Page opens new chapter at Terriers
Former Watford club captain and all round good egg Robert Page has made a switch from Coventry to Huddersfield after being frozen out at the Ricoh Arena.
The ex Hornets defender - who led the club to success in the 1999 Play Off Final victory and played over 250 games for Watford - has joined up with the Andy Ritchie`s Terriers in Division 2 after failing to register a single league appearance for the Sky Blues so far this season.
33 year old Page is no stranger to the north having had a spell at Sheffield United and the former Welsh international centre half makes the journey to the Galpharm Stadium with plenty of experience tucked safely in his back pocket.
Here`s to 400 league games and counting then Pagey.
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