game against Millwall this Saturday. There is plenty more exclusive interviews and content available!

We also spoke to former Lions goalkeeper David Forde for the Pundit’s Preview to find out what Town should expect from the game against.

Former Town and Millwall forward Danny Schofield also discussed the differences playing for the two clubs and opened-up on his transition going from player to coach.

Get all the information on Saturday’s opponents Millwall. We analyse some of the key members in the Lions’ squad and highlight the milestones in Manager Neil Harris’ career-to-date.

Catch up on the Academy with updates from the Elite Development Team and Under-17s!

There is all this and 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.

Tickets for the game are still available; CLICK HERE to buy yours!

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