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Huddersfield Town AFC - Book Selection

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We have put this football book selection together to cover the history of the Huddersfield Town Football Club

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Title: Huddersfield Town Miscellany: Terriers Trivia, History, Facts and Stats

Author: Tony Matthews

Published: September 2014

Title: Underdog: The Inside story of Huddersfield Town and Their 2016-17 Promotion Campaign

Author: Raj Baines

Published: October 2017

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