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MetiNews.Com - Sense of anticipation for when fans are back in John Smith's Stadium
Breaking News ! New head coach Carlos Corberan says there's a real sense of anticipation about starting his work at Huddersfield Town. It's not just launching a new project for the club when the players return for pre-season training on August 10, ready to prove themselves for Championship combat in September. But the 37-year-old Spaniard admits he can't wait to play in a packed John Smith's Stadium when the blue and white faithful are finally allowed back in to watch. That experience may have to wait as Test sports events with spectators in attendance will now not take place in the first two weeks of this month, as announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson. A two-day county cricket friendly between Surrey and Middlesex took place with spectators watching earlier this week, but for the present, it appears that will be as far as it goes in a tightening of restrictions to limit the spread of coronavirus. Read More Related Articles Jon Stead has Huddersfield Town Jordan Sinnott cut-out for Wembley debut Read More Related Articles From Bockhorn to Smith Rowe: Huddersfield Town fans give transfer ratings The World Snooker Championship started on Friday with fans in attendance, with further spectators due for the rest of the 17-day event. Around 5,000 racegoers had been due to attend the Glorious Goodwood Festival on Saturday. “Pilots of crowds at sports events will now not take place,” the Prime Minister said. It is understood Premier League clubs had been hoping to admit supporters at pre-season friendlies next month on a socially-distanced basis. Huddersfield Town latest Vote for your Town Player of the Season "Robust and detailed" transfer plan Where Corberan fits into academy changes Big Terriers fan survey - have your say The full re-admittance of fans, unfortunately, now seems even further away - so Town and Corberan may have a wait on their hands as far as Championship games are concerned.
. "I feel the English atmosphere is always amazing," Corberan told www.htafc.com. "It’s always special and I think in this Stadium we can build something together, something special together because when I was here, I felt the full support of the fans with their team. "I feel this crowd keep with the team until the end and that’s something very positive that we will try to receive from our people by giving the best to them." Corberan was on the touchline with Leeds at the John Smith's in December. “I have a very positive remembrance of the atmosphere here in Huddersfield,” he recalled. “In the game that we played with Leeds, I remember as Leeds coaches we suffered a little bit because Huddersfield made us feel like they had the desire to win this game. “All I could feel was the crowd, it was very clear with the supporters, they were supporting the team.”
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