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Danny Cowley has agreed to take over at manager-less Huddersfield after shining at Lincoln

Danny Cowley ‘agrees to become Huddersfield’s new manager’ after making a name for himself at Lincoln

  • Danny Cowley appears on the brink of taking over at manager-less Huddersfield
  • Danny would move to Championship side Huddersfield alongside brother Nicky 
  • The pair have endured plenty of success since taking over at Lincoln in 2016 
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Lincoln boss Danny Cowley is set to take over at manager-less Championship side Huddersfield, according to reports.

Danny, who had been heavily linked with the Sheffield Wednesday job, has impressed at Lincoln, taking them from the National League to League One after joining them in 2016.

The 40-year-old, alongside his brother and assistant manager Nicky, also helped Lincoln become the first non-League club to reach the quarter-finals of the FA Cup for 103 years.

Danny Cowley has agreed to take over at manager-less Huddersfield after shining at Lincoln

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Danny Cowley has agreed to take over at manager-less Huddersfield after shining at Lincoln

And his hugely impressive job at Sincil Bank has led him to interest from the top leagues, with the Mirror reporting he has now agreed to become Huddersfield’s new manager.

Danny would move to Huddersfield – relegated from the Premier League last season – with his brother Nicky, who has played a key role in Lincoln’s success.

Danny had turned down offers from West Brom and Hull earlier in the summer and has previously been linked with Barnsley and Ipswich.

More to follow… 

Danny and Nicky have had plenty of success at Lincoln, notably winning League Two last term

Danny and Nicky have had plenty of success at Lincoln, notably winning League Two last term

Danny and Nicky have had plenty of success at Lincoln, notably winning League Two last term

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