Full coverage of CEO Jake Edwards’ and Neil Warnock’s press conference now on HTTV
- Edwards and Warnock hold joint press conference
- Huddersfield Town announce departure of Manager
- Watch full coverage via HTTV or listen via HTAFC Sounds
As earlier confirmed, CEO Jake Edwards and Neil Warnock confirmed that the Manager would be overseeing his final match with the Club against Stoke City on Wednesday 20 September.
The press conference opened with Edwards confirming the news regarding the Manager, before the floor was opened to the media to ask questions to both our CEO and Warnock.
Discussing the decision made in detail, as well as reflecting on Neil and Ronnie’s time at the Club in total, Edwards and Warnock were open and honest in tandem. The statement regarding can be read in full by CLICKING HERE, with the outgoing gaffer adding:
"Jake and me always said that when the time came he was going to be straight up with me about it.
"Myself and Ronnie wish everyone here the best, we've had such a fabulous time since coming back.
"I still think it was the right thing me coming back again in the summer, and the stability is back even though it has been a short stint.
"The thing about these Terrier fans is that they're always so supportive. They've been so receptive, it's been a pleasure being their Manager.
"What we've done here has been amazing really, the way we feel about the Club won't change.
"I wish the Club the best of luck, and I'll miss the players - giving them stick, laughing at them, that's what keeps you young.
"We've got such a good group of players.
"There's be no fall out that I'm aware of! It's about the Club deciding to make the next step as they always said they would, and you can't say fairer than that.
"It hasn't got anything to do with transfers, I'm really happy with the squad I've got here.
"Manager's aren't daft, whoever comes in it won't take them long to realise that these are good players. We've got a great dressing room.
"Jonathan Hogg isn't injured, it's sinusitis what he had - we gave him today off but he'll be back in tomorrow all things being well.
"Danny Ward felt better today, he'll be back on the grass tomorrow and we're hoping he'll train.
"I've always got on with Jake, funnily enough, I feel as if I've done my job now. I've seen rumours I've blown up or been fed up, but I've got a great relationship with the Club.
"Whoever comes in is a lucky man. They'll be getting a great squad here."
Watch the press conference in full below.
Join us for Neil Warnock and Ronnie Jepson's final match in charge of the Terriers on Wednesday 20 September at 7.45pm at the John Smith's Stadium against Stoke City. CLICK HERE to secure your seat.