Defender returns to Town’s Academy after loan spell
- Huddersfield Town recall Romoney Crichlow-Noble from loan
- 20-year-old defender has spent first half of season at Hartlepool United
- Comments from Academy Manager Leigh Bromby
Huddersfield Town have today recalled defender Romoney Crichlow-Noble from his spell on loan at Vanarama National League side Hartlepool United.
The 20-year-old, who is equally comfortable at left back or centre half, has returned to West Yorkshire after only making four appearances so far this season.
That was the youngster’s second loan move, he made eight appearances for Bradford (Park Avenue) in the Vanarama National League North last season.
He also played senior football before joining Town, featuring at just 16 years old for Enfield Borough.
Huddersfield Town’s Academy Manager Leigh Bromby commented:
“We sent Romoney to Hartlepool to challenge for men’s football, he didn’t get as many games as he would’ve wanted, but this is part of some loan experiences.
“We really value this experience as he would’ve had to battle for a First Team spot and deal with not playing; he will have learnt a lot from this.
“Whilst he wasn’t being picked, he came back to PPG Canalside to play games with us to keep up his development as we continue to support him.
“He is at the transitional age where he needs the test of men’s football to progress, so we will look to provide him with a similar challenge in the near future.”