Date: 8th November 2012 at 5:40pm
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SIMON CHURCH has joined Huddersfield Town on an initial one month emergency loan deal from Premier League Reading.

The 23-year-old will remian with the Terriers until December 8th inclusive.

Church is available for Saturday’s trip to Barnsley, if reports are true he snubbed Barnsley to join Town, and will train with the squad today and Friday.

Town have been tracking Church since promotion at Wembley but Reading gaffer Brian McDermott had resisted all approaches, until now.

Church is out of contract in the summer, and should this loan spell go well, then he could earn himself a longer stay that a month at Town.

Church who has been a professional with the Royals since 2007, has featured in 106 matches scoring 21 goals.

He made his first team bow for Reading in May 2009. The striker has had previous loan spells with Crewe, Yeovil, Wycombe and Leyton Orient.

 

One Reply to “Terriers go to Church”

  • I feel that it’s a good move for Church. As a Reading fan, it would be great to see Chruch getting a good run of football – something he hasn’t got at Reading. While he has pitched in with goals, he hasn’t show the quality required to get into our match day squad – this is most likely due to not receiving the run of matches he has needed. I hope he does well at your club and helps you continue with your promotion push.

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