Huddersfield Town’s legendary manager Neil Warnock has been left frustrated by the club’s lack of activity in the transfer window, according to journalist Darren Witcoop.
The Terriers have endured a dreadful start to the 2023/24 campaign, picking up just one point so far which came from a 1-1 draw with fellow Championship strugglers Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium two weeks ago.
Transfer deadline day was the last chance for Warnock and Huddersfield to strengthen a weak squad before the January window reopens but the team didn’t see a single new addition, leading to frustration from the experienced coach.
The Yorkshire side were taken over in the summer as American businessman Kevin Nagle bought a 100 percent stake in the club, yet just four players have been brought in.
Amid growing concerns from Huddersfield Town supporters, Nagle took to Twitter/X on deadline day and claimed that he was ‘out of pocket’ and would also be ‘without internet access’ until early next week:
“I see you, and more importantly I HEAR you. I’ve said before and I’ll say again we are all in this together.
“Wanted to give a heads up I’ll be out of pocket for the US federal holiday until the early part of next week with little to zero internet access.”
“Always appreciate the feedback, in good AND tough times.”
Nagle’s public post was quite ambiguous but it is clear that there are growing tensions behind the scenes, not helped by the club’s poor results on the pitch and now certainly spurred on by the lack of transfer activity.
Warnock returned to Huddersfield Town to keep the team in the Championship and worked miracles, succeeding in his goal before eventually coming back out retirement to take charge of the team on a one-year deal this past summer.
Unfortunately, if the iconic English football manager can’t get a tune out of this squad, he may feel it’s best if he leaves his post for someone else to.