Lincoln City boss Danny Cowley has agreed to become the new director of Huddersfield Town, Sky Sports News understands.
After handling only one victory from his 19 matches in charge of the Yorkshire side jan Siewert departed Huddersfield.
Following the German’s dismissal, Mark Hudson was called the Terriers’ boss and oversaw his Sky Bet Championship matches against Reading, Cardiff and Luton, which ended in defeats.
Huddersfield are now second from bottom in the Championship table after earning 1 point from six games at the start of the season.
Cowley, who has been in control of Lincoln for the previous 3 years distanced himself out of a movement night.
He explained:”For people, no disrespect to Huddersfield, who are an superb club and have experienced an remarkable period getting in the Premier League, however we’ve worked very hard at this soccer club over the decades we’ve been here.
“Our club is at a great place, therefore for us to look at moving our families and ourselves out of this club it would have to be the perfect chance.”
Cowley had confessed to holding discussions with Huddersfield over the empty position, but dismissed speculation he was going to carry over as Sheffield Wednesday supervisor, prior to Garry Monk’s recent consultation at Hillsborough.
After handling 176 matches for Lincoln, overseeing the club’s promotion in back he is set to leave Sincil Bank.
The former Imps boss also directed his team into the quarter-finals of this FA Cup in the 2016/17 effort when Lincoln were still in the National League, defeating Burnley, Ipswich and Brighton at the procedure.
Cowley’s side were crowned League Two winners last term, winning the division by a margin.
His first game in charge will probably be against Sheffield Wednesday in the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday, live on Sky Sports Football from 11.30am; kick-off 12pm.
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