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Huddersfield Confirm 2017/18 25 Man Squad

Huddersfield Confirm 2017/18 25 Man Squad

Yesterday, the Premier League confirmed the summer edition of Huddersfield Town's 25 man squad.

With the transfer window closing at 11pm on Thursday evening, clubs had to get the revised numbers in quickly and by a deadline of 4pm yesterday and here is the player list that Huddersfield submitted for the coming half a season.

As ever, the details.

A 25 man squad cannot contain more than 17 players who do not fulfil the home grown requirement of the Premier League, and once those 17 non home grown players have been named, the remainder of the squad must be a player who, irrespective of age or nationality, has been registered with a club affiliated to the Football Association or Football Association of Wales for a period of (continuous or not) of three seasons or 36 months prior to the their 21st birthday.

No changes can be made to this 25 man squad now until the January window, but players classed as Under 21 for this season do not have to be named, but can come into contention for Premier League games if required.

Full 25 man squad list - (*=Home grown):

Coleman, Joel*
Cranie, Martin James*
Depoitre, Laurent
Green, Robert Paul*
Hadergjonaj, Florent
Hefele, Michael Martin
Hogg, Jonathan*
Ince, Thomas*
Jorgensen, Mathias
Kachunga, Elias
Lolley, Joseph*
Lossl, Jonas
Lowe, Chris Jorg
Malone, Scott Liam*
Mooy, Aaron Frank*
Mounie, Steve
Quaner, Collin
Schindler, Christopher Wolfgang Georg August
Smith, Thomas George*
Van La Parra, Rajiv
Whitehead, Dean*
Williams, Daniel Charles

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars):

Billing, Philip Anyanwu
Booty, Regan Jak
Boyle, Jack Alfie Andrew
Carvalho, Denilson Almeida Leonel
Cogill, Dylan Joseph
Colville, Luca Robert
Crichlow-Noble, Romoney
Dalling, Deshane
Daly, Matthew Paul
Danaher, George Charles
Dyson, Oliver Jason Lee
Edmonds-Green, Rarmani River Miguel Joseph
Eli, Jordan James Raphael
Gibson, Samuel Joseph
Gorenc Stankovic, Jon
High, Scott John
Horsfall, Fraser Matthew
Jackson, Ben Joseph
Kane, Danny
Marriott, Isaac William
Mewitt, Luke Edward
Mills, Benjamin Peter
Milovanovic, Saul
O'Brien, Lewis John
O'Malley, Mason Lewis
Obiero, Micah Obonyo Dulo
Palmer, Kasey Remel
Pyke, Rekiel Leshaun
Raymond, Dahomey Asher
Ryan, Tadhg Ryan
Sabiri, Abdelhamid
Schofield, Ryan James
Scott, Cedwyn
Taylor, Cameron Gerrard
Tear, Darren Dominic
Thomas, Jordan James Chattenton
Thompson, Oran James
Williams, Jordan Lee

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Saturday September 2 2017
Time: 9:00AM

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