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Huddersfield Striker To Reunite With Lee Clark

Huddersfield Striker To Reunite With Lee Clark

Huddersfield Town striker Lee Novak has agreed to join Birmingham City on a three-year contract.

The 24-year-old is well known by manager Lee Clark from when he was in charge at Huddersfield and the signing is a good one for City.

The striker has made 108 appearances for the Terriers and managed to bag 48 goals and Clark expects that good run to continue because of the players work rate.

Clark told reporters: 'Lee's looking to progress and coming to Birmingham is another progression in his career.

'Our crowd will take to him because they'll see the work ethic of the player. They'll see everything that he gives and he'll quickly establish himself as a popular player with the fans.'

Quote from Wikipedia.

On signing Novak in January 2009, Huddersfield manager Lee Clark said that '...he has good awareness and he brings other people into the game. He has a fantastic work ethic... having talked with him he is the type of character that wants to learn and become a better player.



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Writer:Foxxy
Date:Wednesday May 22 2013
Time: 3:14PM

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Could be a good signing, but you have to remember that he was farmed out to Gateshead for a loan spell, you dont get that happening to top players
Dirk_Diggler
22/05/2013 15:23:00
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he was signed from Gateshead, terms of deal meant we had to loan him back. He is a work horse and always gives 110% you will love him. Misses some sitters and cant cross for toffee but 110% every game and a whole lot of heart & desire plus does rack up a fair few assists which never gets noted in the stats f games & goals for a striker. - Vital Huddersfield
Terrier24
22/05/2013 18:27:00
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Thanks Terrier, sounds like a player that earns his money.
Chrisblues
28/05/2013 11:14:00
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