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MARK FOTHERINGHAM AND KENNY MILLER VISIT DISABLED SUPPORTERS’ CLUB!

12 January 2023

Huddersfield Town Head and Assistant Coach attend latest Disabled Supporters’ Club meeting

- Mark Fotheringham and Kenny Miller visit HTDSC
- Q&A hosted by Club Ambassador Andy Booth
- Disabled Supporters’ Club is open to new members and meet monthly

Hosted by Club Ambassador Andy Booth, our Head Coach Mark Fotheringham was joined by Assistant Coach Kenny Miller for a Q&A at the latest Huddersfield Town Disabled Supporters’ Club meeting!

An intimate evening, the pair were asked about their time at the Club so far, their playing days, journey into coaching and how it is working together at Huddersfield Town, as well as more personal questions about their families and home lives away from football.

An evening enjoyed by all in attendance, the Huddersfield Town Disabled Supporters Club meet on a monthly basis at Birchencliffe Sports and Social Club where they enjoy discussions about the Club and life, with drinks and food available to purchase – with the occasional special guest also in attendance!

Recently, the group have been visited by former Town captain and current B Team Manager Jon Worthington, with the meetings always providing a unique insight into the Club from the people that know Town the best.

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Reflecting on the evening, Head Coach Mark Fotheringham said:

“I’m really thankful to have been invited to the Disabled Supporters’ Club with Kenny, and I’m sure I speak for us both when I say we had a really good time talking about the Club, our careers and our lives with some incredibly dedicated supporters.

“Our local community and our supporters are such a huge part of who we are and what we do here, so it was great to experience that in person. Hopefully those in attendance had as good of a time as we did, and I look forward to seeing them again soon!

"We have the best fans in the league. Onwards and upwards - Up The Terriers!"

Huddersfield Town Club Ambassador Andy Booth added:

“I’ve always said that getting out into the community and spending time with our supporters is the best part of my job, and these monthly meetings with the Huddersfield Town Disabled Supporters’ Club is no different.

“I really enjoy getting to take different people from the Club along for these Q&A sessions, and I think they enjoy them as much as the supporters do! If anyone is interested, the Huddersfield Town Disabled Supporters’ Club is really worth becoming a part of.”

To find out more about the Huddersfield Town Disabled Supporters Club – including details on how to become a member – please find their Facebook page by CLICKING HERE.


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