Date: 18th June 2009 at 5:28pm
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The Sky Blues have agreed a deal with Huddersfield Town to sell forward Robbie Simpson, with the player shaking hands on a move to the Galpharm Stadium.

Now 24, Simpson spent two seasons with Coventry and made a positive impression on fans with his bustling displays.

Former club Cambridge United will also benefit from the move, which was made for an undisclosed fee, having inserted a sell-on clause into the original deal.

Huddersfield boss Lee Clark told the official Town website: ‘I’m absolutely thrilled to have Robbie Simpson moving to the club.

‘He is a young, hungry player who wants to get better and that is exactly what I want.’

 

3 Replies to “City striker completes Huddersfield switch”

  • it is a shame to see him go as he was Mr 100% whenever he was given the chance-good luck to him as he will succeed.

  • he gives everything on the pitch but at the Ricoh he did not have a decent run in the team which was a shame. He will do well in Yorkshire.

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