Huddersfield's new manager had "unprecedented success" at previous club

10 September 2019

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Photo: Getty Images The new manager of Huddersfield, Danny Cowley, to the left, and his brother and assistant, Nicky Cowley, to the right at their presentation.

Huddersfield have found their new manager in League One.

Danny Cowley recently played the Terriers with his old club in the Carabao Cup, knocking out his new employer.

Jesper Elkjær Jensen jej@offthepitch.com

Huddersfield have finally found their new manager, after the club sacked Jan Siewert in August.

The new man at the Terriers' helm is 40-year-old Danny Cowley, whom Huddersfield picked up at Lincoln City - a club that "have achieved unprecedented success" during Cowley's three years as manager, Lincoln's chairman, Clive Nates, said in a statement.

Danny Cowley is joined by his brother, Nicky Cowley, who has been Danny's assistant manager since his first manager gig with the Concord Rangers - a club the pair took to the sixth tier of English football.

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