Jamie Carragher has given his thoughts on David Wagner leaving Huddersfield Town earlier today.
The Terriers are having a disastrous season in the Premier League and are currently at the bottom of the table with just two wins from 22 matches.
Former Liverpool defensive ace turned Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher has given his views on the departure of David Wagner from the post of manager of Huddersfield Town on mutual consent. The Terriers are currently at the bottom of the Premier League table and are set to face the possibility of relegation at the end of the season.
Carragher said, “Everyone thought they were down, really. We have seen teams in this situation before prove us totally wrong. I think it’s just sad the way it’s ended. It’s by mutual consent, which I actually believe for once, but what a story. What a job that man has done: getting Huddersfield in the Premier League, keeping them up.”
He added, “It was always going to be difficult every season and they were eventually going to go down at some stage. It looks like it is going to be this season, but he will be remembered very fondly at Huddersfield and who knows, if they go down this season, how long it will be before they ever get back in the Premier League. What’s happened there, certainly in his two-and-a-half years he’s been there, has been an absolute fairy tale.”