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13 June 2023

Club News


13 June 2023

Long serving Head of Goalkeeping leaves the club

- Paul Clements leaves Huddersfield Town
- Paul has been at the Club since July 2015
- He became Head of Goalkeeping in the summer of 2017

Huddersfield Town can confirm that Paul Clements has today departed his role as Head of Goalkeeping at the Club.

Paul joined as Town’s Head of Academy Goalkeeping in July 2015 and supported the First Team set-up before being named Head of Goalkeeping prior to the start of the 2017/18 Premier League campaign.

‘Clem’ has been responsible for the day-to-day training of the First Team goalkeepers and making sure there is a pathway for young custodians to break through into the First Team from the Academy. Alongside this, he has worked closely with the recruitment team to bring in new ‘keepers.

Everyone at Huddersfield Town would like to thank Paul for his hard work and dedication over the last eight years and wishes him the very best in his future career.

Chief Executive Officer Jake Edwards commented:

“Paul can depart his role at Huddersfield Town with a lot of pride in what he’s achieved here. He leaves the goalkeeping department in good shape as we look towards the new season.

“Much like the departure of Leigh Bromby, this change has been made in order to refresh our football department ahead of the new season.”

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