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Paul Crichton Leaves Town

Goalkeeping coach Paul Crichton has parted ways with Huddersfield Town.

Crichton departed the Terriers ahead of the Championship trip to Watford, where Alex Smithies made two key saves in the first half, and was unlucky not to have kept a clean sheet having seen Deeney smash home a penalty in the dying seconds.

Academy Goalkeeping coach Nick Colgan took Crichton's match day role this afternoon.

Crichton had been with Huddersfield Town since July 2012 and he leaves with everyone's best wishes.



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Date:Saturday May 3 2014

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