Huddersfield Town’s new manager Jan Siewert insists he will implement his own style to keep the Terriers in the Premier League.
David Wagner’s sudden departure from the club left them in a mess but the Yorkshire giants have found a solution as they appointed the former Borussia Dortmund reserve manager.
Incidentally, Wagner also had arrived at the John Smith’s stadium and brought back the club to the top flight after a gap of 45 years. But somehow he hasn’t had the luck this time as Huddersfield are currently struggling at the bottom of the relegation zone.
Siewart naturally has a mountain to climb but insists he will do this in his own way. “I always did it my way so I can’t be compared to David Wagner because he’s a fantastic manager and had so much success here.
“But now it’s my role here. It’s a new chapter and the most important thing is that I’m used to working with professional players, at Dortmund I had some great opportunities and now I’d like to challenge myself.”
“Of course there are similarities
But the most important thing is I’m Jan Siewert and I have to do it my way as David did it his way. We should not compare us two because that’s not possible.”