Hull City-linked man joins squad, Huddersfield give defender price

Hull City-linked man joins squad, Huddersfield Town impose price tag on defender

City of Hull Boss Liam Rosenior will look to use the World Cup break to work with his newly inherited squad. He was chosen to replace Shota Arveladze at the MKM stadium.

Town of Huddersfield are at the bottom of the championship standings at the moment. Here’s a look at some of the latest news regarding the pair…

City of Hull

Rob Edwards, who live shell report was on Hull’s radar as they searched for a new manager, was appointed new manager of Luton Town. The former Forest Green Rovers man lasted just 11 games at former club Watford.

Midfielder Regan Slater has been in fine form for the Tigers lately and scored a brace for Cardiff City in their last away game. Rosenior was impressed and said live shell“Regan is the type of player I like because he has a lot of technical quality, but he can run. He can run all day and you need him to be a top midfielder.

Town of Huddersfield

Huddersfield Town have imposed a £1.5m price tag on Ben Jackson according to a report by Football Insider. The left-back has recently been linked with a move to Scottish Premiership giants Rangers.

Romoney Crichlow, who is on loan from the Terriers at Bradford City in League Two, has revealed that Fotheringham spoke to him about his situation, according to Yorkshire Live: “When he first arrived he brought in all the loan guys and really laid down the laws of the club. He just said to continue what we were doing, that he was watching us, but not to focus on Huddersfield at the moment and to concentrate on our individual tasks at hand – but please know that they are still watching and acting accordingly.

Eleanor C. William