Danny Cowley describes Huddersfield as ‘perfect opportunity’
Danny Cowley says Huddersfield represents the”perfect opportunity” for his second step in direction and insists the”easy” option will have been to stay at Lincoln.
The 40-year-old signed an bargain together with his brother along with manager Nicky in the John Smith’s Stadium to replace former head coach Jan Siewert in the Championship club Monday.
Cowley led Lincoln and will bid to detain Huddersfield form, with the Terriers second from bottom in the league following one point from six matches.
“You take a look at the present standing in the Championship and esteem that it has been a really difficult time for the football club but actually excites me as we like a challenge,” said Cowley.
“We always believed that the next move would have to be the ideal opportunity and we view this as being the perfect opportunity. We feel we could add value here.
“The opportunity to function as managers instead of head coach is very important to us because that’s the way we’ve always functioned. It’s always about creating.”
Huddersfield, who have been relegated from the Premier League last year, have not won 17 matches in all competitions and have been conquered by Lincoln at Carabao Cup last month.
Cowley initially turned down the opportunity to talk to Huddersfield about the vacancy but afterwards took the task because of the assurance the brothers could have a part in shaping the club’s development.
“I consider the job in front of us and can not wait to begin,” Cowley added.
“We are interested in being challenged. I would like to live everyday life. The safer option will have been to stay a team we felt a connection with and loved, at Lincoln.
“It would have been a good deal simpler to stay but we aren’t interested in simple decisions. We want to test ourselves.”
Cowley will begin his Huddersfield tenure against Sheffield Wednesday, who will have Gary Monk from the dugout for the first time, on Sunday – live on Sky Sports.
“The short-term objectives are to find a way to play winning football but also for us it has got to become a long-term job,” Cowley said.
“Winning on Saturday is not enough for me. It is all about winning on winning. We’re clear about the vision to Huddersfield Town. We all know where we would like to go.”
Cowley added that his brother along with he very much come as a couple, with worked together earlier Lincoln at Braintree and Concord.
“We are utilised to operating together,” he said. “We have lived our lives into each others’ pockets. We are personalities but are motivated about the processes. Above all we have trust.”
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