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WATCH THE 2011/12 CAMPAIGN FOR FREE ON #HTTV!

14 June 2020

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Re-live a historic season for the Club with every match!

- Town’s 2011/12 Season Review is FREE to watch for all fans!
- Re-live the League 1 promotion-winning season
- Featuring match highlights, interviews and more from a memorable campaign

Fancy a trip down memory lane? Well, Huddersfield Town’s 2011/12 Season Review is now FREE for all supporters to watch via the Club’s official YouTube channel!

The review looks back on Huddersfield Town’s 2011/12 League 1 promotion-winning season, as the Club secured a return to the second tier of English football for the first time since 2001.

After being beaten in the Play-Offs the year before, the film documents how the Terriers bounced back to go one better and gain promotion to the Championship in 2012, through nearly 110 minutes of match highlights, interviews and exclusive content.

It features highlights from all 46 of Town’s league games, as well as all the key moments from the Play-Off run, including the penalty shoot-out victory over Sheffield United in the Final, at Wembley.

It looks back on the season Town broke a English Football League record, putting together an unbeaten run of 43 games, reaching the milestone with a 2-1 win over Notts County in November 2011.

Top scorer Jordan Rhodes scored both of Town’s goals that day, two of his 40 for the season, with each and every one of the forward’s goals from the campaign on the review, as well as thoughts on the season from the man himself!

As well as that, there’s interviews with Chairman Dean Hoyle, Manager Simon Grayson, Captain Peter Clarke, and Academy graduate Jack Hunt.

After the penalty shoot-out, Manager Simon Grayson said:

“Before you knew it Dean (Hoyle) was running past me, down the touchline, and based on his turn of speed to get to the players, he’ll be playing in the Championship next year!

“It was a great relief and a great feeling. I was relaxed about the situation as I couldn’t influence it.”

Former Town Captain, Peter Clarke, added:

“It was every boys dream; I was no different. As a kid I always wanted to play at Wembley, win there, and lift a trophy. To fulfil a boyhood ambition is absolutely unbelievable.

“If I get grey and old, and my mind goes and I can’t remember anything, after my family, that’s the one thing I want to be able to remember.”

The 2011/12 season review is available to watch in full for FREE below!


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