David Wagner leaves Huddersfield by mutual consent

first_imgDavid Wagner has left Huddersfield by mutual consent with the club bottom of the Premier League, Sky Sports reports.Wagner joined Huddersfield Town as coach in November 2015 following the departure of Chris Powell.He also came along with his Borussia Dortmund friend Christoph Bühler to be his assistant at Huddersfield. In the summer of 2016, Wagner reinforced the club with acquisistion of 13 players from across the continent.FC Schalke 04 v FC Bayern Muenchen - BundesligaMatch Preview: Schalke 04 vs Bayern Munich Boro Tanchev – August 24, 2019 Bayern Munich travel to Gelsenkirchen for their first away game of the 2019-20 Bundesliga campaign.Some of the players include Danny Ward, Chris Löwe, and Aaron Mooy and whom Wagner took on a bonding tour of Sweden, where they had to survive with only basic equipment for a few days after which the bond was assumed to have given the team success in early 2016-2017.They visited Austria and returned with two clean sheets in matches against Bundesliga sides Werder Bremen and FC Ingolstadt. Huddersfield entered top of the table at the start September 2017, securing a win at St James’ Park against Newcastle United.Wagner has received praises for his achievements in keeping Huddersfield in the Premier League at the end of the 2017–18 season.last_img

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