Date:Thursday February 28 2008
How's your season been so far?
Huddersfield started the season with high expectations, a new manager in Andy Ritchie, a couple of new players and the promise of attacking football.
After a bright start the team settled into a completely unpredictable and very inconsistent vein of form.
This continued hence the huge disappointment in West Yorkshire at our lowly league position. We certainly have the personnel to do much better, as the Fa Cup run to Round 5 and finally defeat at Chelsea would testify.
Who should we watch out for?
Your fellow countryman Rob Page signed from Coventry City recently has made a huge difference to our defence, in the 8 appearances he has made, 5 clean sheets have been kept.
Any thoughts on our team?
I have been in truth surprised by the position you find yourselves in, I thought it would take Martinez longer to put the team together, although I do rate Jason Scotland who we tried to sign him last summer like yourselves.
Prediction for the game?
The Terriers play better against good opposition, and are capable of beating most teams on their day, as we proved in South Wales earlier this season.
This is a big game for Huddersfield not only are you league leaders but defeat to you would certainly end the admittedly very slim chances we have of making the play offs, with the repercussions this could have for Manager Andy Ritchie, theefore I predict a close and not open game.
How does your season and your position compare with your pre-season expectations?
Our season has been very disappointing, most fans expectations were to significantly improve on last seasons poor showing, which we have so far failed to do. But we live in hope.
Thanks to Jon Ski from Vital Huddersfield for answering our questions.
Check Vital Huddersfield soon for our answers to the same questions.
Date:Thursday February 28 2008
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