Young Terriers travel to Walsall in the EFL Youth Alliance Cup
- Huddersfield Town Under-19s play on Saturday 15 October 2022
- George Danaher’s side travel to Walsall in the EFL Youth Alliance
- Noon kick-off at Birmingham County FA
The Huddersfield Town Under-19s are back in action on Saturday 15 October, when they travel to play Walsall in the EFL Youth Alliance Cup at noon.
The Young Terriers will continue their run of games in the EFL Youth Alliance Cup on Saturday 15 October, noon kick-off, with the game taking place at Birmingham County FA (Ray Hall Lane, Great Barr, Birmingham, B43 6JF).
The youngsters will be looking to bounce back from their 3-1 away loss against Grimsby Town on Wednesday and get back to winning ways.
Supporters can attend the noon kick-off at Birmingham County FA on Saturday free of charge.
Michael Stone previewed Saturday’s game:
Stone started by discussing how he has found the season so far playing for both the Under-19s and the B Team.
“It’s been a good season so far, playing for the different levels is helping me make sure I’m getting the minutes under my belt.
“Both teams have the same principles that we work towards, so we have to keep the same mindset and try to play to the best of our ability.”
The 18-year-old touched on the midweek loss against Grimsby Town along with the positives that the team can take away from the game, despite the loss.
“The goals we conceded in the midweek game were mainly just mistakes, so they’re easier to improve on and try make sure don’t happen again.
“We also had chances that we should have scored, which we will take to the next game and build on.”
The Young Terrier took us through what training has been like this week preparing for tomorrow’s fixture.
“We’ve been focussing on the final third really in training, trying to get into spaces to score and the detail in the end product.
“As a team we have been preparing how we usually do for games, we always aim for the win.”
Finally, the midfielder looked towards his goals for the rest of the season.
“My aim is to be regular starter for the B Team by the end of the season, and then hopefully push on from there.”
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