Terriers turn to ex Leeds boss; FOOTBALL.
Simon Grayson Simon Nicholas Grayson (born 16 December 1969 in Ripon, North Yorkshire) is an English former footballer and now a manager. Throughout his playing career he primarily operated on the right side of defence however, he was also utilised in midfield. as their new manager on a three-anda-half-year deal.
The 42-year-old was dismissed as Leeds boss on February 1 but has made a quick return to the dug-out, following Lee Clark's sacking by the League One club last week.
Grayson, who led Leeds and Blackpool to promotion from League One, will take his Elland Road backroom back·room
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2. The meeting place used by an inconspicuous controlling group.
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The Terriers are seven points adrift of second-placed Sheffield United and chairman Dean Hoyle said: "I believe we are still in a position to challenge for automatic promotion and Simon has a proven track record of success in this division."