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OWN A PIECE OF HUDDERSFIELD TOWN HISTORY AND RAISE MONEY FOR TWO GREAT CAUSES

The contemporary painting captures a moment in time as legendary manager Neil Warnock quietly celebrated Huddersfield Town’s ‘great escape.’

Relegation from the Championship seemed a certainty last season when Warnock arrived yet he turned near disaster into a triumph.

Now an iconic image of Warnock heading back to the changing rooms inside the John Smith’s Stadium has been turned into a stunning work of art by Royal artist Richard Gower.

Commissioned by former Huddersfield Town chairman Prof Graham Leslie CBE, one of the driving forces behind the creation of the John Smith’s Stadium, a limited number of prints are now on sale to raise money for the Huddersfield Town Foundation and the Leslie Sports Foundation.



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