Sheffield news Koroma soars while Holmes struggles: Huddersfield Town 2020/21 player ratings PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - We've handed out our marks out of ten for each and every Terriers player to make at least four appearances for Carlos Corberan's side in an up and down campaign

Sheffield news Koroma soars while Holmes struggles: Huddersfield Town 2020/21 player ratings PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - We've handed out our marks out of ten for each and every Terriers player to make at least four appearances for Carlos Corberan's side in an up and down campaign

Sheffield news  Koroma soars while Holmes struggles: Huddersfield Town 2020/21 player ratings PremierLeague-News.Com
16 May 2021 - 05:17

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Ryan Schofield (30 apps, 2,655 mins): Displaced Ben Hamer on merit midway through the season and played a crucial role in several games, most notably at home to Watford and Blackburn and away to QPR. When he’s good you don’t worry about him, but his confidence seems to get knocked sometimes which leads to some bad streaks. A good breakthrough season in the grander scheme but that has put him in a position where he needs to be held to the standards of a first-teamer now. 5 Ben Hamer (17 apps, 1,485 mins): One of the big pleasant surprises of the first half of the season as he came back from his season out on loan at Derby and emerged as one of Huddersfield Town’s key players. A shame to see him go in the end. 7 Naby Sarr (41 apps, 3,641 mins): Veers from sturdy and reliable to serious liability. He’s got a better handle on that as the season has worn on but you still clench up when he has the ball on the edge of his own box. Stop us doing that and he gets a better mark next year. 6 Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now Richard Keogh (21 apps, 1,820 mins): Has done better than we expected and consequently ended up playing far more minutes than we expected he would. They need an upgrade next season but that’s not his fault. 6 Rarmani Edmonds-Green (24 apps, 1,473 mins): We have high hopes for the centre-back and – Bournemouth aside – he was fabulous after breaking through as a regular starter in December but didn’t reach that same level after his January injury. 6 Richard Stearman (21 apps, 1,250 mins): One of Town’s best players over the first two months of the season – that mistake at home to Norwich on the opening day aside. Couldn’t displace Richard Keogh after returning from injury but generally did well when he did – again, other than against Norwich. 6.5 Christopher Schindler (13 apps, 848 mins): By his own admission not the ending he wanted to his Town career. Started the season in indifferent form, other than a brilliant performance at Swansea, and found himself behind Stearman in the pecking order for a while. 5.5 Read More Related Articles Huddersfield Town Player of the Year 2020/21 - cast your vote Read More Related Articles Huddersfield Town's forgotten man and what happens next after retained list confirmed Romoney Crichlow (6 apps, 423 mins): Had an eye-catching outing against Nottingham Forest as injuries struck early in the season and did well away to Watford in January, but not played since then. A capable back-up option. 6 Pipa (37 apps, 3,043 mins): Burst onto the scene straight away with a man-of-the-match performance against Norwich and maintained that form through to about Christmas, but has struggled in the second half of the season – even before his groin injury hit. Still a positive debut season in English football overall, and hopefully the summer break will do him some good. 6.5 Harry Toffolo (32 apps, 2,766 mins): When he’s been fully fit he’s rarely fallen below a 6/10 in any game and started the season clocking up 7s and 8s more often than not. Town missed him a lot during that two-month absence and he clearly still wasn’t quite right after his return, so we’re not going to mark him down for those appearances. 7.5 Aaron Rowe (22 apps, 1,168 mins): An absolute joy to watch when he’s on form, as at home to Swansea and away to Forest. He’s shown he can cut it at this level, but needs to find more consistency. 6 Demeaco Duhaney (14 apps, 739 mins): Perhaps the harshest of the releases in the end-of-season retained list, but an understandable one nonetheless. All season he’s looked like he needs regular minutes somewhere; hopefully he’ll get them now. 5 Read More Related Articles Three Lewis O'Brien replacements for Huddersfield Town amid Newcastle United and Norwich links Read More Related Articles Carlos Corberan has a five-step Huddersfield Town blueprint to restore faith among fans Jaden Brown (14 apps, 312 mins): A year to forget for the left-back as he was consistently left out even when Toffolo was out injured and Brown was fit. Needs to put it behind him and make a fresh start after his release. 3 Lewis O'Brien (42 apps, 3,512 mins): Fine but unspectacular for a few months after returning from a quad injury that cost him a proper pre-season and the first few games of the campaign. Has been season far and away Town’s best player since the end of January – even better than he was in his player-of-the-season debut season for the club last year. We’re balancing out a 6/10 for the first half of the season with a 9/10 for the latter half. 8 Juninho Bacuna (44 apps, 3,414 mins): There are people who think we have some kind of agenda against Bacuna, and it’s not that we think he’s a bad player – we just find him frustrating because he so clearly has talent but gets in his own way. Despite our complaints we have to acknowledge he has contributed and had especially good runs in December and March – but the rest of the time he’s been pretty dreadful.

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.5 Jonathan Hogg (38 apps, 3,173 mins): For our money, Town’s player of the year. He’s not been the best player on the pitch on many occasions, but he has consistently been better than the majority of his teammates and hasn’t once had an extended bad spell. 8.5 Carel Eiting (Image: CameraSport - Alex Dodd) Carel Eiting (23 apps, 1,560 mins): Took a little while to get fully up to speed before we saw him at his best in late November-early December. Had dipped again even before his injury – perhaps not a coincidence – but returned in April to show the quality Town had been missing in his absence even if that was mostly from the bench. 6 Duane Holmes (19 apps, 1,249 mins): Has struggled to get going since his return to the John Smith's Stadium in January. Regular readers will know we don’t especially think that’s his fault – he’s been moved around the pitch so much it’s been next to impossible for him to put together any kind of form – but that sympathy only extends so far and we need see better out of him in the new season. 4.5 Alex Vallejo (17 apps, 1,118 mins): One of the few shining lights of a horrible second half of the season. Really looking forward to hopefully seeing him more regularly from the start of next season. 7 Alex Pritchard (19 apps, 746 mins): Yet another season to forget for Pritchard, who is now free to go and try and re-start his career elsewhere.3 Read More Related Articles Alex Pritchard faces uncertain future as transfer links swirl after Huddersfield Town exit Read More Related Articles Huddersfield Town's ambitions, Premier League loans and defensive trouble: Five conclusions Scott High (14 apps, 301 mins): Hard to judge him properly on a load of 15-20 substitute appearances, but it’s encouraging that he hasn’t really looked out of place on those outings. 5.5 Isaac Mbenza (37 apps, 2,367 mins): Was one of the Championship’s leading players for assists around the season’s midway point. Trailed off badly after mid-January but has still exceeded our wildest expectations overall. 7 Josh Koroma (21 apps, 1,715 mins): Who knows what might have been if he had stayed not picked up that injury? The unquestionable breakout star and the great hope for next season, too. 9 Adama Diakhaby (17 apps, 648 mins): 17 appearances! Can you believe it? 3.5 Yorkshire Football App - Town Yorkshire Live has launched a new dedicated football app to bring you the one stop shop for all Huddersfield Town news. Football Yorkshire brings you the latest transfer developments, live match coverage, injury updates and all the daily news from the John Smith's Stadium. You can customise the app to your own preferences and stay across everything you need to know, while joining the debate with Town fans in our comments section. Download the app by clicking here Rolando Aarons (11 apps, 517 mins): We’ve never seen him at full speed as he picked up an injury just as he was starting to get up to match sharpness after a year on the sidelines. Has had a couple of games to offer tentative encouragement – away to Bristol and Luton, especially – but is another who could benefit strongly from a summer on the training pitch. 5.5 Sorba Thomas (7 apps, 171 mins): Considering the club were thinking of sending him out on loan when he first arrived, he’s done well. Seems to have the right attitude to succeed and could be one to watch next season. 5.5 Fraizer Campbell (40 apps, 2,982 mins): Hugely selfless, which is not always what Town need from their number 9 – but that’s not his fault. Never gives less than one hundred percent and merits the new contract he got…as long as he’s not required to play as much again next season. 7 Danny Ward (20 apps, 795 mins): Managed just six league starts in an injury-hit season and didn’t look convincing until the very end of the season (as much as we know you’d disagree even on that). Needs to put it behind him and come back stronger next season. 4 Yaya Sanogo (9 apps, 482 mins): Offered little in attack, but his signing was much more to do with giving Town another way to play that would stop them getting into trouble as often. In that regard, he was a success: the rate at which Town conceded dropped dramatically whenever Sanogo was on the pitch as they shipped just four goals in his 482 minutes. 6 Kieran Phillips (11 apps, 285 mins): Worked hard to try and make an impression and looks to have put his injury problems behind him, which represents excellent progress. Looks ready for a loan spell next season. 5.5 Read More Related Articles Huddersfield Town hold the aces on Harry Toffolo amid transfer link to Danny Cowley's Portsmouth Read More Related Articles Lewis O'Brien goes, next Emile Smith Rowe arrives - Huddersfield Town transfer window scenarios

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