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Terriers want Morrison deal

Huddersfield assistant manager Glynn Snodin has admitted the Terriers are desperate to sign Sean Morrison again.

Morrison is currently back with his parent club Reading after a very successful loan spell with Simon Grayson's side, aiding them to play-off glory. Following the Royals' promotion to the Premier League, it is a likely outcome that the former Swindon defender will be exit the Royals, either on loan or on a permanent deal.

When speaking to the Huddersfield Examiner, Snodin said: "Sean has made it clear he loves it here and would like to play for us in the Championship and we certainly love him, so we`ll see what happens. In the first instance it`s very much down to what Brian McDermott, the Reading manager, wants to do.'

"Does he want to keep Sean for the top-flight campaign, does he want to sell him or is he prepared to loan him out again? Until we know the answer to those questions then we can`t really progress anything, but we know Brian very well, he is a smashing fellow and we know there won`t be any problems, he will just let us know honestly exactly where he stands."


The 21-year old played 19 games for the Terriers, scoring one goal in the process. Some sources have even stated that Morrison could be used in an part-exchange deal for Huddersfield goal machine Jordan Rhodes, who Brian McDermott is a keen admirer of.

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Writer: Josh  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday June 9 2012

Time: 2:00PM

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Dont know where the words "desperate to sign Sean Morrison again"come from,but I for one would like to see Sean Morrison at the Galpharm for at least another season.
deano deano deano
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09/06/2012 15:38:00

Probably exaggerated that a lot but certainly would be keen to sign him again.
Y19-Royal
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09/06/2012 16:29:00

We'll see how it goes.This publicity will have allerted other clubs,but what will be,will be!
deano deano deano
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10/06/2012 17:16:00

 

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