|Quality Manager||Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, GB, HD2 1YZ||Sep 30, 2021|
|Mechanical Engineering Co-op Program Spring/Summer 2022||Wickliffe, OH, US, 44092 +6 more…||Oct 1, 2021|
|Biomedical Engineering Co-op Program Spring/Summer 2022||Brecksville, OH, US, 44141 +1 more…||Oct 1, 2021|
|Manufacturing Internship Summer 2022||Pedricktown, NJ, US, 8067||Oct 5, 2021|
|Chemical Engineering Co-op Program Spring/Summer 2022||
Wickliffe, OH, US, 44092
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|Electrical/Instrumentation Tech||Wilmington, MA, US, 1887||Oct 8, 2021|
|Process Development Technician||Avon Lake, OH, US, 44012||Oct 4, 2021|
|Material Handler||Sep 24, 2021|
|Wickliffe Physical Properties Internship 2022||Wickliffe, OH, US, 44092||Oct 3, 2021|
|Supply Chain Co-op Program Spring/Summer 2022||Wickliffe, OH, US, 44092 +1 more…||Oct 1, 2021|
|HSES Co-op Program Spring/Summer 2022||Painesville Township, OH, US, 44077-1234 +1 more…||Oct 1, 2021|
|Compensation Manager||Wickliffe, OH, US, 44092||Oct 10, 2021|
|PED Utility Operator||Pedricktown, NJ, US, 8067||Sep 20, 2021|
|Coatings Operator||Avon Lake, OH, US, 44012||Oct 18, 2021|
|Marketing | Business Support Student Placement||Hazelwood, DER, GB, DE56 4AN||Oct 14, 2021|
|Plant Manager||Paso Robles, CA, US, 93447||Oct 14, 2021|
|SC Planner/Buyer||Lewisville, TX, US, 75077||Oct 5, 2021|
|Manufacturing Operator||Lewisville, TX, US, 75077||Oct 5, 2021|
|Chemistry Internship 2022 (Full-year) – Toxicology and Product Safety||Wickliffe, OH, US, 44092||Oct 12, 2021|
|Senior Quality Assurance Specialist – GMP Manufacturing||Bethlehem, PA, US, 18017||Oct 13, 2021|
|Chemical Operator||Spartanburg, SC, US, 29307||Oct 16, 2021|
|Chemical Operator||Spartanburg, SC, US, 29307||Oct 19, 2021|
|Project Engineer||Gastonia, NC, US, 28056||Oct 10, 2021|
|Scheduler Scheduler Westerlo Oevel, BE, 2260 Sep 30, 2021||Westerlo Oevel, BE, 2260||Sep 30, 2021|
|Global HR Reporting Coordinator||Wickliffe, OH, US, 44092||Oct 8, 2021|
Huddersfield Town – Careers
Here’s what some of our staff say about working with us
Robyn Kennerdale, Supporter Services Manager
I have worked for Huddersfield Town since 2006 in a number of different roles across departments including Retail, Commercial and now, Supporter Services. I have always liked the notion that although most of the staff employed at the Club can’t directly control anything that happens on the pitch, we all have an important role to play off it, and that contributes to everyone’s collective goal to be a competitive and sustainable Club in the top tier of football.
When I returned to work in 2017 after maternity leave, I was concerned about juggling work and childcare. The Club supported me in ensuring my working hours were flexible to meet the needs of my family, as well as giving access to a childcare voucher scheme that was available at the time. My professional development is also supported through my enrolment in a Leadership and Management course offering a formal qualification, which I commenced in September 2020 alongside colleagues within the Club.
I am grateful to work within a brilliant team, and I particularly enjoy being part of our Equality Working Group, a team of staff at all levels of the organisation whose aim is to ensure our policies, procedures and practices are inclusive and accessible.
I would encourage anyone thinking of applying for a role within the Club or Foundation to read the information on the Careers and Terriers Together pages of our website in particular, to learn about our values and the ways in which you can be supported as a staff member working for HTAFC.
Ryan Thorold, IT Network Engineer
When I first joined Huddersfield Town Football Club in 2018 as an IT Apprentice, I was under-confident in my technical ability, and I had never been part of a workplace before. Joining the Club allowed me to greatly improve my technical knowledge and ability under the tutelage of the IT Manager, who has a great deal of experience. Meeting and getting to know all the friendly people that work at the Club also allowed me to become much more comfortable in the workplace. I was able to gain several qualifications and was eventually offered a full-time and permanent position at the end of my apprenticeship.
I greatly enjoy working at the Club, as I’m always learning new things in my role as an IT Network Engineer, and the people working with and around me make the working day a pleasant experience.
Working for Huddersfield Town offers a great opportunity to work in an interesting and unique industry. If you work hard in your role and help those around you, you will definitely see an appreciation for it from the rest of the Club.
Andy Booth, Club Ambassador
I’ve been lucky enough to have been involved with both sides of the Football Club and it’s amazing to see where we are now from when I started. I’ve witnessed the Stadium where I grew up demolished and a brand new state of the art Stadium built before my very eyes. We went from 10 staff to the workforce we have today and throughout these massive changes, the family Club feel is exactly the same.
I joined Huddersfield Town in 1990 as an apprentice and signed my first pro-contract at the age of 18. Apart from having a 5 year spell away I played most of my career at the Club I loved and supported all my life. After playing well over 400 games for the club I played my last ever game at Leyton Orient, scoring my 150th and final goal, making me the third highest goal scorer in the Club’s history, something I am very proud of and hopefully the record will stand for a long time to come.
After my retirement I was made Club Ambassador and after my first week working behind the scenes I could not believe the amount of work that goes into putting on a football match once a week! One thing that stood out to me and still does to this day was the commitment, hard-work and loyalty of every staff member. Over the years I have worked with all the different departments and every day brings something different.
My department is Supporter Services where we work closely with our fan groups and junior clubs, look after the Family Stand and Fanzone on a match day and try and make sure home and away supporters get the best experience possible. We also work with local charities such as Yorkshire Air Ambulance and I’m very proud to say we have raised £2.2million for the ‘Keep It Up’ campaign which is a massive achievement for us as a Club.
I feel very lucky I’ve been associated with the Club as a player, an employee and supporter for so long and I am incredibly proud of the work we all do, both on and off the field.
Sofie Armitage, Secondary Schools Education Programme Manager
It’s an honour to be able to provide positive and life-changing experiences to young people across Kirklees. The Steps to Success programme gives secondary school pupils the opportunity to grow and develop key skills and coping strategies to improve their confidence, wellbeing and become better people overall.
I am very grateful for the opportunities I am provided to develop and improve within my role through high quality CPD. For example, I am currently completing the 15-month Leadership and Management programme with Libra Europe Consulting and I’ve recently completed my Youth Work Level 2, both of which provide me with new knowledge to improve professionally.
I joined the company in early 2020 and have just completed one year of working on the Steps to Success programme. The highlight for me definitely has to be seeing the improvements the programme has had on young people. Hearing positive stories from young people, parents and teachers really fills me with joy and illustrates the importance of such programmes!
If you’re thinking of applying for a job with us, my advice is to go for it! The Huddersfield Town Foundation is a fantastic organisation providing life-changing opportunities for people in the local community! You will be supported every step of the way in your journey and provided with lots of opportunities to improve and develop.
Brad Fox, Education Mentor
Working at the Huddersfield Town Foundation has been a fantastic experience, having the opportunity to develop myself through different opportunities, from participating in a leadership and management course to allowing me to attend Premier League Funded teaching.
I think for me, a highlight of working at the Huddersfield Town Foundation has been being trusted to lead and contribute to different departments, with my experience and knowledge to push projects further.
If I was to tell you about applying for a job with the Huddersfield Town Foundation, I would say go for it! The staffing team is extremely helpful and happy to get stuck in with anything, and you will be supported and give the chance to get involved with projects that you feel will benefit you!
Carl Dickinson, Security Officer
What I enjoy most about working at Huddersfield Town is by far the people and that every day is different. I work with a good team of people who care, and I enjoy meeting new people when they arrive at the Training Ground, having a chat and making them feel looked after.
The Club and my team support me in everything I need to be able to do my role – nothing is too much trouble and if I need anything, I know I can ask. The Club have supported me in attending courses, which I have enjoyed and learnt lots to help with the daily operations of the Training Ground. I like that I am trusted to get on with the job.
During my time at the Club I have gone from being a volunteer to a full-time member of staff, which for me was a new start and which made me feel included and a ‘normal’ person. I now have a base, my own desk, and a great workspace, which allows me to do my work well at the Training Ground’s new Security Centre.
If anyone is thinking about applying for a job with Huddersfield Town, the only thing I would say is just to be yourself.
Carl (middle right below)
Callum Adams, Physical Performance Coach
When planning my career pathway during my time at University, it was clear I always wanted to work within football; Huddersfield Town AFC offered this opportunity and I have never looked back.
My role has evolved a lot since I joined in 2014/15 season, from Sport Scientist to, now, club Physical Performance Coach; this involves me working right through the Club from U17 to First Team in a strength and conditioning capacity. The Club has further supported me through this role, funding quality CPD (continued professional development) such as a Masters degree with Salford University.
My clear and obvious highlight during my time with the Club so far is the 2016/17 championship promotion year, something that changed my life for the better because the opportunity to work in the Premier League in this industry is second to none.
My best advice to somebody looking to work for HTAFC is, be prepared to work for your colleagues, never be selfish and understand ‘TEAM’ is a must for success.
|Retail Team Member||West yorkshire, GB, WF10 1EN||01-Oct-2021|
|Retail Senior Team Member||Huddersfield, GB, HX3 3QP||10-Oct-2021|
|Retail Team Member||Huddersfield, GB, HD2 1UU||19-Oct-2021|
|Retail Shop Supervisor||Oldham, GB, OL1 3LG||10-Oct-2021|
|Retail Senior Team Member||Rochdale, GB, OL16 1EA||17-Oct-2021|
|Retail Senior Team Member||West Croydon, GB, CR0 2TA||31-Aug-2021|
|Retail Team Member||West Croydon, GB, CR0 2TA||31-Aug-2021|
|Retail Team Member||West Lothian, GB, EH54 6TW||03-Sep-2021|
|Retail Team Member||West Bromwich, GB, B71 4JZ||23-Sep-2021|
|Retail Team Member||London Paddington Kilburn West, GB, NW8 8HA||04-Oct-2021|
|Retail Team Member||Broxburn, West lothain, GB, EH52 5BQ||03-Oct-2021|
|Retail Shop Supervisor||Horsham, GB, Rh22 1PB||28-Sep-2021|
|Retail Senior Team Member||Havant, GB, PO9 1EH||13-Oct-2021|
|Retail Team Member||rainworth, GB, ng21ohj||12-Oct-2021|
|Retail Team Member||Horsham, GB, Rh22 1PB||14-Oct-2021|
|Retail Senior Team Member||Horsham, GB, Rh21 1PB||14-Oct-2021|
|Retail Shop Supervisor||Canary Wharf London, GB, E14 4QS||07-Oct-2021|
|Retail Team Member||Southampton, GB, SO14 7DS||03-Oct-2021|
|Retail Senior Team Member||Sheffield, GB, S20 7PN||09-Oct-2021|
|Retail Team Member||Sheffield, GB, S20 7PN||18-Oct-2021|
|Retail Team Member||City, GB, BT1 6JH||19-Oct-2021|
|Retail Team Member||glasgow, GB, g52 3sx||19-Oct-2021|
|Retail Team Member||Belfast, GB, BT1 6JH||19-Oct-2021|
|Duty Manager Duty Manager Canary Wharf Poplar Limehouse, GB, E14 9RU 10-Oct-2021||Canary Wharf Poplar Limehouse, GB, E14 9RU||10-Oct-2021|
|Retail Team Member||Sheffield, GB, S20 7PN||10-Oct-2021|
|4098||Project Officer – Business Team – INTERNAL||20 Oct 2021|
|3857||Catering Manager 1- King James High School||20 Oct 2021|
|4129||Local Governing Body Clerk – Impact Education Multi Academy Trust||20 Oct 2021|
|4127||Reception Teacher/Early Years Leader – Meltham Moor Primary School||20 Oct 2021|
|4045||Teacher (Maternity Cover) Ravenshall School||20 Oct 2021|
|4030||Senior Educational Teaching Assistant – Fairfield School – Job Ref 4030||20 Oct 2021|
|4027||Activity Support Officer – Fairfield School – Job Ref 4027||20 Oct 2021|
|4025||Educational Teaching Assistant – Fairfield School – Job Ref 4025||20 Oct 2021|
|4026||Site Manager- Beckfoot Phoenix Primary Special School||20 Oct 2021|
|4090||Project Manager (Communities)- INTERNAL||21 Oct 2021|
|4067||Mobile Catering Supervisor||21 Oct 2021|
|4015||Handy Person – Claremont House||21 Oct 2021|
|3932||Property and Project Manager – West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue||21 Oct 2021|
|4022||Activity Support Officer – Lunchtime – Ravenshall School||21 Oct 2021|
|4071||Educational Support Assistant- Whitechapel CE Primary School||21 Oct 2021|
|4072||Educational Support Assistant||21 Oct 2021|
|4080||Business Manager – CAPA College||21 Oct 2021|
|3970||Team Manager- REAL- INTERNAL||21 Oct 2021|
|4074||Caretaker/Cleaner- Holy Spirit Catholic Primary School||22 Oct 2021|
|4065||Cleaning Supervisor-Kirklees Cleaning Services||22 Oct 2021|
|4000||Educational Support Assistant – Healey J, I & N School||22 Oct 2021|
|4115||Educational Teaching Assistant – Reinwood Infant and Nursery School||22 Oct 2021|
|4069||School Bursar – Helme C of E Academy||22 Oct 2021|
|4052||Educational Support Assistant – Manorfield School||22 Oct 2021|
|4024||Lunchtime Supervisor – All Saints Catholic College||22 Oct 2021|
|4059||Emotional & Behaviour Support Assistant – Heckmondwike Primary||22 Oct 2021|
|4058||Higher Level Teaching Assistant – Heckmondwike Primary School||22 Oct 2021|
|4036||Cleaner – Emley First School||22 Oct 2021|
|4035||Lunchtime Supervisor – Emley First School||22 Oct 2021|
|4085||Careers Leader – Spen Valley High School||22 Oct 2021|
|3917||Senior Community Assessment and Support Officer – INTERNAL||22 Oct 2021|
|3867||Project Manager (Transport Projects)||22 Oct 2021|
|4041||Lead Lawyer (MCA Governance) – West Yorkshire Combined Authority||24 Oct 2021|
|4040||Lawyer (Property) – West Yorkshire Combined Authority||24 Oct 2021|
|3992||School Appeal Panel Member- Voluntary Roles||24 Oct 2021|
|3754||Senior Legal Officer (A/B) – Real Estate||24 Oct 2021|
|3991||Team Manager – Youth Engagement Service||24 Oct 2021|
|4046||Customer Service Officer – Numerous Jobs – Internal||24 Oct 2021|
|4050||Assistant Legal Officer – Safeguarding Children & Adults Team||24 Oct 2021|
|4007||Transport Officer||24 Oct 2021|
|3968||Business Support Officer – Bereavement Services||24 Oct 2021|
|3897||Duty Manager (DRAM Centre)||24 Oct 2021|
|3452||Social Worker – Learning Disabilities Team- 2 roles||24 Oct 2021|
|3304||Team Coordinator (Nights) – Moorlands Grange||24 Oct 2021|
|2890||Senior Community Assessment Support Officer – Internal||24 Oct 2021|
|2309||Social Worker – Level 3 – 4 jobs||24 Oct 2021|
|2035||Social Worker (Children with a Disability Service)||24 Oct 2021|
|651||Domestic Assistant – Moorlands Grange||24 Oct 2021|
|4126||Tutors (Adult Learning) (Post Ref: CC791) – Calderdale Adult Learning||25 Oct 2021|
|4023||Illicit Tobacco Education Officer – West Yorkshire Joint Services||25 Oct 2021|
|3981||Project Appraisal Manager – West Yorkshire Combined Authority||25 Oct 2021|
|3979||Project Appraisal Manager – West Yorkshire Combined Authority||25 Oct 2021|
|4139||One to One Teaching/ Care Assistant – Greengates Primary Academy||25 Oct 2021|
|4087||Alternative Provision Mentor- Royds Hall||25 Oct 2021|
|4020||Criminal Investigator – West Yorkshire Joint Services||25 Oct 2021|
|4076||Lunchtime Supervisor – Ravensthorpe CE (C) Junior School||25 Oct 2021|
|4142||Project Officer (Communities)- INTERNAL||26 Oct 2021|
|4136||Business Support Officer – One Adoption||26 Oct 2021|
|4091||Catering Supervisor 2- St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School (Huddersfield)||26 Oct 2021|
|4092||Senior IT Technician – The GORSE Academies Trust||26 Oct 2021|
|4012||Cleaner – Batley Girls’ High School||26 Oct 2021|
|4150||Universal Advocate – Touchstone and Advonet||27 Oct 2021|
|4134||Policy Officer – West Yorkshire Combined Authority||27 Oct 2021|
|3473||Social Worker – 2 roles||27 Oct 2021|
|4128||HR Administration Coordinator – West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service||28 Oct 2021|
|3739||Social Worker – Huddersfield Hub – 3 Jobs||28 Oct 2021|
|3725||Community Assessment & Support Officer||28 Oct 2021|
|4151||Co-production and Engagement Worker – Autistic Adults – Touchstone||28 Oct 2021|
|4131||Pivot 6 Lead – The Pivot Academy||28 Oct 2021|
|4021||Cook – Moorlands Grange||28 Oct 2021|
|4146||Kirklees Cleaning Service – Cleaner / Caretaker (Farnley Tyas)||29 Oct 2021|
|4145||Kirklees Cleaning Service – Scisset CE Acadedmy (Scissett area)||29 Oct 2021|
|4143||Kirklees Cleaning Service – King James’s High School (Almondbury Area)||29 Oct 2021|
|4144||Kirklees Cleaning Service – Cleaning Supervisor (King James’s High School)||29 Oct 2021|
|4109||Educational Teaching Assistant – Various Jobs – Woodley School and College||29 Oct 2021|
|4078||Learning Support Assistant – The Brooksbank School||29 Oct 2021|
|4063||Special Needs Teaching Assistant – Co-op Academy Delius||29 Oct 2021|
|3951||Teacher of A Level Drama (Maternity Cover) – Huddersfield New College||29 Oct 2021|
|4140||Adult Workforce Support Officer – Wakefield Council||29 Oct 2021|
|4096||Planning, Preparation and Assessment (PPA) and Leadership Teacher – Upperthong Junior and Infant School||29 Oct 2021|
|4084||Educational Teaching Assistant – Marsden Infant and Nursery School||29 Oct 2021|
|3954||Caretaker – Spring Grove J, I & N School||29 Oct 2021|
|4133||Head of Finance – West Yorkshire Combined Authority||30 Oct 2021|
|3909||Residential Care Officer – Orchard View||31 Oct 2021|
|4039||Quality Compliance Officer – West Yorkshire Combined Authority||31 Oct 2021|
|3997||Passenger Assistant/Occasional Driver – Ethos College||31 Oct 2021|
|3930||Lunchtime Supervisor – Heckmondwike Grammar School||31 Oct 2021|
|3727||Project Officer – Inward Investment||31 Oct 2021|
|4165||Project Officer – Strategy INTERNAL||31 Oct 2021|
|4075||HR Support Officer||31 Oct 2021|
|4107||Councillor Support & Liaison Team Leader||31 Oct 2021|
|4102||Housing Officer||31 Oct 2021|
|4101||Data and Exams Manager – CAPA College||31 Oct 2021|
|4082||Senior Education Teaching Assistant – Complex Communication and Interaction (Including Autism)(Copy)||31 Oct 2021|
|4081||Advanced Education Teaching Assistant – Complex Communication and Interaction (Including Autism)||31 Oct 2021|
|3683||Head of Homes for Children||31 Oct 2021|
|4008||Social Prescribing Link Worker – 7 jobs||31 Oct 2021|
|4055||Specialist Teacher Complex Communication and Interaction (including Autism)||31 Oct 2021|
|4028||Domestic Assistant – Ings Grove House and Castle Grange||31 Oct 2021|
All Stafflex Jobs – Stafflex
- Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
- £110 to £189 Per Day
- Job Type
- 19 Oct 2021
Secondary Supply Teacher We are always on the lookout for adaptable and resourceful qualified Secondary Teachers of all subjects for day to day, long term and permanent assignments. · Location: Huddersfield, West Yorkshire · Salary: £110 to £189 Per Day…
- Halifax, West Yorkshire
- £14.00 to £15.00 Per Hour
- Job Type
- 18 Oct 2021
CNC Turner – Programmer, Setter and Operator Permanent position Pay rate: £14 – £14.50 p/h DOE – Going up to £15 with time served. Hours: 39 hours per week Core hours: Monday – Wednesday – 7am – 4.30pm Friday 7am – 12.30pm with some flexibility 25 days…
- Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
- £22,000 to £26,000
- Job Type
- 18 Oct 2021
Parts Advisor Salary: £22,000 – £26,000 (Dependant on Experience) Hours: Full Time, Monday to Friday. Location: Huddersfield, West Yorkshire Permanent Role Stafflex are seeking an experienced and detail-oriented parts advisor, looking to hit the ground…
- Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
- £19,000 to £20,000
- Job Type
- 8 Oct 2021
Planning Administrator Salary: £19,000 – £20,000 DOE Location: Huddersfield, West Yorkshire Hours: Full Time – 39 Hours, Monday to Friday. Permanent Role Our client is a rapidly expanding, successful company that develops, manufactures, and supplies an…
- Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
- £10. 00 to £12.00 Per Hour
- Job Type
- 6 Oct 2021
Accounts Assistant – Temporary Salary: £10 – £12 DOE Hours: Flexible working – 35 hours. Location: Huddersfield, West Yorkshire A Temporary role has arisen for an experienced accounts person to work with the client for a prolonged period. Our clients are…
- Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
- £10.00 to £12.00 Per Hour
- Job Type
- 6 Oct 2021
Accounts Assistant – Temporary Salary: £10 – £12 DOE Hours: Flexible working – 35 hours. Location: Huddersfield, West Yorkshire A Temporary role has arisen for an experienced accounts person to work with the client for a prolonged period. Our clients are…
- Halifax, West Yorkshire
- £14.22 to £14.97 Per Hour
- Job Type
- 5 Oct 2021
Service Engineer Salary – £14.22 p/h, increasing to £14.97 p/h after probation + Overtime + Bonus Hours – 36 Hours per Week Location – Halifax, West Yorkshire Permanent Are you a driven, well rounded Engineer who is looking for an opportunity to work…
- Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
- £8. 91 Per Hour
- Job Type
- 5 Oct 2021
Trainee Electronic Assembler Salary – Starting at £8.91 p/h – Bonus opportunity for performance based targets Hours – 8:30am – 4:30pm Location – Skelmanthorpe, West Yorkshire Temp – Perm Are you a hands on individual, with an eye for detail and a desire…
- Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
- £8.91 Per Hour
- Job Type
- 1 Oct 2021
Hospitality / Kiosk Staff We have an exciting opportunity for Catering/Kiosk staff to work at John Smith’s stadium. This part-time role involves supporting Huddersfield Town Football Club on match-days throughout this season up until May 2022. Location:…
- West Yorkshire
- £8.91 to £16.00 Per Hour
- Job Type
- 1 Oct 2021
FLT Drivers Stafflex are currently recruiting for FLT Driver’s. We have a number of clients based around the Huddersfield, Brighouse, Bradford and Halifax area with various different roles. Pay: ranging from £8.91p/h – £16p/h Hours: Shift patterns vary,…
Private School Job Vacancies – Huddersfield Grammar School
Application form for teaching and non-teaching vacancies
Huddersfield Grammar School has a positive, professional approach to teaching.
Our teachers are expected to display:
- a high degree of professionalism in the classroom
- a lively engagement with the subject-content of their lessons
- a genuine appreciation for their pupils, and keen interest in their character and development
- above all, and in all things, a clear commitment to teaching excellence
Joining the teaching staff of a Cognita school offers the attractive prospect of:
- working with supportive and engaged parents
- being able to adopt a highly relational approach to teaching
- generally small classes of respectful and well-motivated pupils
- active encouragement to full participation in the extra-curricular life of our schools
- support for your continuing professional development and training from our education team
- a professional teacher network with which to exchange ideas and share best practice
Our schools offer competitive remuneration packages, which are negotiated by schools on an individual basis. Teaching staff also benefit from generous holiday entitlements.
To apply for a teaching or non-teaching role at Huddersfield Grammar School, please see the Cognita Schools careers page for details of any vacancies.
You will also be able to see all the latest Cognita vacancies and find out more about working for a Cognita school.
Cognita Schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, volunteers and other third parties to share this commitment. Safer recruitment practice and pre-employment background checks will be undertaken before any appointment is confirmed. Appointment is subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check for regulated activity (if the candidate has lived in the UK) and/or criminal/police checks for all other countries inhabited (irrespective of whether they worked in those countries).
Jobs in Kirklees – C&K Careers Online
Employers in Kirklees are mostly small private sector businesses on a single site ...
… although there are a number of large employers, including Kirklees Metropolitan Council, the NHS, The University of Huddersfield and several large manufacturing companies, so if you’re looking for work you should consider both large and small employers. Start by searching for local vacancies
Key sectors for the area include:
- World famous high end textiles
- Innovative advanced manufacturing
- Financial, insurance and business services
- Creative and digital businesses, a small but fast growing sector
- Other important sectors of employment include health and social care, education, retail, wholesale and construction
Kirklees Top 100, includes businesses such as:
- Wesco Aircraft – based in Cleckheaton and Clayton West, supplies parts for aircraft from small jets through to commercial airliners and military planes
- SimplyBiz Group – based in Huddersfield, provides financial services technology and outsourced regulatory and business support to the retail financial services market
- Buy It Direct Group – based in Huddersfield, UK online retailer, includes other brands, such as Appliances Direct, Laptops Direct and Furniture 123.
- PPG Architectural Coatings – based in Birstall, paint manufacturer making paint brands Johnstone’s and Leyland
- ALS Laboratories – based in Mirfield, major provider of analytical testing services
- FMG Group – based in Bradley, Huddersfield, the UK provider of fleet incident management and specialist vehicle recovery services
- Thornton & Ross – based in Linthwaite, Huddersfield, UK OTC pharmaceutical manufacturers, includes household names such as Zoflora, Covonia, Cetraben and Hedrin
- Morses Club – based in Batley, major provider of consumer finance to people in the UK
- Continental Wine and Food (CWF) – based in Huddersfield, major importer, agent and distributor of more than 1,500 specialist continental foods, wines, liqueurs and spirits
- MRC Global – based in Cleckheaton, leading supplier of pipes, valves and fittings for the energy market, with a major distribution base, and a valve and engineering centre
Source: Kirklees Top 100, 2020 edition from 3M Buckley Innovation Centre (3M BIC), Huddersfield Examiner, University of Huddersfield, Kirklees CouncilKirkless economic strategy 2019-2025, published 2019, contains further detailed background information on the Kirklees area, including:
|Manufacturing and engineering businesses in Kirklees employ 25,000 people|
|oooooo||This is double the national average for manufacturing and engineering, at 16% of the Kirklees economy. The main areas of expertise include textiles and products such as gears, valves, pumps and turbo chargers. Over 13 times the national average number of people are employed in textiles and nearly three times the national average are employed in manufacturing and engineering businesses.||
|The following companies are listed in the London Stock Exchange Group ‘1000 companies to inspire Britain’ 2019, a directory of fastest growing small and medium-sized companies:|
|Athena Civil Engineering||Construction||Birstall|
|City District Ltd||Food and drink||Huddersfield|
|Jay-Be||Bed manufacturer and retailer||Dewsbury|
|Phoenox Textiles||Flooring textile manufacturer||Huddersfield|
Examples of companies in Kirklees’s key sectors (170kb PDF)
A lot of jobs are thought to be filled by word of mouth, the list below provides . ..
… a guide to the most frequently advertised ONLINE vacancies between 22 May 2018 to 20 May 2019:
Main industry groups advertised online only:
*n. e.c. – not elsewhere classified
The sectors with the largest numbers of employees in Kirklees in 2017 were:
|Sector||No. of employees 2016||No. of employees 2017||Trend|
|Retail and wholesale||28,000||31,000|
|Health and social care||21,000||19,000|
|Accommodation and food services||9,000||10,000|
|Professional, scientific and technical||8,000||9,000|
|Business administration and support services||8,000||9,000|
|Transport and storage||7,000||7,000||
|Arts, entertainment and recreation||No reliable data||3,000|
Source: BRES via NOMIS October 2018 (data rounded to nearest 100)
Page updated June 201990,000 Moving Up: Treve Chalobah | Official site
When we met with you for an interview last year, you mentioned that the center of midfield is the position you would like to play in on a regular basis, and this is how it worked out this season . ..
“Playing in midfield last season was a new experience for me, but now I feel good in this position. Of course, I am still learning, and I still need to develop and improve. I played the Eight as well as the Six, so it was great to learn how to play in those positions. “
Paulo Ferreira is your rental mentor this season. How helpful is it to have the support of someone with such a wealth of experience playing at the highest level to seek advice if something needs to happen?
“I communicate closely with Paulo. He comes to many of my matches and always communicates with me. He helped me a lot at Huddersfield. We are working on what I need to improve, and I have taken this into service this season, so he definitely played a big role in what I added this year. “
And of course you have an older brother Nathaniel (playing at Watford) who can give some tips …
“We keep in touch all the time. Even when I was at Chelsea, he always gave me advice. He is one of those who have helped a lot in my career. He played at the highest level in the Premier League, and we always communicate. He tells me what to do and what not to do, so it’s great when you have someone who can watch from the outside and help. ”
Speaking of Chelsea, some of your old friends in the Academy age group have proven themselves well on Frank Lampard’s squad today…
“I was very happy for them. I talk to them almost every day – Rhys (James), Mason (Mount), Fikayo (Tomori), Tammy (Abraham), each of them. I’m just happy for them because it shows that the hard work they’ve done over the years on loan has paid off. ”
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“Our city’s football club is dead.”
One of the Huddersfield newspapers came out with this headline in the fall of 1919. Rumors quickly spread throughout the city that the days of Huddersfield Town Football Club were numbered. It was said that the owners were determined to move him to Leeds, and even secretly began negotiations for a merger with representatives of the local club. They saw football in Huddersfield as a hopeless venture, and they generally had good reason to think so.
The local rugby club had it all: more than half a century of history, three championships and crowds. For a little more than ten years of its existence, the football brother only accumulated debts, considering the season to be successful if the team finished it in the top ten of the Second Division. They were called so that there was no doubt about the status of everyone: rugby players – “Giants” (the name of the club is “Huddersfield Giants”), football players – “Babes” (the first nickname of “Huddersfield Town” – “The Babes”; famous now “Terriers” appeared much later, in the late 1960s).
In general, a hundred years ago in Huddersfield, nobody cared about football.
So it seemed exactly until the moment when the owners decided to move to Leeds, where there was support, where there was potential, but where they just lost a Football League club due to the liquidation of Leeds City.
According to the old English tradition, as soon as the matter touched the house, the community remembered that it should be a fortress. Suddenly it was discovered that football is of great interest to both local fans and wealthy entrepreneurs in Huddersfield.Indeed, this West Yorkshire city was wealthy enough at the time to afford a successful club in yet another sport. The products of the local textile industry were highly regarded throughout the world, and their development stimulated the growth of enterprises in related industries.
Local businessmen chipped in, fans poured into the stadium, the team began to win one victory after another, and the stage company, which at that time was touring the city with the production of Aladdin, presented the football club with the symbolic Aladdin lamp.
For good luck.
So in Huddersfield they saved their football club, and luck accompanied it throughout the twenties of the last century.
Already at the end of that troubled 1919/20 season, Huddersfield got a ticket to the First Division and reached the FA Cup final, where only in extra time they lost to Aston Villa.
– Listen, Herbert, you should definitely give it a try. I would like to play another season, but for you this work is just right.
Walter Bull kicked off his sweat-soaked uniform and paddled with his bare feet toward the bathroom in Tottenham’s locker room.
– Well, are you going?
But a plump 29-year-old insider named Herbert Chapman continued to sit on the bench in thought. He was going to finally quit football and do what he dreamed of doing all his adult life – to return to the mine. But not to go down into the mine after his father, who could neither read nor write, but to work in the mine administration. In the end, he had a degree in mining engineering, he knew how to lead a team, and football …
So what football?
To be completely honest, Herbert was the most mediocre player.”Good at tackling, has a sharp pass, but falls out of the game from time to time.” So the newspapers wrote about him. Harry’s younger brother, he was not bad – more than three hundred games for Wednesday from Sheffield, two league titles, the FA Cup, and Herbert did not look very much like a football player.
– But you know how to lead. That’s what you’ll have to do at Northampton, right?
His wife’s support was crucial and Herbert Chapman applied for the vacant managerial position at Northampton Town, which had just finished the 1906/07 season in last place not even in the Football League but in the Southern League.
This is a good place to start. No expectations, in case of failure, no one will notice.
But Herbert Chapman was not going to fail.
He did not need a mining engineer diploma.
And Walter Bull, by the way, did become the manager of Northampton – right after Chapman. One season was enough for him to make sure that he gave his friend the right advice in due time.
Walter Bull did not coach anyone else.
The nodal points in the biographies of the football club from Huddersfield and manager Herbert Chapman coincided in an amazing way, and sooner or later they inevitably had to intersect.
1907 The Huddersfield Town Football Club was established. Then Chapman starts working with Northampton.
1912 Huddersfield, a run-of-the-mill Second Division underdog, is struggling to avoid bankruptcy, and Chapman, who has become the Southern League champion with Northampton and has never been below 8th in the table in five years, gets a job at Leeds City. …
1919 Leeds City was suspected of illegal payments to football players during the war and was liquidated – not so much for this as for refusing to provide accounting documents.The team is sold out at auction, and the leaders, including manager Herbert Chapman, have been banned from football for life. Those events in Leeds, as we already know, could have led to the disappearance of the football club in Huddersfield.
But Huddersfield Town stayed in town and Chapman got the suspension canceled. He proved that during the First World War he worked as a manager at a military plant and was not involved in the affairs of the team.
Finally, February 1, 1921. Huddersfield is accepting Herbert Chapman as assistant manager with a salary higher than manager Ambrose Langley and with the right to attend club board meetings.
Very soon it became clear who was really in charge of the club.
Two months later Ambrose Langley asked for resignation, received £ 550 from the club in gratitude, returned to Sheffield and bought the pub.
Harry Chapman, who once played with Langley at Wednesday, over a pint of ale, patted his old friend’s back encouragingly: “Well, I told you about my brother, didn’t I? Admit it, he’s good. ”
Langley just nodded silently.
There was no point in arguing with that.
– Gentlemen, we have a talented, but mostly young team. She needs a general who can lead. I have a suitable candidate, Clem Stevenson, and I know how we can get him.
Herbert Chapman did not waste his time on trifles. It should be understood that Clem Stevenson was highly regarded in football at the time. The press called him a strategist because he knew how to predict events on the field several moves ahead. He worked with the ball without externalities, but very efficiently. It was Stevenson who became the best player in the FA Cup final lost by Huddersfield. For Clem, it was the second Cup with the Birmingham, three more times he and the team became vice-champion.
No one could understand why Stevenson was persistently not invited to the England national team.
Members of the board listened with disbelief to Chapman, but he did not lose his enthusiasm – he knew how to be convincing. He knew it was really hard to get only the aged Northampton chairman Pat Darnell when he wanted to buy Wales defender Edwin Lloyd-Davis.At that time Chapman had only been working at Northampton for a few months, but the team itself – remember? – just finished last in the Southern League. But the manager managed to convince the club, which had never paid even a penny for anything, to shell out £ 400 at a time when the world transfer record was only two and a half times that high.
And here – one of the best players in the country, playing at that time in one of the most titled clubs.
But Chapman had good sources of information.He knew that the relationship between Aston Villa and Stevenson was getting worse and worse every day. The club ceased to like the fact that Clem continued to live in his native mining village in Northumberland, and only showed up in Birmingham on match day. He categorically refused to make concessions to the club and move to Midland. At the same time, Stevenson is already 31 years old, he has a beer belly, although he once had a reputation as a strong sprinter.
Chapman intercepted Stevenson on his way home to Leeds.
– You will live where you want yourself.
– By hand.
Immediately after Stevenson’s debut for Huddersfield, Ambrose Langley resigned. Buying a playmaker of that level was a strong move.
And this move was not made by him.
Three years later, Clem Stevenson will finally play for England. By that time, his family will have firmly settled in Huddersfield, and Stevenson will remain in this city until his death.
– You will live where you want yourself.
Not everyone was delighted with the way Herbert Chapman recruited his team. The day after Huddersfield won their second championship, the editor of the local newspaper pointed out in an editorial that the team did not include a single native of the city, and although “this is the way of modern football”, many do not understand “how fans can support football players gathered in all cities of the country ”.
However, the editor himself noted that “only a small number of fans perceive football as an art form,” while the overwhelming majority is no different from ordinary theater drama lovers and for them “it does not matter where the player they are applauding comes from, since there is a reason to applaud. “”So let the number of such fans grow!” – the article ended pathetically.
I don’t want to get the impression that Huddersfield has forged victories by simply buying up all the best players in Britain. Stevenson’s case was more of an exception to the rule, the very move that bolstered Chapman’s profile within the club and demonstrated to everyone else the sagacity of Huddersfield’s management.
Chapman knew how to discern talent before competitors, or to see something in someone in whom no one noticed anything special.
… Sam Wadsworth returned from the war with a shrapnel crippled left ankle. For Sam, who had played on the left attacking flank in the reserve team of Blackburn before the war, such an injury could be a death sentence. The army doctor assured that the wound would surely heal and his left leg would be even stronger than his right, but the home club did not share such optimism. Wadsworth left for the Nelson Regional League where Chapman noticed him.
A year after joining Huddersfield, Wadsworth made his debut for England, which he soon became captain, considered one of the strongest left-backs of the 1920s.He possessed a positional flair, read the game perfectly and knew how to perform accurate long passes to the striker’s legs – Chapman demanded that his defenders not just kick the ball away from the goal, but were the organizers of attacks and counterattacks. Realizing that after being wounded, he would no longer be able to run so fast, Wadsworth continued to diligently work on speed, every workout, running in a race with his beloved terrier.
Chapman valued hard work and the ability to sacrifice himself for the team.
… George Brown was only 18 years old, and he worked in one of the mines near Newcastle.The fact that this guy has a phenomenal right hand, Chapman scouted even before the representatives of “Newcastle United”. He appeared in the village in the summer of 1922 in person, talked to George’s mother, and when he learned that her son had gone to collect coal for the hearth, he went in search of him.
– Son, are you George Brown? My name is Herbert Chapman. We just won the FA Cup and I want you to play for Huddersfield Town.
Not remembering himself with happiness, Brown threw a wheelbarrow with coal in the middle of the street, but Chapman immediately pulled him back:
– First of all, you must bring this coal home. Your mom is waiting.
Huddersfield paid £ 75 for George Brown, and the striker, nicknamed the Bomber (remember the phenomenal right hand?), Scored 159 goals in eight years with the team, still the club’s record. He also played for the England national team.
… But it was impossible to quietly turn the transfer of Alex Jackson.
Therefore, it turned out to be a real detective story.
Alex Jackson is only 19 years old, but has already played a year in the United States for the team from Pennsylvania, returned to his homeland, made a splash on the right flank of the Aberdeen attack and became a solid player in the base of the Scottish national team.
Chapman agreed with the chairman of the board of Aberdeen on the amount of the transfer, but Sunderland and Liverpool did not give up hopes of getting talent. Representatives of the Merseyside club even arrived in Glasgow, where Jackson lived, and, with the permission of the management of Aberdeen, entered into negotiations with Alex. Chapman was the only one who knew about this in a known way and began to act.
Around 10 pm Jackson was returning home when, near Sachihall Street station, he was stopped by a stranger who insisted on following him.The stranger turned out to be a private detective, who all night did not take his eyes off Jackson, until in the morning Chapman arrived at the secret apartment from Huddersfield. Together they went home to Alex’s parents, where Herbert had no difficulty in enchanting the whole family.
– Sign, please, here and here, Mr. Jackson. Thanks. Now I suggest that everyone go to the pub together and celebrate this event with a glass of wine. The boy can have lemonade.
Known as a great master of dribbling and free kicks, Alex Jackson was rightfully considered one of the strongest players in his role during the period between the two world wars.At the end of the second of them, he died tragically, having crashed in Egypt, not having time to demobilize from the army.
… Going with the director of Huddersfield Dick Parker to Oldham for goalkeeper Ted Taylor, Chapman, as if by chance, dropped in a taxi:
– Remember, Mr. Parker, neither you nor I know anything about Taylor, we are interested in something completely different goalkeeper. The one that Oldham would never let go.
– But …
– You, most importantly, keep your mouth shut – I will speak.
Difficult negotiations with the management of “Oldham” lasted for several hours until everyone was completely exhausted. And then Chapman, depicting despair on his face, asked:
– Maybe you have some other goalkeeper? What’s his name? Ted Taylor? Can I look at him?
Ted Taylor turned out to be a 35-year-old dandy of average height with neatly slicked hair and the looks of a movie star.
Oldham didn’t bargain for him at all.
With only nine appearances for Huddersfield, Taylor made his England debut.
It was really his team. Herbert Chapman’s team. At a time when the manager was an exclusively administrative figure, and in many clubs this position was generally called secretary-manager, when the players could not see their manager for weeks, when the members of the club’s board determined the composition for the game, Chapman could not simply sign salary checks.
He cared about everything.
And he demanded from others the appropriate, that is, professional attitude.
Back in Leeds, returning from one of the away matches, Chapman noticed on the train how vividly the players exchange opinions during the game of cards. So vivid that sometimes pour water at least. “I thought it would be nice if they talked about our football game just as hotly.”
Team meetings have become a tradition at Huddersfield as well. “The strength of his teams was that Chapman didn’t just choose the squad for the game, he taught the players to think about the match,” writes The Times later in the great coach’s obituary.
Chapman generally tried to make the players spend as much time as possible together. Joint lunches. Playing golf, cricket or billiards. Trips to theaters and music halls. A trip to the sea. Just walks in the fresh air. He could not allow the players to see each other in his team only on the day of the game.
The minutes of the first meetings of Huddersfield with Chapman recorded his demand “to offer new contracts to footballers Watson, Cawthorne and Islip only if they move to Huddersfield as soon as possible.”
Around the same time, another entry appeared in the minutes: “The club’s board has decided to transfer to the manager full authority in determining the composition of the team for the game.”
It was no longer just evidence of the highest level of trust. It was a real breakthrough.
But without a result, even such a strong leader as Chapman could not keep all these privileges for a long time.
In his first season, 1921/22, Chapman led Huddersfield to the FA Cup Final. It was the team’s second cup final in two years, but now the rival was Preston, a club that had already lost the glory of the legendary Invincibles in those years.
A week before the final, these teams faced each other in a championship match. Final rehearsal, as they say. But in fact, it was a much more important match – it was a struggle for survival. Huddersfield have won just one victory in 14 league appearances. Preston have not scored in 13 away games in a row. Huddersfield had 33 points and Preston 35.Chapman’s team won with a score of 6: 0.
A controversial penalty shot by Huddersfield striker Billy Smith decided the unseemly final. On the same day, Arsenal beat Bradford City (2: 0) away, and both participants in the final escaped the threat of relegation.
But Huddersfield also went home with the club’s first ever trophy.
Ten days later, Huddersfield beat national champion Liverpool in the FA Super Cup at Old Trafford. 1: 0.
One match. One goal. One solution.
You can go as long as you like to success or failure, but in the end it all comes down to one match, one goal, one decision.
On May 3, 1924, the fate of the new champion of England was determined. New – because on the last day of the season only two teams were competing for the title, and none of them had ever been the best.
Cardiff City or Huddersfield Town.
Cardiff’s ascent story could have been even more exciting than Huddersfield’s. First, the Wales representative did not become a member of the Football League until 1920. Secondly, never before has the championship cup left England.
All that was required from Cardiff was to beat Birmingham away with any score, which could no longer finish above 14th place. Huddersfield played at home against Nottingham, which in theory were in danger of being relegated. Both matches started at the same time.There were a little over a hundred miles between cities, but for that era it was like playing on different planets.
Everyone had to do their job, and only then could they find out how the competitor was doing.
Huddersfield fans were convinced that their team had missed their chance when they lost 1-3 to Aston Villa three days earlier. Therefore, there were slightly fewer spectators in the Leeds Road stands than at a regular match. Few believed Cardiff would stumble. Huddersfield played the first half nervously.David Steele’s goal was canceled for offside. George Cook’s goal was scored by the Rochdale referee Harold Hopkinson. 1: 0.
During a break by phone, it was reported that in Birmingham the score was 0: 0.
This result was made champion by Cardiff thanks to the better goal ratio (goals scored divided by conceded). Huddersfield needed to score at least twice more without conceding.
Last season, Chapman’s team rolled powerfully to the finish line, having won six consecutive victories in March-April and being in the final table in a record-high third place for themselves. Few people paid attention to this then, but many remembered the form of Huddersfield now, when the team at the finish line won only one match out of seven and now depended on the outcome of the match with the participation of Cardiff.
After the break in Huddersfield it started pouring rain, but the team clearly calmed down. Cook after the transfer of Billy Smith made the score 2: 0, and ten minutes later, George Brown scored the third goal. Shortly before the final whistle, Steele, having beaten several rivals, entered the shock position, but shot inaccurately.
3: 0 – is this enough or not?
Nobody leaves the stadium. Fans are milling about in the stands. Football players abruptly talk at the edge of the field.
Everyone is waiting.
A small room with a telephone at the end of the main stand of the Leeds Road stadium at that moment became the center of the universe for them.
Finally, the door swung open. Herbert Chapman showed up. The gazes of all those present were fixed on him. For a moment it was difficult to understand what message he had just received.But Chapman could not hold back for a long time – he smiled broadly and shouted:
– We are the champions!
Cardiff and Birmingham played 0-0.
Only later did the details of the match in Birmingham become known. In the second half, a penalty kick was awarded to the hosts’ goal for playing with a hand. Cardiff veterans Jack Evans and Jimmy Gill refused to approach the ball. And then the team captain Fred Kienor said:
– Let the young one beat.
“Young” is the 25-year-old Len Davis’ top sniper.
And although Davis had never taken a penalty before, but as Athletic News, the main British sports publication of that time, would later write about this match, “he approached the ball with the aplomb of an experienced scorer, too confident and not very practical”.
Davis hit with all his might right in the center of the goal. Dan Tremelling, Birmingham goalkeeper, seemed to be waiting for that.
Len Davis remains the top scorer in Cardiff City history today.
But even today he is more remembered for one goal that he did not score.
I V N P M O
1. Huddersfield 42 23 11 8 60-33 57
2. Cardiff City 42 22 13 7 61-34 57
3. Sunderland 42 22 9 11 71-54 53
Huddersfield became the champion thanks to the best goal ratio. The difference was only twenty-four thousandth goals.
Representatives of Cardiff City immediately delivered a congratulatory telegram to the champions. Although one can only imagine how bitter they felt at the same time.
Today, when the goal difference is calculated, Cardiff would have won the championship by scoring just one more goal.
Win Huddersfield not 3-0, but 2-0, and Davis’s miss would not matter – the championship cup would go to Wales. Beat Huddersfield not 3-0, but 4-1, and the goal ratio would again be in Cardiff’s favor.
Would Huddersfield have managed to score their historic championship hat-trick then? Or maybe in his place would be Cardiff, which after the shock in Birmingham never fought for the championship again? Would Herbert Chapman get a job at Arsenal a year later, which made his name first world famous and then immortal?
One match. One goal. One solution.
At the championship banquet, Huddersfield CEO Joe Barlow said he was confident that the team would be number one again a year later.
– Because Mr. Herbert Chapman is the best manager in England and Mr. Jack Chaplin is the best coach in England.
They played together for Tottenham, then Chapman called an old friend for a coaching position, first at Leeds City, then at Huddersfield. In the memoirs of witnesses of those legendary events for the club, Chapman and Chaplin are inextricably linked.Chapman himself paid tribute to his assistant’s insight in assessing the level of players, and his ability to prepare the team, to help the players develop their abilities.
After the championship season, only one newcomer appeared in the team – miniature winger Joe Williams, nicknamed “Tiny” (height – 160 cm). The first thing he heard from Chapman: “If you want to be successful in this team, you must, like everyone else, be a gentleman on and off the field. No girls, no smokes, and no motorcycles.You can drink. But in moderation. ”
Second championship Huddersfield won against Bolton and West Brom. Chapman’s team started the season with ten matches unbeaten, and ended it with an unbeaten streak of 17 matches, losing only once after the New Year.
I V N P M O
1. Huddersfield 42 21 16 5 69–28 58
2. West Brom 42 23 10 9 58–34 56
3. Bolton 42 22 11 9 76–34 55
The title was awarded a round to the finish in an away match with Notts County, which ended in a 1: 1 draw.
This match took place on April 29, 1925, and on May 11, the Athletic News published a note as follows:
“Arsenal Football Club announces a vacancy for a team manager position. The candidate must be experienced and of the very best, both professional and personal. For gentlemen who expect to create a good team solely at the expense of exorbitant expenses, please do not worry. ”
Arsenal finished in 20th place that season, just above the relegation zone, and this announcement could hardly have anything to do with business at Huddersfield. The Gunners were known primarily for their authoritarian and eccentric owner, Henry Norris. He showed discernment, moving the club from an awkward stadium on the southeast outskirts of London to the north of the capital before the war, and then proved to be dodgy and cunning when, immediately after the war, he knocked out a place for his team in the First Division.
The managers had a hard time working with him. For Leslie Knighton, for example, Norris set original transfer restrictions. Firstly, it was forbidden to sign players worth more than £ 1,000 (while a performer of just good quality at that time was already worth three thousand).Secondly, the Arsenal player could not be less than 172 cm tall.
Chapman, however, showed a keen interest in this announcement. They say that in fact, Arsenal went to Chapman a little earlier, and the announcement was made more likely to comply with the norms of decency, because Henry Norris had by that time managed to get a verbal agreement from the best manager of the country.
Whatever it was, but Chapman probably saw not only the 20th place in the final table. He turned his attention to another table, the home attendance table, in which Arsenal were in first place, attracting an audience almost twice that of champion Huddersfield.
And Arsenal were willing to pay Chapman twice as much as Huddersfield.
As old as the world.
And the first thing Chapman did at Arsenal was to buy striker Charlie Buchan, who ended up costing the club £ 4,100.
Chapman remained Chapman, Arsenal became Arsenal, and Huddersfield continued to rewrite history.
Steel-rimmed glasses. Three-piece suit. A tube. Thin facial features and a little shy smile. Cecil Potter, 36, looked more like a trainee high school teacher than a football manager.
Nevertheless, he almost achieved success with Derby County. Almost – because in three years of work at this club, Potter lost in the FA Cup semi-finals and twice found himself on the verge of entering the First Division. In the same season that Huddersfield won their “arithmetic championship”, Derby lost the elite ticket to Bury because of an even smaller difference in goal ratio – fourteen thousandths.
In the end, Potter gave up his football venture and returned to his native Sussex.Trade in milk.
But very soon he was called to Huddersfield.
The team’s chances for a third consecutive championship before the start of the season were not considered very high. More thoughtful experts speculated about how difficult it would be for Potter to replace a figure as large as Chapman, pointing out that it will take time for the team and the new manager to get to know and learn each other better. In addition, it was not clear how Huddersfield, whose results primarily depended on reliable play on the defensive, would adapt to the new offside rule, which made it easier for the attackers to work.Observers, however, simply limited themselves to stating that “nothing like this has ever happened before in history. ”
Indeed, in the 37 years of the Football League’s existence, no one has managed to win the championship three times in a row. Preston, Sunderland, Aston Villa, again Aston Villa, Wednesday, Liverpool – all of them managed to defend the title, but no one could do it in another season.
“The manager has changed, the rules have changed, but the players have remained the same,” retorted the optimists.
And they were right.
Huddersfield started the season again with ten unbeaten games, which, together with a streak in the second half of the season, meant that the team never lost in 27 matches from January to the end of October 1925. Before the then Burnley’s record of 30 matches, it was just a little short.
But even two defeats in three rounds from Newcastle (0: 1) and Aston Villa (0: 3) benefited the team – the rivals stopped getting ready for the matches with Huddersfield as a cup final.
Since the beginning of the season, Sunderland and Arsenal have alternately led the table, but in February-March Huddersfield, as an experienced stayer, made a decisive breakthrough. Seven wins and a draw in eight matches. The competitors, gasping for air, were left behind. In the final standings, Huddersfield are a full five points ahead of … well, of course, Arsenal, allowing themselves to lose the last two matches.
“The miracle team of our time”, – the press was delighted. The club received heaps of congratulations from all over the world, and the Football League presented Huddersfield with a commemorative shield to commemorate their third consecutive championship.
But any victory has enough critics. William Buchier of the Sunday News said Huddersfield “bought the league title” by signing Scottish striker Willie Devlin for £ 4,000 in March. Others believed that Potter’s team was fortunate enough to be spared by injury.
The truth is that Devlin played in only four of the eleven matches, and Huddersfield had as many injuries as their competitors – just a strong reserve team that became the champion in their league for the second season in a row made it easy to bear the loss of someone. then out of the leaders.
And Huddersfield adjusted to the new offside rule quite calmly – central midfielder Tom Wilson began to perform more defensive functions.
I V N P M O
1. Huddersfield 42 23 11 8 92-60 57
2. Arsenal 42 22 8 12 87-63 52
3. Sunderland 42 21 6 15 96 –80 48
Just four days before the start of the new 1926/27 season, Huddersfield released the sensational news of the termination of Cecil Potter’s contract.Taken by surprise, the press spread the assumption that Potter “wanted to be around frequently ill children,” and this version was completely satisfactory for both the club and the manager.
In fact, the club became the initiator of the resignation when he learned that Potter, without informing anyone, had agreed on exhibition matches for the championship team.
The golden chapter of the Huddersfield Town story has been completed.
Until the outbreak of World War II, this team was still in sight. She finished the next two seasons after her historic success in the rank of vice-champion, again managing to become the second also in the 1933/34 season. During the same period, Huddersfield played five times in the FA Cup semi-finals and three times in the final.
However, after 1926, he did not win any more trophies.
Herbert Chapman created the legendary Arsenal, which, unlike Huddersfield, managed to remain among the football aristocrats of England. He died suddenly of pneumonia, just two weeks before he was 56 years old.
His loyal assistant Jack Chaplin remained at Huddersfield until the outbreak of World War II, including three seasons as team manager and nearly making a double in 1927-28. He died under obscure circumstances on Easter 1952. Presumably, Chaplin was poisoned by his wife, who immediately committed suicide by taking a lethal dose of barbiturates.
Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United will later receive the shield for three consecutive titles. But “Huddersfield Town” will remain the very first in history.
Last August, Huddersfield started in the elite division for only their third season in 61 years. And yet this club still has the same league titles as Leeds.
And more than Tottenham.
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Huddersfield Town – Birmingham City forecast October 20, 2021 21:45
Huddersfield as the home team got the team of Birmingham in the competition “England. Championship”.The stadium for the meeting will be Gaston Never (La Rochelle).
The tie between these teams took place 7 months ago. There is an opportunity to try again to identify the strongest.
Lately the teams have played 3 times against each other. It is difficult to predict in advance how the match between these rivals will turn out, as the games are tense
Huddersfield: Huddersfield is seventh out of 24 in the standings. Coach Corberan, Carlos continues to work with a team that is in middle form.
The team has been able to show more organized defense on the road lately. A bit about previous games:
The last time the team played at home against a club from the city of Blackburn – Blackburn Rovers 11 days ago. A gorgeous shootout in the form of an abundance of goals certainly delighted the fans. The winners represented by this team were able to score just one more goal. But that was enough to win.
Prior to this, the Huddersfield Town team played against Swansea City in an away match.The minimum score difference was recorded, but the club lost
Birmingham: Birmingham is 15th out of 24 in the standings. This team is coached by Boer, Lee. The team is in terrible shape.
The team has problems with converting in recent meetings, while mistakes in defense have not gone away. Let’s take a look at the statistics:
The last time the Birmingham City team had an away match with the Queen’s Park Rangers, it took place 11 days ago.Unfortunately, this game brought the team an offensive defeat. The club conceded twice and did not realize itself in the attack
The match earlier the Birmingham City team had a home match with the Preston North End club, it took place 14 days ago. In this meeting, a draw was recorded, which could hardly satisfy this team
Bookmakers give a slight preference to the Huddersfield team, the odds for winning are 2.34 – League bets
Predictions Kush in sports Huddersfield – Birmingham
The Birmingham team had a terrible period of 5 matches by beating 1 of them.You can bet on the fact that they will lose again for 2.34 – Betting League
The Birmingham team shows a rather restrained game, and in the matches with its participation the bet is very rare. Both will score – yes. Therefore, we can assume that this trend will continue 1.91 – 1X bet
In 5 games, the Huddersfield team showed the total of goals scored and conceded equal to 14. The games of the Huddersfield team pleases us with good offense and implementation of chances, so you can try to take TB 2. 5 2.21 – Betting League
Zenit (Amateur) – Rubin (Amateur) prediction and bets from a professional on football 10/18/21
On October 18, 2021, the third football match of this season between Zenit (Amateur) and Rubin (Amateur) teams will take place. In the first meeting, the Zenit (Amateur) players won 2-0, but in the second match FC Rubin (Amateur) was stronger, winning 3-2. This match will start at 12:20 Moscow time and should show which team is stronger this season. The fight takes place within the framework of the national cup, so the title is at stake.
To write previews for matches in which such masters as the players of the Zenit (Amateur) team and the Rubin (Amateur) team will be rivals, it is not only interesting, but also informative. We always try to use different sources of information so that our forecasts have a high probability of passability. Of course, the matches that we choose for forecasting play an important role. For example, the match between Zenit (Amateur) and Rubin (Amateur) will be of interest to many football fans, since famous football players will meet each other, who annually compete with each other not only for the title of the best football club, but also for the title of the best football players. It is clear that rarely a fan will be able to refrain from betting on this match, especially since the bookmakers offer for this confrontation just a huge line with main and additional bets. Our task is to reflect our vision of the match, drawing the attention of bettors to the most interesting offers in the line of bookmakers. Team Zenit (Amateur) and Team Rubin (Amateur) are clubs whose play is always focused on only one result – victory. And this match will not be an exception, rather, on the contrary, winning this match will be the greatest desire of both teams, respectively, there will be even more dangerous moments than in any ordinary match, the main question is whether the game will be effective.And here we say the unequivocal “YES”!
BETS / RATIOS OF BOOKMEKING OFFICES ON MATCH Zenit (Amateur) – Rubin (Amateur):
win Zenit (amateur) – 2.17, draw – 6.8, win Rubin (amateur) – 2.17
Forecast for the match Zenit (amateur) – Rubin (amateur) (RPL 6 × 6, national reversal match, Sunday, September 22): Football club Zenit (amateur) received from bookmakers a quote of 2.