Huddersfield Town were sorry to see David Wagner go but believe they can survive without him

Huddersfield Town were sorry to see David Wagner go but believe they can survive without him

David Wagner’s departure from Huddersfield Town was sealed in a meeting on Sunday morning, when feelings were still raw from a draw with Cardiff City the previous day that the German had declared a must-win game for his team, eight points adrift of safety at the bottom of the table.

The 47-year-old who took Huddersfield back to the top-flight of English football for the first time in 45 years, and then kept them there last season, was afforded a very affectionate farewell from the club and its owner Dean Hoyle. It was a joint decision, Hoyle said, borne of Wagner’s “genuine love for the club” and given the lavishing of praise, you had to wonder whether there was anything he would not do for Huddersfield…

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