Sheffield news Huddersfield Town to face strong managerial line up in Championship battle PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - There are plenty of seasoned campaigners in the Championship dugouts next season

Sheffield news Huddersfield Town to face strong managerial line up in Championship battle PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - There are plenty of seasoned campaigners in the Championship dugouts next season

Sheffield news  Huddersfield Town to face strong managerial line up in Championship battle PremierLeague-News.Com
20 June 2022 - 05:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! The upcoming Championship season promises to be an exciting one, with the new campaign already hurtling down the track. Huddersfield Town suffered a heartbreaking 1-0 Wembley defeat against Nottingham Forest in the Championship play-off final last season, which saw them miss out on a chance to jump back to the Premier League. Carlos Corberan's side produced a magnificent campaign which saw the Spaniard guide the Terriers to a third placed finish. They won their semi-final tie against Luton Town to set up a final against Forest. However, their loss to Forest means it's another season in the second tier for Corberan and the Terriers. And with that in mind, YorkshireLive takes a look at all the managers set to face off against Huddersfield and Corberan next season. Top level campaigner:Chris Wilder (Middlesbrough), Paul Heckingbottom (Sheffield United), Alex Neil (Sunderland), Steve Bruce (West Bromwich Albion), Dean Smith (Norwich), Nigel Pearson (Bristol City) There are plenty of seasoned Championship campaigners in the 2022/23 cohort of managers. Dean Smith drops down from the Premier League with Norwich, while Chris Wilder and Steve Bruce have both managed in the top flight recently with Sheffield United and Newcastle United respectively. Given their impressive 2017/18 and 2020/21 seasons, Smith and Norwich are the favourites to secure top spot in the table come May next year. READ MORE: Every Championship transfer completed by Huddersfield Town's rivals so far Wilder and Middlesbrough will hope they can break into the play-offs after narrowly missing out last season, while Bruce and the Baggies need to produce a much better campaign than their last one which saw them finish 10th. Likewise, Nigel Pearson, who helped Leicester earn promotion to the Premier League in 2014, will also be hoping for a better campaign with Bristol City, who finished last season in 17th place. Paul Heckingbottom and Sheffield United will be looking to put their play-off heartbreak aside next season. The Blades narrowly missed out on a place at Wembley for the Championship play-off final after they lost on penalties in the semi-final to Nottingham Forest. And finally Alex Neil returns to the Championship with Sunderland following their 2-0 League One play-off final win over Wycombe Wanderers.

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. Experienced Championship campaigner:Mark Robins (Coventry City), Paul Warne (Rotherham United), Gary Rowett (Millwall), Nathan Jones (Luton Town), Michael O'Neill (Stoke City) Nathan Jones was perhaps the standout manager in the Championship last season. Jones guided Luton Town to an incredible sixth placed finish last time out, in what was one of the finest managerial performances the Championship has ever seen. Gary Rowett and Michael O'Neill are in charge at Millwall and Stoke City after finishing ninth and 14th respectively. Millwall finished last season as one of the form teams in the Championship, with Rowett and co losing just three of their final 17 games, winning nine of them. Similarly, Stoke ended their season strongly too, winning six of their final nine contests. Mark Robins and Coventry started off as one of the stories of the Championship season last term, but their red hot start eventually petered out. The Sky Blues were in the play-off places from match day six through to match day 20, but their second half of the season saw them drop-off due inconsistent performances. Paul Warne returns to the Championship with Rotherham United too after he guided the Millers back to the second tier of English football at the first time of asking. Warne has managed Rotherham in the Championship twice prior during the 2018/19 and 2020/21 seasons, both of which saw the Millers relegated. Championship wildcards/relatively new:Shota Arveladze (Hull City), Ryan Lowe (Preston North End), Vincent Kompany (Burnley), Jon Dahl Tomasson (Blackburn Rovers) Russell Martin (Swansea City), Leam Richardson (Wigan Athletic), Lee Bowyer (Birmingham City), Steve Morison (Cardiff City), Paul Ince (Reading), Rob Edwards (Watford), Michael Beale (QPR), Michael Appleton (Blackpool) While Shota Arveladze, Ryan Lowe, Russell Martin, Lee Bowyer, Paul Ince and Steve Morison are all still in charge at their respective clubs there are a host of new names in the Championship this season. Two new appointments will see Vincent Kompany and Jon Dahl Tomasson to do battle in Lancashire as the managers of Burnley and Blackburn Rovers, while Rob Edwards has been tasked with guiding Watford back to the Premier League after he left Forest Green Rovers. Michael Beale has taken over from Mark Warburton at QPR while Michael Appleton has replaced Neil Critchley at Blackpool after the latter left to join Steven Gerrard at Aston Villa. Leam Richardson is the man in charge of newly promoted Wigan. Read More Related Articles Matthew Sorinola profiled as Huddersfield Town linked with highly-rated full-back Read More Related Articles Huddersfield Town's Josh Ruffels asks girlfriend Lauren Jane Singleton to marry him with huge engagement ring

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