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Huddersfield Town are on the lookout for a new manager following a recent announcement that Neil Warnock is set to leave the Terriers after 24 matches during the 74-year-old’s second spell at the club.

When Warnock took over at Huddersfield on 16th February, the Terriers looked like certainties to be relegated from the Championship, however, the ex-Cardiff City coach managed to guide them to safety despite being seven points adrift of safety at one point in March. Warnock has since revealed that he has not officially retired from management.

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Last updated 20/07/2024

Darren Moore

Former Sheffield Wednesday coach Darren Moore has reportedly entered the running to become Huddersfield’s next manager.

The 49-year-old memorably managed to guide the Owls to promotion via the League One play-offs last season and has tended to do a decent job at every club he has managed so far.

Moore initially started off as manager of West Bromwich Albion and came close to pulling off what would’ve arguably been the greatest Premier League survival of all time with the Baggies having gone unbeaten in his first month as a manager in April 2018, culminating in the Jamaican winning the Manager of the Month award. The ex-West Brom defender managed the Baggies 48 times, winning 23 and drawing 13, ending up with a win percentage of 47.9%.

In between his spells at West Brom and Wednesday, Moore also managed Doncaster Rovers in League One between July 2019 and March 2021, taking charge of Donny 78 times, winning 35 and drawing 15, equating to a respectable win percentage of 44.9% before being acquired by the Owls.

Nathan Jones

Nathan Jones has emerged as one of the main contenders for the vacancy at the John Smith’s Stadium, following his bizarre spell at Southampton.

The Welchman’s coaching career began at Brighton in 2013, serving as an assistant manager to the likes of Oscar Garcia, Sami Hyypia and Chris Hughton.

As a manager, Jones’ main success was with Luton Town, having earned promotion from League Two with the Hatters in 2016/17 via a second-place finish. The 49-year-old also laid down the foundations for Luton in 2018/19, leaving them second in League One in January before taking the Stoke City job where he won just six of his 38 games in charge.

Jones made a shock return to Luton and turned their Championship fortunes on their head, having helped them survive from what looked like an impossible situation towards the end of 2019/20 season, before overseeing their qualification for the play-offs last season.

The Welshman will be keen to bounce back having lost his job at Southampton on 12th February, perhaps building a project like that of Huddersfield would be an interesting prospect for the 49-year-old.

Leam Richardson

Could Leam Richardson become the Terriers' next manager having been linked to them in the past?

The 43-year-old was sacked by Wigan earlier on back in November 2022 and had done a good job at the DW Stadium, having saved the club from relegation in League One during 2020/21 following financial troubles, before getting the Latics promoted to the Championship last season as they won the league title.

But, following a run of six losses in seven games this season, which saw Wigan sit in the Championship’s relegation zone, Richardson was sacked to the disappointment of many Wigan fans. Richardson ended his time at the Latics with 49 wins and 30 draws from 117 matches across all competitions, equating to a 42% win rate.

Chris Wilder

Chris Wilder was the favourite for the vacancy at Huddersfield at one point last season, with the 55-year-old being currently out of management since his departure from Watford in May after winning just three of his 11 matches in charge of the Hornets.

Prior to this, Wilder was manager of Middlesbrough where he won 18 of his 45 matches in charge at the Riverside Stadium with his record being significantly worsened following a run of two wins in his last 11 matches which left the Teesiders in the relegation zone. However, despite this setback, Wilder will be fondly remembered for times at other clubs he has managed.

Notably, Wilder took Sheffield United to the Premier League via finishing as runner-up in the Championship during the 2018/19 season, this was after winning League One with the Blades in 2016/17. On top of this, he has also managed promotions with the likes of Alfreton Town, Oxford United and Northampton Town.