Terrier-Bytes Round-up of the Week

Huddersfield Town story posted by Garfield (Admin) on 12/07/2003
Since Tuesday I haven't had much time to update Terrier-Bytes with the latest Huddersfield Town news, so I figured I might as well keep you up to date with this week's goings on down at the Mac.Terrier-Bytes Round-up of the Week

On Thursday it was confirmed that Coventry City's Lee Fowler and ex-Bradford man Gus Uhlenbeek were training with the Huddersfield Town squad. Peter Jackson is hoping that Fowler, 20, a highly-rated defensive midfielder, will sign a loan deal with the Terriers which will help boost their chances of promotion to the Second Division. Uhlenbeek, on the other hand, is looking to be offered a contract by Jackson.

Yesterday saw a slight set-back with Town's off-the-field financial situation. Ken Davy, however, is confident that a "serious hitch" can be overcome. This set-back is apparently to do with unresolved football-related debts and is nothing to do with unpaid wages or transfer fees. The set-back should be resolved in a matter of days according to Ken Davy.

Peter Jackson is keen on signing ex-Oldham midfield-man Tony Carss who is currently available on a free transfer after being released by the Latics, it was announced yesterday. Carss, 27, is just the kind of player Jackson needs; his nickname, "Duracell", simply describes the player's workrate and commitment.

Chris Holland is expected to return with a decision regarding his latest contract offer today, as his trialist Ashley Westwood. Sheffield United's Tyrone Thompson is still in talks with Jackson.


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