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Wagner leaves bottom-club Huddersfield by mutual consent

SBS Monday, 14 January 2019 ()
LONDON (Reuters) - Huddersfield Town parted company with manager David Wagner by mutual consent on Monday, with the German leaving the club at the bottom of the Premier League after winning just two games all season.
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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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