Huddersfield boss laughs off Premier League table

  • Huddersfield boss laughs off Premier League table

Huddersfield boss laughs off Premier League table

Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner: "We came into the game quite well".

Crystal Palace spent the past championship extremely unstable, going for a long time in the relegation zone, then gave out a series of successful matches, and filled the finish of the season.

New Crystal Palace manager Frank De Boer was, well, frank when he confirmed that a new goalkeeper was top of his club's priorities in the final few weeks of the transfer window.

It got even better just three minutes later.

He added: "Steve Mounie missed a big chance, we spoke about this rather than the two goals".

Crystal Palace are missing Yohan Cabaye, James McArthur and Bakary Sako for their opening game of the season against Huddersfield.

The Terriers will embark on their inaugural Premier League campaign with a new man wearing the armband as Wagner has named right-back Tommy Smith captain.

"I wasn't surprised by Huddersfield, we were well-prepared for how they played".

The Eagles improved after the interval but despite their pretty play they struggled to create chances, while their defence continued to look shaky. He has done well to sign Chelsea youngster Ruben Loftus-Cheek on loan, while also bringing in 20-year-old defender Jairo Riedewald from Ajax.

"It can not be a better day for a new striker in the Premier League", Wagner added. We started well but after 10 minutes the game changed.

"It's a very hard lesson for everybody, for me, the staff, the players. because especially on the highest level football will always decide the details".

Well in, Pards. But we're not asking you to recall when a team scored - but who netted that first goal.