Town’s Head Coach looks ahead to Friday evening’s game
- Carlos Corberán previews Hull City match
- Head Coach provides injury update
- Watch Carlos’ full press conference below on HTTV
Huddersfield Town Head Coach Carlos Corberán says that his side’s game against Hull City is a big opportunity for them to change their dynamic.
The Terriers return to Sky Bet Championship action on Friday 1 April 2022 when they travel to the MKM Stadium to take on the Tigers.
Speaking to the press in his virtual press conference, Carlos discussed what he expects from Town’s opponents.
“I think with their new coach they are working fantastically.
“They are achieving their results because of the good performances that they are doing.
“They’re a team that I’ve had the opportunity to watch many times and they are one team that are another high challenge in the Championship.
“We are going to give this game the highest level of importance because it’s a big opportunity for us to change the dynamic of the previous two games and start to show what we can do on the pitch.”
The game is the Terriers’ first back in action following the international break, and Town’s Head Coach broke down how his squad used the break.
“The team were playing many games in a row and in some moments it’s good to stop, refresh the players, and be ready to face the rest of the season in the best way that we can.
“The first days of the international break we used to recover, and then the second half of the first week the team were working very well with a very good mentality.
“We had the weekend off, and then this week we’ve been working with the right mentality that we need to face the last part of the season.”
Town’s Head Coach also provided the latest injury news.
“The fact that we have international players is something very positive, but the fact that the game was moved one day earlier means that we lose one day of recovery for the international players.
“We’re going to miss Tino Anjorin because he’s been feeling a little bit of the injury that he had before.
“He had to cut his time with England’s Under-20s short.
“He came back to work with our medical staff, and today was the first day that he could train with the team.”