The Terriers still have six games to play in what has been a miserable 2018/19 season
Huddersfield have been relegated from the Premier League, and it’s been coming.
Even the most ardent Terriers fan would admit the club have looked out of their depth throughout the season, having only amassed three wins out of a possible 32.
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Their fate was sealed following their 2-0 defeat at Crystal Palace and wins for Burnley and Southampton on Saturday.
Jan Siewert’s men are currently on 14 points with a goal difference of -41 and there are still six games to go of what’s been a miserable 2018/19 campaign.
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Huddersfield won promotion to the top flight at the end of the 2016/17 season and managed to stay up largely thanks to the splendid work of former manager David Wagner.
However, Wagner left his role in January and it was even clear at that point that it would take a miracle to keep them up.
Ironically, Huddersfield’s first win in the Premier League last season was a triumph over Palace at Selhurst Park in August 2017 so the Terriers’ experience has gone full circle.
Huddersfield will play in the Championship next season