A look back at Huddersfield Town’s international call-ups for the November 2023 fixtures
- Three players across Huddersfield Town called-up
- Yuta Nakayama and Charles Ondo returned to senior international squads
- Brodie Spencer called-up to Northern Ireland senior squad
With three call-ups across the First Team and Academy, here is a look at how our players on duty during the November 2023 international break got on!
Three players were selected to represent their country during the November 2023 international break, with each being called-up for the senior team.
Yuta Nakayama returned to the Japanese side for the second consecutve time, on-loan full-back Brodie Spencer recieved another call-up to the Northern Ireland camp and B Team player Charles Ondo met back up with Equitorial Guinea.
Having returned to the Japanese national team for the first time in the last international break, Yuta followed that up with another impressive showing for the Samurai Blue this time around. Given the captain's armband in their first fixture against Myanmar in a 5-0 win in which he played the full game, Nakayama was an unused substitute against Syria in thier second World Cup qualifyer, which also ended 5-0 to Japan.
Fast becoming a regular within the Northern Irish squad thanks to an impressive run for Town before going on to be a standout on loan for Motherwell in the SPL this season, 19-year-old full-back Spencer has earned another cap for his country. Coming off the bench after 77 minutes in Helsinki against Finland in a 4-0 loss, Brodie was then an unused substitute against Denmark at Windsor Park in a game his side won 2-0.
Multi-positioned B Team defender and forward Charles Ondo enjoyed another successful international break with Equitorial Guinea, with his country winning both of their premilinary FIFA World Cup qualifyers 1-0 against Namibia and Liberia. An unused substitute for both games, it's another great experience for 20-year-old Ondo who will want to remain in the side long-term ahead of the 2025 Africa Cup of Nations.