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Wagner leaves as manager as last-place EPL team Huddersfield

Seattle Times Monday, 14 January 2019
Wagner leaves as manager as last-place EPL team HuddersfieldHUDDERSFIELD, England (AP) — David Wagner has left his position as manager of Huddersfield, with the team in last place in the English Premier League and eight points from safety. Huddersfield says the decision was by mutual consent after Wagner held talks with the club’s board on Monday. Huddersfield chairman Dean Hoyle says he had […]
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Huddersfield have announced the departure of manager David Wagner by mutual consent. The Terriers sit bottom of the Premier League after Saturday's goalless draw at Cardiff halted a club record nine straight defeats in all competitions.

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