Kevin Nagle Makes Admission About Potential Huddersfield Town Managerial Change

Huddersfield Town owner Kevin Nagle has offered his full support to manager Darren Moore in a recent interview after the manager picked up just his second victory in charge of the Terriers.

The West Yorkshire club earned a massive win on Tuesday night away at the Stadium of Light, beating Sunderland 2-1. This turned out to be a huge result for the club as Queens Park Rangers also won their first game under Marti Cifuentes on the same day.

Huddersfield Town have remained six points above the relegation zone but another victory could put Moore’s men as high as 17th, providing results elsewhere go their way.

It’s been a decent week for the Terriers who picked up four points from six against Southampton and Sunderland but could add to this run by going above Swansea City with a win this weekend against the Welsh outfit.

Moore’s side are the joint-third lowest scorers in the Championship this season and have the joint-third worst defensive record, having bagged merely 17 goals in the league and conceded 30.

Nevertheless, the ex-West Bromwich Albion and Sheffield Wednesday manager has maintained the backing of club owner Kevin Nagle.

Speaking in a recent interview with BBC Radio Leeds, the American businessman shut down a question about a potential managerial change in the future [quotes via The Yorkshire Post]:

“That is not even a consideration.

“I understand that in the UK line of business that when somebody asks that question and they answer that question quickly, it might be the beginning of the end, that is not the case here.

“I believe in Darren and you are seeing the very beginning, I think, of something that is really great.”

Writer’s View
Huddersfield Town are already on their second manager of the season so far, having parted ways with the legendary Neil Warnock back in September. The correct call is not to relieve another coach of their duties in a race for survival.
The Yorkshire club are struggling at the moment but four points from two matches against promotion candidates Southampton and Sunderland proves that Moore is doing something right and that Huddersfield have enough quality to stay in the division.
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