Town favourite, Ronnie Jepson, discusses returning to Huddersfield Town as Assistant Manager
- Huddersfield Town Assistant Manager Ronnie Jepson speaks to HTTV
- 'Rocket' Ronnie disucsess his return and history with the Club
- Watch full interview on HTTV via YouTube, or listen on HTAFC Sounds!
In his first interview since returning to the Club as Assistant Manager to Neil Warnock, Ronnie Jepson sat down with HTTV to discuss his reasons for coming back and his history as a Terrier!
No stranger to Town, the former striker was brought to the Club by Neil Warnock in December 1993 and helped the Terriers gain promotion at the end of the 1994/95 season after beating Bristol Rovers in the Play-Off final at Wembley. After scoring 42 goals in a total of 125 games played - within which he was voted Player of the Year - Jepson is a firm fan favourite.
After 14 years as Warnock’s right-hand man, assisting him at Crystal Palace, Queens Park Rangers, Leeds United and Cardiff City, the pair once again unite back at Town where the duo first began. Having previously been at the Club in a coaching capacity too, Ronnie Jepson spoke to HTTV about his return and how he sees Neil Warnock as a man who ‘knows the Sky Bet Championship inside and out.’
Following a 2-1 victory for Town against Birmingham City in Warnock and Jepson's first game back in charge, Town came away with 3 huge points and a renewed sense of belief from their last game. Travelling to Turf Moor at the weekend, Burnley come into the fixture following a 1-1 draw against Millwall away on Tuesday.
Speaking exclusively to HTTV and HTAFC Sounds, the new Assistant Manager wants the team to give ‘everything they’ve got’ against Burnley on Saturday in hopes of coming away with more valuable points.
Watch the full interview via HTTV on YouTube below!
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