Hoyle: Terriers and Norwich are best

11 March 2010 11:24
The two sides clash at the Galpharm Stadium on Saturday when Huddersfield manager Lee Clark faces his former club and Hoyle has urged Terriers fans to play their full part as play-off chasing Town defend an unbeaten home record.

Hoyle said: "It promises to be a great game on Saturday between two of the best footballing sides in the division.

"We're expecting one of our biggest gates of the season so far and I would encourage everyone to make as much noise as possible as we look to continue our push for the play-offs.

"We're the only remaining holders of an unbeaten home record in the Football League and I'm confident that with (the fans') backing that will still be the case after the weekend."

Town boss Clark spent two years as assistant to former Norwich manager Glenn Roeder at Carrow Road before being installed as Stan Ternent's successor at the Galpharm in December 2008.

Source: Team_Talk

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