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THE TERRIER: DANNY SIMPSON’S INCREDIBLE STORY

7 February 2020

Danny Simpson’s take on lifting the Premier League title with Leicester City

- Danny Simpson delves into his fascinating football journey
- The Terrier pays tribute to Academy graduate Jordon Sinnott
- 84 pages of exclusive interviews and content for just £3.50!

In this weekend’s copy of The Terrier Danny Simpson delves into his footballing journey and the experience of winning the Premier League at Leicester City.

The Terrier caught up with Town right-back Danny Simpson, who explained how his different experiences within the game contributed to what happened with the Foxes.

The 33-year-old opened up about starting his career in Manchester United’s Academy and how he took his chance to move to Antwerp to play senior football at just 19 years of age.

“You learn a lot about yourself. You go from playing in front of 200-400 in the reserves to 8,000-10,000 every week. For about six weeks there was a lot of issues and if you didn’t stand up for yourself then you were in a bit of trouble.”

He also discussed about what winning the Premier League with Leicester meant to him.

“It felt like everything from kicking a football, getting my first United shirt, being told I was too small, Belgium, the ups and downs, football, my whole journey, came into that surreal moment.”

How much do you know about Queens Park Rangers? The Terrier provides all you need to know about QPR, including our pundit’s preview, where former Hoops defender and BBC Radio London pundit Bradley Allen provides an in-depth insight on the upcoming opposition.

Else-where in The Terrier, you can join us in remembering former Town Academy graduate Jordon Sinnott.

We take a look back on our memories of Jordon and the impact he had on us all here at Huddersfield Town as a player, ambassador and all round fantastic young man.

The 84-page programme, printed by ACA Creative, can be bought around the John Smith’s Stadium and at the Club Shop for only £3.50!

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


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