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Danny Williams released by Huddersfield Town

Danny Williams’ tenure with Huddersfield Town is over.

The club announced that Williams was one of five players released on Friday. Williams, 30, played a major role in Huddersfield Town remaining a Premier League side in 2018-19 but injuries hampered him this past season, as the Terriers could not avoid relegation.

Williams made only six appearances this season for the Terriers, with one coming in the EFL Cup. The German-American midfielder joined Huddersfield Town from Reading in 2017 and totaled 28 total appearances for the club.

Now a free agent, Williams can sign with any team he chooses. It is unsure if Williams will remain in the Premier League or join up with a second-tier side in England to earn consistent minutes.

Williams is also known for making his U.S. Men’s National Team debut in 2011, back under former head coach Jurgen Klinsmann.



  1. So disappointing that DW has been snake-bit by injuries. He looked like he would be a very good player doing the dirty work for club and country.

  2. With his history of injuries may be hard for him to sing onto the type of team he’d want. If one of the newly promoted sides don’t make a run at him I would not be surprised to see him move to MLS this summer. He’d be able to get a decent salary, be able to show he’s back healthy & capable. From summer window to the end of the MLS season would be about a 16 game commitment, that could pay dividends in the winter window if he shows well.

  3. He’s also known for dropping trou on live TV as Wagner walked by. You must own the good And the bad.


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