Assistant Coach leaves after three seasons at Town
- Narcís Pèlach departs Huddersfield Town
- Spaniard spent three seasons as Assistant Coach
- Comments from Managing Director Dave Baldwin
Huddersfield Town and Narcís Pèlach have today come to an agreement that sees our Assistant Coach depart his role after three seasons at the club.
Narcís, 34, joined the Terriers in July 2020 as part of Carlos Corberán’s backroom team and has spent the last three seasons on the touchline, staying at the club to be part of Danny Schofield, Mark Fotheringham, and Neil Warnock’s technical staff.
He also took charge of three games as Caretaker Head Coach, leading the team to an important 1-0 home win over Cardiff City in September 2022 and taking charge of the away defeats at Wigan Athletic and Stoke City in February 2023.
Before joining Town, Narcís was a player and coach at Girona and had spells as Head Coach at Spanish third tier sides UE Figueres and Peralada.
He has now resigned his role at the club to seek a new challenge.
Thank you Terriers! 🔵⚪️ pic.twitter.com/7xAufQTWu0— Chicho (@Chicho_PN) May 25, 2023
Town’s Managing Director Dave Baldwin added:
“On behalf of everyone at the club, I would like to thank Narcís for his dedication to the club over the past three seasons. He now wants to explore a new challenge, and the timing works for the club too as we look to start afresh with a new beginning.
“Narcís has been a very popular person at the Millers Oils High Performance Complex and we wish him all the best for the future.”